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Effects of Procurement Planning on Institutional Performance: A Case Study of Mombasa Law Court

Journal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.3, No. 10)

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Page : 2389-2408

Keywords : Procurement; Procurement Planning; Performance; Cost Estimation; Need Assessment; Quality specification;

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For decades procurement planning has been attracting great attention from practitioners, academicians and researchers due to poor performance resulting from non-adherence to proper procurement planning. The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of procurement planning on public institutions performance with focus on Specific objectives, Cost Estimation, Need Assessment and Quality Specifications. Literature suggests that Procurement Planning is one of the primary functions of procurement with a potential to contribute to the success of operations and improved performance. Despite this importance, very limited scientific research has been done to examine the extent to which efforts in procurement planning can contribute to effective public institutions performance. The study was based on the procurement models, PPOA manual, PPDA Act (2005), and PPDR (2006). The study provided a guideline on effective measures to be put in place in Procurement planning to facilitate effective procurement which improves institutional performance

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