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To achieve the optimal performance of the administrator position is strongly influenced by various factors, including influenced by the placement and recruitment of administrator leaders through open selection. This study aims to determine the performance of the administrator's position in terms of leadership behavior, organizational culture and selection of open staff in staffing institutions in the Regional Government of South Tangerang City. The method used was a survey with a correlational study involving 60 samples. There are four instruments used to measure the performance of administrator positions, leadership behavior, organizational culture, and open selection of administrator leaders. Data has been analyzed by two-way ANOVA. The results show that there are positive and significant correlations between these variables, even though they are controlled by second-order correlations, still significant among them. Therefore, it can be concluded that if the performance of the administrator position will be improved, the behavior of the leader, organizational culture, and employee open selection must be considered.