Supervision Of Bonded Area Facility Policies For Importers At The Bekasi Customs And Excise Intermediate Type A Supervision And Service Office For 2018-2019

Authors

  • Rachmat Pramukty Faculty of Economics, Bhayangkara University Jakarta Raya, Jakarta
  • Dwikora Harjo Ilmu Public Administration, Institut Social Sciences and Management STIAMI, Jakarta
  • Tri Yulaeli Faculty of Economics, Bhayangkara University Jakarta Raya, Jakarta
  • Natalia Titik Wiyani Faculty of Economics and Business, Universitas Panca Sakti, Bekas
  • Alpandi Adharyanto Ilmu Public Administration, Institut Social Sciences and Management STIAMI, Jakarta

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.51601/ijersc.v3i5.519

Abstract

One particular phenomenon in this research is that the Bonded Zone facility policy has its own appeal in the
producers' eyes on an export basis. Consequently, judging from the large number of Bonded Zone scattered
throughout Bekasi City, it becomes a significant obstacle for the supervisory duty’s implementation. The
number of personnel within the Directorate General of Customs and Excise (DJBC) is inadequate, which in
turn, causes the practice of misusing DJBC's superior facilities is easier to do. This study aims to determine
and analyze the Bonded Zone facility policy supervision for importers at the supervision and Service Office
for Customs and Excise in Type A of Bekasi Customs and Excise and the constrictions and efforts in the
supervision process. The research method employed was descriptive research with a qualitative approach.
Meanwhile, the data analysis method implemented was qualitative data analysis. The results of this study
indicated that the policy supervision of Bonded Zone facility for importers at KPPBC TMP A Bekasi has been
going well on each year. However, it has not been optimally implemented. It is indicated by the findings from
the inspection results and action carried out by KPPBC TMP A Bekasi. In implementing the bonded area
facility policy supervision, KPPBC TMP A Bekasi tackled various obstacles, nearly data retrieval problems
on the CEISA TPB application, the unmatched company IT Inventory to what was reported, and the
insufficient number of personnel in the supervisory unit.

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Published

2022-10-28

How to Cite

Pramukty, R. ., Harjo, D. ., Yulaeli, T. ., Titik Wiyani, N. ., & Adharyanto, A. . (2022). Supervision Of Bonded Area Facility Policies For Importers At The Bekasi Customs And Excise Intermediate Type A Supervision And Service Office For 2018-2019. International Journal of Educational Research and Social Sciences (IJERSC), 3(5), 2155–2165. https://doi.org/10.51601/ijersc.v3i5.519