National Public Procurement and Asset Disposal Policy 2020
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ByThe National Treasury and Planning
Public Procurement; Good Governance; Asset Disposal; Procurement Planning; Inventory Control
Affiliated Ministerial DocketMinistry of National Treasury and Planning
PublisherThe National Treasury and Planning
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Njiraini, Peter; Moyi, Eliud (The Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis (KIPPRA), 2006)Whereas market access remains a major growth factor, most MSEs in Kenya face formidable market-related constraints. Although the public procurement market is huge, estimated at 9.07 percent of GDP (or Ksh 71 billion), it ...
Discussion Paper No. 62 of 2006 on Public Sector Procurement in Kenya: The Need for a Coherent Policy Framework Owegi, Fred; Aligula, Eric (The Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis, 2006)Persistent controversies in Kenya's public procurement and the resultant negative impacts on efficient public service delivery can be explained, in part, by weak enforcement of the existing legislation. A coherent public ...
The National Treasury and Planning (The National Treasury and Planning, 2019)The Public Procurement and Asset Disposal System in Kenya has evolved from a system which had no regulations to a legally regulated procurement and asset disposal system in line with International Standards. The Government ...