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|Title:||Assessment of shortages of funds on effective budget implementation of an organization the case study of: Tanzania Food and Drugs Authority (TFDA) Headquarters, Dares Salaam|
|Authors:||Samuel N, Wamugi|
|Publisher:||Kampala International University, Faculty of Economics and Management Sciences|
|Abstract:||This research was carried out to assess the shortages of funds on effective budget implementation of an organization. The research was carried out in Tanzania food and drug authority Dar es Salaam headquarters The objectives of the study include the following: to establish the relationship between shortages of funds and effective budget implementation of an organization, to find out what types of funds are available for budgeting of an organization and to examine the effects of shortages of funds on effective budget implementation of an organization. The methodology used include, the information generated from the field and secondary sources of data like the journals. Theories in available literature and also empirical literature were critically reviewed and findings revealed that availability of funds has a great impact on effective budget implementation of an organization. The implication is that when good budget are prepared and enough funds are timely released as per approved budget, all activities in and targets will be accomplished in an organization and resulting in effective budget implementation. : Recommendations that emerged from the findings include among others; the need for education o the budget implementers so that a concise interpretation of the activities to be carried out is Achieved and efficient use of resources is effected hence reducing the problem of shortages of funds resulting from uneconomic use of resources and purchasing goods and services without considering the value for money.|
|Description:||A Report Submitted to the Faculty of Economics and Management Sciences in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Award of the Bachelors of Business Administration Degree of Kampala International University.|
|Appears in Collections:||Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)|
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