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DPW STRATEGIC PLAN, ANNUAL PERFORMANCE PLAN AND ESTIMATES OF NATIONAL EXPENDITURE 13 MARCH 2012 PRESENTATION TO THE PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC WORKS
2 TABLE OF CONTENTS PART A: STRATEGIC OVERVIEW INTRODUCTION AND STRATEGIC CONTEXT KEY MEDIUM-TERM POLICY PRIORITIES PART B: STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES DPW PROGRAMME STRUCTURE AND BRANCH PROJECTS: PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION PROGRAMME 2: IMMOVABLE ASSET INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT PROGRAMME 3: EXPANDED PUBLIC WORKS PROGRAMME (EPWP) PROGRAMME 4: CONSTRUCTION AND PROPERTY POLICY REGULATION PROGRAMME 5: AUXILIARY AND ASSOCIATED SERVICES PART C: BUDGET INFRASTRUCTURE PLAN BUDGET PER PROGRAMME BUDGET PER ECONOMIC CLASSIFICATION
4 INTRODUCTION AND STRATEGIC CONTEXT MANDATE: The mandate of the Department of Public Works (DPW) is the custodianship and management of a significant portfolio of national government’s immovable assets. This includes the provision of accommodation, rendering of expert built environment services to user departments at national government level in the planning, acquisition, management and disposal of immovable assets under the custodianship of DPW. DPW is also mandated to coordinate and provide strategic leadership in the implementation of the Expanded Public Works Programme (EPWP). The Minister’s Performance Agreement and Service Delivery Agreements are central to the DPW’s planning. The Minster’s Performance Agreement covers three (3) sector outcomes: Decent employment through inclusive economic growth (Outcome 4); Sustainable human settlements and improved quality of household life (outcome 8); An efficient, effective and development oriented public service and an empowered, fair and inclusive citizenship (outcome 12).
5 INTRODUCTION AND STRATEGIC CONTEXT The following focus areas are relevant to the Outcomes in the Minister’s Performance Agreement: Outcome 4: Focus areas: reducing youth unemployment, analysing the cost structure of South African economy and expanding the EPWP, DPW Implementation of Building Programmes and input costs in the construction sector. Outcome 8: Focus area: Release of land and properties for developmental purposes to the Department of Human Settlements; facilitate the creation of remote area precincts. Outcome 12: Focus area: DPW as the custodian of all Immovable State Assets ensures that immovable assets utilised for delivering various government services yields functional, economic and social benefits to the state for improved service delivery. Five outcomes form the basis of DPW’s Strategic Plan: Decent employment through inclusive economic growth; Sustainable human settlements and an improved quality of household life. An efficient and effective development-oriented Public Service and an empowered fair and inclusive citizenship; Skilled and capable workforce to support an inclusive growth path; and Create efficient, competitive and responsive infrastructure network;
6 KEY MEDIUM-TERM PRIORITIES Key policy priorities over the 5 years: To create a balanced between the change and sustained agenda, more emphasis is on: Stabilising of leadership, clean corporate governance and reviewing of the effectiveness of operations of DPW; Strengthening the State’s Immovable Asset Register and vesting of State immovable assets in the correct sphere of Government; Auditing of leases and reviewing of the lease management system; Establishing financial controls and addressing the audit challenges; Transforming the built environment through empowering emerging contractors in line with BBBEE and promoting labour intensive and green practices; Effective client relations management to improve service delivery and good management; and Addressing the triple challenge of unemployment, poverty and inequality through the EPWP programme and job creation initiatives within DPW to create a skilled labour force.
7 KEY MEDIUM-TERM PRIORITIES continues…. Key policy priorities over the 5 years: To create a balanced between the change and sustained agenda, more emphasis is on: Improving supply chain management Improving human resource management Addressing the challenges of the PMTE to ensure proper management of client accommodation charges. Reviewing of the State Disposals Act of 1961 Finalising of draft legislation for: Expropriation Bill, Council for the Built Environment Bill and Agrement South Africa Bill. Implementing a Facilities Management Policy and Strategy; Development of skills in the built environment through the Young Professionals, Internship, Learnership Programmes and the bursary scheme. DPW is also reviving its workshops to absorb graduates to work under the mentorship of certified artisans.
