Preferential Procurement Policy in line with the PPPFAct2000 and PPR2022

DATE

13 December 2022 – 13 December 2022

CLOSING DATE FOR REGISTRATION

6 December 2022

COURSE VENUE

Online

COST

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WHY CHOOSE THIS COURSE

The Preferential Procurement Regulations 2017 lapse in January 2023 and will be replaced with new sparse regulations. The Minister of Finance has announced 16 January 2023 as the date. These new regulations leave it completely to the organ of state to determine its preference system. The new regulations will only prescribe the 90/10 and 80/20 threshold and the price formula.
 
Organs of state must develop a preference policy that will determine how suppliers will score their preference points out of 10 or 20. Should the B-BBEE scorecard continue? Can other criteria such as locality, women ownership, innovation, sustainability, and other factors be considered?
What about the treatment of functionality and other aspects not included in the 2022 regulations? Organs of state may want to have draft policies ready for approval in November 2022 or in early December 2022. National Treasury has announced that the new regulations will be effective on 16 January 2023.

WHAT DOES THIS COURSE COVER?

  • Understand the supreme Court of Appeal (2 November 2020) and Constitutional Court (16 February 2022) Summary Rulings
  • Understand The Constitution (217(1)(2) & (3)) and the Preferential Procurement Policy of an organ of state
  • Unpacking the Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act (2000)
  • Review of the Preferential Procurement Regulations 2022
  • Understand the policy implications of an “Acceptable Tender” and how functionality will work
  • The policy options for the Preference Score (the 20 and 10 points)
  • Other policy considerations and some uncertainties

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    Commerce Edge

    Commerce Edge has been a leading provider of World Class Procurement and Supply Chain training since 2001. We have trained hundreds of public and private sector organisations and over 10,000 individuals on various aspects of World Class Procurement, Logistics, Operations and Planning in the context of the wider Supply Chain.

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