Juridical Analysis of the Presidential Instruction No. 2 of 2022 Concerning the Purchase of Goods and Services
The COVID-19 pandemic has been addressed in a number of ways, including the recommendation to stay at home. This has led to the closure of numerous public spaces, which has caused many local business owners to experience a decline in income or even to close their doors. For the success of the Proud Made in Indonesia National Movement (Gernas BBI) in the implementation of procurement of goods and government services, President Joko Widodo formally signed Presidential Instruction (Inpres) No. 2 of 2022. This will increase the use of domestic products as well as products from MSMEs (Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises) and cooperatives. Finding out and analyzing how urgent it is to follow Presidential Instruction Number 2 of 2022 in the execution of government procurement of goods and services is the goal of this study. The normative-juridical analysis approach is the analytical technique applied. According to the study's findings, if the president's directives are carried out as intended by all parties, they would inevitably help to lower local business actors' incomes and boost the competitiveness of domestic goods. As a result of the protracted COVID-19 epidemic, this application may help the nation's economy expand in a more positive manner.
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