This policy paper carries the theme: Towards Professional Planners in the Termination of Stages of RPJPN 2005-2025 and Determination of Strategy for Implementing Indonesia's Vision 2045. With Sub-themes: Increasing the Role of Planners in the Long-Term Perspective Framework for the Indonesian Vision 2045. It is concluded that there are three problems faced in increasing the role of planners in the framework of the elaboration of the Indonesian Vision 2045, as well as in preparing policy recommendations to realize professional planners. The three problems are the lack of understanding of JFP regulations, the existence of "minor" opinions on JFP, and a lack of leadership commitment. To overcome these three problems, the authors propose four alternative policies and three types of recommendations to be carried out by the parties in a planned and coordinated manner. This policy paper recommends that to deal with the VUCA phenomenon, a planner must be visionary, innovative and agile. Furthermore, with the enactment of the Industrial Revolution 4.0 and beyond, professional planners are required to have six abilities, namely: Complex Problem Solving, Social Skills, Process Skills, System Skills, Digital Skills, and Cognitive Abilities.