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The aim of this study was to analyze challenges affecting procurement processes for Parastatal Organizations, the case of PPF Pension Funds.
The objective of the study was to investigate factors affecting procurement processes for Parastatal Organizations with specific focus to PPF Pension Funds Head Quarters' in Samora/Morogoro Road, Ilala District in Dar es Salaam.
The cross-sectional survey study was conducted whereby data were obtained through questionnaires administered to 45 respondents and involved a sample size of 50%.
The study focused on PMU senior offices, junior officers and other supportive staffs/End user for the department.
Data on various social demographic and work related characteristics were collected and analyzed.
Data were analyzed in two ways, one using content analysis from qualitative information, which were given by participants and the other way by quantitative analysis for quantitative data such as age, sex and employment duration in years.
Factors, which were found to be directly affecting procurement process were lack of knowledge in ICT use against E-procurement (79%), lack of record keeping (64%) and lack of regular training on proocurement (72%).
SEBASTIAN SIMON IVAMBI --- CURRENT POSITION: Senior Property Management Officer at Unit Trust of Tanzania Projects and Infrastructures Development (UTT – PID Plc), Tanzania.EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND:The Open University of Tanzania [OUT]Master of Project Management [MPM] .B-Tech Tshwane University, South Africa
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