This research focuses on the identification of perceived value by the client
inherent in the project management attributes in terms of its benefits and the
remuneration to be determined through a policy framework to regulate the recognition by the government of new procurement methods that are cost
effective, accelerate project implementation and outsourcing of specialist skills to
assist government departments to implement public projects in the construction
This study analyses and identifies that customer-perceived value provides
guidelines for the principles necessary to formulate a policy framework for
regulating the project management profession in construction in Bostwana to
achieve successful implementation of projects.
The importance of this study is in establishing these
principles in line with the policy framework used in South Africa in
order to adhere to best practice acceptable internationally as supported by the
provisions in the “Act 10 of 2001 Public Procurement and Asset Disposal”, by
relating these to the guidelines identified in the customer-perceived value
Thesis (MSc) (Project Management)--University of Pretoria 2004.