PENGAWASAN KOLABORATIF DALAM PELAKSANAAN KEBIJAKAN BANTUAN SOSIAL TERDAMPAK COVID-19

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Title PENGAWASAN KOLABORATIF DALAM PELAKSANAAN KEBIJAKAN BANTUAN SOSIAL TERDAMPAK COVID-19
PENGAWASAN KOLABORATIF DALAM PELAKSANAAN KEBIJAKAN BANTUAN SOSIAL TERDAMPAK COVID-19
 
Creator Herdiana, Dian
 
Description Kebijakan bantuan sosial bagi masyarakat terdampak COVID-19 secara empiris mengalami masalah yaitu adanya kesalahan data Rumah Tangga Sasaran (RTS), implikasinya banyak warga masyarakat yang seharusnya berhak namun tidak menerima bantuan sosial, sebaliknya warga yang mampu justru mendapatkan bantuan sosial. Didasarkan kepada permasalahan tersebut maka dibutuhkan pengawasan kolaboratif yang dilakukan oleh berbagai pihak guna memastikan kebijakan tersebut berjalan sebagaimana tujuan awal. Artikel ini menggunakan pendekatan kualitatif dengan metode analisis deskriptif, pengumpulan data menggunakan data sekunder dari berbagai sumber yang relevan seperti buku, jurnal, peraturan perundang-undangan, laman web dan lainnya. Hasil penelitian menunjukan bahwa belum adanya upaya pengawasan yang dilakukan secara kolaboratif terhadap pelaksanaan kebijakan bantuan sosial dalam rangka perlindungan masyarakat terdampak COVID-19, proses pengawasan dilaksanakan dengan menggunakan model pengawasan internal secara tertutup yang mana pihak lain termasuk masyarakat tidak memiliki akses untuk melakukan pengawasan tersebut. Berdasarkan kepada hal tersebut diperlukan upaya rekonstruksi model pengawasan pelaksanaan kebijakan bantuan sosial yang memungkinkan adanya kolaborasi antar pemangku kepentingan bidang pengawasan guna menghasilkan sistem pengawasan yang integratif dan sinergis.
The social assistance policy in the framework of protecting the community affected by COVID-19 empirically experienced a problem, namely the incompatibility in the Target Households (RTS) data, the implication is that many residents should be entitled to receive social assistance but not receive social assistance, otherwise residents categorized as rich actually get the social assistance. Based on these problems, collaborative supervision is needed by various actors to ensure that the policy runs as originally intended. This article uses a qualitative approach with descriptive analysis methods, collecting data using secondary data from a variety of relevant sources such as books, journals, laws and regulations, web pages and other sources. The results of the study revealed that there were no collaborative supervision efforts carried out on the implementation of social assistance policy, the supervision process was carried out using closed internal supervision in which other actors including the community did not have access to carry out the supervision, based on the above, efforts are needed to reconstruct the supervision model of the implementation of social assistance policy that enable collaboration between stakeholders to produce an integrated and synergistic supervision system.
 
Publisher LPPM Universitas Abdurrab
 
Date 2020-08-31
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Peer-reviewed Article
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://jurnal.univrab.ac.id/index.php/jdp/article/view/1323
10.36341/jdp.v3i2.1323
 
Source JDP (JURNAL DINAMIKA PEMERINTAHAN); Vol 3 No 2 (2020): Agustus 2020; 85-99
T JDP (JURNAL DINAMIKA PEMERINTAHAN); Vol 3 No 2 (2020): Agustus 2020; 85-99
2614-1493
2721-8643
 
Language ind
 
Relation http://jurnal.univrab.ac.id/index.php/jdp/article/view/1323/870
 
Rights Copyright (c) 2020 JDP (Jurnal Dinamika Pemerintahan)
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0
 

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