Public Procurement Bill

The National Treasury has published the draft Public Procurement Bill, and is asking you to comment.

28 provided input.

The draft Bill aims to create a single regulatory framework for public procurement and eliminate fragmentation in laws which deal with public sector procurement by, among others, providing for:

(a) general procurement requirements;
(b) an enabling framework for preferential procurement;
(c) a Public Procurement Regulator within the National Treasury and its functions;
(d) the functions of provincial treasuries;
(e) measures to ensure the integrity of the procurement process;
(f) the power to prescribe different methods of procurement;
(g) a framework for supply chain management;
(h) infrastructure delivery management;
(i) a framework on the disposal of assets;
(j) dispute resolution mechanisms; and
(k) the repeal and amendment of certain laws.

Comments close on Sunday, 31 May 2020

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