Caxton Mwenda Murira, Dr. Yusuf Muchelule


The general objective of the study focused on the influence of Project Management information systems (PMIS) components on the implementation of the NIIMS project in Kenya. The specific objectives of the study were; to investigate the influence of stakeholder engagement on the successful implementation of the NIIMS project in Kenya, to assess the influence of Project fundings on the successful implementation of the NIIMS project in Kenya. The study adopted a descriptive research design. The population of focus in this study comprised the 100 operations, project and ICT managers managing the national integrated identity management system (NIIMS) project in the ministry of interior and coordination of the National government. This study adopted the census sampling technique. The study made use of a well-developed questionnaire for data collection. This study used descriptive statistics in carrying out the analysis of the collected data. The data collected was both qualitative and quantitative. Quantitative data generated from the close-ended questions and Likert Scale questions were coded and entered into Statistical Packages for Social Scientists (SPSS) Version 25.0 and analyzed using descriptive statistics. Multiple regressions were carried out in this study to determine the relationship between the dependent variable and the independent variables. The study findings were presented through the use of tables and figures. The study concludes that stakeholder engagement has a positive and significant effect on the successful implementation of the NIIMS project in Kenya. In addition, the study concludes that project funding has a positive and significant effect on the successful implementation of the NIIMS project in Kenya.



Murira, C. M. &, Muchelule Y. (2022). Project Management Information System Components And Implementation Of The National Integrated Identity Management System Project In Kenya. Social Sciences & Humanities Open, 3(2022), 241-252

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