THE DEVELOPMENT OF METROLOGY INFORMATION SYSTEM
Keywords:Metrology, Legal Metrology, Metrology Management System, E-Government
Metrology services are carried out in order to protect the consumers and producers in terms of obtaining fair rights in trade transactions. The Metrology Center as the implementor of metrology still faces obstacles in the implementation of its services, currently the service has only reached 24.7% of the total metrology equipment used. Obstacles that occur in addition to the problem of inadequate facilities and infrastructure are also because the process of capturing metrological data is still done manually using many paper documents. In each service element, there are various kinds of documents that must be filled out manually and in the end these documents will be archived separately. This flow of data and information has not been well documented, although the output data from this process will be processed into metrology information that will be used by management above it in making decisions. Metrology Information System was developed to overcome the obstacles that exist in The Metrology Center, in addition to supporting the performance of The Metrology Center as well for the success of E-Government. The development of a metrological information system uses the System Development Life Cycle (SDLC) method with a Business Process re-engineering approach for metrology services.
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