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International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
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Analysis Of Factors Influencing Contract Time Extension In Projects Of Water Resources Sector For Public Works Department In East Kutai Regency

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Verasiana Yusuf, Subandiyah Azis, Edi Hargono Dwi Putranto



contract, projects, water resources.



The objectives of this research are: 1) to analyze the factors influencing the extension of contract time on the project, 2) to analyze the most dominant factors influencing the extension of contract time on the project, 3) to analyze the strategy to anticipate and avoid the extension of contract time projects of Water Resources Sector for Public Works Department of East Kutai Regency. The research that will be conducted is included into descriptive research to find out the factors that influence the extension of time towards contract implementation. This research uses survey method by collecting opinion, experience and respondent attitude regarding to problems that have been experienced in project work, by taking primary data through questionnaires and secondary data from related institutions. The result of this research shows that the factors that influence significantly the time extension are: (1) Material Factor with β coefficient value of 0,375; (2) Environmental factor with β coefficient of 0,357; (3) Change Factor with coefficient β value of 0,322. The most dominant factor in influencing the extension of contract time in th water resources sector for Public Works Department of East Kutai is the material factor with the most influential indicator of material scarcity with the highest communal value of 0,905.



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