Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in Perspective of Public Administration (A Study of Governance)
Achmad Lamo Said
The Implementation of CSR in Indonesia, most of them are not running in accordance with the existing theory because the government and society in CSR activities are not fully authorized to engage in these activities, due to the company directly manages the CSR fund. Thus, the theory of governance put three pillars as a principal provider of public service life, those are, (1) the state, (2) the civil society and (3) the private sector.CSR has to involve all parts or elements which know about CSR, with a focus on (1) Implementation of CSR has to be published and transparent. (2) CSR Fund is administered by a forum / team through a memorandum of understanding facilitated by the government in accordance with its role as mandating, facilitating, partnering, and endorsing. (3) CSR forum / team consists of; government, corporate (private), and society. (4) The form of regional regulation on CSR by reference to Constitution Number 40 of 2007 on the Limited Liability Companies and Government Regulation Number 47 of 2012 on Corporate Social Responsibility so that CSR is considered as one of the important instruments in public administration.
Keywords: Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), Governance, Mandating, Facilitating