EVALUASI STRATEGI DINAS PERIKANAN KABUPATEN BINTAN DALAM PENGEMBANGAN POTENSI SUMBERDAYA PESISIR DAN KELAUTAN DI KECAMATAN GUNUNG KIJANG
The development of coastal and marine resources certainly cannot be separated from the problems that then hinder the development process. Referring to the Strategic Plan of the Bintan Regency Fisheries Service 2016-2021, Gunung Kijang District which is one of the Regional Marine Conservation Areas and has the potential of abundant coastal and marine resources still has various problems in implementing the strategy. This study aims to evaluate the strategy of the Bintan Regency Fisheries Service in developing the potential of coastal and marine resources in Gunung Kijang District. This study uses a qualitative approach with a descriptive type of research. Data collection techniques used are observation, interviews, and documentation. Research results (1) On the standard of consistency, the strategy is made in accordance with the goals and directions of existing policies. However, in its implementation there are still obstacles so that there are still programs that have not been implemented or have not been optimal. (2) On the consonant standard, the strategies, objectives, and policy directions that have been made have been adapted to the existing needs and problems. However, due to limited authority for marine areas, some problems cannot be resolved quickly. (3) In the feasibility standard, the potential development of coastal and marine resources is still not maximized due to the quality of human resources of employees, the mindset of coastal communities, and the lack of fishery facilities and infrastructure. (4) On the standard of excellence, the strategies made can represent the potential advantages that exist and can be carried out in a sustainable manner. The conclusion of the research is that the Implementation of the Strategy for Developing the Potential for Coastal and Marine Resources in Gunung Kijang District has been running in accordance with the strategies, targets, and policy directions that have been made. However, in the implementation process there are still some obstacles, so the results obtained are also not fully optimal.