The Main Duties and Functions of the Ombudsman of the Republic of Indonesia Study on Implementation of Policy Recommendation Number: 0001/REK/0834.2016/V/2018 Authors Devie Seem Rony Siwij University of Merdeka Malang, Indonesia I Made Weni University of Merdeka Malang Indonesia Tommy Hariyanto University of Merdeka Malang Indonesia DOI: https://doi.org/10.47505/IJRSS.2021.9213 Keywords: The Main Duties and Functions, Ombudsman, Policy Implementation Abstract This research aims to describe and analyze the implementation of the main tasks and functions of the Indonesian Ombudsman based on Recommendation Number: 0001/REK/0834.2016/V/2018 and to describe and analyze the factors that hinder the implementation of the main tasks and functions of the Indonesian Ombudsman based on Recommendation Number: 0001/REK/0834.2016/ V/2018. Analysis techniquedata processing procedures and techniques include selecting and compiling data classification, editing data to build data analysis performance, confirming data that requires data verification and data deepening, and conducting data analysis in accordance with the construction of the discussion of research results. It is concluded that the main tasks and functions of the Indonesian Ombudsman in Recommendation Number: 0001/REK/0834.2016/V/2018 concerning maladministration of equalization of doctoral degrees abroad and promotion of professorship by the Ministry of National Education in 2010, have been carried out in stages based on the provisions of the applicable laws and regulations, both receipt of reports, examination and formulating the results of the examination. The existence of legal support in the stages mentioned above, which are Legally Binding, has made it easier for all parties to fulfill the process carried out by the Indonesian Ombudsman in resolving the maladministration in question. Because it expressly states that the Ombudsman of the Republic of Indonesia in the context of the examination can forcibly summon the parties reported under Article 31 of Law Number 37 of 2008. There are two factors that hinder the implementation of the main tasks and functions of the Ombudsman of the Republic of Indonesia in the implementation of Recommendation Number: 0001 /REK/0834.2016/V/2018 Based on Law Number 37 of 2008. These factors are internal factors of the Indonesian Ombudsman, namely the contents of the Law which regulates the main duties and functions and authorities of this institution and external factors, namely the interests of the parties concerned. reported. References Augustino, Leo. 2008. 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