ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGES STRUCTURE OF REGIONAL LAND CONTROL SERVICES INTO SLEMAN REGIONAL LAND CONTROL OFFICE SLEMAN DISTRICT (STUDY OF SLEMAN LOCAL ACT 08, 2014)
After structuring and streamlining the organizational structure of the Regional Land Control Service (DPPD) Sleman Distric to become the regional land control office (KPPD) of the District of Sleman, there is no more authority for land licensing from the Sleman District Regional Land Control Office. Indicators in the grouping of function of the Sleman Regency Regional Land Control Office are organizational principles, including clear vision and mission, institutionalization of staff functions and line functions as well as a firm, efficient and effective support function, as well as a clear range of control and work procedures, based on Position, Duties, and Function of Regency / City Region Devices. The factors that influence the restructuring of the DPPD into the KPPD are the HR Factor, the lack of HR in the DPPD organization so that the workload and HR are not balanced. Budget factor, although the budget is not the main factor but the enthusiasm of the district government to effectively and efficiently spending on the SKPD Sleman budget. Furthermore, the regional head's will factor is the existence of a local government policy to implement a one-stop integrated service to improve licensing services in the Sleman Regency. Then the central government policy change factor, DPPD licensing service function delegated to BPMPPT Sleman to implement presidential regulations on one-stop integrated services. This central government policy change factor is the main factor influencing the restructuring of the DPPD into the KPPD. In conclusion, the change in the organizational structure of the Regional Land Control Office to the Regional Land Control Office was triggered by the central government's policy to implement a one-stop unified service and requires the Sleman DPPD to delegate the authority for land licensing to the Integrated Investment and Service Agency (BPMPPT) Sleman.