When Must I Sub-Contract?
3 Basic Tips to Remember When Responding to a Tender
Do Your Research
According to the Draft Preferential Procurement Regulations, 30% of all Government Contracts above R30 million must be sub-contracted to specific categories of SMME’s. These categories are:
Difference Between a RFI, RFQ and RFP
We are regularly asked, ‘what is the difference between a Request for Information (RFI), Request for Proposal (RFP) and Request for Quote (RFQ)’. Below is an explanation of these three requests.
According to the Government, the differences between RFQ’s, RFI’s and RFP’s are as follows:
4 New Items Added to Designated Sectors
8 Rules When Submitting Your Tender Response
It is clear that people still struggle when it comes to submitting their tender response. So below are eight rules that should always be followed:
10 Principles When Pricing Your Tender
We are often asked how to work out a tender price? But there is no straight answer because every tender is different. The fact is that a tender for the supply of furniture will have a different pricing structure to that of the supply of food for a government function. So to provide individual pricing techniques would be very difficult.
New Functionality Scoring Rules
New Requirements for Construction Industry B-BBEE
The final draft for gazetting of the Amended Construction Sector B-BBEE Codes has been released. There are various interesting changes that will impact heavily on company’s B-BBEE strategies going forward.
Tender Preparation Time
It is often asked if there is mention in the Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act that specifies how much lead time there should be for responding to tenders. The answer is, the Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act does not make provision for any time period.