RPP (Continuation) SSKCKR-Encourage All Parties to Preserve Their Works to the Library
Medan Merdeka Selatan, Jakarta - Conservation becomes a crucial issue in the continued discussion of the Government Regulation Draft on Handover Printed and Recorded Works (RPP SSKCKR). Preservation is not only talk about restoration, conservation, and preventive efforts, but also concerns management and human resources.
"Preventive efforts are not only controlling, monitoring and room conditions so that collections are not easily damaged but also a matter of handling," said the representative of the Directorate of Film, Music and New Media of the Ministry of Education and Culture, Tubagus Sukmana or familiarly called Andre, in the continued discussion of the RPP SSKCKR through video conference Wednesday (5/13).
Responding to the question, Deputy of Library Material Development and Information Services of the National Library, Ofy Sofiana, explained that there is already a related work unit that handles collection preservation.
Preservation in the RPP does not only involve printed works but also recorded works. Recorded works are divided into two forms, namely analog and digital recorded works.
The discussion led by the Staff Expert of Minister on Education and Culture Regulations in the Ministry of Education and Culture, Chatarina Muliana, was the 5th follow-up meeting at the level of PAK (Inter-Ministerial Committee) which was formed in accordance with the Decree of the Minister of Education and Culture of the Republic of Indonesia Number 351/P/2020 concerning the Inter-Ministerial Committee on Preparation of Government Regulation Draft concerning the Implementation of Law Number 13 of 2018 concerning Handover of Printed and Recorded Works.
PAK involved nine institutions (K/L), including Ministry of Education and Culture, National Library, Coordinating Ministry for Human Development and Culture, Ministry of State Secretariat, Ministry of Law and Human Rights, Ministry of Communication and Information and Ministry of Finance.
The implementation of SSKCKR in the RPP aims to: 1) manage the KCKR collection as a complete and latest national collection as a benchmark for of the nation's civilization progress; 2) actualize the KCKR data collection system to provide convenience, availability, and affordability for the public in utilizing KCKR; 3) increase the awareness of publishers and producers of recorded works about the importance of preserving intellectual and artistic valuable KCKR as the work of the nation's culture through the awarding; 4) increase the public role in building a literacy culture through the utilization of handover collection.
The RPP SSKCKR contains 40 articles and five important points. First, regarding the procedures for submitting KCKR. Second, regarding the mechanism for imposing administrative sanctions on publishers and producers of recorded works who do not obey their obligations. Third, the mechanism for managing the results of the SSKCKR. Fourth, procedures for public participation in the implementation of SSKCKR. And fifth, the form of appreciation to SSKCKR actors and the public who played an active role in the implementation of SSKCKR.
The preparation of RPP is in synergy with other laws, including Cultural Progress Law, Book System Law, Library Law, Science and Technology National System Law, and SSKCKR Law.
National Library hopes that discussions at the PAK level will not take long so that by 2020 it can be approved and then enacted. Through RPP, the National Library encourages all parties to preserve their works to the National Library and the provincial library.