The State Civil Service Agency (BKN) claims to have succeeded in restoring deleted surveillance camera recordings at one of the basic competency selection test locations (SKD) for Civil Servant Candidates (CPNS) in Buol Regency, Central Sulawesi. Berita politik
The footage shows the perpetrator installing a remote access application on one of the computers, making the computer accessible to people from outside the room during the test the next day.
At least, that’s the chronology of the Minister for Administrative Reform and Bureaucratic Reform (Menpan-RB) Tjahjo Kumolo in his written statement. “Because there are allegations that it was not carried out by one person but in the form of a team tasked with helping answer exam questions,” wrote Tjahjo, reported by Republika, Tuesday (28/10). Berita Terkini
Tjahjo opened his voice after previously the Twitter account @txtdrgmbk made the internet crowded through accusations of fraud in the CPNS selection (can be read here) which he said was involved in BKN, October 24, 2021. The next day, the Head of BKN Bima Wibisana confirmed that fraud had indeed occurred, but only limited to the district. Just bullshit.
“BKN already knew much earlier. It has been forensiced by the BSSN team, (National Cyber Code Agency),” said Bima to Detik. He promised to tell the full story of the case to the media after the investigation was completed.
An official written statement was also delivered by the Head of the Satya Pratama Legal and Cooperation Public Relations Bureau. “The State Civil Service Agency (BKN) regrets the indication of fraud in the 2021 CASN selection at Tilok Mandiri, the Buol Regency Government Agency,” Satya said as quoted by Tirto. Berita hari ini
“From the results of the investigation, BKN and BSSN found indications of fraud in the implementation of the CASN SKD in Tilok Mandiri by irresponsible individuals who wanted to damage the National CASN selection system with remote access mode.”
Satya said his party came to the conclusion thanks to several evidences such as public complaints, the results of tracking and auditing participants’ activities in the BKN Computer Assisted Test (CAT) application, reports on digital forensic activities, reports on internal investigations by the Buol Regency Government, and surveillance camera recordings. Vitamin dan Suplemen
Not only in Buol, this year’s CPNS selection fraud report also came from Enrekang, South Sulawesi. Early last October, a number of CPNS participants reported an offer from someone who claimed to be able to offer assistance in passing the selection, also with the remote access method. Nur Habibah, one of the selection participants who reported, said that she was involved in a telephone conversation with the perpetrator who offered her services. With this service, Habibah simply entered the test room and sat quietly, while the computer system was controlled from outside to carry out the test.
“I [calling the perpetrator] just wanted to make sure that there really was such a thing in Enrekang, and it turns out that according to this person [confessed] there were already 9 people he had registered,” Habibah told the Enrekang Tribune. He said that the perpetrator asked for a fee of Rp. 200 million which could be paid if it was proven that he had passed the test. As a guarantee, the perpetrator asked to be sent Habibah’s original diploma.
Going back a few years, reports of fraud also colored the 2018 CPNS selection. In that year, BKN said that two jockeys were caught in Makassar during the CPNS exam for the Ministry of Law and Human Rights, while there were also participants who were caught hiding cameras and communication devices on their bodies so that people could help them. other. “We will hand over this matter to the police. What is certain is that the person concerned can no longer participate in the current selection process,” said BKN’s Head of Media and Inter-Institutional Relations Sub Division Diah Eka Palupi at the time to CNN Indonesia.