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Public Sector Supply Chain Management

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


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Online, instructor-led training or face-to-face (Midrand)


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R 6450 excluding VAT

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Course Objectives

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

Next date: TBA

Implementing a compliant and effective supply chain management system in a national, or Section 3A, 3B and 3D organization means grappling with demand management, acquisition management, logistics management, disposal management, risk management, and performance management.

You will learn

  • The role South Africa's Constitution plays in public sector procurement and its relationship with the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA), Preferential Procurement (PPPFA) and the integration of Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE), The roles and responsibilities of accounting officers and accounting authorities in supply chain management (SCM) and the SCM framework in the PFMA Regulations issued by National Treasury, The broad activities within the Bid Committees process - World-class public sector processes; considerations and factors that are included in a bid specification or terms of reference., The PPPFA and the key formulae for scoring bids, Demand management from the context of government's planning and budgeting processes and the roles played by inventory planning; asset management planning and procurement planning in demand management, Disposing of items while adhering to the various regulations governing disposal in the public sector, Strategic sourcing in the context of the public sector SCM model, The key components of an asset management plan and procurement plan - all in the context of demand management within the public sector, The different acquisition options; including petty cash; verbal quotations; written quotations and bids as well as the thresholds issued by National Treasury, Risk management methodologies can assist in purging corruption from SCM management

Who should attend

  • Chief Procurement Officers, Procurement and Supply Chain Managers, Supplier Relationship Managers, Team Leaders, Commercial Specialists, Contract Managers, Sourcing Managers, Project Managers, Commodity/Category Managers, 3 Bid Committee Members, Legislators and Policy Developers


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Legal Aspects in Purchasing and Supply Management
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Developing and Managing Contracts and SLA's
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Managing Total Cost of Ownership
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Intermediate Microsoft Excel
Next Date: 28 Sep 2021
Introduction to Supplier Relationship Management
Next Date: 30 Sep 2021
Supervisory Skills for Procurement Managers
Next Date: 4 Oct 2021
Advanced Microsoft Excel
Next Date: 4 Oct 2021
Communication Intelligence for Procurement Professionals
Next Date: 5 Oct 2021
Risk Management in Procurement
Next Date: 6 Oct 2021
Value Analysis/Value Engineering for Supply Chain Professionals
Next Date: 7 Oct 2021
Procurement Analytics
Next Date: 12 Oct 2021
Strategic Sourcing and Category Management
Next Date: 18 Oct 2021
Finance for Procurement Professionals
Next Date: 2 Nov 2021
Ethics in Procurement and Supply Chain Management
Next Date: 4 Nov 2021
Asset Management in the Public Sector
Date to be confirmed
Logistics Management
Date to be confirmed