- Volume 19 Issue 1
A Study on the Satisfaction Level of Local Government Public Service
Assessing local government performance has become a crucial issue in recent years. This paper addresses the satisfaction level of local government public service, which is defined as a degree of the results or the impacts of the local government public service delivery on the citizen's needs, demands and expectations. The satisfaction level of local government public service can improve decisions made by local government managers, and enhance accountability of local government to the citizens they serve. This study focuses especially on the various aspects of administrative systems in a local government and developed a systematic survey for their performance. Explanations for the evaluation items and the analysis of survey are discussed throughout the paper.