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KCI등재 학술저널

Human Resource Development in Local Governments: Increased Transparency and Public Accountability

The purpose of this study is to explore and empirically analyze the factors affecting transparency and public accountability in local government, which have not been sufficiently researched in terms of human resource management, and good governance implementation. In particular, this study intends to examine human resource management activities focusing on the government effectiveness dimension. This study uses a qualitative approach and phenomenological method to examine the phenomenon of participant experience along with documents that are in the setting under study. Participants consisted of nine people from the Regional Government Work Unit of Tasikmalaya City, the private sector, and the community. The researcher divided data analysis into three sub-indicators, including effectiveness and efficiency, responsiveness, and public service. The Results show Regional Financial and Asset Management Agency (BPKAD) of Tasikmalaya City as sufficient in terms of human resources, this can be verified from the number of leaders and staff, which amounts to 58 people, of which 80% are economic graduates. Although the quantity is adequate, the quality of human resources in BPKAD in Tasikmalaya City is still weak. In Conclusion of this study it is inferred that the application of the government effectiveness dimension in BPKAD Tasikmalaya City is not optimal and need adequate training to improve employee performance in financial management.

1. Introduction

2. Literature Review

3. Method

4. Results

5. Discussion

6. Conclusion

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