Semua Berawal dari IT: Terobosan Banyuwangi dalam Menata Ulang Tatakelola Pemerintahan

*Teguh Yuwono  -  Universitas Diponegoro, Indonesia
Laila Kholid Alfirdaus  -  Universitas Diponegoro, Indonesia
Dzunuwanus Ghulam Manar  -  Universitas Diponegoro, Indonesia
Received: 3 Aug 2020; Revised: 7 Aug 2020; Accepted: 3 Sep 2020; Published: 20 Oct 2020.
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Tidak ada yang meragukan bahwa IT (Information and Technology) adalah kunci dalam menyambut perubahan 4.0 yang dipandang telah mendisrupsi banyak hal. Namun demikian, tidak banyak unit-unit pemerintahan yang secara cepat beradaptasi dengan situasi baru. Di tengah respon yang cukup kalang-kabut oleh pemerintah, baik di tingkat pusat maupun daerah, Banyuwangi relatif mampu melakukan penyesuaian diri dengan perubahan-perubahan baru yang berlandaskan Internet-of-Thing (IoT). Tentu saja, Banyuwangi tidak sedang menuju untuk menjadi seperti Silicon Valley, Amerika Serikat, yang telah lama dikenal sebagai episentrum bisnis-bisnis IT global. Banyuwangi masih sebatas gesit dalam memanfaatkan keterbukaan akses dan informasi untuk masuk ke dalam alur bisnis berbasis IT yang semakin ekspansif. Dampak dari kecepatan penyesuaian diri tersebut telah berhasil mengubah banyak hal menjadi lebih baik di masyarakat, baik secara ekonomi, pelayanan publik, maupun pendidikan. Hasil penelitian penulisselama tahun 2019 menunjukkan bahwa inovasi IT oleh Pemerintah Kabupaten Banyuwangi menjadi jantung bagi perubahan banyak aspek kehidupan di sana. Inovasi ini kemudian merangsang lahirnya inovasi baru di banyak hal lainnya

Keywords: informasi dan teknologi; inovasi; tata kelola pemerintahan

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