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Journal of Public Administration Studies
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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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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.
Health information inequalities and child healthcare: Evidence from Indonesia National Socio-Economic Survey 2013 Sujarwoto, Sujarwoto
Journal of Public Administration Studies Vol 3, No 1 (2018)
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This study for the first time examines the relationship between health information inequalities and child healthcare access in Indonesia, a developing country has been cited as one biggest emerging Internet users in the world. Data come from the Indonesian National Socio-Economic Survey (Susenas) 2013, which comprises 1.25 million individuals, 250 thousands households, and 497 districts. The results of descriptive and instrumental variable analysis indicate trend of widening disparities across socio-economic status and geographical areas in Internet and child immunisation access. A strong evidence for the causal flow running from a mother’s access to Internet to child immunisation is found. All instruments are highly correlated with mother’s access to Internet but uncorrelated with child immunisation. Supply factors across districts – particularly village health posts (posyandu) – are associated with child immunisation. The results are robust against individual, household and district socio-economic characteristics associated with child immunisation access. The results suggest that increasing mother’s access to Internet may bridge child immunisation disparities in Indonesia.
A Content Analysis of e-Government Practice in Indonesia: The Case of Pontianak Municipality Rahman, Syaiful
Journal of Public Administration Studies Vol 3, No 1 (2018)
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This paper aims to describee how the implementation of E-Government within public service provision in Pontianak City, West Kalimantan, Indonesia. This paper empirically investigated the implementation of e-Government by conducting a content analysis of the website portals developed by agencies under the jurisdiction and direction of Pontianak Municipality. The findings of the paper indicate that most of websites developed by government agencies vary in terms of e-government categories consisting of G2C, G2B, G2G, G2N, and G2E. In addition, those are in enhanced presence stage that means only employ e-Government to provide dynamic, specialized and regularly updated information. Based on the results, this paper suggests that the government needs to develop standards for agencies in terms of website design to optimize and promote the sustainable development through the benefits offered by e-Government. Despite having an important contribution for academics and practitioners, this study produced rather limited results because the author conducted the research only on agencies in a local government sphere, that is Pontianak Municipality. Therefore, it is highly recommended for further studies to do the research on a wider scope.
Decentralization and Rice Production in Bali Province Vavorita, Barlianti
Journal of Public Administration Studies Vol 3, No 1 (2018)
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This study want to explore the link between decentralization and rice production. Also Analyses the effectiveness of local government policy in controlling rice production. To examine this aim, it need to determine the factor influencing rice production in Indonesia which is then used to analyze the linkage with decentralization in Bali Province. In order to determine the significant factor influencing rice production, Linear Regression Analysis is used. This study tried to answer two research question, which are (1) What is the significant determinant factor that influencing rice production in Indonesia. and (2) How is the relationship between decentralization and rice production in Bali Province. This study used secondary data analysis. Data collected from Indonesia Statistic Agency, FAO, Worldbank and other necessary document. The result of this test shows that the R square is 0.995.  It means that the determinant factors are significantly influence the rice production in Indonesia, especially for rice area and fertilizer used. The agricultural employment is not significantly influence the rice production. Local government need to be more aware and sensitive of their people need, otherwise the people need to be more active through participation community.
The Concepts of Forest Governance Practices at Site Level in Indonesia Tampubolon, Longgak Arianto
Journal of Public Administration Studies Vol 3, No 1 (2018)
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This paper aims to explore the concept of forest governance practices at site level in Indonesia. It carried out content analysis by analyzing governmental regulations and related case studies from various authors. Indonesia recognizes four kinds of forest governance at site level such as hutan tanaman rakyat, hutan desa, hutan kemasyarakatan and kemitraan. All forms need local community involvement. The former three have connection with government, meanwhile the latter involves forest-related license. Some studies show their positive impact not only for community livelihoods but also for forest ecosystem. However, the common problems emerged from these implementations are characterized by weak local capability and bureaucratic process.
Strategic Management Process in the Making of Financial Statements in Ministry of Foreign Affairs Prayogo, Bambang
Journal of Public Administration Studies Vol 3, No 1 (2018)
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This Study aims to learn about the strategic management of Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the making of financial statement. It was carried out in Financial Bureau of Ministry od Forein Affairs in Jakarta. The result reveal that the strategic management process in the making of financial statement in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs are consist of strategy formulation, strategy implementation, and strategy evaluation. The important point to be noticed is the stakeholder analysis hadn’t been used properly and the TOWS matrix wasn’t used to formulate strategy development.
Employee Transfer: a Review of Recent Literature Budiman, Arif
Journal of Public Administration Studies Vol 3, No 1 (2018)
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The purpose of this paper is to summarize the current state of research on organization’s support for transferred employee during relocation by identifying and analyzing issues about work relocation. And to present the alternative approaches in handling relocation to be more supportive toward employees. This research used systematic literature review method to conduct a brief selective review of relocation theories and its applications. The results obtained, based on literature reviews and analyses, are the identification of several issues about employee relocation such as stress, relocation packages/programs, willingness to relocate, perceived organizational support (POS), family issue - spouse and children, and politics in transfers. The findings suggest that organizations should be more supportive toward employees.

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