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Government and Civil Society Partnership in Waste Bank Program in Kediri, Indonesia Wijaya, Andy Fefta; Mindarti, Lely Indah; Permana, I Made Dwi
Journal of Public Administration Studies Vol 1, No 1 (2016)
Publisher : FIA UB

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This research is aimed to address how the patterns of partnership between government and civil society in waste bank program in Perumahan Wilis Indah II Kota Kediri, how its role, the process of what has been conducted in achieving the success of the partnership, and the benefits of each actor and the target group that existence in the partnership. This study used qualitative approach, particularly descriptive analysis. Primary data was collected from interviews, and field observations. Secondary data was collected from documents to complement primary data related to the focus of research such as Act No. 18 Year 2008, Mayor Regulations, Mayor Decisions, Head of SKPD Decisions, RPJMD Kota Kediri, Kediri Waste Characteristic Studies, and Kediri in Figures. This study revealed the partnership amongst government, private, and society use principle of mutual benefit partnership with synergistic partnership. The roles of government, civil society, and NGOs in general they are together make planning and execute the project. In particular, the government has roles as a motivator, endorsement of commitment, setting the rule and law, and also accompany to both physical and non-physical action. For the NGO role is providing assistance in physical and non-physical action and society as waste bank operator. Based on the process condition theory of which is states that to ensure the success of the partnership there are 12 conditions that should be fulfill, in fact the partnership in waste bank of Sri Wilis Kediri is not all the same as in theory.
Effectiveness of Special Autonomy Policy Implementation in Effort to Increase School Participation in Fakfak Regency West Papua Nof, Faisal; Wijaya, Andy Fefta
JPAP: Jurnal Penelitian Administrasi Publik Vol 5 No 2 (2019): Jurnal Penelitian Administrasi Publik (JPAP)
Publisher : Universitas 17 Agustus 1945 Surabaya

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One of the objectives of implementing Papua's special autonomy is to improve the quality of human resources by improving the access of Papuan children's education. The education index can provide a picture of the welfare of society from the human dimension. Special Autonomy fund available is not a modest amount, therefore it should be adequate to assist in improving the quality and quantity of human resources in the education sector. It is conducted by building facilities and infrastructures to support education. The implementation of special autonomy in the Fakfak Regency West Papua has lasted for approximately one and a half decades. Therefore, it is necessary to examine how the effectiveness of special autonomy policy implementation in this province. It is conducted especially in order to increase public access to education. The amount of the Special Autonomy Fund should be able to accelerate the development process. The Community hopes that the Regent of Fakfak would fulfill their promise made during the election campaign. The Regent is expected to conduct mission and vision focusing in improving education in Fakfak Regency, up to villages and cities inland. The education development mapping should be improved because education is the spearhead of all aspects of development. Keywords: effectiveness of special autonomy, special autonomy of Papua, special autonomy education policy.
PENINGKATAN PENYELENGGARAAN PEMERINTAHAN YANG BERSIH dan BEBAS KKN DAN INDIKATOR-INDIKATOR HASILNYA Fefta Wijaya, Andy
Jurnal Desentralisasi Vol 10 No 2 (2012): Jurnal Desentralisasi Vol.10 No.2 Tahun 2012
Publisher : Pusat Pelatihan dan Pengambangan dan Kajian Desentralisasi dan Otonomi Daerah Lembaga Administrasi Negara

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This paper presents this new perspective of public management (NPM) and governance in administrative sciences and explains the differences between of them. NPM risk leaving the public service function for the poor and marginalized, therefore improving governance perspective NPM movement's weakness. New Public Management Paradigm with no accountability (accountability) would risk leaving the public interest. Accountability as a fundamental pillar of good governance paradigm can improve the weaknesses found in the paradigm previously thought. A major component to the success of public accountability is a system of information transparency. Transparency of information is authorized to be used for public sector performance evaluation measures and for evaluating public sector executive accountability for all decisions and actions, ie to what extent the results / outcomes and impacts resulting from beneficial to the public.
EVALUATION OF GREEN OPEN SPACE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM IN GRESIK REGENCY BASED ON CIPP EVALUATION MODEL Wati, Susilo; Wijaya, Andy Fefta; ., Suryadi
Jurnal Ilmiah Ilmu Administrasi Publik Vol 6, No 1 (2016)
Publisher : Program Pascasarjana Universitas Negeri Makassar

