The SBD/WCBD6.1 document must form part of all bids invited.  It contains general information and serves as a claim form for preference points for Broad -Based Black Economic Empowerment (B -BBEE) Status Level of Contribution, and explains how tenders or bids are decided.

Functionality and Tenders

In all competitive bids/tenders you as the bidder will have to respond to Functionality. You will need to score a set minimum number of points, measured as a percentage, on Functionality of a competitive bid (tender) in order to advance to the next phase of evaluation in the tender process.

Usually Organs of State evaluate competitive bids/tenders as follows:

New Functionality Scoring Rules

The new Preferential Procurement Regulations 2017 makes provision for new Functionality Scoring rules.

It is stipulated in the new Preferential Procurement Regulations 2017, that the evaluation criteria should be objective, giving enterprises a fair shot at being able to advance to the next phase of evaluation, namely Price and B-BBEE.

Most tenders are evaluated on Functionality, but an Organ of State will indicate in the tender documents how the tender will be evaluated.

Bid Adjudication Committee Rules

All competitive Bids that are awarded by Government Entities must be awarded by a Bid Adjudication committee. 

According to Treasury Regulation 16A6.2 a Government Entity's supply chain management system must, inter alia, provide for the adjudication of bids through a bid adjudication committee, the establishment, composition and functioning of bid specification, evaluation and adjudication committees and the selection of bid adjudication members.

2 Tender Misconceptions in South Africa

We at How2Tender.Com have presented our How-to-Tender workshops to many people and companies during the last two years. During these workshops we have encountered many wonderful stories of companies that won tenders in both the Public as well as the Private Sector. The opposite is also true - we also have heard horrible stories of how things can go wrong when responding to tenders. 

The 8 steps in the Tender Adjudication process

By W van Rooyen

www.howtotender.co.za

31 January 2019

It is important to understand the Adjudication process when one responds to a Tender or Request for Proposal. If you have these 8 steps under control when responding to tenders, changes are good that you will proceed to the next round.

Here are 8 steps in the adjudication process that Organs of State will most often follow in determining which bidder will win the tender:

6 Reasons why tenders fail

By W van Rooyen

www.howtotender.co.za

31 January 2019

There are many reasons why your tender response might fail. Here are 6 reasons why tender responses usually fail:

6 Key tender evaluation documents

By W van Rooyen

www.howtotender.co.za

It is always to one’s advantage to attend a supply chain management information session. There you will always get inside information on how the tender processes work. These inside tips would help you to respond better to tenders and request for proposals.

12 Factors Considered by Adjudication Committees

The Tender Adjudication committee usually does a risk analysis before awarding a tender. 

Prior to being recommended for acceptance, a tender should be subjected to a risk analysis to ensure that it would, if accepted, not place the Government Entity or the bidder, at undue risk. The following features of the tender and the bidder should, inter alia, be considered:

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Title Closing Date Tender No.
Routine maintenance of the municipal ICT infrastructure & support provision as and when required for a period of 36 months (3 years). 2019-08-19 11:00 No reference number
Appointment of a panel of maximum 8 contractors for civil engineering works for a period of 36 months, on as and when required basis 2019-08-21 11:00 No reference number
Appointment of a panel of maximum 8 contractors for civil engineering works for a period of 36 months, on as and when required basis. 2019-08-22 11:00 No reference number
Consultancy Services On Integrated Monitoring And Evaluation Of Implementation Of Sharm El-Sheikh Commitments And Africa Water Vision 2025 Based On The Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) 2019-08-01 15:00 AUC/DREAC/066
Consultancy services for SAP bank communication management 2019-08-02 15:00 No reference number
Lease of The Hartenbos Sports Grounds 2019-07-19 12:00 117-18/19
Provision of Software Application for a Land Use Management System (Property Register, Valuations and Zoning Register) And Support Services 2019-07-26 12:00 114-18/19
Hire of Portable Chemical Flush Toilets 2019-08-02 12:00 121-18/19
Managing and Demolishing of informal Settlements within the Mossel Bay area 2019-08-02 12:00 123-18/19
Supply, delivery, fitment and balancing of tyres 2019-08-08 12:00 TDR-5/2019
Removal Of Sewer Sludge 2019-08-08 12:00 TDR-6/2019
Lease of Steel Containers For Beehive Purposes 2019-08-16 12:00 122-18/19
Sale, collect and remove of scrap metal at Wellington Waste Water Treatment. 2019-08-01 10:00 WEB 15: 2019/2020
Cleaning of Planning and Customer Services at Jan van Riebeeck Weg 15 (unit 6) for the period up to 31 December 2019. 2019-08-01 10:00 WEB 14: 2019/2020
Safe handling, collection, transportation and disposal of asbestos for the period up to 30 June 2020. 2019-08-01 10:00 WEB 13: 2019/2020
Pauper funerals in Drakenstein Area from August 2019 till 31 December 2019. 2019-08-01 10:00 WEB 3: 2019/2020 (Readvertise)
Appointment of a panel of a maximum 8 contractors for sanitation works for a period of 36 months, on as and when required basis 2019-08-22 11:00 No reference number
Supply & delivery of air conditioners in the Drakenstein Municipal Area for a period up to 30 June. 2019-08-01 10:00 WEB 12: 2019/2020
Supply & delivery of wooden bitumen poles for HT lines for a period up to 30 June 2020. 2019-08-01 10:00 WEB 11: 2019/2020
Tenders are invited for the Civil Designer Software Training as per Specifications available at SCM: Acquisitions, Harrower Road, Port Elizabeth, 2019-07-19 11:00 CSQ07191667

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Tenders and VAT

By Werner van Rooyen

31 January 2019

One question that gets raised during each HowtoTender Workshop is must my business (or I) be registered for Value Added Tax (VAT) in order for me to respond to a tender? Or, must I register my business for VAT?

The answer according to the VAT Act, 1991 (Act No. 89 of 1991) is simple:

  • If your turnover is more than R1 million per annum then you have to register your business (or yourself in the case of a sole proprietor) for VAT.
  • There are commodities that are exempt from VAT and if you... Read More
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