Courses in our Public Sector Series

Bid Committees play a paramount role in the selection and awarding of work to suppliers.

The disposal of assets is a necessary responsibility of SCM departments.

If you have attended training on the Preferential Procurement Regulations 2011, or the initial training on the 2017 regulations, you should attend the Refresher workshop

The Preferential Procurement Regulations of 2017 (sub-regulation 9(a)) require that “…if the price offered by a tenderer scoring the highest points, is not market-related, the organ of state may not award the contract….” and then provides a process for negotiating with bidders.

The AG is expected to focus more stringently on the compliance of PFMA and MFMA institutions with regards to the Local Production and Local Content provisions in the Preferential Procurement Regulations 2017.

Preferential Procurement Regulations of 2017 states that “a contract may be awarded to a tenderer that did not score the highest points, only in accordance with section 2(1)(f) of the Act.”

Deviations from open competitive bidding methods are allowed within the PFMA as long as they have been approved.

Implement a fair, equitable, transparent, competitive and cost effective Supply Management Chain function.

The Supply Chain Management system within the PFMA and MFMA was introduced to drastically improve service delivery.

Endorsed by National Treasury

Unpack the key elements for developing effective Bid Invitations as required under legislation.

The practical and legal implications of the new regulations are significant; it is imperative that your organisation implements the regulations correctly.

Tangible (physical) assets are a vital corporate resource and applying the principles of asset management will ensure this resource input is at the lowest overall cost.