https://samarinda.lan.go.id/jba/index.php/jba/issue/feed Jurnal Borneo Administrator 2023-12-18T12:13:15+00:00 Jurnal Borneo Administrator borneo.jurnal@gmail.com Open Journal Systems <p>Jurnal Borneo Administrator (JBA) is a scholarly journal that dedicated to publishing and disseminating the results of research, innovation, and development issues in the field of public administration.</p> <p>The scope of this journal covers experimental and analytical research in public administration area. The topics include: (1) Public Policy, (2) Public Management, (3) Public Sector Innovation, (4) Decentralization, Regional Autonomy and Governance, (5) Local Politics and Democracy, and (6) Rural / Village Autonomy and Governance.</p> https://samarinda.lan.go.id/jba/index.php/jba/article/view/1494 Front Cover JBA Volume 19 No. 3, 2023 2023-12-18T12:13:15+00:00 Front Cover borneo.jurnal@gmail.com 2023-12-17T00:00:00+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://samarinda.lan.go.id/jba/index.php/jba/article/view/1495 Preface JBA Volume 19 No. 3, 2023 2023-12-18T12:13:13+00:00 Editorial Preface borneo.jurnal@gmail.com 2023-12-17T00:00:00+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://samarinda.lan.go.id/jba/index.php/jba/article/view/1228 Model for Post-Pandemic Bureaucracy in Indonesia: Is Post-Bureaucracy Relevant? 2023-12-18T12:13:10+00:00 Dodi Faedlulloh dodifaedlulloh@gmail.com Yulianto Yulianto yulianto@fisip.unila.ac.id <p>This research aims to investigate alternative post-pandemic bureaucratic models. This research contributes to the theoretical and practical knowledge of appropriate bureaucratic models during the pandemic and its aftermath. This research employed a qualitative method with a constructivist approach through a comprehensive literature review from credible sources, including scientific journals, books, and information from official government websites or international institutions. The results show that post-bureaucracy can be an antithesis and alternative to Indonesia's dominant Weberian bureaucratic paradigm. While the Weberian bureaucracy relies on rigid rules and structures, post-bureaucracy thrives on flexibility, citizencenteredness, open organizational boundaries, and a focus on people. These postbureaucratic characteristics are particularly relevant to the Indonesian context. The practical implication is that the Indonesian government needs to consider the postbureaucratic model to initiate a transformative change in bureaucracy in response to the evolving challenges posed by the pandemic and its aftermath.</p> 2023-12-17T11:23:03+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://samarinda.lan.go.id/jba/index.php/jba/article/view/1144 The Relationship Between Employee Voice and Organizational Effectiveness Becomes Significant with The Mediation of Work Engagement 2023-12-18T12:13:12+00:00 Deppi Andam Dewi deppiandam@gmail.com Budi Prasetyo deppi@bps.go.id Doddy Setiawan deppi@bps.go.id <p>The best human resource (HR) management practices organizations implement worldwide are still being discussed. One of the causes is a lack of understanding of the decision-making process. Management must develop a strategy for generating constructive ideas and receiving employee feedback to manage the organization effectively. This study aims to understand the mediating effect of work engagement on employee voice and organizational effectiveness with a social exchange approach. One hundred ninety-three employees of Statistics Indonesia were used to assess the hypothesis. The technique used in this study was purposive sampling. To collect data using Google Forms. The results show that employee voice has no direct effect on organizational effectiveness but has a positive and significant impact after being mediated by work engagement. For practical implications, practitioners need to strengthen the employee's voice mechanism by providing opportunities for employees to voice their opinions by feeling heard. Employees will be motivated to become more engaged in their work to increase their effectiveness.</p> 2023-12-17T11:04:31+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://samarinda.lan.go.id/jba/index.php/jba/article/view/1272 The Correlation Between the Bureaucratic Reform and Performance Achievement: A Case Study at the Statistics Indonesia 2023-12-18T12:13:09+00:00 Randy Pratama Lumenta mentarandy@student.ub.ac.id Abdullah Said mentarandy@student.ub.ac.id Irwan Noor mentarandy@student.ub.ac.id <p>This study investigates the correlation between bureaucratic reform and performance due to conflicting theories about existing phenomena. In theory, it is posited that implementing bureaucratic reform should enhance performance by addressing various bureaucratic issues, resulting in a positive or directly proportional correlation. However, empirical evidence indicates persistent problems in bureaucratic performance, including public service-related complaints and other issues within the government. The government's proclamation of bureaucratic reform is expected to address these existing problems and facilitate the realization of Indonesia's goal of establishing a world-class government. Understanding the correlation between bureaucratic reform and performance achievement is crucial for designing effective programs to achieve the goals of bureaucratic reform. Given that certain conditions regarding bureaucratic reform within the work units of BPS (Statistics Indonesia) have not yet received national recognition, examining the correlation between bureaucratic reform and performance achievement is of utmost importance for BPS. A quantitative approach with correlation analysis was employed as the analytical method. The study's results reveal a positive correlation between bureaucratic reform and performance achievement, albeit not highly intense. This suggests that the variation in performance, which can be attributed to the implementation of bureaucratic reform, is not highly significant. Consequently, it becomes apparent that other factors beyond bureaucratic reform substantially influence performance at BPS. Therefore, BPS must optimize the implementation of bureaucratic reform to enhance productivity and attain superior performance.