As the Head of Center of Trade Policy Harmonization (PUSHAKA), Ministry of Trade, Sutriono Edi is responsible for monitoring and ensuring all the trade policy, activities and plans of each unit within the Ministry of Trade (MOT) are being implemented and synchronized. The vision of MOT is trade as driving sector of growth and economic competitiveness and creator of people's prosperity and this vision is realized through increasing non-oil/gas export performances, strengthening the domestic market and stabilization the availability of basic commodities and strengthening the national distribution networks, and optimization of Bureaucratic Reforms in the Ministry of Trade environment. The Bureaucratic reform commitments of MOT are based on 3 (three) bureaucratic reform goals, namely the establishment of good governance and free of corruption, increasing the quality of public services and increased capacity and accountability of Bureaucratic performance. MOT also made efforts to improve the performance of public services to the community through the simplification number of licensing and improving the quality of trade permit services by establishing a Trade Service Unit (UPP) as a special unit providing trade license services to the business sector. In the beginning of 2012, MOT joined the Open Government Indonesia (OGI) competition and PUSHAKA led all unit members of MOT to support this activity. In the early of August 2012, Trade Service Unit of The Ministry of Trade through the online Trade Licensing Service, named Inatrade, succeeded to win the first rank of the Most Progressive Participant from 62 public services of 34 Ministries/ Institutions that participated in the Open Government Competition 2012.
Sutriono Edi is also responsible conducting Change Management program within the Ministry of Trade to support implementation of bureaucratic reform successfully. Furthermore, his task is also to coordinate other teams, which are related on the campaign of change management to build the common perception, commitment, and involvement in implementation of bureaucratic reform programs and activities on whole levels of employees. Bureaucratic reform also requires a grand coalition of stakeholders: the government, businesspeople, academic, mass media and NGO and this is needed to reduce resistance that invariable occurs as the impact of change. Since accelerating the changes movement within the organization is not an easy task, the campaign would require good plan and activity and the implementation of change management have to be done continuously and consistently to achieve good governance and excellent quality of public services.