Enterprise Supplier Development and Preferential Procurement

The Revised Codes of Good Practice require companies to commit to Supplier Development with Black Owned Small Suppliers, as well as committing to 12 man-days per annum in developing these suppliers…

Outline

The Revised Codes of Good Practice require companies to commit to Supplier Development with Black Owned Small Suppliers

This 1 day session will assist you to develop you capacity in the following areas:

  • Identifying areas in your supply chain in order to source black owned suppliers
  • Maximising your procurement recognition with existing suppliers
  • Conducting a Supplier Analysis
  • Identifying Empowering suppliers
  • Calculating your TMPS (total measured procurement spend)
  • Key areas for the formation of a Preferential Procurement Process
  • Managing your Preferential procurement process and policies
  • Breakdown of BEE levels and score and its impact on your Preferential Procurement score
  • Understanding and conducting needs analysis with suppliers
  • Enterprise and supplier development best Practise
  • Key focus areas for Supplier needs assessments to align to the RCoGP
  • Introduction to PPPFA regulations and it’s alignment to B-BBEE
  • Collecting the correct supporting evidence for verification audit
  • Building the capacity and resources to effectively deliver supplier development
  • Calculation exercises on Enterprise and supplier development
  • Prepare and collect the correct evidence in order to verify this against an empowering supplier

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