The bureaucratic political relation model in perception of officers public
A study on bima city government
Keywords:administration, bureaucratic, policymakers, political relation, public officials
The relationship between politics and bureaucracy is significant to observe because this concerns the interests of policymakers and stakeholders related to the politics of local government policies. In this regard, this study aims to describe the Political Relations Model Bureaucracy in the Perception of Public Officials (A Study at the Bima City Government). The approach in this research is descriptive qualitative. The results showed that the Relationship Model Bureaucratic Politics in the Perception of Public Officials (A Study at the Bima City Government) have interrelated and mutually supportive relationships both in formulating, implement and evaluate policies both political and administration towards the implementation of the public bureaucracy in the Bima City Government. Perception public officials concerning political intervention in carrying out activities bureaucracy are reflected in the process of development, administration, and technique as well as transfer and high employee rotation, institutional restructuring of the Bima City government bureaucracy as well The formulation of the Kota Bima Regional Financial Budgeting always occurs for political intervention interests of both public officials and career officials in running the wheel the government in the city of Bima.
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