The impact of outsourcing to the performance of State Corporation: A case study of Kemsa (K).

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Kampala International University, College of Economics and Management Sciences .
The study sought to establish the relationship between outsourcing and the performance of state corporation a case study of Kenya Medical Supplies Agency. The objectives of the study include: to establish the impact of outsourcing, to establish the bottlenecks in outsourcing and finally to suggest mitigation measures to bottlenecks in outsourcing. The purpose of the research was to establish the impact of outsourcing to the performance of state corporations since many organizations had not achieved the desired benefits from outsourcing. The study is divided into five chapters. In which case chapter one provides the background of the study and the case study, provides the statement of the problem, objectives of the study, the purpose and significance of the study and finally a conceptual framework which defined the topic of research through the explanation of the variables within the topic. Chapter two provides a review of literature according to different authors who had previously written about the topic under study. Chapter three is composed of the methodologies. In the process of data collection, the researcher used instruments such as self administered questionnaires and interviewing for primary data and extensive library research which data was analyzed and presented in form of tables, essay, percentage distribution as well as pie charts. Chapter four and five are the last in the study and provides the presentation of and analysis of data together with the discussion of the results and finally the summary, conclusions and recommendations to the management based on the study results and conclusions
A research report submitted to Kampala International University in Partial Fulfillment for the Award of Bachelors of Supply and Procurement of Kampala International University.
State Corporation, Impact, Outsourcing, Performance