REPORT ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT (SCM) POLICY FOR THE QUARTER ENDING DECEMBER 2023
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The purpose of this report is to assist Council to maintain oversight over the implementation of its Supply Chain Management Policy in terms of regulation 6 ofthe Municipal Supply Chain Management Regulations of 2005. It is the responsibility of each Municipality to have and implement Supply Chain Management policy which gives effect to the legislative framework.
The Accounting Officer of the Municipality must at the end of the Quarter submit the report to the Mayor and annually to the Council on the implementation of the supply chain management policy.
This report covers the period of October to December 2023 and was prepared in line with the Supply Chain Management policy as well as Municipal Finance Management Act No. 56 of 2003 (MFMA No.56 of 2003) in relation to the implementation of Municipal Supply Chain Management Policy.
The Municipality has established Supply Chain Management Unit in line with section III of the Municipal Finance Management Act No. 56 of2003 and its Supply Chain Management Policy.
Based on the approved staff establishment, the unit is having 80 positions, currently 37 (46%) positions are filled, of which 43 (54%) positions are vacant. The Supply Chain Mimagement Unit is functional and delivering its statutory mandate as prescribed by the National Treasury, however filling of vacant positions remains a critical aspect in providing quality service to