Treasury has revised procurement regulations to bring them into alignment with B-BBEE. This will finally use a Broad Based BEE scorecard to award points on a government tender.
How does this affect your tender – more info…
|PPPFA & Tenders – How to Create & Evaluate tenders using the new PPPFA|
EconoBEE is proud to announce that bookings are now open for PPPFA and Tenders in September 2011.
National Treasury regulations regarding evaluation of tenders will be changed as from the 7th December 2011. Evaluation of tenders must be done using B-BBEE. Revised Preferential Procurement Regulations have finally made a B-BBEE compliance scorecard mandatory when tendering for government tenders. The revision now brings the PPPFA into full alignment with the B-BBEE Act. Tender officials and procurement officers will need to change their tenders to ensure compliance with the new legislation.
EconoBEE is proud to announce an informative half day course that will show you exactly how to evaluate a BEE scorecard for a tender.
The course is aimed at procurement officers and tender committees in government departments.
- Practical hands-on course
- Introduction to the B-BBEE Codes
- Overview of the charters and whom they affect
- Verification and requirements
- Fronting and how to identify
- Analysing certificates:
- Types of entities
- Scorecards, certificates, valid dates
- New PPPFA regulations:
- 80/20 and 90/10 rules
Outcome: You will be able to properly evaluate the B-BBEE section of tenders. You will be able to identify valid certificates.
Book now and ensure your tenders are evaluated properly.
While there is demand for a BBBEE Scorecard someone will be taking advantage, shouldn’t that someone be you…