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Rapid industrialization gives direct impact on the environmental conditions in Gresik Regency. One attempt to maintain the balance of nature due to the rapid industrialization and rapid urban development is providing enough green open space (GOS) through GOS management program. GOS not only serves to reduce air pollution caused by pollution from existing industry, but also securing the disaster area, oxygen producer, control local climate, water resources and to improve the aesthetics of urban spatial structure. Thus it is important to provide GOS not only for healthy environment but also for sustainable development. By law number 26 of 2007 regarding the Spatial Planning in article 29 states that the proportion of green space in urban areas at least 30 (thirty) percent of the area, where the proportion of public GOS in urban areas at least 20 (twenty) percent of the area, and 10 (ten) percent for private GOS, which it is in line with Gresik local regulation no 10 of 2010 regarding Green Open Space Arrangement. This research used descriptive case study method. The design of this case study is single-case design. The single case study is analogous to a single experiment. This research was conducted in Gresik regency, East Java Province. Gresik regency is known as industrial city in East Java. This condition gives huge impact on environmental degradation especially related to land use.Keywords: Development, Green Open Space, Environment
Government and Civil Society Partnership in Waste Bank Program in Kediri, Indonesia Fefta Wijaya, Andy; Indah Mindarti, Lely; Dwi Permana, I Made
JPAS (Journal of Public Administration Studies) Vol 1, No 1 (2016)
Publisher : FIA UB

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This research is aimed to address how the patterns of partnership between government and civil society in waste bank program in Perumahan Wilis Indah II Kota Kediri, how its role, the process of what has been conducted in achieving the success of the partnership, and the benefits of each actor and the target group that existence in the partnership. This study used qualitative approach, particularly descriptive analysis. Primary data was collected from interviews, and field observations. Secondary data was collected from documents to complement primary data related to the focus of research such as Act No. 18 Year 2008, Mayor Regulations, Mayor Decisions, Head of SKPD Decisions, RPJMD Kota Kediri, Kediri Waste Characteristic Studies, and Kediri in Figures. This study revealed the partnership amongst government, private, and society use principle of mutual benefit partnersh ip with synergistic partnership. The roles of government, civil society, and NGOs in general they are together make planning and execute the project. In particular, the government has roles as a motivator, endorsement of commitment, setting the rule and law, and also accompany to both physical and non-physical action. For the NGO role is providing assistance in physical and non- physical action and society as waste bank operator. Based on the process condition theory of which is states that to ensure the success of the partnership there are 12 conditions that should be fulfill, in fact the partnership in waste bank of Sri Wilis Kediri is not all the same as in theory.
The Influence of the Intelligence of Transglobal Leadership on Good Governance-Based Forest Management Muhammad, Fadel; Hendroyono, Bambang; Supriyono, Bambang; Wijaya, Andy Fefta
BISNIS & BIROKRASI: Jurnal Ilmu Administrasi dan Organisasi
Publisher : UI Scholars Hub

