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|Title:||Effects of procurement procedures on accountability in the public institutions of Rwanda: a case study of National University of Rwanda (NUR)|
|Authors:||Ngoga B., Innocent|
|Publisher:||Kampala International University, School of Postgraduate Studies and Research|
|Abstract:||The main objective of our research on procurement procedures applicability in public Institutions case of the National University of Rwanda was to analyze the public procurement system within the aforesaid University by highlighting management of the public funds, characterized by accountability, transparency, equity and economy. We resort to various techniques and methods of research such as the questionnaire, the interviews, documentation and analysis of the files. On the basis of procurement regulation and manual in force, we tried to check the level of application of these tools by the concerned university. We insisted on the respect of times for various operations which intervene throughout procurement process, the choice of procurement method to be used and procurement record keeping. The results of our research revealed some weaknesses and we used them to direct our recommendations in order to streamline the public procurement system. These recommendations concem public institutions, national university of Rwanda and its intemal tender commission, the RPPA the govemment as well as the private sector.We would like to extend our research on the other official institutions and to the decentralized entities. This will enable us to see how laws, rules and other guides related to the public procurement are applied, in order to suggest appropriate measures. Other important point shall be related to bid evaluation because the methods and criteria used in evaluating bids are not the same in all procurement services.|
|Description:||A thesis submitted to the School of Postgraduate Studies and Research in partial fulfillment of requirements for the Award of Master of Arts in Project Planning and Management of Kampala International University|
|Appears in Collections:||Masters of Arts in Project Planning and Management|
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