Raja Dachroni, Ady Muzwardi Muzwardi


Citizens are compelled to pay for services that should be free; state budgets are pillaged by corrupt politicians; public spending is distorted as decision-makers focus spending on activities likely to yield large bribes like major public works; foreign investment is stymied as businesses are reluctant to invest in uncertain environments economies suffer.

The Anti-Corruption Behaviour Survey is a national programme that measures individual Indonesians' anti-corruption knowledge, attitudes and experiences. The Survey also assesses the nationwide implementation of the National Anti-Corruption Strategy for the Prevention and Eradication of Corruption establish a culture of zero tolerance for corruption in the country. A key activity in support of this assessment is to set the baselines for the STRANAS-PPK anti-corruption strategies. 

The study mainly determined the anti-corruption behavior on BPS services at Batam city Indonesia The data gathered were analyzed using descriptive statistics with 40 respondent. The result of this research shows that anti-corruption behavior on BPS services at Batam city is good. BPS services arrangements and quality guidelines play similar roles in helping institutions become more effective. BPS arrangements clarify institutional structures and procedures. Quality of BPS services guidelines focuses on planning processes and the nurturing of a quality culture of anti-corruption.


Government; Public Policy.

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