Supply Chain Management (SCM) Procedures & Policies

Supply Chain Management Procedure
The National Central Supplier Database was launched on 1 September 2015. Prospective suppliers must register their companies on, where all their essential information will be verified.
The Tshwane Economic Development Agency will only award business to NCSD-registered suppliers, who will then only have to supply certain relevant information to the Tshwane Economic Development Agency.
Once a supplier has registered on NCSD, it will no longer be a requirement to provide the JDA with an Original Tax Clearance Certificate or any other registration documents.
Supply Chain Management (SCM) Policy
The purpose of this document is to set forth the policy of the Johannesburg Development Agency with respect to supply chain management processes and procedures, as well as related contractual agreements entered into by all business units, and ensure the efficient and uniform acquisition of works, goods, services, and other products with natural and/or legal entities; and to provide for the documentation to support such decisions.
Policy Statement
It is the Tshwane Economic Development Agency's policy to seek out and procure suitable quality products and services in a competitive, fair, transparent, equitable and cost effective manner, and to select service providers consistent with applicable legislation, including but not limited to the following:
Constitution of the Republic of South Africa;
Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act (PPPFA);
Municipal Finance Management Act (MFMA);
Construction Industry Development Board Act (CIDBA);

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