2015 : Critical Success Factors of Public-Private-Community Partnership in Bali Tourism Infrastructure Development
Dr Christiono Utomo S.T., M.T.
Prof. Dr. Ir. Nadjadji Anwar M.Sc.
Dr.Ir. Ria Asih Aryani Soemitro M.Eng.
According to the National Development Planning Agency (Bappenas), the limited budget of the Government of Indonesia to improve public facilities can be resolved through the approach of Public-Private Partnership (PPP). PPP beneficial for the parties involved in such cooperation, among others, the transfer of technology, transfer of risk, and increase accountability. Until now, the PPP has not involve the active participation of the community, it is necessary to add an element of society in the so-called Public-Private-Community Partnership (PPCP). This study aims to investigate Critical Success Factors (CSF) of PPCP. CSF of PPCP obtained from the literature study of PPP. Respondents came from the regency/city level agency heads such as: the private sector at management level, party people represented by Indigenous Chairman (bendesa adat), penyarikan (secretary) and juru raksa (treasurer). Data of theÂ …