8 KEY MEDIUM-TERM PRIORITIES continues…. Public Entities There are four Public Entities reporting to the Department of Public Works. The Entities have identified, inter alia, the following key strategic programmes, for the MTEF period: The Construction Industry Development Board (cidb): Growth and Contractor Development, Construction Industry Performance, Procurement and Delivery Management, Construction Registers Services; The Council for Built Environment (CBE): Built Environment Academy, Centre for innovation and integrated planning, Public Interest; The Agrément SA (ASA): the focus will continue to provide assurance of fitness of purpose for non- standardised construction technology; The Independent Development Trust (IDT): Community mobilization and development, provide support to institutions such as NPOs, serve as programme management agency on government infrastructure projects.
10 PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION PURPOSE OF THE PROGRAMME: To provide strategic leadership and support services, including the accommodation needs and overall management of DPW. SUB-PROGRAMMES: MINISTRY: The Ministry sub-programme consisting of the office of the Minister provides political and administrative support and report directly to the political head. MANAGEMENT: OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR-GENERAL: The office provides strategic leadership, guidance and oversees the overall implementation of DPW’s Strategic Plans, across all functions. The following units are part of the office: o Chief Operating Officer o Strategic Management Unit o Intergovernmental Relations and Parliamentary Services o Monitoring & Evaluation o Internal Audit and Investigation Services
11 PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION FINANCE AND SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT: The purpose of the sub-programme is to achieve financial effectiveness for both DPW and the PMTE through sound financial management, integrated financial planning, responsive and compliant supply chain management. CORPORATE SERVICES: Corporate Services is a partner in support of DPW’s service delivery objectives. It provides the following functions: Human Resources Information Services International Relations Communications Legal Services Security Services Gender and Disability
12 PROGRAMME 1: OFFICE OF THE DG 5 YEAR TARGETPERFORMANCE INDICATORTARGET 2012/13 Develop Strategic Plans and Annual Performance Plans for DPW Submission and tabling of the Strategic Plan and Annual Performance Plan to Parliament aligned to all relevant prescripts. 1 Strategic Plan and Annual Performance Plan compliant with Treasury Regulations and other relevant prescripts Annual implementation and review of the Risk Management strategy Updated risk registersAnnual implementation and review of the Risk Management Strategy Co-ordination and management of DPW’s meetings and engagement with Parliament and organs of state in all spheres of government Effective governanceIntergovernmental meetings, oversight visits, internal top governance structure meetings, NEDLAC, appointment of board members for Councils Management of performance and corporate governance of DPW and Entities on a quarterly basis Effective governance of sector Entities 4 quarterly performance reviews with Entities Annual adherence to M&E policy and guidelines Approved Policy and M&E guidelines DPW offices institutionalized and M&E Policy reviewed annually
13 OFFICE OF THE DG (Cont.…) 5 YEAR TARGETPERFORMANCE INDICATORTARGET 2012/13 Internal Audit plan developed, approved and implemented. Internal Audit plan developed and approved annually in May 2012 by Audit and Risk Management Committee. Internal Audit plan developed and approved in May 2012 and audit reports presented quarterly to Management and Audit and Risk Management Committee 3 Fraud Prevention Strategies reviewed and implemented Reviewed and updated fraud prevention strategy Review 1 Fraud Prevention Strategy 12 workshops and 4 articles in Worxnews. Submit progress reports on investigations to Management and Audit and Risk Management Committee
