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IJSTR >> Volume 5 - Issue 4, April 2016 Edition



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

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ISSN 2277-8616



Implementation Of Audit Performance Audit Board Of The Republic Of Indonesia On The E-Government

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AUTHOR(S)

Usman

 

KEYWORDS

Model Traditional Audit, The Audit Model of E-Government, Government And Community Interaction.

 

ABSTRACT

Changes audit of traditional methods as a model audit system that uses information technology in the form of E-Government is expected to provide improved local government services to the public as a form of accountability of the use of local finance obtained from the community through taxes and levies in a transparent manner. This article aims to provide input to the BPK in performing audits in accordance with the E-Government which has not been implemented to the maximum as expected by the government. The study used a literature review by conducting an analysis of some of the views of experts and some previous research on the implementation of E-Government. Shows that the implementation of E-Government in Indonesia in general is still at the value of the first level and only a small portion has reached the level of the second and third in the interaction of the government to the public, this value is obtained from several viewpoints roadmap mapping results. Almost all government agencies own portal even to the level of transactions, but optimization is still lacking, it is due to lack of budget to the preparation of the well field infrastructure, the application of ICT and human resources.

 

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