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The role of purchasing department in enhancing organizational productivity – a case study of Federal Medical Center, Bida

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Abstract
The main purpose of the study was to investigate the role of purchasing department on organizational productivity a case study federal medical center Bida .the study was guided by the following variables: inventory control, Purchasing systems costs and material management. In this study, the researcher used descriptive research design, which is undertaken in order to ascertain and be able to describe the characteristics of the variables of interest in a situation. The targeted population in the study was 50 employees of federal medical center bida which was sampled through simple and stratified random sampling designs. Questionnaire was used as a way of collecting primary data. Data coding was done by assigning numbers to questions so that responses could be put into a limited number of categories. The coded data were entered into the computer using Microsoft excel and analyzed by the use of descriptive statistics which included tables, graphs, and percentages. Based on the study findings it was concluded that inventory control affects the productivity of the organization does not experience stock out. Further, it was concluded that the organization has a well-structured inventory management control system. Concerning cost, all the respondents were of the common idea that centralized purchasing reduces cost in their organization and it affects cost moderately. It was found out that the purchasing department highly affects materials management. The study recommended that the organizations should adopt an inventory keeping method that best suits their operation also they should always ensure that there is a long-term, sustainable improvement in materials planning and purchasing to avoid stock-outs. ...
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