Esteeming the Neck and Neck for Compliance of Public Procurement Policy in the Public Institutions in Ghana

Abstract

Procurement policies are rules and regulations for governing procurement procedures in public organization. The study adopted purposive sampling method in selecting the respondents from whom data was collected. A total number of Sixty-five (65) questionnaires were administered. From the study, it was revealed that there should be some level of compliance with respect to professionalism, transparency, efficiency and value for money, competitiveness and accountability, ethics and compliance with regulatory framework. It was also revealed that there are weaknesses in public procurement system. The study therefore recommended that Procurement Units in the various institutions should make sure that tender evaluation be conducted by competent persons in order to make informed decisions.

Keywords: Efficiency, Level of Compliance, Public Procurement Policies


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Pages: 54-75 (Download PDF)

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