Tharwat Zard, director of the Small Projects Department at the General Authority for Government Services, explained that there was a need to reconsider the legislation on contractual procedures to keep pace with the current economic changes. With regard to the Projects Development Law 152 of 2020, it took into account the commercial registry and income size to determine the type of project.
Zard added that the state is working on developing and implementing a set of incentives to attract informal projects to the light of day. It is also providing the appropriate environment to protect them from unfair competition in the market, and that there is a priority to deal with projects that depend in the manufacture of their components on local products, which supports small projects and helps them market Its products are through cooperation with large projects.
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He pointed out that a number of steps have been implemented to facilitate the process of registering small projects in the government procurement portal and participating in tenders and auctions conducted by various government agencies through networking between these agencies. and infinitesimal ones.
This came during a workshop organized by the Enterprise Development Authority to introduce the services and facilities provided by Law 152 of 2020.