Friday, 2 August 2013

Open Contracting: Rwanda’s Private Sector See Real Benefits

Disclosure and participation by ordinary people and civil society in public contracting has for long been questioned as to whether it is relevant and beneficial. These questions have often arose following frustration with under performing contract through delays, cost escalation, technical failures and blame game between private contractors and  the client (public agencies). Whereas no consensus has been reached in this debate, private sector experiences from Rwanda bring an important dimension in the discussion.