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Professional Government Public Relations In Indonesia: A Review

Professional Government Public Relations In Indonesia: A Review
Dyah Rachmawati Sugiyanto, Suwandi Sumartias, Neni Yulianita, Lukiati Komala
Universitas Padjadjaran, Journal of Education and Social Sciences, Vol. 3, (Feb.) 2016, ISSN 2289-9855, http://jesoc.com/, http://jesoc.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/KC3_66.pdf
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Universitas Padjadjaran, Journal of Education and Social Sciences, Vol. 3, (Feb.) 2016, ISSN 2289-9855, http://jesoc.com/, http://jesoc.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/KC3_66.pdf
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The Indonesian Government is currently emphasize civil servants for working fast and smart in conveying regulations to the public. At the end of 2015, Indonesian government through the Ministry of Communications and Informatics opened opportunities for the public to be Government Public Relations (GPR) Officers. A total of I 00 vacancies opened to the public with certain requirements, through a selection process has resulted 49 people only. The reality of condition indicates that to he a professional GPR Officer i11 Indonesia is relatively open. There is a GPR career path for civil servants, namely Functional of GPR (FGPR). Currently. they are 994 personnel of FGPR from the various ministries, institutions, and local government institutions. The purpose of this paper wrote was to review the current condition of GPR Indonesia and its development through personnel and groups. This study used methodologies of observation and interviews. This paper is aim to exploring ideas about excellent PR (Grunig, 1992) in condition of Professional GPR Indonesia. The results of this study show that to be professional, GPR Indonesia must be symmetrical in networking. idealistic or critical as part of individual competence, and managerial performane. In addition, Professional GPR Indonesia are also supported by regulatory and policy.

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