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In recent years the discussion about leadership in public sector has become an interesting topic which has attracted attention from many people with various backgrounds. In public sector, the demand for a great leader has also rapidly increased among society due to the need to provide the effectiveness of policy, resources allocation, time management and mobilizing participation. In Indonesia, forestry is seen as one of vulnerable sectors that need better leadership due to the failure of effective policy implementation such as massive illegal logging, forest fires or other problems causing deforestation. This study aims at analyzing the influence of Intelligence of Transglobal Leadership toward Good Governance-Based Forest Management by applying quantitative approach with survey method conducted in Community Forest (HTR) area over 26 Provinces in Indonesia covering regions from Aceh to Papua. The finding of this inquiry indicates significant influence of intelligence of transglobal leadership toward good governance based forest management by positive value of 0.359 on its coefficient structural model and 2.38 on Critical Ratio. It can be inferred that the intelligence of tranglobal leadership is essential for policy maker within forestry sector in Indonesia.
Stakeholder Analysis in Tourism Development Bintan Regency During the Pandemic COVID-19 Mahadiansar, Mahadiansar; Wijaya, Andy Fefta; Wanto, Alfi Haris
Journal of Governance and Public Policy Vol 8, No 3 (2021): October 2021
Publisher : Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta

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In improving the welfare of the people in border areas, the development of the tourism sector has an impact on long-term economic growth which has been the largest regional income source in Bintan Regency. The importance of interaction and stakeholder actors involved in tourism activities during the COVID-19 pandemic. The purpose of this study is to analyze the condition of stakeholder actors in tourism management in Bintan Regency. The research method used a qualitative approach with stakeholder analysis using NVivo 12 with data collection techniques in the form of interviews with stakeholders and using existing secondary data which was carried out in-depth analysis. The results showed that 3 components (who, when, and how) showed a significant correlation between stakeholders in tourism development in Bintan Regency, namely the local government which regulates the executive management as a facilitator. Then the involvement of community groups as active participation to support the development of travel bubble-based tourism in the border region of the country, then the involvement of the private sector who maintain and regulate health protocols in the spread of COVID-19. Furthermore, the alternative is to improve stakeholder relations in the future to make efforts to approach harmonious communication between stakeholders in the tourism sector in Bintan Regency.
Tax Potency On Peer To Peer Lending Business Aribowo, Irwan; Kuntonegoro, Hariomurti Tri; Rofi’ah, Laily; Suryono, Agus; Muluk, Khairul; Wijaya, Andy Fefta
Educoretax Vol 2 No 1 (2022)
Publisher : WIM Solusi Prima

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In 2019, the transaction value of digital economy has reached $ 40 billion with a projected growth of 49% per year. One of the fast growing digital economy in Indonesia is Peer to Peer Lending (P2P Lending) fintech. The Directorate General of Taxes (DGT) as tax authority must be careful in taking the advantage of opportunities to optimize tax revenue. This study describes the exploration of tax potency in P2P lending business carried out by tax officers. The focus of this research is to find out the taxation aspects of the P2P lending business, to find out how to extract potencies carried out by the tax authorities, and to find out the obstacles in extracting tax potency in the field. The analysis used in this study is qualitative methods. The results indicate that extracting tax potency in this business is still not optimal. Factors that become obstacles in exploring the potency are the limited access to financial data of taxpayers, the absence of specific tax rules regulating the P2P lending business, and the lack of cooperation between interrelated agencies.
Managing Women's Village Activists Participation in Village Development Planning Andy Fefta Wijaya; Dian Andryanto; Wike Wike
Journal of Governance Volume 5 Issue 2
Publisher : Universitas Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa

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Decentralization of Indonesian villages provides opportunities for grassroots-level groups to participate in village development. This study explores the participation of women affiliated with women’s groups in the participatory processes of village development planningin the villages of Central Java. Using a mixed-methods strategy, this study found that many members of women’s groups known as women’s village activists have been involved in participatory planning processes, and used the processes to demand programs that improve women and family well-being.  Besides, their priority for village development seems to differ from that of the current trend, which heavily focuses on village-scale infrastructure development. On average, this group of women have relatively good levels of education and have been active in community activities. The findings of this study reinforce the argument that women village activists who are quite active in community and grassroots activities are potential representatives in determining the priority of village development.
Penyaluran Dana Bantuan Peningkatan Kesejahteraan Masyarakat Miskin di Kabupaten Tulungagung Andy Fefta Wijaya; Ismail -
Jurnal Aplikasi Manajemen Vol 7, No 4 (2009)
Publisher : Jurusan Manajemen Fakultas Ekonomi dan Bisnis Universitas Brawijaya

