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    • Development in West Java has been held for years to achieve prosperity for West Java society on the whole. The goal can be achieved through a development plan which is done specifically, measurably, and supported by availability of resources, as well as implemented in time. Based on Regional Long-term Plan of West Java 2013-2018, Local Government Work Plan (RKPD) of 2015 is on the level of development to stabilize the whole development process as an attempt to prepare autonomous society in various fields, which requires all parties to focus more, right on target, and accountable in  the development implementation in West Java.


      Local Government Work Plan of 2015 contains regional economic framework, regional development priorities, work plans and the funding, the execution which is done either by the government or by empowered public participations. In addition, RKPD of 2015 also becomes a reference for regional organizations to complete their work plans of 2015. 

      RKPD of 2015 is synced with the policy of Regional Medium-term Development Plan of 2013-2018 and Regional Long-term Development Plan of West Java province of 2005 for eradicating poverty (pro poor), solving environmental problems (pro environment), boosting economic growth (pro growth), creating job opportunities (pro job), and achieving Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). West Java is a province with the largest number of people in Indonesia with 44,548,431 million population in 2012, became 45,284,209 in 2013, then around 46.2 million in 2014 (source: BPS of West Java; December 2014). Therefore, West Java has 19% of total Indonesia’s population of 242,013,800 (datastatistik-indonesia.com; Januari 2014). Consequently, this large number influences the increasing supply and demand of foods and public services. 

      The policy of West Java development in 2015 emphasizes on improving the quality of the facilities, infrastructure, and educators to equalize education services; enhancing health services, increasing workers and industry competitiveness, improving access for regional economic growth; enhancing quality and quantity of regional infrastructure, controlling  the balance of environmental support, improving disaster mitigation, and implementing good governance. 

      For complete information, please download the file below:

      WEST JAVA GOVERNOR’S REGULATION NUMBER : 35 OF 2014.pdf

      RKPD 2015.pdf

    • Local development planning is divided into several stages from Long-term Planning, Medium-term Planning, to Annual Planning. The document of long term planning  is outlined in Regional Long-Term Development Plan (RPJP), Medium-term Planning is outlined in Regional Medium-Term Development Plan (RPJM) while  Annual development planning is outlined in the Regional Government Work Plan (RKPD). RKPD substance refers to the Regional Development Plan and the Regional RPJP, including the proposed  regional economy framework, regional development priorities, work plans and the funding, and will be implemented by either Regional government or by other stakeholders as a form of participatory planning model.
      RKPD includes public policy and regional development policy for a year, which is expected to create policy certainty as the commitment of regional government that should be implemented consistently. Year 2010 is the second year of implementation period under the leadership of West Java Provincial Government of 2008-2013; therefore, the RKPD of 2010 preparation is the elaboration of the Regional Development Plan of 2008-2013 scheme or as a follow up of RKPD of 2009. The  West Java Province’s RKPD of 2010 formulation refers to the Regional Regulation No. 2 of 2009 concerning the Medium Term Development Plan of West Java Province of 2008-2013, in view of the results of development performance achieved in the previous year, the  existing phenomena, strategic issues that will be faced in the implementation of RKPD, considering the synergy among sectors and regions, observing the principle of coordination with all of the OPDs and various parties  consisting of politicians, technocrats, community leaders, and other stakeholders. 

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    • Local Government Work Plan (RKPD) of West Java in 2011 was the third year of the West Java leadership period of 2008-2013, and its policy was as an elaboration and scheme of Medium Term Development Plan of West Java of 2008-2023, Long-Term Development Plan Region of 2005-2025, National Medium-Term Development Plan and Government Work Plan of 2011. This RKPD formulation was intended as an attempt to embody the synergic local development planning with national, provincial, and regency or city as well as the bordering provinces

      West Java RKPD of 2011 is a year of health planning, in which 10% of budget was allocated for health, in line with the mandate of the Law of The Republic of Indonesia Number 36 of 2009 concerning Health.

      Furthermore, RKPD of 2011 includes the plan of regional economy frame, regional development priority programs, work plans and the funding, the estimates of fund framework and the indicative ceiling in response to the efforts to increase the economic development growth along with the equity aspects, providing job opportinities to reduce unemployment and poverty, creating more conducive investment conditions, improving the quality and quantity of infrastructure, improving exports competitiveness,  increasing public and private participations in development, and building a stronger foundation for sustainable economic development.


      RKPD of 2011 included regional finance policy, in which the increased revenue is strived by raising the provincial revenue from regional taxes sector, retribution and development funds, with projections of the local government budget of 2011 and 2012 that can be downloaded below:

      1. Cover

      2. Table of Contents

      3. Chapter I

      4. Chapter II

      5. Chapter III

      6. Chapter IV

      7. Chapter V

      8. Chapter VI

      For more information, please download the file below:
      RKPD 2011.zip

    • Work Plan of Regional Government of West Java province in 2012

      For more information please download the file below:

      RKPD_2012.pdf
       

    Development in West Java Province has been implemented for years to achieve prosperity for the whole society in West Java. It can be achieved by conducting development plans specifically, measurably, supported by the availability of resources, and implemented on schedule. Based on Long-Term Regional Plan, Regional Government Work Plan of 2014 was on establishing a comprehensive development stage as an effort to prepare autonomous society in various fields, which requires all parties to be more focus, right on targets, and accountable.

    Regional Government Work Plan includes regional economy framework, development priorities, work plans and the funding, as well as the execution which is done either by the government or by empowered public participations. In addition, Regional Government Work Plan also becomes a reference for the regional organizations to complete the Work Plans of Regional Organizations for the same year.
    Regional Government Work Plan in 2014 was synced to policy  of Regional Medium-term Development Plan of 2010-2014 and West Java Regional Long-term Development Plan of 2005-2025 for eradicating poverty (pro-poor), solving environmental problems (pro environment), boosting economic growth (pro-growth), creating job opportinities (pro-job), and achieving Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). West Java is a province with the largest population in Indonesia with 44,257,000 in 2011,  becoming 44,548,431 in 2012, then 45.3 million population in 2013, aound 18.24% of total Indonesia’s population with 1.66% population growth  (source: BPS of West Java; December 2013). Consequently, this large population influenced the supply and demand of foods and public services. 

    West Java development policy in 2014 emphasized in improving the quality of facilities, infrastructures and educators to equalize the education services; improving health care services, increasing labor and industry competitiveness, improving access for regional economic growth, enhancing the quality and quantity of regional infrastructures, controlling the balance of environmental support, improving disaster mitigation, and implementing  good governance.

    For more information, please download the following file :

    RKPD_2014.pdf