e-Procurement Practices in Four Areas in East Java, Indonesia: Accountability, Efficiency and Barriers

Rachmat Hidayat

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    Abstract

    Electronic Procurement (electronic auctions) aims to cut the chain of bureaucracy and make public sector spending more effective and efficient. This article discusses the implementation process of E-Procurement in four regencies in eastern Java: Sampang, Kediri, Surabaya and Jember with emphasis on the accountability and efficiency issues.The findings show that in 2011 there were 24,475 auction pack ages using the main frame of e-Procapplication with a value of more than 38 trillion Rupiah, of which 4.4 trillion Rupiah of state money could be saved by the application of e-Proc mainframe. There are two main aspectst of the process of implementing e-Proc that hampered e-Procacceleration and raised the potential for corruption in the process of implementing e-Proc: the user (end user of e-Proc) and the mediator (Procurement Services Unit-ULP of each government institution). These two elements play a crucial part in determining the process of E-Proc which subscribe to the notion of accountability, efficiency, transparency and fairness. Finally, this paper provides some recommendations to improve the current practice of e-Proc in Indonesia; first, creatingindicators/criteriaTransparency and accountability in the internal e-Proc implementator; Second, Injecting the value and the importance of leadership and personal integrity; Third, he need to reformulate a new system of E-Gov that compatible or supporting e-Proc; Four, Increasing the role of government monitoring unit. 
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationInternational Integration for Regional Public Management
    Subtitle of host publicationNew Challenges and Opportunities
    EditorsA Rokhman, Sukarso, P Taraseina, R Siriprasertchok, Y Xiong, Z Zaijin
    Place of PublicationParis, France
    PublisherAtlantis Press
    Pages14-19
    Number of pages6
    Volume1
    ISBN (Print)978-9462520-19-6
    Publication statusPublished - 2014
    EventThird International Conference on Public Management 2014 - Bali, Indonesia
    Duration: 18 Aug 201419 Aug 2014

    Conference

    ConferenceThird International Conference on Public Management 2014
    Period18/08/1419/08/14

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    Hidayat, R. (2014). e-Procurement Practices in Four Areas in East Java, Indonesia: Accountability, Efficiency and Barriers. In A. Rokhman, Sukarso, P. Taraseina, R. Siriprasertchok, Y. Xiong, & Z. Zaijin (Eds.), International Integration for Regional Public Management: New Challenges and Opportunities (Vol. 1, pp. 14-19). Paris, France: Atlantis Press.
    Hidayat, Rachmat. / e-Procurement Practices in Four Areas in East Java, Indonesia : Accountability, Efficiency and Barriers. International Integration for Regional Public Management: New Challenges and Opportunities. editor / A Rokhman ; Sukarso ; P Taraseina ; R Siriprasertchok, ; Y Xiong ; Z Zaijin. Vol. 1 Paris, France : Atlantis Press, 2014. pp. 14-19
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    Hidayat, R 2014, e-Procurement Practices in Four Areas in East Java, Indonesia: Accountability, Efficiency and Barriers. in A Rokhman, Sukarso, P Taraseina, R Siriprasertchok, Y Xiong & Z Zaijin (eds), International Integration for Regional Public Management: New Challenges and Opportunities. vol. 1, Atlantis Press, Paris, France, pp. 14-19, Third International Conference on Public Management 2014, 18/08/14.

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    Hidayat R. e-Procurement Practices in Four Areas in East Java, Indonesia: Accountability, Efficiency and Barriers. In Rokhman A, Sukarso, Taraseina P, Siriprasertchok, R, Xiong Y, Zaijin Z, editors, International Integration for Regional Public Management: New Challenges and Opportunities. Vol. 1. Paris, France: Atlantis Press. 2014. p. 14-19