Jurnal Ilmu Administrasi Negara ASIAN (Asosiasi Ilmuwan Administrasi Negara)

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Chika Putri Aprilia, Tri Sulistyaningsih, Salahudin Salahudin
Jurnal Ilmu Administrasi Negara ASIAN (Asosiasi Ilmuwan Administrasi Negara), Volume 10, pp 353-366; https://doi.org/10.47828/jianaasian.v10i1.81

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The purpose of this study is to analyze the problems and supporting factors of the implementation of the Covid-19 vaccination policy carried out by the East Kutai District Health Office in North Sangatta District. This research is important to do in order to enrich research on the implementation of the Covid-19 vaccination policy so that it can be used as a reference and comparison for further research. The theory used in this research is the theory of policy implementation according to George Edward which states that there are four crucial variables in policy implementation. In this study using a descriptive approach with qualitative research methods. Sources of data used are secondary data and primary data taken from interviews with several respondents who are the people of North Sangatta District and also from the Health Office of East Kutai Regency, both interviews and data in other forms. The findings obtained are that people who carry out the second dose of vaccination tend to decrease for several reasons, one of which is that some people only follow the first vaccine as a condition for traveling outside the region. In general, the implementation of the Covid-19 vaccination in North Sangatta District itself has been carried out well according to the technical instructions for the Covid-19 vaccination implementation, but there are several things that still need to be improved so that the implementation of the Covid-19 vaccination in North Sangatta District is getting better. to the future.
Asep Saripudin, Leo Agustino, Ipah Ema Jumiati
Jurnal Ilmu Administrasi Negara ASIAN (Asosiasi Ilmuwan Administrasi Negara), Volume 10, pp 325-339; https://doi.org/10.47828/jianaasian.v10i1.72

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In order to implement the provisions of Article 3 paragraph (1) of Peraturan pemerintah number 18 of 2016 concerning Regional Apparatuses, the Banten Provincial Government needs to stipulate Regional Regulations concerning the Formation and Composition of Regional Apparatuses. Based on this mandate, the Banten Provincial Government on November 23, 2016 promulgated the Banten Province Regional Peraturan Daerah Number 8 of 2016 concerning the Formation and Composition of Regional Apparatuses. The regional regulations are explained in the Peraturan Gubernur Number 83 of 2016 concerning the position, main tasks, functions, types, organizational structures and work procedures of the Banten Province Regional Apparatus. Regional apparatus organizations must be flexible and adaptive to regulatory changes and are expected to accommodate the needs of changes in society. For this reason, an organizational structure is needed to regulate the relationship between sections and subsections in the structure of an organization that is rich in functions. The regional apparatus organization is the regional secretariat which carries out the duties and functions of the regional secretariat. With this situation, the implementation of regional government, which is related to and or originates from the composition, organizational structure, as well as the implementation of the duties and functions of regional apparatus as the organizer of regional government affairs and identifies alternative arrangements of regional apparatus that are more in line with the needs of the vision and mission of the regional head. The data analysis technique in this study was carried out using qualitative methods through a juridical-normative approach, sociological empirical and institutional theory approach.
Riska Ayu Lestary, Krishno Hadi, Ach. Apriyanto Romadhan
Jurnal Ilmu Administrasi Negara ASIAN (Asosiasi Ilmuwan Administrasi Negara), Volume 10, pp 340-352; https://doi.org/10.47828/jianaasian.v10i1.82

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This study examined the Program Desa Berdaya which is a form of the East Java Provincial Government with the aim to help improve the economy of rural communities in East Java, it is the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic. In this paper uses policy implementation theory that analyzes the Empowered Village program with 4 variables, namely: (1) Analysis of Policy Content Between Policy Levels (2) Institutions and Policy Implementing Resources (3) Program Socialization (4) Program Target Group Response. This research uses qualitative methods through descriptive approaches with data collection techniques through observation, documentation, and interviews. This research was conducted for 2 months at the Lamongan Regency Community and Village Empowerment Office. The results of the study showed that this program provides assistance to villages to realize products that will become village icons, the involvement of local governments ranging from provinces, districts/cities to villages is very influential on the success of the Empowered Village Program. In its implementation, of course, there are several mechanisms that are carried out. The realization of the Empowered Village program went well because the village had implemented several indicators of success that had been set out in the program guidelines.
ShellyA Salsabila, Aidinil Zetra, Roni Ekha Putera
Jurnal Ilmu Administrasi Negara ASIAN (Asosiasi Ilmuwan Administrasi Negara), Volume 9, pp 314-324; https://doi.org/10.47828/jianaasian.v9i2.65

