Effect of Procurement Practices on Performances of Public Organizations (The Case of Essera Woreda in Dawro Zone South West Ethiopia)

Shimelis Begashaw Zemedagegnehu


The main objective of the study was to explain the effect of public procurement practices on performances of the organization. Procurement practices on such as procurement planning, procurement method, procurement transparency, competency of procuring staff, and contract management are independent variables in the study and the performance of the organization was dependent variable. The study used explanatory research design. The sampling technique used both probability and non-probability. The total target population of the study was 410.Among the total population 203 were scientifically selected as sample size. The data sources used in the study was primary data source. Primary data source used for data collection was questionnaires. Data were analysed by inferential statistical method. The study achieved 96% response rate since 195 questionnaires were filled and returned out of 203 questioners distributed. Statistical package for social science (SPSS 21 version) software used to data entry. Inferential analysis used was Pearson correlation and multiple linear regression model. The findings of the study showed that procurement planning, procurement methods, procurement transparency, staff competency and contract management had significance effect on the performances of the organizations. Finally, the researcher recommended that public organizations should efficiently manage procurement practices to achieve effectively.

Keywords: public procurement, procurement planning, contract management, procurement methods

DOI: 10.7176/RJFA/11-19-05

Publication date:October 31st 2020

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