Journal of Public Administration Studies
Published by Universitas Brawijaya
ISSN : 2548902X     EISSN : 25416979
Journal of Public Administration Studies (JPAS), with registered ISSN number 2548-902X (print) and 2541-6979 (online) is a scientific journal dedicated to dissiminate the development of theory and practices of public administration globally. JPAS published two times a year in February and November.
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Cooperation among Local Governments in Realizing the National Strategis Area Development in Bangkalan Regency

Djaja, Tamar

Journal of Public Administration Studies Vol 3, No 2 (2018)
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The existence of National Strategis Area (NSA) in Bangkalan should not be ignored, but should be considered as a potential material that must be managed to create a progressive development for the people of Bangkalan Regency. Basically, the Bangkalan regency government can not carry out its own development, there must be a cooperation with the other that able to support the development optimization. Inter-regional cooperation for Bangkalan Regency has a very potential role, especially in the process of NSA development so that NSA will be able to become a trigger point in the development process. General question that should find the answer by researchers is "How is the implementation of inter-regional cooperation implemented by the Government of Bangkalan to develop the National Strategis Area?".

Intervention on The Role of Procurement Service Unit

Dharma, Haryo

Journal of Public Administration Studies Vol 3, No 2 (2018)
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The purpose of this paper is to know more about the role of Procurement Service Unit in public procurement process in Indonesia and how government possibly intervene their decision because of their position as part of the government even though they should play a neutral position in the process. The establishment of this Procurement Services Unit actually is intended to be a mediator connecting users (government) with agents (providers/ suppliers). This research applied a qualitative content analysis approach. Data were collected through observation of secondary documents in January 2018. The research was conducted in Regional Office of Environmental Health and Disease Control Surabaya. The results show that the role of Procurement Service Unit needed to be expanded, not only just choosing the bidding winner but also take more control on procurement process. However, this unit already played the neutral position even though they were attached to the institution within their interventions, because of the introduction of e-procurement in Indonesia. But still, it can be argued because it is still need some approval from the actors itself, including the Procurement Service Unit, User, and the providers.

Bureaucracy Reformation: Open Government Partnership as a change strategy in Bojonegoro regency

Fikri, Haidar, Suharto, Didik G, Nugroho, Rino Ardhian

Journal of Public Administration Studies Vol 3, No 2 (2018)
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A complicated and rigid public service is a characteristic of bureaucracy.Besides that, public service that is not transparent and accountable will create a bureaucracy as an ineffective and inefficient organization. It will raise corruption, mal-administration, and service discrimination to the society. Government of Bojonegoro regency as society servant has own strategy to solve that problem. Open Government Partnership  becomes a strategy implemented by bureaucracy in Bojonegoro regency. It is because this strategy has not been implemented yet. This research is aimed to know how Bojonegoro’s bureaucracy solves the problem by using Open Government Partnership in the context of public service. This research uses an approach of electronic government and bureaucracy reformation. A qualitative-descriptive method is used in this research as a data analysis in the field. The process of collecting data is supported by observation, literature review, interview, and documentation. The result of this research is strategy of Open Government Partnership using variables such as; transparency, participation and collaboration to create a successful bureaucracy reformation. Transparency also becomes an essential value on each service and policy implementation because the government involves the society to decide a case. The government conducts some collaboration in order that all society elements can work together with them to realize bureaucracy in Bojonegoro regency.Strategy of Open Governement Partnership takes Bojonegoro regency to represent Indonesia in the event of innovation promotion of OGP in the international level.  

What is the Contribution of Local Original Revenue to Regional Financial Independent?

Sari, Purnama, Garvera, R. Rindu, Sihabudin, Aan Anwar

Journal of Public Administration Studies Vol 3, No 2 (2018)
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As a manifestation of decentralization, the purpose of local original revenue is to give authority to local governments to fund the implementation of regional autonomy in accordance with regional potential. With the regional autonomy policy, all regions are expected to be able to maximize their financial capabilities so that they can fund all government affairs in the regions independently. The purpose of this study was to analyze the contribution of local original revenue to regional financial independence. The research method used is a descriptive method with a quantitative approach, where the research was conducted on the Regional Financial Management Agency of Ciamis Regency. Even in this study will compare the results of research conducted in several other regions in Indonesia as well as in several regions in other countries. The results showed that the contribution of regional local revenue to regional financial independence in Indonesia was still low. The same conditions in several countries in Africa and Europe, where regions are still dependent on funds transferred from the central government, to carry out development and services to other publics

Implementation of Smoke Free Policy in the Workplace

Iriani, Atrika

Journal of Public Administration Studies Vol 3, No 2 (2018)
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This paper aims to explain the implementation of smoke free policy in Palembang city. The research method uses qualitative research type sourced from human instrument, event and document. Data collection technique with indepth interview, observation, and documentation.  The results of this study revealed that Implementation of smoke free policy in Palembang City has been implemented but there are still obstacles in the context of implementation such as lack of human resources, and implementation of local regulation KTR (no smoking area), lack of coordination between the Head of Institution and employees and the implementation of Justice Session to KTR offenders only limited to the provision of a reprimand, no one has been given administrative sanctions. So it is still found violations committed by tenants and visitors who smoke in the region without cigarettes. Factors that support the Implementation of local regulation KTR, including: has accommodated the Implementers of Policy Implementation, Head of Agencies and Public Interest. Availability of local regulation KTR stickers or the establishment of Internal Supervisory Team in Government Agencies in order to involve all security/Security Officers without exception.

