KCCA has recommended that a city cleaner contractor be given a 12-month contract

KCCA has recommended that a city cleaner contractor be given a 12-month contract


The Kampala Capital City Authority-KCCA has recommended that a city cleaner contractor be given a 12-month contract, which is renewed once it is operational.


For almost a decade cleaning services in Kampala have been provided by the Savings and Credit Cooperative Society-SACCOS Division, established in 2014 on the advice of then-KCCA Executive Director Jennifer Musisi, who wanted city cleaners to use SACCOs to save and get credit and interest on their money.


But since its inception, these SACCOS have never been open to the tender process and won contracts less than three times. Contracts were automatically renewed so that SACCOs could continue to operate.


However, the proposed policy to simplify the booking system for the provision of cleaning, spatial planning and water supply services in Kampala KCCA is pushing for the abolition of automatic contract renewal.


KCCA's Secretary of Finance and Administration, John Mary Ssebuwufu, says the new policy recommends that each winner of the tenders be awarded 12 months, renewable only once if they do a satisfactory job.


He said there were a number of things that needed to be done to assess the performance of contractors and determine the renewal of the contract. Contractors are expected to do three major things: keep the streets clean, clean drainage, maintain greenery, and keep the city green and beautiful.


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