14 PROGRAMME 1: FINANCE & SCM 5 YEAR TARGETPERFORMANCE INDICATORTARGET 2012/13 PMTE debtors’ age analysisReduction in the PMTE debtors’ age analysis Reduce debtors’ age analysis to 1 year Compliance to SA GAAP for PMTE Audit Report (i.t.o. SA GAAP compliance) by PMTE 70% compliance to SA GAAP Compilation of accurate financial statements for DPW in- line with prescripts Audit Report ( DPW compliance with the AFS prescripts) Accurate AFS submitted by 31 May 2013 Settlement of all invoices within 21 days Payment Registers (payment turnaround time) 85% invoices to be settled within 21 days Compliance to SCM prescriptsAudit Report (i.t.o. Irregular, fruitless & wasteful expenditure) 100% compliance to SCM prescripts Improved management of movable assets Audit report (i.t.o movable asset management) 95% complete and accurate movable asset register
15 PROGRAMME1: CORPORATE SERVICES 5 YEAR TARGETPERFORMANCE INDICATOR TARGET 2012/13 95% of DPW post establishment filledReduced vacancy rate85% filled establishment 100% expenditure of training budget on skills development programmes Functional skills generation initiative Training budget fully expended Provide a government wide integrated immovable asset management system and integrated business system 100% integrated fixed asset management system and business system Implement works control module, billing and accounting system Implementation of a developmental communication strategy of government 100% implementation of developmental communications strategy 100% implementation of the developmental communication strategy
16 CORPORATE SERVICES (Cont.…) : 5 YEAR TARGETPERFORMANCE INDICATORTARGET 2012/13 Complete 100% of all Legal cases referred. Legal opinions providedLegal opinion or interim report in response to all requests within 14 days 25% participation of women, youth and people with disabilities in the core business of DPW Increased participation of women, youth and people with disabilities in the core business of DPW 5% increase form 2011/12 in the participation of women, youth and people with disabilities in the core business of DPW Facilitate agreements with identified countries to consolidate the African agenda and south-south cooperation Signed and implemented MOU’s with identified countries Facilitate the signing of 2 agreements 300 prioritized personnel vetted Security clearance of prioritized personnel 80 prioritized personnel vetted Establishment of a Screening Unit/screening policy for approval Results of screened companies200 companies to be screened
17 PROGRAMME 2: IMMOVABLE ASSET INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT PURPOSE OF THE PROGRAMME To provide and manage Government’s immovable property portfolio in support of Government’s social, economic, functional and political objectives. EXPECTED OUTCOMES OF THE PROGRAMME An efficient, competitive and responsive economic infrastructure network (Outcome 6); Sustainable human settlements and an improved quality of household life (outcome 8); An efficient, effective and development oriented public service and an empowered, fair and inclusive citizenship (Outcome 12).
18 IMMOVABLE ASSET INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT (cont.…) SUB-PROGRAMMES OF PROGRAMME 2: Strategic Asset Investment Analysis To plan for life cycle immovable asset management based on credible asset data and portfolio and property analysis to achieve efficiency, economy and effectiveness in the use of DPW’s immovable asset portfolio; Projects and Professional Services Management of construction projects consisting of capital and refurbishment projects, creation of jobs within the construction and infrastructure service industry, creation of training opportunities for built environment graduates, prioritise expenditure of the infrastructure budget to accrue to BBBEE accredited contractors including Women, Youth and People with disabilities; Inner City Regeneration Programme To cooperate with provincial and local spheres of government towards the regeneration of inner cities/towns. Creation of jobs in the construction industry using the construction management methodology; Operations Management To execute property and facilities management projects in a safe and secure working environment at regional level through the acquisition, maintenance, optimal utilization and disposal of immovable assets;
19 IMMOVABLE ASSET INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT (cont.…) Key Account Management and Prestige Management To manage relationships between DPW and user departments on the provision of accommodation through facilitating signed Service Level Agreements(SLA), assisting user departments to compile User Asset Management Templates(UAMP), obtaining signed Capital Works Implementation Programmes(CWIP) from user departments and submitting Monthly Key Account Management Reports to user departments.
