Implementation Model of Policy Guidelines for Grants and Social Aid Sourced from the Banten Provincial Budget

  • Lia Muliawaty Universitas Pasundan, Bandung, Indonesia
  • Ummu Salamah Universitas Pasundan, Bandung, Indonesia
  • Tb. A. Faisal Abbas Universitas Pasundan, Bandung, Indonesia
Keywords: Policy Implementation Model, Grant Program, Islamic Boarding School.

Abstract

This study examines the implementation of the policy guidelines for the grant program issued by the Banten Provincial Government through the People's Welfare Bureau (Kesra) of the Banten Provincial Government's Regional Secretariat for Islamic boarding schools. The focus of this research is to examine the implementation model of program guidelines policies based on message content, message form, and perceptions of the main agency or communicator's reputation, as well as examine the inhibiting and supporting factors and design an effective policy implementation model. The method used in this research is a qualitative case study approach with a descriptive-analytical research model. The results of this study indicate that the implementation of the policy guidelines for the grant program for Islamic boarding schools has not been effective. However, in terms of message content, it has been implemented well, in terms of message form and perceptions about the main agency, it has not been effective. The inhibiting factors are the weak validity of Islamic boarding school data, grant recipient institutions are still misinterpreted, the use of e-grant applications has not been effective, verification officers are limited, and communication with regional heads is difficult to translate administratively. While the supporting factors are data support from the Ministry of Religion, public interest in expecting grants, support from the Banten Province FSPP, e-grant applications, and executive and legislative support. The most effective implementation model is through a non-formal communication approach. The new conception of the findings of this study that can be applied is the concept of social relations, which consists of the characteristics of community organizations, charismatic role models, non-formal communication and participatory stakeholder collaboration. This study recommends the Banten Provincial Welfare Bureau to increase the number of verification personnel, while the local government needs to issue regulations to facilitate the empowerment of Islamic boarding schools and the importance of community participation.

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Published
2021-11-09
How to Cite
Muliawaty, L., Salamah, U., & Abbas, T. A. F. (2021). Implementation Model of Policy Guidelines for Grants and Social Aid Sourced from the Banten Provincial Budget. A Y E R JOURNAL, 28(1), 133-146. https://doi.org/10.1445/ayerjournal.v28i1.163
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