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For many years procurement planning has been encouraging professionals and researchers to pay a special attention due to a number of anomalies and weaknesses reported in procurement audits and forums replicated by poor procurement planning.
The purpose of this research was to assess the factors influencing procurement planning in local government authorities.
Three specific objectives of this study were; to establish the effect of staff competence on procurement planning, to assess the compliance to legal framework governing procurement planning and to assess the effect of budgeting procedures on procurement planning.
The study involved a sample of 80 staff who were issued questionnaires.
The diagnostic model used to this study was descriptive in nature as well as multiple linear regression analysis was used to establish the relationships between the variables.
Study findings revealed that, budgeting procedures contributed most and ranked first by 1.019 to the procurement planning second was staff competence influencing by 0.938 and third was compliance with legal framework governing procurement planning by 0.925.
Christopher Msigwa - Masters Degree of Project Management of the Open University of Tanzania.
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