Procurement

Lexis® Practical Guidance Procurement focuses on the issues which relate to the public and private procurement and supply chain sector.
It focuses on how to deal with accountability and reporting; strategies for implementation; sourcing management; supplier relationships and contractual aspects.

Expert guidance is provided on how to deal with procurement issues in the public and private procurement sector and what requirements may be necessary to be complied with.


Expert Contributors
Kamogelo Mampane

Kamogelo Mampane (MBA, MCIPS, FCIPS) has 20 years’ experience in Supply Chains, Engineering and Management operating at Executive and Board level.

Kamogelo Mampane is a Founder and Chief Executive Officer of TK Global Experts, Advisory Board Chairperson of State Owned Entities Procurement Forum (SOEPF), a member of Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply (CIPS) Africa Board and the Chairperson of Tshwane University Supply Chain/Logistics Advisory Board. He was awarded the highest grade of the professional body status as a Fellow of Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply (UK) or FCIPS.

His company TK Global Experts offers Supply Chain Advisory services to companies, board members and Executive Committees. He is a thought leader is strategic procurement, supplier and enterprise development, spend transformation / diversity and assists companies to leverage on supply chain and procurement to achieve South African development goals. His company also assist companies to implement leading practice supply chain principles, training and IT Solutions to optimise their procurement and supply chain process.

He started his career as an electrical engineer and got involved in some of the large construction projects in the country. He then joined Transnet where he assisted Transnet Freight Rail to develop and implement Procurement Governance Structures in different regions and also trained members of the Regional Procurement Tender Committee. Mr. Mampane managed the supply chain operations of the coal-line which was the second revenue stream for Transnet Group, the line included areas such as Thabazimbi to Richards bay, Zimbabwe and Maputo corridors (1998 – 2008).
As a Consultant he developed some frameworks and leading practices such as Strategic sourcing, supplier relationship management, Contract Life Cycle Management (CLM), e-Sourcing for companies such as Eskom and SARS etc. He also facilitated and managed one of the most effective State Owned Entities (SOE) training intervention called Strategic Sourcing Bootcamps which was an intense learning experience for Supply Chain Management professionals that was designed to challenge SOE’s most talented staff, under extreme conditions, ensuring that they are equipped with the most up to date tools and techniques to generate the best deals for State Owned Entities.

 
Table of contents.

  • Nature purpose and scope of procurement law
  • South African Constitution
  • Public procurement laws
  • Fundamental concepts

  • Accounting officer roles
  • Capacity development

  • Strategy development
  • Procurement return on investment
  • Procurement risk management
  • Target Setting

  • Demand management framework

  • Internal procurement
  • Intergovernmental procurement
  • Establishment of panels and databases
  • Procurement cards buying
  • Quotation process
  • Tender process
  • International sourcing
  • Transversal contracts

  • Stakeholder management and kick off
  • Spend management
  • Market analysis
  • Strategy development
  • Negotiations in procurement

  • Supplier relationship management principles
  • Supplier development and supply base localisation

  • Laws governing contract management
  • Contract management principles

  • Disposal and reverse sourcing

  • Supply Chain operations
  • Stock management

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