The National Central Supplier Database was launched on 1 September 2015. Prospective suppliers must register their companies on www.csd.gov.za, where all their essential information will be verified.
The JDA will only award business to NCSD-registered suppliers, who will then only have to supply certain relevant information to the JDA.
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 POLICY
It is the Johannesburg 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:
Construction Industry Development Board Act (CIDBA);
Broad-based Black Economic Empowerment Act (BBBEE);
The main objectives of this policy are to:
Comply with the provisions of the MFMA and other applicable legislation;
Ensure goods and services are acquired competitively, fairly, transparently; equitably and cost effectively;
Promote the empowerment of previously disadvantaged enterprises, including SMMEs;
Minimize fraud and corruption and encourage accountability;
Is consistent with the enterprise development programmes as approved by the City which are not limited to Expanded Public Works Programme (EPWP), Jozi@work, Enterprise Development Programme and Corporate Social Investment job pathway and other policies and programmes that seeks to aggressively advance the empowerment of the SMMEs and previously disadvantaged communities;
Is consistent with the Preferential Procurement Regulations 2011.
The guiding principles for measuring the success of the supply chain management objectives are the:
preservation of the highest standard of ethical behaviour;
selection of suppliers through a process that is competitive, fair, transparent and cost effective;
empowerment of SMMEs and enterprises that comply with the provisions of BroadBased Black Economic Empowerment and codes of good practice;
creation of employment and skills development opportunities; and improvement of stakeholder value.
Ensure goods and services are acquired competitively, fairly, transparently;equitably and cost effectively;
*Updated March 2015*
INFORMATION STATEMENT PROPOSING AMENDMENTS
Notice in terms of Section 116(3) of the Local Government: Municipal Finance Management Act, No 56 of 2003 The Johannesburg Development Agency would like to inform the public and other stakeholders, as required by the Local Government: Municipal Finance Management Act, No 56 of 2003 (MFMA), of the intention of the Johannesburg Development Agency to amend contracts of professional teams procured through its supply chain management policy.