A Model of Policy Implementation of Integrated Self-Sufficient City on Transmigration Area (A Case Study in Northern Bengkulu, Bengkulu Province)

Iqbal M. Mujtahid, Sri Suwitri, Bambang Supriyono, Sofjan Aripin

Abstract


Development policy in Indonesia is already in the Netherlands starting in colonial times. One of the specified is a transmigration program. This program aims to address the population existence of inequality distribution especially in Java with outside Java, the program evolved into one of the national integration program. As for the approach used in this study is a descriptive approach. The reason for using a descriptive qualitative research methods are intended to describe the phenomenon implementation of development policies and development, self-sufficient city known as (KTM) Lagita in North Bengkulu Regency. In this study data collected consisted of primary data and secondary data. Primary data in data form obtained or collected through interview about KTM Lagita. The primary research studies is very related to the concept of public administration science, policy development and TM development originated and created by Government (management) as a function of dynamic country (Organization), which aims to create the effectiveness and efficiency of the tasks implementation of Government and State. KTM policies in North Bengkulu Regency can be concluded that this policy implementation activity for KTM begins with policy instruments. Policy instrument for KTM is done through the implementation of policy instruments program activities, and it does KTM Pokja (Working Group) formation meeting of the regional coordination.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/jsss.v5i1.11459

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