Study of Village Funding Control at East Java Province Inspectorate Through Village Management Consulting

Muhammad Farid Ma'ruf, Galih Wahyu Pradana, Deby Febriyan Eprilianto
2020 Proceedings of the International Conference on Public Administration, Policy and Governance (ICPAPG 2019)   unpublished
Village funds allocation will be expected to be the insurer of the implementation of good development villages. But the management of the fund's village less concerning the aspect of supervision. Look on this weakness, formulation assessment research this focus on the guidance supervision for the management village funds through the clinic consultation management financial assistance village or (Kades Lawas). The results explanation of the study qualitatively chosen to describe the supervision
more » ... be the supervision village funds allocation through Kades Lawas by provincial inspectorate east java especially in the region of Madiun as the locus study. The primary data obtained researchers to dig out from the informant through interviews with the who understands the implementation of the supervision of east java inspectorate. The analysis is carried out by systematically compiling data obtained from interviews, field notes, and other materials than described in study units that produce important patterns and findings that are bound in the focus of the study. The results of the study showed that the administration of supervision and coaching through the Kades Lawas program by the provincial inspectorate in the Madiun regency had been carried out administratively. But substantively, based on the findings there are some weaknesses. Coordination does not have the maximum impact on the lack of preparedness of the regional apparatus in forwarding information at the bureaucratic level at the village level. There was no synchronization of the work plans of the East Java Province inspectorate activities with the Madiun district government. The evaluation and monitoring activities of the program organizer and the follow-up of the program organizer run partially. The conclusion of the study of the Kades Lawas program is that this activity can be administered administratively but it has not been substantially able to provide important benefits to compliance in village financial administration. So the main recommendation from the results of this study is the importance of synchronizing program planning between the provincial government level with the district/city government to support the coaching and supervision of the program.
doi:10.2991/aebmr.k.200305.202 fatcat:soitl3wmibbz7hdh2u2pj4fjb4