20 IMMOVABLE ASSET INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT (cont.…) KEY PRIORITIES: ASSET INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT (AIM) 5 YEAR TARGETPERFORMANCE INDICATORTARGET 2012/13 To ensure a complete and accurate immovable asset register on the assets by 31 March 2014 Number of properties populated with essential information Verify 50% of properties on the IAR Confirmation of ownership of 35 895 land parcels under DPW’s custodianship Number of land parcels vestedConfirm ownership of 1 190 land parcels Development of annual Custodian Asset Management Plans (CAMP’s) and implementation programmes Approved Custodian Asset Management Plan (C-AMP) and implementation programmes 100% CAMP compiled DPW CWIP and PMIP
21 IMMOVABLE ASSET INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT (cont.…) 5 YEAR TARGETPERFORMANCE INDICATORTARGET 2012/13 Reduction of 5 164 287 kw/hr and 4 327 500 k/l in electricity and water consumption Unit and cost reduction in electricity and water consumption (shared energy model and retrofitting) Reduction of 942 857 kw/hr. and 802 500 k/l Rehabilitation of 100 propertiesNumber of Rehabilitated properties Rehabilitate 10 properties 500 buildings made accessible to people with disabilities Number of buildings made accessible 100 buildings accessible 1 000 ha of land released for human settlement purposes Extent of land released.Release 200 ha of land 35 properties released for land reform purposes Number of properties releasedRelease 20 properties. Determine a uniform profile for all DPW leases Benchmarking for letting and leasing rates in all provinces 100 % of all leases assessed in 3 identified regions.
22 IMMOVABLE ASSET INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT (cont.…) 5 YEAR TARGETPERFORMANCE INDICATORTARGET 2012/13 1000 portfolio property and project feasibility assessments Number of feasibility assessments completed Conduct 100 feasibility assessments 1500 market valuations for acquisition, letting and disposal Number of market valuations approved Conduct 200 market valuations
23 IMMOVABLE ASSET INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT (cont.…) KEY PRIORITIES: PROJECTS AND PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 5 YEAR TARGETPERFORMANCE INDICATOR TARGET 2012/13 2 500 projects to be implemented (refurbishment and capital) Management of projects in a building programme between status 4 to 7 200 projects to be completed (status 6A) Create learning and training opportunities for 500 graduates of built environment careers through the Young Professionals programme Create learning and training opportunities for graduates of built environment careers 100 training opportunities to be created Prioritise 35% of the capital budget (DPW and user departments) for development of Emerging Contractors, Women Owned Enterprises, and Youth in terms of BBBEE score card 35% of annual construction budget expenditure accrued to Emerging Contractors, Women Owned Enterprises, Disabled Persons, and Youth in terms of BBBEE score card 35% budget expenditure
IMMOVABLE ASSET INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT (cont.…) KEY PRIORITIES: INNER CITY REGENERATION 5 YEAR TARGETPERFORMANCE INDICATOR TARGET 2012/13 Cooperation agreement reached with 3 cities and 7 towns towards inner city regeneration initiatives Memoranda of Understanding Memoranda of Understanding to be concluded with 2 cities/towns Precinct plans completed for Tshwane Precinct plansComplete Tshwane master plan and precinct plans Creation of 800 jobs in the construction sector using the construction management methodology Jobs CreatedUpgrade/construct three buildings that will create 200 jobs 24
