Online ISSN: 2520-4521 |
Print ISSN: 2522-6606
PROCUREMENT MANAGEMENT PRACTICES AND PROCUREMENT PERFORMANCE OF GOVERNMENT MINISTRIES IN KENYA
Authors: Jackson Moi Magembe*, Edward Mumia Musotsi, Ann Wangari Mwangi, Vivienn Eve Aloo Odhiambo, Bundi Geoffrey Muku, Peterson Obara Magutu, Josephine Wanza Mutunga
Purpose: The study aimed at establishing procurement management practices and performance at Government ministries in Kenya. It was specifically aimed at establishing how customer relationship management, inventory management; information sharing, information communication technology, supplier relationship management and contract management practices affect performance of Government ministers in Kenya.Design/Research method: The study used case study research design in its methodology. The study was guided by Resource based view Theory and strategic choice theory. Data was collected using structured questionnaires. Procurement managers and the equivalent were the targeted population from the 22 staff in various government ministries in Kenya. Finding: The study findings indicated that procurement management practices have a positive impact on performance in government ministries in Kenya. Limitation: The major limitation of the study is that it was based on government ministries only. Implication: Other future academicians should research on procurement management practices in other firms rather than government ministries in Kenya.