Public procurement and disposal of public assets act of 2003 and performance of national water and Sewerage Corporation in Kampala, Uganda

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Kampala international international, College of Economics and Management
The study aimed at the effectiveness of PPDA Act 2003 implementation, examining the level of procurement performance, establishing the level of organization performance in NWSC after the implementation of the PPDA Act 2003 and examining the relationship between the two variables. A study population 100 NWSC staff were considered which included Division Heads, Senior Managers, Managers, Principal Officers, and Senior Officers of National Water and Sewerage Corporation Head Office plus Kampala Water, in Industrial area. The sample size of 80 was determined based on Kreijcie and Morgan (1970) table. Self-administered questionnaires were used to collect responses and measurements were done, subjected to rigorous data processing and analysis using Statistical Package for Social Scientists (SPSS). In the results, the respondents revealed that before the implementation of the PPDA Act 2003; there was some transparency, value for money, integrity but with the challenge of not following procurement procedures. There was a positive I moderate and significant relationship between the implementation of the PPDA Act 2003 on the NWSC performance.
A thesis submitted to Kampala International University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of Master of Business Administration (Procurement & Supplies) Degree
Procurement and Supply, Public procurement, Disposal of public assets, Act of 2003, Performance, National water and Sewerage Corporation in Kampala