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The Arrising of the world crude oil’s price has worsen the economic condition of Indonesia. The increasing charge of APBN because of subsidy’s, increasing, has forced the government to raise the price of domestic BBM. This policy causes the number of the poor of increases. So, the government conduct the program of BLT that is dedicated to the poor famielis in order to maintain the purchasing ability or to arise their prosperity But in the practice, the program of BLT is full of problem and influencing the poor. This research is conducted to understand the mechanism in distributing BLT in sub provience of Tulungagung, And abserve is social an economic effect toword poor people in Tulung agung. This research is descritive research by using cualitative approach, by using the method of taking note of the fact that is abserve in collecting data using the method of observation, interview, and also conducting documentation. This research shows that in distributing BLT in sub provience of Tulung agung, they are still wrong procedure, wrong target, insuffisien socialization, and the officers with lack of professionalism in doing their job (Responsible for distributing BLT). The result of this research shows that the distribution mechanism of the fun is not realized well we can find out the bad realization when we view it normative of view, it’s effisiensi and it’s effectivity, and if we observe it’s fairness toword the society. We can also find out that there is bad realization of the distribution of mechanism. It is shown by a lot of problem that happen in the distribution of BLT it self. A lot of officers that corrupt the fund, the schedule of distribution that often change, and the fund isn’t distriduted to the people who deserved to get it (Distribution that is wrong in the target).Keywords: fund (BLT), subsidy, distribution
Co-Authors Agus Suryono Agus Suryono Agus Suryono Akhmad Amirudin Alfi Haris Wanto Anacleto Pinto Andy Dwi Cahyono Anesia Ribka Armanu Armanu Asih Widi Lestari Asti Amelia Novita Athrusy Robiul Hakim Bambang Hendroyono Bambang Supriyono Bambang Supriyono Bambang Supriyono Belly Sultrawijaya Catrine Ana Prastyari Choirul Saleh Dian Andryanto Dwi Permana, I Made Fadel Muhammad Fadel Muhammad Fadel Muhammad, Fadel Farida Nurani Firda Hidayati Friska Ayu O Hamidah Nayati Utami Hendroyono, Bambang Hermawan . Imam Hanafi Imam Hanafi Imam Hardjanto Indah Mindarti, Lely Irwan Aribowo Irwan Aribowo Aribowo Irwan Aribowo, Irwan Ismail - Khairul Muluk Khairul Muluk Khuswantoro Akhadi Kuntonegoro, Hariomurti Tri Laily Rofi’ah Lely Indah Mindarti, Lely Indah Madyana Retnaning Hastuti Mahadiansar Mahadiansar Mahadiansar, Mahadiansar Makhsun Hadi Sadikin Mardiyono , Mardiyono Mardiyono Mardiyono Mardiyono Marta Trifena Patriot Muhammad Latif Muriadi Muriadi Nadia Fajriani Ni Luh Yulyana Dewi Nof, Faisal Pedrito dos Santos dos Santos Permana, I Made Dwi Pongsathon Kaewmanee Pongsathon Kaewmanee Priyo Budi Santoso Ratih Nurpratiwi Retno Wulan Sekarsari Retno Wulan Sekarsari Rofi’ah, Laily Saleh Soeaidy Samrit Yossomsakdi Santy Nurina Aprilia Siti Rochmah Siti Rochmah Siti Rochmah Siti Rochmah Soni Kurniawan Sony Manggala Putra Sukanto Sukanto Suryadi . Suryadi Suryadi Suryadi Suryadi Susilo Wati Suyeno Suyeno Tjahjanulin Domai Tjahjanulin Domai Tjahjanulin Domai Tjahjanulin Domai Wanto, Alfi Haris Wike Wike