Statutory Institutional Compliance In Assets Disposal Within The Public Sector: Evidence From
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Statutory Institutional Compliance In Assets Disposal Within The Public Sector: Evidence From Ghana
This paper examined the unserviceable assets disposal practices of five (5) Polytechnics in Ghana. The aim was to determine the extent of statutory institutional compliance with Ghana’s Public Procurement Law in the disposal of assets. A survey was conducted using interviewer administered questionnaires containing five point Likert scale test items. Descriptive statistics and a one-way ANOVA were employed to analyze the data. The study showed that a limited number of Polytechnics had internal procurement policies while the portion of the law dealing with disposals of assets was perceived to be difficult to implement and did not promote Value for Money.DownloadViews: 84

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