The problem in this research is the ineffective yet the acceleration of electronic ID card recording. Based on the phenomenon, the researcher suspects that the problem is influenced by policy implementation variables. Based on these problems, the proposed problem is: "How Big is the Effect of Implementation of Local Government Policy on the Effectiveness of Accelerating the Recording of electronic ID card". The analysis of the research problem is done by using the theory of policy implementation of George C. Edwards III in Subarsono (2005: 90), based on the factors of policy implementation through the dimension of Communication, Resources, Executor Attitude and Structure of Bureaucracy. As for the effectiveness, variables used approach theory Mahmudi (2005: 92) adapted from Steers (1985: 53) consists of the achievement of goals, integration, and adaptation. Based on the theoretical approach, the proposed hypothesis is: "The magnitude of the influence of the implementation of local government policy on the effectiveness of accelerating the recording of electronic ID card in District X is determined by the implementation of communication factors, resources, and executor attitude and bureaucracy structure". Methods in this research are explanatory survey method (explanatory survey method) while the source of data collection by using literature study and field study covering: questionnaire, observation, and interview. Sampling technique used is Simple Random Sampling. The data analysis technique used is linear regression analysis. Based on the results of data processing conducted obtained the results of research that shows a positive and significant relationship between the implementation of the policy on the Effectiveness of Acceleration of Electronic ID Card Recording in District X in Bandung. Thus the hypothesis proposed in this study was tested empirically.