Implementing the Three Bid Committees

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

Endorsed by National Treasury

Date:

October 30, 2017

 

Closing Date for registrations:

23 October 2017

Course Venue:

Centurion Conference Centre and Atlantic Imbizo (WC)

Cost:

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R 8400 excluding VAT

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Course Objectives

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

Endorsed by National Treasury

Other dates:

30 & 31 October 2017 Western Cape 

2 & 3 November 2017 Gauteng

6 & 7 December 2017 Gauteng  

The three Bid Committees play a paramount role in selecting and awarding work to suppliers: members of the Bid Committees influence the quality of the specification that is issued to potential suppliers; evaluate the submissions to ensure fairness and appropriateness in the selection of the winning supplier; and are responsible for the final awarding of the work to a supplier.

You will learn

  • The role of each Bid Committee in the PFMA & MFMA Supply Chain Framework., How you can align Bid Committees with other supply chain initiatives such as strategic sourcing., Which PPPFA formula to use and how to correctly apply the formula., How to develop a solid recommendation report to the Bid Adjudication Committee., Which common implementation pitfalls to avoid., The different responsibilities and roles in each Committee and what to look for in selecting the chairs of the different Bid Committees., The role of transparency and how to manage the involvement of suppliers in the Bid Committee processes., How to prevent the Bid Committees from regressing into the Tender Boards., Participants in the two-day course will work on an integrated case study and will have an opportunity to practice important tasks drawn from real world case studies and useful templates and techniques.

Who should attend

  • Accounting Authorities; Accounting Officers and Senior Managers in national; provincial and municipal government; as well as all Schedule 3A & 3C enterprises and agencies., Members of a Bid Committee or those involved in the bidding process must understand their roles and responsibilities.