Local Regulations No. 2 Of 2009

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No. 2 2009 series. E 1 of the REGULATION REGION of WEST JAVA: NUMBER 2 in 2009 ABOUT the MEDIUM TERM DEVELOPMENT PLAN (RPJM) REGION of WEST JAVA PROVINCE in 2008-2013 by the GRACE of GOD ALMIGHTY the GOVERNOR of West Java, Considering: a. that based on Act No. 25 of 2004 about national development planning System, which mandates that the head of the selected Areas of compulsory drafting medium-term development plan (RPJM) area at least 3 (three) months after the regional Head appointed predefined Rules, the Governor of West Java Number 54 in 2008 about BYLAW Plans AREA of WEST JAVA PROVINCE No. 2 2009 series. E http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 2 medium term Development (RPJM) region of West Java province in 2008-2013; b. that based on Act No. 32 of 2004 on local governance and Government Regulation No. 8 of 2008 about the procedures for the preparation, control and evaluation of the implementation of the Regional Development Plan, which mandates that the head of the selected Areas of compulsory drafting medium-term development plan (RPJM) areas that are defined by local regulations at least 6 (six) months after the regional Head appointed; c. that based on considerations as referred to in letters a and b, need to set local regulations of West Java about medium term development plan (RPJM) region of West Java province in 2008-2013; Remember: 1. Act No. 11 of 1950 on the establishment of the province of West Java (Republic Indonesia on 4 July 1950), Jo. Act No. 8 of 1950 the Government of Jakarta Raya (Indonesia Country Sheet Republic of 1950 the number 31, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia number 15) as already http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 3 modified several times, the last by Act No. 29 of 2007 about the Government of the province of Jakarta as the capital of the State Union of Republic Indonesia (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 93 in 2007, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4744) and Act No. 23 of 2000 on the establishment of Banten Province (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia year 2000 Number 182, additional sheets of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4010); 2. Act No. 28 of 1999 about the organizers of a country that is clean and free from corruption, Collusion and Nepotism (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 75 in 1999, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3851); 3. Act No. 17 of 2003 about State Finances (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 47 in 2003, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4286); http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 4 4. Act No. 1 of 2004 on the Treasury of the State (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia in 2004, an additional Sheet No. 5 of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4355); 5. Act No. 10 of 2004 concerning the formation of Legislation (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 53 in 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4389); 6. Act No. 25 of 2004 about National Development Planning System (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 164 in 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4421); 7. Law Number 32 of 2004 concerning Regional Government (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 125 of 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4437) as amended several times, the last by Act No. 12 of 2008 about the second amendment in the Law Number 32 of 2004 concerning Regional Government (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 59 in 2008, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4844); http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 5 8. Act No. 33 of 2004 concerning the Financial Equalization between the Central Government and the regional Government (the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 126 in 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4438); 9. Act No. 17 of 2007 about the Long-term National Development Plan 2005-2025 (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 33 in 2007, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4700); 10. Act No. 26 of 2007 concerning Spatial (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 68 in 2007, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4725); 11. Government Regulation Number 58 in 2005 about the financial management area (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 140 in 2005, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4578); 12. Government Regulation Number 38 in 2007 about Government Affairs Divisions between the Government, the provincial Government and local governance Kabupaten/Kota (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia No. 2 2009 http://www.bphn.go.id/series. E 6 Number 82 in 2007, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4737); 13. Government Regulation Number 41 in 2007 about the Organization of the device area (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Year 2007 Number 89, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4741); 14. Government Regulation number 6 in 2008 about the conduct of the Evaluation Guidelines for local governance (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia number 19 in 2008, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4815); 15. Government Regulation number 7 in 2008 on Dekonsentrasi and Pembantuan (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 20 in 2008, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4817); 16. Government Regulation number 8 in 2008 about the procedures for the preparation, control and evaluation of the implementation of the Regional Development Plan (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Year 2008 Number 21, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4817); http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 7 17. Government Regulation number 26 in 2008 on National Territory Spatial Plans (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Year 2008 Number 48, additional sheets of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4725); 18. the presidential Regulation number 7 in 2005 about the medium term National development plan 2004-2009 (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia number 11 in 2005); 19. West Java area of Regulation No. 2 of 2003 about the Spatial Plan of the province of West Java (Regional Gazette 2003 No. 2 E series); 20. West Java area of Regulation No. 3 of 2005 on the establishment of Regional Regulations (Gazette No. 12 in 2005 Regional E series, an additional Sheet number 1 Area); 21. West Java area of Regulation No. 9 of 2008 about a long-term development plan (RPJP) Region of West Java in 2005-2025 (Regional Gazette in 2008 number 8 E series, an additional Sheet region number 45); 22. West Java area of Regulation No. 10 in 2008 about the Affairs of the Government of West Java province http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 8 (Gazette No. 9 of 2008 the area of Serie D, additional Regional Gazette No. 46); 23. West Java area of Regulation No. 12 in 2008 about the fine points of regional financial management (2008 Region Sheet number 11 E series, an additional Sheet region number 47); With the approval of the HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES along with the AREA of WEST JAVA and WEST JAVA GOVERNOR DECIDED: setting: LOCAL REGULATIONS ABOUT the MEDIUM TERM DEVELOPMENT PLAN (RPJM) REGION of WEST JAVA PROVINCE in 2008-2013. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 9 CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS article 1 in regulation of this area, which is: 1. The area is the province of West Java. 2. Local Government is the Governor of the Region as an element of the device along with the organizers of local governance. 3. Representatives of the regional PARLIAMENT is hereinafter referred to as the House of representatives as an area organiser of regional government. 4. The Governor is the Governor of West Java. 5. The Regional Secretary is Secretary of the Region of West Java. 6. District/city is a Kabupaten/Kota in West Java. 7. District/city Governments is the Bupati/Walikota and other areas as the organizer of local governance. 8. the Bupati/Walikota is the Bupati/Walikota in West Java. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 10 9. The regional development planning board hereinafter called Bappeda is the regional development planning board province of Jawa Barat. 10. The organization of the Area hereinafter referred to as Device OPD is a work Unit of local government which has the task of managing the budget and other areas. 11. Vertical Institutions is departments and/or Non Governmental Departments in the area. 12. Societies are those individuals, groups of people, including customary law society or a legal entity with an interest in the activities and development results. 13. The corporate world are micro enterprises, small businesses, medium businesses, and great effort that perform economic activities in Indonesia. 14. Planning is a process to determine the appropriate future actions, by order of preference, taking into account existing resource. 15. The annual Regional development planning is the process of the preparation of regional development plans are being implemented to produce planning documents for a period of one year. http://www.bphn.go.id/


No. 2 2009 series. E 11 16. Long term Regional development plan hereinafter referred to RPJP Area development planning document is West Java province for a period of 20 (twenty) years counted since 2005 up to the year 2025, which contains the vision, mission, and the direction of the long-term development of West Java province. 17. the medium-term development plan area of West Java province in 2008-2013 hereinafter referred RPJM Area is regional development plan which is a regional development planning documents for a period of 5 (five) years. 18. The regional development work plan which is hereinafter referred to as RKPD is the annual development plan Area which is a regional development planning documents for a period of 1 (one) year. 19. The plan of Spatial Region of West Java which is hereinafter referred to as RTRWP is the result of spatial planning regions that govern the structure and space pattern of West Java province. 20. The organization's work plan the Area hereinafter referred to as Device Renja OPD is the annual development plan is a planning document OPD OPD for the period of 1 (one) year. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 12 21. The next strategic plan called Renstra is plan annual 5 (five) that describe the vision, mission, strategic environmental analysis, key success factors, goals and objectives, strategies, and performance evaluation. 22. Regional development is conducted continuously and planned by all components in the region to realize the vision of the region. 23. the formulation of a common vision is about the desired state at the end of the planning period. 24. the general outline of the mission is about the efforts that will be undertaken to realize the vision. 25. The programme is the elaboration of policies in the form of efforts that contains one or more activity by using the provided resources to achieve measurable results in accordance with the mission. 26. The activities are part of program implemented by one or more work units on OPD as part of the achievement of measurable goals on a program and consists of a set of actions the deployment of resources, either in the form of personal, capital goods including appliances and technology, funds, or a combination of some or all types of resources, as input (input) to produce output (output) http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 13 in the form of goods or services. 27. Budget revenue and Spending areas hereafter GRANT income and Expenditure Budget is an area of West Java province. CHAPTER II the POSITION of article 2 RPJM Area is: a. translation of vision, mission and programs the Governor into the regional development strategy, public policy, the Governor's priorities, program direction and financial policy areas, taking into account the RPJP region; b. regional planning documents that provide direction at a time reference for all components of the perpetrators of the regional development in realizing a sustainable regional development. CHAPTER III GOALS and PURPOSE of article 3 (1) determination of the Mean RPJM Areas is to set the http://www.bphn.go.id/planning document No. 2 2009 series. E 14 as guidelines in: a. the preparation of RKPD for a period of 5 (five) years; b. Drafting Renstra OPD for a period of 5 (five) years; c. preparation of Renja OPD. (2) the purpose of the determination of the Area was for RPJM: a. set the vision, mission and medium-term development programme Areas; b. set the guidelines in drafting Renstra OPD, RKPD, Renja OPD, Planning and Budgeting; c. Establish guidelines in the preparation of regional, RPJM Renstra OPD, Renja OPD and RKPD as well as planning budgeting regencies and cities of West Java-se; d. Realizing synergic areas of development planning and integrated development planning between national, provincial and Regency/city and province which borders. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 15 CHAPTER IV SYSTEMATICS article 4 Systematics RPJM areas include: a. Chapter i: INTRODUCTION Contains background, intent and purpose, legal basis, systematic arrangement, and the process of drafting. b. Chapter II: an OVERVIEW of REGIONAL CONDITIONS and regional development and evaluation of Load conditions existing up to the initial drafting of the RPJM area in every sector of development, the challenges that will be faced during the last 5 (five) years, strategic issues and scenarios as well as the assumption of local development 2008-2013. c. Chapter III: Clarifying VISION and MISSION vision and mission of local Government to http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 16 d. CHAPTER IV period of 5 (five) year ahead, goals and objectives, as well as performance indicators per development mission. The REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY Contains and describes the direction of the regional development policy, regional development programmes and performance indicators as well as a milestone. e. Chapter V: REGIONAL FUNDING Regional financial policies as well as explaining the efforts that will be made to meet the needs of funding for 5 (five) years. f. CHAPTER VI: TRANSITIONAL and IMPLEMENTING RULES GUIDELINES explains the transition guidelines in 2013 and 2014, the basic principles of implementation as well as the Area rule RPJM implementation. g. CHAPTER VII: CLOSING http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 17 Chapter V CONTENT and DESCRIPTIONS RPJM AREA article 5 Contents along with a blurb RPJM Area as mentioned on Chapter 4, listed in Annexes I, II, III, IV and V as part of which is inseparable from the Rule of this area. CHAPTER VI CONTROL and EVALUATION of article 6 (1) local Governments conduct control and evaluation of the implementation of the RPJM area. (2) procedures for control and evaluation of the implementation of the RPJM Area as mentioned on paragraph (1), established by the Governor. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 18 CHAPTER VII miscellaneous PROVISIONS article 7 RPJM Area basis a report description of Liability (LKPJ) the Governor of 2009 until the year 2013. CHAPTER VIII PROVISIONS COVER article 8 with the introduction of the regulation of this area, then the Rule of the Governor of West Java Number 54 in 2008 about the medium term development plan (RPJM) region of West Java province in 2008-2013 (regional news in 2008 Number 54 E series), repealed and declared inapplicable. Article 9 of the regulation of this area comes into force on the date of promulgation. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 19 so that everyone can know it, ordered the enactment of regulations in this Area with its placement in the piece area of West Java province. Set in Bandung on March 3, 2009 WEST JAVA GOVERNOR AHMAD HERYAWAN ttd, Enacted in Bandung on March 6, 2009, SECRETARY of West Java, ttd LEX ADMIRAL SHEET REGION of WEST JAVA PROVINCE in 2008 number 2 E series http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 20 EXPLANATION for WEST JAVA AREA of REGULATION No. 2 of 2009 ABOUT the MEDIUM TERM DEVELOPMENT PLAN (RPJM) REGION of WEST JAVA PROVINCE in 2008 – 2013 i. GENERAL RPJM Area is regional development planning documents for a period of 5 (five) years, being used as a reference in the preparation of RKPD for each period of 1 (one) year. Under article 5 of the Act number 25 in 2004 about the system of national development planning and Law Number 32 of 2004 concerning Regional Government, RPJM Area is the translation of vision, mission and programs the Governor into the regional development strategy, public policy, the Governor's priorities, program direction and financial policy areas, with Regional Regulations based on number 9 in 2008 on Long-term development plan (RPJP) Region of West Java in 2005-2025. RPJM the area used as a guide in the preparation of RKPD, which is the annual development plan of the region, as well as load priority regional development macroeconomic framework, which includes the description of the http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 21 overall economy including the direction of fiscal policy, as well as program and regulatory frameworks in the form of a territorial and funding are indicative. The RPJM Area is 5 (five) years. Implementation of Regional RPJM Years 2008-2013 is divided into stages of development planning on annual development planning periodization poured in: a. RKPD in 2009; b. RKPD Year 2010; c. RPKD in 2011; d. RKPD year 2012; e. RKPD by 2013. The success and implementation of RPJM Area, very depending on the agreement, understanding and shared commitment between the Governments of the region, Governments, the Governments of regencies and cities of West Java se-as well as stakeholders in West Java. In order to maintain the continuity of development and avoid the void Area development plans, the Governor is being reigned in the last year of his administration are obliged to draw up a draft Budget of income and RKPD and shopping districts (RAPBD) in the first year of the period of the reign of the next Governor, i.e. in 2013. Nevertheless, the Governor elected in the next period of stay has extensive space to refine BUDGETS through the mechanisms of changes in BUDGETS (BUDGETS) as set forth in Act No. 17 of 2003 about the finances of the State. http://www.bphn.go.id/


No. 2 2009 series. E 22 II. The SAKE ARTICLE ARTICLE article 1 terms in this article are intended to prevent misinterpretation and misunderstanding in understanding and implementing Regulations in this Area. Article 2 RPJM Area has a position as a basic framework for the management of regional development in the period of 5 (five) years, which is the elaboration of development in West Java by staying attentive to the direction of the national medium term development plan and is a guideline in: a. Drafting Renstra OPD, RKPD, Renja OPD, planning and budgeting; b. Drafting RPJM, OPD, Renja Renstra OPD and RKPD as well as planning budgeting Kabupaten/Kota se-Jawa Barat; c. regional development planning embodies the synergic and integrated National development planning between the province and district/city and Province which borders. Article 3 sufficiently clear article 4 Article 5 is pretty clear pretty obvious http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 23 article 6 paragraph (1) sufficiently clear paragraph (2) sufficiently clear article 7 Quite Obviously article 8 article 9 is quite clear Enough ADDITIONAL Clear SHEET REGION NUMBER 60 http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 24 Appendix: REGULATORY REGIONS of WEST JAVA PROVINCE. The 2009 number: 2 date: March 3, 2009 ABOUT: MEDIUM TERM DEVELOPMENT PLAN (RPJM) REGION of WEST JAVA PROVINCE in 2008-2013 CHAPTER i. INTRODUCTION 1.1 background to the West Java regional development that have been carried out in the period 2003-2008 has provided positive results in various facets of people's lives. However, based on the evaluation that has been done, there is still a wide range of important problems that must be overcome. The fundamental problem is the poor population and unemployment numbers were still pretty much, and the low purchasing power of the community. For that, the challenge within the next five years, is not only oriented on increasing economic growth but needs to be http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 25 supported with equitable development, which is accompanied by poverty reduction and job creation. Handling efforts implemented by considering sectoral and territorial approach and involve the active participation of stakeholders in West Java. In order to improve synergy, synchronization and integration of all the potential in the West Java, it takes a development plan that can be a guideline for all stakeholders in contributing to regional development in West Java within 5 (five) years. The development plan embodied in the medium-term development plan of the region. Based on Act No. 25 of 2004 about the system of national development planning and Law Number 32 of 2004 concerning Regional Government, the Government of West Java province medium term Development Plan (RPJM) Region of West Java with the holding to the applicable local No. 9 in 2008 on Long-term development plan (RPJP) Region of West Java as well as paying attention to the National medium term development plan. Medium-term development plan (RPJM) region of West Java province in 2008-2013 is the elaboration of the vision and mission of the Governors who poured in the regional development strategy in the form of http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 26 policy and program development, funding the construction of the framework and its implementation rules. To maintain the continuity of the implementation of the regional development, RPJM area of West Java province also pays attention to the strategic plan of the Government of West Java province 2003-2008 as well as Transition Areas RPJM West Java province in 2009. 1.2 purpose and Goal of its medium term development plan (RPJM) region of West Java province in 2008-2013 set out with the intention to give directions at once become the guidelines for all stakeholders is good for the Government, local government, community and business world in building understanding, agreement and a joint commitment to realize the vision and mission of the Government of West Java province on an ongoing basis. As for the purpose of drafting the RPJM Area of West Java are: 1. Set the vision, mission, and medium-term regional development programmes; 2. establish guidelines in the preparation of the strategic plan (Renstra) Organization of regional Device (OPD), Regional Government work plan (RKPD), a work Plan (Renja) OPD, planning and budgeting; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 27 3. Set guidelines in the preparation of regional, RPJM Renstra OPD, Renja OPD and RKPD as well as planning budgeting regencies and cities of West Java se; 4. Realizing the synergistic areas of development planning and integrated development planning between national, provincial and Regency/city and province which borders. 1.3 legal basis in drafting RPJM Area of West Java province in 2008-2013, some legislation that became the Foundation, namely as follows: 1. Act No. 11 of 1950 on the establishment of the province of West Java (Republic Indonesia on 4 July 1950), Jo. Act No. 8 of 1950 the Government of Jakarta Raya (Indonesia Country Sheet Republic of 1950 the number 31, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia number 15) as amended several times, the last by Act No. 29 of 2007 about the Government of the province of Jakarta as the capital of the Republic of Indonesia (unitary State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 93 in 2007, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia No. 2 2009 http://www.bphn.go.id/series. E 28 Number 4744) and Act No. 23 of 2000 on the establishment of Banten Province (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia year 2000 Number 182, additional sheets of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4010); 2. Act No. 28 of 1999 about the organizers of a country that is clean and free from corruption, Collusion and Nepotism (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 75 in 1999, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3851); 3. Act No. 17 of 2003 about State Finances (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 47 in 2003, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4286); 4. Act No. 1 of 2004 on the Treasury of the State (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia in 2004, an additional Sheet No. 5 of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4355); 5. Act No. 10 of 2004 concerning the formation of Legislation (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 53 in 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4389); http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 29 6. Act No. 25 of 2004 about National Development Planning System (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 164 in 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4421); 7. Law Number 32 of 2004 concerning Regional Government (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 125 of 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4437) as amended several times, the last by Act No. 12 of 2008 about the second amendment in the Law Number 32 of 2004 concerning Regional Government (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 59 in 2008, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4844); 8. Act No. 33 of 2004 concerning the Financial Equalization between the Central Government and the regional Government (the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 126 in 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4438); 9. Act No. 17 of 2007 about the Long-term National Development Plan 2005-2025 (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 33 in 2007, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4700); http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 30 10. Act No. 26 of 2007 concerning Spatial (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 68 in 2007, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4725); 11. Government Regulation Number 58 in 2005 about the financial management area (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 140 in 2005, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4578); 12. Government Regulation Number 38 in 2007 about Government Affairs Divisions between the Government, local governance and local governance Provincial district/city (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 82 in 2007, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4737); 13. Government Regulation Number 41 in 2007 about the Organization of the device area (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Year 2007 Number 89, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4741); 14. Government Regulation number 6 in 2008 about the conduct of the Evaluation Guidelines for local governance (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia number 19 in 2008, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4815); http://www.bphn.go.id/


No. 2 2009 series. E 31 15. Government Regulation number 7 in 2008 on Dekonsentrasi and Pembantuan (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 20 in 2008, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4817); 16. Government Regulation number 8 in 2008 about the procedures for the preparation, control and evaluation of the implementation of the Regional Development Plan (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Year 2008 Number 21, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4817); 17. Government Regulation number 26 in 2008 on National Territory Spatial Plans (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Year 2008 Number 48, additional sheets of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4725); 18. the presidential Regulation number 7 in 2005 about the medium term National development plan 2004-2009 (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia number 11 in 2005); 19. West Java area of Regulation No. 2 of 2003 about the Spatial Plan of the province of West Java (Regional Gazette 2003 No. 2 E series); http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 32 20. West Java area of Regulation No. 3 of 2005 on the establishment of Regional Regulations (Gazette No. 12 in 2005 Regional E series, an additional Sheet number 1 Area); 21. West Java area of Regulation No. 9 of 2008 about a long-term development plan (RPJP) Region of West Java in 2005-2025 (Regional Gazette in 2008 number 8 E series, an additional Sheet region number 45); 22. West Java area of Regulation No. 10 in 2008 about the Affairs of the Government of the province of West Java (Gazette No. 9 of 2008 the area of Serie D, additional Regional Gazette No. 46); 23. West Java area of Regulation No. 12 in 2008 about the fine points of regional financial management (2008 Region Sheet number 11 E series, an additional Sheet region number 47). http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 33 1.4 Systematic preparation of medium term development plan (RPJM) region of West Java province in 2008-2013 was drawn up on the basis of Systematics as follows: chapter I: INTRODUCTION to load background, intent and purpose, legal basis, systematic arrangement, and the process of preparation of RPJMD West Java province in 2008-2013. Chapter II: GENERAL DESCRIPTION and CONDITION of the REGION Contains the evaluation of the regional development and the conditions existing up to the initial drafting of the RPJM Area of West Java province in 2008-2013 in all sectors of development, the challenges that will be faced during the next 5 years, strategic issues and scenarios as well as the assumption of local development in 2008-2013. Chapter III: Clarifying VISION and MISSION vision and mission of the local Government of West Java province for a period of 5 (five) years, the http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 34 goals and objectives as well as performance indicators per development mission. Chapter IV: REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY Contains and describes the direction of the regional development policy, regional development programmes and objectives of each programme and cantonal policies. Chapter v: REGIONAL FUNDING Explains financial policies area that includes the policy of revenue, expenditure and financing over the next five years into the future. Chapter VI: TRANSITIONAL and IMPLEMENTING RULES GUIDELINES explains the transition guidelines in 2013 and 2014, the basic principles of the implementation of the medium-term development plan (RPJM) region of West Java province in 2008-2013 and rule implementation. Chapter VII: CLOSING http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 35 1.5 the process of preparation of the medium-term development plan (RPJM) region of West Java province in 2008-2013 drafted several approaches as follows: 1. This approach looks at the political, that the election of the head of a Region is the process of preparing the plan, because people's choices determine the voters based on development programs that offered the candidates a head region. Therefore, the development plan is the elaboration of the agenda-the development agenda offered the head area of the campaign trail into the medium term Regional development plan; 2. Teknokratik, this approach is implemented by using the method of scientific thinking and framework by agencies that functionally in charge for it; 3. the Participatory approach, implemented by involving the whole stakeholders (stakeholders) to development. This involvement is to get the aspirations and create a sense of belonging; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 36 4. Top-down (top-down) and bottom-up (bottom-up), the approach of top-down and bottom-up is implemented according to the level of our Government. Plan results top-down processes and lower the top-aligned through the deliberations carried out both the present national, provincial, City and County, district, and village. Medium-term development plan (RPJM) region of West Java province in 2008-2013 are organized through participatory planning with stages set out the evaluation process, projection and analysis of the factors of internal and external factors that influence directly or indirectly against the construction of the area of West Java province. The preparation of the medium-term development plan (RPJM) region of West Java province in 2008-2013 is done through the various stages of sectoral dialogue or public dialogue involving various key stakeholders from the Government, the regional Government of the province, the local government counties and cities, businesses, universities, non-governmental organizations and the public. In addition carried out public consultation stages through deployment question form in newspapers http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 37 areas, carry out open house and open the opportunity for the public to provide input through other media such as websites. Stages of the process of preparing, in diagramatis can be seen in Figure 1.1. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 38 source:-Law number 25 of 2004-Law Number 32 Year 2004-Government Regulation No. 8 of 2008 Figure 1.1 process of preparing medium-term Regional development plan (RPJMD) West Java province in 2008-2013 Draft Early RPJMD by Bapeda vision, mission, Program the regional development Evaluation KDH Musrenbang RPJMD RPJMD final draft Formulation based on the results of the Musrenbang RPJMD RPJMD set through two stages : 1. determination of the Stage with the head of the Regulatory region (3 months after it is sworn in) 2. Determination of the stage with local regulations after consultation with the Minister of the Interior (6 months after the inauguration) refers to the RPJM National 2004-2009 Perda No. 9 in 2008 about RPJPD of West Java in 2005-2025 http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 39 CHAPTER II GENERAL CONDITIONS of the AREA of West Java province has an area of 3,584,644.92 hectares, with a variety of topographic conditions. The area of West Java which is at an altitude of 0-25 meters above sea level (a.s.l.) is covering an area of 330,946.92 acres, 312,037.34 hectares located at an altitude of 25-100 meters above sea level, 650,086.65 acres located at 100-500 meters above sea level, 585,348.37 hectares are at an altitude of 500-1000 meters above sea level and 284,022.53 hectares at an altitude of 1000 metres are more above sea level. Administratively, in 2008 the West Java province consists of 26 counties and the city, which is divided into 17 districts and the city's 9th District, Bogor, Sukabumi, Cianjur, Bandung, Garut, West Bandung, Ciamis, Tasikmalaya, Kuningan, Cirebon, Sumedang, Majalengka, Indramayu, Subang, Purwakarta, Bekasi, Karawang, Bogor, Sukabumi and Bandung, Cirebon, Depok, Bekasi, Greenacres, Tasikmalaya and Banjar. The population of West Java province, until the end of 2007 reached 41,483,729 inhabitants, with a rate of growth of http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 40 inhabitants 1.83% and the rate of the average population density of 1,157 inhabitants/year. In the period 2003-2007, the rate of population growth in West Java may be controlled significantly, i.e. from amounted to 2.25 percent in 2003 to 1.83 percent in 2007. In 2007, the population of men as much as women and as much as the soul 20,919,807 20,563,922 soul. While according to age group, in 2003 to 2007 still form a pyramid with the child's age group and productive age. Furthermore, based on the structure of employment, the population of West Java dominated the population worked in agriculture, trade, services and industry. Development of the perkonomian area during the years 2003-2007 tinged with the onset of the economic turmoil in 2005, along with the increase in the price of fuel oil. The condition tends to be stable until the year 2007. Macro-economic stability and the financial condition of the national stay awake until the end of 2007, shows the national economic fundamentals improved in the face of external and internal changes. Stability indicator http://www.bphn.go.id/


