Background.: The United Nation Assembly in 2005, asked for the countries member to report the Iodine Deficiency Disorders (IDD) start in 2007, every 3 (three) years. In Central Jm Province, Indonesia, IDD had been known for long time. IDD control consists of oral iodised oil distribution for women of child bearing age in severe endemic areas and iodisation of all salt for household consumption. Therefre, improvement of iodine status of population was expected. Objectives.: To measure Total Goiter Rate (TGR) and Urinary Iodine concentration (UIC) of population of Central Java Province. Methods. Three set of data were used for this paper: i) IDD Mapping Survey 1996, ii) IDD Evaluation Survey 2003, and Iodised Salt Survey, National Socio Economic Survey 1996/2003. Sample were school children, pregnant women and household Data included: sampel of urine, salt concumed by household andpalpation of thyroid gland. Results.: TGR of school children in 1996 was persisted 4.4% and in 2003 was 6.8%. Median vcrlue of UZC ofpregnunt women in 1996 was 165 pg/L and of school children in 2003 was 180 pg/L. Percentage of school ckiic-' in category of insuJficient iodine intake (UIC < 100 pg/L) was 11.4% while in category excessive (UIC ,= 300 pg/I,) was 17.1 %. In 1996, 8.9% districs/cities with at least 90% of household consumed iodised salt or in category iodine suficient, however, none of distric/city in 2003 was in category iodine suficient. Correlation between TGR with UIC was rregatiJ in 1996: r= -0.112, conjidence interval (-2.775; 1.43 7) and 2003: r=-0.196, conjidence interval (-1 1.094; 3.078). Correlation between kJIC,' with consumptio~; of iodised salt in 1996 was posit$ r -0.454, con$dence intervul (0.294; 1.078), but negatif in 2003: r=-0.116, conjidence irlterval (-4. !182; 2.05 7). Concbmions.: This results showed the need of conl"L,~lrtion of IDD control program in Central Java as well us regular monitoring to prevent excessive iodine nutrition.