Procurement Compliance and Practises


The purchase and sale of goods and services is the lifeblood of any economy. South Africa is no different with a unique emphasis on activities in the Public Sector in an effort to bolster a flagging economy no longer isolated from the knock-on effects of global economic recession. In this unique environment it is the mandate of Government that all processes addressing the procurement or disposal of goods and services is seen to be above reproach.


One of the greatest challenges facing both the public and private sector is ensuring compliance to an organisations procurement rules. This is often reflected in off the book spend not linked to budget, approved suppliers or subject to negotiated special pricing. To this end Ability Solutions in conjunction with FlowCentric and key stake holders in both the private and public sector have developed a workflow driven business process template to address the supply chain management lifecycle in accordance with Municipal Finance Management Act No 56 of 2003, Public Finance Management Act No 1 of 1999, and generally accepted corporate principles.


Regardless of Private or Public sector, the underlying principles of an organisations supply chain management must be fair, equitable, transparent, competitive and cost-effective. Abilty’s Procurement Lifecycle Template delivers on these principles while still being able to respond to individual organisational demands and changes to legislation etc.



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