ICV
Our In-Country Value (ICV) programme is based on three core pillars:
  • Omanisation through employment, education, training and development
  • Hiring and supporting local community contractors.
  • Assisting in developing and promoting newly established Omani Companies and ensuring that knowledge and training is passed to those companies
  • Initiatives

    CCED has instituted a number of initiatives that help build ICV such as:

  • Vendor Development Program: Working closely with Omani contractors to help build their capabilities, allowing them to secure contracts
  • Ring Fencing Program: Gives priority to Omani contractors in certain areas of procurement and local contracting
  • ICV Monitoring and Reporting System: Web-based system launched in 2017 allowing contractors to report the ICV online
  • CCED has been supporting the SME Initiative (Tahfeez) in cooperation with the Ministry of Manpower, ‘Riyada’ within the labour market and employment lab and the National Programme to Promote Economic Diversification (Tanfeedh)
  • We also work with local small companies providing them with, guidance and assistance in bid preparation and strategic planning to allow them improve their competitive advantage
  • We have been supporting the development of the Super LCCs and recently signed our first contract with Al Sawari
  • CCED is committed to building the skills and capacity of Omani contractors in order to deliver sustainable commercial benefits for the country. ICV Manager
    Our In-Country Value (ICV) programme is based on three core pillars:
  • Omanisation through employment, education, training and development
  • Hiring and supporting local community contractors.
  • Assisting in developing and promoting newly established Omani Companies and ensuring that knowledge and training is passed to those companies
  • Initiatives

    CCED has instituted a number of initiatives that help build ICV such as:

  • Vendor Development Program: Working closely with Omani contractors to help build their capabilities, allowing them to secure contracts
  • Ring Fencing Program: Gives priority to Omani contractors in certain areas of procurement and local contracting
  • ICV Monitoring and Reporting System: Web-based system launched in 2017 allowing contractors to report the ICV online
  • CCED has been supporting the SME Initiative (Tahfeez) in cooperation with the Ministry of Manpower, ‘Riyada’ within the labour market and employment lab and the National Programme to Promote Economic Diversification (Tanfeedh)
  • We also work with local small companies providing them with, guidance and assistance in bid preparation and strategic planning to allow them improve their competitive advantage
  • We have been supporting the development of the Super LCCs and recently signed our first contract with Al Sawari
  • CSR