Penerapan E-Planning dalam Perencanaan Pembangunan Daerah di Kota Kendari : Kontribusi untuk SDGs

Faturachman Aputra Sudirman, Elfira Iman Sari, Akhyar Abdullah

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Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengetahui penerapan sistem E-planning pada perencanaan pembangunan daerah Kota Kendari dan kontribusinya untuk pencapaian SDGs 2030. Menggunakan metode penelitian deskriptif kualitatif. Pengumpulan data diperoleh dari hasil wawancara dengan informan di Bappeda Kota Kendari. Hasil penelitian meunujukan bahwa suksesnya penerapan E-Planing pada Bappeda Kota Kendari, karena kejelasan dasar hukum, dukungan infrastruktur TIK, sumberdaya finansial, serta sumberdaya manusia yang menguasai IT. Adapun manfaat dalam penerapan E-Planning ini proses perencanaan pembangunan lebih efektif dan efisien, serta transparan. Pelaksanaan SDGs di sektor E-Government dalam E-planning yang inklusif, tepat dan efektif akan mengurangi kemiskinan, meningkatkan pertumbuhan ekonomi daerah, karena perencanaan program pembangunan daerah yang berkelanjutan, dan mengoptimalkan penanganan risiko dalam proses pembangunan, hasilnya SDGs menciptakan masyarakat dan daerah yang lebih produktif. Sehingga transformasi digital dapat menjadi pendorong utama perubahan dalam pemerintahan untuk mempromosikan pertumbuhan ekonomi yang berkelanjutan dan inklusif, pembangunan sosial dan perlindungan lingkungan.

Kata Kunci : E-government, E-planning, SDGs, Kendari


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.52423/neores.v3i2.25500

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