Smart Governance Arrangement for Integrated Public Services Management in Local Government


This study focuses on institutional arrangements and policy formulation to develop a smart governance framework for integrated public service management in local governments. It also examines the challenges faced by local governments in implementing integrated public service management based on smart governance analysis. The article discusses the findings related to the smart governance institutional model, particularly in the context of the City Government of Makassar, which aims to become a smart city with smart city-based integrated public services, emphasizing smart governance as a key component. The research employs qualitative methods, gathering information and findings from existing literature. The article presents insights into the establishment of a smart governance institutional model for innovative integrated public service management in local governments, driven by the objective of achieving effective and efficient governance.

Keywords: smart governance, integrated public services, institutional arrangement

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