To ease job application process and improve transparency, Government of Rwanda established a new recruitment process in public service, known as e-Recruitment. Every applicant can monitor the process through the online system.
The Government of Rwanda through Rwanda Mines, Petroleum and Gas Board (RMB) would like to hire consultancy services to conduct a feasibility study to confirm different applications of Lake Kivu methane gas other than power generation, and asses their economic viability. The uses of carbon dioxide will also be looked at.
To automate the public procurement process and enable the interactions of Government to Business entities (G2B), Government of Rwanda has developed an electronic procurement system for the Government of Rwanda dubbed ‘Umucyo’ (transparency).
Various institutions publish tenders and invite bidders to submit their proposals online. This system also ensures that evaluation of bids, contracts management and payments are done electronically.
Bidders have for long been required to present physical documents like; the Performance security, Tax clearance and Certificate from RRA, Rwanda Social Security Fund Certificate among other documents. However, using the e-procurement system, the Government can automatically access the database from Rwanda Development Board to authenticate registration status, Rwanda Revenue Authority to check the status of Tax performance and the Rwanda Social Security Board for compliance with fund contribution.
The Sustainable Development of Mining in Rwanda (SDMR), managed by Cardno Emerging Markets (UK) Ltd, is seeking proposals from suitably qualified organizations for the Procurement of goods and services related to the delivery and installation of hard-/software and training for a Geological Information and Mining Cadaster System (GIMCS) and data input preparation (including but not limited to scanning, digitizing, geo-referencing and data formatting) for the Rwanda Mines, Petroleum and Gas Board.