Effectiveness of Evaluation of Electronic Identity Card (E-Id) Policy in Cimahi City, West Java Province, Indonesia

Abstract

The phenomenon of the problem in this study is related to effectiveness in policy evaluation Electronic Identity Card (e-ID) in Cimahi is not optimal. This can be seen from the achievement of the policy objectives of the e-ID card that has not been fully realized in order to build an accurate database population and improve public services in Cimahi. The method used is descriptive qualitative approach. The technique of collecting data through observation, in-depth interviews, and documentation. The research instrument in this study is the researchers themselves, whereas the key informant is a team of evaluators e-ID card, and informants are supporters of Parliament elements, sub-district officials, village officials, Operator e-ID card and e-ID cards compulsory community. The results showed that the policy of e-ID in Cimahi is still not effective, it is seen from the impact resulting from the policy of e-ID card is still not visible. A team of evaluators in the evaluation of policies implemented e-ID card is limited only see the target of a recording made public as well as the distribution of e-ID cards to the public. Thus the nature of the e-ID card must provide value benefits to society yet to be seen.

Keywords: Effectiveness, Electronic Identity Card (e-Id), Policy Evaluation

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Pages: 21-31 (Download PDF)

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