The Behavior Of Bureaucracy in Application of Transparency, Participatory, and Accountability Services Procurement at Sidenreng Rappang Regency

Dr. Jamaluddin Ahmad, Astinah Adnan

Abstract


Application of transparency, participation, and accountability in the procurement process of goods and services is in need to achieve good governance. Local governments Sidenreng Rappang has committed to implement through regulation principles so important to study. Therefore, this study aims to determine the principles of transparency, participation, and accountability and bureaucratic behavior that influence the process of procuring goods and services.

This type of research is descriptive qualitative data collection techniques through documents, questionnaires, and informants. The data were then analyzed using qualitative descriptive analysis.

Behavioral results showed that bureaucracy tends political types in the application of the principles of transparency, participation, and accountability services for goods and services. This supported the existence of a Representative Observer of Society (ROS) that help implement it. The factors that influence still more in human resources and the enforcement of sanctions against irregularities rules or procedures.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/jpag.v4i1.5451

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