No. 2 2009 series. E 41 of these have implications for national macro economic positive for continuation of economic growth in West Java. In General, the economy of West Java in 2007 growth 6.41% higher when compared with the growth of national economy as big as 6.2%. Inflation in 2007 was recorded of 5.10% lower than in 2006 amounting to 6.15 in%. The decline in the rate of inflation is due to terkendalinya pricing needs of foodstuffs and food ingredients especially rice supplies available. The Economic Research Centre Indonesia Institute of Science (LIPI-P2E) estimated Indonesia's economic growth in 2008 will reach a range of 6-6.5 percent below the Government's prediction of 6.8 percent. The decline in the growth of the global economy and the high price of fuel oil in the international market, resulting in economic growth of 2008 not as high as the target of the Government. The decline in global economic growth that will affect the performance of Indonesia's exports in 2008. For the province of West Java, the projection of economic growth in 2008 is estimated to be between 6 – 6.5 http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 42 percent. This growth is still dominated by processing industries, trade sector – hotel – restaurant (PHR) and agriculture. 2.1. Evaluation of the development of the 2003 – 2007 implementation of the regional development covering the areas of socio-cultural and religious life, the economy, science and technology, infrastructure, politics, peace and order of society, law, reform, and development of spatial locality, as well as natural resources and environment has achieved progress. The results of the evaluation for the period 2003-2007 can be outlined as follows. 2.1.1 the socio-cultural and Religious life of the regional development field of socio-cultural and religious life with regard to the quality of the human being and society in West Java. The condition reflected on population quantity and quality of population such as education, health, empowerment of women, youth, sports, arts and culture, and religious. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 43 rate of population growth control Efforts, whether natural or incoming migration, conducted continuously. Rate of population growth (LPP) in West Java which is still high triggered by high birth rate and migration sign in West Java. Construction of the quality of life of the inhabitants of the West Java regional development remains a priority. The development of quality human resources (HR) West Java showed the progression of the increasingly improved. These things, among others, demonstrated by the attainment of human development index (HDI). The HDI is calculated based on three indicators, namely Education, Health Index Index, and the index of purchasing power. In 2007, HDI West Java reaches 70.69, numbers increased by 0.38 points compared to the previous year that is 70.31 in amount. In 2002 – 2007, HDI West Java increased numbers of 4.85 65.84 in 2002 became 70.69 in 2007. In the same span of time, the Education Index increased by 2.14 points, from 78.07 in 2002 to 80.21 in 2007; Health index experiencing an increase of 5.14 points, from 65.83 in 2002 became 70.97 on http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 44 in 2007; and the index of purchasing power of 7.29 points, from 53.61 in 2002 to become 60.90 in 2007. Educational attainment index is a combination of the number of literacy (AMH) and the average of the old school (RLS). AMH in 2007 was amounting to 95.32% (figures very temporary) increased compared to the year 2002 amounting to 93.10%, or showed a rise of 2.22% compared to 2002. The average of the old School (RLS) up to the year 2002 is still of 7.20 year or the average education level of residents in West Java was not completed or new JSS reach 1st grade JSS. 2007 RLS reach 7.50 years (numbers very temporary), or rose by 0.3 year compared to 2002. Life expectancy (AHH) show a rise from 64.50 years in 2002 to become 67.58 of the year in 2007, or up by 3.08 year compared to 2002, while the parity purchasing power (purchasing power parity) increase of Rp 31,526.00, Rp from 592,000.00 in 2002 to Rp 623,526.00 in 2007. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 45 development of education has been implemented with operates on the acceleration effort alleviation 9-year compulsory education program through formal and non formal education, as well as articles 12-year compulsory education to cities by number of participation in basic education level which is already optimal. For the aspects of improved quality, relevance and competitiveness, achieving a significant enough to have been shown by the formation of the tripartite institution among the Government, businesses, and schools as a medium for improving the quality of vocational education, including the absorption of the graduates in the working world. Along with this effort puts vocational school also has started by changing the proportions of the number of schools and students between high school and VOCATIONAL SCHOOL, which was originally a 60:40 to 40:60, with a focus on learning, polytechnic education (life skills) priority competency areas. Increased access to health services and against society development of community-based health services continue to be done. Nevertheless, the achievement of health indicators in West Java were still below the national average. In 2006 infant mortality (AKB) in West Java, of http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 46 40,26/1000 live births, while AKB national of 38/1000 live births and maternal mortality (AKI) giving birth in 2003 amounted to 320/100,000 live births, while the national BATTERY of 320/100,000 live births. This condition is affected by several factors, among others, still the high cases of sufferers of bad nutrition of toddlers, i.e. as much nutrition as much less 38,760 and 380,673 of 3,536,981 toddler who weighed. In addition still the existence of cases caused by infectious diseases, such as bird flu from 6 suspect recorded 60 people sufferers died in March 2007 and cases of AIDS and HIV positive sufferers 1,578 of 1,543 sufferers (number of cumulative years 1998 – December 2007). Other factors influencing health indicators are the basic health services, including the number of clinics which in 2007 totalled 1,007 clinics from the need of 1,358 clinics, midwives, personnel villages amounted to 5,873 7,167 needs people. However, based on the standard education of midwives who can serve the health service a minimum Diploma III (D3), currently no. 2 2009 http://www.bphn.go.id/new series. E 47 totaled 2,215 people, whereas the other midwife amounted to 4,952 people have a level of Education Diploma I (D1). In order to rescue mother and child development Ministry has implemented kegawat daruratan obstetrics and Newborn through the development of a capable Puskemas obstetric and Neonatal Services carry out Emergency Basis (PONED) each 4 clinics in 16 Counties (65 Clinics capable PONED) and has now been developed into 92 Clinics capable PONED. Based on the above conditions to achieve the expected degree of health, efforts are necessary, among others, increased access to medical services, namely, an increase in the quality of the workforce, an increase in health facilities as well as an increase in clean and healthy lifestyles in the community. Increased competency, productivity and competitiveness of the workforce continues to be done in an effort to combat unemployment in West Java. Numerous attempts have been made including the granting of certification training and testing to improve the competency of the workforce. The expansion of job opportunities still remain of concern, including through the activities of the http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 48 granting temporary work in the village of labor and shipping to a foreign country. Partiality towards increasing the role of women in all sectors of development has been done. The success of the development of women's empowerment Gender Empowerment Index reflected and the Gender development index. The gender empowerment index includes membership of women in Parliament (%), the percentage of professional workers (%) women, women in the workforce (%) and non farm workers wages (USD 000). While the gender development index includes life expectancy (AHH) men and women, average old school (RLS) men and women, the rate of literacy (AMH) men and women and the percentage of the labor force. In 2006, the Gender Empowerment Index reached 54.4 and Gender development index reaches 60.8 Although this condition has increased from the year 2005 namely IPG of 59.8 and IDG of 53.0 however when compared with the national figure is still below i.e. IPG amounted to 70.1 and IGD of 65.3. See conditions for gender mainstreaming effort would still need to be improved, among other http://www.bphn.go.id/


No. 2 2009 series. E 49 through increased understanding of gender mainstreaming to all walks of life, an increase in the Government's commitment, as well as an increase in gender mainstreaming to all programs and activities. Youth development as one element of the human resources and the backbone as well as the successor to the ideals of the nation, continue to be prepared and developed the quality of life through improved education, welfare aspects of life and health level. Number of youth (aged 15-34 years) was as much as 14,848,357 soul or 34.16% of the total population. To accomodate the activity and creativity of the young generation who are more qualified and independent, there are various rides either developed by the Government, as well as upon the initiation of such a society through the various youth organizations. Development and construction of sports besides the optimization of sports achievement, culture building efforts also done sports in society. To enhance the construction of the sports in question still needed the support of the sports facilities and infrastructure, good sports community sports facility or integrated with international standards. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 50 Cultural Development in West Java was intended to preserve and develop the culture of the region as well as maintaining identity and cultural values of the area in the middle is getting new information flow and negative influence on global culture. Development of Arts and culture in West Java are already experiencing the progress marked by the growing understanding of the cultural values and the use of local languages, Cirebon, Sundanese Dermayu and Betawi as Malay mother tongue society in West Java. However, the more the effort increased West Java community identity as well as social solidarity, family, respect for cultural values and language still needs to be constantly improved. Culture-positive behave like hard work, mutual, togetherness and independence felt the more faded. This indicates the necessity of restoring and excavating local wisdom in the life of the community. The development of social welfare is a planned effort and work that includes various forms of social intervention and social services to meet the needs of http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 51 man, prevent and overcome the social issues as well as strengthening the institutional social. Community social welfare conditions is indicated by the number of the disabled, social welfare Problem (PMKS). In West Java in 2007 number of PMKS reach PMKS 3,218,872. Of the PMKS, 58.1% dominated by the problems of the poor, while the problem of abandoned children and elderly abandoned each of 10.3% and 7.3%. Based on these conditions is certainly an effort to promote the excavation of the potential and resources of social welfare (PSKS) needs to be improved so as to encourage the recovery of the PMKS to return his role and function in the community in accordance with its social function. The quality of the religious life in West Java has led to the awareness of the community to carry out the teachings of the religion in the life of society, as well as awareness and religious tolerance. These conditions create a harmonious and conducive relationship either between religions as well as between believers. Those things can support social piety in society. But in the process of realizing the http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 52 social piety in society, still there are heresies which are incompatible with the norms of the religion and disrupt the social and religious life. 2.1.2 Economic macro economy Condition in West Java are experiencing growth in the period 2003-2007, it is indicated by an increase in the LPE of 4.39% in 2003 to 6.41% in 2007. According to Bank Indonesia (2007), increased economic growth in West Java is supported by the stability of the national economy are maintained and sourced from the growing foreign trade, consumption and investment activity is increasing. The thing that also supports an increase in the LPE is terkendalinya inflation rate. Inflation in 2007 was recorded of 5.10%, down from 5.69% of 2003. The rate of economic growth and inflation in West Java in 2003-2007 can be explained as Table 2.1. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 53 Table 2.1. The rate of economic growth and inflation in West Java in 2003-2007 Year 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 Economic Growth Rate Explanation (LPE) (%) 4.39 4.77 5.62 6.01 *) 6.41 **) Inflation (%) 5.69 7.56 18.51 6.15 5.10 source: BPS, 2003-2007 *) figures very temporary. * * quarterly improvement of estimation) results in significant LPE is certainly expected to reduce poverty and the number of unemployment in West Java, but an increase in economic growth in the macro has not been fully able to influence the proportion of the poor population and the open unemployment rate in West Java. Gross Regional domestic product (GDP), in 2007 still dominated by sectors of the manufacturing industry amounted to 43.76%, trade, hotels and restaurants of 20.84% and the agricultural sector of 13.01%, as Table 2.2. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 54 Table 2.2. Gross Regional domestic product of West Java in 2003-2007 Year Description 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 GDP adh (million Rp) 243,793,194 304,458,450.69 389,268,649.47 473,556,757.60 542.272.108 .70 *) manufacturing industry sector's contribution (%) 43.60 41.88 44.46 45.24 41.21 **) contribution to the trade sector, the hotel and restaurant (%) 18.45 18.91 19.08 19.40 22.31 **) contribution of the agricultural sector (%) 13.66 13.49 11.93 11.12 12.45 ** Source: BPS) Jawa Barat, 2003-2007 *) figures very provisional estimate quarterly III 2007. **) figures very while estimated quarterly IV 2007. Gross fixed capital formation (PMTB), in 2007 was recorded at Rp 87.137 trillion (on the basis of the prices in force), when compared with the year 2003, namely Rp 42.873 trillion, a rise of 50.80% occurred, as Table 2.3. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 55 Table 2.3. Gross fixed capital formation in West Java in 2003-2007 Year 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 Description of the formation of fixed capital in Broto (PMTB) a.d.h. (million USD) 42.873.463.13 49,749,372.82 63,646,174.39 75.641.574,78 87.137.142,96 *) * * Source: BPS) Jawa Barat, 2003-2007 *) figures very temporary. **) figures very provisional estimate of quarter III 2007 the rate of investment growth are implanted in West Java through Foreign Investment (PMA) and Domestic Investment (PMDN), in the period 2003 – 2007, showed a tendency to increase. These conditions give sinyalemen that the investment climate in Indonesia provide enough opportunity for the investor to infuse its investments in West Java. However considerable investment in West Java, not yet fully able to give direct effect in improving the quality of human resources and absorb the regions. The development of the realization of the PMA and PMDN can be described in Table 2.4. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 56 http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 57 Table 2.4. The realization of Foreign Investment and Domestic capital investment in West Java in 2003-2007 Year 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 Description the realization of PMA and PMDN: number of investments (billion Rp) Project Number 12.99 14.146 18.371 23.741 20.846 (fruit) 225 221 350 285 262 number of workforce (people) 52,933 58,281 97,382 76,161 61,041 source: BPPMD province of West Java, 2003-2007 in the period 2003-2007, the average investment growth of PMA and PMDN reach 19.13% per year. Realization of investment PMA and PMDN in 2006 amounting to Rp. 23.741 trillion, if compared with the year 2005 amounting to Rp. 18.371 trillion, in that period (2005-2006) is the biggest investment growth achievement, namely Rp 5.37 trillion or 29.23%. Overall investment realization value PMA and PMDN experienced an increase, from Rp 12.996 billion in 2003 to Rp. 18.371 trillion in 2005, and in 2007 amounted to Rp 20.914 trillion. This picture shows the occurrence trend of increased investment which is the contribution of http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 58 from increased investment PMA or PMDN as the impact of improving investment climate. Investment climate in Indonesia shows the development that continues to improve. West Java's strategic position puts the West Java became the main destination for investment, both Foreign Investment (PMA) and Domestic Investment (PMDN). Nevertheless, investment growth has not been able to increase linkages with local businesses and job opportunities. This caused yet efficient and effective bureaucracy, not the existence of legal certainty and finality sought in the field of capital investment, still lack supporting infrastructure is a constraint in an effort to increase investment in West Java. Economic growth in the post-crisis in West Java in 1997 has increased, this is driven by three main sectors i.e. sectors of the processing industry sector, trade, hotels and restaurants as well as the agricultural sector. However, economic growth has not been able to improve the welfare of society is still characterized by the high number of poor and unemployed. http://www.bphn.go.id/


No. 2 2009 series. E 59 West Java Industry Sector is the main contributor of economic areas that are able to contribute of this stuff 44.68%, supported by a large number of industrial areas. However, the competitiveness of the industry is still low, this is due to the high dependence on imported raw materials, low ability in technology development, low ability and skill resources industry as well as to the high pollution of industrial waste. The trade sector in West Java development focused on distribution system of goods and market access improved market, both domestic and foreign markets. Development of a distribution system geared to facilitate the flow of goods, reducing disparities between regions, reducing price fluctuations and ensure the availability of affordable by the community. Whereas increased market access, both within the country and abroad is carried out through a product promotion. West Java has the potential of tourism are very diverse both in the product tour or tourist market. The diversity of nature and culture that is http://www.bphn.go.id/-owned No. 2 2009 series. E 60 authorized capital in the development of tourist attraction. Based on the data, the national tourists visit Indonesia ranked the third after Jakarta and Bali. For the development of the tourism sector, obstacles faced was not yet tertatanya sights and still poor quality of supporting infrastructure. Agriculture in West Java province in general have a great potential and varied, and supported by the condition of the agroecosystem are suitable for development of agricultural commodities in the broad sense (food crops, livestock, fisheries, and forests). West Java as a manufacturer of 40 (forty) Indonesia's largest agribusiness commodities, particularly rice commodities contributed 18% against the national rice production. The agricultural sector also has labor absorption rate is high, namely on average by 29.65 percent of the population works, although a percentage of absorption tends to decrease. But the relationship between agriculture and other sectors of the subsystem (linkages) not yet fully demonstrates the synergy on the scale of local, regional and national, this is reflected in the development of agro-industries are not optimal in the processing of http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 61 and its marketing. Development of sectoral interests in farming systems and unpreparedness to face the global competition is the obstacles still faced by the agricultural sector. West Java has the potential of marine and fisheries economic development especially in capture fisheries business development on the South coast, the cultivation of the sea, marine biotechnology, as well as a wide range of marine environmental services. However the conditions and potential for fisheries and marine resources of this great has not been followed with the development of business and business is good and marine fisheries. The level of investment and infrastructure supporting the marine business as well as the production of fisheries and marine resources are still far from the potential that exists. On the other hand, the weak condition of the farmers and fishermen as producers led to less development of the activities and results of the processing industry management of fisheries and marine. The role of micro, small and medium enterprises (UMKM), and cooperatives in the increase in economic growth still need to ditumbuhkembangkan. It is due to the lack of effectiveness of the function and role of micro, small and medium enterprises in development as well as rentannya SMALL MEDIUM ENTERPRISES to changes http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 62 fuel prices. Still high compared with the consumption credit investment credit also inhibits economic growth against the SMEC contributions resulting in less sustain real sector activities. In addition, required development of SMALL MEDIUM ENTERPRISES and cooperatives that are able to develop agro-industries and maritime business to support purchasing power and food security. 2.1.3 in science and technology related to the development and utilization of science and technology, scientific studies and publications produced by the Government-owned both research institutions, colleges or private lots located in West Java has yet to be implemented with maximum. It is characterized by: 1. Not yet sinerginya the implementation of research and development (r & d) between the regional institutions and in regional and national; 2. Not yet meratanya results information r & d and the development of appropriate technology (TTG) to all walks of life; 3. Not yet dimanfaatkannya results of r & d by the relevant parties; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 63 4. Still a lack of understanding of the benefits of telematics and information systems (Sitel) on the environment the provincial government and district/city; 5. Still not optimal use of means of communication, as supporters sitel coordination and collaboration among levels of Government; 6. Lack of commonality of perceptions, whether Government or community agencies of the importance of archives as a source of information and material evidence of accountability and functions of the Treasury archives; 7. Not yet optimal archive management support from both the aspects of HUMAN RESOURCES, infrastructure and technology; 8. Not yet optimal support for empowerment and the construction of library HUMAN RESOURCE aspects, in particular the good Office of the librarian, the institutional aspects of the functional, technological and infrastructure aspects. 2.1.4 Region Infrastructure the infrastructure of the region consists of several aspects, namely transport infrastructure, water resources and irrigation, electricity and http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 64 energy, telecommunications, and infrastructure of the settlement. The need for the infrastructure of the region is inseparable from its function and its role towards the development of the region, namely as the referrer and forming spatial structure, fulfilling the needs of the region, the region's growth driver, as well as the fastener area. Aspects of the transportation infrastructure made up of transport by land, air and sea. On land transport, one of the indicators of the success rate of the handling of the road infrastructure is the increased level of steadiness and road conditions. In the period 2003-2007, the level of stability of the provincial road network along the 2,199.18 km has increased from 85.17% to 87.31%. With the level of stability of 87.31%, the long chain of 64.36% provincial road are on condition of being. This is because the already interminable age plan way in most of the province's roads so that the condition of the road structure became unstable. Low levels of stability is also caused by the high frequency of natural disasters and the burden of traffic that often exceed the toughest axis charge standard (MST). In addition, the lack of a network of toll roads, as well as http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 65 yet the integration of the whole road network in West Java with either included with the toll road network system, causing poor quality and scope of service of infrastructure networks road in West Java. The condition of the ground transportation infrastructure such as roads and lack of availability of equipment facilities such as traffic signs, markings, road safety, terminal and bridges, weigh, and have not been optimal conditions and hierarchy Setup as a place of Exchange terminal mode, causing a lack of smoothness, order, security and supervision of the movement of traffic. So it is with services such as the mass transit railway and buses, are still not optimally given the available land transport infrastructure hasn't been able to accommodate the amount of movement that occurs in particular movement in the central region of West Java. On air transport, the presence of an airport in West Java is still not sufficient to accommodate the demand. Husein Sastranegara airport as the largest in the province of West Java at the moment and some of the http://www.bphn.go.id/airport No. 2 2009 series. E 66 other pioneer has yet to be utilized to its fullest to accommodate the needs of passengers and cargo both domestic and international. Therefore, in recent years it has undertaken various preparatory construction of the international airport in West Java in Majalengka, preparation of the development of the Husein Sastranegara Bandung, as well as enable the existence of the airport Cakrabhuwana in Cirebon district and Nusawiru in Ciamis. On maritime transport, the presence of sea port in West Java is still not sufficient to accommodate the demand. Sea port of Cirebon as largest port owned by the province of West Java is currently the only commercial port just functioned as a result of the physical condition of the port and facilities are inadequate and the existence of limited development due to natural conditions which do not support. In addition, some other sea port in West Java only serves as a transit port and Harbor fish due to inadequate port capacity. Therefore, in recent years, have made a variety of preparatory construction of the main port in Karawang Cilamaya preparation http://www.bphn.go.id/


No. 2 2009 series. E 67 development of sea port of Cirebon, as well as improving the availability and quality in feeder ports are there in West Java. On the infrastructure aspect of water resources and irrigation, the condition of the infrastructure that supports the efforts of conservation, utilization of water resources, damaged water resources control, community involvement in the management of water resources and water resources information system felt still not adequate. The potential of water resources in West Java which is great yet can be utilized optimally in order to support the activities of the agricultural, industrial and domestic needs. Flood and drought also continues to occur among other things due to the declining water resources infrastructure capacity and resources support neighborhood as well as blockage of River estuary due to sedimentation. In addition, an irrigation network conditions are not adequate, although from 2003-2007 irrigation networks damaged in conditions of heavy and light has been reduced from approximately 74% to 46%. So it is with the intensity of cultivation of rice on a Government-run irrigation area of West Java province was still not perceived http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E optimal 68, although the period has increased from 182% to 190%. On the electric infrastructure and energy, electricity handling success rates can be seen from the ratio of the electrification of villages and households. Until mid-2008, there has been an increase in the ratio of household electrification from 57.73% in 2006 to be 62% by mid-2008, the meaning of the new household 11,011,044 about 6,826,847 households have earned power sourced from PLN and PLN. While for rural electricity coverage, the village already get electricity by mid 2008 almost reach 100% , where only six villages which do not have electrical infrastructure that is as much as two villages in Garut and 4 village in Cianjur. Improvement of rural electrification ratio is still being strived to realize Jabar Caang in 2010, while the increase in the ratio of household electrification continued attempted either through network development electricity sourced from PLN, as well as the provision of energy sources http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 69 alternatives such as power plant (PLT) micro-hydro, solar, and wind. On telecommunications, the scope of services for telecommunications infrastructure has not been able to reach every corners of the territory, characterized by the presence of some areas that have not been served. Specifically for cable telephone services, some urban areas in 2005 already high teledensitasnya figures (> 10), whereas for the regional district teledensitasnya condition is still low, especially for rural telecom networks. The slowness of the development of the growth of fixed connections, one of which was caused by the bergesernya business focus to the development of telecommunications providers move (mobile). For the development of rural telecommunication network currently has done numerous attempts one through the program Universal Service Capabilities (the ELECTION COMMISSION)/Universal Service Obligation (USO) which was initiated by the Central Government. The condition of the facilities and infrastructure of the settlement until the end of 2007 is still not adequate. In 2007, households that use sources of drinking water comes from water http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 70 packing/plumbing/pumps of 45.32% (Suseda, 2007). The low coverage of the service of drinking water caused by the still high number of water leaks (an average of 38%), the limited raw water sources, especially in urban areas, rates/levy of water that has not been oriented on cost recovery, is still the low participation of the community and the private sector in the development of drinking water facilities and infrastructure, as well as the limited source of funds owned by the Government. During the period 2003-2007, increased the scope of the service of drinking water focused on poor people in rural areas and the Line through cooperation between local governments with the community. Strategy community-based drinking water supply is perceived to have been quite capable of encouraging an increase in the scope of services and the sustainability of drinking water facilities and infrastructure that has been built. For this aspect of service levels, persampahan persampahan in West Java in General is still very low. The scope of the service of persampahan until the end of 2007 amounted to 53% and around 90% of processing waste in the LANDFILL is still done in open dumping. In addition the condition of persampahan transportation is still not adequate. For the Metropolitan area of http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 71 Bandung and Kabupaten/kota Bogor-Depok, waste management is planned to be conducted on a regional basis through Regional final processing Leuwigajah, Legoknangka, and Nambo and will be managed by Persampahan Management Center (P3JB). However, until the end of 2007, the Leuwigajah LANDFILL has not been able to function because it is still facing problems of social and technical operational after the avalanche, while the LANDFILL Legoknangka new to the stage of technical feasibility, environmental, and social. Therefore, in the short term, the problem of landfill in Bandung Metropolitan still relying on Compost Processing Sarimukti Places up to the year 2010. As for the LANDFILL Nambo until the end of 2007 the newly formed Operational Implementing LANDFILL Nambo as listed in the regulations the Governor of West Java, No. 31 in 2007 about Management Persampahan Center in West Java. Thus, waste management in regencies and cities of Bogor-Depok for a while until 2010 is still done by landfills in each county and city. During the period 2003-2007, have made an effort to the construction of the landfill and the provision of supporting facilities and infrastructure, but efforts to http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 72 reduce the volume of garbage and processing waste into compost is not yet getting special attention. Therefore, the future construction of the LANDFILL and its supporting facilities and infrastructure need to be also supported by increasing community participation in the reduction of a heap of garbage. Domestic waste management service levels until the end of 2007 is still very low. In accordance with the data of 2007, there were Suseda 49.01% households use septic tanks/tank as the place of disposal of feces and the rest use outdoor/rice fields/gardens/River/land/other holes. Domestic waste management infrastructure conditions up to this time show that of the 17 units of Fecal Sludge Treatment Installations (IPLT) only 11 units that operate properly and the 4 new district/city has a system of urban domestic waste water distribution namely Bandung District, Bandung, Bogor and Cirebon. For aspects of housing, the backlog of homes in 2007 of 980,000 units and is expected to reach 1.164 million units in 2013. In addition, there are also slum 1,035 with an area of approximately 25,875 ha which are commonly found in http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 73 fishing settlements and urban areas. High backlog of homes and slum in urban areas caused by the limited sources of funding in favour of the low-income community and yet the share of development in urban and rural areas, making it difficult to control the migration of population in particular to large cities. During the period 2003-2007, handling housing focused on efforts to encourage the construction of flats in metropolitan cities, development of lisiba and Setup/kasiba slum in urban neighborhoods and fishermen through cooperation between the Government and the community. This effort is perceived to have been quite capable of encouraging the provision of a home livable for people on low incomes, improved environmental quality of housing by the public, as well as developing new, more structured settlements. However, the acceleration of the construction of the home livable for people on low incomes need to be immediately carried out and the involvement of the community and the business world in a housing development in West Java needs to be constantly improved. In addition, the implementation of the development in the area of lisiba/kasiba still low enough http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 74 so that efforts to encourage the acceleration of the development of kasiba/lisiba is indispensable. 2.1.5 the political side Of the cantonal Politics, as an area that is located adjacent to West Java Jakarta, positioned as buffer capital political stability. Political conditions in West Java with a population and the voters most crucial political stability nationwide. Therefore the construction of the political sphere, one of which is marked from the successful implementation of national elections in 2004 and 2008 Governor Elections indicate an ongoing democratic process goes well and began to be accepted by all stakeholders. Turnout rate in national elections in 2004 as many as 95% or up from 1999, which reached 72.5% (Figure 1.3 and Figure 1.4). But the Governor's elections in 2008 has decreased becoming 67.31%, and the average level of participation in the election Districts in the County and the city as much as 70%. Throughout the 2005-2008 Election was held the head of Area (the Regents and mayors) have been implemented in 13 counties and cities. http://www.bphn.go.id/


No. 2 2009 series. E 75 Throughout the Election implementation went smoothly and the conflicts that arise can be resolved properly. Figure 2.1. Percentage turnout rate in the elections of REPRESENTATIVES/DPD/DPRD in West Java in 1999 and 2004 45.0 95 1999 2004 http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 76 Figure 2.2. Percentage turnout rate in the elections of President and Vice President in West Java in 2004 75.2 24.8 Using voting rights did not use the right Select geographical condition of the area of influence on political behaviors and preferences choose. In the area that is geographically easy affordable, fast growing stage of its development in the direction of the city even the metropolitan, like Bandung, Bekasi, Bogor, Depok and behavior of choosing to become more rational, heterogeneous, an individualistic-pragmatic, and more open to competition or conflict. In contrast to the geographically hard to reach that tend to inherit an agricultural/rural patterns, then select behavior tend to be homogenous, easily mobilized, primordial, and patrimonialistik. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 77 generally, this turnout rate differences with regards to the effectiveness of the dissemination of regional head election administration voter registration, accuracy, the level of popularity of the candidates as well as the consciousness of the voters to take advantage of the main rights of the citizen in choosing the head of the region which he held. In addition the role of political parties in the exercise of their functions is still low as political recruitment, political communication, political education and socialization, and aggregation and articulation of interests. The number of political parties in West Java that followed national elections in 2004 as many as 24 Parties with a number of parties that gained seats in the PARLIAMENT of West Java as much as 7 party. In the elections of regional Governors and the head of either the mayor or Governor, parties who are in PARLIAMENT include carrying the calonnya. The Coalition is happening vary in each region and at different levels of the province. Product development performance of other political Fields are as follows: 1. Delivery of community aspirations towards PARLIAMENT, among others, marked the number of rallies which are submitted to the institution of PARLIAMENT, where in the progression each year http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 78 decline that is an average of 10% to 15%; 2. for the existence of community organizations (CBOs) and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) currently recorded as many as 190 NGOs and 394 organizations with different classifications; 3. The aspirations that go into PARLIAMENT during 2003-2007 as much as 761 aspirations, with details: a. in 2003 as many as 139 aspiration, aspiration with the substance on political matters, laws-invitations, and employment; b. in 2004 as many as 83 aspiration, aspiration with the substance on political matters; laws-invitation and employment; c. in 2005 as many as 138 aspiration, aspiration with the substance on the issue of the economy; employment; law/CCN; the Government and the Land Commission; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 79 d. 2006 as many as 201 aspirations with the substance of the aspiration on governance issues, employment and law enforcement; e. in 2007 as many as 104 aspiration aspiration with the substance on CCN/law, education and Government. 4. The development aspirations of society conveyed to PARLIAMENT can be seen in Figure 2.3 below. Figure 2.3. The number of Aspirations that go to the DPRD Jawa Barat 2003-2007 139 83 138 201 104 0 50 100 150 200 250 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 From a picture that shows that communities 2.3 prefer to convey the aspirations to the PARLIAMENT as a representative institution that can voice their aspirations. Terms of http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 80 indicates the understanding and awareness of politics is already good enough. But in the process of democratization in West Java, system access and control is still not developed. The pattern of access settings that apply within the community tends to be open and communal development, while the ongoing local mechanism has turned off in the settings of access in more open or capable of functioning in menjebatani relationships up and down. Mutual functioning in overcoming limitations of resources in different regions is an example of a local mechanism in ensuring the well-being of the community. The Organization of the Government especially in the setting of policies often denies the existence of this kind of local institution that also led to the destruction of the social forces that exist in the community. On the other hand the decentralization is an effort to encourage community participation has not been paying attention to the basic properties that are owned (local) area in the articulation of interests. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 81 power Settings and patterns of decision-making in the Government is still looking for a pattern. The practice of deliberation has been known as the practice of democracy in various places in Indonesia. Change the system of Government in an era of decentralization has not been supported by the concept of leadership. Kepengelolaan good practice at the local level, in line with the decentralization process, not to provide a wider space for the participation of various cultural dimensions, both on the dimension of the knowledge, values, as well as the symbolic dimension of culture areas, so that the level of community participation in development and decision-making is still low. 2.1.6 Law Construction Law in the period 2003 to 2007 is directed on realization of the protection of human rights; the realization of the harmony of legal products between the Government, the province and kabupaten/kota, and attainment of LEGISLATIVE initiative in proposing the draft local regulations. During this period close to the performance of the construction Law, among others: http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 82 1. Increased understanding of the people against the HUMAN RIGHTS, which can be measured from: a. the formation of institutional efforts that facilitate an increase in the protection of human rights, through the establishment of the Committee Implementing RANHAM provincial level and 25 at the kabupaten/kota. b. the legal community and increasing awareness of human rights (human rights), especially in the field of environment and prevention of domestic violence, among other things, is characterized by the movement of the nonprofit neighborhood greening in self-help and consciousness to report various acts of violence that occur in the household through law enforcement. 2. The amount of the legal product area (Perda, Pergub, Kepgub etc) that have been produced throughout the years 2003 to 2007 reach 4,175 fruit, with details of the Change as much as 65 pieces, Regulations of the Governor as much as 350 pieces, a decision the Governor as much as 3,756 fruit and instructions of the Governor as much as 4. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 83 In the diagram number of legal products that have been made can be seen in Figure 2.4: Drawing 2.4. Number of products in West Java area of Law Resulting in 2003 until 2007 3. The number of regional Legal Products issued West Java province and annulled the Government as much as 4 pieces i.e. Perda field levy area. 4. In order to keep the harmony of legal products issued by the County Government and the city with higher legislation, appropriate PERDA, 65 PERGUB, 350 KEPGUB, 3756 INGUB, 4 PERGUB KEPGUB INGUB http://www.bphn.go.id/PERDA No. 2 2009 series. E 84 command Law Number 32 of 2004 concerning regional Government since 2004 has been implemented against the raperda evaluation BUDGETS, local tax, as well as the spatial area of levy County and the city with the total reaching 292 fruit, with details as seen in Figure 2.5 below: Figure 2.5. The results of the evaluation of the Regional Law Products Kabupaten/Kota in West Java in 2003 until 2007 0 50 50 51 0 3 1 10 0 15 30 53 0 0 1 3 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 2004 2005 2006 2007 Pure GRANT/Change local tax Levy Spatial Area Region http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 85 5. The number of local regulations of LEGISLATIVE initiative composed by as much as 1 piece i.e. Perda about organizing the protection of disabled people. Problems encountered in the implementation of the construction Law: 1. There has been no grand design about the making of the program legislation. 2. Not yet optimal capacity and competence of the legal apparatus either in quality or quantity. 3. Legislation is inconsistent, so the regulation of contradiction between one another. 4. The weakness of the legal culture of the community. 2.1.7 public order and harmony of the Community Development field of public order and harmony Society during the period 2003-2007 is focused on the attainment of community awareness to maintain the security environment of each society; and the realization of the protection of society from disaster. Close to the performance of the field http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 86 Order and harmony Society during the period 2003-2007 is as follows: 1. The development of the number of the protection of society (For) during the years 2003-2007 as many as 1,568,947 people; 2. Increasing awareness of obeying local regulations; 3. Terkendalinya and the detection of early disruption of order and harmony of the community; 4. There is objective data about the information/predictions of disruption of order and harmony society at the end of 2007, as well as the steps penanggulangannya. The above conditions can be shown in Figure 2.6. http://www.bphn.go.id/


