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Title: Procurement Process and the Upgrading Of the Sinay Market Project in Mogadishu Somalia
Authors: Abdifatah Yusuf, Mohamed
Keywords: Procurement Process
Upgrading Of the Sinay Market Project
Issue Date: Jun-2018
Publisher: Kampala International University, masters degree of project planning and management
Abstract: The study focused on the procurement process and the upgrading of the Sinay Market Project in Mogadishu Somalia. The objectives of the study were; to establish procurement procedures in upgrading of Sinay Market Project in Mogadishu Somalia, to identify factors determining the upgrading of Sinay Market Project in Mogadishu Somalia and to analyze effects of procurement process on the upgrading of Sinay Market Project in Mogadishu Somalia. The study adopted a descriptive survey design, which employed quantitative approach to examine procurement process and the upgrading of Sinay Market Project in Mogadishu Somalia. A survey was carried out and participatory methods were engaged with the use of documentary analysis, questionnaires and interview schedules. The sample size of 375 respondents and were derived from the target population of 15,000 respondents based on sample table developed by Krejcie and Morgan (1970). The study employed the survey method as a way of collecting data, which involved the use of self-administered questionnaires. The data in this study was collected using a self-administered questionnaire specifically developed for the same. Personal interviews were used to collect data from the key informants. This was conducted to the specialist persons with information on the variables. The study findings revealed that overall mean of effects of procurement process on upgrading of Sinay Market Project in Mogadishu Somalia had a value of 2.80 and was therefore interpreted has agreed basing on answers from the respondents. The study concludes that there were various procurement procedures in upgrading of Sinay Market Project in Mogadishu Somalia. This meant that project failures or a success was as a result of the limited procurement procedures used or underutilization of the available procedures. The study recommended that that planning for the purchases of materials should begin in the concept development phase and consider best value in relation to business strategy and total cost of ownership therefore there should be price negotiation to help on evaluation, validation and negotiation of transaction terms assist clients in determining a transaction price to maximize their wealth, which claims to be the most crucial aspect of this transaction and also there should be subjective considerations that can have important impact on perceptions of project success.
Description: A Thesis Report Submitted To The College Of Humanities And Social Sciences In Partial Fulfillment For The Requirements Of The Award Of The Master Of Arts Degree In Project Planning And Management
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12306/6635
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