Volume 17, No 2, 2020

Critical Reorientation of Bureaucratic Reform and Good Governance in Public Sector Administration in Indonesia

Albertus Wahyurudhanto


Good governance today in Indonesia has become a key word in every formulation of the policy objectives of government bureaucratic reform within the framework of the change and utilization of the state administration system. In this context, this study seeks to critically evaluate the development and dynamics of good governance and its relation to the New Public Management in Indonesia. The idea of good governance in the public sector requires changes and presentations of government actors and state apparatus. This study reviews the development of bureaucratic reform in Indonesia that has been running for the last two decades. The results of the investigation indicate the need for further emphasis on aspects of the performance of government human resources at all levels in Indonesia, active involvement of the community in policy making, and public sector administration accountability.

Pages: 308-316

DOI: 10.14704/WEB/V17I2/WEB17033

Keywords: Bureaucratic Reform, Good Governance, Public Sector Administration, Indonesia.

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