No. 2 2009 series. E 87 Figure 2.6. The number of violations of regulations of the area in West Java in 2003 – 2007 0 2000 4000 6000 8000 10000 12000 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 From the image above it can be concluded that a breach of the regulations by the General area continued to decline, particularly since 2004 until 2007. This condition can be meant that awareness of the law society rules supercede increased in line with quite effective dissemination of regulatory areas, since the process of legislation, dissemination to its application. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 88 Next with regards to peace and public order disturbances since 2004 until 2007, the classification of gangguannya seen on Picture 2.7. Figure 2.7. Data Interference peace and public order in West Java in 2003-2007 Of the image shows that the disruption of order and harmony of the community's most prominent throughout the years 2003-2008, arise from the abuse of drug use, with the trend shows an increase in every year. This condition indicates that the threat of 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 JTP JPTP JTP JPTP JTP JPTP JTP JPTP JTP JPTP 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 public order rally juvenile delinquency http://www.bphn.go.id/AMOUNT of narcotics Strike No. 2 2009 series. E 89 drugs become latent threats that require continuous handling as well as terintegrasikan between the apparatus of the peace region, working together with the police, the authorities of the praja teachers ' protection society (for) and the family environment. As for acts of criminality, the picture is seen in Figure 1.7 below. Figure 2.8. Index data of the criminality of West Java 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 4000 4500 C R T C R S C U R AN AN HE YA TI PU G EL AP N AR TI K to BA KA R BU N U C H U R K U N R W U.S. INDEX DATA CRIME PROV. JABAR 2003-2007 YEAR 2003 year 2004 YEAR 2005 year 2006 YEAR 2007 http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 90 such Diagrams showed that a criminal offence of the most prominent criminal in the period 2003-2007 is on a type of motor vehicle theft, followed by theft, fraud, narcotics, assault and extortion. This condition of the condition of the economy of the community who experience fluctuations in giving rise to an increase in unemployment, which encourages the growth of a criminal offence. However in general the handling of criminal acts of criminality in West Java province, still in a constellation of unrestrained by law enforcement officers, assisted by regional police community. Problems that will disrupt the order and harmony of the community include: 1. The condition relating to the reform of the eforia autonomous region which gives the opportunity to the public to determine its policies, so that when there are demands that are not tersalurkan and resolved adequately, can give rise to social insecurity which in turn can lead to the onset of the turmoil and http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 91 social unrest in the neighborhood community, including anarchist actions. 2. The crisis of confidence in the Government that will lead to the erosion of the authority of the local government and low response community in warding off various social and political frictions that nuanced interests of groups or classes. It is less advantageous for the efforts to realize the stability and harmony of the community order. Facing such conditions, development in the order and harmony of the community faced a challenge quite heavy, especially in terms of stability and the threats facing the demands of change and the dynamics of community development that is so rapidly in line with changes in the socio-political implications on all areas of the life of a nation, State, and society. 3. Increasing the potential for conflict of interest and the negative influence of the currents of globalization which is full disclosure, thus reducing the insight and awareness of national defense of the country. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 92 2.1.8 Apparatus in the period 2003-2008 organizational structure of the Government of West Java province governed by Regulation No. 13 of 2000 Area of the Regional Secretariat, Regional Regulation No. 14 of 2000 concerning the Secretariat of the PARLIAMENT, local regulations No. 15 of 2000 about Regional Office of jo. Regional Regulation No. 5 of 2002 about the changes to the local regulations No. 15 of 2000 concerning regional and local regulations Service number 16 in 2000 about the institution of the Regional Technical Regional Regulation number 6 jo (2002) about the changes to the regulation of 16th 2002 region number of Technical Institutions of the region. Based on the number of Regulations fourth SEGWAY consists of 1 Regional Secretariat with 13 20 Bureau Service, and 18 bodies, and 3 Offices as well as UNIT 102/UPPD. The number of units of work that is balanced by the number of apparatus. Round 5 (five) years, the number of CIVIL SERVANTS in the West Java provincial government's environment continued to undergo changes in line with the appointment of new employees as well as retired employees. Until April 2008, the number of employees of the provincial Government of West Java reached 14,890 people, with a composition of http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 93 establishments and the line, including the I as much as 536 or of 3.60%, group II as much as 4,202 people or of 28.22%, group III as much 8,429 or of 56.61% and IV 1,723 people or as much of 11.57%. Increased professionalism apparatus continuously performed, both through the formal education, technical education, as well as the substantive position. Similarly, from the aspect of pembiayaannya, not always rely on the ability of a GRANT, but has also worked with other institutions, such as the DIAMOND with Malaysia, France and other countries. Increased competence of formal education of CIVIL SERVANTS can be seen attempts at level S-1 education through the study permit, with the ratio of 10.5:1 compared to the task of learning. Similarly the ratio similar to S-2 level, reaching 1.7:1 and at level S-3 was about 13:1. These conditions have contributed to its own budgetary allocation toward more efficient, by reducing the burden of spending apparatus area. However, control the balance between the needs of the region with the establishment of competence qualification interest follows a formal education through the study permit continues to be done carefully. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 94 Similarly, sharpening competence apparatus is also through the mechanism of mutation mechanism to implement, through the Office of the clerk, psikotest and fit and proper test. Similarly, it has been done the application of the system of open recruitment in the charging position Echelon II, through outsourcing from outside the environment of the Government of West Java province, either from the environment Government of district/city, central agencies, as well as from the College environment. Other efforts are driven in increasing professionalism of apparatus as well as the orderly holding of local governance, is through improvements to the welfare of employees, among others, through the Ministry of health clinic, medical check up regularly every six months, help with the cost of care, improving the services Bapertarum, Hajj fare assistance for employees of overachievers, the granting of the award, to the giving of money and grief for the employees who died. Improvement of the performance of the apparatus is focused on improvements in public services. One of the effective measures for improvement of public service primarily in the Administration as well as avoid double levy http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 95 result in a high cost economy is carried out through the establishment of Integrated Services Permitting One Center gate (PPTSP) centred in the area of investment and promotion of West Java province. PPTSP at the provincial level, this is the first in Indonesia. In addition through coaching and facilitation of the Government of West Java province have formed PPTSP in 16 counties and cities, namely Kabupaten Majalengka, Indramayu, Kuningan, Cirebon, Sumedang, Banjar Ciamis, Tasikmalaya, Bandung, Bandung Regency, Cimahi City, Sukabumi district, the town of Sukabumi Regency, Purwakarta, Bekasi Regency, and Regency of Subang. As well as been built also one (1) PPTSP at the provincial level. Another breakthrough in the prevention of criminal acts of corruption, the Government of West Java province together with 17 other agencies have signed a joint Agreement to support the preparation of the regional action plan for the eradication of corruption. The Agency is the Provincial capital of West Java, regional police, Prosecutor, a representative of the BPKP Govt. of Bandung city, County Government and Indramayu, KADIN, GAPENSI, seven colleges, Union of Journalists http://www.bphn.go.id/


No. 2 2009 series. E 96 Indonesia, and Bandung's Institute of Governance Studies. Similarly, in order to strengthen transparency in the procurement of goods and services, the Government of West Java province became one of five provinces in Indonesia are gaining the confidence to apply the system of government procurement of goods and services electronically (e-government procurement) which has been in operation since 1 July 2008. Trust the Government to make the West Java as a pioneering e-government procurement is inseparable from a pretty good performance of the sector, which is reflected with telematics received an award from the Economic News Magazine as the champion II implementation of e-government on a Regional Government agency in 2003 and 2007 as well as appreciation and creative Initiatives of e-government of the Minister of the Interior in 2006. Based on this West Java provincial government stakeholders shared telematics has committed manifest Jabar Cyber Province, will be built in stages until 2012. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 97 in addition, within the framework of the empowerment potential of the region, have been implemented also revitalizing cooperation programmes governance, good governance arrangement between, third parties or other stakeholders. In order that has done as many as 43 regional cooperation among the fruit, with the cooperation of third parties as much as 35 fruit and cooperation with foreign parties as much as 24 pieces, which were implemented to support the development of 6 (six) core bussinesses (marine, agriculture, tourism, manufacturing, infrastructure and human resources development), as well as balancing development between different regions, among others in the northern and southern West Java. In addition to the variety of product performance that shows the progress in the development of the field of apparatus, the performance of local governance is still not optimal as shown by the results of the Research Committee of the Monitoring of the implementation of Regional Autonomy (KPPOD) against 189 cities and counties in 2006, there were 39 permitting one door that is already good. Of the 39, none from West Java who entered criteria very well. The condition caused by a few things, among others, the organizational structure of http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 98 fat and formulation of the basic tasks and functions that are less detailed, bureaucratic culture that has not been performance-based and placement pagawai have not been in accordance with the competence, professionalism so difficult apparatus is enhanced. Problems in the development of the field of Apparatus such as: 1. The institutional Government are still not fully based on the principle of the efficient and rational organization, so proportionately less organizational structure; 2. staffing management system hasn't been able to encourage the improvement of professionalism, competence, and a fair and decent remuneration in accordance with the responsibilities and workload, as mandated in the Act No. 43 of 1999 regarding Staffing issues; Systems and work procedures in an environment of State apparatus yet efficient, effective, and efficient behaves; 3. Practice irregularities that led to the abuse of authority (corruption) is not resolved; 4. Public services have yet to comply with the demands and expectations of the community; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 99 5. Terabaikannya values and ethics in the working culture of bureaucracy thus weakening the working discipline, work ethic, and work productivity. 2.1.9 the governance and development of village governance and construction of the village became one of the areas that got particular attention during the period 2003-2008. The focus of development of governance and development of the village are invited, namely the task of pembantuan from the province to the village; The establishment of the Organization of the Government of the village; and the establishment of the Mercury Program. Product performance in the field of implementation during the period 2003-2007, among others: 1. This task pembantuan from the province to the village which include Agriculture, Food industry and trade Fields, the field of social, health, Fishery, and the field of the environment; 2. facilitating Increased West Java provincial government's response to the conduct of the Government of the village and neighborhood, among others in the form of: http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 100 a. grant operational performance of the apparatus of the Government of the village and village respectively is Rp. 5,000,000.00 (five million dollars), with details as Table 2.5 as follows: table 2.5. Help the operational performance of the Apparatus of the Government of the village and the village of se-Jawa Barat in 2003 – 2007 Year number of villages/Ex. Total of Great help (in rupiah) 2003 5,773 28,885,000,000.00 2004 5,799 28,995,000,000.00 29,040,000,000.00 2006 29,105,000,000.00 2006 5,821 2005 5,808 Additional 5,827 14,567,500,000.00 2007 5,841 43,807,500,000.00 TOTAL ASSISTANCE DURING 5 years 174,380,000,000.00 b. grant rehabilitation Office of the village and the village and sports facility, with details as Table 2.6 as follows : http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 101 Table 2.6. Rehabilitation Assistance Office of the village and the village as well as a sports Facility in West Java in 2003 – 2007 Year number of villages/Ex. large amounts of Aid (in dollars) 2005 200 5,000,000,000.00 2006 178 5,000,000,000.00 2007 245 6,125,000,000.00 AMOUNT of ASSISTANCE for 3 years 16,125,000,000.00 c. grant of facilitation in the expansion of the village and the village in order to increase the capacity of the services performed by the Government of the village and village, where since 2004 up to 2007 has taken place the expansion as much as 70 villages , with the details: at the 2004 expansion of the number of villages as many as 23 villagers, 10 villages in 2005, as many as 12 villages in 2006, in 2007 as many as 25 villages. As for the district who have executed the expansion includes Bogor District 2 village, Sukabumi district as much as 17 village, Cianjur Regency 7 village, Bandung Regency as much as 3 village, Garut 14 http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 102 villages, as many as 3 Tasikmalaya Regency village, Ciamis Regency village, 2 Brass by as much as 3 village, Majalengka Regency, as much as 3 village, Sumedang Regency 8 village, Indramayu Regency, 3 villages as much as Subang as much as 1 of the village and the town of Banjar village as much as 2, while extraction neighborhood since 2004 until 2007 there were 18 wards with details in Karawang 2 village Bandung, 12 villages and the town of Bekasi 4 wards. Changes the status of the administrative villages in 2004 and ended in 2007, as many as 70 of the village is in a remote District of Bogor, Bandung Regency 2 1, Garut, Tasikmalaya 5 54 and the town of Banjar 8. Number of villages and subdistricts of West Java in 2003-2007 can be explained in Figure 2.9: http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 103 Figure 2.9. Number of villages and subdistricts of West Java VILLAGES KELURAHAN 200 5229 5249 5199 5212 5231 544 550 609 611 632 0 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 Year 3 – 2007 d. kemanunggalan TNI and the realization of a society that held as many as 10 kemanunggalan with the scope of the implementation of the development on outlying villages, isolated and left as many as 275 villages are scattered throughout the County and city in West Java; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 104 e. Mercury program in this village that has absorbed the local Government's budget reached Rp. 505.583.340.000 b, with close to its performance in the form of: 1) wakes up in the village of infrastructure as much as 10,866 physical activities; 2) the growing number of FAMILIES who get revolving loan as much as 332,163 KK (Figure 2.10); 3) Assembling NGOs in rural infrastructure development amounting to Rp. 115,384,204,920.0-(77.96%) of the amount of the assistance infrastructure amounting to Rp. RP 148.000.000.000 with a number of villages as much as 3,700 villages (Figure 2.11). http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 105 Figure 2.10. The number of FAMILIES who got the revolving loan from Mercury Program 2003-2006 Village 108,200 68,351 89,295 66,317 0 20000 40000 60000 80000 100000 120000 2003 2004 2005 2006 http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 106 Figure 2.11. The number of Ngos in the development of Rural Infrastructure in the village of Mercury Programs in 2003-2007 the problems faced in the areas of governance and development, among others, are still low level of community involvement in rural productive economic activities are: (a) lack of ability to access the opportunity of trying; and (b) the reduced economic opportunities/trying. Lack the ability to access the chance attempt caused by the limited ownership of productive; weak resource capital is Rp. 12.221.434.650 until Rp. 48.215.720.203 until Rp. 36.373.953.934 until Rp. 18.573.096.133 0 10 20 30 billion billion billion billion billion 50 40 60 billion 2003 2004 2005 2006 http://www.bphn.go.id/


No. 2 2009 series. E 107 effort; the limited market and the less than perfect market information/asymmetrical; as well as low levels of social entrepreneurship. While the factors that affect the dwindling economic opportunities/tried are: (1) the difference in the distribution of wealth; (2) business practices fraud and degradation of natural resources and the environment. In addition the level of participation of the community in a rural setting of the policy is still low due to: (a) the lack of representation of the poor; and (b) the limited public spaces. The lack of representation of poor people caused by: (1) weak self-organization; (2) the less development of the leadership group; and (3) the weak network of the poor. Factors that affect the limited public space caused by: a less government apparatus give space participation; the political elite is not responsive; and autocratic governance. 2.1.10 Spatial development and spatial Area of West Java is a form of structural and space utilization patterns defined and adapted to the vision and mission of West Java province. The condition of the space structure of http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E system conditions outlined in 108 cities, infrastructure of the region, and the region's mainstay. While the condition pattern spaces outlined in the conditions of the area of cultivation of paddy fields and the protected area. Based on the plan of national territory of space structures, in West Java province has established three National Events Centre (PKN) and 7 (seven) Activity area (PKW). They include: PKN Metropolitan Bogor-Depok-Bekasi (Bodebek), Metropolitan of Bandung, Cirebon and the Metropolitan. While the PKW include Sukabumi, Cikampek toll road, Cikopo-Pelabuhanratu, Indramayu, Duchy, Tasikmalaya, and Pangandaran. Linkages between the PKN, PKW, and between the PKN-PKW realized through the development of the infrastructure of the region. Implementation of the development of the PKN has set in West Java province RTRW 2010 shows the condition of the function and the role that not optimal, it is seen from the scale of economic activities, service infrastructure, as well as support resources and its spatial capacity. In general the city almost seluruhya system experiencing problems in the provision of system infrastructure, but has Bodebek the existence of PKN infrastructures and means of a more optimal than Metropolitan PKN http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 109 Bandung and Cirebon PKN. The link between Metropolitan and Metropolitan Bodebek PKN Bandung has a high affinity. These conditions led to the gap between the territory of Western Java region especially between the northern part of the South and between the Western, Central and Eastern. Meanwhile the condition of PKW in General shows still needed improvement and support for increased performance in West Java. In General a good integration between the province of PKN and PKW is still low. Among the region's mainstay that set (Bodebek and Bopunjur, the Bandung Basin, Priatim-Ciayumajakuning, Purwasuka, Pangandaran, and Sukabumi), the mainstay of the Bandung Basin showed a higher development conditions, if seen from the flow of movement of goods and people. This happens due to the availability of the infrastructure the region area that support the development of the flagship sector in the region. The condition of the pattern space seen from the achievement of the policy protected area (KL) 45% by the year 2010, based on the suitability of the land cover 2005 with protected areas http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 110 set RTRW province of West Java, indicating the achievement of an appropriate protected area of 27.5% (KL 11.3% in forest area and forest area outside KL 16.2%), while the less fit of 14.8% and which is not in accordance of 6.6%. Deviations are shown with the high use of space over the function of productive land due to the influence of economic activity, growth of population and socio-cultural conditions. Over the function that occurs generally ignores the spatial plan which had been planned in advance. High over the function of land protected areas into the area of cultivation (land woke up) during the period of 1994-2005 decline of forest land area of 242,922.26 Ha (28.48%) and rice terraces of 253,281.71 Ha (27.13%). The development of productive land over the function to the service industry, investment activity as well as the settlements which are not in line with the established planning patterns of giving effect in the form of environmental damage, decreased power support environment and threaten the food security of West Java. Over the function of land in West Java primarily occur at a centralized http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. 111 e forest functions either primary or secondary function of the estate even shrubs, a centralized function of rice cultivation and settlement functions become more and encourage reduced water resapan, district encroachment area/region upstream of the river. From the period 2001-2005 has been widely cover changes of primary forest land of 3,103.3 Ha, and secondary forest 21,691.1 Ha, while plantations increase amounting to 27,829.7 Ha. Instead the land is an indication of function rentannya the condition of the land that became the cause of environmental degradation. An indication of this can be seen in the degradation of the environment in protected areas such as the area of the North Bandung, and Bopunjur. In the period 2003-2005 took place decrease total area of paddy fields in West Java 0.45% on average per year. Other data mentioned a rate of population growth (LPP) of 2.14% indicates a condition comparable to land over the function of forests and rice paddies covering an area of 0.5% per annum. It has not happened because of, among others, the proper functioning of the control aspect in the implementation of spatial, as well as related to the Authority permitting the utilization of space is entirely at the level of District No. 2 2009 http://www.bphn.go.id/series. E 112 and the city and still is often implemented as part of the original Revenue target area (PAD). Besides alignment RTRW counties and cities with RTRW West Java still needs to be improved. Regulatory changes in the field of spatial, namely Act No. 26 of 2007, is expected to give a reference for the more assertive with application to civil or criminal sanctions for perpetrators of the spatial deviation. The law on provincial governments, among others, have the authority in setting, coaching, supervision and implementation of spatial as well as the development of strategic areas of the province in accordance with the authority at the provincial level. 2.1.11 the natural resources and environment of the region of West Java has the potential of natural resources of various types terbaharukan or not terbaharukan. The potential of natural resources which are not terbaharukan among them is oil and gas. At the national level, West Java contributes about 4% against oil production http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 113 National Earth and about 11% against a national gas production resulting from the oil and gas field 58, most of which is located in the northern coast of West Java. While for resource terbaharukan, West Java has a geothermal potential around 6,101 MW or (21.7%) of the total geothermal potential of Indonesia. Up to the year 2007, approximately 92.81% of national energy produced from geothermal heat supplied by geothermal power plant located in West Java. While for national energy supplies were sourced from HYDROPOWER, West Java contributes of 46.21%. No other terbaharukan resources is a mine of resources consist of 40 types and spread across 16 counties, and most of them scattered in the southern part of West Java. The geological structure is a complex made of parts of West Java has a high level of vulnerability of the threat of natural disasters. The sources of potential causes of natural disasters in West Java that need to look out for is the 7 (seven) active volcano, five active geological fault and the tectonic plate activity to the South of West Java. The source of the other disasters cause is the high intensity of rainfall that sparked http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 114 ground motions mainly in the southern part of West Java region, as well as flooding in the coastal areas of the North and the Bandung Basin. In the period from January to November in 2007, recorded flooding has occurred 128 times 124 times, landslides, hurricanes 163 times and earthquakes with Genesis 10 times. All of it led to a House heavily damaged as much as 1,616 fruit with deaths reaching 48 people. The effort of realizing the functions of 45% of the protected area of West Java within the last five years was carried out through the coordination of the activities of establishments and rehabiliasi land and forests as well as marking the boundaries of the protected area. Critical land rehabilitation efforts among other things done through GRLK (critical land Rehabilitation Movement) and the national movement of forest and land Rehabilitation (GERHAN). The rest of the critical land until 2007 reaches 202,130.05 Ha. While tagging activities to limit has been implemented along 1,040 metres over three years and be completed in 2007. The embodiment of the 45% of protected areas involving institutions at the central level, provincial, kabupaten/kota and the participation of the business world and society. In pelaksanaanya, the achievement of protected area 45% http://www.bphn.go.id/


No. 2 2009 series. 115 e faced with the problem of the increasing socio-economic pressure against the source of the forest, as well as cross-agency synergy. In Environmental Affairs, up to the year 2007 various efforts have been undertaken in order to control the level of water pollution of the River in West Java. These efforts, among others, through the monitoring of the water quality of the river periodically in 7 major rivers, strengthening institutional capacity through the Environmental Pollution Control Management (EPCM), clean production, as well as the enforcement of environmental law. Strengthening institutional capacity through the program has been able to build the industry's commitment in achieving the restoration of water quality of the river. While the enforcement of environmental law has done handling against industry polluters. However, when observing the condition of the river water quality in the main river 7, efforts to control the level of water pollution had done was still not able to give a significant effect against the shifting status of the water quality to a level better. It is among other things caused by the limited participation of the industrial sector in the EPCM and http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 116 clean production, as well as legal enforcement efforts have not been optimal in the effect of shock theraphy against perpetrators of polluters. Associated with the development conditions of ground water in West Java, some critical groundwater basins in General shows the condition of the soil water availability is declining from year to year as the implications of the increasing uptake of groundwater for domestic, industrial, and commercial. The utilization of groundwater resources in West Java is on the rise, about 47.62% ground water exploited by commercial, industrial and 28.24% utilized by TAPS and only about 1.29% utilized by the settlement. In Bandung Basin, the observations of some wells in groundwater monitor showed the rate of decline of 2-5 metres annually. Measures of conservation and utilization of underground water control has been done in the last five years to control the rate of decrease in the ground water, especially in the critical ground water basin. Those steps include monitoring the condition of groundwater, soil water retrieval utilization control through licensing, supervision and disincentive mechanisms curbing http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 117 illegal taking of groundwater, as well as the creation of pilot wells in resapan in the area of industrial footprint. Going forward, to restore the condition of ground water in the basin groundwater still needed critical reinforcement and improvement of the effectiveness of the measures as already accomplished, as well as encourage the participation of the industrial sector in the developing resapan in wells in an industrial area. In the long run, economic development the region needs to be directed at economic activity involves efficient consumption of ground water to suppress the rate of utilization of ground water. From the aspect of air quality, high levels of activity especially in the urban areas that cause air pollution which is quite alarming. The contribution of the exhaust gas of a motor vehicle against air pollution had reached 60-70%. Another thing to note is that at the moment the more the industry began using coal as an energy source that contributed to the decline in air quality. Other environmental issues faced in West Java was not yet tertanganinya damage to coastal areas. In the area of http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 118 North coast of West Java, the area is characterized by damage to mangroves, coastal abrasion, and it was the mouth of the river which have an impact on fisheries production. The level of abrasion that occurs on the South coast around 35.35 Ha/year and on the northern coast of about 370.3 Ha/year with an index of water polluters of the sea between 7,391-9,843 showed already heavy polluted. In West Java, measures to increase the supply of electrical energy has been diinisiasikan since 2004 through the preparation of geothermal sources utilization with a total potential of 9,000 MW. Expected in the next five years, the plant has been connected and give supply to the Java-Bali network system. Implementing a policy of conversion of fuel from kerosene to gas in 2007 has raised a range of issues at the community level and the business community in meeting the needs of energy. In West Java, the implementation of these policies faced with institutional systems adaptation unpreparedness (manufacturers and distributors) and technology (includes charging station, it tube & gas stove, vehicle carrier) in anticipation of the changes and uncertainties of the http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 119 dimunculkannya. At the community level and the business world, the choice of adaptation to substitute fuel in a conversion policy in responding to the fuel oil is also determined by the pontensi availability of alternative energy at the local level. The types of alternative energy would be an option, while having a level of lower economic costs compared to gas fuel. Alternative energy sources and penyediaanya need to be presented to provide options for the community and the business world in meeting the needs of energy in accordance with the economic and cultural adaptation capacity. 2.2. Strategic Issues strategic Issue is the problem related to the phenomenon or has yet to be resolved in the period five years earlier and have a long-term impact for the implementation of the sustainability of development, so that needs to be addressed gradually. As for the issue of the strategic development areas of West Java, namely: 1. The accessibility and the Ministry of education. 2. Accessibility and community health services. 3. Appreciation and cultural development of the region. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 120 4. Handling of poverty, unemployment and employment. 5. Availability and quality of infrastructure of the region. 6. handling natural disaster Readiness and control as well as the improvement of the quality of the environment. 7. Local governance has not effectively influenced by political conditions that have not been steady, causing public services not optimal and demands the formation of autonomous regions is increasing. 2.3. Strategic Issues Of some things to get attention and categorized as a territorial issue based on 5 (five) working area coordination development in West Java, as follows: 1. The East Priangan Region, with the scope of work of Garut, Banjar Ciamis, Tasikmalaya Regency and the town of Tasikmalaya. a. Structuring autonomous region in accordance with the aspirations of the lower as well as follow a predetermined mechanism; b. has not been the focus of policy development based on the East Priangan flagship excellence area mainstay; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 121 c. Designation of protected areas has not been followed by policy that is specifically for the district concerned; d. not yet optimal implementation of the handling of border areas, for example the aspects of infrastructure, funding, health services, education; e. Yet the existence of a clear policy on mitigation and disaster relief; f. equitable development, the development of the village left behind, the border region development, balance development of urban and rural-urban issue, the handling of and cooperation between regions has not materialized; g. not yet optimal Government Ministry against the southern region; h. the need for increased prevention and eradication of communicable diseases; i. damage to and pollution of coastal and marine areas; j. Need improved healthcare facilities and infrastructure. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 122 2. The Bandung basin, with the scope of work of Bandung, Bandung Regency, Sumedang Regency, Cimahi and West Bandung Regency. a. has not been the focus of policy development based on the primacy of the Bandung Basin mainstay area mainstay; b. Designation of protected areas has not been followed by policy that is specifically for the district concerned; c. Yet the existence of a clear policy on mitigation and disaster relief; d. damage and environmental pollution are high both with the increasing air pollution in urban areas, environmental pollution due to industrial and domestic as well as the utilization of the underground water has exceeded the ability of the nature; e. equitable development, the development of the village left behind, the border region development, balance development of urban and rural-urban issue, the handling of and cooperation between regions has not materialized; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 123 f. modern Sector (industrialization) grew rapidly, becoming a magnet to the high flow of migration; g. the need for increased prevention of disease-based environment. 3. the territory of the Purwakarta Regency, Purwakarta with scope of work, Karawang, Subang Regency, a Regency of Bekasi, Bekasi and Kota. a. the low quality and quantity of infrastructure areas, such as infrastructure, roads and bridges, clean water and persampahan; b. Lack of infrastructure conditions linking between district/city and province; c. damage and environmental pollution are high both with the increasing air pollution in urban areas, environmental pollution due to industrial and domestic as well as the utilization of the underground water has exceeded the ability of the nature; d. Pollution and damage to the coastline and the sea; e. management of water resources that have not been integrated and ongoing; http://www.bphn.go.id/


