This research work comprised of five chapters. The first chapter is an introduction on the background to the study, statement of the problems etc. One of the problems many organization is facing is how to maximize the usage of it’s resources. Government establishments in Nigeria are known avenues that cause likages in government resources. This work is therefore geared towards identifying the adequacy of resources for orderliness in payment procedure, the efficiency and effectiveness of the payment procedures, the relationship between the problems in the payment procedure, the resources available and the effectiveness of the remedial actions already taken to restore normalcy.
Data shall be collected through primary source, the respondents are to be the senior and junior staff of ministry of finance Enugu. The data are to be collected through questionnaires as to resources availability remedial actions on the ground etc.
T-test technique shall be used to test the data collected, which will as show whether the resources were inadequate to encourage orderliness, that the payment procedure is inadequate for proper operation, etc.
The last chapter shall discuss the analysis, make findings, conclude by making recommendations to remedy the problems.
TABLE OF CONTENT
Table of content
1.1Definition of terms
1.2Background to the study
1.3Statement of problems
1.4Purpose of study
1.5Scope of the study
1.8Significance of the study
2.0Review of related literature
2.2Structure of payment procedure in ministry of finance
2.6Payment units and procedure
2.7Wages treatment and overhead payment vouchers
2.8Review and audit of the accounts
2.10Control checks within the payment system
3.0Research methodology and design
3.2Area of study
3.3Population of the study
3.4Sample and sampling procedure
3.6Validation of research instrument
3.7Reliability of research instrument
3.8Method of data collection
3.9Method of data analysis
4.0Data presentation and results
4.3Test of hypothesis
5.0Discussion, findings, conclusion and recommendations
5.1Discussion of results
5.3Implication of the results
5.5Suggestions for further studies
5.6Limitation to the study