The Implementation of Regional Development Plan through Regional Government Information System in Jember Regency
Planning is inherently related to regional development because it has to go through a fine planning process for optimal outcomes. Good planning will also result in maximum regional development. The quality of development planning calls forth accurate, complete, and relevant data in conjunction with development information. This alludes to human resources, natural resources, and existing energy resources, as well as various foreseen problems that can be put forward as the future agenda in development planning. Jember Regency started implementing an information system for its regional government information system, known as SIPD, in its planning process starting in July 2020. This makes it easier for regional governments to monitor and obtain updated data on planning carried out by Regional Government Working Units (SKPD) and government-level districts. This study employed a qualitative descriptive approach and aimed to describe events and phenomena regarding the Regional Government Information System (SIPD) in Jember Regency. The researchers presented factual, systematic, and accurate data regarding the phenomena. The management of the SIPD system found internet network problems in 4 of the 31 districts, including Silo, Jelbuk, Kalisat and Jenggawah districts. The management of development planning information using an electronic-based system has to be carried out simultaneously so that it requires solid cooperation between the Planning and Reporting Sub-Sector and the Research and Development Sub-Sector, in collaboration with those in charge in Regional Development Evaluation and SDG programs across 31 districts. Notwithstanding, the problem with the internet network has resulted in an increased number of jobs and the time efficiency in one particular job with the aid of the electronic system.
Keywords: development planning, information system, Jember Regency, SIPD
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