No. 2 2009 series. E 124 f. has not been optimal utilization of funds sourced from private (community) such as CSR (Corporate Social Responsibilty); g. availability of the means of rehabilitation has not been disabled, the problem of social welfare (PMKS); h. the low absorption of local labor, caused by a low level of skills and expertise, as well as the high migration enters from outside West Java; i. the need for the improvement of basic sanitation and environmental health; a. the need for expansion of government areas in accordance with the aspirations of the lower as well as follow a predetermined mechanism; k. modern Sector (industrialization) grew rapidly, becoming a magnet to the high flow of migration; b. need to increase health service facilities and infrastructure in the border region. 4. Area of Bogor, Bogor regency, work scope, Bogor, Sukabumi Regency, Sukabumi, Cianjur and Depok. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 125 a. low quality and quantity of infrastructure areas, such as infrastructure, roads and bridges, clean water and persampahan; b. the establishment of protected areas; c. arrangement of the autonomous region in accordance with the aspirations of the lower as well as follow a predetermined mechanism; d. not yet optimal servicing Government against southern region; e. not yet perceived institutional export fishery products in West Java; f. the need for increased prevention and eradication of communicable diseases; g. Yet the existence of a clear policy on mitigation and disaster relief; h. the need for expansion of government areas in accordance with the aspirations of the lower as well as follow a predetermined mechanism; i. Yet optimal development of agribusiness; j. the necessity of improvement of basic sanitation and environmental health. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 126 5. The region of Cirebon with scope of work, Cirebon district, the city of Cirebon, Indramayu Regency, Majalengka Regency, and Regency Brass. a. Structuring autonomous region in accordance with the aspirations of the lower as well as follow a predetermined mechanism; b. Poverty population in the areas of agriculture and coastal as well as structural transformation from rural to urban, trasional to modern; c. limitations of employment; d. Social Inequality (RLS, AHH, Trafficking) and economy (purchasing power); e. an increase in the rate of population growth; f. infrastructure Limitations; g. Designation of protected areas; h. the pollution and damage to the coastal and marine areas; i. the need for the improvement of basic sanitation and environmental health; j. Need improved healthcare facilities and infrastructure. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 127 2.4. The regional development scenario in 2008-2013 in order to improve the accessibility and quality of health care and education, the development of strategic infrastructure, revitalizing agriculture, trade, services and processing industry competitive power, the rehabilitation and conservation of the environment and regional governance structure setup required effort harder and systematically in order to accelerate development in the various areas are integrated. The regional development scenario in 2008-2013 are bound to local regulations No. 9 in 2008 about the long-term development plan of the region of West Java in 2005 – 2025, which focused on the preparation of the independence Community in West Java as well as paying attention to the opportunities and challenges during the next five years up to the year 2013. The human development index as the benchmark regional development projected of 77.20 in 2013. Components of the HDI indices forming Education 88.28, 77.21 Health Index, and the index of purchasing power of 66.10. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 128 Focus quality community development, productive and competitive power in the period 2008-2013, in the aspect of development strategies through health facilities and the preparation of regulations relating to health, expanding the reach of clinics through clinics, public health clinics, a network of helpers and post treatment on the left and remote areas. For vigilance early emergence of a variety of ailments, his strategy is directed at increasing prevention efforts for the eradication of infectious disease control and are not contagious, while strategies to improve the quality and quantity of energy directed to the community health extension officers in order to be aware of in living healthy and clean. As for the priority development of education after the completion of the eradication of illiteracy, the handling of the nine-year compulsory education in 2008 and the start of Stub compulsory education of twelve years in the city – the city elected, then in 2008 until 2013 this proclaimed compulsory education of twelve years for the County and the city of se-Jawa Barat. Efforts are being made to support it, namely an increase in means and http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 129 infrastructure of secondary education and scholarship aid to students from families cannot afford. Early childhood education (OLD) is the other main goals during this period, with the increase of facilities and infrastructure as well as educators OLD rural areas and especially in remote areas. In addition development PKBM still remains a priority, with the target can accommodate entire communities who could not follow the formal education. For the development of secondary education and higher vocational school strived through the development of agro-industries, and marine-based tourism and development of research-based institution of higher education and SCIENCE and TECHNOLOGY. These efforts are supported by the device's competency-based curriculum that stays with the prioritization of the values of local wisdom. In the development of the field of cultural preservation on the prioritized values of traditional and local wisdom community in West Java. Steps and efforts made to achieve priorities the development of culture, among others, by preserving traditional values and wisdom of local communities in West Java in order to anticipate the development of globalization. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 130 while the focus of religious development priority on improving the quality of life of the religious interumat or good religious antarumat religion. In addition within the religious development priority to the efforts to implement and actualization of the understanding and practice of religion in the life of society. The steps and efforts undertaken to realize the religious development priorities, among other things by forming and revitalize FKUB as a container for the religion, society, and the Government to complete various permasahan in the religious life of communion. In addition, to implement and actualize the understanding and practice of religion do the steps and efforts that have contributed to the enhancement of the welfare of the community. Development aspects of employment in the area of increased competence and competitiveness, directed to the improvement of the means, the infrastructure and manpower training curriculum based on local potential and job opportunities and entrepreneurship. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 131 in an effort to increase productivity, quality, welfare workers, the implementation of the implementation of the industrial relations through the establishment of tripartite elements. The development of agribusiness in the West Java province started with the Setup and resolution of problems encountered in each subsystem agribusiness. In terms of the agribusiness system that needs to be done at this stage are: (1) the existing agri-business structuring, (2) fix the problematic agribisbnis subsystem, (3) revitalizing economic development to agribusiness, (4) change the proportions of the role of agribusiness in the structure of GDP of West Java, and (5) the reallocation of resources, funding, and the growth of agribusiness. Revitalization of agribusiness in the framework of the economic development of West Java related to corrections, consolidation, and development of, a policy that has been created. The correction is done to put sustainability as a system, not just identical to the primary agricultural sector. By placing the agribusiness as a system, the consequences will change the proportion of the role of agribusiness in the economy of West Java province. The further implications of http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. This repositioning is 132 e reallocation of economic resources more weight to the development of agribusiness. Marine business development strategy is directed at the growth of West Java and the supervision of the commercial fisheries in the Pansela and Line, growth and business development input, technology communications marine, business network; growth and business development, strengthening post-harvest captive demand; as well as doing the growing, prevention and oversight on the supporting laboratory business. Industrial and trade aspects, geared to enhance consolidation and business networking (networking), through an increase in the role of small and medium size industry in the industrial structure, increase of antarindustri partnerships, and increased the growth of mainstay industries in West Java's future as a force driving economic growth. On the trade sector geared to optimize the domestic market, organizing the distribution of goods that are efficient and effective and to improve the export product. http://www.bphn.go.id/


No. 2 2009 series. E 133 Development of tourism are directed on increasing the attraction of excellence through the development of a tourism product unique, traditional and reflected West Java community identity rooted in nature and culture, the improvement of the performance of the object and the attraction of competitive power and exploiting the potential of natural resources in a sustainable and environmentally. At this stage is done also to improve the quality of tourism facilities and infrastructure with international standards. KUMKM development effort is directed at the creation of an equitable market mechanisms and reduction of distortion of the market, business creation and self-employment growth recently, facilitation of financing system for KUMKM through optimization of the role of financial institutions the Bank/non Bank, optimization of the role and function of credit guarantee institutions for KUMKM, permitting the simplification and facilitation of legal aspects of product KUMKM, institutional and business advocacy KUMKM, improved mastery of technology for development KUMKM Business Center for economic KUMKM area through the optimization of the role of Business Consultancy Clinic (KKB) KUMKM network development, both at the regional level, national and international level, the development of KUMKM in http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 134 rural growth programme through the village with a cooperative approach, capacity building, mentoring KUMKM HR KUMKM companion undergraduate role, through the development of partnerships for KUMKM with other business entities, improving the quality of cooperation through the ratings, health assessment KSP/USP-Cooperative and cooperative, facilitating accreditation infrastructure for gender mainstreaming, KUMKM KUMKM and development KUMKM on strategic groups. At this point, KUMKM is expected to boost its role in the structure of the economy is both regional and national, as well as create the field effort and application of labor. On the infrastructure of the region, geared to continuing infrastructure development strategic areas planned in the previous stage, solidify existing infrastructure revitalization as well as increase cooperation between the private and the Government with the community in the management of infrastructure. At this stage will be marked with increased accessibility to the movement of people, goods, and services, the increasing availability of raw water for various purposes, reduced flood and drought, http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 135 increasing irrigation network services, increasing the availability of renewable energy, increased coverage of telecommunications services, the increasing availability of clean water and sanitary quality of the environment as well as the increasing availability of flats in urban areas. Increasingly improving the management of natural resources and the environment reflected by pranata mantapnya management of natural resources and the environment, increasing the performance of the management of natural resources and the environment, as well as the rate of utilization of natural resources can be recovered is comparable with the disposal of waste into the environment. The creation of a balance between the availability of natural resources and its utilization and materialize harmonious use of space and space utilization control passes consistently. The indications are the increasing role of the community in the management of natural resources and the environment by developing local wisdom, increasingly improving natural resource information systems environment, the availability of facilities and infrastructure management environment that is able to function http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 136 as media education environment, institutional arrangement of natural resource management and the environment. Pollution control efforts and improving the environmental damage by implementing environmentally friendly technologies and the application of pattern 3R (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle), increasing attempts to restore environmental quality through the rehabilitation and conservation of natural resources and the environment and to improve the enforcement of environmental law. Perform setup the environment and coastal area of the sea that is integrated with the Mainland area. Then the energy needs in the provision of alternative energy potential will continue to be developed. The increasing natural disaster risk reduction efforts that will ultimately harmonious patterns of utilization of natural resources and a sustainable environment. Population growth control efforts directed at revitalizing family planning programs, structuring the Organization of administrative system of population and direct spread of the population both within and outside the province. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. The political aspects of Development 137 e directed at efforts to build consensus between stakeholders to realize the rules of the game as the only democracy in berpemerintahan. Efforts are being made through improved understanding of democracy, the Organization of a fair election, strengthening the functioning of political parties, political education and improvement of the society. The development aspect of the law is directed at the legal Setup area to strengthen the autonomy of the region and the Organization of the Government through the Setup and establishment of regional slaughtering law applicable local regulations or their implementation. Development aspects of the peace and order of society directed at consolidating personnel, rules, and community involvement in realizing the peace and order of society through the enhancement of the capabilities of the police protection unit, praja teachers ' society, and increased community participation in realizing the order and harmony in their environment. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 138 Development aspect of the apparatus is directed at the Organization's institutional setup of the device area, placement officers of the competence, in accordance with the improvement of the well-being of the employees, improved performance apparatus and application of performance-based incentives for increased professionalism apparatus including the development of a functional Office. To improve the public services be applied minimum service standards (SPM) and standard operating procedures. Financial aspects of regional development is directed at effectiveness and increased effectiveness of regional financial regulatory restructuring through the area, improved quality of service to the Community taxpayers and levy, and optimizing organizational performance Device-producing Area. Interregional gaps in West Java reduced the meratanya Ministry of economy activity in the whole West Java region. This condition is characterized by the availability of facilities and infrastructure of the settlement in the Centre of the activities of the national and Central Region in accordance with the scale of the Activities of the Ministry and there are no more villages left behind. In addition development in urban areas become more regular with http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 139 support urban management device that can accommodate the existing urban development. Spatial organization of the better characterized by performance of RTRWP in West Java and ditindaklanjutinya RTRWP into the spatial plan is more detailed as well as the establishment of the coordination in the context of coaching and supervision of space between the province with counties and cities. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 140 CHAPTER III VISION and MISSION development in West Java at second stage RPJP County or Regional RPJM years 2008-2013 demands more attention, not only to deal with unresolved problems, but also to anticipate changes that arise in the future. West Java's strategic position and is adjacent to the nation's capital, prompting the West Java serves as the agent of development (Development Agency) for national growth. Global and national issues to consider in resolving the issues that are local and the welfare of society implies. The problems faced by Indonesia, among others, poverty, spatial and environmental, growth and equitable development, limited employment opportunities, disaster mitigation and social disparities. In addressing that problem required the strengthening of the leadership which is supported by the people and the political aspects. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 141 direction of regional development policy is aimed at alleviating poverty and improving the quality of life of the community, revitalizing agriculture and marine, expansion of employment opportunities, increased aksebilitas and service quality of health and education, infrastructure development, trade, services and processing industry competitive power, the rehabilitation and conservation of the environment and local government structure setup which prepared the self-reliance of the community. By considering the potential, conditions, problems, challenges and opportunities that exist in West Java as well as consider the cultural life in the community, then the vision of the Government of West Java province in 2008 – 2013 will be achieved in the second stage of long-term development Areas of West Java are: "the achievement of a Society independent of West Java, dynamic and prosperous". Pay attention to that vision as well as a change of paradigm and the conditions that will be encountered in the future, hopefully West Java can be more instrumental in http://www.bphn.go.id/


No. 2 2009 series. E 142 changes that occur in the scope of national, regional and global. Translation of the meaning of the vision of West Java are as follows: the standalone is the attitude and condition of the community of West Java which is able to meet its needs for more advanced by relying on its own strength and capabilities, especially in the fields of education, health, employment, public service-based e-government, energy, infrastructure, the environment and water resources. Dynamic is the attitude and condition of society in West Java that is actively being able to respond to the opportunities and challenges of the times and contribute to the development process. Prosperous is the attitude and condition of the community of West Java which is born and get a sense of inner safe and prosperous in living the life. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. 143 e so that the Vision can be realized and may encourage the effectiveness and efficiency of the utilization of the resources owned by the assigned mission of West Java province, which contains an overview of the goals and objectives to be achieved. Medium-term development plan area of West Java province 2008-2013 which is the second stage of a long-term development plan Area of West Java 2005-2025, oriented in the development and enhancement of the competencies of all the resources contained in West Java in all areas, in order to prepare the community's independence. This will be achieved by creating economic activity that is effective and efficient, emphasizing the efforts of strengthening the superstructure health services and education, continue infrastructure development regions, establish the revitalizing existing infrastructure, improve agricultural productivity by utilizing sustainable technologies, improving cooperation between the private and the Government with the community, improve the quality of the environment, improving the performance of local governance, devised a clever planning http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 144 and was able to answer the problems as well as anticipate the opportunities and challenges that appeared carefully and intelligently. The ability of the economy in creating jobs and reducing poverty will continue to be encouraged. Regional economic policies geared to achieving sustained economic growth and quality through the development of major activities (core business) based on local potential to reduce disparity welfare antarwilayah. This is done through the development of agri-business, marine, manufacturing, services, and tourism, which is supported by the development of the corporate world, investment, infrastructure and finance areas. The push towards economic growth is also done by accelerating the construction of infrastructure for the provision of energy including electricity, as well as establish the infrastructure of the region in order to support equity and economic growth. Shopping policy area expenditure patterns with the settings have to be proportionate, efficient and effective, with principled pro growth, pro poor, pro job, pro environment, http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 145 pro public, through the allocation of a budget to 20% education, improving the quality and quantity of health services as well as the use of index relevance in determining the budget budget, budgeting for mitigation and disaster and cooperation between regions. Strategic issues regarding problems associated with the phenomenon or that have yet to be resolved in the period of 5 (five) years earlier and have a long-term impact for the implementation of the sustainability of development, will gradually be overcome these issues include accessibility and the quality of service of public education, Ministry of public health, availability and service infrastructure, handling poverty and unemployment, the handling of natural disasters, environmental control, handling employment, Government and politics control of population, economic empowerment, cultural appreciation area and autonomous Government. In order to anticipate conditions and existing problems as well as paying attention to the challenges ahead with taking into account opportunities, then the formulation mission of http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 146 West Java province in order to the achievement of the vision of West Java 2013 set out in 5 (five) mission here, to achieve a self-sustaining community in West Java, dynamic and prosperous. The first mission, embody the Human Resource in West Java which is productive and Competitive Power. Goals: 1. Push the public toward improving the quality of education, health, and job competencies; 2. Make a healthy community in West Java, the lofty ethical as well as mastering science and technology. Target: 1. The completion of the programme for the eradication of illiteracy; 2. Increasing access and quality of education particularly for alleviation compulsory 9-year basic education and the groundbreaking 12-year compulsory education for school-aged children; 3. Increased access to and quality of health services especially for maternal and child health; 4. Increased social services and tackling the disaster victims; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 147 5. Increasing gender equality; 6. Increasing the quality and protection of labor; 7. The growing role of the youth and sports achievements in the development of quality of life and the life of the community; 8. Increasing the quality of religious life; 9. The revitalization of cultural values and local wisdom; The Second Mission, Boosting Regional Economic Development Based On Local Potential. Objective: increase the purchasing power and community food security through the development of economic activities based on local potential. Target: 1. Increasing regional economic activities based on local potential; 2. Increasing opportunities and provision of employment; 3. The growing role of institutional and capital KUMKM in the development of the local economy that is helplessly competitiveness; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 148 4. Increasing investments that encourage job creation; 5. Satisfy the food needs of the community. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 149 Mission Thirdly, increasing the availability and quality of infrastructure of the Region. Purpose: Provides the infrastructure of the area that is capable of supporting the activity of the economic, social and cultural. Target: 1. The availability of reliable transportation infrastructure and integrated to support the movement of transport of people, goods and services; 2. The availability of the infrastructure of water resources and irrigation to support the efforts of conservation and utilization of water resources, as well as water damaged power control; 3. Increasing the scope of services and the quality of the energy infrastructure and ketenagalistrikan in West Java; 4. Increasing the access of the community against the basic facilities and infrastructure (includes persampahan, clean water, waste water); 5. Realization of security and harmony in the construction of infrastructure. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 150 the fourth Mission, Enhance Support and the capacity of the environment for sustainable development. Purpose: realize the environmental balance and the sustainability of development. Target: 1. Terkendalinya growth, increase the amount and distribution of the population; 2. The reduced levels of pollution, environmental damage, and the risk of disaster; 3. Increasing the function of protected areas in West Java; 4. Ensuring sustainable spatial; 5. Increased availability and utilization of environment-friendly alternative energies as well as energy terbaharukan include geothermal, wind, and solar. The fifth mission, increase the effectiveness of local governance and the quality of democracy. Objectives: 1. develop a bureaucracy increasingly professional and accountable; 2. Realize a life of democracy and the rights of the national spirit. The goal: Increasing performance and discipline-based competencies apparatus; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 151 2. Materialize the institutional and ketatalaksanaan local government as well as the regional financial management accountability and information technology-based; 3. Increasing public services that can be accessed quickly and easily by all walks of life; 4. Increasing the performance of the Government of the village and rural development; 5. The increasing development and the construction of law in the region; 6. The growing role of Government and society in the maintenance of public order and harmony of the community; 7. Increasing regional cooperation in development; 8. Increasing the role and function of political parties; 9. the rise of the role of civil society in political life; 10. development of community life, the growth of the nation and State. http://www.bphn.go.id/


No. 2 2009 series. E 152 in order to manifest to the 5 (five) the mission, based on the values of the religion and culture of the region, with the Government organizing principles, as follows: 1. the Good Governance (national governance), namely kepengelolaan and governance good governance is free of corruption, Collusion and Nepotism (KKN) to create the Organization of countries a solid, responsible, effective and efficient, with keeping the harmony of constructive interaction between the domains of the country , the private and the public; 2. Integrity (integrity), that is a unity of conduct that adheres to the principles of morals and ethics, especially concerning the moral character and honesty, resulting from a value system that is consistent; 3. Quality and Accountability (accountability and quality), which is a level of perfection, is the personal characteristics that are able to deliver results that exceed the needs or expectations, and a form of responsibility for an Act, decision, and policy has consider regarding rules, http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 153 Government and its implementation, in view of the legal and transparent governance; 4. Equitable development that is equitable, namely efforts embodies improved quality of life and well-being of the community to reduce the level of poverty, inequality and social disparities, antarwilayah between community groups, through the fulfilment of the basic social services including access to housing with facilities and infrastructure, as well as provide an opportunity for all walks of life trying to tackle unemployment by balancing economic development scale of small, medium, and large. 5. use of integrated data and information (Data and information One of West Java) are accurate, terbaharukan and can be accounted for. The document consists of spatial data and information (keruangan) and a-spatial (non keruangan). http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 154 implementation of development in West Java can not be done by the Government of West Java province, West Java Province as the Government only has the authority to carry out its role based on the Affairs of the Government, in the form of mandatory Affairs and Affairs of options based on the Government Regulation Number 38 in 2007 About the Division Between the Government, the local governments of the provinces and local government counties and cities. To that end, the link between the Mission of the West Java province and Government Affairs assigned on the provincial Government should be done in a synergistic and optimal. In the implementation of the first mission, that embody human resources of West Java which is productive and competitive power, mandatory related affairs are education, health, labor, social, cultural, youth and sports, the empowerment of women, and child protection and family planning and family prosper. This is to create the figure of West Java 2013 the man in West Java that was written, a noble character, moral, intelligent, healthy, have spirit and champion ready to compete. On the implementation of the second mission, namely to enhance the construction of http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 155 regional economies based on local potential, provincial government authorities are on mandatory Affairs, namely, development planning, investment/investment, cooperatives and small business, labor, food security, transport, communication and informatics. In addition, in the implementation of the second mission, there is a selection of related affairs in the implementation of related affairs, namely the field of marine and fisheries, agriculture, forestry, industry, Commerce, and tourism. This is to create the figure of West Java 2013 i.e. Economics West Java a competitive advantage by leveraging komparatifnya. The third mission, namely to improve the availability and quality of infrastructure areas, the related mandatory affair was public works, spatial planning, construction, housing, capital investment, labor, transportation, the environment, and land. This is to create the figure of Jawa Barat West Java infrastructure i.e. 2013 which is ready to support high economic growth. For the implementation of the fourth mission, namely to enhance support and the capacity of the environment for sustainable development, the obligatory affair related provincial government on Affairs of the field of the environment, spatial planning, development, family planning Affairs http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 156 and prosperous family, population and civil registry, land as well as on energy options and resources Affairs minerals and transmigration. This is to create the figure of Jawa Barat West Java environment i.e. 2013 that ensure the sustainability of development. On the implementation of the fifth mission, namely to increase the effectiveness of local governance and the quality of democracy, the Government is authorized to handle the Affairs of the autonomous region field mandatory, public governance, financial administration area, the device area, staffing and persandian, with the obligatory affair is a field development planning, investment, statistics, archives, library, community empowerment, the unity of the nation and the village of domestic politics as well as the obligatory Affairs communications and informatics. This is to create the figure of Jawa Barat West Java Government 2013 that is reliable to control development. 3.4. Development of performance indicators As benchmarks of performance development in West Java during the time period of 2008 – 2013, set out performance indicators development that consists of performance indicators development of http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 157 areas, performance indicators Government as Deputy Governor and head of the performance indicators of the region. 3.4.1. Performance indicators Performance indicators of regional development regional development is the attainment of development benchmarks in West Java with attention to the contribution of the Central Government, the provincial government and the city and County Governments, as well as stakeholders in West Java. Performance indicators are the implementations of the target achievement of the Mission of the Government of West Java province in 2008 – 2013. Regional development performance indicators are as follows: http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 158 Table 3.1 regional development performance indicators performance indicators o N the 2007 Midterm Targets Target 2013 FIRST MISSION: Embody human resources of West Java which is productive and Competitive Power http://www.bphn.go.id/1 2 3 4 5 6 No. 2 2009 series. E 159 SECOND MISSION: improving Regional economic development Based on local Potential 1 6.41% per year 5 – 6% per year 6 – 6.5% per annum 2 Rp. 623,526.0-Rp. 625,000.0-630,000.0-Rp-630,000.0 Rp-640,000.0 Rp-3-16.5% 10-12% – 14% 4 0.21 0,19-0.20 0.18 – 5 54.73 0.19% 56% 55-56-57% of the THIRD MISSION: improving the availability and quality of infrastructure, region 1 level of Steadiness of the road 87.31% 91-92% 93-94% of http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 160 2 Rice Cropping Intensity 190% 194-195% more than 200% rural electrification Ratio 99.59 3% 100% 100% 4 household electrification ratio of 60.41% 69% 67-71-73% Service Coverage 5 persampahan (urban) 53% 57-62% 65-70% clean water service Coverage 6 (urban) 45% 50% 55-60-65% Coverage Service 7th wastewater (domestic urban) 51% 56-61% 67-72% http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 161 FOURTH MISSION: Enhance Support and the capacity of the environment for sustainable development 1 rate of population growth (LPP) 1.84% 1.7-1.8% 1.8% 1.6 – 2 level status of the quality of major rivers and reservoirs of great quality status blackened heavy quality status blackened quality status blackened lightweight 3 number of days with good air quality categories of urban auspicious day/20 years of good day 27-30/32-year 35 good day/year 4 spacious protected area close to the vast West Java against 27% 30-31% 34-35% 5 Amount the application of alternative energy n/a Increased diversification of energy from a micro hydro, biofuels (biokerosin) and bio gas Increased diversification of energy from a micro hydro, biofuels (biokerosin) as well as bio-gas http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 162 FIFTH MISSION: improving the effectiveness of local governance and the quality of Democracy 1 Scale community satisfaction (scale of 1-4) n/a 2 3 2 Organizational Communication Scale (a scale of 1-7) n/a number of crime Figures 4 5 3 n/a Declining crime numbers Decreased crime Figure 4 number of corruption cases n/a decrease in the number of cases of corruption to declining number of cases corruption 5 turnout rate 67-70% 75-78% rise in 2013 Elections turnout greater than 78% Description : N/a = data not available http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 163 3.4.2. Performance indicators the Governor as the representative of Central Government performance indicators as Vice Governor of the Central Government is measurement of achievement of the development seen from the West Java Governor's performance in carrying out the tasks and authority which is directly dipertanggung-jawabkan to the President. As for the duties and authority are: 1. The construction and supervision of the conduct of the Government district/city; 2. the Coordinating Organization of Government Affairs in the area of the province and district/city; 3. The coordination of the construction and supervision of the conduct of the Affairs of the Pembantuan Task in the area of the province as well as the County and city. To measure the performance of the duties and authority, then set the indicator of its performance is as Table 3.3: http://www.bphn.go.id/


No. 2 2009 series. E 164 Table 2.1 performance indicators of the Governor as the representative of the Central Government, No duties and authorities of the 2007 performance indicators Target Midterm Target 2013 1 2 http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 165 3 source: Article 38 of ACT No. 32 of 2004 on local governance Description: n/a = data not available http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 166 3.4.3. Performance indicators the Governor as the head of the regional Prefect is the Performance Indicator benchmark achievement of development seen from the West Java Governor's performance as head of the Region in carrying out the tasks and authority within the framework of the autonomy of the region. Duties and authorities of the Governor as the head of the region under article 25 Law Number 32 of 2004 concerning Regional Government are as follows: 1. The lead organization of local governance based on a shared set of REGIONAL policy; 2. Proposing regulations region; 3. establish regulatory areas that have gained approval together with PARLIAMENT; 4. Draw up and submit a draft local regulations about BUDGETS; 5. Seek the implementation of the obligations of the region; 6. Represent the regions in and outside the courts; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 167 7. Carry out the duties and authorities of other appropriate legislation. To carry out the duties and powers of the Governor as intended, then set 95 development programs that include targets and indicators of program performance over the period 2008-2013. 2.2. Basic assumptions the preparation of the medium-term development plan (RPJM) region of West Java province in 2008 – 2013 RPJM Drafting area of West Java province in 2008-2013, based on the basic assumptions, either internal or external conditions. 3.5.1 external conditions external conditions (national and international) that is used as the assumption that will affect the RPJM Area of West Java are: http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 168 1. The negative impact of the global economic crisis can be resolved in a short time; 2. The relative prices of fuel oil under a US $45 per barrel, and the price of Basic Electricity (TDL) does not increase significantly; 3. The exchange rate of the Rupiah against the US $ is at the range of Rp 9,000-Rp 9,500, while the three-month SBI sukubunga rates are in the range of 7% to 8%. 4. The implementation of the legislative and Presidential Elections in 2009 to take place in a safe and orderly manner; 5. Legislation relating to local governance is not experiencing a fundamental change; 6. The rate of growth of the national economy increased above 6% per year with a low inflation rate; 7. Contributions to the STATE BUDGET, the allocation of Public Funds either, Dana Dekonsentrasi, Dana Pembantuan Tasks as well as ministries and agencies to Fund West Java increased http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 169 8. Integrated and selarasnya RPJMN 2010-2014 with the RPJMD West Java province and the neighboring province of RPJMD RPJMD West Java province. 3.5.2 Internal conditions the internal Conditions in West Java which is used as the assumption that will affect the RPJMD West Java province are: 1. Population growth can be controlled and are expected to decline, mainly due to the growth rate of the incoming migration; 2. The interest and the realization of the investment by the foreign investor (PMA) and domestic investor (PMDN) in West Java continue to increase in line with the formation of a conducive investment climate; 3. the revenue of the region improved significantly, so that it can contribute to an increase in shopping areas and GRANT West Java province; 4. no more catastrophic geology, Hydrometeorology, biological, technological and Environmental Disasters which resulted in casualties, damage or losses that have implications for regional; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 170 5. Harmonisnya relationship between the Governments of the provinces and regencies and cities, as well as between provincial governments and stakeholders; 6. Setup the autonomous region can take place by not changing the administration area of West Java province; 7. The implementation of elections in the County and city as well as the province takes place in a safe and orderly manner; 8. Security and peace can be maintained properly; 9. Integrated and selarasnya RPJMD West Java province with the RPJMD district and Kot http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. 171 e CHAPTER IV REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY vision and mission which had been formulated and explained the purpose and the targets need to be emphasized about the effort or how to accomplish the mission goals and objectives through the regional development strategy which will be implemented over the next five years until 2013. The regional development strategy consists of Policy Development, Program Development, Program Appointment of Governors, and the cantonal Policy. 4.1 Policy Development Policy Development is the translation of the mission goals and objectives that have been described in the previous chapter. The development policy guidelines in carrying out programs and activities during the period 2008 – 2013 based on the Affairs of Government. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 172 Mission 1: realize the human resources of West Java which is productive and powerful competitiveness policy: 1. Education a. Complete Jabar Non Illiteracy; b. Manifest Jabar fee-free primary education in the framework of Alleviation Reasonably Dikdas nine years; c. realize a Free level of School Dropout Jabar in the framework of the implementation of Reasonable twelve years throughout the district/city; d. improving the management of Guaranteeing the quality of primary and secondary education; e. increase the Equitable and quality early childhood education (OLD); f. Increase Equitable and quality Education Outside the school (PLS); http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 173 g. improve Quality and Equitable Education (PLB); h. infrastructure improves the quality of primary and secondary education; i. increase the Competencies and well-being of teachers And Educational Personnel; a. Facilitation of increased Equity and the quality of higher education. 2. The field of Library a. enhance the capabilities and cultural reading of the community; b. Improving the service quality of the library based on information technology. 3. Health a. health service Improves especially mothers and children; b. Develop health systems; c. Increase prevention efforts, eradication and control of infectious diseases and is not contagious; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 174 d. increase the quality and quantity of health care personnel. 4. The field of women empowerment and child protection a. bolster women's empowerment-based independence strives; b. Increase protective measures against children through the prevention of domestic violence and trafficking of women and children. 5. Social Field a. improving the quality and quantity of protection, rehabilitation, and social empowerment; b. increase the quality and quantity of aid/social security; 6. Youth and Sports Field a. embodies the youth of West Java which has a spirit and idealism of nationalities, entrepreneurship, leadership, pioneering and kejuangan; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 175 b. improve the quality of life of the community in a healthy physical and spiritual through sports. 7. Field of Employment a. Increase the competitiveness of the workforce; b. Increasing employment protection and supervision. 8. Field of Religion a. improving the quality of life of communion good religious interumat nor the antarumat of religion; b. Implement and actualize the understanding and practice of religion in the life of society; c. Encourage the improvement of the quality of religious education and religious affairs; 9. Culture Enhances the efforts to revitalize the values of culture and local wisdom relevant for increased progress in West Java. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 176 Mission 2: improving regional economic development based on local potential policies: 1. The field of cooperatives and micro, small and medium enterprises Strengthen institutional and HUMAN RESOURCE capacity, business, financing system, and market opportunities that are in line with the development of KUMKM business world. 2. The field of Employment the expansion of employment opportunities. 3. Agricultural production and increase the added value of agricultural output. 4. Tourism increases the attraction of excellence to increase the purchasing power of the community. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 177 5. Trade Improving system and network distribution of goods as well as the development of domestic and foreign markets. 6. Industry Increase the competitiveness of the industry. 7. The field of Energy and Mineral resources, Increase business and value-added production of mineral resources. 8. The marine and fishery Areas Improve marine resource management especially commercial fisheries on the South coast and the North Coast Fishery Development Movement through the North Coast and South Coast (ARCH). 9. The field of food security Improvement availability, access, quality and food safety. 10. the Forestry to develop various non timber forests. http://www.bphn.go.id/


