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development through partnership

Cidb

2nd QTR REPORT

To

Parliamentary Portfolio Committee

Wednesday 20 June 2007

content 1 2
Content 1/2

Legislative framework and mandate

Projects for 2007/08

Construction Contact Centres

NCDP

NIMS

President’s Call Project

NYS

Support to 2010 Infrastructure Team

Support of Research Agenda

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Content 2/2

Stakeholder Forum

Internal HR Development

Registers Statistics

Grade 1 Contractors

RoPSP

Anti-Corruption-PACI

Board matters

Challenges

Conclusion

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legislative framework and mandate
Legislative framework and mandate

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CIDB Act 38 of 2000…mandates the CIDB to

  • provide strategic leadership to industry stakeholders to stimulate sustainable growth, reform and development
  • Exercise a regulatory function in the industry
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Legislative framework and mandate

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  • CIDB Act 38 of 2000…mandates the CIDB to establish the National Register of Contractors:
      • Facilitates public sector procurement, delivery and risk management
      • Supports contractor development
      • Promotes better performance - improved quality, safety, health and environment.
  • to categorise contractors in accordance with their capability
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Benefits of the RoC

Support risk management in the tendering process

Reduce the administrative burden

To facilitate sustainable growth and transformation of contractors, enable effective access by the emerging sector

Reduce tendering costs to clients and contractors

Promote minimum standards and contractor best practice

Enable access by the private sector

Provide information on the size, distribution, nature and development of contractors

To improve the performance of contractors

Legislative framework and mandate

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projects for 2007 08
Projects for 2007/08

Construction Contact Centres

First group of CCC

KZN, WC, GAUTENG and EC

KZN and WC operating in June and planned to be be launched in July

Gauteng operating in phases

Gauteng and EC to officially launch later-July/August

Second group of CCC-

- FS, Mpumalanga, Limpopo, NW and NC

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Projects for 2007/08

NCDP

Rolled out in KZN, Gauteng, WC and EC

Technical Task Teams established

Continuous engagement and refinement of NCDP framework

CIDB aligning provincial contractor development programmes

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Projects for 2007/08

NIMS

Champion from DPW nominated

Champion from cidb nominated

Programme Steering Committee – End of July 2007 to be established

Source of budget to be identified

CIDB/DPW to programme manage

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Projects for 2007/08

NIMS

NIMS will promote sound maintenance of infrastructure and facilities across the whole of the public sector, and set parameters for all public sector institutions to perform against

Strategy gives substance to present legislation, e.g. PFMA, MFMA and the Municipal Services Act

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intergovernmental coordination
Intergovernmental Coordination

The Minister of Public Works will provide political oversight within Cabinet

The national Department of Public Works will perform the role of lead department

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programme steering committee psc
Programme Steering Committee (PSC)

Presidency

National Department of Public Works

Chair as Lead Department

National Treasury

Department of Provincial and Local Government

Department of Public Enterprises

Department of Water Affairs and Forestry

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psc advisory group
PSC Advisory Group

An advisory group will be constituted to provide specific inputs and insights to the PSC and task teams

Organizations such as SANRAL, SALGA, IMESA, DBSA, the Business Trust etc. will be approached to serve on the advisory group in order to provide good practices, coordination and communications

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programme management
Programme Management

The Department of Public Works together with the Construction Industry Development Board (cidb) will provide overall programme management for the programme

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task teams 4 thrusts
Task Teams / 4 Thrusts

4 Task Teams

Strengthening the regulatory framework governing planning and budgeting for infrastructure maintenance

Assisting institutions with non-financial resources

Developing the maintenance industry

Strengthening monitoring, evaluation and reporting, and feeding this into a process of continuous improvement

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Projects for 2007/08

PRESIDENT’S CALL PROJECT

Eradication of mud schools

Development of local contractors using RoC

NCDP focus

CCC to improve reach out and support to local contractors

Co-operate with EPWP

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Projects for 2007/08

NYS

Cidb participating in developing module with CBE

Will provide staff to train recruited youth on career guidance

Assisted in developing framework for NYS programme for 5000 youths

Piloting through an ESDA when ready

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Projects for 2007/08

SUPPORT TO 2010 INFRASRUCTURE TEAM

2010 Procure Manual developed

Supported 2010 Team during their procurement processes for 2010 stadia-high level support

Will continue with high level support for further infrastructure procurement processes eg DoT roads for 2010

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Projects for 2007/08

Support of Research Agenda

To support skills development through various institutions and programmes: FET, Centres of Excellence, etc

Working with Universities to advance the research agenda

Campaign for students to stay at universities and pursue research and further academic training

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stakeholder communications
Stakeholder Forum

Stakeholder Forum reconstituted late 2006

Stakeholder Forum successfully met with Minister on 1 June 2007

Report being compiled

Provincial stakeholder workshops for all provinces-draft report compiled

Stakeholder communications

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INTERNAL HR DEVELOPMENT

Personal Development

CMP-2 candidates this year

Investment in staff

Part of staff retention

Part of attracting new quality staff

Develop/Overhaul HR policies-already started

Stakeholder communications

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registers statistics
Registers Statistics

Numbers from the Registers

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Current Status – Registers Statistics

There has been 1677 successful upgrades on the register, i.e. contractors improving on their gradings. 86.5% are by black owned enterprises.

black owned by grade only
Black owned by Grade only

3429

2728

80%

gaps

Medium sized contractors = 80% black ownership

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Youth owned – By Grading

Development targeting

gradings by province
Gradings by Province

National & provincial targets

registers statistics cont
Registers Statistics …Cont

Grade 1 Contractors

About 79% of RoC as Grade 1 Contractors

Need to manage quality

Need to introduce training and development

Support from clients

Need to separate grade 1’s from main register - but still register

Draft concept document

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ropsp
RoPSP

Register of Professional Service Providers

Process of consultation

Draft framework for RoPSP

Focus group meeting on 26 June 2007

Regulations to be developed

Piloting early in 2008

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anti corruption campaign
Anti-corruption Campaign

Registration with PACI/Transparency International

Board approved resolution to be signatory of PACI

Application being considered by PACI

Promote anticorruption in construction

Serve as a rallying point to encourage contractors and consultants to be signatories

Work with international bodies as corruption cuts across borders

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board matters
Board matters

New Board nominations

To finalise with Ministry end June 07

Follow recommendations from Independent Review and stakeholders

Independent Review Report

Submitted to Board

Then to submit to Minister

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challenges for 2007 08 and beyond
Challenges for 2007/08 and beyond

Challenges

Dealing with grade 1 registrations

Getting support from clients to support Grade 1 contractor development

Establishment of RoPSP

Successful rollout of CCC

Enforcement of compliance with regulations-focus from now on

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