The following text is adapted from the GPOBA brochure “Output-Based Aid at Work in Public-Private-Partnerships”, found here: https://www.gpoba.org/sites/gpoba/files/OBA51_PPP.pdf
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:
The Law provides that local preference not exceeding 10% may be granted to Rwanda companies or Rwandan nationals or bidders in reginal economic integration bodies member states.
This law promotes SMEs in public procurement. It indicates for example, that SMEs may participate in selection processes through consortiums or different type of associations, and they may receive an advanced payment of 20% of the project to strengthen their economic capacity.