Jakarta Investment and One-Stop Integrated Service (PMPTSP) Department to intensify door-to-door services, especially in public spaces. Such as in shopping centers, offices, parks, RPTRAs, hospitals, stations, schools, and others.
" We want to continue facilitating residents to get permit and non-permit documents"
"We want to continue facilitating residents to get permit and non-permit documents," said Benny Agus Chandra, PMPTSP Department Head, Friday (3/1).
This year, his side is targeted to hold 300 door-to-door services in public spaces. This amount is increased significantly from last year's realization as many as 126 services.
"Door-to-door service held in public spaces is developed from PTSP Goes to Mall concept," he added.
His side plans to invite other service units both from government, Regional-Owned Enterprises (BUMD), State-Owned Enterprises (BUMN), and private companies in this door-to-door services.
"We want to continue building synergy between government, private sides, and residents. Thus we can build Jakarta people's trust in public services," he conveyed.