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Supply Chain Info - Tenders

A non-refundable fee of R250.00 will be payable for bid document issued to prospective bidders. Please deposit non-refundable fee into the following bank account:

Account Name:           National Regulator for Compulsory Specifications

Bank:                           ABSA

Branch Name:             Brooklyn

Branch Code:              335345

Account No:                4072161682

Account Type:            Current

 

Note: Bidders are required to produce a proof of payment (receipt) when collecting bid documents.

Sealed documents individually marked the above reference and description, must be placed in the Tender box (NRCS Tender Box) situated at ground floor, SABS Campus by the closing date and time. All bidders are encouraged to make their submission before the closing date and time. Bids will be publicly opened at SABS Campus 1 Dr Lategan Road, Groenkloof, Pretoria. No tenders will be accepted after the closing time. No tender per facsimile, posted or e-mailed will be accepted.

Administrative enquiries can be directed to Ms. Glenda Mathane (mathang@nrcs.org.za) Tel: 012 482 8831/8827/

NRCS is not obliged to appoint the cheapest tenderer and reserves the right not to accept any submission and to re-advertise if it so wishes. Service providers will be adjudicated according to the Supply Chain Management Policy using the  point system mentioned above, based on the Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act, Act 5 of 2005, preferential procurement regulations 2011, Public Finance Management Act, Act 1 of 1999, as well as the Broad Based Black Economic Employment Act, Act 53 of 2003.


 
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