Local Assets Management: A Case Study at the Education Office of DKI Jakarta Province

Benjamin Bukit


Research focus to know and describe management process of local assets. The approach used in this research is qualitative descriptive approach. This research was conducted at DKI Jakarta Provincial Education Office 2017. The sample used in qualitative research method is snowball. Data collection techniques use obsevation, interviews, and documentation. Data analysis with source triangulation and theory.The results showed: 1) Schools within the Education Department of the Provincial Government of DKI Jakarta in the procurement needs planning have not done the planning pattern through the study of the Needs Plan of the local asstes so that the goods needed but received are goods that are not needed. 2) Assets such as school land have not been certified on behalf of the DKI Government, or there are certain parties claiming part of their ownership, there are uncollected assets. From the aspect of maintenance because the maintenance planning has not done the pattern of maintenance planning through research of the Needs Plan of local assets Maintenance. 3) School does not understand the process of elimination in accordance with the provisions so that inventory items are not done through the process of removal. 4) Many inventory items at school are listed administratively but the facts can not physically be found. 5) No special officer is competent to carry out good governance so schools are recording assets trapped by teachers.

Keywords: management, local assets.

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