IJSRP, Volume 11, Issue 9, September 2021 Edition [ISSN 2250-3153]
Fairoozah Basward, Dr. Mary Mugo, and Dr. Gichuhi Kimani
The study was aimed at assessing the extent of correlation between the budgetary process elements of budgetary control and budgetary participation with quality service delivery in public universities in Kenya, focusing on a case study of Multimedia University of Kenya (MMU). A sample of 117 staff members of the institution provided the primary data utilized in the research. The first independent variable targeting of budgetary control was measured by performance indicators, budget analysis, and budget performance reports, while the second independent variable focusing on budgetary participation was measured using staff opinions, suggestions, request, follow ups, and proposals.