Implementation of Good Governance in public services in Blanakan District, Subang Regency


  • Endang Try Setyasih Institut Pemerintahan Dalam Negeri (IPDN), Sumedang, Indonesia


Good Governance, Public Service, Corruption Collusion Nepotism, Human Resources.


Good governance is an important governance principle in the implementation of public services. The Blanakan District Government has an important role in ensuring good governance practices are properly implemented. This study aims to examine good governance practices in public services in the Blanakan sub-district, Subang Regency with a qualitative approach method, with data collection techniques through interviews and observation. The results of the study show that good governance practices in Blanakan District have been running optimally, especially in terms of transparency and public participation in decision making. In an effort to improve the quality of public services, it is necessary to improve good governance practices in Blanakan District, such as prevention and prosecution and the quality of the human resources of the apparatus. This research can provide input for the government and society in improving good governance practices in public services in Blanakan District, Subang Regency, and can be used as a reference for future researchers in studying good governance practices in public services.


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How to Cite

Setyasih, E. T. . (2023). Implementation of Good Governance in public services in Blanakan District, Subang Regency. ENDLESS: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF FUTURE STUDIES, 6(1), 157–167. Retrieved from