BANDUNG - The existence of Communications and Informatics Office is very important in the era of today's fast-paced, internet and social media. It was recognized by West Java Acting Governor M. Iriawan while attending halal-bihalal at the Office of Communications and Informatics, Tamansari Street Bandung, Thursday (28/6).
Previously, Head of Communications and Informatics Office Hening Widiatmoko expressed his appreciation for Acting Governor by attending halal-bihalal event.
"This is the first and important thing, the governor finally visited West Java Communications and Informatics Office," he explained.
On that occasion, Silence told about the condition of staffing and duties of Communications and Informatics Office. Mentioned, currently employees reach 88 people, small in number but has a big and heavy task.
Such as guarding the reliability of the Internet and data networks, including in escorting West Java Election desk on duty to this day.
"In the future we hope there will be an increase in the budget to improve the ability of Communications and Informatics Office, especially to connect the network with 155 UPTD as West Java," he explained.
Responding to this, M. Iriawan said that he will pay attention to capacity building of Communications and Informatics Office including by adding budget.
"This I have heard, God willing it will be attempted to increase the budget of Communications and Informatics Office," he said. (Jo)