Jakarta – Directorate General of Intellectual Property (DGIP) organizes Coordination Meeting on Simple Career Path for State Civil Apparatus (ASN) in the Ministry of Law and Human Rights (MoLHR) for three days. The discussion concerning career path is considered necessary because the existing system needs to be revised in accordance with Law No. 5 Year 2014 on State Civil Apparatus (ASN) and Government Regulation No. 11 Year 2017 on Civil Servant Management. “We want to develop a career path that is not troublesome, and how to design career path that is applicable. It is best to avoid issuing regulation or path but we cannot implement it. Therefore, I frequently discuss how to design a career path that is not complicated,” said Head of Personnel Bureau, Ministry of Law and Human Rights, M. Arifin in his remarks at Novotel Bogor Golf Resort and Convention Center Hotel, Monday (11/11/2019). Arifin said that career path to be design would be a guidelines, directions in developing career of all employees of MoLHR which is currently more than 60 thousands employees. Arifin wanted to ensure that each employee, even including new employees such as Candidate of Civil Servant (CPNS) have already set their goals. “Our current career path is nearly the same with previous career path issued in 2006. In 2014, discussion about new career path was not concluded because of the issuance of Law No. 5 of 2014 on State Civil Apparatus (ASN). This career path is imperative,” said Arifin. Besides career path, the meeting also discussed about ASN assessment guidelines. It is very important to clearly measure employees’ competence so that appropriate rewards can be given. The meeting was also attended by officials and staffs of personnel affairs in the Ministry of Law and Human Rights. Resource persons for the meeting was from relevant ministries/agency to career path, such as State Personnel Agency (BKN) and Ministry of State Apparatus Empowerment and Bureaucracy Reform. Benchmarking to Ministry of Maritime and Fishery was also conducted as well as collecting information from Executive Officers and Senior Managers in the Regional Offices of Ministry of Law and Human Rights as materials to draft Career Path.