Akuntabilitas Kinerja Bidang Pertamanan DISPERKIM Kota Malang Dalam Mewujudkan Good Governance

Febri Herdiansyah Rahmaddhana

Abstract


Good governance is interpreted as a minimum state and realized in the form of accountability with form liabilty to the people. The purpose of this paper is to describe the embodiment of performance accountability in DISPERKIM Parks Sector, Malang City. This paper is also based on the development concept of performance measurement from Sepkle and Verbeteen (2014) through 3 indicators of operational use, incentive use, and explanatory use. The results of this study are: 1) operational use: in organizational operational planning and preparation of budget allocations is strongly influenced by institutional restructuring and the influence of regional heads in determining bureaucratic efficiency; 2) incentive use: the number of employees namely 214 people can only reach the target of 78.45%, so it’s not surprising that Malang City still receives accountability reports in the BB category; 3) explanatory use: in the formulation of strategy and communication’s goal, the head of the department and the chief of sector are only limited to reviewing every quarter only, meaning there is no subordinate involvement in the formulation of strategy. For strategy and learning management it’s known that Parks Sector minimizes program and activity budgets, so that it’s used as a reference in observing budget absorption.


Keywords


Good Governance, Sepkle & Verbeteen, Akuntabilitas Kinerja, DISPERKIM Bidang Pertamanan Kota Malang

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