On various occasions, anti-graft agencies have often admitted to lacking human resources.
However, the anti-corruption commission actually disabled 75 employees who did not pass or did not meet the requirements of the National Insight Test (TWK), which is a condition for changing the status of employees to become the State Civil Apparatus (ASN).
The need for KPK human resources has often been disclosed on a number of occasions.
In the 2020 KPK Performance press conference at the KPK Building, Jakarta on Wednesday (30/12/2020), for example, KPK Deputy Chairman Nurul Ghufron stated that the institution he leads still lacks hundreds of employees for all sectors.
In fact, the number touched about 400 people.
“Of course, actually the KPK is not only this year, from the previous year the KPK has conducted an analysis of the need for more than 400 human resources, but the actual need for addition has not been met,” said Ghufron at that time.
Ghufron did not disclose in detail the human resource requirements, whether this included investigators and investigators.
What is certain, Ghufron said, his party made various efforts to meet HR needs, such as increasing the capacity of human resources owned and working with other institutions.
Until now, the problem of human resource shortages has not been fully resolved by the KPK.