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Government has developed provision in the PPDA amendments relating to local content. These include:

Government initiatives to ensure effective implementation of BUBU

Government has developed provision in the PPDA amendments relating to local content. These include:

A. Preference Schemes -Section 50 (1) of the PPDA Act
Under the Amendment PPDA Act, it is provided that:

  • Preference schemes are to be applied in respect of goods, works and services, wherethe open domestic or open international bidding methods are used.
  • A Procurement and Disposing Entity when procuring goods, works or services under open bidding shall grant a margin of preference for :
    (a). Goods manufactured, mined, extracted or grown in Uganda, (15%).
    (b). Works by Ugandan contractors or services provided by Ugandan consultants, (7%)
  • Goods qualify for preference, as domestically manufactured goods, where The labour or the value addition to the good is more than 30%.
  • The production facility in which the goods are to be manufactured, assembled or processed is in Uganda and is engaged in the manufacturing, assembling or processing of the goods at the time of submission of the bid.
  • A contractor and a consultant qualify for preference where :-
    (a). The contractor or consultant is incorporated or registered in Uganda;
    (b). The contractor or consultant if an individual, is a Ugandan citizen;
  • The contractor or consultant if a company registered in Uganda, more than 50%of the capital of the contractor or consultant is owned by Ugandan citizens; and
  • The contractor or consultant if a legal entity, more than 50% of the capital of thecontractor or consultant is owned by the Government or by a PDE.
  • B. Reservation Schemes- Section 50 (2) of the PPDA Act
    The Amendments provide that:
  • PPDA in consultation with a competent authorities and relevant stakeholders, shallspecify the public procurement contracts to be subject to a reservation scheme andshall designate the particular sectors, within a specified geographical area, that areeligible to participate in the reservation scheme.
  • A public procurement contract shall be subject to a reservation scheme in order to -
    (a). Promote the use of local expertise and materials;
    (b). Promote the participation of local communities or local organisations
    or Apply specific technologies ;
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