No. 2 2009 series. E 178 11. The field of Investing a. Creating a conducive business climate in order to maintain the existence of the existing investment as well as attracting new investment; b. Forming investment forum as well as improving promotion and investment cooperation. Mission 3: improving the availability and quality of infrastructure Policy areas: 1. The field of public works a. Establish conditions for road transport services to support the movement of people, goods, and services; b. Improving the condition of the infrastructure of water resources and irrigation to support conservation, efficient use of water resources, as well as water damaged power control; c. improve management of drinking water and waste water; d. improve services construction services. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 179 2. The field of transportation to develop the transport infrastructure of transportation services in order to realize the movement of people, goods and services. 3. Housing a. improving performance management building/home country; b. Increase the availability of housing and basic infrastructure and facilities of the settlement. 4. The field of Energy and Mineral resources, increase the supply, coverage and quality of service of infrastructure and energy ketenagalistrikan. 5. The field of the environment Improves the handling of urban persampahan. Mission 4: enhance support and the capacity of the environment for sustainable development. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 180 policies: 1. The field of population and the civil registry database to organize the population and organizing the population administration system; 2. The field of family planning and family Prosperous Revitalizing family planning programs. 3. Setting the Ketransmigrasian Field distribution in the population, both inside and out of the province area. 4. Spatial Areas a. setting up the institution implementing spatial province; b. develop a regional spatial data infrastructure that is integrated in the network of national spatial data; c. Enhancing the role of the community, the business community, local governments in the implementation of the arrangement of spaces; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 181 d. Solidify Province role in coordinating spatial. 5. Forestry Boosting Security and the prevention of damage to the forest area. 6. The field of the environment a. Improve recovery efforts and aquatic resource conservation, forest air and land; b. reduce the risk of disaster; c. Improving the function and area of protected areas in order to realize the Green province (Green Province) supported the efforts of creating the province's clean (Clean Province) 7. The field of energy and Mineral Resources to develop alternative energy and energy-saving for the community and businessmen. Mission 5: http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. 182 e increase the effectiveness of local governance and the quality of democracy policy: 1. Field development planning a. realizing the development cooperation between areas of mutual benefit; b. improve the quality of planning and developing a planning of public pro; c. Increase the control of development and develop a surveillance system. 2. Communications and Informatics a. develop and implement information technology in management of Government in order to increase service to the community. b. utilization of SCIENCE and TECHNOLOGY for the improvement of regional competitiveness through strategic cooperation and synchronization in College/Research Institute together with its partners in local government activities work. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 183 3. Areas of Land embodies the orderly administration of the land. 4. The field of autonomous region, General Government, financial administration Area, the device area, Staffing and Persandian a. carrying out the reform of bureaucracy through a proportionate structure Setup, develop professionalism, applying performance-based incentives, and procurement electronically; b. Improve and expand the quality of each work unit in the public service for the realization of clean government and good governance; c. setting the legal system in the region; d. Enhancing the capacity of the legislature; e. enhance the performance of financial management area which is accountable; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E f 184. Improving the construction of the tramtibmas, a unit of protection of society, and other trained people; g. improving the quality of development planning. 5. The field of Statistics to improve the quality of data and information supporting regional planning and organization of the Government. 6. Archival Field improves the performance of the management and organization of the regional government archives. 7. The field of community empowerment and the village of a. participation and Improve the institutional role of village community in development; b. Manifest Village build. 8. The field of unity of the nation and domestic politics a. Increase the capacity of the apparatus and the community in disaster relief; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. 185 e b. involves the participation of the community in political development; c. facilitate the enhancement of the role and function of political parties. 4.2 development programme to realize the goals and objectives of each mission and the policies which have been described previously, drawn up development programs in accordance with the areas of Government Affairs, along with performance indicators that are expected to be achieved during the period of 2008-Area RPJM 2013. Mission 1: realize the human resources of West Java which is productive and powerful competitiveness 1. Education through policies and programs as follows: a. Complete Jabar Non Illiteracy; are implemented through Non Formal Education Program, with a target of increasing the number of literacy (AMH); http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 186 b. Embody Jabar free of charge basic education in the context of Alleviation Reasonably Dikdas nine years, implemented through Compulsory basic education, with the goal: 1) Increased participation of Pure Numbers (APM) SD/MI-equivalents; 2) Rising JUNIOR APK/MTs Equivalents; 3) Rising JUNIOR APM/MTs Equivalents. c. realize a Free level of School Dropout Jabar in the framework of the implementation of Reasonable twelve years across Kabupaten/Kota, which is implemented through the programs: 1) compulsory primary education, with the goal: a) the increasing numbers continuing SD/MI to SMP/MTs; b) Increased educational services in specialized areas. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 187 2) Education Program for middle and high, with the goal: a) the increasing numbers continuing SMP/MTs to SMA/SMK; b) the availability of a wide range of scholarships for secondary and higher secondary education. d. improving the management of Guaranteeing the quality of primary and secondary education, which is implemented through the programs: 1) compulsory primary education, with the goal: a primary and JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL are invited) is the pre-eminent international pilot; b) Increasing the number and quality of school International (SBI) level of elementary and JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL; c) Increasing the number and quality of National Standard School (SSN) level of elementary and JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 188 d) are invited, coaching and facilitation of educational development, to embody the ethical students, have a balance of intelligence, intellectual, emotional and spiritual, as well as being able to develop and make use of SCIENCE and TECHNOLOGY. 2) Education Program for middle and high, with the goal of harmonious): a high school and an international pilot's flagship CMS; b) Increasing the number and quality of school International (SBI) level for SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL and VOCATIONAL SCHOOL; c) Increasing the number and quality of National Standard School (SSN) level for SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL and VOCATIONAL SCHOOL; d) Achievement: high school SMK ratio = 60:40; e) Increased relevance and competitiveness of Graduate students of SMK; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 189 f) realization of synchronization of activities of colleges and research institutions with governmental activities, in work, in an effort to build West Java. g) invited, coaching and facilitation of the development of education, to realize ethical pupils and students, have a balance of intelligence, intellectual, emotional and spiritual, as well as being able to develop and make use of SCIENCE and TECHNOLOGY. e. increase the Equitable and quality early childhood education (OLD), which are implemented through Non Formal education programme, with the objectives of: 1) Growing OLD and Non Formal APK; 2) the growing number of OLD and institutions; 3) a growing number of educators and educational OLD. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. 190 e f. Increase Equitable and quality Education Outside the school (PLS), which are implemented through Non Formal education programme, with the objectives of: 1) Increased the number of participation Package B; 2) Increasing Numbers of participation Package C; 3) Increasing the number and quality of community learning activities Center (PKBM); 4) Increased Skills-based educational activities Local Potential for society. g. Enhance Equitable and quality Education (PLB), which is implemented through the educational programs wonderful, with the goal: 1) rise in special education (PK) and educational Services (PLK); 2) Increased the quality of organization of PK and PLK; 3) Increasing the competence of Teachers PK and PLK. http://www.bphn.go.id/


No. 2 2009 series. E h 191. Improve the quality of infrastructure and facilities, primary and secondary education are implemented through programmes; 1) Compulsory primary education, with the goal: a) the increased capacity of SMP/MTs; b) Increased capacity of the open JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL, elementary school-junior one roof; facilitating the implementation of the provision of c) textbook lesson Curriculum unit level education (KTSP). 2) Education Program for middle and high, with the goal: a) the increased capacity of SMA/SMK/MA; b) Increased facilitation of the provision of resources and media study of SMA/SMK; c) Increasing HR competencies SSN and SBI SMA/SMK; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 192 3) Program management of educational services, with the goal: a) the increasing number of accredited schools; b) Increased understanding of the Organization of the education of School-based management (SBM); c) Increasing insight educators about the curriculum; d) Increased the service of data/information; Increasing the quality of the implementation of e) Examinations National/National Standard School Examination (UN/USBN); f) Increasing the role and quality of service of the library of the school. i. increase the Competencies and well-being of teachers and Educational Personnel, implemented through the Ministry of Education Management Program, with the goal: 1) the growing number of budget incentives teachers; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 193 2) increasing the number of qualified teachers S1; 3) the increasing number of certified teachers. a. Facilitation of increased Equity and the quality of higher education, undertaken with medium and high education Program, with the goal: 1) Increasing Numbers Continuing to College and the structuring and development of higher education. 2. The field of Libraries through policies and programs as follows: a. Increase the ability and culture read the community particularly in the age of the school, which was implemented through a Program of cultural Development and the construction of the library, read with the goal: 1) Increased institutional technical library villages in West Java; 2) Increased HUMAN RESOURCE Manager library village. village in West Java; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 194 3) Increased collection of the library in the library of villages in West Java; 4) Increased utilization of library villages in West Java. b. Improving the service quality of the library based on information technology, which was implemented through a Program of cultural Development and the construction of the library, read with the goal: 1) Increased empowerment of public library district/city-based ICT in West Java; 2) Increased empowerment of ICT-based itinerant library service in West Java. 3. the health sector through policies and programs as follows: a. increase the health services especially mothers and children, which was carried out through the efforts of health, with the goal: http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 195 1) Increased commitment and ability of Kabupaten/Kota to reach the villages of Idle and living clean and healthy behaviors (PHBS); 2) Increasing Family Aware of nutrition; 3) Increased protection on pregnant women, mothers, motherhood maternity, babies, childbirth children and communities at high risk; 4) guarantee any poor people get basic medical services and or reference/quality, including specialised; 5) the increasing use of drugs and medications that rational usage of generic drugs on Government and private health services at each level; 6) Increasing monitoring and control the circulation of food preparations and preparations of pharmaceutical supplies mainly drugs, drugs and batra; 7) Tertanggulanginya health problems at the time and post disaster and the anticipation of global warming; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 196 8) Increasing degrees of physical health and fitness communities through sport and physical activity is good, right, and measurable. b. to develop the health system, which is implemented through the following programs: 1) health services management Program, with the goal: a) the increasing qualifications of provincial hospital become Centers of Excellent Reference/Specific health problems, West Java-based (including stroke, heart disease, and gerontology) which has the quality of a national level/world; b) National health service reference system and penunjangnya (Health Diagnostic Laboratory), regional (including HIV and Avian Flu); c) availability of budget/health financing in the province as well as counties and Cities with a population of http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E sufficient 197, teralokasi in accordance with the magnitude of the problem and the termanfaatkan in order to successfully and Sepik and preferred to prevention efforts and improving health (Preventative and Promotif); d) the creation of the system of financing of public health scale of the Provinces; e) the availability of a wide range of policies, standard of health services of the province, the provincial health sector, SPM guidelines and health regulation; f) realization of information systems and Health Epidemiology Surveilance evidence base, accurate throughout the County and the town of West Java and on line with national; g) realization of mechanisms and networks for this communication and the formation of public understanding about the PHBS, construction of the http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 198 health and global health issues, national and local; h) health services in every hospital, Clinic and its quality standards; I) realization of accountability and the achievement of health development program Performance is good. 2) infrastructure and facilities improvement Program Ministry of health, with the goal: a) improved quality of healthcare infrastructure Hospitals; b) Increase the quantity, quality and function in the health care infrastructure of clinics and networks; c) improved quality of health service facilities and infrastructure and the UPT health. c. Increase prevention efforts, eradication and control of infectious diseases and not infectious, the http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. 199 e implemented through programmes of prevention and tackling infectious diseases, with the goal: a) the increasing number of percentage of the village reached Universal Child Immunization (UCI); b) Heightening vigilance system upgrades and early spread of diseases caused by the situation of global (Global Warming); c) Increasing the role of the province in an attempt to control, discovery and tatalaksana cases of HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, malaria, diseases, DBD cardio vasculer (stroke, MI), metabolic diseases (DM) and diseases of the soul, gimul diseases, diseases of the eye and ear, diseases caused by work; d) Each of the OUTBREAK was reported quickly to the head of a 24-hour < and nearest health agencies; e) Each of the OUTBREAK/pestilence tertanggulangi quickly and precisely; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 200 f) Elimination of specific disease oriented on strengthening the system, adherence to standards and increased the commitment of the parties; g) Terkendalinya environmental pollution in compliance with health standards especially in the area of cross-border counties and cities and provinces; d. increase the quality and quantity of health care personnel, which is implemented through the Health Resources Program, with the goal: a) the increasing number of, types and distribution of health workers including health HUMAN RESOURCES (including doctors, midwives, nurses and village health scholars community) that comply with the standard; b) Increased utilization of health apparatus; c) Increasing the quality of health care personnel; d) Increased drug supply and the adequacy of health (national standard of Rp. 9,000.0-/orang/tahun); http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 201 e) Rising image of health service hospitals, health centers and Networks; the growing number of f), type and distribution of health workers including human resources for health standards. 4. The field of women empowerment and child protection through policies and programs as follows: a. increasing the efforts of women's empowerment-based independence strives, through Increased Program Participation and gender equality in development, with the goal: 1) Increased gender empowerment index; 2) Increased gender development index. b. Increase protective measures against children through the prevention of domestic violence and trafficking of women and children, which are implemented through programmes to improve the quality of life and the protection of women and children, with the goal of the increased protection of women and children. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 202 5. Social field through policies and programs as follows: a. increase the quality and quantity of protection, rehabilitation and social empowerment, which is implemented through the following programs: 1) Program Empowering the poor and the disabled, social welfare Problem (PMKS) other, with the goal: a) Increasing knowledge, skills and ability of Poor, Indigenous Communities and the disabled, social welfare Problems in realizing social welfare independently and be able to carry out its social role function and reasonably; b) Terlayaninya, protects and tersantuninya PMKS in fulfillment of her life; c) Tersantuninya PKRI PKRI Widow and family/heroes as well as the rights of values http://www.bphn.go.id/


No. 2 2009 series. 203 e keperintisan, heroism, kejuangan, and social solidarity. 2 the establishment of Institutional Program) Potential source of social welfare (PSKS), with a target of increasing the role of the active population of the elderly in development. b. increase the quality and quantity of aid/social security, which is implemented through the following programs: 1 the establishment of Institutional Program) Potential source of social welfare (PSKS), with the goal: a) Increasing social participation of potential sources of social welfare (youth clubs, social worker coral communities and social organizations) in the implementation of social welfare efforts; b) Increased knowledge and ability of the social workers are professionally; c) Increasing social fund resources; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 204 d) Increased understanding of the development of social welfare through social peyuluhan; 2) Program for tackling natural disasters and the protection of society, with the goal: a) Satisfy help building materials home to former victims of disaster; b) availability of emergency response disaster assistance; c) Increasing participation pillar of the community/volunteer in disaster relief. 6. The field of youth and Sport policies and programs through the following: a. realizing the youth of West Java which has a Champion Spirit (idealism nationality, entrepreneurship, leadership, pioneering and kejuangan), which is implemented through the Program Improvement and coaching role as well as youth, with the goal: http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 205 1) facilities and infrastructure Increased the quality of youth activities in the framework of the realization of youth independent; 2) Rising coaching institutions and youth organizations; 3) formation of the Spirit of the Champion (national idealism, entrepreneurship, leadership, pioneering and kejuangan) among the youth of West Java. b. Improving the quality of life of the community in a healthy physical and spiritual through sports Program implemented through the construction of prisons and the development of the sport, with the goal: 1) Increased the quality and distribution of community sports facility, sports education and public spaces; 2) Increasing community participation in exercise; 3) Increased quantity and quality of athlete excels on an ongoing basis; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 206 4) Increased quantity and quality of energy keolahragaan; 5) Increased quantity and quality of means of exercise for Center for training and matches, including the construction of West Java. 7. The field of Employment through policies and programs as follows: a. Increase the competitiveness of the workforce are implemented through programmes to improve the quality and productivity of the workforce, with the goal: 1) quality improvement and attainment of labour productivity through training; 2) standardization and certification; 3) Pemagangan; 4) Development agencies exercise private and Government work; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. The e 207 5) Increasing infrastructure and workforce training curriculum based on local potential and job opportunities and entrepreneurship. b. Increasing employment protection and supervision, which is implemented through the protection and development of Employment Agency, with the goal: 1) protects the workforce through the settlement of cases of industrial relations; 2) Empowerment means of industrial relations; 3) waging system development; 4) facilitation of labor protection against the paper contract. 8. Field of Religion through policies and programs as follows: a. improving the quality of life of communion good religious interumat nor the antarumat religion, which was implemented through a Program of increased understanding and Practice of religion, with the goal: http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 208 1) Increased understanding and practice of religion in the life of society; 2) the creation of a conducive atmosphere of religious life in West Java. b. Implement and actualize the understanding and practice of religion in the life of society, which was implemented through a Program of increased understanding and practice of the religion, with a target of this facilitation of religious education (formal, non formal and informal); c. Encourage the improvement of the quality of religious education and religious affairs, which was carried out through the course of the construction of Social and religious Institutions, with the target of increasing the role of the socio-religious institutions and religious institutions in development. 9. Culture through policies and programs as follows: http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. 209 e Increase the efforts to revitalize the values of culture and local wisdom relevant for increased progress in West Java; which is implemented through the following programs: a. Development Program cultural values, with the goal: 1) Termanfaatkannya traditional values, historical relics, Antiquities and museums for cultural development of the region; 2) Heightening appreciation society against the language, literature and regional characters. b. Program management of the Wealth and diversity of culture, with the goal: 1) Increased the management of diversity and cultural wealth in West Java; 2) Rising management and recognition of intellectual property (IP) in the field of Arts and culture; 3) the increasing appreciation of the artistic and cultural areas among Governments, communities and the private sector; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 210 4) facilities and infrastructure Increased the title of the work and creativity of Arts and culture representative areas. Mission 2: enhancing the development potential of the local-based regional economy. 1. The field of cooperatives and micro, small and medium enterprises through policies and programs as follows: strengthen the institutional and HUMAN RESOURCE capacity, business, financing system, and market opportunities that are in line with the development of KUMKM the business world, which is implemented through the following programmes: a. the Development of entrepreneurship and competitive advantages of cooperatives, micro, small and medium enterprises, with the goal: 1) Terfasilitasinya new entrepreneurial growth and entrepreneurial competitiveness and development helpless business incubator KUMKM performed together with colleges and businesses; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 211 2) Increased the quality of institutional cooperation. b. Business support system development Program for cooperatives, micro, small and medium enterprises, with the goal: 1) Increased access to capital for KUMKM with the assurance of collaterals in collaboration with banking and microfinance institutions; 2) Increasing access to appropriate technology for KUMKM; 3) development of market access through the promotion and creation of KUMKM products as well as support the animation of place of business. c. LOCAL Development and coaching programs and Non financial institutions banking, with target: 1) Increasing the performance and competitiveness of the LOCAL GOVERNMENT in order to improve service to the community and contribute to the finances of the region; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 212 2) Increased role of Non Banking financial institutions. 2. The field of Employment through policies and programs are as follows: the expansion of employment opportunities, which are implemented through the Program Increased employment opportunities, with the target of increasing labour absorption in agriculture, industry, Commerce and services. 3. Agriculture through policies and programs as follows: Increase of production and value added agricultural output, which is implemented through the following programs: a. Program Increased agricultural production, with the goal: 1) Increased production, productivity and the quality of agricultural products, forestry, and animal husbandry; 2) Increased development of seeds/seeds for agriculture, forestry, and animal husbandry; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 213 3) Increasing the income of farmers in agricultural commodities businesses, estates and farms; 4) Increased absorption of labor in agricultural, forestry and animal husbandry; 5) Increasing the availability and quality of infrastructure agriculture, forestry, and animal husbandry; 6) Increasing product diversification efforts in agricultural, forestry, and animal husbandry; 7) the availability of the product area agropolitan facilitation; 8) multi activity Increased Agribusiness (FOND); 9) implementation of innovation and technology of the agricultural, forestry, animal husbandry and environment-friendly; 10) Declining levels of post-harvest yield loss. b. the empowerment Program of agricultural resources, with the goal: 1) Increased the performance of agricultural resources in West Java; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 214 2) Increasing public awareness against farmers, ranchers, and planters; 3) Increased ability of the institutional role of agri-business ventures; 4) Increased the quality of the land use and water, agricultural land conversion and terkendalinya printing land rice fields. c. Programme of prevention and Mitigation of disease plants, Livestock and fish, with the goal: 1) Terkendalinya pests and diseases of crops, livestock, and fish d. Marketing and processing of Agricultural, forestry, livestock, Fisheries and forestry, with a target: 1) Increased means of marketing agricultural, forestry, livestock, fisheries and forestry; 2) Increased development of marketing efforts; http://www.bphn.go.id/


No. 2 2009 series. E 215 3) Increasing the means of processing of agricultural, forestry, livestock, fisheries and forestry; 4) Increased processing of agricultural, forestry, livestock, fisheries and forestry; 5) Increasing margins of marketing agricultural, forestry, livestock, fisheries and forestry; 6) Increased value-added processing of agricultural, forestry, livestock, fisheries and forestry. 4. Tourism through policy and programs as follows: increase the attraction of excellence to increase the purchasing power of the community, which is implemented through the following programs: a. Tourism Destination Development Program, with the goal: 1) the development of the tourism product unique, traditional and reflect the identity of the community of West Java http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. 216 e rooted in nature and culture in the context of the Java-Bali tourism destinations; 2) Terfasilitasinya diversified scope and range of tourist destinations include tours of pilgrimage (pilgrimage tourism); 3) the increasing quality of the objects and tourist attraction for increasing competitiveness and utilization potential of natural resources in a sustainable and environmentally; 4) facilities and infrastructure Increased tourism; 5) Increased the quality, service and tourist information; 6) Increased the quality of tourism resources including human resource guide; 7) Increased comfort and safety on a trip; b. Tourism Marketing Development Program, with a target of increasing the number of tourists visit to West Java. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 217 5. Trade through policies and programs as follows: Increase system and network distribution of goods as well as the development of domestic and foreign markets, which is implemented through the following programs: a. Improvement Program and Export Development, with the goal: 1) Increasing export trade from West Java; b. trading system development Program in the country, with the goal: 1) Increased distribution of staple goods community and strategic goods; 2) Tertatanya distribution of goods that are effective and efficient; 3) increased use of domestic products; 4) function facilities and infrastructure Increased trade; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 218 5) Increased development and protection of the traditional market (EXPLOSION) that pay attention to structuring, comfort, security and the environment. c. consumer protection and Security Program trades, with the goal: 1) Increased surveillance of circulating goods and services; 2) Increased protection of consumers and producers; 3) orderly increasing of efforts and orderly measure/weigh/measure out and amenities. 6. Industry through policies and programs as follows: increasing the competitiveness of the industry, which is implemented through the following programs: a. Program of small and medium industrial development, with the goal: 1) Increased business unit industry small medium size; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 219 2) Increased absorption of small and medium industry workforce; 3) Increasing partnerships between industries; 4) Increasing service to businessmen IKM. b. structure of the Setup Program and Upgrade industrial technology, with the goal: 1) Encourages the growth of mainstay industries of the future (agro industries, creative industries, information technology and industrial communication); 2) Increased synergy of industrial development; 3) Increasing mastery of technology industry especially textile and product textile industry, as well as the ceramic industry; 4) Increased absorption of labour by big industry. 7. The field of energy and Mineral resources through policies and programs as follows: http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 220 Enhance entrepreneurial and value added production of mineral resources, which is implemented through the following programs: a. the development of Mineral resources and geothermal, with target: 1) Increase value-added production of construction of small-scale mining; 2) increases the potential reception areas of mineral resources; 3) establishment of the institution of energy management. b. Construction and development in the field of ketenagalistrikan and energy, with the goal to develop the utilization of oil and gas wells. 8. The marine and fisheries Areas through policies and programs as follows: Improve marine resource management especially commercial fisheries on the South coast and the North Coast Fishery Development in the North coast of the beach and the http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 221 South (the GATE), which is implemented through the following programs: a. Aquaculture Development Program, with the goal: 1) Increased production of fisheries; 2) Increasing the availability and distribution of seed/master quality; 3) Increasing the availability of aquaculture facilities and infrastructure; 4) Increased absorption of the fishing workforce; 5) the increasing cultivation and preservation technology of water fishing marine, brackish and fresh water; 6) Increased value-added business utilization of fishery products; 7) Terkendalinya pests diseases of fish and shrimp; 8) Increasing means of marketing results of fisheries; 9) Increased the means of processing of fisheries; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 222 10) Increased processing of fisheries; 11) Increasing fisheries marketing margins; 12) development of business networking. b. Capture Fisheries Development Program, with the goal: 1) Increased production and productivity of fishermen; 2) facilities and infrastructure Increased fishery catch; 3) Terkendalinya the utilization of marine resources; 4) development of business results as well as the strengthening of the markets for downstream. 9. The field of food security through policies and programs as follows: increased availability, access and food security, which is implemented through the food security improvement Program, with objectives: a. Increased production and productivity of staple food rice, corn and soybeans; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 223 b. Declining rates of post-harvest yield loss; c. Decreasing food insecurity society to food; d. Tertatanya distribution and trade in rice; e. the increasing diversity of consumption, and the quality of food, as well as declining dependency against rice, the staple food availability and consumption throughout the year until the household level; f. Increasing the quality and control of food safety. 10. the Forestry through policy and programs as follows: Develop various non timber forests, which are implemented through the utilization of the potential of Forestry Resources, with the goal: a. ensuring the development of a wide range of business and management of forestry; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. 224 e b. Made terkendalinya efforts and forestry; c. the development of the institution of independent swakarsa extension. 11. The field of Investing through policies and programs as follows: a. Creating a conducive business climate in order to maintain the existence of the existing investment as well as attracting new investments, which are implemented through the Investment Climate Improvement Program, with objectives: 1) attainment of harmonization and integration of the regulations and provisions supporting investment in the region; 2) Terfasilitasinya guarantee the security and legal certainty; 3) Increased implementation of investment policies in West Java; 4) Terfasilitasinya granting of facilities capital investment for the investor; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 225 5) Increased quality of service and non-licensing permissions are effective and efficient in the areas of investment include the acceleration of the process of permitting capital investment. b. Forming investment forum as well as improving promotion and investment cooperation, which was implemented through a Partnership promotion and Improvement Program of investment, with the goal: 1) Forming the forum investor interaction partners of West Java (West Java Partner); 2) Increased promotion of integrated with related stakeholders in West Java; 3) Tersusunnya package for investment opportunities offered to the investor; 4) Increasing the investment cooperation between local governments and between regional Governments with the private sector; 5) Terfasilitasinya planning and development of the special economic area; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 226 6) Terfasilitasinya the provision of promotion and business center representative. Mission 3: improving the availability and quality of infrastructure of the region. 1. The field of public works through the following programs and activities: a. establish the conditions for road transport services to support the movement of people, goods, and services, which are implemented through the following programs: 1) Program of building roads and bridges, with the goal: a) the creation of road network capacity that can provide to suit your needs and have a good structure value b) Growing conditions of roads and a bridge on a provincial road sections and non status in West Java in order to support the activity of the economy http://www.bphn.go.id/


