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JKAP (Jurnal Kebijakan dan Administrasi Publikasi), dengan nomor p-ISSN: 0852-9213, e-ISSN: 2477-4693, adalah jurnal multidisiplin berskala nasional yang mencakup berbagai pokok persoalan dalam kajian ilmu-ilmu administrasi publik. Secara khusus JKAP menaruh perhatian pada pokok-pokok persoalan tentang perkembangan ilmu kebijakan dan administrasi publik, administrasi pembangunan, otonomi daerah, birokrasi dan aparatur negara, desentralisasi, ilmu ekonomi dan studi pembangunan, manajemen publik, kebijakan dan pemerintahan, serta ilmu sosial lain mencakup ilmu kesehatan masyarakat, politik fiskal, dan perencanaan wilayah.
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Investigating Digital (Dis)engagement of Open Government: Case Study of One Data Indonesia

Soegiono, Agie Nugroho

JKAP (Jurnal Kebijakan dan Administrasi Publik) Vol 22, No 1 (2018): May
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Over the last decade, Indonesia has achieved remarkable progress in promoting transparent andinclusive development through implementing open government principles. This research investigatesone of the open government projects in Indonesia- One Data Indonesia (ODI), a one-stop opengovernment data portal that provides accurate, reliable, and interoperable single-reference datafor the public to use and redistribute without any limitation. The study aims to highlight thecurrent updates on open data implementation in Indonesia and the challenges that may hinder itsapplication in future. The study is an action research, conducted through the participation of theauthor in a three-month internship programme at the Executive Office of the President Republic ofIndonesia. Data on the portal’s engagement was based on Google Analytics. This study finds thatthere is disengagement in open data implementation, which is reflected by a small percentage ofavailable datasets and an imbalance in user access across Indonesia. This study argues that thedisengagement is due to several factors, including irrelevant and uncertain regulatory frameworks,confusion over setting priority goals, inadequate data infrastructure, and limited digital-literatehuman resource. Despite high investment and expectations from the portal, the benefits and civicengagement it has generated so far remain questionable.

Evaluating The Use of Paralegal Approach in Policy Advocacy

Daneswara, Ramaditya Rahardian, Haryanti, Rina Herlina, S Kurnia, Nadya Audina

JKAP (Jurnal Kebijakan dan Administrasi Publik) Vol 22, No 1 (2018): May
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The purpose of this paper is to explore the approach adopted by workers’ organizations in Surakarta city to use paralegal services in an effort to change the formula used in calculating minimum wage in government regulation No.  78 / 2015.  Data were collected using interview and documentation techniques.  Data obtained in the field were analyzed using qualitative methods, that by understanding meaning of the phenomenon and making theoretical interpretation.  Results of the research showed that advocacy to reject the formula used in calculating the minimum wage based on government regulation No.78/2015 using several ways that included influencing policy implementation, managing   public opinion and creating space for a movement that opposes the policy. The study shows that workers who were strongly opposed to government regulation No.78/2015, used various policy advocacy channels to press their case, that included  attempt to influence the implementation of the regulation, influence public opinion of the adverse impact of the regulation on worker wellbeing, and portraying the poor condition of workers’ welfare that requires government through actions that support higher wages  rather than efforts that reduce their future incomes. 

Assessing The Contribution of The People’s Education Program (Prodira) Policy Toward Senior High School Education Performance in Gorontalo Province

arwildayanto, arwildayanto arwildayanto

JKAP (Jurnal Kebijakan dan Administrasi Publik) Vol 22, No 1 (2018): May
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The purpose of the study is to assess the effectiveness of people’s education program (PRODIRA).The study used a mixed research methods approach with concurrently embedded, combinationmodel of the qualitative and quantitative methods. The data were collected using interview,documentation and observation techniques from respondents who included headmasters, teachers,exchequers, students’ parents and school committee members in senior high schools, vocationaland Islamic senior high schools (SMA/SMK/MA) in Gorontalo Province. The results indicated thatthe implementation of PRODIRA program by the Provincial Government of Gorontalo has beeneffective in enhancing quality of performance of Senior High School Education (SLTA ) in GorontaloProvince as reflected in the increase of knowledge index, increased availability of SMA/SMK/MAinstitutions, percentage of schools that are categorized as being in good condition and a declinein school dropout rates.

