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The Effect Of Employees Competency, Application Of Performance-Based Budgeting And Functional Supervision On The Performance (LKD) SKPD

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Muhammad Yamin, Ishak



Competence, Budgeting, Control, Accountability, Bone



The aim of this study is to know the influence of the officer competence, the implementation of performance budgeting, and the functional control on SKPD performance (LKD), either partially and simultaneously. Survey the sum of 76 responders covering all head on duty, secretary on duty, lead on the area, and some of an functional supervisor at 19 on duty regency of bone south celebes province. Data have been collected by questioner. The tool of statistic analysis using path analysis. The result of this study indicates that the officer competence, the implementation of performance budgeting, and the functional control have been influence of the significant partially and simultaneously, on SKPD performance (LKD). It means that properly of performance accountability report of governmental institution on duty regency of bone south celebes province influenced by equal to 67,3%, and by equal to 33,7% influenced by other factors are not included into this study model.



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