The significant of public asset management framework application for Indonesian local governments : Opportunities and challenges
Hanis, Muhammad Hasbi, Trigunarsyah, Bambang, & Susilawati, Connie (2010) The significant of public asset management framework application for Indonesian local governments : Opportunities and challenges. In Proceedings of 1st Makassar International Conference On Civil Engineering, Clarion Hotel, Makassar, Province of South Sulawesi, Indonesia. (In Press)
The purpose of this paper is to emphasis the significance of public asset management in Indonesia that is by identifying opportunities and challenges of Indonesian local governments in adopting current practice of Public Asset Management System. A Case Study, in South Sulawesi Provincial government was used as the approach to achieve the research objective. The case study involved two data collection techniques i.e. interviews followed by study on documents. The result of the study indicates there are some significant opportunities and challenges that Indonesian local government might deal with in adopting current practice of public asset management. There are opportunities that can lead to more effective and efficient local government, accountable and auditable local government organization, increase local government portfolio, and improve the quality of public services. The challenges include no clear institutional and legal framework to support the asset management application, non-profit principle of public assets, cross jurisdictions in public asset management, complexity of local government objectives, and unavailability of data for managing public property. The study only covers condition of South Sulawesi Province, which could not represent exactly the whole local governments’ condition in Indonesia. Findings from this study provide useful input for the policy makers, scholars and asset management practitioners in Indonesia to establish a public asset management framework that suitable for Indonesia.
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