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Journal of New Government Paradigmn Vol.1 No.2 “Bureaucracy Reform”

Editorial

Welcome to the second edition of our Internatioanal Journal on New Paradigm of Government. As it first edition, the journal keep on promoting good governance through any researches or academic writing publication. This time, the theme is Bureucracy Reform that perfom seven distinguished writings from mostly practioners in the Ministry of Home Affairs.  We start the  journey of reformation by Diah Anggreani who wrote  Bureucracy Reform in the Empirical Perspective and Patology. As a former General Secretary in the Ministry of Home Affairs she argued that pathology of bureucracy has weaken the performance of bureaucracy. The Patology is risen due to the widely big structure and unfocused authority, lack of coordination dan ego of institutions in addtion to bribery existed culturs in society.

Our college from Mindanao State University also participated sharing their research on Perceived Availability of Inmates Social Services and Problems Encountered: The Case of Provincial Jail, Lanao Del Sur, Philippines. Professor Milhaya Dianalan and colloages argue that a social service would empower the primary needs of any human beings including spiritual services. Discussing Bureucracy Reform on Population Administration is the main talk of Irman who is currently served as General Director of Population and Civil Registration. He found that the effectiveness and efficiency in using population database has significant correlation with the improvement of public services. It is also energizing to read The Leadership Who Served in Reformation Bureaucracy in DKI Jakarta Governor Leadership who promotes the necessaty of change of leadership to be more open and serving that will lead the bureacracy efficiency and capacity.  It is described by Ahmad Zubaidi who is currently a Head of Education and Training Agency in Ministry of Home Affairs.

In addition to the previus research, Yuswandi Tumenggung who is served as a General Secretary of Ministy of Home Affairs wrote on Bureaucracy Reform in Indonesia Development Planning. He found that reformation should be a systematically changed on institutions, apparathur, procedure and planning which is one another strongly correlated. Bambang Supriadi, a lecture in Institute of Internal Affairs  argues on Public Services Bureucracy Reform in Tore Ndao Regency, he found that as new local government in eastern isolated regency, the leadership shows a good point to produce more public services in the society.  The last article present  by  Rahyuni Rauf a member of AIPI Pekanbaru, who wrote  Role of Community Reform in Bureucracy in Indonesia. The argument is that the the reform demands of society should to be involved in the process of governance and development, the role of the community can be implemented in the formulation process of planning, implementation, administration, supervision, direction, reporting and appraisal (evaluation) on governance and development.

Finally, the bureucracy reformation could be the most often said terminology, many researches and debatable argument presented only to show the expectation of a better bureucracy function as executor of regulations, the extended hand of government to serve the public. We are grateful for having us as one of your reading source. We will keep up continued to sphered the research and academic debate on government.  Happy reading.

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