Developing Objective Criteria in terms of section 2(1)(f) of the PPPFA

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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.”

Date:

To be announced

Course Venue:

Midrand

Cost:

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R R1 550 excluding VAT

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Course Objectives

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.”

Other Dates:

Dates on request.

Whilst this requirement has been in place since 2001, the latest Regulations require that the “organ of state must stipulate the objective criteria in the tender documents”. Universal principles supported by National Treasury’s guidelines require that “functionality and any element of the B-BBEE scorecard may not be used as objective criteria.”

This workshop provides guidelines on the determination of objective criteria that can be included in tenders and quotations and minimise the risk of irregular awards and service delivery failures.

Half-day workshop.

You will learn

  • New instructions on the treatment of local content and ‘designated and non-designated industries’., Particular focus will be placed on the Standard Bid Document 6.2 and the required Annexures C; D and E., The implications for suppliers and practitioners of the need for B-BBEE certificates and Standard Bid Documents 6.1., The significant ramifications for sub-contracting, consortiums and joint ventures., Selected past legal PPPFA case studies and how organisations can apply the lessons learned to the new regulations.

Who should attend

  • The new PPPFA Regulations apply to all Supply Chain Management Officials in:, National Government;, Provincial Government;, Metros and Municipalities;, Constitutional entities;, Public entities (Schedule 2 and 3); and, Service providers; suppliers and vendors to these organisations.

This course is part of:

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