The Role of Supervision in Actualizing Good and Clean Governance


This research aims to examine the policies and the roles of government supervision of Makassar city in actualizing good and clean governance. This research was normative law-sociological research. The location of the research was at Inspectorate and Regional House of Representatives in Makassar City. The techniques of collecting data were interviews and documentation. The technique of analysis data was descriptive qualitative. The research result: (1) the policy conducted by local government of Makassar City namely, roadmap for bureaucratic reform government of Makassar City Year 2015-2019; encourages work performance of Local Government Work Unit in giving service to the society and conduct measurements performance to increase work accountability for each Local Government Work Unit; and 2) the roles of government supervision of Makassar city was done, through by Makassar Inspectorate as 'internal supervisor', meanwhile Regional House of Representatives as 'external supervisor'. In addition, supervision also involves public participation.


Actualizing good and clean governance


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