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In life, the role of service is very large, including public service. Every service agency is obliged to improve the quality of service. The poor quality of public services in Indonesia must be immediately addressed by the government. One of the government's efforts to improve the quality of public services is by utilizing advances in information technology in the process of governance. This is known as e-government or the administration of electronic or internet-based government. The process of implementing e-government through several stages, web presence, interaction, transaction and transformation. One way to improve services is to follow the development of more effective information technology. So that it can encourage the government to accelerate e-government, which is an effort to improve electronic-based government services. With the e-government system, it is hoped that every public service agency can provide an increase in the quality of public services that are more transparent, effective and efficient. For online services, the people of Padang City can already access it, but there are still a number of obstacles in its operation. This study aims to determine the application of e-government in making ID cards at the Population and Civil Registration Office of Padang City. This study uses the theory of Nugroho (2007), the stages of development of the implementation of e-government in Indonesia are divided into four and to see the indicators of effectiveness using the theory of Sondang P Siagian. Data collection techniques are interviews, documentation and observation. The research method used is qualitative with descriptive type. The informant selection technique was purposive sampling and tested the validity of the researcher's data by triangulation of sources. The results of the study indicate that public services at the Padang City Population and Civil Registration Service in using the website are still not effective. There are still obstacles in its implementation, which are related to servers and networks that sometimes have problems, besides that socialization needs to be improved so that public and bureaucrats awareness increases in utilizing e-government development in Padang City
Ju Im, Sri Indarti, Titi Darmi
Jurnal Ilmu Administrasi Negara ASIAN (Asosiasi Ilmuwan Administrasi Negara), Volume 9, pp 303-313; https://doi.org/10.47828/jianaasian.v9i2.74

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The recovery policy for Micro Small, and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) during the COVID-19 pandemic has been implemented by the Central Bengkulu Regency Government. This study examines the implementation of MSME recovery policies in Central Bengkulu using the Community theory of David C. Korten. The analysis is targeted to provide recommendations in terms of the interests of the MSME community and the orientation of the public interest. The results showed that the MSME recovery program was through the assistance of Banpres/productive business capital and the Regional Incentive Fund in Central Bengkulu Regency. In general, the implementation of the recovery of MSMEs in the Bengkulu Tengah Regency has been running according to the procedure. The policies implemented have played a role in helping and supporting the recovery of MSMEs to survive and thrive. Several obstacles, dynamics arise in the implementation and sustainability of policies on a community basis. Effective policy development needs to be accompanied by intensive cluster-based follow-up assistance. It is necessary to systematically update digital-based MSME data for coaching with programmatic and continuous consolidation.
Pancawati Sugiharti Multiningsih, Arenawati Arenawati, Rina Yulianti
Jurnal Ilmu Administrasi Negara ASIAN (Asosiasi Ilmuwan Administrasi Negara), Volume 9, pp 291-302; https://doi.org/10.47828/jianaasian.v9i2.73

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This study focuses on the analysis of local tax management strategies in an effort to increase PAD in Serang City. The theory uses SWOT analysis according to Hunger (2017: 23) which includes factors of strength (strength), weakness (weakness), opportunities (opportunities) and threats (threats). The research method uses case studies. The research approach uses a qualitative approach with a qualitative descriptive design. Research informants from BPKAD elements of Serang City, secretary of Commission III DPRD Serang City for Finance and Regional Assets, and hotel, restaurant and entertainment companies. Data analysis using data analysis techniques Miles and Huberman. The results of the study show that the SO (Strenghs to Opportunity) strategy is by adding local tax services that are carried out online, and adding new local taxpayers through data collection activities or direct surveys to the location of business activities engaged in hotels, restaurants and entertainment, WO strategy (Weakness to Opportunity) by adding field officers to carry out data collection and survey activities for business actors, especially small and medium-sized businesses that have not been registered as local taxpayers, ST Strategy (Strenghs to Threats) by utilizing the Serang City BPKAD website to periodic reporting of local taxes to the public, the WT (Weakness to Threats) strategy by means of publicity of local tax information can utilize print media and electronic media.
Boston Raymond Sihotang, Edi Susilo, Jumino Jumino
Jurnal Ilmu Administrasi Negara ASIAN (Asosiasi Ilmuwan Administrasi Negara), Volume 9, pp 261-278; https://doi.org/10.47828/jianaasian.v9i2.63

