Bureaucracy Reform in Achieving Efficient Public Administration

Yesi Marince(1*), Sintia Catur Sutantri(2), Wiwit Kurniasih(3),

(1) Universitas Wanita Internasional, Indonesia
(2) Universitas Wanita Internasional, Indonesia
(3) Universitas Wanita Internasional, Indonesia
(*) Corresponding Author



Abstract


This article explores the concept of bureaucracy reform in the context of achieving efficient public administration. The study aims to understand the challenges faced by traditional bureaucratic systems, examine the principles of bureaucracy reform, and highlight the importance of implementing efficient public administration practices. The research utilizes a qualitative approach, drawing on existing literature and case studies. The findings emphasize the need for structural changes, process streamlining, and capacity building to foster an efficient and effective public administration system. This article contributes to the ongoing discourse on bureaucracy reform and provides insights into improving administrative practices.


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Bureaucracy reform; public administration; capacity building

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