Adoption Of E-procurement Technology In Uganda: Migration From The Manual Public Procurement
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Adoption Of E-procurement Technology In Uganda: Migration From The Manual Public Procurement Systems To The Internet
This study examines the e-procurement practices for adoption, the willingness and readiness to adopt e-procurement and investigates the challenges to the adoption of e-procurement practices in Uganda’s Public Procuring and Disposing Entities-PDE’s. A quantitative and cross sectional survey was conducted using simple random sampling to select respondents from whom data was collected using self-administered questionnaires. The research enhances our understanding of e-procurement systems as the best practice technique in modern e-procurement system, an area which has been given less attention. Practical contributions are discussed.DownloadViews: 297

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