IMMOVABLE ASSET INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT (cont.…) 5 YEAR TARGETPERFORMANCE INDICATORTARGET 2012/13 Management of 5800 leases over the 5 year period Management of DPW lease agreements Management of ±2850 leases Payment of municipal services & Rates and Taxes Payment of certified invoices within 30 days Ensure compliance with OHS Act and regulations for all immovable assets over the MTEF Ensure that all state and leased assets comply with OHS Act and regulations 4752 building inspections for state and leased facilities and verification of optimal utilization Effective management of FM contracts for state immovable assets over the MTEF BBBEE Approved Standard Facilities Management Contracts Facilities Management Strategy applied in accordance with implementation plan 25 KEY PRIORITIES: OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT
26 IMMOVABLE ASSET INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT (cont.…) KEY PRIORITIES: KEY ACCOUNT MANAGEMENT (KAM) 5 YEAR TARGETPERFORMANCE INDICATORTARGET 2012/13 Signed Service Level Agreements for 50 user departments Signed Service Level Agreements for all user departments SLA’s signed with 25 user departments Annual completion of UAMP templates for 50 user departments Populate UAMP template for 50 user departments Populate 50 user department UAMP templates Signed Capital Works Implementation Programs for user departments Signed Capital Works Implementation programs (CWIP) for user departments CWIP signed for 10 user departments Reports submitted monthly to 50 User departments Reports submitted monthly to each user department Reports submitted to 50 user departments
27 IMMOVABLE ASSET INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT (cont.…) KEY PRIORITIES: PRESTIGE 5 YEAR TARGET)PERFORMANCE INDICATORTARGET 2012/13 Signed Service Level Agreements for 2 prestige clients 2 Signed SLA’sSLA’s signed with Parliament and The Presidency Compilation of prestige inputs into the DPW UAMP Prestige UAMP (as part of the DPW UAMP) submitted to National Treasury Monthly progress reports on prestige accommodation projects Monthly progress reports submitted to Prestige clients Monthly reports submitted to Parliament and The Presidency Development of annual events calendar and the provision of infrastructural support Provision of infrastructure support for scheduled Prestige events Approval of calendar and provision of infrastructure support for scheduled event
28 EXPANDED PUBLIC WORKS PROGRAMME (EPWP) PURPOSE OF THE PROGRAMME Ensure the creation of work opportunities and the provision of training for unskilled, marginalised and unemployed people in South Africa by coordinating the implementation of the Expanded Public Works Programme. EXPECTED OUTCOME OF THE PROGRAMME Decent employment through inclusive economic growth (Outcome 4); KEY PRIORTIES FOR 2011/12 5 YEAR TARGETPERFORMANCE INDICATORTARGET 2012/13 4.5 million work opportunities created for poor and unemployed by 2014 (2million FTE jobs) Number of youth participating in the NYS 3 500 to participate in NYS Number of municipalities reporting on EPWP targets 260 municipalities to report on EPWP targets Total number of work opportunities created through EPWP Create 1 210 000 work opportunities Total number of EPWP opportunities created on provincial access roads Create 130 000 work opportunities
29 CONSTRUCTION AND PROPERTY POLICY REGULATION PURPOSE OF THE PROGRAMME To promote growth and transformation in the construction and property industries. To promote uniformity and best practices in the construction and immovable asset management in the public sector. EXPECTED OUTCOME (S) OF THE PROGRAMME Skilled and capable workforce to support an inclusive growth path (Outcome 5).
30 CONSTRUCTION AND PROPERTY POLICY REGULATION KEY PRIORITIES: CONSTRUCTION AND PROPERTY POLICY REGULATION 5 YEAR TARGETPERFORMANCE INDICATORTARGET 2012/13 To establish Agrément South Africa (ASA) as a public entity by 31 March 2013 Agrément South Africa (ASA) established as a public entity by 31 March 2013 Receive approval from Joint Evaluation Committee (JEC) for the creation of a Public Entity To amend the legislative framework for the Built Environment Professions (BEPs) between 2012-2015 Legislative framework for the Built Environment Professions (BEPs) amended within the 2012 -2015 period Tabling of BEP Bill(s) in Parliament.