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E 227 community and equitable development, including improved handling and completion status of the horizontal road in the South, as well as an increase in the West and development of vertical lines on the axis of Pangalengan, Bandung – – Rancabuaya, facilitation of road handling to and from the Center-Center for agricultural production, industrial, and tourist destination; c) the implementation of the construction of the motorway, the ring road, and Fly Over, on toll roads in West Java, through the facilitation of development of toll roads in the city held on roads Kanci – Pejagan, Depok, Cinere-Jagorawi Antasari, Tanjung Priok – Cikarang, Bogor Ring Road phase I, and the channel of Pasteur – Ujungberung – Gedebage; facilitating construction of highways between cities that implemented in sections Cikopo-Cileunyi-Sumedang, Palimanan stone – Dawuan, Go – Pasirkoja, Cimanggis – Cibitung, Sukabumi, Sukabumi Ciawi – – – Ciranjang Ciranjang, and http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 228 Surabaya; facilitating the construction of the Ring Road roundabout Nagreg, Cianjur, Sukabumi and roundabout; as well as the facilitation of development fly over Nagreg, Gebang and fly over fly over in Bandung; d) Terimplementasikannya policy funding for road construction through the concept of Multi Years Project and Turn Key Project. 2) Rehabilitation/maintenance of roads and bridges, with the goal: a) Maintain stability condition of the road in order to still be able to provide optimal services against the flow of traffic through it within the limits of the standard weights or reps of the planned structures; b) Terimplementasikannya policies of funding for road maintenance through the concept of the Road Fund. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 229 3) infrastructure and facilities improvement Program Kebinamargaan, with a target of increasing the availability of the infrastructure supporting the management of road and bridge Inspection Program) the condition of roads and bridges, with the goal: a) the availability of data on road conditions and bridges as inputs into the process of road network management system (IRMS) and Bridge Management System (BMS) as well as the determination of the role and status of roads in West Java; b) availability of data Spaces right of way (Row) and the supervision of the road (Dawasja) on the provincial road sections as material information database of roads and bridges. b. Improving the condition of the infrastructure of water resources and irrigation to support conservation, efficient use of water resources, as well as water damaged power control, which is implemented through the following programs: http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 230 1) programme development and management of Irrigation Networks, Irrigation Networks and Other Swamp, with a target of providing reliable irrigation networks, through the facilitation of regional development of irrigation Leuwigoong in Kab. Arrowroot, as well as in other strategic; 2) Program development, management and conservation of rivers, lakes and other water Resources, with a target of growing conditions and functions of rivers, reservoirs, situ, dam, and other water resources that can meet the needs of domestic raw water for agriculture and industry, through the facilitation of development acceleration in Sumedang Jatigede Reservoirs; Sukahurip reservoir, Cikembang Reservoir, Leuwikeris Reservoir in the County and a vest; Citepus reservoirs in Sukabumi district; Santosa Bandung Regency in reservoirs; Reservoir Cibatarua in Garut; Subang Regency Sadawarna reservoir; Reservoirs Cipanas in Sumedang; as well as the construction of reservoirs-other strategic reservoirs; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 231 3) flood control Programs and Safeguards the target Beach, with the availability of the infrastructure of water resources controlling flood and drought as well as securing the beach. c. improve management of drinking water and waste water, which is implemented through the Development of performance management of clean water and waste water, with the goal: 1) Increasing the availability of drinking water facilities and infrastructure in a region prone to drinking water and the area is left behind through the facilitation of the development of Clean water treatment installation system and system development pipeline transmission and distribution; 2) Increased coverage of domestic waste water services in the PKN and by extension the availability of PKW infrastructure wastewater treatment. d. improve services construction services, which are implemented through the construction of construction services, http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 232 with target the increasing ability and order of conducting of construction services. 2. The field of transportation through policies and programs as follows: developing transportation infrastructure of transportation services in order to realize the movement of people, goods and services, which are implemented through the following programmes: a. the Development of infrastructure and Transport Facilities, with the goal: 1) ensuring the development of mass transit, through the facilitation of the revitalization of the railway line (KA) on the Kiaracondong – Ciwidey village; Cianjur-Sukabumi-Bandung –-Bogor; and Banjar-Cijulang, facilitating the construction of the KRL (electric train) on the Surabaya-Kiaracondong, facilitating the construction of a double track RAILWAY and KRL on the Kiaracondong-Rancaekek and Rancaekek-Indonesia, facilitating the construction of the railway line on the Rancaekek – http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 233 Tanjungsari-Kertajati; Kertajati – Cirebon-Duchy as well as short-cut Cape-Cibungur Taste. 2) implementation of development and the construction of an airport in West Java, through the construction of an airport in Kertajati Primary Deployment Center Majalengka, Airport Development Center the secondary spread of Husein Sastranegara Airport, the Centre of the spread of the Tertiary Cakrabhuwana in Cirebon, as well as the development of the airport Nusawiru in Ciamis Regency; 3) the implementation of the development and construction of a seaport in West Java, through the facilitation of the development of the port in Karawang Cilamaya, facilitation of the development of the port of Cirebon Regency in Gebang, facilitation of the development of the port mouth of the Kingpin and Tarumajaya in Bekasi Regency, as well as facilitating the development of fishing port and Harbor Palabuhanratu Ocean Fisheries Cikidang Pangandaran, Subang, Indramayu and Cirebon. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 234 4) Increasing the availability and quality of transportation facilities and infrastructure; 5) Increased control of the axis of the heaviest Payloads (MST) vehicles on the road network in West Java; 6 implementation of the monitoring and evaluation) development of infrastructure and transport facilities. b. Rehabilitation and maintenance of Infrastructure facilities and Road Freight Traffic (LLAJ), with a target of increasing the availability of infrastructures and facilities LLAJ; c. Transport Service Improvement Program, with objectives: 1) Increased traffic awareness and performance of public vehicle crews; 2) Increasing service permitting and oversight of public transport; 3) Tertatanya network traffic transport of goods and passengers; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 235 4) Increased the performance of the quality of public transport Between Cities within the province (CROSS) and Between provinces (AKAP) in West Java; 5) Tersusunnya minimum service Standards (SPM) Organizing of transport by land, sea, and air in West Java. d. the Program control and Security of traffic, with the goal: 1) Increased safety in crossing a plot between railroad road; 2) Increased the safety of shipping and the flights; 3) freight traffic organization of the Martinet of people and goods in West Java; 4) Increased control of MST vehicles on the road network in West Java. e. Improvement Program Eligibility of motor vehicles, with the goal: http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 236 1) Increased the performance of the activities of the quality test against the production of carrosserie; 2) Increased performance testing of motor vehicles. 3. Housing through policies and programs as follows: a. improve the management of the building/House nation, carried out through the Building Management Program/country house, with a target of terkendalinya process over the status of the building/home country. b. Increase the availability of housing and basic infrastructure and facilities of the settlement, which is implemented through the following programs: 1) Settlement Development Program, with a target of meeting the needs of the home livable through the facilitation of a residential development vertical (pig sty alley), lisiba, kasiba development/slum Setup, as well as the facilitation and coordination of the development of housing and settlements. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 237 2) environment programme Healthy Neighborhoods, with the goal: a) the increasing settlement of environmental quality b) Escalating neighborhood in the basic infrastructure of the village left behind, remote villages, fishermen and slums areas prone to disaster. Community Empowerment) programme 3 settlements, with the target of increasing the role and the public boarding schools and mosques in the environmental management of the settlement. 4. The field of energy and Mineral resources through policies and programs as follows: Increase the supply of quality of service, coverage and energy infrastructure and ketenagalistrikan, which is implemented through the following programs: a. coaching programs and the development of the field of ketenagalistrikan and energy, with the goal: 1) Terjaganya energy supply in West Java, through an increase in the supply of electric energy with http://www.bphn.go.id/


No. 2 2009 series. 238 e harness energy source coal in Indramayu Regency (PLTU) and Sukabumi district (PLTU); 2) Increasing the scope of services and the distribution of energy and ketenagalistrikan in West Java, through improvements in the ability of the energy supply, as well as developing rural electricity in areas that are still not affordable by the electricity network towards a 2010 Caang Jabar program; 3) availability of institution as well as energy management plan in West Java. b. mineral resources development Program and the heat of the Earth, with the target of increasing utilization of geothermal energy as a source of electricity in West Java, through the facilitation of the development of geothermal energy resource in Bogor regency (Awi Crooked), Sumedang (Tampomas), Bandung Regency (Cibuni, Patuha Kamojang, Wayang and Tiger), West Bandung Regency (Tangkubanparahu), as well as Garut (crater Darajat); http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 239 5. The field of the environment, through policies and programs as follows: Improve handling of persampahan urban, which is implemented through the Performance Management Persampahan Development Program, with a target of increasing coverage of Service Activities in the Centre National persampahan (PKN) and center of Activity area (PKW) through the development, processing and Waste Treatment (TPPS) Regional Jackfruit in Legok, TPPS Nambo Bandung Regency in Bogor regency, as well as revitalizing TPPS Leuwigajah in Cimahi and West Bandung Regency timbulan, the reduction of waste at the source and waste utilization technology development. Mission 4: enhance support and the capacity of the environment for sustainable development 1. The field of population and the civil registry through policies and programs as follows: http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 240 sets the database population and organizing the population administration system, which is implemented through the Setup Program Residency, with Administration goals: a. rights protected database of residents in West Java; b. in this orderly administration of population in West Java. 2. The field of family planning and Family Well-being through policies and programs as follows: revitalizing the family planning Programme, which is implemented through the family planning Program, with objectives: a. Increased quantity and quality of participation in family planning programs; b. Increasing the average age of first mate (pendewasaan the age of marriage); c. Increasing the resilience of families through increased economic Family Pre-prosperous and KS I as well as the development of the corporate family. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 241 3. Ketransmigrasian field through policies and programs as follows: sets the distribution of the population, both inside and out of the province area, which is implemented through the transmigration Area Development Program, with objectives: a. Invited the cooperation fields between Ketransmigrasian province placements outside the island of Java with the kab/kota in West Java; b. Increasing the ability of residents on the location of the local transmigration and resettlement on the field of self-employment. 4. The areas of Spatial through policies and programs as follows: a. prepare the institution implementing spatial province, implemented through Program planning the space, with the target of providing institution supporting the implementation of the spatial plan of the Space through the territory of the province of West Java, and realize http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. 242 e development of West Java, particularly the southern part of West Java. b. develop a regional spatial data infrastructure that is integrated in the national spatial data network, implemented through Program Planning space, targeting the availability of spatial data and information in West Java which is reliable and can be utilized by all development stakeholders effectively and efficiently; c. increase the participation of communities, businesses, Governments, and local governments in the implementation of the arrangement of spaces, which are implemented through the use of space, with Program goals: 1) the realization of the plan of spatial region of West Java as a reference space utilization by the public, the business community, Government, and local governments; 2) Implementation coordination arrangements and permitting the utilization of space; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 243 3) transformation of the orientation of the horizontal field of settlements into the vertical plane; 4) Terfasilitasinya embodiment of West Java space structure marked with begin the formation system of the cities that comprise the national Activity Centre development (PKN) Bodebek, Bandung, Cirebon, Metropolitan Development activity center area (PKW) Palabuhan Ratu, Sukabumi, Cikampek toll road, Cikopo-Indramayu, Duchy, Tasikmalaya, and Pangandaran, as well as the development of a national strategic areas and strategic area of West Java province. d. Establish a provincial role in the coordination of the control of use of space, which is implemented through the use of space control programs, with the goal: 1) the availability of the supporting institution for controlling utilization of space, especially in the area of the North Bandung as a follow-up from the region number 1 in 2008 About Control, use of space and the area Jabodetabekpunjur http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. 244 e as set forth in the presidential regulation Number 54 in 2008 about the Spatial area of Jakarta, Bogor, Depok, Bekasi, Tangerang, Cianjur and Puncak; 2) Increased role of control device utilization of space at the provincial level; 3) harmonization of structuring a space between the Central, provincial and district towns; 4) Increased efforts to monitoring, control and curbing use of space throughout the West Java region, including along the North Coast and South Coast Highway corridor, as well as other strategic areas; 5) Control use of space in order to be productive, harmonious, and sustainable. 5. Forestry through policy and programs as follows: Improve security and the prevention of damage to the forest area, which is implemented through the Program http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. 245 e management of protected areas, with a target of increasing the role and the village community forests in safeguarding forest area and forest city as open green space. 6. The field of the environment through policies and programs as follows: a. increase the recovery efforts and conservation of water resources, air, forests and land, which is implemented through the following programs: 1) pollution control programs and the destruction of the environment, with the goal: a) the reduced burden of pollution of water bodies by the domestic industry and, through the handling of upstream and downstream river priorities; b) Reduced the burden of emissions from motor vehicles and industry; c) Implementation supervision of the utilization of B3 and B3 on the waste disposal industry, hospitals, domestic, and other sectors; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. 246 e d) the development of cleaner production (Cleaner Production) and EPCM (Environmental Pollution Control Manager). 2) Program of rehabilitation and conservation of natural resources and the environment, with the goal: a) the implementation of critical land rehabilitation through movement of critical land Rehabilitation (GRLK); b) Tertanggulanginya damage to land former mining, landfill, and disasters; c) Rising underground water conservation especially in Bogor and Bandung basin; d) Terfasilitasinya rehabilitation and conservation of biodiversity in the National Park of Mount Gede Pangrango (GN), Halimun Salak, GN nature reserve. Tangkuban Parahu, Sancang, Leuweung GN. The Ketuk, GN. Papandayan, GN. Kamojang Crater Burangrang, GN. Simpang, Pangandaran, Cibanteng, sea Leuweung http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. 247 e Sancang, Cikepuh, GN Wildlife. Where The Natural Park, Mt. Tampomas, Pangandaran, Sea Cijulang, Children Rush GN. Masigit Kareumbi, and park Forest Kingdom IR. h. Juanda. b. Reducing disaster risk, which was implemented through a Program for tackling natural disasters and the protection of society, with the goal: 1) Increased disaster mitigation and adaptation to climate change; 2) Increased community resilience against disasters; 3) Increased ability and the amount of resources countermeasure of disaster; 4) the implementation of the disaster-prone region's transformation into a disaster-free areas, covering an area free of floods, droughts, landslides, debris, and other disasters. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. 248 e c. improve the function and area of protected areas in order to realize the Green province (Green Province) supported the efforts of creating the province's clean (Clean Province), through the program as follows: 1) Program management of protected areas, with the goal: a) the Setup and improvement of the implementation of the function of protected areas; b) Increased security and protection of protected areas; c) development of new protected areas; d) Increased partnership and empowerment of the communities surrounding the protected area. 2 Coastal ecosystem management programs) and the sea, with the goal: a) the implementation of the rehabilitation of mangroves and coral reefs in the North Coast and South coast of West Java; http://www.bphn.go.id/


No. 2 2009 series. E 249 b) protective coastal vegetation Growing in the tourist area of the North and South coast of West Java; c) availability of institution management of coastal, marine, and small islands, through the preparation of the strategic plan of the coastal area and the sea. 7. The field of energy and Mineral resources through policies and programs as follows: developing alternative energy and energy-saving for the community and businessmen, carried out through the course of the construction and development of the field of ketenagalistrikan and energy, with the goal: a. Increasing the use of alternative energy, through the development of sources of electrical energy micro hydro in Garut District (Kecamatan Bungbulang, Cihurip, and the Cikelet), as well as Cianjur (Sub Cigugur , Cidaun, and Naringgul); the development of the energy resources of solar power, wind power, biogas and in rural areas as well as the potential and yet affordable http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 250 electric network system, and development of the village of independent energy terbaharukan; b. Increasing the effort of implementing conservation and energy saving, through conservation of petroleum into gas and other energy sources; c. the increasing empowerment of communities in sustainable energy development. Mission 5: increase the effectiveness of local governance and the quality of democracy 1. Field development planning through policies and programs as follows: a. realizing the development cooperation between areas of mutual benefit, which is implemented through the development cooperation Program, with a target of accomplishing the development cooperation between the regions, counties and cities, between the provinces and abroad; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 251 b. improve the quality of planning and developing a planning pro public, implemented through Program Planning, control and supervision of regional development, with the goal: 1) Increased synergy of regional development planning; 2) availability of macro and sectoral planning documents that pro public. c. Increase the control of development and developing a surveillance system, which is implemented through Program Planning, control and supervision of regional development, with the goal: 1) Terkendalinya regional development programmes; 2) Increasing public participation in the process of development planning; 3) Decreased deviation towards regional development in implementing regulations. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 252 2. Communications and Informatics through policies and programs as follows: develop and implement information technology in the management of the Government, and make use of SCIENCE and TECHNOLOGY for the improvement of regional competitiveness through strategic cooperation and synchronization in College/Joint Research Institute partners with local government activities in the work Programme implemented through the development of communication, information, Mass Media and the utilization of information technology, with the goal: a. Increasing the use of Information Communication Technologies in the service of the public towards the cyber province; b. Increasing the role of the mass media in the dissemination of the information objectively and responsibility; c. Increasing the service of information to the public, d. Increasing transfer of SCIENCE and TECHNOLOGY for development acceleration, and http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. 253 e e. inspire the need for the development of SCIENCE and TECHNOLOGY is a breakthrough and full of immediacy based on the phenomenon of regional development barriers. .. 3. Areas of Land through policies and programs as follows: Embody an orderly administration of land, which is implemented through the provision of Programs, structuring and control of the administration of land, with a target of accomplishing the orderly administration of the land, as well as rewards to the community of landowners who contribute in the provision of land for development for the benefit of the public. 4. The field of autonomous region, General Government, financial administration Area, the device area, Staffing and Persandian, through policies and programs as follows: a. carry out the reform of bureaucracy through a proportionate structure Setup, develop professionalism, applying performance-based incentive http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. 254 e and procurement electronically, which is implemented through the establishment of Regional Autonomy Program, and the system of regional government administration, with the goal: 1) available and invited, norms, standards, procedures and criteria for conducting the Affairs of the Government of the region; 2) attainment of the assertion of regional and area code boundaries; 3) the implementation of the procurement of goods and services through the services of procurement electronically (LPSE) and development of a virtual office; 4) Implementing performance-based incentives for improving the quality of public services; 5) Setup in this autonomous region in order of efficiency and effectiveness of the West Java development, structuring and Development Centre Government of West Java province; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 255 6) Invited the public service quality and accountability across government levels and structuring UNIT. b. Improve and expand the quality of each work unit in the public service for the realization of clean government and good governance, which is implemented through the following programs: 1) coaching programs and development Apparatus, with the goal: a) the increased performance of the apparatus; b) Heightening discipline apparatus; c) Mantapnya culture of professional and intelligent apparatus; d) implementation of the utilization of apparatus of the province to handle the program and strategic activities (education, health, the environment and field extension officers) in the County and city. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 256 2) Program capacity building Resources Apparatus, with the goal: a) the rising quality of apparatus area; b) Increasing administrative service personnel; c) Tertatanya resource management regulatory apparatus. 3 Office administrative service) Program, with the goal: a) Satisfy the basic needs of the operational work unit OPD in support of basic tasks and functions; b) attainment of service quality between institutions and to society; c) Implementation status, system and procedure as well as standardization of the quality of the public service of the province. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 257 4) infrastructure and facilities improvement Program Apparatus, with the goal: a) growing facilities and infrastructure to support service to the community, inter alia through the development of service options move (Mobile Services Option); b) Implementation efforts give awards to people and institutions that contribute to the development of West Java. 5) Maintenance Program and infrastructure Reform, with the goal: a) the rights and infrastructure operational OPD; b) attainment of comfort and service to the community. c. setting the legal system in the area, which is implemented through the Setup Program Laws-invitations, awareness of the law and human rights, with the goal: http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 258 1) the availability of a legal product areas to support the Organization of the Government; 2) attainment of synergy with other agencies handling the matter; 3) Increasing law-abiding culture; 4) harmonization of legal products make the province by the Central Government and the district and the city to realize the needs of the strategic plan and the public service; 5) Increased legal product in accordance with the aspirations of the community and local wisdom; 6) the implementation of the Regional action plan implementation the eradication of Corruption on a consistent basis. d. Enhancing the capacity of the legislature, which was implemented through a Program of capacity building Institutions of regional Representatives, with objectives: 1) attainment of performance improvements that LEGISLATORS accountable; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 259 2) Strengthening Government communications between the regional and LOCAL Government. e. enhance the performance of financial management areas that are accountable, which is implemented through the following programs: 1) Program financial management and wealth of the region, with the goal: a) the realization of the corresponding receipt with potential; b) the increasing structuring and utilization of assets belonging to the Government of West Java province in the County and city, the revitalizing and reorient LOCAL as well as ensuring the preparation of regional bonds utilization; c) attainment of the management and reporting of the implementation of the budget which is accountable towards the attainment of the status report GRANT Reasonable calculation of liability Without exception; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 260 d) the implementation of the restructuring of the legal regulation of the regional financial-related areas; e) Increasing the quality of public service to taxpayers and levy; f) implementation of the optimization of organizational performance the device producing regions; g) Increased acquisition of equalization funds, funds of funds and dekonsentrasi task pembantuan; h) realization of raising funding sources outside the GRANT (non-NATIONAL) and the STATE BUDGET as well as other revenue sources are legitimate; I) availability of financing expenses for the inclusion of LOCAL capital. 2) Program Increased the development of reporting systems and financial performance of the Product, with the goal: http://www.bphn.go.id/


No. 2 2009 series. E 261 a) availability of product performance reporting system on OPD work units; b) availability of documents which supports close to OPD operational organizational performance. f. Enhancing the construction of the tramtibmas, a unit of Community protection, and other trained people, which is exercised through the maintenance of public order and Peace of the people, with the goal: 1) attainment of synergy of organizing the security and order of the community; 2) Increased quantity and quality of the Pol and 1988, PP Se in West Java; 3) Increasing community participation in tramtibmas. 5. The field of Statistics through policies and programs as follows: improving the quality of the data supporting regional planning in support of the Organization of the Government, the http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 262 is implemented through the Development Program Data/information/statistics target areas, with the availability of data/information with spatial and spatial-up-to-date and accurate development data toward the one in West Java. 6. Archival Field through policies and programs as follows: improving performance management section of the area and the Organization of the Government, which is implemented through Archival Development Program, with objectives: a. availability of archival data that supports the management of local government; b. Rights archival data to improve the service to the users of the archives; c. availability of archives that can support the needs of the public. 7. Community empowerment and Rural Areas through policies and programs as follows: http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 263 a. Increase participation and institutional role in community development, which is implemented through programmes increased participation of communities, with the goal: 1) attainment of partnership of Government, private and community development; 2) Increased frequency of community involvement in the setting of policy. b. Manifest Village Building, which is implemented through the establishment of Government Programs and the development of the village, with a target of increasing the capacity of the Government of the village along County and City Government in the framework of the strengthening of the competitiveness of the village as well as the development of models of development in a comprehensive manner; 8. The nation's Unity and political Field In the country through policies and programs as follows: a. Increase the capacity of the apparatus and society in disaster response, which is implemented through the http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 264 Program for tackling natural disasters and the protection of society, with the goal: 1) Increased ability of the Government in the early prevention and disaster relief; 2) Increasing the role and quality of units For members in disaster response. b. involve the participation of the community in the development of politics, which is implemented through the political Community Education Program, with the goal: 1) Increasing public participation in the election; 2) Increasing civil society participation (civil society). c. facilitate the enhancement of the role and function of political parties is carried out through education programs of the political community, with the goal: 1) Increased functions of political parties in the political education; 2 establishment of the spirit of nationality); http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 265 3) institutional development of local democracy. 4.3 Program Appointment the Governor to realize the promises of the Governor who has delivered on the process of the election of the head of the West Java Area, drawn up development programs along with performance indicators as the implementation of the promises, that agenda to be implemented during the period 2008 – Regional RPJM 2013, as follows: 1. The field of education, with the promise of the Governor as follows: a. education that education budgets with a generous 20%; b. Guarantee candidate Governor-Deputy Governor to realize wajardikdas 9 years old free of charge not later than 2 years term of Office; c. transparency of channeling relief funds education; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 266 d. Liberation of the SPP and the help books, school building improvements, additional public and private teacher salaries, with a budget of Rp 200 Billion/year; e. improvement of the welfare of teachers and volunteers. Implemented through: a. the education budget allocation of 20%; b. Education financed by the Government, especially for underprivileged communities (which are implemented, among others, through: Jabar Non Illiteracy, dropping out of Secondary Schools Free Jabar, the procurement of cheap books, scholarships for pupils and students achievers, help and cannot afford uniforms, SD – JUNIOR one roof); c. distribution of the education fund the pro community; d. Increasing the professionalism and well-being of public and private teachers. 2. The field of health, with the promise of the Governor as follows: http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 267 a. Priority development in areas that have not been touched, prioritized on improvement of health problems; b. Insured Health ID CARD Program; c. development and revitalization of posyandu for the health of mothers, children and elderly residents of Rp 50 Billion per year. Implemented through: a. Increased access to medical services in remote areas; b. increase the guarantees of health financing; c. reactivate the role and functions of Posyandu. 3. The field of employment, with the promise of the Governor as follows: a. the provision of 1 million jobs; b. expansion of job opportunities for regional son; c. improvement of legal protection for TKI asal West Java; d. stand for workers ' fate. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. 268 e implemented through: a. the expansion of employment opportunities; b. Increasing Employment protection and Supervision. 4. The field of youth and sports, with the promise of the Governor as follows: create a sports area and a means to improve sports achievements of the supporters of West Java which is implemented through the provision of community sports area and sports achievements. 5. The field of culture, with the promise of the Governor as follows: the development of Arts and culture in the West through the construction of an international arts building, as well as the patented art typical of West Java which is implemented through the revitalization of facilities and infrastructure of the arts in West Java and the Javanese art combining undertakings. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 269 6. The field of cooperatives and micro, small and medium enterprises, with the promise of the Governor as follows: a. Policies oriented towards the empowerment of small and medium businesses; b. Absorb one million jobs through procurement and improving the SMES with a budget of Rp 200 billion per year (a Moral Commitment by the deadline the implementation of the three-year period of leadership). Implemented through strengthened institutional and HUMAN RESOURCES Capacity, Business, financing system, and market opportunities KUMKM. 7. Industry and commerce, with the promise of the Governor as follows: a. maintain the existence of the traditional market through competitive power Setup; b. Budget special funds of Rp 50 billion/year for the operation of the market when people ride; c. industrial tile evokes a Tricolore; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 270 d. Revitalization Center IKM Binongjati. Conducted by: a. Improving trading systems and revitalizing traditional markets (EXPLOSION); b. Improving access to and distribution of trade; c. Increasing the added value of industrial products. 8. Agriculture, with the promise of the Governor as follows: a. change the pattern of farming with organic fertilizer to improve production results; b. open access marketing centers for the development of the ornamental flower ornamental plants Cihideung, Kecamatan Parongpong West Bandung Regency; c. regulatory Permudah the extension of Rights To attempt (HGU) estate to the society; d. Improving the welfare of farmers through bailouts to ensure the stability of the prices of fertilizer and grain amounting to Rp 200 Billion/year; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 271 e. Supporting the existence of the estate practitioner to get right To Business (HGU); f. Stop over the function of farmland to save agriculture. Implemented through increasing production value and value added agricultural output through LOVE and gate. 9. The areas of public works, with the promise of the Governor as follows: a. acceleration of road repair damaged West Java province; b. the road construction budget irrigation & Usd 200 Billion per year. Implemented through: a. establish the conditions for road transport services to support the movement of people, goods, and services; b. Improving the condition of the infrastructure of water resources and irrigation to support conservation, efficient use of water resources, as well as water damaged power control. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 272 10. Spatial field, with the promise of the Governor as follows: the development and structuring of the educational area the Jatinangor implemented through setting up a supporting institution development and implementation of the educational area Jatinangor Setup. 11. The areas of housing, with the promise of the Governor as follows: the development and structuring of the educational area the Jatinangor implemented through developing and organizing educational Jatinangor region. 12. The field of autonomous region, General Government, financial administration Area, the device area, Staffing and Persandian, with the promise of the Governor as follows: a. Open public spaces for communication with the public; b. Make a transparent area regulations; http://www.bphn.go.id/


