B-BBEE Scorecard definition

B-BBEE Scorecard means a scorecard for the measurement of broad-based black economic empowerment for a particular enterprise as set out in the B-BBEE Code of Good Practice issued in terms of the Act;

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Preferences will be taken into consideration by the Department in terms of the B-BBEE Scorecard.

However, these points will only be allocated to tenderers who submit a valid BBBEE Scorecard together with all the required supporting documentation.

Further, points will only be allocated upon submission of a valid BBBEE Scorecard.

The Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment (B-BBEE) Scorecard for the Marketing, Advertising, Public Relations and Communication sector should be read in conjunction with the Amended B-BBEE Codes of Good Practice available on http://www.acasa.co.za and www.prisa.co.za.

The bidder is expected to be evaluated on these principles and must present a valid BBBEE status certificate and BBBEE Scorecard based on the DTI Interpretative Guide to the Codes of Good Practice.

Points for Preference points will only be allocated upon submission of a valid and certified BBBEE Scorecard Calculate the total number of tender evaluation points for preferences claimed in accordance with the provisions of the tender data.

In bids where consortia / joint ventures are involved, these parties will qualify for point for their BBBEE status level as an unincorporated entity provided that the entity submits their consolidated BBBEE Scorecard as if they were a group structure and that such a consolidated BBBEE scorecard is prepared for every separate bid.

Failure to submit a valid BBBEE Scorecard will result in no points being allocated for Preferential Procurement.

PRASA will evaluate B-BBEE in accordance with the Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act and its Regulations and where a specific project B-BBEE Scorecard has been issued for a specific tender the Scorecard shall be used to evaluate B-BBEE.

Note:❖ A Trust, Consortium or Joint Venture will qualify for points for their B-BBEE Status Level as a legal entity, provided that the entity submits their B-BBEE Status Level certificate.❖ A Trust, Consortium or Joint Venture will qualify for points for their B-BBEE Status Level as an unincorporated entity provided that the entity submits their consolidated B-BBEE Scorecard as if they were a group structure and that such a consolidated B- BBEE Scorecard is prepared for every separate tender.

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