The Development of Regional Working Unit Structuring Model in the East Nusa Tenggara Provincial Government
Keywords:regional working unit, organizational restructuring, restructuring model of regional working unit
AbstractThe restructuring f the regional working unit (OPD) as a form of institutional restructuring carried out in the framework of bureaucratic reform needs to pay attention to the structuring model that is by the needs and conditions of the Regional Government, so that the composition and formation of regional apparatus organizations can be following the needs of the Regional Government. In the Government Regulation (PP) No. 18 of 2016 concerning Regional Working Unit, there was a change in the provisions on the implementation of organizational working unit restructuring with the previous Government Regulation namely Government Regulation (PP) No. 41 of 2007 concerning the Regional Working Unit, wherein the Government Regulation regulates the arrangement of regional apparatus organizations based on the area, number of inhabitants and local original income or regional financial capacity whereas Government Regulation (PP) No. 18 of 2016 concerning the Regional Working Unit regulates the organizational arrangement of regional working unit based on compulsory governmental affairs and selected governmental affairs which are the authority of regional governments with the principle of Rigthzising. So that with the change in the organizational structuring model of the regional working unit, it is expected to be able to realize the form and composition of an effective and efficient regional working unit in accordance with the regional government institutional requirements.
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