No. 2 2009 series. E 273 c. Government clean of corruption, Collusion and Nepotism (KKN); d. Expansion Sukabumi district; e. support the aspirations of the formation of the Bogor regency West; f. Remove and firmly crack down on wild charges; Conducted by: a. Improving the service of information to the public; b. improving the quality of public services-based information and communication technology; c. increase the participation and role of institutional community in development; d. Increase public participation in the process of development planning; e. improving the quality of planning and developing planning in favour to society; f. Organize regional legal systems; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. 274 e g. carry out reform of the bureaucracy through a proportionate structure Setup, develop professionalism, applying performance-based incentives and procurement electronically. 4.4 the cantonal Policy Development areas that have been implemented in West Java as long as it still has not been able to bridge the gap between community welfare area, in this case the gap antarwilayah between both counties and cities as well as between urban and rural areas. In order to ensure the balance of regional development antarwilayah in West Java it needs to be organized a territorial development policy. The focus of regional development in 2008-2013 will be directed on the development of National Activity Centre (PKN) and center of Activity area (PKW) as well as strategic areas by dividing the strategic role of the cantonal development and pay attention to the needs of the area's functionally can be instrumental to economic growth for the region http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 275 itself and the surrounding region with a target area in the center of the Village, the village of Growth lags behind and the city centre of growth. In General, territorial development policy in this Area is the RPJM as follows: 1. Equitable development through the development of a planned and integrated region with the rest of the construction sector and contained in a spatial plan. Furthermore the spatial plan is used as a reference for spatial development policy in each sector in order to make use of space can be synergistic, harmonious and sustainable; 2. Increased attention to regions lagging behind so that failed the region isn't too big can even align with other regions that had developed. It will be done for the acceleration of the development of regions lagging behind through human enhancement approach as well as the means and infrastructure; 3. Balance urban and rural development through the interconnectedness of economic activity between urban and http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 276 rural. Urban development is directed to become a Center for the collection and distribution of the results of production in rural areas. While the rural development is directed at the development of the villages the growth Center will become a Center for the production of agro-industries/agropolitan and other sectors in accordance with the availability of labour, improvement of human resources in rural areas particularly in the management and utilization of resources. Such growth in order to improve economic growth and the competitiveness of rural communities; 4. Interregional Cooperation be developed in order to create synergy and integration of the region as well as its effectiveness in management, particularly in metropolitan areas and the development of a national strategic areas and strategic areas of the province. Cooperation between areas is directed in order of efficiency of public service as well as other development cooperation financing, or the maintenance and management of infrastructure so it can share the benefits among the regional cooperation; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 277 5. Increased development in the border region so that the border region as the face of West Java may be a gateway that characterizes the progress of West Java province. Program priorities in each of the border regions is as follows: a. Jabodetabekjur: Region 1) Institutional Strengthening by focusing on institutional revitalization BKSP Jabodetabekjur; 2) Spatial synchronization with the focus of planning, utilization and control of utilization of Jabodetabekjur area of space; 3 regional transportation Development) with the focus of network development mode of mass transit; 4) water resources with a focus Setup Setup DAS, raw water security, as well as the construction and rehabilitation of situ/reservoirs; 5) persampahan Management Development with a focus on regional development of the trash that is high-tech and environmentally friendly; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 278 6) handling of education with a focus on education and constructing welfare improvement teachers; 7) handling of health with a focus of providing the means of tackling health and infectious diseases; 8) economic development with focus assignment and utilization of special economic area; 9) agribusiness Development with a focus on animal slaughterhouse regional development, regional fish auction and market regional carriers; 10) Handling labor, population and social development with the focus on population information system Jabodetabekjur and the construction of labor information. b. border regions of West Java, Central Java: 1) the field of social and Government: http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 279 a) health, with a focus handling poor families; b) education, with the focus of the working practices of vocational secondary school (SMK) and logging students; c) borders, focusing the determination of territorial boundaries and the construction of the monument boundary. 2) field of the infrastructure and the environment: a) the Spatial and settlements, with a focus on structuring space coordination; b) environment, with a focus in management of watersheds; c) management of water resources, with a focus the construction of Weirs/reservoirs and river normalization and rehabilitation of irrigation networks; d) infrastructure of roads and bridges, with the focus of the construction and improvement of roads and the construction of the bridge; e) transport, with a focus of development as well as the synchronization functions and PJU class path. 3) Economics: http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 280 a-1) Agriculture, focusing eradication of agricultural pests and multi activity (rice – cattle) and the relocation of the check point and optimization of livestock and forest products; b) trade and services, with a focus of development and structuring market sub; c) tourism, with the focus of the coordination and development of tour packages. c. the borders region of Banten in West Java: 1) the field of social welfare and the Government: a) health, with a focus handling poor families and infectious diseases; b) education, with the focus of the family's poor handling, improved quality of education and the welfare of teachers; c), with a focus on social protection of indigenous kaolotan; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 281 d) boundaries of the region, with a focus on structuring and defining the limits of the province, the construction of pillars and gate areas. 2) Field Spatial and infrastructure areas: a) the Spatial and settlements, with a focus for the coordination of border control and spatial environment as well as providing a home habitable; b) Water resource management, with the focus of the construction of Weirs/reservoirs, River normalization, rehabilitation of infrastructure and the provision of irrigation networks and water supply; c) infrastructure of roads and bridges, with the focus of development, the improvement of roads and the improvement of the status of the road as well as construction of the bridge; d) transport, with a focus more and charge control setup of the terminal as well as the routes of transport. 3) Economics: http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. 282 e a) trade and services, with a focus on marketing and coaching centre development KUMKM; b) tourism, with a focus on structuring the tourist area and the development of tourist packages; c Employment), with the focus of providing opportunities to the public to get a job (community cultural work). Territorial development policy in West Java are certainly not regardless of the cantonal policy set by the Government. Based on Government Regulation number 26 in 2008, the Government has set a national strategic areas in West Java, namely: 1. The urban areas of Jabodetabek-Punjur including the thousand islands; 2. Urban Area of Bandung Basin; 3. Test Area Rocket Flying Pameungpeuk; 4. Aerospace Observers Pameungpeuk Station Area; 5. The area of Aerospace Observers Tanjungsari Station; 6. Station Area Telecomand; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 283 7. The Area Of Ground Stations For Micro Satellite Receiver; 8. The area of Pangandaran – Kalipucang Segara-Chicks-Kambangan island. In addition, the Government also has set a National Activity Centre and the Centre of activity areas as follows: 1. National Activity Centre (PKN), consisting of: a. PKN Jabodetabek, covering the provinces of West Java, Banten and JAWA; b. PKN Bandung Raya; c. PKN Cirebon. 2. Activities of the Centre area (PKW), consisting of: a. PKW Sukabumi; b. PKW Palabuhanratu; c. PKW Cikampek-Cikopo; d. PKW Duchy; e. PKW Pangandaran; f. PKW Indramayu; http://www.bphn.go.id/


No. 2 2009 series. 284 e g. PKW Tasikmalaya; Having regard to the trend of the development of West Java to the front, it will be in the central area of Activities increase strive (PKW) Palabuhan Ratu and Pangandaran became the center of National Activities (PKN). While it is a territorial development policy based on the flagship areas is determined based on the potential of the region, the agglomeration of urban settlement centers and production activities as well as the development of the surrounding area are retained. Developing the mainstay is more emphasized on increasing economic activity that is expected to provide increased welfare of the people. The policy of developing the mainstay in West Java is as follows: 1. Area Mainstay Bodebekpunjur (County and the city of Bogor, Bekasi, Depok, and peaks in the Cianjur district), focused on: a. an increase in the coverage of health services; b. improvement of educational facilities and infrastructure; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 285 c. an increase in the production and distribution of food (rice, corn, soy and animal protein); d. improvement of water resources and irrigation infrastructure; e. improvement of the function of protected areas; f. Improved early readiness and disaster mitigation; g. an increase in rural electricity coverage; h. provision of alternative energy; i. improvement of labor-intensive investments; j. Increasing the infrastructure of roads and bridges; k. control of water pollution; b. arrangement of the autonomous region. 2. The area of Sukabumi Mainstay (Regency and Sukabumi and Cianjur), focused on: a. an increase in the coverage of health services; b. improvement of educational facilities and infrastructure; c. an increase in the production and distribution of food (rice and animal protein); http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 286 d. improvement of irrigation infrastructure and water resources; e. enhancement of early readiness and disaster mitigation; f. improvement of rural electricity coverage; g. provision of alternative energy; h. allocation in the autonomous region. 3. The region's flagship Ciayumajakuning (County and the city of Cirebon, Indramayu Regency, Majalengka and Kuningan), focused on: a. an increase in the coverage of health services; b. educational facilities and infrastructure Increased c. increased investment; d. an increase in the production and distribution of food (rice, corn, soy and animal protein); e. improvement of the infrastructure of water resources and irrigation; f. improvement of the function of protected areas; g. development of transport infrastructure; h. allocation in the autonomous region. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 287 4. Area Mainstay Basin Bandung (Bandung District and West Bandung Regency, Cimahi and part of Sumedang), focused on: a. an increase in the coverage of health services; b. improvement of educational facilities and infrastructure; c. the control of pollution (water, air and waste); d. development of transport infrastructure; e. raw water quality improvement; f. control of water pollution; g. Peningaktan rural electricity coverage; h. provision of alternative energy; i. the development of services and trade; j. Structuring autonomous region. 5. The area of the East Priangan Mainstay-of Pangandaran (County and the town of Tasikmalaya, the town of Banjar Ciamis, Garut and), focused on: a. an increase in the coverage of health services; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 288 b. Improved educational facilities and infrastructure; c. an increase in the production and distribution of food (rice, corn, soy and animal protein); d. improvement of water resources and irrigation infrastructure; e. improvement of the function of protected areas; f. improvement of rural electricity coverage; g. provision of alternative energy; h. development of tourism-based biodiversity; i. enhancement of early readiness and disaster mitigation; j. Structuring autonomous region. 6. The mainstay Purwasuka District (Kabupaten Purwakarta, Subang and Karachi), focused on: a. an increase in the coverage of health services; b. improvement of educational facilities and infrastructure; c. an increase in the production and distribution of food (rice, corn, soy and animal protein); d. improvement of water resources and irrigation infrastructure; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. 289 e e. Increased early readiness and disaster mitigation; f. arrangement of the autonomous region. The Government of West Java province looked at the need to implement development in the whole region of West Java and proportionately depending on the potential and the problems encountered in each region. In order to create a range of proportional control and achieve optimal results in the development of every region in West Java, then the role of the coordinating body of the Government and development need to be optimized and strengthened. With reference to developments in construction as well as observing the characteristics of potential and problems in each region in West Java then subdivisions of Government and Development Work (WKPP) is as follows: 1. the WKPP Cirebon with scope of work, Cirebon district, the city of Cirebon, Indramayu Regency, Majalengka Regency, and Regency Brass; 2. the WKPP Structures, with the scope of work of Bandung, Bandung Regency, Sumedang Regency, Cimahi, http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 290 West Bandung Regency, Garut, Banjar Ciamis, Tasikmalaya Regency and the town of Tasikmalaya, in particular having regard to the area of Bandung Raya as a center of national activities (PKN) and functions as the capital of the province; 3. the WKPP Purwakarta, Purwakarta Regency work scope, Karawang, Subang Regency, a Regency of Bekasi, Bekasi and Kota; 4. the WKPP Bogor, Bogor regency, work scope, Bogor, Sukabumi Regency, Sukabumi, Cianjur and Depok. In the review unit regencies and cities, the policy development of the region in the next five years is expected as follows: 1. the WKPP Cirebon Cirebon Regency, a. 1) is part of the National Events Centre (PKN) Cirebon; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 291 2) as part of a Service Center for the surrounding area of West Java, especially the eastern part; 3) As the main gate of West Java province from the eastern part; 4) as part of the development of the region's flagship Ciayumajakuning in the industrial sector, marine and agriculture business. b. Kota Cirebon 1) as a Center for the development of National Activity Centre (PKN) Cirebon; 2) is the major service node, services, trade and industry for the eastern part of West Java; 3) as entry and exit of goods and services through the North Sea; 4) as part of the development of the region's flagship Ciayumajakuning in the industrial sector and tourism. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 292 Indramayu Regency c. 1) as part of the development of the region's flagship Ciayumajakuning in agriculture and marine; 2) Nodes supporting the development of National Activity Centre (PKN) Cirebon; 3) as the central core area of activity area (PKW) Indramayu. d. Majalengka Regency 1) as part of the central activities of the area (PKW) Duchy; 2) Nodes supporting the development of National Activity Centre (PKN) Cirebon; 3) prepared as the main gate of West Java in the future (International Airport in Kertajati); 4) as the main conservation area (TN Mount Ciremai). http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E e 293. Brass 1 District) as the main conservation area (TN Mount Ciremai); 2) as the provider of the raw water resources; 3) as part of the Region's flagship Ciayumajakuning in agriculture, tourism, industry and agro. 2. the WKPP Priangan a. Sumedang 1) buffer is an area in the Center of the national development system (PKN) Bandung Metropolitan; 2) as the center of higher education (Jatinangor); 3) as the central provider of raw water for regions in the North (Majalengka, Indramayu and Cirebon). b. Bandung District 1) buffer is an area in the Center of the national development system (PKN) Bandung Metropolitan; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 294 2) as part of the mainstay of the Bandung Basin in the sectors of industry, tourism and agriculture; 3) as a conservation area. c. Bandung 1) as the seat of Government of West Java province; 2) as a core area of national Activity Centre development (PKN) Bandung Metropolitan; 3 the main node) represents service and urban services for the central part of West Java; 4) as part of the mainstay of the Bandung Basin in the service sector and tourism. d. Cimahi 1) as part of the core area of national Activity Centre development (PKN) Bandung Metropolitan; 2) Node of urban services for National Events Centre (PKN) Bandung Metropolitan. e. West Bandung Regency http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 295 1) is the area of the buffer in the system of development of National Activities Center (PKN) Bandung Metropolitan; 2) Node support National Activities Center (PKN) Bandung Metropolitan; 3) As part of the mainstay of the Bandung Basin in the sectors of industry, agriculture, and tourism; 4) as a conservation area. f. Garut 1) as part of the Mainstay of the East Priangan and Pangandaran in the agricultural sector; 2) as a conservation area. Tasikmalaya Regency g. 1) as part of the Mainstay of the East Priangan and Pangandaran in the agricultural sector and the development of handicraft industry; 2) as support for PKW Tasikmalaya. http://www.bphn.go.id/


No. 2 2009 series. E 296 h. Tasikmalaya 1) as the central core area of activity area (PKW) Tasikmalaya; 2) as the Centre of the development of handicraft industry. Ciamis Regency I. 1) as part of the Mainstay of the East Priangan and Pangandaran in agriculture and tourism; 2) as a conservation area. j. Banjar 1) as the gate of the West Java Province bordering Central Java; 2) Nodes of transport and urban services in West Java to the South. 3. it Purwakarta WKPP a. Purwakarta Regency http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 297 1) as part of the central core area of activity area (PKW) Cikopo-Cikampek; 2) As part of the Flagship Purwasuka in agriculture and industry. Subang Regency b. 1) as part of the Flagship Purwasuka in agriculture and plantation; 2) Nodes supporting the development of the Bandung Metropolitan PKN. c. Karawang 1) as part of the central core area of activity area (PKW) Cikopo-Cikampek; 2) As part of the Flagship Purwasuka in agriculture and industry; supporting the development of Node 3) PKN Bodebek. Bekasi Regency d. 1) as a buffer from the core area of national Activity Centre (PKN) Bodebek; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 298 2) as part of the region of Bodebekpunjur in the settlement sector, industry and agriculture; 3) As the gate of the West Java Province bordering DKI Jakarta. e. Bekasi 1) core area of national Activity Centre development (PKN) Bodebek; 2) is the main node service, urban services, settlement, trade and industry to the western part of West Java. 4. the WKPP Bogor Bogor regency, a. 1) as part of the agribusiness sector in Bodebekpunjur Flagship, industry, and tourism (agro tourism and nature); 2) supporting development of the region Node Bodebekpunjur; 3) as a conservation area. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E b 299. Bogor City 1) core area development PKN Bodebek; 2) As part of the Mainstay of urban Bodebekpunjur in the service sector. c. the city of Depok 1) core area development PKN Bodebek; 2) As part of the Flagship Bodebekpunjur in the education sector; 3) As the gate of the West Java Province bordering DKI Jakarta; d. Sukabumi District 1) as part of the mainstay of the agricultural sector in Sukabumi and tourism; 2) area development Palabuhanratu PKW Node; Node 3) services for the surrounding area. e. Sukabumi 1) as the Centre of activity area (PKW) Sukabumi; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 300 2) as part of the mainstay of Sukabumi in the trade and services sector. f. Cianjur 1) as part of the mainstay of the agricultural sector in Sukabumi and tourism; 2) as a conservation area. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. 301 e chapter V FUNDING AREAS in accordance with the Law Number 32 of 2004 concerning Regional Government and Act No. 33 of 2004 concerning the Financial Equalization between the Central Government and the regions, law No. 17 of 2003 about the finances of the State, and Government Regulation Number 58 in 2005 about the financial management of the financial area, the area should be managed in an orderly, efficient, economical, effective, transparent and accountable as well as obeying laws-invitation with a sense of Justice and propriety. This management principles will be reflected on the process of preparation of the budget of the region, the structure of income and the structure of the shopping area. Therefore, before determining the general policy direction of the income and expenditure area budget five years to come, then the development of the structure of income and shopping area will be presented in the section below. The source of the receipt of the area consists of 1) Native Revenue (PAD) which consists of a group of local tax, a levy on http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. 302 e region, the results of the company-owned wealth management Result areas and areas that are separated and other Original Income Areas; 2) Fund balances include Taxes of Earth and building (PBB), the Bea acquisition of land rights and buildings, income tax (PPh) individuals, natural resources (SDA), General Allocation Fund, and the Fund's Special Allocation; 3) Group-other legitimate areas of revenue include grants, Emergency Funds, funds for Tax Results from County Government and City Funds, Alternative Funds and Special Adjustments, and the Fund's financial assistance. Revenue from the Equalization Fund beyond the control of local governments because the allocation of these funds is determined by the Central Government based on a predetermined formula. Revenues from Equalization Fund relies heavily of the acceptance of the State and the general allocation formula funds. Thus to guarantee revenue areas, local governments focus on the development of original income area. While financing proceeds from the rest of the More Budget Calculation (SiLPA), receipt of Loan area, Regional Reserve Fund (DCD), and sales of the wealth Area are separated. In addition to the funds from acceptance of the area, the http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 303 area received funding from the Central Government in the form of funds and fund dekonsentrasi pembantuan duty in accordance with the policy of the Central Government which is intended for the benefit of implementation of development in West Java. In addition to these funds, fund community and the private sector which contributes more than 80% of the total construction of sorely needed and determine the success of the development in West Java. The source of funding of development in West Java for the last 5 (five) years (2003-2008) funding policy and direction for the next five years, overall is as follows. 5.1 5.1.1 GRANT Management Direction the direction of the management of Regional Income sources of the acceptance of the area consists of 1) Native Revenue (PAD) which consists of a group of local tax, a levy on the region, the results of the company-owned wealth management Result areas and areas that are Separated and other Original Income Areas; 2) Fund balances consist of Tax http://www.bphn.go.id/Results For no. 2 2009 series. 304 e and for results rather than taxes, Fund allocation of Public Funds, and Special Allocation; 3) other Revenue Areas. The development of the original Revenue target area of West Java province during a span of 6 years (2003-2008), the average growth per year increase of 21.86%, as Table 5.1. Table 5.1. The development plan and the realization of the PAD of West Java in 2003-2008 Plan Realization Years PAD 1,537,980,996,116.00 PAD Growth 2003 Growth-2,170,593,640,359.73-2004 2,028,447,055,208.00 31.89 2,846,800,734,938.37 31.15 2005 2006 2007 3,399,855,351,734.03 29.79 3,748,404,050,807.05 3.98 2,619,535,105,000.00 29.14 3,604,767,565,479.84 26.63 3,621,802,762,512.00 6.53 4,249,886,446,800.00 13.38 2008 (planned) 4,055,119,336,950.00 11.96-average Per year Source: 21.86 18.785 Supercede a GRANT in 2003-2007 and Ranc. Perda GRANT 2008 (Pure) according to Table 5.1, when seen from the growth of the realization of the PAD during the 2003-2007 average increase of 18.785%. Whereas when compared with the targets set and the realization of revenues achieved in the same year showed that the targets set can always be reached even exceeded the target. This http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. 305 e means that the sources of potential income of the region is still quite a lot that can be dug and developed as a source of funding for regional development. Pay attention to the financial ability of the revenue of the original Area of West Java with an average contribution per year against a GRANT of 64.60% (table 5.2), may imply that the fiscal ability of the local Government of West Java province is included in the category quite capable, so the result in the number of general allocation Fund (DAU) in 2008 decreased from the previous year. Table 5.2. The development of the realization of the Original Income Areas compared with the BUDGETS of West Java province in 2003 – 2007 and 2008 Plan Year Growth% PAD BUDGETS-realization of proportion% 2,170,593,640,359.73 3,885,420,919,258.22 55.87 2003 2004 2005 2006 3,604,767,565,479.84 26.63 5,700,026,831,254.93 63.24 2,846,800,734,938.37 31.15 4,712,887,298,214.09 60.40 3,748,404,050,807.05 3.98 5,564,023,660,142.09 67.35 2007 4,249,886,446,800.00 13.38 5,569,049,568,751.84 76.15 2008 (planned) 4,055,119,336,950.00 11.96 6,185,131,593,321.25 65.56 the average Realization Per year 18.785 64.60 Source The 2003 Data: s. d. 2006 Perda about Calculations/BUDGETS-realization, realization of a GRANT in 2007, the year 2008 a GRANT of Perda (Pure) http://www.bphn.go.id/


No. 2 2009 series. 306 e overall, the income structure of the West Java province including foursquare, because dependence towards the fund balances of the Centre not too large. The average proportion of the PAD against the acceptance of a GRANT (table 5.3) are 70.8%, the Fund balance of approximately 28% and Other Legitimate Income of around 1.3%. Table 5.3. Total government revenue realization of West Java province Years 2003-2007 No Description number of%1 Income Native 16,617,908,659,203 44.0 a. tax areas 15,421,474,784,489 40.8 b. Levy 125,738,792,485 Area 0.2 c. result of the company belong to the area of wealth management and results Areas separated 451,269,176,195 1.9 d. other legitimate areas of Original Income 619,425,906,034 2.6 2 Equalization Fund,958,931,629 28.0 6,566 a. For the results of the tax and for the results is not Tax,451,814,630 3,348 14.3 b. General Allocation Funds,507,116 3,218 .999 13.7 c. Special Allocation Fund--0.0 3 others Legitimate area of income 297,337 Income,045,056 1.3,204,635,888 23,482 Area 100 source: GRANT from the table 5.3 can be seen that the source is actually the predominant acceptance for the BUDGETS of West Java are from tax areas, namely achieving 65.7% of total receipts or Rp 15.4 billion from 2003-2007. As it known to have high certainty, tax withheld based on http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. 307 e a strong legal foundation and is not associated with the granting of a particular service. The structure of this sturdy enough acceptance however keep the opportunity to experience the riot, when the PAD has decreased drastically, while the balance of Funds is not too large. This means that the necessary effort to always keep a receipt PAD and the growth rate was, in order that the regional development capacity remains awake. If tax revenues decline or relatively constant, then it can become a threat to the capacity building of West Java province. Equalization Fund consists of the tax results for/not taxes and General Fund Appropriations (DAU). Revenue from the tax for the results that come from the Earth and building Tax, Bea acquisition of Rights over the land and buildings, and the income tax (PPh) Individuals indicates increased steadily each year, has a pretty good prospects for further improved with increased tax payers. While for results is not a tax form for the results of natural resources that is currently showing a tendency of stagnation requires attention http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. 308 e serious enough from local governments to better be able to optimize the potential of natural resources. DAU was launched from the Government to the region aims to avoid a fiscal gap (fiscal gap) between the region, the authors have set based on certain criteria which emphasize the aspect of equity and justice in accordance with the conduct of the Affairs of Government formulas and calculations are set up according to law. Based on these calculations and formulas when an area is considered or found already self-sufficient capability fiskalnya then his DAU allocations declined, however, to expect the Government in conducting the operations formula DAU appropriate legislation is transparent. Based on the development of the General Allocation Fund (DAU) West Java province during the last 5 years tends to decline, this indicates that the fiscal ability of West Java can be categorized approach towards unable or independently. While the funds were sourced from a special Allocation Fund (DAK) since 2003 – 2007 for the province does not exist, even in the year 2008 it opened opportunities, but the West Java http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. 309 e has not been the opportunity to get DAK. As for the development of the realization of equalization funds during the year 2003 up to the year 2008 as Table 5.4 below. Table 5.4. The development plan and the realization of Equalization Funds West Java province Years 2003-2008 Plan Year Growth% 2003% growth of Realization 1,059,569,301,846.00-,891,313, 1,093 730.11-2004 1,086,527,001,648.00 2.54 1,197,663,954, 2005 1,105,886,415,308.26 1.78 9.49 522.50 1,220,120,700, 066.00,795 1,106,539,705,000.00 0.06 1,298 1.88 2006,160, 2007 1,522,066,853,000.00 37.55 6.45 567.00 1,756,094,284, 825.00 35.21 2008 (renca na) 1,630,811,000,000.00 7.14-average Per-Tahun-9.82 13.26 source: Perda Calculation a GRANT in 2003-2007 and a pure Target in 2008. The development target of equalization funds in total during the span of the last six years (2003-2008) the average growth per year is of 9.82%. While the development based on the realization during the period 2003-2007 shows an average growth of 13.26%. The realization of Equalization Fund contributions against a GRANT within the same average of 28.00%. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 310 development of realization of total income of West Java, namely acceptance of the Original Revenue Equalization Funds, Regional and other legitimate areas of income in the period 2003-2007 experienced an increase of 18.16% per year and its contribution to a GRANT in the amount of 88.47% per year as Table 5.5 are below. Table 5.5. The development of the realization of the Total income of the province of West Java in 2003-2007 Year Revenue Growth% NATIONAL Proportion% 2003 2004 2005 4,044,464,689,460.87 23.89 4,712,887,298,214.09 85.82 3,264,484,954,089.84 3,885,420,919,258.22 84.02 4,824,888,265,545.84 19.30 5,700,026,831,254.93 84.65 2006 5,046,051,373,578.00 4.60 5,564,023,660,142.09 90.71 2007 6,301,225,388,561.00 24.87 6,201,164,912,253.40 97.16 average per year Data Source: 18.16 88.47 2003-2006 Perda about Calculations/realization of BUDGETS, BUDGETS-realization in 2007 When noticed the tendency of the regional income since 2003-2006 seen that from 2003 an increase in a declining trend of fluctuating growth until the year 2006. The increase in income in 2007 which was originally estimated at under 10% compared to year 2006 turned out to be transcended above the 19%. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 311 Product revenue increase in 2007 is supported by the regional economic conditions and stable success in conducting intensification of efforts in increasing the income of the region. 5.1.2 direction of management of Shopping Area shopping districts in order to fund the implementation of Government Affairs which became the provincial authority or district/city, such affairs consists of the obligatory affair, Affairs of the choice and the handling of affairs in a particular field that can be implemented together between the Government and the local governments or intergovernmental areas defined by the provisions of the legislation. Conducting prioritized spending to protect and improve the quality of life of the community in an attempt to meet the obligations of the region is manifested in the form of increased basic services, education, health, social facilities and decent public facilities as well as developing a social security system. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. 312 e improved quality of life of the community work in the accomplishment realized through achievement of the minimum service standard in accordance with the legislation. The development of the target allocation of shopping districts of West Java provincial government during the last 6 years (2003-2008) experienced a rise of 14.01%, while the development of the realization of regional expenditure allocation during the period 2003-2007 the average experienced an increase of 16.80% as Table 5.6. Table 5.6. Development and realization of Target Shopping West Java province Years 2003-2008 Year Target Shopping Growth% 2003% growth in Expenditures Realization 3,090,593,349,763.58-3,132,781,224,902.00-2004 3,473,904,056,856.00 12.40 3,670,567,300,180.00 17.17 2005 2006 2007 4,923,245,318,247.04 19.17 4,907,738,249,011.05 13.89 4,131,439,788,522.15 18.93 4,309,282,267,306.84 17.40 5,272,083,679,606.84 7.09 5,826,773,641,356.40 18.72 2008 (planned) 5,929,101,899,376.25 12.46--average Per year Source: 14.01 16.80 Perda GRANT 2004-2007 and Perda GRANT 2008 (Pure) for the average proportion of the development of the realization of the allocation of a GRANT towards regional shopping 84.01% per year as seen in table 5.7. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 313 Table 5.7. The development of the realization of the Regional allocation of Spending in 2003-2008 compared with BUDGETS in 2003 – 2007 Year Growth% proportion of NATIONAL Expenditure% 2003 2004 2005 3,670,567,300,180.00 17.17 4,712,887,298,214.09 77.88 3,132,781,224,902.00 3,885,420,919,258.22 80.63 4,309,282,267,306.84 17.40 5,700,026,831,254.93 75.60 2006 4,907,738,249,011.05 2007 5,826,773,641,356.40 5,564,023,660,142.09 92.00 13.89 18.72 6,201,164,912,253.40 93.95 2008 (planned) 6,050,016,474,762.69 6,185,131,593,321.25 average per year Data Source: 16.80 84.01 2003 s. d 2006 Perda on BUDGETS-realization/Calculation In 2007, realization of NATIONAL Plan of 2008 BUDGETS and pure. In accordance with article 37 Permendagri No. 13 of 2006 shopping areas divided into Indirect Expenditures and Direct Expenditures. Indirect expenditures comprise employee shopping, flowers, subsidies, grants, social assistance, shopping for results, financial aid and unforeseen expenditures. The development of the shopping area of West Java province during the period of 5 years (2003-2007) the average growth per year spending increase SEGWAY of 2.25%, shopping for results and financial aid rose by 18.39% and 44.89%, and unexpected expenditures decreased by-1.95%. While the proportion of http://www.bphn.go.id/