</p> 2023-12-17T11:28:43+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://samarinda.lan.go.id/jba/index.php/jba/article/view/1303 Bibliometric Analysis of E-Government and Trust: A Lesson for Indonesia 2023-12-18T12:13:07+00:00 Abdul Halil Hi Ibrahim chalilibrahim101@gmail.com Tawakkal Baharuddin tawakkalbaharuddin21@yahoo.com Marno Wance marno.wance@fisip.unpatti.ac.id <p>The development of digitalisation has spectacularly affected global society, including Indonesia. Many governments are aware of the opportunities and benefits of this development, so they carry out digital transformation and adaptation through e-government systems. However, public trust emerges as one of the determining factors in assessing the success of implementing e-government. This tendency prompted this study to search for available research documents to examine relevant topics regarding e-government and trust. The method used was a bibliometric analysis by maximising the Vosviewer analysis tool. The data was obtained from the Scopus database. This study reveals the need for further research on the relationship between e-government and trust in Indonesia. These subjects are relatively less explored despite gaining global recognition as vital areas for future research. This unpopularity has contributed to the need for more discussion about the quality of egovernment services regarding the level of trust. Trust is a fundamental aspect of the government system in many countries. The findings of this study encourage a logical consequence to consider factors of trust in implementing e-government in Indonesia in the future. This approach can encourage the government to improve the quality of services and adopt e-government use. Such improvements are expected to bolster trust in the government and sustainably stimulate public interest in its utilisation.</p> 2023-12-17T11:39:06+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://samarinda.lan.go.id/jba/index.php/jba/article/view/1164 Involvement and Design of Strengthening Policy Actors in Tsunami Disaster Risk Governance in Padang City 2023-12-18T12:13:11+00:00 Zikri Alhadi zikrialhadi@fis.unp.ac.id Ory Riandini zikrialhadi@fis.unp.ac.id Karjuni Dt. Maani zikrialhadi@fis.unp.ac.id <p>This paper is based on research that describes the involvement and design of strengthening policy actors in tsunami risk governance in Padang City. This paper also describes the policy design for strengthening disaster risk governance based on these actors' participation in research findings. The approach used in this research is a qualitative method with data collection through in-depth interviews, focus group discussions, and data studies. Data processing and analysis were performed using matrix coding and model design on the NVivo 12 Plus. The research findings illustrate that the involvement of local government actors is at the highest level in disaster risk governance policies in Padang City. Furthermore, non-governmental organisations, communities, vertical governments, digital communities, and business sector actors have successive roles in disaster risk policies. Recommendations for the involvement of local communities can be made by increasing capacity and engaging in disaster risk governance actions. On the other hand, the recommendation of non-governmental organisations (NGOs') participation should be maintained and facilitated by designing regulations that reduce the risk of a tsunami disaster. Local governments are involved in strengthening budgeting, coordination, and partnerships as the leading sector in disaster governance.</p> 2023-12-17T11:09:57+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://samarinda.lan.go.id/jba/index.php/jba/article/view/1296 Interagency Coordination Drivers, Instruments, and Success Factors: A Systematic Literature Review 2023-12-18T12:13:08+00:00 Muhamad Imam Alfie Syarien imam.alfie@ui.ac.id Ghina Samarah ghinasamarah@gmail.com <p>Interagency coordination remains a classic and ever-expansive topic in public administration theory. Often considered the key to successful policy or program implementation, coordination also presents its complexities. Research on this subject continues to evolve regarding its sheer numbers, the diversity of locations, problems, and sectors of concern, and the type of government agencies being the subject. This article employed a systematic literature review to identify and analyze coordination drivers, instruments, and critical success factors associated with coordination. The study focused on original articles published from 2010 to 2021 in relevant journals indexed by Scopus. The review revealed that coordination can be driven by problems, institutions, or a combination of both simultaneously. Coordination instruments may involve one or a variety of interventions from governance and structure, systems and processes, policies and agreements, or the engagement of intermediaries. Factors of institutional settings, managerial capacity, and the accuracy of coordination strategies also determine the success of this intervention.</p> 2023-12-17T11:34:51+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://samarinda.lan.go.id/jba/index.php/jba/article/view/1181 The Formation of the New Autonomous Region of Papua and Welfare Guarantees in the Decentralization Policy 2023-12-18T12:13:11+00:00 Hendy Setiawan hendysetiawan2020@mail.ugm.ac.id Genut Wahyu Widiono hendysetiawan2020@mail.ugm.ac.id Galuh Hikmah hendysetiawan2020@mail.ugm.ac.id <p>The instrument for regional structuring, particularly regional expansion leading to new autonomous regions, can be seen as a rational and logical implication of decentralization implementation. Decentralization, in turn, played a pivotal role in shaping the grand design of regional planning (Desertada) up until the imposition of a regional expansion moratorium in late 2009. This research employs a qualitative methodology, a case study approach, chosen due to its adaptability and effectiveness in addressing dynamic and unpredictable social contexts. The focal point of this study revolved around the narratives underlying the formation of new autonomous regions (DOB) in Papua, particularly emphasizing the discourse on welfare. The government has actively promoted narratives of welfare motives and national strategic interests. The government has actively promoted narratives of welfare motives and national strategic interests. Despite the expansion of the Papua region and the implementation of special autonomy, it is observed that these initiatives have not significantly contributed to development. Notably, the expansion process in Papua, marred by alleged procedural and material deficiencies, took place without indigenous Papuans' meaningful participation and consultation.</p> 2023-12-17T11:16:16+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## https://samarinda.lan.go.id/jba/index.php/jba/article/view/1496 Current Content 2023 2023-12-18T12:13:13+00:00 Article Index borneo.jurnal@gmail.com 2023-12-17T00:00:00+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement##