Proceedings of the 2018 Annual Conference of Asian Association for Public Administration: "Reinventing Public Administration in a Globalized World: A Non-Western Perspective" (AAPA 2018)

Analysis Of The Implementation Of Smart Indonesia Program Through Indonesia Smart Card In Palembang City 2016

Authors
Dwi Mirani, Sylvie Agustina, Shinta Desiyana F.
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Dwi Mirani
Available Online March 2018.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/aapa-18.2018.27How to use a DOI?
Keywords
implementation, smart indonesia program, indonesia smard card
Abstract
Man as a resource must be able to improve their own quality and competencies in order to compete in life. The best path to take is through education, however not everyone is lucky enough to have an education or to go to a higher level. The dropout rate in Indonesia is quite high, therefore it is the responsibility of the government to overcome this situation . During the reign of President Joko Widodo, a policy called Smart Indonesia Program was aimed at increasing primary and secondary education enrollment rates, to increase education sustainability and reducing educational disparities between communities, between rich and poor, urban and rural, as well as between regions in Indonesia. The early stages of the Smart Indonesia Program was established through the distribution of Indonesia Smart Card. This study aims to see the success of Indonesia Smart program through Indonesia Smart Card in Palembang City. Data collection was obtained by interview, observation , and documentation which was conducted in two executive agencies. The first one is the district education office of Palembang city, which was implemented the program at elementary and junior high school level, and the second one is the office of Ministry of Religions in Palembang which was implement the program at Madrasah Diniyah and Madrasah Tsanawiyah level. To test the accuracy of the data, the data triangulation process was conducted by involving the school administrators and students who received Indonesia Smart Card. This research uses Implementation model from Van Meter and Horn. The results of this study show that Smart Indonesia Program has been successfully implemented in the objectives, yet it still not optimal. From the research result, it is found that the coordination and communication in this program need improvement, on the other hand, there are some other findings in the form of expired and inaccurate the data, inaccurate targets of Indonesia Smart Card, and the lack of communication to private schools , therefore it is recommended to perform data updating and to ensure direct involvement of the school in determining which student should receive Indonesia Smart Card
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