This study aims to appraise current competency development practices at the Indonesian Ministry of Law and Human Rights and provide recommendations for the process improvements based on the People Capability Maturity Model (P-CMM) approach. The only P-CMM appraisal method recognized by the Software Engineering Institute (SEI) is the Standard CMMI Appraisal Method for Process Improvement (SCAMPI). The appraisal was carried out in three P-CMM Process Areas which were selected based on the scope of research, specifically Training and Development, Competency Analysis, and Competency Development. From the appraisal carried out, there is a total of 17 practices that have not been implemented properly. To improve the process, several activities are recommended, such as identifying critical training and skills needed for a competency, evaluating training alternatives, holding formal discussions related to development with each employee periodically, providing development opportunities based on the results of formal discussion, measuring the training and development activities, making and evaluating three important documents (Workforce Competency, Competency-based process and Competency information) periodically, forming a new unit specifically for managing the employee’s competence, evaluating competency analysis activities, and periodically auditing the definition and use of data on competency development for compliance with organizational policies.

Key Words : Competency Analysis, Competency Development, People Capability Maturity Model, Standard CMMI Appraisal Method for Process Improvement with People CMM, Training and Development