Does More Spending on Education Matter to Human Capital Formation? Study Case of Bengkulu Province, Indonesia

Nurfitriani, Nurfitriani, Hartarto, Romi Bhakti

JKAP (Jurnal Kebijakan dan Administrasi Publik) Vol 22, No 1 (2018): May
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Based on Statistics Indonesia (BPS), Indonesia will face a demographic bonus era during 2020-2035. That implies that the number of productive-age population will be higher than elderly peopleand children (dependents). This phenomenon offers an opportunity due to a lower dependencyburden. However, the situation could be catastrophic if the government is not ready to equip theproductive age population with necessary skills. The objective of this study is to determine whetheror not higher spending on education has positive influence on human capital formation in BengkuluProvince. The research used panel data analysis of ten regions in Bengkulu Province for the 2010-2014 periods. Research results showed that spending on education does not have significant impacton human capital development, while women empowerment and infrastructure have positive effecton human capital. Our results imply that more spending on education does not matter if it is notsupported by quality infrastructure that makes education facilities accessible.

Locally-Generated Revenue as A Capacity Parameters of New Regional Autonomy Management

Darmi, Titi

JKAP (Jurnal Kebijakan dan Administrasi Publik) Vol 22, No 1 (2018): May
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Non-human resources play a role in the implementation of the New Autonomous Region (DOB) one of which is the financial resources of the region. In order for the financial capacity of the region can be managed optimally then the appropriate method is to increase its management capacity. The study was conducted in Seluma District as the autonomy mandate of new autonomous regions. The objective of the research is to analyze the extent of the financial management capacity of Seluma Regency as a DOB provider. The research approach is done by qualitative descriptive method, data source is derived from secondary data in the form of, records of financial condition, documentation, financial report that is Report of Result of Inspection (LHP) from BPK, report of APBD realization and regulations related to financial management implementation. Primary data comes from interviews and FGDs to informants. Data analysis through data collection, data condensation, data presentation and decision making or data verification. The results show that the financial management capacity of Seluma Regency has not been done effectively and efficiently, confirmed by the following conditions: 1) the results of supervision of the implementation of the work program found many cases of TGR; 2) low PAD that only contribute 3% range to APBD; 3) financial management got WDP opinion from BPK during last 3 years.

"Wrong Majors Phenomenon": a Challenge for Indonesia in Molding Globally Competent Human Resources to Encounter Demographic Dividend

Ali, Rizaldy

JKAP (Jurnal Kebijakan dan Administrasi Publik) Vol 22, No 1 (2018): May
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The growth of youth population has now become a strategic consideration of global trends predicted by 2030. In many parts of the world, the growth of youth population is increasingly uncontrolled. According to the Central Agency on Statistics, it revealed that Indonesias population is dominated by a productive age group that is between 15-64 years old. This condition shows that Indonesia is moving into an era of demographic dividend. However, the fact that the human development index of Indonesia is too low; Indonesia ranked 110 out of 188 countries in the world and with massive numbers of academic unemployment, as if showing the unpreparedness of Indonesia in facing demographic dividend. This paper, attempts to highlight upon; the immense impact of mistaking majors to the human resource competence. Examine the key factors of wrong majors phenomenon, and how do implications arise when students are incorrectly selected. The research used a descriptive method; source data ascribed to field research; and study of literature. Through this research, the most striking findings are: the key factors that trigger wrong majors phenomenon that is caused by the influence of significant person statistics, low passing grade becoming their consideration to be accepted in college; they didn’t gain any intensive preparation for going to college; the existence of consciousness upon the demands of experts, so that they preferred majors based on what the market needs not relying on their interest; and also the fears for not doing anything after graduating from high school. Mistaking majors implies towards the psychic of the college student; such as, highly vulnerable to being stressed because they are not able to adjust to the learning process. 

