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2 AN INDUSTRY PERSPECTIVE OF THE CIDB PROCESS Transport, Housing, Public Works, Local Government & Provincial Affairs, Water Affairs & Forestry

3 CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT BOARD (CIDB) ROLE OF GOVT CLIENT FACILITATOR REGULATOR VESTED INTEREST VALUE FOR MONEY SOCIAL & ECONOMIC RESPONSIBILITY GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT OF INDUSTRY PreviousNextSlide 1 of 21

4 CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT BOARD (CIDB) WHY THE CIDB? OBJECTIVE : TRANSFORMATION HOW? CREATING AN ENABLING ENVIRONMENT FOR RECONSTRUCTION, GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT IN THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY PreviousNextSlide 2 of 21 INTER- MINISTERIAL COMMITTEE TASK TEAM FOCUS GROUPS REFERENCE GROUPS

5 CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT BOARD (CIDB) PROCESS GREEN PAPER OUTLINED POLICY & APPOINTMENT OF TASK TEAM WHITE PAPER FRAMEWORK PLAN - CRITERIA FOR ESTABLISHMENT OF CIDB CONSULTATION VIA REFERENCE & FOCUS GROUPS SUBMISSION TO INTER-MINISTERIAL COMMITTEE, THEN CABINET, STATE LAW ADVISOR AND FINALLY PARLIAMENT PreviousNextSlide 3 of 21

6 CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT BOARD (CIDB) NEED FOR CIDB SA CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY NATIONAL ASSET WELL DEVELOPED INFRASTRUCTURE LARGER FIRMS INTERNATIONALLY COMPETITIVE STRUCTURAL PROBLEMS INVESTMENT VOLATILITY & DECLINE WORKFORCE INSTABILITY & SKILLS DECLINE RACIALLY SKEWED OWNERSHIP & PARTICIPATION LACK OF UNIFORMITY & CAPACITY IN PUBLIC SECTOR DISPERSED STAKEHOLDERS & CLIENTS SYSTEMATIC APPROACH REQUIRED FOR ABOVE BETWEEN PUBLIC & PRIVATE PreviousNextSlide 4 of 21

7 CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT BOARD (CIDB) OBJECTIVES LEADERSHIP STABILITY UNBLOCK DELIVERY FACILITATOR OPTIMISE INDUSTRY PreviousNextSlide 5 of 21 OBJECTIVESPROGRAMMES GROWTHBUSINESS, ECONOMIC & MARKET DEVELOPMENT INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENTPERFORMANCE DELIVERYPROCUREMENT & DELIVERY MANAGEMENT

8 FOCUS GROUP 6 : PROCUREMENT TERMS OF REFERENCE REVIEW SELECTED OUTPUTS OF GOVERNMENT PROCUREMENT REFORM POLICIES, PROCUREMENT PRACTICES, PROCEDURES IN CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY, DEVELOP BEST PRACTICES & STRATEGIES ENABLE CID TASK TEAM TO ADVISE GOVERNMENT, PROMOTE BEST PRACTICES, FURTHER PUBLIC/PRIVATE CO-OPERATION AND ENHANCE DELIVERY AND PERFORMANCE CIDB WHEN CONSTITUTED WILL PROMOTE ABOVE PreviousNextSlide 6 of 21

9 FOCUS GROUP 6 : PROCUREMENT BEST PRACTICES UNIFORM PROCUREMENT DOCUMENTS MODERN FORM OF CONTRACT FEATURES COMPILATION OF PROCUREMENT DOCUMENTS MANNER TO APPOINT CONSULTANTS FAIR CONDITIONS OF SUBCONTRACT GOVERNING ACTIONS OF THOSE PROCURING NORMS FOR PROCUREMENT & DELIVERY MANAGEMENT USE OF PROCUREMENT FOR SOCIAL POLICY MANAGING RISK ON CONTRACTS JOINT VENTURE FORMATION TO DEVELOP EMERGING SECTOR PreviousNextSlide 7 of 21

10 FOCUS GROUP 6 : PROCUREMENT RECOMMENDATIONS PUBLIC CONSTRUCTION PROCUREMENT UTILISE STANDARD APPOVED PROCUREMENT DOCUMENTS (FIDIC, GCC, JBCC, NEC) COMPLY WITH: BEST PRACTICE GUIDE (BPG) #2 : FEATURES OF A MODERN FORM OF ENGINEERING & CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT ORGANS OF STATE INCLUDE NAT & PROVINCIAL DEPT’s (DPW, TRANSPORT, WATER AFFAIRS & FORESTRY, HOUSING & CONSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT), METROPOLITIAN COUNCILS, & PUBLIC ENTITIES PreviousNextSlide 8 of 21

11 FOCUS GROUP 6 : PROCUREMENT RECOMMENDATIONS ENGINEERING & CONSTRUCTION WORKS CONTRACTS SUBJECT TO ST36, THE GENERAL CONDITIONS OF WHICH ARE TO BE MODIFIED AND REDRAFTED ST36 NOT TO BE REFERRED TO IN CONDITIONS OF TENDER PreviousNextSlide 9 of 21

12 FOCUS GROUP 6 : PROCUREMENT RECOMMENDATIONS PROCUREMENT DOCUMENTS TO BE DRAFTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH BPG #1 : UNIFORMITY IN PROCUREMENT DOCUMENTS SEPERATE CONDITIONS OF TENDER, CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT, SPECIFICATIONS & TERMS OF PAYMENT PreviousNextSlide 10 of 21

