Ideal management of social assistance funds as a prevention and mitigation effort corruption
Purpose: The purpose of this study is to determine the ideal legal arrangements for social assistance fund management to prevent corruption, and efforts to prevent and overcome corruption in social assistance funds.
Research Methodology: The method used is normative juridical research using a statutory approach, a conceptual approach, and a sociological juridical approach.
Results: The results showed that the ideal legal arrangement for the management of social assistance funds to prevent corruption is to apply some positive legal principles from John Austin such as being based on clear authorities such as legislative or government institutions, and the law must reflect state sovereignty, set clear rules and must be followed by all parties, Provide a foundation for strong and effective law enforcement, and the law can act as an instrument of control to prevent criminal acts of corruption. Efforts to prevent and overcome corruption of social assistance funds are through the application of Jeremy Bentham's theory of utilitarianism which has the main principle of maximizing overall social welfare or happiness, considering the distribution of benefits fairly, emphasizing transparency and accountability in decision making, and emphasizing transparency and accountability in decision making.