English to Indonesian: Training Manual of Most Significant Change (MSC) Technique
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Translation - Indonesian Pelepasan Tanggung Jawab Umum
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Indonesian to English: Notes on Transportation issues on Indonesian Newspapers
Source text - Indonesian MASUKAN UNTUK DIPERHATIKAN
Catatan, 19, 21, 22 dan 23 April 2008
Mencermati isi pemberitaan media massa dalam empat hari terakhir (tanggal 19, 21, 22, dan 23 April, ada tiga isu yang dapat disimpulkan terkait dengan tugas ITDP dalam memberikan asistensi kepada Pemda DKI Jakarta dalam perbaikan kinerja Busway Transjakarta, yaitu masalah:
5. Persepsi publik terhadap program sterilisasi jalur busway
1. Tentang tarif. Proses negosiasi antara Pemprov dengan Konsursium diperkirakan akan berjalan alot dan akan berakhir deadlock, karena masing-masing berpegang pada prinsip yang berbeda. Pemprov berpegang pada hasil tender, sedangkan konsorsium berpegang pada pembayaran yang diterima selama ini. Jalan tengah yang ditawarkan oleh BPKP sebagai penengah pun tampaknya tidak mampu melunakkan sikap konsorisum. ITDP pasti akan diminta pertimbangan atau masukan tentang hal ini. Dalam menghadapi hal tersebut ITDP lebih baik konsisten berpegang pada hasil tender, maksimal untuk toleran berubah sebatas pada hasil perhitungan BPKP. Hasil perhitungan BPKP dapat kita pakai sebagai pedoman karena secara legal aman, tapi juga dapat mengcounter pernyataan-pernyataan bahwa tendernya tidak apple to apple. ITDP perlu menyakinkan BLU Transjakarta dan Pemrpov agar tetap mengarah pada efisiensi dan peningkatan pelayanan dengan mengacu pada harga tender.
Translation - English HIGHLIGHTED INPUTS
Notes for April 19, 21, 22, and 23, 2008
Considering the contents of mass media in the last four days (April 19, 21, 22, and 23), there are three issues which can be concluded in relation with the duties of ITDP in providing assistance to Jakarta’s City Administration in improving the performance of Busway Transjakarta which cover the matters of:
5. Public perception on Busway lane’s sterilization program
1. Regarding fare, negotiation process between the city administration and the consortium is predicted to be a tough one and can end in a deadlock since each party holds onto different principles. The city administration holds onto the results of the tender, while the consortium holds onto the payment received so far. The middle ground provided by BPKP as the intermediary seems unable to soften up the attitudes of the consortium. Surely, ITDP will be asked to provide considerations on inputs regarding this matter. In the face of this problem, ITDP should consistently hold onto the results of tender and maximally tolerate changes up to the level of the result of BPKP’s calculation. The result of BPKP’s calculation can be used as a guideline since it is legally secure, as well as provides an ability to counter statements that the tender was not apple to apple. ITDP needs to convince BLU Transjakarta and the city administration to stick to the tendered price to achieve efficiency and increase services.
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