The Importance of Work Satisfaction in Mediating The Relationship Between Superleader and Employee Performance

Fristin, Yuntawati

Journal of Public Administration Studies Vol 3, No 2 (2018)
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This research aims to analyse and explain the effect of Superleader on Work Satisfaction; the effect of Superleader on work performance; and the effect of Work Satisfaction on Work Performance. The number of samples used in this research is 240 people. The data is analysed by using Generalized Structured Component Analysis (GSCA). The result shows that Superleader has both positive and signifficant effect on work satisfaction, Superleader has positive effect but insignificant on work performance, and Job satisfaction has a positive and signifficant effect as well on work performance. While the indirect relationship between Superleader and Performance mediated by Job Satisfaction based on Sobel test shows significant effect. 

Placement of Regional Apparatus Based on Merit in Structural Position Based on System Thinking Approach

Qomariyah, Erni

Journal of Public Administration Studies Vol 3, No 2 (2018)
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Placement of structural officials in the Momahe City administration still holds the problem. The problem occurs because there is a different legal basis used in the placement of structural officials. For appointment of echelon II / b officials using PAN-RB Regulation no. 13/2014 on openly charging the Office of the Leader. As for the placement of Echelon III and IV still use Government Regulation no. 100/2000. In this last rule the role of the Agency for the consideration of position and rank is very dominant. This dominance led to the imposition of Echelon II structural officials under the prone to bureaucratic politicization. Novelty of this research is to see the reality of the problem of placement of structural positions by looking at the relationship between the elements with each other with systems thinking approach. This study aims to create a model of organizing the placement of structural positions in the city government Momahe. The results showed that systemically the placement of structural officials based on merit showed two behaviors, namely reinforcing and balancing.

The Regional Health Sovereignty Performance at the External Border Islands in Republic of Indonesia

As'ari, Hasim

Journal of Public Administration Studies Vol 3, No 2 (2018)
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The purpose of this study is to distinguish the organizational structure performance of the Natuna District Health Office as a regional government organization that carries out the health sector authority in border areas or outermost islands in Indonesia. The research used descriptive method in a qualitative approach and involved 12 informants which were analyzed in depth so as to explain the exact performance of the organizational structure. The results of the study explain that as an area that faces pressure from problems that are different from other regions in Indonesia, Natuna regency always allocates the good financial resources. However, the organizational structure performance which describes the organization and also the management still requires serious attention and continuous improvement efforts.

After Balanced Scoredcards Implementation: What Changes Does It Bring? (a Case of Ministry of Foreign Affairs Indonesia)

Sirait, Bernard

Journal of Public Administration Studies Vol 3, No 1 (2018)
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This paper aims to study the result of BSC implementation in Public Sector especially MoFA of the Republic of Indonesia and the impacts of BSC to MoFA’s performance indicators. The study used content analysis combined with the descriptive method in processing the data. Secondary data used were MoFA’s performance documents “Laporan Kinerja Tahunan” (LKJ) within 2014-2016. The result implied that BSC implementation has improved the number of MoFA’s Key Performance Indicator (KPI) significantly. It also affect human resources management situation. Moreover, the implementation of BSC has improved performance achievement of the MoFA’s KPI. However, the limitation of this paper is that the data used in this study is only secondary data about MoFA’s performance. The LKJ was submitted in order to fulfil the accountability obligation, and the achievement were mostly claimed by MoFA itself. This study give evidence of BSC implementation in public sector in Indonesia, a developing country. It suggests that public institution need to consider BSC implementation seriously, due to public performance improvement.

The Challenges of e-Procurement Implementation in Infrastructure Projects

Rizki, Alisia Ardita

Journal of Public Administration Studies Vol 3, No 1 (2018)
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This paper aims to explore the challenges of e-procurement implementation and how to overcome these challenges in infrastructure project of Ministry of Public Work and Housing. This study used secondary data analysis such as blue print, activity report, performance report and financial report. The data were collected on January 2018. The findings show that there are two key challenges of e-procurement implementation. Challenges in system specification are not only related to software integration and data management, but also legal and administration procedures and IT infrastructure. Challenges in implementation management are related to roll-out strategy and IT skills. However, there is no issue in IT outsourcing. Findings also show that there are impacts of e-procurement implementation on total cost of acquisition, organizational characteristics, and governance structure. Challenges can be overcome by establishing integrated e-procurement system and centralized database.