Urgent APIP in the Implementation of Bureaucracy Innovation to Establish quality of Maintenance Free of Corruption, Collusion, and Nepotism

Nopirina Nopirina


In order to realize bureaucratic innovation, APIP has the role of internal supervision to encourage the creation of a government system with high integrity. The formulation of the problem in this research is (1) what is the role of APIP in carrying out more accountable supervision to Realize the Quality of Good, Clean, Corruption, Collusion, and Nepotism. (2) what are the Inhibiting Factors of APIP in Conducting Supervision to Ensure that Bureaucratic Reforms Can Be Realized and avoid the abuse of authority, the practice of KKN. The method used in this research is qualitative descriptive. The results of this research are: The role of APIP as stated in the Regulation of the Minister of Empowerment of State Apparatus and Bureaucratic Reform is strengthened again by Government Regulation Number 60 of 2008 regarding the Internal Control System of Government Agencies (SPIP) article 48 which states that the Government's Internal Supervision Apparatus conducts internal supervision through, audit, review, evaluation, monitoring and other surveillance activities. In the realization of its implementation, the supervision function performed by APIP until now is carried out through the role of inspection (watchdog), the role of consultant (consultant) and the role of catalyst and management assistance (catalyst). Systemic Challenges in the Quantity and Quality of Human Resources, Budgets, and Institutions and Authority, Issues of Independence, Competence, and Integrity of Human Resources APIP That All This Time Is Still Considered "Far from the Fire". An indication of the weakness of said independence can be seen from the position of APIP's human resources which structurally is still under the control of the leaders of government agencies. Therefore, such conditions do not allow APIP's human resources to carry out supervision professionally and objectively. From the commitment of budget allocation, legally, there is no legal basis for government agencies to allocate the budget in a certain amount or percentage in the framework to support the implementation of the supervision function carried out by the inspectorate. 



APIP; Bureaucracy Innovation

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18415/ijmmu.v10i9.5045


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