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|Title: ||Pengaruh Proses Perencanaan terhadap Kualitas Rencana Kerja Pemerintah dalam Rangka Pelaksanaan Pembangunan Wilayah di Kota Binjai|
|Authors: ||Nasution, Surya Damli|
|Issue Date: ||13-Mar-2012|
|Abstract: ||Decentralization and regional autonomy policies confer authority in more wider to local administration there demanded variously changes in the government management system. On of the changes is on the own local system and mechanism for planning the development nationally and regional lead into decentralization. The main points in the case of development planning is about the quality of working. The planning process in quality is going to generate a qualified planning, such points be run on the Binjai Administration. The objective of this study is to analyze the influence of agenda setting, policy formulation and budgeting on the quality of working plan in implementing the development for Binjai region.
This research adopted a multiple linear regression analysis with descriptive method. Data as obtained by this research known as primary data, which data was collected after distributing them questionnaire, whereas secondary data obtained from some authorities.
The result of research showed that factor of agenda setting, policy formulation and the budgeting influencing properly to the quality of Working Planning for Binjai Administration. The planning itself generate positive impact on the development for Binjai region, indicated by the matters : (a) applied spatial concept in arranging the development working plan, (b) existed conformity of setting site of program with the development of regional area according to its potency, (c) with adjusting determination of site for program with the availability superstructures and infrastructure in supporting.|
|Keywords: ||Working Plan|
|Appears in Collections:||MT - Perencanaan Wilayah Daerah|
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