CORRUPTION RISK MANAGEMENT DETERMINATION IN CROSS-SECTORAL PROGRAMS IN DEVELOPMENT OF INFRASTRUCTURE IN INDONESIA
Risk is a factor that has a bad influence and must be handled to achieve work completion that is limited by time, cost and quality. One form of risk that becomes a problem in an organization is the risk of corruption in cross-sector infrastructure development programs. This exploratory descriptive study aims to explain the determinants of Corruption Risk Management in cross-sectoral infrastructure development programs in South Sulawesi, Indonesia. Primary data were obtained from interviews with several parties involved in cross-sectoral infrastructure development programs. Meanwhile, secondary data in this study came from the mass media and documentation of infrastructure development in South Sulawesi. The results of the study found that in the implementation of cross-sectoral programs, infrastructure development in South Sulawesi has implemented Corruption Risk Management, but it is still incidental if a problem occurs and has not been fully implemented in all programs. The implementation, which is still incidental and has not been fully implemented in all cross-sectoral infrastructure development programs, is due to the absence of commitment from top management and also the active involvement of all collaboration participants and the absence of a team or unit tasked with managing risk together in each development program. intersectoral.