Provincial administration in Indonesia has developed rapidly in the era of decentralization. Even faster than the readiness of statutory regulations and human resources involved in its management. Regional autonomy, which was part of the 1998 reform agenda, has developed rapidly.

KEMITRAAN as an institution born from the womb of reform continues to be actively involved in regional autonomy governance efforts. In this sector, KEMITRAAN is involved in revising complex and overlapping laws and regulations while developing skilled individuals to create a reliable regional autonomy system. The aim is none other than the creation of quality public services.

Until now, KEMITRAAN is still actively involved in efforts to improve the regional government system. In the future, KEMITRAAN will continue to innovate through a number of programs to ensure the creation of a corruption-free and efficient regional government system in order to create excellent public services.