COVID-19 which hits all over the world, including Indonesia, has changed many aspects, including working at the office. Likewise, the training of implementation IZN, KDZ, IKSOPZ and ITRANS in West Sumatra Province which is planned to do by face to face mode, it is carried out virtually due to the virus outbreak.

Nevertheless, this situation does not change the spirit and essence of the purposes of this event. The training is attended by representatives from 20 BAZNAS and 1 LAZ in the Province. The meeting begins with remarks by the Vice Chairman of BAZNAS, West Sumatra Province, Drs. H. Sobhan, MA, which is followed by the presentation from Puskas BAZNAS. The discussion sessions is conducted where the participants raise some queries.

The use of website-based questionnaires of National Zakat Index and Impact Assessment is new in this training. In 2019, it is found that zakat institution management in West Sumatra Province increased from 0.44 in 2018 with a fairly good category to 0.59 in 2019 with a good category. The recommendations from these results are the improvement related to the completeness of the database and OPZ institutional management and the escalation the impact of zakat.

In addition, Shariah Index Compliance (IKS OPZ), a collaborative study between BAZNAS and the Ministry of Religion (RI Ministry of Religion), is also new for during the training. The results of the OPZ IKS study do not exist yet for West Sumatra Province considering this is the first year to be implemented. All of the participants expect the results of the IZN and KDZ, IKSOPZ, and ITRANS to get positive results and provide improvements for the management of zakat institutions in West Sumatra.