Policy Effectivity of Government Internal Supervision Body (APIP) To Actualize Clean, and Free of Corruption, Collusion, and Nepotism Government in Indonesia
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Research Paper | Economics | Indonesia | Volume 3 Issue 9, September 2014

Policy Effectivity of Government Internal Supervision Body (APIP) To Actualize Clean, and Free of Corruption, Collusion, and Nepotism Government in Indonesia

Sudaryanto, Edy

One of the reinforcement in a bureaucracy reformation program is the control based on the bureaucracy reformation roadmap in 2010-2014 which has been controlled in KEMENPANs Regulations. Its purpose is to develop the clean and free government from corruption, collusion, and also nepotism. In micro level agencies, this reinforcement was done in two programs. First is the application of internal controlling government in every organization. It is expected that this program would be able to improve the obedience, efficiency, and effectiveness of executing of their main tasks and functions. Secondly, the improvement role of Government Internal Supervision Body Aparat Pengawasan Intern Pemerintah (APIP) as a quality assurance and consultant, expected to improve the quality of countrys financial management accountability. Based on article 24 (2) Constitution in the Government Regulation (PP) Number 79 in 2005 about Local Governments Guidance, Development, Supervision, as well as Application, APIP consists of Department Inspectorate, Non Department Government Agencies Supervision Unit, Province Inspectorate, and Regency/City Inspectorate. Moreover, based on an article 49 (1) Constitution in the Government Regulation (PP) Number 60 in 2008 about Government Internal Control System (SPIP), APIP consists of Development and Finance Controlling Board (BPKP), Inspectorate General or other agency that is functioning and doing the intern supervision, Province Inspectorate, and Regency/City Inspectorate. Government policy in public sector and also Regulation that regulate APIP, become the main pillars as criteria to measure whether the government institution succeeded or failed in performing its mission. According to Mustopadidjaja (2003), the policy system is one of the institutional arrangement or media which has a role in accomplishing all or part of the policy process (formulation, implementation, policy performance evaluation) that accommodate technical and sociopolitical process. Policy system is also related to the interaction in dynamic factors, such as the policy of environment, policy maker, group targets as well as the policy itself.

Keywords: Regulation, APIPs, Good Governance

Edition: Volume 3 Issue 9, September 2014

Pages: 306 - 310

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Sudaryanto, Edy, "Policy Effectivity of Government Internal Supervision Body (APIP) To Actualize Clean, and Free of Corruption, Collusion, and Nepotism Government in Indonesia", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/search_index_results_paperid.php?id=SEP1461, Volume 3 Issue 9, September 2014, 306 - 310

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