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|Title:||Compliance with the public procurement disposal of public assets act: case study of National Social Security Fund (NSSF) Uganda|
|Publisher:||Kampala International University, College of Economics and Management|
|Abstract:||The study focused on compliance with the procurement procedures and public sector performance. The study was initiated as a result of poor accountability, lack of value for money and poor quality management in the public sector despite the availability of procurement procedures. The researcher used the following objectives to guide the study: to establish the benefits of compliance with the procurement procedures, to identify the factors affecting the compliance with the procurement procedures and to investigate the relationship between compliance with the procurement procedures and public sector performance. The methodology used in this study was literature review because the research derived all findings basing on the existing literature of different scholars. The findings were presented according to the objectives stated above. Key findings were that benefits of compliance with the procurement procedures are: cost reductions, quality management, quality purchase, fulfillment of purchasing objectives and factors affecting compliance with the procurement procedures are political influence, lack of professionalism, lack of ethical codes of conduct, and the complexity of the procurement procedures. The study established that there is a positive relationship between compliance with procurement procedures and public sector performance. Basing on the findings the researcher suggested the following recommendations: that there is no need to maintain and comply with the procurement procedures in order to yield benefits, Increase the use of e-procurement so as to minimize costs like postage cost to suppliers, minimize corruption and fraud in the public sector by strict adherence to procurement procedures so as to enjoy the benefit that accrue.|
|Description:||A research report submitted to Kampala International University Faculty of Business and Management in partial fulfillment for the Award of a Degree in Supplies and Procurement of Kampala International University|
|Appears in Collections:||Bachelor's Degree in Supply and Procument Management|
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