The Effect of Performance Based Budgeting and Internal Control Systems on Performance Accountability of Government Agencies: A Case Study In Banjarbaru City Inspectorates
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Keywords

Performance Based Budget
Internal Control System
Good Corporate Governance (GCG)
Performance Accountability Of Government Agencies

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Mujennah, M., Artinah, B., & Safriansyah, S. (2019). The Effect of Performance Based Budgeting and Internal Control Systems on Performance Accountability of Government Agencies: A Case Study In Banjarbaru City Inspectorates. Journal of Economic Info, 6(3), 7-15. https://doi.org/10.31580/jei.v6i3.924

Abstract

The system of good governance is able to realize the governance of the country clean and free from Collusion and Nepotism Corruption (UU 28 year1998). One of the steps of the Banjarbaru City Inspectorates to realize Good Corporate Governance is through the transparency of performance accountability of government agencies  in managing regional finances, most of which are funded by public funds. Performance accountability of government agencies presents budget allocations and realization for implementing key tasks in achieving performance indicators. The achievement of this performance indicator can be accounted for and realized through a performance-based budget. However, in its implementation, supervision, control, responsibility and assessment of  performance accountability of government agencies  is needed. This is where the role of the Internal Control System  is in charge of carrying out oversight of the running of the government and the management of financial areas that are clean and responsible. The purpose of this study was to find out whether the Performance Based Budget  and Internal Control System  had an effect on the Performance Accountability of Government Agencies  at Banjarbaru City Inspectorates. The sample used amounted to 39 respondents. The sampling technique is prurposive sampling. The analytical method used in this study is multiple regression analysis. The results of the study indicate that the implementation of the budget, budget reporting, control activities and monitoring (supervision) has an influence on Performance Accountability of Government Agencies . Budget planning, performance evaluation, control environment, risk assessment, information and communication have no effect on Performance Accountability of Government Agencies.

https://doi.org/10.31580/jei.v6i3.924
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