The Effect of Administrative Implementation Principles towards the Effectiveness of Government Services

Halik Halik, Suhendrayatna Suhendrayatna, Irma Yurni, Halimah Halimah

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The purpose of this study is to find out the implementation of the principles of public administration, and see the obstacles experienced by the Camat and sub-district staff in implementing the principles of public administration. This study reviews the policy of implementing administrative principles on the effectiveness of government services. Using descriptive-quantitative methods, the sample are 32 employees of the Tiro sub-district office. the results showed that the policy of implementing administrative principles on the effectiveness of the service of the sub-district government had run effectively and good coordination in the field of duties and functions of each employee.


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administrative; principles; policy

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.33258/birci.v3i1.714

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