OPPORTUNISTIC BEHAVIOUR FROM BUDGET ACTORS IN THE PLANNING AND BUDGETTING OF THE BIMA CITY

Fitrah nur amal, Titiek Herwanti, Nur Fitriyah

Abstract


The study aims to know the pictures because of the behavior of an opportunist of budget actors in the planning and budgetting. The research is based on interviews former related problems which include planning and budgetting which was formed in a team of regional budgets (TAPD) which is still dominated by policy by a team of the local government budget and the agency budget of the legislature. This type of research that is used which is research a qualitative approach a case study of design embeded (design the case of a single established). The result showed that the behavior of opportunism of the budget actors the onset of the planning process, in addition to the implementation of the policy toward the budgetting process is often incompatible with the needs of SKPD who has previously determined, and the picture is going on in the allocation of expenditures of social assistance and grants is often the case of inequality. The government needs to based on the idea that the government and the legislature should be more sensitive to the opinions, desires and demands of society to carry out the functions of musrenbang and recess as a means of monitoring in the planning process. The government has to be honest and open in the wisdom of even taking into account of the limitations that exist.

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