THE MODERATING EFFECT OF ORGANISATIONAL COMMITMENT ON END-USER TRAINING, AND RE-ENGINEERING PROCESS AS PROCUREMENT FRAUD PREVENTION
Keywords:Organizational Commitment, End-user Training, Re-engineering Process, Fraud Prevention
Purpose: This study determines the moderating effect of organizational commitment on end-user training, and the re-engineering process as means to prevent the fraud risks, in the context of e-procurement.
Design/methodology/approach: We conducted a survey in the regional government in Blitar Regency, using purposive sampling as its technique.
Findings: The study suggests that an organizational commitment was able to moderate the relationships between the end-user training and the re-engineering e-procurement and fraud prevention.
Originality: This study considers the importance of points grounded in the idea of organizational commitment as underpinning stands for conceptualising the end-user training, and the re-engineering process as means to prevent the fraud risks.
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