No. 2 2009 series. E 314 each spending against the total average expenditures per year shopping SEGWAY increased by 30.92%, shopping for results and financial aid rose by 20.33% and 19.58%, and unexpected expenditures rose by 1.41%, its development as a table 5.8. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 315 http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 316 5.1.3 Directions Financing Financing is the area of Management of financial transactions which are intended to cover the difference between the income and Expenditures of the region. As for the financing of the remaining budget calculations more before (SiLPA), thawing a reserve fund, the proceeds of wealth area are separated, the reception area, the loan acceptance back lending and acceptance receivables area. West Java province BUDGETS each year experience a budget deficit but can be closed with the financing of the budget deficit, growth in average per year during the period of 5 years (2003-2007) experienced an increase of 59.73%, to cover the budget deficit, from the receipt of financing with the average growth per year increase of 16.81% financing expenses, the average growth per year increase in the amount of 7.26% (table 5.9). http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 317 Table 5.9 financing the realization of Development in 2003 until 2007 for financing Pertum acceptance of the Year-reducing Spending maan buhan Pertum-level external buhan Surplus/Deficit-Deficit buhan Pertum 2003 620,935,965, 752,639,694, 168.38 356.22 (131,703,729, 187.84) 2004 668,422,608, 753.22,319, 2,387 1,042 7.65 034.09 38.49 (373,897,389, 280.87) 183.89 2005 875,138,565, 399,222 30.93 709.09 22,777, 300.13 (61.70) (475,915,916, 408.96) 27.29 2006 597,764,790, 658.01 (31.69) 180,914,529, 145.00 (54.68) (416,850,261, 513.01) (12) 2007 958,625,636, 374,391,270, 60.37 351.00 897.00 164.36 (584,234,365, 454.00) 40.15 2008 target 488,843 335, 506.25 (49.00) 256,029,693, 745.00 (31.61) (232,813,641, 761.25) (60.15) average per year of 16.81 7.26 59.73 Source The 2003 Data: s. d. 2006 Perda about Calculations/BUDGETS-realization, 2007 Perda on changes in BUDGETS, in 2008 a GRANT of Perda (Pure) 5.2 Budget revenue and Expenditure of the State (STATE BUDGET) development funds sourced from STATE BUDGET big enough to reach Rp. 3.227 trillion in 2008. It is experiencing an increase of 23% from the 2007 STATE BUDGET, the Fund consists of STATE BUDGET STATE BUDGET and Dekonsentrasi Task Pembantuan. STATE BUDGET Funds for Dekonsentrasi in 2008 appropriations for the Government of West Java province spread over 24 SEGWAY, p. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E the same amount of 318 for 2007 in 24 (twenty-four) SEGWAY Scope the Government of West Java province. Education Office of West Java is the SEGWAY have the largest STATE BUDGET Fund allocations Dekonsentrasi, both in 2007 the magnitude reached Rp. 2.519 trillion, and in 2008 reached Rp. 3.082 trillion. SEGWAY who gained the second-largest allocation is West Java Health Office which in 2007 reached Rp. 181.185 billion, whereas the allocation of STATE BUDGET funds recipients Dekonsentrasi smallest is SEGWAY property management information system in the area (Bapesitalda) both in 2007 and 2008, only gain funds amounting to Rp. 46,544,000.0. For more details, the distribution of BUDGET funds in the form of allocations of funds earned dekonsentrasi West Java province via the SEGWAY of West Java province, as seen in Table 5.10. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 319 Table 5.10. Recap of the STATE BUDGET Funds Dekonsentrasi of West Java province in 2007-2008 the number of Funds No SEGWAY year 2007 Year 2008 1. DEPARTMENT of AGRICULTURE 27,046,579,000 35,556,176,000 2. DINAS FARM 8,854,010,000 7,406,869,000 3. The FISHERIES AGENCY 28,158,000,000 11,647,736,000 4. The ESTATE AGENCY 4,664,997,000 3,828,480,000 5. FORESTRY 1,820,114,000 4,425,248,000 6. SERVICE PERINDAG 1,650,000,000 4,887,680,000 7. DEPARTMENT of AGRO-INDUSTRIAL 846,320,000 478,851,000 8. COOPERATIVE AGENCY of SME 9,037,000,000 5,804,300,000 9. DISTAMBEN 3.656.692.000 1.000.000.000 10. PSDA SERVICE 1,503,050,000-11. SOCIAL SERVICE 34,897,554,000 30,241,535,000 12. DISNAKERTRANS 17,600,835,000 6,950,933,000 13. OFFICE of EDUCATION 2,519,225,473,000 3,082,288,118,000 14. HEALTH SERVICE 181,185,557,000-15. BAPEDA 559,468,000 1,436,040,000 16. BAPESITELDA-46,544,000 17. BAKESBANGLINMASDA 165,307,000 548,580,000 18. BALITBANGDA-152,415,000 19. BAPUSDA 17,250,000,000 2,605,000,000 20. BASIPDA 150 million 150 million 21. BPMD 354,930,000 4,101,109,000 22. AGENCY-500 million 23. BUREAU DEKONSENTRASI 1,249,635,000 567,355,000 24. BUREAU of KEGAWAIAN-233,858,000 25. BINA 27,170,000,000 22,983,800,000 26 PRODUCTION BUREAU. The LAW FIRM 613,380,000-27. HALL TPH PROTECTION 8,934,100,000-28. BPSB TPH 2,805,000,000-the number of 2,899,398,001,000 3,227,840,627,000 source: Bapeda province of West Java, 2007 http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 320 as for STATE BUDGET Funds the task Pembantuan (Tuban) for West Java province in 2008 experienced a significant increase compared to the BUDGET allocation Task Pembantuan in 2007 namely Rp. 198.833 Billion in 2008 spread over 11 (eleven) SEGWAY and Rp 34.708 billion in 2007 in 6 (six) SEGWAY i.e. Dinas Estate of Rp 11. , 325 billion, health service Rp 10.551 Billion as well as the smallest allocation is at the service of Perternakan i.e. Rp. 846 Million. In contrast to previous years, in 2008 STATE BUDGET Fund allocations Tuban distributed to 11 (eleven) SEGWAY previously 6 (six) plus SEGWAY SEGWAY, i.e. Office of the cooperative Bina Marga Office, SME, Spatial and settlement Service, Department of education service and PSDA. In 2008 the largest BUDGET allocation Task Pembantuan are at the service of the Bina Marga i.e. Rp. 93.005 billion,-then the service of the PSDA Rp 61.503 billion and that gets the smallest allocation Community Development Bureau is production of Setda West Java province reaching Rp 190 million. The full details are presented in table 5.11. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. 321 e Table 5.11. Recap of the STATE BUDGET Funds the task Pembantuan of West Java province in the 2007-2008 Budget Allocation NO SEGWAY 2007 Year 2008 1. DEPARTMENT of AGRICULTURE 3,485,000,000 1,786,000,000 2. DINAS FARM 846,500,000 3,579,095,000 3. The FISHERIES AGENCY-6,672,180,000 4. The ESTATE AGENCY 11,325,521,000 2,464,433,000 5. DEPARTMENT of COOPERATIVES and SMES-4,968,466,000 6. BINA MARGA OFFICE-93,005,765,000 7. DINAS TARKIM-1,100,000,000 8. DINAS PSDA-61,503,789,000 9. DISNAKERTRANS 8,551,500,000 8,893,844,000 10. DEPARTMENT of education-14,670,000,000 11. HEALTH SERVICE 10,500,000,000-12. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BUREAU 34,708,521,000 198,833,572,000 http://www.bphn.go.id/number of 190 million PRODUCTION No. 2 2009 series. E 322 5.3 Community Fund and the partners in carrying out the entire development program initiated by the province of West Java, needed financial support and contributions from all sides. Development funds are not only derived from the emerintah and emerintah areas, but also sourced from the private sector and the community. The proportion of the funds comes from private and public is very large compared to the development funds sourced from the Government. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. 323 e Table 5.12. West Java province investment Year 2003-2007 Description 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Year Investment required (billion) 36,510 40,520 61,440 86,000 87,137 * 96,570 ** GDP constant prices (billion) 220,965 230,003 242,935 257,535 274,030 * 293,030 ** LPE (%) 4.39 5.06 5.31 6.01 6.41 * 6.00 ** Source: 3.3 3.3 4.2 5.2 5.3 5.5 BPPMD ICOR, BPS and results of calculation Bapeda Note: * figures are approximate ** Number of projection from table 5.12 to see that the value of the investment required in West Java during the period of 2003-2007 in total amounted to Rp. 311,607 billion, but the realization of the investment in the same period was only Rp 155.736 billion. The figure is the investment funds were sourced from Government (NATIONAL and STATE BUDGET) as well as the private sector and partners. Gross Regional domestic product (GDP) in 2007 is still dominated by sectors of the manufacturing industry amounted to 43.76%, trade, hotels and restaurants of 20.84% and the agricultural sector of 13.01%. Macro economy condition in West Java are experiencing growth in the period 2003-2007, it is indicated by an increase in the LPE of 4.39% in 2003 to 6.41% in 2007. Things http://www.bphn.go.id/


No. 2 2009 series. E the 324, according to Bank Indonesia (2007), increased economic growth in West Java are supported by national economic stability that remain awake, and sourced from the growing foreign trade, consumption and investment activity is increasing. The thing that also supports an increase in the LPE is terkendalinya inflation rate. Incremental Capital Output Ratio (ICOR) or the ratio of increase in output due to the increase of capital is the macro economic indicators to assess the performance of the investment, in its application to the value of output synchronised with the value of the gross domestic product. ICOR value can indicate the level of the economic efficiency of an area, the smaller the value of ICOR indicates more efficient production are applied. During the period of 5 (five) years (2003-2006), the value range in West Java ICOR 3.3-5.5 with a direction of an increasingly enlarged. This condition indicates that the economic efficiency level of West Java needs to be improved. With an increase in efficient and potential and attractiveness that is large enough, it will be able to achieve higher economic growth, http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 325 as the impact expected investors will infuse capital in West Java. Data from the realization of foreign investment and domestic capital investment (PMA and PMDN) in the 2003-2007 period, the average investment growth is 19.13% per year. Realization of investment PMA and PMDN in 2006 amounting to Rp. 23.741 trillion if compared with the year 2005 amounting to Rp. 18.371 trillion, is the achievement of the greatest growth, i.e. Rp. 5.37 trillion or 29.23%. Overall investment realization value PMA and PMDN experienced an increase, from Rp. 12.996 billion in 2003 to Rp. 18.371 trillion in 2005, and in 2007 amounted to Rp 20.914 trillion. Although in the period, the investment trend of PMA and PMDN showed an increasing trend, but the increase has yet to provide significant value. Therefore the efforts required more creative to attract interest in the role of the private sector to contribute in the development of West Java. Based on the results of a survey conducted by KPPOD (Committees Monitoring the implementation of Regional Autonomy) in 2005 obtained the conclusion that legal certainty, the conditions of the http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. 326 e a stable security, economic potential, the availability of a quality workforce, and the availability of good physical infrastructure systems are decisive factors in attracting investors to invest in an area. In the survey, also found that the factors which much be constraints of local Government to attract investors infuse capital. By looking at conditions in West Java, the problem of the availability of the physical infrastructure that has not been adequate, not to terpadunya the system policy that supports investment, yet the presence of mapping an accurate economic potential in the area of West Java, and the still low level of the availability of a quality workforce can be a constraint in an attempt to attract investors to the West Java. 5.4 NATIONAL policy directions and funding community/Partner Revenue Policy Direction 5.4.1 Area Regional Revenue Policy indeed always pay attention to the following principles: http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 327 1. Income areas include all receipts of money through the General Treasury account area, which adds to the equity funds smoothly as local government rights in one fiscal year; 2. all regional income budgeted in the BUDGETS are gross, in the sense that the number of budgeted income should not be reduced by shopping used to generate revenue and/or reduced by for the results; 3. The income of the region is an estimate measured rationally can be achieved for each source of income within one fiscal year. Regional revenue policy tailored to its regional and income structure, the origin of the source of the acceptance can be divided based on 3 groups, namely: 1. the Area of the original Revenue is the result of the acceptance of the sources of revenue that comes from the potential of the area in accordance with the authority possessed in order http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. 328 e finance household affairs of his country. Policy to improve the income of the original areas include: a. the original Revenue Optimizing Reception Area by means of: acceptance of data management to fix the PAD, increasing the income of non-conventional reception, evaluation and revision periodically applicable local taxes and levies that needs to be adjusted, set targets based on the acceptance of the potential acceptance of, developing the institutional financial management areas in accordance with the needs of the region; b. assign a pre-eminent area source of income that is elastic to the development base pungutannya and less distortive on the economy. Because of the PKB and BBN-KB will be reduced, despite the great contributions it needs to be done to optimize the original sources of income the other areas; c. the establishment of institutional and operational system of Revenue Collection Areas; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 329 d. increased revenue areas with intensification and extensification; e. Enhance coordination in the field of synergistically Income areas with the Central Government, OPD-producing counties and Cities, as well as the NATIONAL POLICE; f. optimize the performance of a business entity belonging to the Region to contribute significantly to the income of the region; g. improving the service and protection of the public in an effort to increase community awareness in paying retribution region; h. increase the quality of asset management and finance areas. 2. the Equalization Fund, namely the regional income is derived from the STATE BUDGET aimed at closing the gap fiscal (fiscal gap) as a result of the difference in the needs of fiscal (fiscal need) with a capacity of fiscal (fiscal capacity). The policies to be pursued in an attempt to increase revenues from the Equalization Fund area is as follows: http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 330 a. optimization of intensification and extensification poll United Nations, Private Domestic Tax (PPh OPDN), PPh and BPHTB chapter 21; b. Increase the accuracy of the data of natural resources as the basis for the calculation of Equalization Funds in the Division; c. Improving coordination with the Central Government and district/cities in the implementation of Equalization Funds. 3. Other Income the legitimate Area is acceptance that comes from third-party contributions, namely PT Jasa Raharja AK that his policies do the accuracy potential of the data object is a mandatory Contribution of Road Traffic Accident Fund (SWDKLLJ) as the basis for the calculation of the magnitude of his acceptance. 5.4.2 Shopping area with policy directions are based on the principles of budgeting, shopping areas in 2008-2013 prepared by performance-oriented budgetary approach on the attainment of results from the planned input by observing the work achievement http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 331 per unit area in the implementation of device working task, the subject matter and its function. It aims to improve the accountability of perencanan budget and ensure the effectiveness and efficiency of the use of the budget into programs and activities. Policy shopping area in 2008-2013 to support the achievement of goal directed IPM. To that end, the necessary planning activities oriented to the achievement of HDI strengthen the fields of education, health, economy, infrastructure and superstructure. Shopping policy area budget years 2008-2013 is done through setting a pattern of spending that is proportionate, efficient and effective, namely: 1. Shopping areas prioritized in order of execution of the Affairs of the Government of West Java province that consists of a mandatory Affairs and the Affairs of the options as set out in the provisions of the legislation; 2. The efficiency of spending is done by optimizing spending for public benefit, carry out proper budgeting through cost benefit analysis and the level of effectiveness of each http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. 332 e programs and activities as well as carry out prudent spending through the mapping of risk profiles for any shopping activities and their planning steps antisipasinya; 3. Preparation of the shopping areas prioritized in order to support the effectiveness of the implementation of the basic tasks and functions of OPD in order to carry out the Affairs of local governance that became the responsibility of the Government of West Java province; 4. Shopping in order peyelenggaraan mandatory Affairs geared to protecting and improving the quality of life of the community in an attempt to meet the obligations of the region is manifested in the form of increased basic services, education, health, public facilities and social facilities; 5. Compliance and utilization of the budget for education amounted to 20% of the Volume of NATIONAL Budget each year with a focus on alleviation of REASONABLE DIKDAS REASONABLE initial 9 years and 12 years as well as creating quality education and affordable; 6. Improvement of the quality and quantity of health services implemented by improving facilities and procurement http://www.bphn.go.id/


No. 2 2009 series. 333 e for the basic services of health mainly to poor families as well as maternal and child health, increased medical personnel especially for areas that are hard to reach, and improve the quality of the environment and pembudayaan clean and healthy lifestyles; 7. In order to increase the purchasing power of the community, the budget will be directed on revitalizing the agricultural sector, livestock, fisheries, forestry and plantations, the strengthening of rural-based economic structure ' build ' villages, empowering cooperatives and SMALL MEDIUM ENTERPRISES, as well as the support of rural infrastructure; 8. The decrease in percentage of the total number of unemployed labor force from 11% to under 10% of them through the preparation of HUMAN RESOURCES who are ready to work, increased investment, enhanced multi sector programs and infrastructure employment training Hall; 9. In support of the development of economic activities, maintenance and infrastructure development will be directed at the production center in rural areas, the accessibility of raw water sources and electricity; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 334 10. To keep the power support and environmental capacity of West Java, local governments will steer the budget reduction activities on environmental pollution, the achievement of the target of 35% of the protected area, disaster mitigation, control over the function of land and control excessive exploitation to natural resources; 11. The use of index relevance in determining the budget is a budget with attention to indirect expenditures and direct expenditures by Government policy of West Java, as well as the planned budget by each user of the budget remain scalable; 12. The activities of the orientation towards the fulfillment of the budget fixed (fixed cost), performance-based Incentives, and commitment to sustainable development (multi years); 13. indirect spending policy to include the following matters: a. the employee expenditures to allocate is spending compensation, in the form of salary and benefits, as well as http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. 335 e other income provided to civil servants who are assigned in accordance with the provisions of the legislation; b. Allocate shopping flowers are used for estimated interest payments on debt are calculated over the obligations of the principal debt (principal outstanding) at the Asian Development Bank (ADB/BUDP) and USAID-FID based on the loan agreement; c. Allocate spending subsidies that are used for estimated cost of production aid to the company/institution so that the selling price of production and services produced could be affordable by the public. d. Allocating social assistance expenditures are used for estimated grant in the form of money and/or goods to society which aims at the improvement of the well-being of the community; e. Allocating grant expenditures are used for estimated grant of grant in the form of money, goods and/or services to local governments, and http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. 336 e community groups individuals who specifically was fixed allocation; f. Allocating unexpected shopping which is shopping for an activity which is not unusual or unexpected repeated countermeasure such as natural disasters and social disaster that is not previously thought, including a refund of the excess admission area in previous years that have been closed. g. Allocates spending for the results to the district and the city used to have budgeted funds for the results derived from the income of the province to counties and towns in accordance with the conditions militate-invitation. Shopping for the results carried out proportionally, in order to strengthen the fiscal capacity of the County and the city in carrying out autonomous region; h. Allocate financial aid to the shopping district and the town and Village Government that are used for estimated financial assistance which is http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E public or 337 from the Province to counties and cities, the Government of the village, and to the Government. Financial aid to the shopping district and the town and Village Government is directed in order to support the policy of the Government of West Java province. 5.4.3call policy directions Financing Financing Area assigned to close the deficit caused by the greater shopping area compared with earned income. The main cause of occurrence of budget deficits is the existence of regional development needs increasing. Financing Policy Area consists of receipts and expenses financing financing. 5.4.3.1 Policy Acceptance Acceptance Financing financing is all the receipts that need to be paid back well in the financial year in question or in the next fiscal year, including: the rest of the fiscal year budget calculation more before (SiLPA); disbursement of the reserve fund; the results of the sale of the wealth area are separated; loan acceptance region; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 338 acceptance back lending; and acceptance of the accounts receivable area. Policy acceptance financing in 2008-2013 are: 1. The remainder of the previous year's Budget More (SiLPA) is used as the source of the receipt on the BUDGETS for the next year and on average will have minimal SilPA as possible by carrying out the planning and implementation of the budget on a consistent basis; 2. loan utilisation both from Pioneering in and outside the country through the issuance of bonds or loans from other areas to finance public infrastructure or development programs and other strategic activities. 5.4.3.2 Financing Expenditure Policy Expenditure expenditure financing is to be received back both on the financial year in question or in the next fiscal year, including: the establishment of a reserve fund; equity capital (investment) http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 339 local governments; payment of principal debt; and lending area. Financing expenditure policy 2008-2013 are: 1. Financing Expenditure planned for the payment of the principal amount of debt maturities, the inclusion of capital funds, and LOCAL GOVERNMENT LUEP; 2. The inclusion of capital and lending while the budget surplus occurs; 3. The inclusion of LOCAL capital accompanied by revitalization and restructuring of the LOCAL GOVERNMENT performance and utilization of the wealth of the region belong to separated in order of efficiency financing expenses include study of the feasibility of LOCAL GOVERNMENT. 5.4.4 policy directions and Community Partners Fund policy directions in 2008-2013 to fund the community and partners which are the potential areas of need continue to be developed and are encouraged to support the development process. The development is directed http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. 340 e through the efforts of the wider partnership and enhance the participation of the private sector and the community to attract greater investment in West Java. Efforts are being made to improve the investment areas are: 1. Deregulation of local regulations to be able to increase the interest to invest in West Java; 2. the investment Cooperation between the provincial Government of West Java with private parties or by agreement with other government parties agreed; 3. Encourages an increase in direct investment by local communities; 4. Organization of Permitting Integrated Service of one door (PPTSP) which is a form of governance in the public service; 5. Improving coordination of programs through Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and partnership and Community Development Program (PKBL); 6. Investment activities geared to improving the welfare of society, dedicated to the activity-http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 341 activities that can involve the role of the public sector such as agriculture, industry sector-based agriculture and processing industry, marine, and industrial manufacturing. 5.5 estimates of Budget income and Expenditure the area taking into account the tendency of the attainment of revenue areas, macro-economic conditions nationally and regionally, as well as the capacity of the OPD-producing province of West Java, it is predicted a revenue receipt area of West Java province's overall average growth below 10%. It is with the assumption that within the next five years, efforts of the excavation area the potential income including the domestication of the assets of the province was still not entirely termanfaatkan optimally (more information can be seen in table 5.13). http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 342 http://www.bphn.go.id/


No. 2 2009 series. E 343 CHAPTER VI TRANSITIONAL GUIDELINES and RULES of IMPLEMENTATION of the medium-term Regional development plan for 2008-2013 that include vision and mission of the Governor of West Java, is part and parcel of long term development plan (RPJP) National 2005 – 2025, medium term development plan (RPJM) 2004 – 2009, the elaboration of a long-term development plan (RPJP) Region of West Java in 2005 – 2025 , and a continuity of the strategic plan (Renstra) Provincial Government of West Java in 2003-2008. 6.1 guidelines for medium-term development plan of transition region of West Java province in 2008-2013 will be the guidelines for the preparation of the development plan up to the year 2013. As for the construction of a 2014 using the Transition Area RPJM 2014 development programme that includes the transition to the overarching goals of planning 2014 before he arranges RPJM area of West Java province by 2013 – 2018. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E the transition Program 344 fixed refers to the programme priorities as contained in the regional RPJM West Java province in 2008-2013. 6.2 Rule implementation of medium-term development plan (RPJM) region of West Java province in 2008-2013 is the guidelines for the Organization of regional Devices (OPD) in drawing up the strategic plan (Renstra) OPD, OPD work plan, work plan Development area (RKPD), Annual planning and budgeting is a guide for local government counties and Cities in drawing up medium-term development plan (RPJM) areas, strategic plan (Renstra) OPD, OPD work plan Work Plan, regional development (RKPD) of the annual planning and budgeting. Medium-term Regional development plan for 2008-2013 hereafter be a reference guide for the preparation of the Work Plans of local government (RKPD) in West Java Province for 2010, 2011, 2012, and 2013. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. 345 e with respect to such matters, to set norms implementation RPJM area of West Java province in 2008-2013 as follows: 1. The organisation of regional Device (OPD) West Java province supported by Vertical Institutions in the West Java province, city and County Government, and the community including the business community, the obligation to carry out programmes in the medium-term Regional development plan for 2008-2013 with their best; 2. The Governor, in the exercise of stewardship Government obliged to direct implementation of the RPJM area of West Java province in 2008-2013 by exerting all the strength and potential of the region; 3. The Secretary shall be obliged to coordinate the implementation of regional, RPJM Area of West Java province in 2008 – 2013; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 346 4. Organization of regional Devices (OPD) West Java province is obliged to draw up a strategic plan that includes vision, mission, goals, strategies, policies, programs, activities and flagship staple construction in accordance with the tasks and functions with based on medium-term Regional development plan for 2008-2013 a further spelled out in the plan of work Organization Device (OPD Renja) Area of West Java province to ensure the consistency and continuity of programmes, activities and their funding in the year the plural; 5. Local Government counties and Cities were obliged to draw up the mid-term development plan area which lays out the vision, mission, and programs the head area that subsequently became guidelines in drawing up the strategic plan of the Organization of the regional Devices (OPD) counties and Cities with attention to medium-term National development plan and the medium-term development plan area of West Java province in 2008-2013; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 347 6. In order to improve the effectiveness of the implementation of the medium-term development plan area of West Java province in 2008-2013, regional development planning Board (BAPPEDA) West Java province is obliged to guide the process of development planning, monitoring, mediation and facilitation towards its medium term development plan outlining Areas in 2008-2013 Strategic Plan of the Organization into the device (OPD) Area of West Java province and the medium-term development plan (RPJM) County and city in West Java , as well as building a communication organization and communications to the public continuously about RPJM areas, implementation of the regional supervisory RPJM RPJM Area, as well as an evaluation of the implementation of the RPJM region; 7. in the implementation of the medium-term development plan (RPJM) region of West Java province in 2008-2013 are based to Spatial Plan area of the province (RTRWP) in West Java in order to materialize the harmony and continuity of regional development; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 348 8. To realize the RPJM area of West Java province in 2008-2013 that is full of challenges and dynamics of development, then used five main principles, namely: a. the planning activities refer to smart planning principles (SMART Planning), namely the elected activities must be believed to be argumentative and have the specificity (Specific), measurable (Measurable), ketercapaian (Achievable), the availability of resources (Resources Availability), and time (Time). The selection of activities through the direction of focus development based on Common Goals of West Java refers to annual plan close to the figure of West Java by 2013 based on field missions on each development. Common Goals is a shared goal achievement requires synergy between tiers cross OPD, Government and the corporate world as well as the community, consisting of: improving the quality of education; improving the quality of health care; the increase in the purchasing power of the community; food self-reliance; improvement of the performance of the apparatus; the development of the infrastructure of the region; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. 349 e independence of energy and of raw water adequacy; handling disaster management; and rural development. Common Goals can be tailored to the needs of the annual target. b. the principle of Administration planning, i.e. using Shewhart Cycle known as PDCA cycle with phases: plan (Plan), Do what has been planned (Do), check or monitor the implementation of the (Check), and follow-up Action (Action). To facilitate coordination and programme preparation and synchronization of activities at the provincial level as well as the OPD level with OPD regencies and cities as well as with ministries and Government agencies, then used the Division's role is to administer the province RPJM OPD Areas based on the Mission of development, by dividing the role of OPD Province each field in each mission development in West Java. OPD group is divided into 3 (three), namely: 1) main OPD; 2 OPD) support; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 350 3) OPD supporters, who were split into two groups, namely: a) the OPD Supporters over things that are common; b) OPD quality assurance for Advocates and accountability. c. the principle of implementation of programs and activities using the principle of accountability (accountability) that has three aspects, namely: 1) abide by the rules (Compliance with Regulation); 2) in accordance with the norm of professionalism (Adherence with Norm Professionalism); 3) results-oriented to quality (Quality Result Driven). d. support principle of financial policies following the needs of the selected program (Money Follow the Program Selected Policy); e. the principle control for successful implementation of activities with the role: http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 351 1) Desk monitoring and evaluation of the implementation of the programme for the implementation of quality control activities and observance of time and output; 2) Desk accountability for accompaniment and control of adherence to the rules and discipline of the budget. 9. Drawing up mutual agreement (MoU) for specific areas between the Government of the province with the Government of district and city; 10. Evaluation of the implementation of the medium-term Regional development plan for 2008-2013 is done in the third year and at the end of the term of the Governor against the performance indicators of the mission, while the annual evaluation of the program performance indicators with data obtained from official agencies or conduct a survey undertaken by Bappeda of West Java in itself (self-evaluation) to measure the level of success of the embodiment of the vision and mission within the framework of the clean government and good governance (the corporate world , Society and Government); http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 352 11. Given the service the Governor/Deputy Governor will end in 2013 then to fill in the blanks, medium-term planning document, is seen necessary to devise medium-term development plan (RPJM) Transition Region by 2014 set out in the regulations of the Governor. http://www.bphn.go.id/


No. 2 2009 series. E 353 CHAPTER VII P E N U T U P medium term development plan (RPJM) region of West Java province in 2008-2013 is the regional planning document for the period of 5 (five) is the annual elaboration of the vision, mission and program areas that are bound to Head Regulatory region number 9 in 2008 on Long-term development plan (RPJP) Region of West Java as well as paying attention to the Spatial Plan of the province of West Java and RPJM nationwide. This is in accordance with the mandate of Act No. 25 of 2004 about the system of national development planning and Law Number 32 of 2004 concerning Regional Government. RPJM area of West Java province in 2008-2013 is the second phase of the implementation of the RPJP Area of West Java in 2005-2025 or well known as the stage of completion of the Self-reliance of the community. http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 354 Vision Government of West Java province in 2008-2013 are: achievement of a self-contained Community in West Java, dynamic and prosperous. For the achievement of that vision, implemented through five missions, namely the first mission, embody the human resources of West Java which is productive and competitive power are marked with the embodiment of the human figure in West Java that was written, berahlak noble, moral, intelligent, healthy, have spirit and champion ready to compete. The second mission, boosting regional economic development based on local potential which is marked by economic figures of West Java realization of competitive advantages by leveraging komparatifnya. The third mission, improving the availability and quality of infrastructure areas marked with the embodiment of figure of West Java infrastructure ready to support high economic growth. The fourth mission, enhance support and the capacity of the environment for sustainable development, which is characterized by the embodiment figure in West Java environment that ensures the sustainability of development. The fifth mission, increase the effectiveness of local governance and the quality of democracy http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. 355 e marked with the embodiment of West Java Government figure who can be relied upon to control development. At the stage of preparation of the independence community in West Java this priority on improving the accessibility and quality of health care and education; strategic infrastructure development; revitalizing agriculture, trade, services and the processing industry competitive power; rehabilitation and conservation of the environment; the Setup and administration of the region. Through the implementation of the expected Area RPJM can embody the provision of high quality public services in 2013. RPJM area of West Java province in 2008-2013, was made in the guidelines: 1. Preparation of Renstra OPD, RKPD, work plan (Renja) OPD, planning and budgeting; 2. Preparation of regional, RPJM Renstra OPD, Renja OPD and RKPD as well as planning budgeting regencies and cities of West Java se; http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 356 3. Realizing synergic areas of development planning and integrated development planning between national, provincial and Regency/city and province which borders. The successful implementation of regional, RPJM depends greatly of the understanding, agreement and commitment shared between the Government, the Government of West Java province, County and City Government of West Java se as well as stakeholders in West Java in the period 2008-2013. WEST JAVA GOVERNOR AHMAD HERYAWAN ttd, http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. E 357 http://www.bphn.go.id/no. 2 2009 series. 358 e http://www.bphn.go.id/