IMPLEMENTASI KEBIJAKAN ZERO POVERTY PROGRAM PADAT KARYA DI KOTA PALU
This study aims to determine public attitudes towards the Workfare Program and how large the portion of Regional Revenue and Expenditure Budget (Anggaran Pendapatan dan Belanja Daerah – APBD) which was disbursed for the implementation of this program in Palu City, with purposive informant selection technique which gained 8 people, referring to the theory of van Meter and van Horn. The data collection of this study was done by means of observations, interviews, and documentations. The results show that the implementation of the Workfare Program had not been optimal, and had not reflected the ideal conditions according to the performance of the policy itself. It can be known from several aspects: a). Policy standards and objectives that still need to be improved, b). Human and financial resources that still need to be fixed, especially the human resources whose activities were still limited, c). Characteristics of implementing agencies that did not understand the operational procedures, d). The implementers attitude who seemed to be indifferent to the job when encountered a problem in the field, e). Interagency communication that was less effective, and lack of socialization to the Workfare participants, f). Social, economic, and political environments that were more dominated by social and economic factors of the society as policy goals.
Implementation, Policy, and Workfare Program
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