Build A Government Free of KKN Elements Through the Bunishing Bureaucracy System

Bambang Martin Baru, Sripeni Rusbiyanti, Retno Iswati, Mudji Rahardjo


The problem of irregularities in government administration is due to the many cases of corruption in the practice of government administration, both at the central level to the village level. For this reason, efforts to build a clean government are the main agenda in bureaucratic structuring. There are two main factors that influence the formation of a clean government, namely the human factor and the bureaucratic system factor. The human factor must have high values of morality and integrity in carrying out its functions and duties as government administrators, because the value of morality is a fortress from within the individual to keep himself away from acts of corruption. Meanwhile, the bureaucratic system factor must be able to be realized in minimizing the gaps and spaces for government administrators to commit deviant actions, because many corrupt behavior is caused by a system that allows for deviant actions. For this reason, it is necessary to organize a more complicated bureaucratic system that is oriented towards performance achievements to realize effectiveness, efficiency, adaptability and the ability to innovate. The Banishing Bureaucracy System as a strategy can be a solution to create a credible bureaucratic system and minimize the occurrence of irregularities. As a strategy in building a clean government, free from elements of corruption, collusion and nepotism (KKN), in the form of a program that clearly defines the vision, mission, objectives and main functions of the government, namely serving the community by always promoting change and social dynamics. The five strategies for changing the bureaucratic system are: the core strategy (center strategy), the consequence strategy, the customer strategy, and the cultural strategy.

Keywords: Clean government, KKN, Bunishing Bureaucracy System.

DOI: 10.7176/RHSS/11-18-02

Publication date:September 30th 2021


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