Post Border Control Policy: Stakeholder Analysis Perspective

Tofa Apriansyah , Adis Imam Munandar

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The distribution of unregistered Drugs and Foods during the 2015-2017 period—including illegally imported Drugs and Food—dominates the findings in Drug and Food control, according to the inspection and investigation of Indonesia National Agency of Drug and Food Control (BPOM) and Directorate General of Customs and Excise (DGCE). This study aims to determine stakeholder understanding and analysis in implementing BPOM Regulation No. 29 of 2017 and BPOM Regulation No. 30 of 2017. The qualitative method with Stakeholder Analysis is used as an analysis on data obtained through literature studies and structural official interviews and executive officers at BPOM and DGCE. The results show that the performance of BPOM Inspection & Certification Officer, BPOM Investigator, and DGCE Law Enforcement Officer became Definitive Stakeholder in influencing the implementation of those regulations. Head of Division of BPOM Inspection and Certification, Head of Division of BPOM Law Enforcement and Head of Division of DGCE Law Enforcement proved to have enough team strength and authority to become Dominant Stakeholders. Community, passanger, business actors, importers can become Dangerous Stakeholders because they have personal and business interests if the regulations are not clear or consistent enough. It is necessary to form an integrated team between institutions in order to fight against the entry of illegally imported Drug and Food.
Original languageIndonesian
JournalCustoms Research and Applications Journal
Publication statusPublished - 2019

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