Nice Njeri, Dr. Anastacia Musembi


This study sought to examine the determinants affecting implementation of information communication technology projects among commercial state corporations in Nairobi County. Specifically, the study sought to assess the effect of the project financial resources on implementation of ICT projects among commercial state corporations in Nairobi County, to establish the effect of project stakeholder involvement on implementation of ICT projects among commercial state corporations in Nairobi County. This study employed a descriptive research design. The target population was 518 management employees working in thirty-seven (37) commercial state corporations in Nairobi County. The study used stratified random sampling technique. The sample size was 227 respondents. The primary data was obtained by means of a self-administered questionnaire by the respondent. Data analysis was done through use of both inferential and descriptive statistics. Descriptive statistics such as frequency distributions and percentages was used to summarize basic features of the data in the study. The Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) version 25 was used to perform the analysis of quantitative data. SPSS version 25 has got descriptive statistics features that assist in variable response comparison, gives clear indication of response frequencies, it is user friendly and is more stable. The study results were presented through use of tables and figures. The study concludes that project financial resources has a positive and significant influence on implementation of ICT projects among commercial state corporations in Nairobi County. In addition, the study concludes that project stakeholder involvement has a positive and significant influence on implementation of ICT projects among commercial state corporations in Nairobi County. Based on the study findings, this study recommends the following; the management of commercial state corporations in Nairobi County Kenya should ensure proper budgeting and funding of ICT projects to facilitate implementation of these projects. The management should also ensure funds for ICT implementation are disbursed on time.

Key Words: ICT projects, Project financial resources, Commercial state corporations, Project stakeholder involvement

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