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Andi Patta Yusuf
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Fakultas Ilmu Sosial dan Ilmu Politik Universitas Musamus, Jl. Kamizaun Mopah Lama Merauke 99600
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Musamus Journal of Public Administration
Published by Universitas Musamus
ISSN : 26226499     EISSN : 2622917X     DOI : -
Core Subject : Humanities, Social,
Focus and Scope Musamus Journal of public administration (MJPA e-ISSN 2622-917X, p-ISSN 2622-6499) is a peer-reviewed journal published by the Department of administration, Faculty of political science, University of Musamus, Merauke, Papua, Indonesia. MJPA is published twice a year (October and April) is available in print or electronic versions. Therefore, we welcome the sending of articel in the United Kingdom or Indonesia language. the focus of the study: Public Policy; Public Management; Financial State; Development Administration; Local Autonomy; Executive- Legislative Relations; Public Administration Ethics; Public Administation; Public Service; Manegement Human Resources in Public Sector; Good Governance dan Local Governance; Leadership Public Sector.
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Tingkat Kesadaran Pedagang Terhadap Peraturan Ketentuan Tertib Niaga Budi Yasri
Musamus Journal of Public Administration Vol 2 No 2 (2020): Musamus Journal of Public Administration
Publisher : Department of State Administration - Musamus University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35724/mjpa.v2i2.2627

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Trade is an important thing in social life. Therefore, regulations are made to support the safety and comfort aspects of both the seller and the buyer. These regulations include the UUML (Legal Metrology Law), the UUPK (Consumer Protection Act), and PP LIP (Government Regulations for Food Advertising Labels). To find out how successful these regulations can be assessed from the public's knowledge of the regulations that have been enacted. How much knowledge of the rules can be obtained from interviews conducted in the community. With interviews, it can be seen how successful the regulations were made both in quantity and quality. From the interviews, it was obtained that 50% of the public already knew and implemented the regulation.
Prevention of Corruption with Early Anti-Corruption Education Poetri Suradinata; Julianto JJ Kalalo; Marlyn Alputila; Hesty Tambajong
Musamus Journal of Public Administration Vol 2 No 2 (2020): Musamus Journal of Public Administration
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35724/mjpa.v2i2.2797

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A clean country, like a healthy body. A clean and healthy Indonesia remains hope. The implementation of anti-corruption education at an early age is the foundation of the morality foundation of future generations who dare to say corruption is forbidden. This research aims to provide new ideas to the public or educators to instill anti-corruption values ​​from an early age. The method used is the literature study of relevant texts in the form of journals and literature. The results of this study are to find an Anti-Corruption Education model that is through the method of democracy, joint search, exemplary methods, live in methods that are suitable for children to have high integrity by instilling anti-corruption values, suitable learning resources to support learning activities PAK is a natural and socio-cultural environment, textbooks and text books, audio visuals, and the internet. Suggestions in this study are to urge the government to require Anti-Corruption Education to be given from elementary schools to tertiary institutions.
Pertanggungjawaban Alokasi Dana Kampung Apolus Betaubun
Musamus Journal of Public Administration Vol 2 No 2 (2020): Musamus Journal of Public Administration
Publisher : Department of State Administration - Musamus University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35724/mjpa.v2i2.2799

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The purpose of this research is to find out how the Responsibility of Village Fund Allocation in Tambat, Tanah Miring District, Merauke Regency. Theoretical Benefits, as reference material for research in the field of future accountability. In discussing and reviewing the issue of implementation, the accountability of village fund allocation in Tambat Tanah Miring District Merauke Regency the author uses a qualitative research method, namely data collection can be from interviews, observation notes, photo taking, audio and video recording. This type of descriptive research is a research that is sought to observe problems systematically accurate funds regarding the facts and characteristics of certain objects, with the number of informants as many as 13 people.The results of this study indicate that the accountability of village fund allocation in the implementation of village funds in Tambat, Tanah Miring District, Merauke Regency, runs well but there are still a number of problems that occur, planning, realization of the program and not in accordance with the details and calculations in the RAB. Kampung, Implementation of Village Fund Allocation conducted by Kampung Tambat Officials has not gone well and has not been carried out in accordance with the procedure because the village head of Tambat was considered not transparent regarding Village Fund Allocation to the people of Tambat Village, Reporting indicators, Village Fund Allocation has not been implemented properly due to reports what has been made is not maximal with what is done in Tambat and indicators, the accountability of the village head regarding the Village Fund Allocation also does not work with planning, implementation and reporting, this is evidenced by the making of the first report and the answer to ADD ADK, PROSPECTS made by other parties not by village officials have not been implemented with the reality that happened at Tambat.
Transparency in Village Fund Financial Management Ramos Da Chrismas; Elias Mite; Edoardus E Maturbongs; Imelda C Laode; Dapot Pardamean Saragih; David Laiyan
Musamus Journal of Public Administration Vol 2 No 2 (2020): Musamus Journal of Public Administration
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35724/mjpa.v2i2.2802

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The launch of village funds in Papua is always increasing every year given by the government, but on the other hand raises new problems regarding financial management and transparency. This study aims to provide new thinking about financial transparency of village funds suitable for the Papua region. The method used is literature study, and the results of this study are transparency that must be carried out, namely the provision and access of clear information about planning, implementation procedures and accountability (billboards, website, Facebook), the existence of deliberations involving the community and indigenous peoples / Chair Adat, Openness of the management process, Supervision is carried out by the whole community, Transparency of information on Village Financial management documents, Continual socialization and training from the government to the Village for effective management of the Village Fund, and Village Fund Assistance is actually recruited from people who have very high self-integrity.
Asymmetric Policy on Border Management Elias Mite; Ramos Da Chrismas; Yohanes Endes Teturan; Vinsenco R Serano; Nur Jalal; Alexander P Tjilen
Musamus Journal of Public Administration Vol 2 No 2 (2020): Musamus Journal of Public Administration
Publisher : Department of State Administration - Musamus University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35724/mjpa.v2i2.2810

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The management of state borders between Indonesia and PNG holds potential problems in the form of differences in socio-economic conditions between the two countries. While socially and culturally, people in the two countries have close kinship ties. This paper intends to recommend an asymmetric policy for managing national border areas, especially between Merauke and PNG. The conclusion of this study is that the adoption of the ChinaVietnam border management model can be applied in the management of the Indonesia-PNG border. This adoption is accompanied by several strategies in the form of: acceleration of construction of facilities and infrastructure, strengthening the socio-economic conditions of border communities, human resource development and strengthening of good institutional aspects.

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