The Influence of Regulations, Budget Politics, Budget Planning, Human Resources and Goods/ Services Procurement on Spending Budget Absorption in the OPD of South Button District

Wa Ode Rasnah, Arifuddin Arifuddin, Mursalim Nohong


This study aims to prove empirically the effect of regulation, budget politics, budget planning, human resources and the procurement of goods/services on budget absorption. This research is classified as causative research. The population in this study are 39 Regional Organizations (OPD) of Buton Selatan. The sample in this study used the Total Sampling method. The type of data used in this study is primary and secondary data. Data collection techniques using a questionnaire consisting of 4 respondents in each OPD so that the questionnaire distributed was 156 questionnaires. The analytical method used is Multiple Regression Analysis using the SPSS version 25.00 program. The result of the study showed regulation, budget planning and the procurement of good/services has a significant positive effect on budget absorption. However, budget politics and human resources have no effect on budget absorption.


Budget absorption; regulation; budget politics; budget planning; human resources and procurement of good/services.

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