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Transformation of the national monitoring and evaluation arrangement in decentralized Indonesia

Landiyanto, Erlangga Agustino (2015): Transformation of the national monitoring and evaluation arrangement in decentralized Indonesia.

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Abstract

Indonesia started to implement the decentralization reform in 1999. It involves regional autonomy and fiscal decentralization through providing more responsibilities for local government, at provinces and districts, for development policy and process, for example including planning, budgeting, execution, and monitoring and evaluation. Using a desk review based on the the government’s law, regulations, policy documents and previous research and also participant observation, this paper investigates the transformation of the monitoring and evaluation (M&E) system in Indonesia in the context of decentralization. For the analysis, I use checklist that cover six M&E dimensions such as (i) policy, (ii) indicators, data collection and methodology, (iii) organizational issues, (iv) capacity-building (v) participation of non-governmental actors and (vi) use of M&E result. This study found that the national monitoring and evaluation arrangement in the post decentralization era has improved after government launched some policies and regulation but also still has some weaknesses and facing some challenges.

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