The Tender Policy and Procedures adopted by the Nkomazi SEZ shall further the Government’s agenda of social and economic development. The policy shall adhere to the following:
- Value for money;
- Fit for purpose.
- Open and Effective Competition
- Ethics and Fair Dealing
- Accountability and Reporting
Tender Specification is to be read together with following applicable documents:
- Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act (PPPFA);
- Broad-based Black Economic Empowerment Act (B-BBEE);
- Nkomazi SEZ Procurement Policy & Procedures;
- Construction Industry Development Board’s (CIDB’s) Code of Conduct; and
- Public Finance Management Act (PFMA).
Grounds for disqualifiers during evaluation stage
The following disqualifiers will be used:
- Bidder that sought to influence the adjudication process;
- Collusion among bidders;
- Misrepresentation of information;
- Any service provider or its principals (or both) who have been involved in a corrupt and fraudulent practices, not only with the Nkomazi SEZ but anywhere else;
- Bidder who has a pending liquidation, in receivership, bankrupt/insolvent (actually and commercially)
- Tendered price unrealistically low and posing commercial risks to the client;
- Poor past performance (the focus is on gross poor performance and a clear trend of poor performance needs to be established).