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Actors' Role in Public Asset Management -- A Study of Limboto Lake in Gorontalo, Indonesia

Muh Firyal Akbar
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Muh Firyal Akbar: Universitas Muhammadiyah Gorontalo

No ta5z3, INA-Rxiv from Center for Open Science

Abstract: Three pillars of development 1) Government, 2) Private Sector, and 3) Society. They had the role and function in answering public’s questions and became a motor of development in providing solutions especially in asset management of Limboto Lake. Lake Rescue had made either through academic research, community empowerment, and FGD by various agencies until the signing the MoU between local government and city in 2006. However, it was considered too late to follow-up. The Implementation of Regulation No. 1 of 2008 on the Limboto Lake management had not accompanied by concrete efforts, effectively and continuously by the government, society, or even private sector. The political administration aspects of Japesda Gorontalo showed that the management of Lake Rescue was not done in isolation. The public’s role was needed in ranging program planning; regulation, control, and preservation as an essential part in managing Limboto Lake. This study aimed to identify and describe the role of three actors in the management of public assets Limboto Lake. Tis study use case study approach. The research location was in Limboto Lake of Gorontalo. The technique of collecting data was observation, interview, and documentation. The Data analysis began with reduction of data; presenting data and conclusion. The results showed that the sector's role in public assets management of Limboto Lake had not been based on New Public Management (NPM) which increased the social development, science, and technology. The Lack of information hindered the sector’s role and government's relationship with public and private sectors to improve the policy that public needed.

Date: 2017-11-27
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