Outsourcing of non-core supply chain functions by ministry of roads’ authorities in Kenya
Lolkidianye, Richard K
MetadataShow full item record
The aim of this study was to benefits of outsourcing non-core supply chain functions by ministry of road’s authorities in Kenya. The study had two objectives to achieve: To identify benefits of outsourcing non-core supply chain activities in the MOR’s Road construction Authorities, Kenya and to determine the extent of outsourcing non-core supply chain activities in the MOR’s Road construction Authorities. The researcher adopted a descriptive survey of the Ministry of Roads Authorities. Data was collected from 19 Engineers of relevant departments. The data was analyzed using frequencies and tables as well as descriptive statistics and presented in tables. The study concluded that Outsourcing is prevalent among the MOR Authorities. Among the activities outsourced include: construction; material testing; security services; design services, web design among others.