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A Decade of Operationalizing Ghana’s Public Procurement Law: Suppliers’ Perspective (Published)

This paper evaluated the perceptions of Ghanaian suppliers on key procurement principles, after a decade of operationalizing Ghana’s Public Procurement Law. A One-way ANOVA, complimented by a Turkey-b test for homogeneity of means was applied; with sample size of 204 registered suppliers drawn from eight out of the ten regions of Ghana. The results indicated that suppliers had negative perceptions on the principles of; transparency, ethics and professionalism, efficiency and effectiveness. They had moderately positive perceptions for fairness.

Keywords: Efficiency & Effectiveness, Ethics & Professionalism, Fairness, Ghana, Public Procurement Law, Transparency