The book presents the challenges facing a delivery of a financial management systems in rural based Public Universities in Western Kenya. The impact of organization structure is examined in the context of information system implementation. Information Communication Infrastructure as a critical component of financial management system performance is explained. Propensity to change is explored in relation to policy, procedural and attitudinal changes in the face of new technological approaches. The book is therefore designed to help shape Government policy decisions, and assist policy makers such as chief executives. Specifically, it addresses the needs of finance managers, Accountants and Informational Communication professionals. Enterprise Resource planning Consultants will find the book invaluable. Also, students taking Management Information System courses will find the book extremely useful.