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 Draft Preferential Procurement Regulations 2016 make provision for new Functionality Scoring rules. An Organ of State will indicate in the tender documents if the tender will be evaluated on Functionality, however, most of the tenders will be. It is stipulated in the new Draft Preferential Procurement Regulations 2016, that the evaluation criteria should be objective, giving enterprises/companies a fair chance in being able to advance to the next phase of evaluation, namely Price and B-BBEE.

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 committee; the establishment, composition and functioning of bid specification; evaluation and adjudication committees; and the selection of bid adjudication members.

Tender misconceptions in South Africa

There are many wonderful stories of companies that won tenders in the Public as well as the Private Sector plus some horrible ones of how things can go wrong.  However, two of the most common misconceptions regarding tenders and the tender process in South Africa are:  

1. All tenders are awarded fraudulently:

The 8 steps in the Tender Adjudication process

By W van Rooyen

www.how2tender.com

10 November 2014

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, chances 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.how2tender.com

24 November 2014

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

  1. Pricing

A tender response has to be competitive. It has to be competitive in pricing as well as good value for money. It is not to say that if your price is the lowest, you will be awarded the tender. If your supply is under par it can cost you a tender.

6 Key tender evaluation documents

By W van Rooyen

www.how2tender.com

26 January 2015

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 Committee

By Werner van Rooyen

20 April 2015

www.how2tender.com

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.
Construction of the extension of Taung library 2018-01-02 12:00 SCM/SS06/2017/2018
Supply and delivery of Safety Clothing for the Langeberg Municipality, for the Period of 3 Consecutive Years 2017-12-08 12:00 T 32/2017
The Supply and delivery of 7 x Sealing End 132kv 400SQ CU of D2872 2018-01-23 13:00 DX 756
Supply, delivery and installation of Sewer Pumps Mandela Square Montagu 2017-12-01 12:00 TE 87/2017
Supply: Guard rail 2017-11-27 14:00 GE11800781
Supply Water distribution material 2017-11-30 16:00 GE11800782
Supply Bricks 2017-11-27 14:00 GE11800783
Supply Binding wire 2017-11-27 14:00 GE11800784
Supply: 1 each x tokyo keiki ufl-30 clamp-on flow meter 2017-11-30 14:00 GE11800792
Supply and install 2x 110mm sleeves for electrical cable across Voortrekker Road (R303) in De Doorns opposite new Fire Station 2017-12-12 11:00 277634
Hiring of Audio-Visual for Mayoral Title deed Handover 2017-11-28 09:00 SP11800073
Supply: DTP42-41DZ Vortex Immersible Pump 13Kw 3Phase 2017-11-30 14:00 GE11800794
Clearing of Alien Plants at Stettynskloof 2017-11-27 11:00 277576
Hire of 18 X Flush portables and 2 paraplegic toilets with 2 Janitors for Atlantis Concert in the Park event 10 December 2017, Atlantis Smart Park, cnr of Grosvenor Avenue and Enchantress Crescent, Saxonsea, Atlantis from 08h00 till 21h00 2017-11-28 09:00 SM11800310
Supply: 10 each x hardboard; tempered 2017-11-27 12:00 GG11800270
Supply: Hardware items 2017-11-29 12:00 GG11800272
Supply: Hardware items 2017-11-29 12:00 GG11800271
Supply rhino board and facia board 2017-11-29 12:00 GG11800274
Supply: 5 each x adhesive;wood;wht;2.5l 2017-11-27 12:00 GG11800273
Repair, Maintenance and Testing of 11 kV and 66 kV Cables 2017-12-07 10:00 ED8/2017

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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:

  • The tender response is evaluated on Functionality where the bidder must score points out of a maximum of 100 points.
  • A threshold of between 65 to 75 out of 100 points... Read More
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