Procurement of goods and services based on local wisdom: an implementation study
Landih Village is located in Bangli Subdistrict, Bangli Regency whose construction cannot be separated from Hinduism existence with its spiritual values. It was to grow and develop into the local wisdom values carried out in the wisdom area in desa pakraman. The procurement of goods/services in the village is a development activity in the context of realizing budget planning into an output themselves. Their implementation is related to local wisdom values. The procurement generally is carried out for reasons and implications that affect juridical, technical, economic, cultural, and religious aspects. It is also implemented as a development implementation form through Landih Village budget to produce goods/services output. They have been determined in the procurement plan itself beforehand. There are several factual findings the study results, namely the uniqueness of community participation with a representative system, the reduced burden of society on their social obligations. Although the procurement is not encouraging the development of potential local resources. It has not been able to realize an increase in community capacity in the business sector and encourage earning new business actors in the village. The procurement activity has been able to encourage an increase in the socio-cultural activities of indigenous communities.
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