Utilization Of E-Residential Card Programs On Development Planning In Dairi Regency

Erlince Ully Artha Tobing, Agus Purwoko, m Rujiman


The main objective of this study is to provide an overview of the importance of identity in supporting the achievement of development planning in Dairi District after the issuance of Law Number 24 of 2013 concerning changes to Law Number 23 of 2006 concerning Population Administration which is very complex in its benefits. Through a single Population Identification Number (NIK), e-residential cards become one of the media used by the government to create a good population database, so that the government can analyze appropriate development planning as stipulated in article 58 paragraphs (4 letter b). The data used is sourced from the Dairi Regency Population and Civil Registration Service. Primary data researchers conducted interviews and observations. The results of the study show that development planning must utilize data sourced from the Population Registration Number which is key in development planning. All Indonesian citizens have population registration numbers and the government can prioritize development plans by looking at the population number.

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