Regional Government Public Policy Implementation in Tourism Development
Science, Technology & Public Policy
Volume 4, Issue 2, December 2020, Pages: 76-84
Received: Aug. 17, 2020; Accepted: Sep. 5, 2020; Published: Sep. 19, 2020
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Ibnu Kanaha, Doctoral Administration Study Program, 17 Agustus 1945 University of Surabaya, East Java, Indonesia
Arif Darmawan, Doctoral Administration Study Program, 17 Agustus 1945 University of Surabaya, East Java, Indonesia
Rachmawati Novaria, Doctoral Administration Study Program, 17 Agustus 1945 University of Surabaya, East Java, Indonesia
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Abstract
This study aims to analyze the description and explanation of the Implementation of Policy No. 09/2014 on the Regional Tourism Development Master Plan (RIPPDA) in tourism development. In addition, it analyzes the strategy of supporting factors and inhibiting factors for policy implementation. The research method is qualitative description, while the determination of the research location in the Morotai Island Regency area is carried out purposively, with sources or informants including the Head of the Tourism Office, the Regent, the Regional Secretary, the Regional People's Consultative Council (DPRD), local tourism object actors in the in the environment of Morotai Island Regency as an authorized official or related to the problem. Methods of data collection using observation, in-depth interviews (depth interview), documentation. Meanwhile, the data analysis technique in this study uses an interactive perspective method, and the validity of the data can be tested, following the triangulation method, namely, data reduction, data display, data verification, simultaneously with the implementation of checking techniques for a number of certain criteria, and also some aspects used in implementation. policy 1) Aspect of policy implementation process, 2) Aspect of impact of policy implementation, 3) Aspect of policy strategy, factors affecting policy implementation. The results of the research on Policy Implementation show that it has not achieved its objectives optimally. This needs to be seen from several problems: 1) Standard targets, policy objectives have not been given an understanding of the interests of the policy, this is complementary so that they do not know; 2) Human Resources for Implementers; 3) Characteristics of the fragmentation implementing organization (SOP); 4) The weakness of communication and coordination; 5) The attitude of the policy makers "from the top down" (top bottomer) in choosing the implementation of policies that are self-interested is not based on RIPPDA; 6) The lack of support from the external social, economic and political environment. Suggestions for RIPPDA research need to be revised by the Regional Government of Morotai Island Regency and the Tourism Office in synergy, synchronization, coordination with good work networks, support from external parties so that the Regional Tourism Development Master Plan policy can achieve its goals, tourism can develop.
Keywords
Policy Implementation, Local Government, Tourism Development
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Ibnu Kanaha, Arif Darmawan, Rachmawati Novaria, Regional Government Public Policy Implementation in Tourism Development, Science, Technology & Public Policy. Vol. 4, No. 2, 2020, pp. 76-84. doi: 10.11648/j.stpp.20200402.15
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