The Bureaucracy Transformation of Regional Development Planning Board (Bappeda) of Langkat Regency, North Sumatra Province in Realizing The Effectiveness of Regional Development Planning

Beti Nasution, Nurbani ., Lina Sudarwati


This study aimed to analyze'1) The transformation of the bureaucracy in Bappeda Langkat. 2) The effectiveness of regional development planning that was formulated by Bappeda Langkat. This research uses descriptive methods with qualitative and quantitative approaches. Primary data collection techniques were performed with in-depth interview, observation and questionnaire. And secondary data collections were done by studying books, literature and related documents. The analytical methods that used are qualitative analysis by Miles and Huberman Model, and quantitative analysis using performance importance matrix. Research result; 1) Bappeda Langkat has transformed its bureaucracy but not optimal, there is still weaknesses in the transformation of the bureaucracy, such as commitment of leaders still not optimal, the working atmosphere is still less good, quality improvement of human resources as required, but not all employees can take part in education and training, and there is no evaluation of the implementation of education and training, incentives have not been executed publicly, not fair and not yet feasible. 2) area development planning has not been effective due; a) the funds were used for indirect expenditure greater than direct expenditures (contruction). b) drafting process was not conducted in a holistic and integrated manner and not done in the deliberative. A pattern of decision-making in determining the program and budget has not involving the community in the overall development process.

Keywords: the transformation of the bureaucracy, the effectiveness of regional planning.

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