Selection Government Food Programs using Analytical Hierarchy Process
Ibnu Harsudiyono1, Indra Ranggadara2, Nia Rahma Kurnianda3, Suhendra4
1Ibnu Harsudiyono, faculty of computer science, Mercubuana University, Jakarta Barat, Indonesia, 11650.
2Indra Ranggadara, faculty of computer science, Mercubuana University, Jakarta Barat, Indonesia, 11650.
3Nia Rahma Kurnianda, faculty of computer science, Mercubuana University, Jakarta Barat, Indonesia, 11650.
4Suhendra, faculty of computer science, Mercubuana University, Jakarta Barat, Indonesia, 11650.
Manuscript received on 03 August 2019. | Revised Manuscript received on 08 August 2019. | Manuscript published on 30 September 2019. | PP: 8459-8464 | Volume-8 Issue-3 September 2019 | Retrieval Number: C6525098319/2019©BEIESP | DOI: 10.35940/ijrte.C6525.098319
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Abstract: Population growth is phenomenon in every country, it is directly proportional to the level of food consumption. Indonesia is ranked 4th as the country with the largest population. With the management of a good food security system, expected to meet the food needs of the community, both in quality and nutrition. The Jakarta provincial government, in this case makes a cheap food program that is subsidized so that it can be reached mainly by people with low income. but in the distribution process, there is still quite a lot of food that is not appropriate, so it becomes a problem raised by the author. by using the Analytcal Hierarchy Proccess method, the application of the AHP method in categorizing food feasibility is expected to help officers in sorting appropriate food consumption properly, effectively and efficiently. This study indicates the most priority freshness criteria in choosing appropriate food with a weight value of 0.409, in follow naturally with a weight value of 0.264, while the third and fourth criteria that affect the taste with a value of 0.187 and a good product with a weight value of 0.141.
Keywords: AHP, Appropriate Food, Distribution, Product Quality, Subsidies.
Scope of the Article: Quality Assurance Process, Standards, and Systems