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IJSTR >> Volume 8 - Issue 8, August 2019 Edition



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

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ISSN 2277-8616



Simple Risk Analysis Of PLBN Entikong Development, West Kalimantan

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AUTHOR(S)

Maria Handayani Setyaningrum

 

KEYWORDS

Risk Analysis, Entikong, Strategy.

 

ABSTRACT

Given the important and strategic functions of immigration in the development of border areas, especially in maintaining the gate at the Cross Border Post, it is expected that the massive infrastructure development at the border can increase the visit of Malaysians to Entikong. Moreover, if Entikong is developed into a new tourist destination to boost the economy. This is a manifestation of the government's program to develop Indonesia from the periphery and make cross-border posts as Indonesia's proud front porch. In its implementation, it is necessary to identify risks that are the cause of project constraints. Even though an activity has been planned as well as possible, it still contains uncertainty that it will run fully as planned. For the types of risks that exist, qualitative assessment is needed to determine the probabilities and impacts of the risks. This is useful to determine the management and response to existing risks so as to minimize and avoid the impact of the risks that might occur. Risk analysis is crucial to do on every project so that the contractor is not wrong in making decisions in overcoming risks and has prepared the right strategy in dealing with risk.

 

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