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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 1, January 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



The Discipline Of State Civil Apparatuses In Scope Of Regional Work Units In South Buru Regency

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AUTHOR(S)

Sofyan Malik

 

KEYWORDS

Discipline, Buru Regency, Apparatus, State

 

ABSTRACT

The position of ASN is very important in determining whether or not the mission of the government depends on the State Civil Apparatus in the administration of governance, Resource Management realizing national development goals. Based on the author's observations, the quality of work and ASN work discipline in South Buru Regency, in general, is still relatively low, namely the level of discipline in entering work. ASN figures who are able to play that role are ASNs that have competencies that are indicated from high competence, good performance and attitudes and behavior that are full of loyalty and obedience to the State, moral and mentality, professional, understood to be responsible as public servants as well able to become the glue of national unity. The implementation of Discipline Regulation of Civil Servants based on Government Regulation No. 53 of 2010 concerning Discipline of Civil Servants in the Civil Service Agency, Human Resource Development in South Buru Regency has been implemented in accordance with applicable regulations. However, at the time the licensing was not optimal because there were still many ASN Employees in the licensing of BKPSDM in South Buru Regency who were still in violation of discipline.

 

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