Supporting Dataset for Corruption Cases in The Procurement of Electronic Identity Cards for 2011-2012

Published: 23-11-2020| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/7jrx95g5hp.1
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The article consists of ten data files distributed in tabular form and two files in the form of images. The data referred to is invested in the form of : Table 1 Data on corruption cases by mode, Table 2 Data on the addendum for changes in procurement contracts for blank electronic identity cards for 2011-2012, Table 3. Data on work not completed by the consortium for the printing of the Republic of Indonesia, Table 4. Data on the plan for budget use of electronic identity cards for 2011-2012, Table 5. Data list of budget proposals approved by the Minister of Finance of the Republic of Indonesia for the needs of a multi-year contract based on the proposal of the Ministry of Home Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia, Table 6. Matrix of Giving Bribes Scenario, Table 7. Types of issuance of unit mark up price per blank electronic identity card, Table 8 Data for 9 (nine) work packages that are integrated into the electronic identity card project for 2012-2012, Table 9 Fraud data mode in stages and Table 10 Fraud Based on The Perpetrator. Furthermore, data in the form of images consisting of : Figure 1 The auction process scenario aimed at winning the consortium of the Republic of Indonesia Printing and Figure 2 Flow of bribes to the committee and project manager for electronic identity cards 2011-2012. Primary data that is no less interesting, also presented in this article are data from direct interviews with informants obtained from data collection methods using interview techniques


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The data collection method used is through data collection with participant observation techniques to determine essential phenomena. Marshall and Rossman (2016) , explain that “through observation, researcher learn about behavior and the meaning attached to these behaviors”. The Second data collection uses the interview method in which Esterberg (2002) explains that interview is “a meeting of two people to exchange information and ideas through question and responses, so that communication and joint contruction of meaning about a particular topic occurs”. Third, a more basic data collection method is to use document data collection techniques. Documents are records of past events, can be in the form of writings, drawings, or monumental works of person (Bogdan and Biklen, 2007) .