31 CONSTRUCTION AND PROPERTY POLICY REGULATION 5 YEAR TARGETPERFORMANCE INDICATORTARGET 2012/13 To table in Parliament a Expropriation Bill by 31 March 2013, to ensure consistency with the Constitution and uniformity in the expropriation of property New Expropriation Bill tabled in Parliament by 31 March 2013 Tabling of Bill in Parliament Continuous implementation for the 2012- 2015 period of: National Contractor Development Programme (NCDP) Property Management BEE Strategy Continuous implementation, for the 2012-2015 period, of: National Contractor Development Programme (NCDP) Property Management Strategy on BEE, Job Creation and Poverty Alleviation Expand and monitor the implementation of NCDP Review the Strategy to align to BBBEE codes
32 CONSTRUCTION AND PROPERTY POLICY REGULATION 5 YEAR TARGETPERFORMANCE INDICATORTARGET 2012/13 To develop the Green Building Framework and related policies within the 2012- 2015 period to contribute to environmental sustainability in the construction and property sectors Green Building Framework and related policies implemented within the 2012-2015 period to ensure environmental sustainability in the construction and property sectors Development of a Green Building Programme for Government towards green job creation and economic growth Development of eco-label criteria for selected construction materials Development of best practice guidelines for management of state immovable assets in the national and provincial spheres of government within the 2012-15 Best practice guidelines for the management of state immovable assets in the national and provincial spheres of government developed Roll out of Life Cycle Guidelines to National and Provincial custodians Commence with development of further best practice guidelines
AUXILIARY AND ASSOCIATED SERVICES Purpose of the programme: Provide for various services including: compensation for losses on the government assisted housing scheme, assistance to organisations for the preservation of national memorials and to meet the protocol responsibilities for state functions. Compensation for losses: provides compensation for losses in the state housing guarantee scheme when public servants fail to fulfill their obligations. This sub-programme has no staff complement and has a total budget of R2.1 million, all of which is used for goods and services, specifically on contractors. Assistance to Organisations for Preservation of National Memorials: provides funding to the Commonwealth War Graves Commission and to the United Nations for maintaining national memorials. This sub-programme has no staff complement and has a total budget of R16.9 million, all of which is transferred to foreign governments and international organisations for the maintenance of national memorials. State functions: provides for the acquisition of logistical facilities for state functions. The sub-programme aims to ensure effective and efficient delivery of all state function activities. This sub-programme has no staff complement and has a total budget of R10.1 million, all of which is used for goods and services, mainly on contractors. Sector Education and Training Authority: aims to influence training and skills development throughout the construction industry. This sub-programme has no staff complement and has a total budget of R2.5 million, all of which is transferred to the Construction Education and Training Authority. 33
INFRASTRUCTURE BUDGET SUB-PROGRAMME: INFRASTRUCTURE The acquisition of infrastructure for DPW’s own accommodation needs as well as for the prestige portfolio, land ports of entry, dolomite risk management, inner city regeneration programmes and accessibility programmes in terms of the disability policy is funded from the Infrastructure (Public Works) allocation. Infrastructure Plan 1. New,Replacement, Upgrade and Additions No of projects Programme Main appropriation Revised Estimate Medium Term Estimates 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 2014/15 179Departmental 127 554 516 468 184 565 278 000 000 246 000 000 220 000 000 201Accessibility 25 000 000 28 000 000 30 000 000 32 000 000 51Dolomite Risk Management 120 000 000 46 000 000 130 000 000 160 000 000 180 000 000 142Land Ports of Entry 390 510 000 310 000 000 585 000 000 620 000 000 679 400 000 8Inner City Regeneration 124 000 000 122 000 000 140 000 000 418 653 000 636 732 000 129Special Projects 656 880 484 472 760 435 323 742 000 280 000 000 120 000 000 35
