Implementing the PPPFA

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

Date:

October 31, 2018

 

Closing Date for registrations:

22 October 2018

Course Venue:

Midrand

Cost:

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R 4200 excluding VAT

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Course Objectives

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

Other dates:

31 October 2018 - CapeTown

28 November 2018 - Midrand

An implementation workshop covering the application and implications of the new PPPFA Preferential Procurement Regulations and the latest instructions issued by National Treasury. It delves into the treatment of ‘designated industries’ that apply to all government departments and state-owned / public entities.

You will learn

  • The key changes introduced by the PPPFA Regulations., The updates to the latest Preferential Procurement instructions, guidelines and circulars issued by National Treasury., Practical and strategic insights into the impact on functional evaluations and thresholds., 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.