Water and Society: Contextualization of Science in Politics and Public Policy

Seftyono, Cahyo, Setiawan, Andy Bangkit, Arditama, Erisandi

JKAP (Jurnal Kebijakan dan Administrasi Publik) Vol 21, No 2 (2017): November
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A study of science today is inseparable from a diversity of contexts. This is also reflected in society’s discourse on the positioning of science itself. To that end, principles of science cannot be actualized as such, rather must be underpinned by society needs that are reflected in research and pre requisites of science manifested in reengineered forms. Findings that relate to the environment, especially water, are crucial today in many areas.   By using a comparative and in-depth interview methodologies in a qualitative manner, this article which is based on a research that was conducted during   2008-2016 period in Code- Yogyakarta city (Indonesia), Air Panas Diwak- Semarang (Indonesia), Umbul Cokro-Klaten (Indonesia), Rawa Pening-Salatiga district (Indonesia), Curug Kalisidi- Semarang city (Indonesia) and Tasik Chini- Negeri Pahang (Malaysia), makes it interesting for a variety of reasons. First, based on a lot of previous literature, this article makes an argument that water with all its manifestations and forms, must have the quality of fulfilling needs of society. Water as an integral part of science, is accorded the position of a subject as well as an object in relation to society. 

Good Governance, Performance Based Budgeting and SKPD Budget Quality SKPD (The Case of A Structural Model Approach)

Octariani, Devie, Akram, Akram, Animah, Animah

JKAP (Jurnal Kebijakan dan Administrasi Publik) Vol 21, No 2 (2017): November
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The aims of this study are to examine and analyze the influence of implementing good governance and performance based budgeting on the quality of budgets of local government offices (SKPD). This research used analytical techniques that included  Partial Least Square (smartPLS) 3.0, while goal setting theory was used in o explaining  the phenomenon of budget qualities.  The population of the study was all  SKPDs in  Sumbawa Regency.  Meanwhile, 94 respondents, who were selected using purposive sampling method served as respondents. The inclusion of SKPD was conditional on it having been examined for compliance with service quality considerations by   Ombudsman in 2015.   Data was collected using the questionnaire technique. The results of this study showed that the implementation of good governance and performance based budgeting through  district contributes to improvement in budget quality. The implications of this study is that local governments should implement principles of good governance and performance based budgeting they aim to improve the quality of public services they deliver. 

The Significance of Village Data for Village Development: Students’ Community Development Program Experience (Kuliah Kerja Lapangan) – Universities Contribution to Village Development

Rachmawati, Tutik, Herwanto, Trisno Sakti, Wicaksono, Kristian Widya

JKAP (Jurnal Kebijakan dan Administrasi Publik) Vol 21, No 2 (2017): November
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It is common knowledge that development planning at the village level is rarely based on valid and updated data. Students and lecturers in the Public Administration Department Parahyangan Catholic University, who have been working with villages in West Java Province for several decades encountered situations to support that argument. It is difficult to obtain valid and updated data to use as evidence in developing initiatives and programs for the village development. Students’ Community Development Program (Kuliah Kerja Lapangan henceforth KKL themed  Universities Contribution to Village Development  was initiated with the goal of  improving  the quality of data in rural areas (Garut District) by  collecting and updating village data,  developing the capacity of  village government leaders and staff to collect and update village data on their own. This paper discusses three major works that the Students’ Community Development Program (KKN) themed Universities Contribution to Village Development have made. The three areas relate to 1) elaboration of the logic of the program; (2) discussion of the process of data collection and analysis of data in the three villages; and (3) discussion of output and outcomes of the program. Research action, as Lewin argues, has three goals: to advance knowledge; to improve a concrete situation; and to improve behavioral science methodology. This paper presents a case study that shows the existence of a problem in a community, and concrete actions taken to solve it   through the application of knowledge acquired through Community Development Program (KKL) experience of Universitas Membangun Desa. 

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JKAP (Jurnal Kebijakan dan Administrasi Publik) Vol 21, No 2 (2017): November
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