VILLAGE GOVERNMENT'S PERFORMANCE IN VILLAGE DEVELOPMENT - COMPARATIVE STUDY OF MATTONE KAMPUNG BARU VILLAGE AND PASAR BARU VILLAGE, ON IMPLEMENTATION “1 BILLION 1 VILLAGE” PROGRAM IN TANAH BUMBU DISTRICT, INDONESIA

Kausar Nasir

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This research aims to analyze the performance comparison of the village government Mattone Kampung Baru and Pasar Baru village in the implementation of “1 billion 1 village” in the village in Tanah Bumbu District. The study is a qualitative descriptive research. The results showed that village government performance in the implementation of “1 billion 1 village” in the village Mattone Kampung Baru and Pasar Baru village, in terms of the responsiveness of the village government in accommodating and realizing the aspirations of people, in the net and follow up the aspirations of society is well judged. Productivity of development, especially the development of infrastructure in Pasar Baru village reached more maximal and good quality, while Mattone Kampung Baru Village productivity achievement the construction of the tour truck has been in compliance with the standards. Responsibility village government in development supervision infrastructure in the village Mattone Kampung Baru and Pasar Baru village, the village government is doing the division of work according to the duties and functions of each affair. Accountability village government in the form of village Government Accountability Report (LPJ) to the community of Pasar Baru Village and Mattone Kampung Baru submitted in writing through information media in the office of Pasar Baru, while in the village Mattone Kampung Baru is only done orally to citizens through meetings and village meetings. Inhibiting factor in the implementation of “1 billion 1 village” program including human resources factor.

 

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performance, village government, “1 billion 1 village” program, productivity, responsivities, responsibility, accountability

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