The Indonesian government, through the Ministry of Agriculture, created a sustainable palm oil policy to control and protect Indonesia’s palm oil production. This paper discusses supervision conditions relating to oil palm plantations, which consists of direct supervision, indirect supervision, internal supervision, and external supervision. The aim is to analyze the supervision of the implementation of sustainable palm oil policies by the ISPO Commission on oil palm companies in Indonesia with examples of PT. Lestari Tani Teladan. This study uses the theory of types of supervision by Manullang, with a qualitative approach. The results of the study show that the supervision carried out by the ISPO Commission on oil palm companies with the example of PT. Lestari Tani Teladan was not optimal due to various limitations of the ISPO Commission, while for other types of surveillance that involved several stakeholders had done well enough.
|Title of host publication||Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Administrative Science, Policy, and Governance Studies|
|Place of Publication||Depok, Indonesia|
|Publication status||Published - 12 Aug 2020|