In Critical Issues Seminar held at the Park Hotel 1 December, it conveyed exposure on critical issues related to the implementation of the accelerated program (quick wins) in the phases of the program strategic direction DGI Bureaucratic Reform. Based on Act No. 17 of 2007 on the National Long Term Development Plan 2005-2025, Vision Indonesia national development is an independent, advanced, just, and prosperous that can be achieved either by development of the state apparatus through Reforms to improve the professionalism of the state apparatus and to realize good governance, both at central and local levels in order to be able to support the successful development in other fields. In addition, according to Presidential Decree No. 5 of 2010 concerning RPJMN 2010-2014, Indonesia Vision 2014 is “The Prosperous Indonesia, Democratic, and Justice”. This vision is realized through 5 national development agenda 2010-2014, among which are: Economic Development and Improvement of Welfare Improvement of Local Governance, Enforcement Pillar of Democracy, Law Enforcement And Anti-Corruption, Development All Inclusive And Justice. The regulation also mentioned that the Bureaucratic Reform and Governance Improvement Government became the first priority of the 11 national priority of United Indonesia Cabinet II. From both a legal basis, it can be seen the urgency of the implementation of the Reforms to the development of the state apparatus into a better direction, so as to formulate strategy and direction of development policy nasional.Apa actually meaning Bureaucratic Reform? Bureaucracy Reform is a major change in paradigm and governance of Indonesia and the big gamble for the Indonesian people in facing the challenges of the 21st century because if successful, the abuse of public authority can diminimalisair and eventually can be eliminated, other than that Indonesia could have the most-improved bureaucracy, quality of service to the community and the quality of the formulation and implementation of policies / programs the agency may be increased, and the Indonesian bureaucracy that anticipatory, proactive, and effective can be realized. But if it fails, Bureaucratic Reform will only lead to the inability of the bureaucracy in the face of complexity that moves exponentially in the 21st century, resentment, trauma, loss of public trust in government, and the threat of failure to achieve good governance (good governance), and even hamper the success of development national. Bureaucracy Reform is also associated with thousands of processes overlap (overlapping) antarfungsi-governmental functions, involving millions of employees, and spend the budget is not small. It is also an effort to rearrange the bureaucratic process from the highest to the lowest level and made a breakthrough with gradual steps, concrete, realistic, really, to think out of the ordinary / routine that is, paradigm shift, and with extraordinary effort. And efforts to revise and establish various regulations, modernize the policies and practices of central and local government management, and adjusting the functions of government agencies with the task paradigm and new roles.
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