13 FOCUS GROUP 6 : PROCUREMENT RECOMMENDATIONS CONSULTANTS APPOINTED IN TERMS OF THE STANDARD PROFESSIONAL SERVICES CONTRACT IN ACCORDANCE WITH BPG #4 : APPOINTMENT OF CONSULTANTS IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR SUBCONSULTANTS - STANDARD SUBCONSULTANCY AGREEMENT PreviousNextSlide 11 of 21

14 FOCUS GROUP 6 : PROCUREMENT RECOMMENDATIONS SUBCONTRACTORS ENGAGED IN TERMS OF WRITTEN CONTRACT THAT SATISFY PROVISIONS OF BPG #3 : FAIR CONDITIONS OF SUBCONTRACT GCC, JBCC, NEC, FIDIC (NOT COLTO) AND NO MIXING OF ONE MAIN CONTRACT WITH ANOTHER SUBCONTRACT MINIMAL PROJECT SPECIFICATION AMENDMENTS PreviousNextSlide 12 of 21

15 FOCUS GROUP 6 : PROCUREMENT RECOMMENDATIONS CODE OF CONDUCT APPLIES TO PROCUREMENT OF GOODS, SERVICES & ENGINEERING CONSTRUCTION WORKS BY PUBLIC BODIES PreviousNextSlide 13 of 21

16 FOCUS GROUP 6 : PROCUREMENT RECOMMENDATIONS PROCUREMENT & DELIVERY MANAGEMENT PROCEDURES & PRACTICES IN ACCORDANCE BPG #5 : PUBLIC SECTOR PROCUREMENT & DELIVERY MANAGEMENT FOR ENGINEERING & CONSTRUCTION WORKS APPLIES TO PRE PLANNED DESIGN, BUILD DEVELOP & CONSTRUCT, AND RAPID DELIVERY PROCUREMENT CONTRACTS PreviousNextSlide 14 of 21

17 FOCUS GROUP 6 : PROCUREMENT RECOMMENDATIONS UNSOLICITED PROPOSALS IN ACCORDANCE WITH BPG #6 : GUIDELINES IN RESPECT OF UNSOLICED PROPOSALS FROM THE PRIVATE SECTOR TO ORGANS OF STATE PreviousNextSlide 15 of 21

18 FOCUS GROUP 6 : PROCUREMENT RECOMMENDATIONS TARGETED PROCUREMENT AS DEVELOPED, DOCUMENTED AND CO-ORDINATED BY THE DPW MUST BE UTILISED TO ATTAIN SOCIO-ECONOMIC DELIVERABLES IN ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION WORKS CONTRACTS PreviousNextSlide 16 of 21

19 FOCUS GROUP 6 : PROCUREMENT RECOMMENDATIONS RISK ON PUBLIC SECTOR CONTRACTS MANAGED IN ACCORDANCE WITH BPG #8 : MANAGING RISK ON PUBLIC SECTOR ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION WORKS CONTRACTS PreviousNextSlide 17 of 21

20 FOCUS GROUP 6 : PROCUREMENT RECOMMENDATIONS JV AGREEMENTS TO SATISFY PRINCIPLES OF BPG #7 : FEATURES OF A JOINT VENTURE AGREEMENT MODEL DOCUMENTS INCLUDE THOSE BY SAFCEC (ENGINEERING & CONSTRUCTION), FIDIC (PROFESSIONAL) PreviousNextSlide 18 of 21

21 FUNCTIONING CIDB TO MONITOR DOCUMENT USAGE BY STATE ORGANS & PROBLEMS/DISPUTES THAT ARISE DPW GEOGRAPHICAL TARGETED PROCUREMENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM TO TRACK CONTRACT & SOSIO-ECONOMIC OBJECTIVES BY STATE ORGANS REGISTER OF CONTRACTORS REGISTER OF CONTRACTS PreviousNext CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT BOARD (CIDB) Slide 19 of 21

22 CIDB TO ENSURE UNIT STANDARDS OF LEARNING IN : PUBLIC SECTOR PROCUREMENT TARGETED PROCUREMENT CONTRACTING STRATEGIES PROCUREMENT DOCUMENTS DISPUTE RESOLUTION MECHANISMS RISK MANAGEMENT THE FULL PROJECT CYCLE WHOLE LIFE CYCLE COSTS PreviousNext CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT BOARD (CIDB) FUNCTIONING Slide 20 of 21

23 CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT BOARD (CIDB) COMPOSITION MEMBERS APPOINTED PER PROCEDURES OUTLINED IN REGULATION, NOT BILL MUST HAVE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT EXPERTISE REPRESENT RACE & GENDER MEMBERS IN INDIVIDUAL CAPACITY PreviousSlide 21 of 21Next

24 CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT BOARD (CIDB) IMPLICATIONS STANDARDISED DOCUMENTS & SPECIFIC FEATURES FOR ALL CODE OF CONDUCT & NORMS AND STANDARDS FAIR CONDITIONS OF CONTRACTING JV FORMATION WITH DEVELOPING SECTOR INTRODUCTION OF ARD IN CONSTRUCTION PROCUREMENT = TOOL OF SOCIAL POLICY SUNSET PROVISION FOR APP Previous

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