Dataset supporting corruption in the procurement of electronic ID cards 2011-2012

Published: 20 November 2020| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/wth6y9w9rr.1
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Supporting data in corruption in the procurement of electronic identity cards for 2011-2012 is data used to understand the mode of corruption that occurred in 2011-2012. Overall data is presented systematically to see the mode of corruption that occurs, from the budget planning stage to the handover stage of work that involves many stakeholders.


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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, the researcher learns about behavior and the meaning atteched to the those behavior". The second data collection uses the interview method which Esterberg (2002) explains that the interview is "a meeting of two persons to exchange information and idea through questions and responses, resulting in communication and joint contruction of meaning about a particular topic". The third, more basic method of data collection is to use document data collection techniques. Documents are records of past events, can be in the form of writings, pictures, or monumental works of a person (Bogdan and Biklen, 2007).