INFRASTRUCTURE BUDGET SUB-PROGRAMME: INFRASTRUCTURE (Capital) 36 ProjectApproved budget Justice, Pietermaritzburg Magistrates Office - Rehabilitation10 963 362 Verulam Prison, Rehabilitation of Old Prison, 21 Moss Street20 000 000 Pretoria, Upgrading of Public Works House (TPA)208 982 583 Umtata, Rehabilitation Project, Refurbishment/ upgrade of Mount Building 269 B for Home Affairs 9 493 231 Idutywa Houses, Rehabilitation of State House Erf 17 035 066 Gordons Harbour Repairs and Maintenance of Buildings, Civil Infrastructure5 400 000 Hout Bay, Harbour Repairs and Maintenance of Buildings, Civil infrastructure4 408 035 Middelburg, Grootfontein Repair and Renovation of Houses, Roads and Parking 11 000 000 Maintenance of Building, Bethlehe Prison, Repair and Maintenance Buildings4 503 716 Grootvle Prison Farm: Follow on Contract: Maintenance of electrical and Mechanical 5 410 334 Grootvle Prison Farm, Follow on Contract: Maintenance of building and Civil8 521 076
INFRASTRUCTURE BUDGET SUB-PROGRAMME: INFRASTRUCTURE (Capital) 37 ProjectApproved budget Renovations, Senekal Prison Repair8 065 549 Renovations, Parys, Prison Repair and Maintenance of buildings7 800 016 Caledon Helderstroom Prison – Repair of Housing Accommodation20 000 000 Caledon Helderstroom PR, Repair of Housing, Buildings and related services26 600 000 Civil infrastructure, Knysna Prison16 000 000 Paarl Drakenstein Prison Repair and Upgrade of High Voltage system20 000 000 Portervi Voorberg Prison Repair of Civil Works, Roads4 700 000 Cape Town Voorberg Prison Repairs of Mechanical and Electrical4 500 000 Durban Westville Prison17 200 000 Durban Prison, Ekuseni – Maintenance for Electrical10 000 000 Umzinto Prison – Repair and Maintenance of Buildings14 400 000 Dundee Prison – Repair and Maintenance of Buildings9 800 000
INFRASTRUCTURE BUDGET Consultancy Fees unpacked: Distinction between functional and management consultancy; DPW delivery model within the built environment value chain is within the functional consultancy field; In commissioning projects, irrespective of the value of a project, a professional team of functional consultants needs to be commissioned to comply with built environment and OH&S Legislation; The built environment private sector provides the functional consultancy we procure per project; These functional consultants account for 100% consultancy fees reflected (R135 million) for the 2012/13 financial year within the DPW Capital Budget (Note the consultancy figure for maintenance is being finalised) DPW has internal professionals which provide managerial functions which equate to management consultants, DPW does not engage the private sector for the management function. 38
INFRASTRUCTURE BUDGET (cont. …) 39 2. Maintenance and Repairs No of projects Programme Main appropriation Revised Estimate Medium Term Estimates 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 2014/15 1119Various 1 691 796 918 1 601 733 321 1 900 066 612 2 032 706 208 2 088 654 968
INFRASTRUCTURE BUDGET (cont. …) 40 Project Approved budget Durban, Durban nor,police station, Durban central: complete R&R to station co 70 484 333 Zonderwa,,prison, follow on contract: maintenance of electrical and mechanical 36 286 310 Krugersdorp, prison, group 4 prisons: repair and maintenance of buildings and 33 044 883 Pretoria, prison, follow on: repair and maintenance of civil works 32 034 571 Pretoria,ThabaTtswa,prison, follow on: Thaba Tshwane prison: repair and main 30 579 642 Caledon,,Helderstroom pr, repair of prison buildings and related services 27 900 000 Zonderwa,,prison, follow on: repair and maintenance of buildings, wet service 27 567 118 Pretoria, residential, heritage - facilities management contract for prestige 24 618 075 Pretoria,Baviaanspo,prison, Baviaanspoort prison: follow on maintenance of e 24 078 352 Johannes, Norwood,married quarter, repair and