The Jakarta Social Agency (Dinsos) has extended the data collection and updating the Integrated Data for Social Welfare (DTKS) on a database of poor and vulnerable families (DT FMOTM) until July 2.
The traffic was very high. Hence, we feel the need to give additional time for registration which was previously until June 25, extended until July 2
Jakarta Dinsos Head, Premi Lasari said it was done, because of the high number of registrants who access through the site fmotm.jakarta.go.id.
"The traffic was very high. Hence, we feel the need to give additional time for registration which was previously until June 25, extended until July 2," she expressed, Tuesday (6/28).
She added it was also taken as direct registration to urban village offices according to domicile was limited due to the implementation of PPKM Mikro and the high number of Covid-19 cases in Jakarta.
"Residents can read information on the DT FMOTM registration flow and check whether they are registered or not in DTKS via pp-pusdatin-dinsos.jakarta.go.id or call center at 021-22684824," she explained.
She explained there were 419,086 residents who registered as FMOTM. On average, there were 20,000 registrants every day.
"This DTKS will later be used as the basis for providing assistance programs in Jakarta, such as Jakarta Elderly Card (KLJ), Jakarta Disability Card (KPDJ), Jakarta Child Card (KAJ), Jakarta Smart Card Plus (KJP Plus), Jakarta Outstanding Student Card (KJMU), Family Hope Program (PKH), Non-cash Food Assistance Program (BPNT), and other assistance programs," she explained.
As for the information, FMOTM criterion is not intended for one member of the household who is a permanent employee of BUMN/PNS/army/police/DPR/DPRD members, owns a car, owns land/land and buildings (with NJOP above Rp 1 billion), water sources the main water used for drinking is branded bottled water (not including refilled water), and is deemed not poor by the local community.