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Implementation of Papua Special Autonomic Policies for Improving Community Welfare Papua Original People (POP) in Papua Province Timed Magayang; Muchlis Hamdi; Hyronimus Rowa; Mansyur Ahmad
Budapest International Research and Critics Institute (BIRCI-Journal): Humanities and Social Sciences Vol 5, No 1 (2022): Budapest International Research and Critics Institute February
Publisher : Budapest International Research and Critics University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33258/birci.v5i1.4264

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Qualitative methods are methods that focus on in-depth observation and analysis. Therefore, qualitative methods in research can produce a more comprehensive study of a fact. Descriptive research, the term "descriptive" comes from the English term to describe which means to describe or describe something, for example: circumstances, conditions, situations, events, activities and others. The results of the study show that special autonomy for Papua is seen as the central government's political commitment to the Papuan people (win win solution) in order to suppress the issue of radicalism and national disintegration and then fulfill their basic rights in life, including reducing social inequalities in society. The government tries to present statistical data on HDI, poverty rates and so on with classical reasons without being based on facts on the ground during the implementation of Special Autonomy in Papua in recent decades, people live backwards and are left behind and the poorest population ranks first in Indonesia. Research suggestions that the author can convey in the future, regardless of the type of policy made by the Government in Papua, must involve the participation of the public or the Papuan community, because according to the community the current policies have not fully involved the Papuan people in a comprehensive and holistic manner starting from policy formulation to evaluation. The Papuan People's Assembly as a cultural representative institution in the context of special autonomy does not function properly because during the hearing (RDP), the approach to security and welfare development with a massive population approach is also important so that the Papuan people do not feel excluded or marginalized from the center their own city center.
Bureaucracy Reform through Transformation of Public Services at the Department of Investment and One Door Integrated Services (Case Study in the City of Palangka Raya, Gunung Mas Regency and Central Kalimantan Province) Hera Nugrahayu; Sadu Wasistiono; Hyronimus Rowa; Sampara Lukman
Budapest International Research and Critics Institute (BIRCI-Journal): Humanities and Social Sciences Vol 5, No 1 (2022): Budapest International Research and Critics Institute February
Publisher : Budapest International Research and Critics University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33258/birci.v5i1.4484

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Inadequate information technology facilities and infrastructure to support public services in DPMPTSP. In addition, various local legal products have not clearly accommodated the role of Dayak customary institutions and local wisdom values in public services, even though they have acknowledged the structure of Dayak customary institutions in writing as stated in the Central Kalimantan Provincial Regulation Number 16 of 2008 concerning Institutions. Dayak Customs in Central Kalimantan, Central Kalimantan Governor Regulation Number 27 of 2019 concerning Utilization of Peat Swamp Land through Local Wisdom. Regional Regulation of Gunung Mas Regency Number 33 of 2011 concerning Indigenous Dayak Institutions in Gunung Mas Regency, and Regional Regulation of Palangka Raya City Number 15 of 2009 concerning Indigenous Dayak Institutions in Palangka Raya City. This study was designed using a qualitative descriptive research method. This study is intended to analyze the transformation that occurs in public services at DPMPTSP in Central Kalimantan Province. This is done as an effort to find the truth with critical thinking about a problem that occurs and the innovation that has been carried out. Based on the results of the research above, the authors can explain that the performance of public services is influenced by the external environment in the form of hospitality (munificence), complexity and dynamism as well as regularity. Second, influenced by organizational characteristics such as planning, leadership, culture and human resources of the apparatus. Third, influenced by organizational strategy in the form of innovation, partnership and learning. The researcher will describe the transformations found in the components of the theory in question.
EFEKTIVITAS SISTEM AKUNTABILITAS KINERJA INSTANSI PEMERINTAH DI KABUPATEN SUMBA TIMUR Ferdelince Lunga Nani; Hyronimus Rowa; Ani Martini
Jurnal Ilmu Pemerintahan Suara Khatulistiwa Vol 6 No 1 (2021): JURNAL ILMU PEMERINTAHAN SUARA KHATULISTIWA
Publisher : Institut Pemerintahan Dalam Negeri

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33701/jipsk.v6i1.1738

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This research is motivated by a change in the perspective of the administration of the bureaucracy from work orientation to a results-oriented bureaucracy with an emphasis on performance accountability. This study aims to determine and analyze the effectiveness of the Performance Accountability System of Government Agencies in increasing the accountability of local government in East Sumba Regency. The research design use descriptive qualitative with data collection techniques through interviews, documentation and observation. The selection of informants was done based on purposive sampling technique. The theory used is the theory of effectiveness according to Duncan, namely the achievement of goals, integration and adaptation. The results of the study indicate that the implementation of the Government Performance Accountability System in East Sumba Regency has not been effective, as shown in the following three dimensions: 1) the achievement of the objectives is not fully met in terms of timeliness and targets. which is the target in the performance indicators set out in the document; 2) Integration, from the process and procedure of socialization that has not been running as expected, namely from the quantity of activities and results to be achieved, the lack of response from regional officials and the lack of competence of the organizers in addition, consensus development occurs without performance evaluation; 3) Adaptation of the implementation of this system from the availability of adequate supporting infrastructure but in terms of the use of information technology there is no such thing and increasing the capacity of resources, it is not optimal. Keyword: Effectiveness, The Government Agency Performance Accountability System, Local Government