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This study aims to describe the synergy between TNI and Polri in countering terrorism. This research uses a mixed method with a SWOT analysis (Strength, Weakness, Opportunity, and Threat) to find the best strategies in increasing the synergy between TNI and Polri in countering terrorism. This research concludes that there is a need for a Presidential Decree which contains technical operational regulations so that the TNI's involvement mechanism is clearer in countering terrorism, command and control in countering acts of terrorism is one of the main factors that determine the success of operations. The ability of the TNI and Polri to cope with actions terrorism is still not optimal because of the lack of intensity of joint training in counterterrorism, as well as a narrow, negative and overblown understanding of "esprit de corps" will have negative implications for application in everyday life and in assignment situations, especially in counterterrorism involving the TNI and Polri.d short conclusion. The abstract should only be typed in one paragraph and one-column format.
Vojana Vojana, Delly Maulana, Rachmi Yulianti
Jurnal Ilmu Administrasi Negara ASIAN (Asosiasi Ilmuwan Administrasi Negara), Volume 9, pp 314-323; https://doi.org/10.47828/jianaasian.v9i2.79

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The City Without Slums Program (KOTAKU) is one of the many strategic efforts of the Directorate General of Human Settlements, Ministry of Public Works and Public Housing to assist disaster management in Indonesia and support the “100-0-100 Movement”, namely 100% universal access to drinking water, 0 % collection, and 100% access to proper sanitation. The general objective of this program is to increase access to basic infrastructure and services that are used to support livable, productive, and sustainable use. To achieve achievements in implementing the KOTAKU program, it is necessary to have cooperation or collaboration between the government, the community, and the private sector. Because the role of policy actors greatly determines success in policy formulation, policy implementation considers the consequences of the policies that have been made. Therefore, the purpose of this research is how the collaboration of the actors involved and the role of each actor is. The methodology used in this research is a qualitative method with a descriptive approach carried out through in-depth interviews, observation, and documentation. The results of this study indicate that this program has been implemented optimally, but the results have not been appropriately implemented. The actors who collaborate in the KOTAKU program are DisPERKIM, DPUPR, BAPPEDA, BKM, and the community.
Wahyu Fajar H, Marsudi Marsudi, Rino Ardhian Nugroho
Jurnal Ilmu Administrasi Negara ASIAN (Asosiasi Ilmuwan Administrasi Negara), Volume 9, pp 279-290; https://doi.org/10.47828/jianaasian.v9i2.48

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There are obstacles in the development of Cemoro Village as a community and culture-based tourism village which makes the development process of a tourism village not conducted optimally. The obstacles faced are the lack of coordination between the Tourism Awareness Group (Pokdarwis) and the Cemoro government and the Department of Culture, Youth, and Sports of Temanggung Regency, the lack of facilities and infrastructure to support the development of the tourist village, and the lack of public awareness in developing and maintaining the existing natural, cultural, and religious potential. Therefore, there must be planning suggestions in the process of developing the tourist village.The author used the theory of the strategic planning process according to Bryson which has eight steps. In this study, the authors used only four of Bryson's eight strategic planning processes: assessing the external environment, assessing the internal environment, identifying strategic issues faced by the organization, and formulating strategic strategies to manage these issues. This research used descriptive qualitative research methods and quantitative research methods. The research location was in Cemoro Village, Wonoboyo District, Temanggung Regency. The primary data sources were obtained through informants and sources, and the secondary data sources were obtained through archives and documents. The data collection techniques were in the form of interview, observation, documents, and questionnaires. The sampling was done by sampling technique, and the data validity was done by using source triangulation technique. the data analysis techniques were done by conducting Qualitative Analysis, SWOT Analysis, and Litmus Test. From the results of research using the litmus test, there are 4 issues that are very strategic, including: maximizing coordination with related agencies to increase tourism potential, building facilities and infrastructure by involving the local community, conducting discussion with the community about the importance of preserving nature that can be tourism potential, and optimizing cooperation with communities/volunteers to conduct training on tourism management.
Dida Daniarsyah, Rusdi Rusdi
Jurnal Ilmu Administrasi Negara ASIAN (Asosiasi Ilmuwan Administrasi Negara), Volume 9, pp 176-189; https://doi.org/10.47828/jianaasian.v9i1.52

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This article tries to analyze the problems of business processes procurement of Candidate of Civil Servant (CPNS) during the Covid-19 pandemic. The formulation of research problems is that business process services of CPNS at the Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries are less effective during pandemics. Problems found in the field include the inefficiency of time in business processes of recruitment and selection subprocesses. This study uses qualitative descriptive approach with empirical study method at the Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries. Adoption of technology utilization, recruitment and selection procedures based on the needs of priority positions, business process of selection time is not simultaneous, intensive coordination business process between implementing agencies and responsible agencies can be a model of business processes procurement CPNS non-natural national disaster period
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