Credenciamento de máquinas, equipamentos, sistemas e componentes (Portuguese) (Accreditation Of Computerized Suppliers)
(Handbook on the Minimum Acquisition Requirements for Manufactured Products and National Services - Urban Mobility Components of the Growth Acceleration Program.)
This handbook gathers the different guidelines established for the application and correct interpretation of those legal documents that refer to the minimum acquisition requirements of nationally manufactured products and national services under PAC.
This Decree requires that the bidding documents and contracts used to carry out the urban mobility components included in the Growth Acceleration Program (PAC) should provide for the mandatory purchase of domestic manufactured goods and national services according to the following criteria. For example:
This document is the revised version of the 2011 Preferential Procurement Regulations which aims to not only cover women, black people, people with disabilities, but also give a major emphasis to small and medium enterprises. Some aspects of this Act include:
This Act was passed to provide development of all sectors of the economy through the incorporation of local content in their productive activities. The Act establishes several aspects of the local content inclusion process such as the Sierra Leone Local Content (SLC) Agency. It also creates a fund to support suppliers, exporters and importers; details provisions for employment and training of citizens; generates a SLC certification, scorecard, and a performance report; and establishes several rules for tendering processes.
This policy was issued in order to boost the economy by leveraging the power of the local industries and Sierra Leone citizens through their participation in the economy. For example, it indicates that:
Under this Act tenderers who are either Tanzanian citizens or Tanzanian firms that form associations with foreign firms in a Bidding Process, are eligible to be granted a margin of preference if they meet the criteria set out under the Public Procurement Act 2011 and are registered with the PPRA or any other statutory body acceptable to PPRA.
Jamaican public procurement policy establishes economic development as a principle that guides the contracting process, and recognizes the benefit of encouraging micro, small and medium enterprises (Section 5.1(i)).
This page shows the different pipeline of projects that are identified as strategic projects, according to the VIPP, and serves as an announcement ahead of time for the local industries so that they are able to participate in those projects.