THE REVIEW OF CHALLENGES AND PROSPECT OF PUBLIC PROCUREMENT ACT 2007 IN THE EXECUTION OF CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS IN NIGERIA

ABSTRACT
In the public procurement system in Nigeria has over the years been abused leading to cost inflation, delay in project delivery, poor quality of work, and project abandonment. The aim of this study is to examine the impact of the due process policy on construction projects delivery in Nigeria. Data were collected using a structured questionnaire distributed to 52 random selections of constructing, consulting and public organizations operating in Lagos Nigeria. Data were analysed using descriptive statistics. The result shows that due process policy has a very positive impact in Niger’s procurement terrain. Adherence to due process proceedings had highest impact on cost savings, prequalification of contractors and detailed project design, quality of project delivery, and project duration. The study serve as a feedback to the construction stakeholders in Nigeria and contains useable information for optimizing the existing due process mechanism to enhance not only probity, accountability, transparency and competition in public contract awards, but also the policy’s resultant effects on quality of executed projects, delivery-on-budget and time considerations. 


TABLE OF CONTENTS
Title page
Abstract
Table of contents
CHAPTER ONE
1.0     Introduction
1.1     Background to the study
1.2     Statement of problem
1.3     Research question
1.4     Purpose of study
1.5     Significance of the study
1.6     Scope of the study
1.7     Definition of terms

CHAPTER TWO
2.0     Review of Related Literature
2.1     The concept of cash flow

CHAPTER THREE
3.0   Research methodology
3.1   Research design
3.2   Description of population
3.3   Method of data collection
3.4   Sample  size
3.5   instrument for Data collection
3.6   Validation of the instrument
3.7   Distribution and Retrieval
3.8   Method of Data analysis

CHAPTER  FOUR
Presentation of data and Analysis

CHAPTER 5
5.0   Discussion of findings, conclusion and
5.1   Summary of findings
5.2   Conclusion
5.3   Recommendation
5.4   Limitation of the study
5.5   Suggestion for further research
        References
        Appendix

        Questionnaire 


CHAPTER ONE
1.0      INTRODUCTION
BRIEF HISTORY OF THE STUDY
Project success is basically to gain the research on public procurement act in the execution project Shash(1993) explains that a  construction company can either negotiate with the client or use a competitive tendering process to obtain a contract. F.U. and Drew (2002) suggest that competitive tendering is the most common method use for contractor selection.
In competitive tendering process, a client selects a numbers of constructor to tender or not tender. The contractor need to submit an estimated cost to execute the project at hand, if they intend to tender. The client would select the contractor who submitted the best cost for executing the project (Shash 1993, P. 111). Therefore the decision to tender is the first step that contractors need to consider. The are various factors that need to be considered by the contractor in order to make a decision to tender. The decision is highly related to the specific project and macro environment. It is hard to make a decision in a limited time by the management team. The decision generally is made on the basic experience, intuition and guesses. (Egemen and Mohamed 2007, therefore are many researchers that have discovered the factors that affect the tender / no tender process unfortunately, there has not been any similar research project global economic recession, construction related activities are decreased significantly.
1.2   STATEMENT OF THE STUDY
        The statement of the study are the research design and procurement effect of tendering is a huge challenge in Act for most contractors who seek government contracts in Nigeria. A study conducted by Obuji (2003) in some West African countries, including Nigeria, revealed that some small scale contractor are not favoured during a tendering process by prospective client because, they neglect various factor that affect the success and failures of submitting a tender for a contract. Some contractors do not structure and draft their tenders in an appropriate manner, hence their chance of being contacted is reduced. Construction industry has complexity in its nature because it contains large number of parties as client contractor, consultants, stakeholders, shareholder....

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