renovations of official quarter 23 559 810 Caledon,,Helderstroom pr, repair of housing, buildings and related services 20 600 000 Middledr,,prison, group 4 prisons: repair and renovations of buildings and 20 193 738 Cato Manor, Durban South, Police station, Cato Manor: complete R&R to station comp 19 191 505 Mount ay,,police station, repairs and renovation of police station including 17 410 827 Bisho,,, complete repairs and renovations to Bisho saints training co 16 888 894 Pretoria, Wonderboom mili, joint support base: repair and renovations of livi 15 642 307 Vanderbi,barrage,police station, barrage & vanderbijlpark police stations: r 15 536 770 Durban, Magistrate's of, ramp:follow-on contract 15 167 717
INFRASTRUCTURE BUDGET (cont. …) 41 No of projects Programme Main appropriation Revised Estimate Medium Term Estimates 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 2014/15 588Various 696 566 082 786 629 679 886 712 388 1 199 745 792 1 720 328 033 3. Rehabilitation, Renovations and Refurbishment
INFRASTRUCTURE BUDGET (cont. …) 42 Project Approved Budget Pretoria, public works ho, GPG building (old TPA): RKTP: upgrading 214 582 583 Newcastle, police complex, Newcastle H.J.van Eyk complex: complete R&R to enti 25 535 394 Paarl,,Drakenstein pri, repair and upgrade of high voltage system 20 560 000 Verulam,,prison, rehabilitation of old prison - 21 Moss Street 20 148 253 Empangen,,prison, repair and maintenance of electrical and mechanical install 17 281 871 Caledon,,Helderstroom pr, repair of housing accommodation and civil infrastru 16 400 000 Cape Tow, Kenilworth,residency build, repairs to parkhof flats 16 135 856 Ulundi,Durbn South,police complex, Ulundi administrative complex block: compl 15 863 078 Pretoria, national zoology, emergency repairs (electrical & mechanical) 11 976 185 Humansdo,,commando, heritage - rehabilitation of former commando building 11 974 333 Dundee, government office, rehabilitation of building for justice 11 704 033 Cape Tow, complex, ct-_various govt buildings: repair, modernization and main 10 600 000 Johannes,,complex, Jhb-various govt buildings: repair, modernization and main 10 500 000 Johannes, complex, Jhb-various govt buildings: repair, modernization and maint 10 412 657 Newcastl,Waterval,prison, waterval prison: maintenance for mechanical instal 10 000 000
BUDGET PER PROGRAMME Programmes Adjusted appropriation (R ‘000) 2012/132013/142014/15 Medium term estimates (R ‘000) Administration777 521893 978947 3801 004 730 Immovable Asset Management5 410 5455 364 0435 881 5866 236 611 Expanded Public Works Programme 1 575 1981 659 0001 961 0082 107 985 Property and Construction Industry Policy Regulations 34 90037 43639 18241 473 Auxiliary and Associated Services 31 58039 33940 67842 819 Total7 829 7447 993 7968 869 8349 433 618 43
MTEF ALLOCATION PER ECONOMIC CLASSIFICATION 44 Economic classification 2011/12 (R’000) 2012/13 (R’000) 2013/14 (R’000) 2014/15 (R’000) Compensation of employees 1,252,550 1,260,154 1,332,422 1,424,725 Goods and services 619,767 596,580 621,875 647,650 Office Accommodation 403,544 469,052 504,900 535,194 Transfers and subsidies 4,010,315 4,085,826 4,548,838 4,844,342 Buildings and other fixed structures (Infrastructure) 1,443,945 1,484,742 1,754,653 1,868,132 Machinery and equipment 94,222 91,770 101,162 107,232 Software and other intangible assets 5,401 5,672 5,984 6,343 Total 7,829,744 7,993,796 8,869,834 9,433,618
Devolution of Property Rates Fund to Provinces Province 2012/132013/142014/15 R'000 Eastern Cape200,825210,376222,243 Free State231,399244,755258,561 Gauteng281,470294,376310,982 Kwazulu-Natal551,100588,180621,359 Limpopo35,39937,02439,112 Mpumalanga76,87083,02987,712 Northern Cape43,91146,42449,043 North West178,183202,408213,825 Western Cape319,501345,422364,906 1,918,6592,051,9932,167,743 45
EPWP Incentives to Provinces and Municipalities EPWP Incentive Grants 2012/13 (R’000) 2013/14 (R’000) 2014/15 (R’000) EPWP Incentive Grant to Municipalities599 240701 924743 912 EPWP Incentive Grant to Provinces – Infrastructure292 761361 624383 255 EPWP Incentive Grant to Provinces – Social Sector217 401257 564272 972 1 109 4021 321 1121 400 139 46