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description Policy brief public Perkumpulan PRAKARSA

Policy Brief 07 - Implementation Of e-Government in Indonesia, What Is Necessary?

Maria Lauranti, Eka Afrina Djamhari, Anggara Yudha Zunivar
Published October 2017

Abstract

Corruption Perception Index (CPI) year 2015 placed Indonesia on 88th out of 168 countries measured scoring 36. The score improved by 2 points that improves 19 positions compared to the previous year. Indonesia is far behind its ASEAN partners like Singapore (CPI Score 86) and Malaysia (CPI Score 50). This is a sign that Indonesia is still fighting against corruption. The chance for corruption is high when practices of transparency, accountability, and participation don’t guide the governance process.

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