Designing for inter-organizational coordination in Indonesia’s maritime domain
Tandiarrang, Frans Joni
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Indonesia has major agencies in its maritime domain responsible for law enforcement at sea and the management of resources and port authorities. However, there is little coordination among these maritime stakeholders. Indeed, Indonesia Maritime Security Coordinating Board (IMSCB), charged with coordinating policy and operations, is facing major challenges. The goal of this study is to identify alternative structural designs for the maritime domain and to recommend a design that has the potential to improve coordination and integration of all governmental and non-governmental bodies within this domain.
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