THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LOCAL REVENUE PLANNING AND SERVICE DELIVERY IN MITYANA MUNICIPAL COUNCIL, CENTRAL UGANDA. A DESCRIPTIVE, CORRELATIONAL, AND CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDY.
Keywords:Revenue Planning, Local, Service Delivery, Mityana Municipal Council, Central Uganda
This study aims to document the relationship between local revenue planning and service delivery in Mityana Municipal Council, Central Uganda. Local government revenue planning entails projecting local revenue and determining how it is received and allocated to deliver services to citizens efficiently. With efficiency in planning and assessment of resources within local government, planned resources would significantly contribute to local council service delivery in developing countries such as Uganda. Mityana, the municipality has a wide range of local revenue management systems including e-logrev and E-las systems.
The study used a descriptive, correlational, and cross-sectional research design. Further, it adopted both quantitative and qualitative research approaches hence a mixed research.
The study documents the relationship between planning and service delivery in local government in Mityana Municipal Council, Central Uganda at 71.2% which is above average. 71.2% was obtained from the respondents who agreed with the statement that there is a relationship between local revenue planning and service delivery in local government.
The rate at which planning and service delivery in local government in Mityana Municipal Council relates is high above the average.
Information about the cost of local revenue collection should not be confidential.
The responsible people working in the municipal offices should not fear disclosing any information regarding service delivery to the people within the municipality.
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