QUALITY OF REGIONAL MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM IN BADUNG DISTRICT
In the current era of automation, the quality of the Regional Management Information System (SIMDA) is expected to produce quality information within the Local Government of Badung Regency. The purpose of this study was to obtain empirical evidence of the influence of the quality of the Regional Management Information System (SIMDA) in the Regional Apparatus Organization (OPD) of Badung Regency on the Quality of Information. At the same time, this study's specific objective is to obtain empirical evidence about the ability of User Satisfaction and Usability Perception to moderate the influence of the Quality of Regional Management Information Systems (SIMDA) in the Regional Apparatus Organization of Badung Regency on Information Quality. The number of respondents from 38 OPDs in Badung Regency is 135 people consisting of the Head of the Finance Subdivision, the Revenue Treasurer, the Shopping Treasurer, and the SIMDA Operators. The analysis tool uses simple regression techniques and Moderated Regression Analysis (MRA). This study concludes that the quality of SIMDA has a positive effect on the quality of information. User satisfaction significantly weakens the effect of SIMDA quality on information quality, while perceived usefulness significantly strengthens the effect of SIMDA quality on information quality.