DBSA definition

DBSA means the Development Bank of Southern Africa Limited. 1.12.DFI means development finance institution.1.13.Evaluation Criteria means the criteria set out under the clause 26 (Evaluation Process) of this Part C, which includes the Qualifying Criteria and Functional Criteria.1.14.Functional Criteria means the criteria set out in Part C.1.15.Intellectual Property Rights includes copyright and neighbouring rights, and all proprietary rights in relation to inventions (including patents) registered and unregistered trademarks (including service marks), registered designs, confidential information (including trade secrets and know how) and circuit layouts, and all other proprietary rights resulting from intellectual activity in the industrial, scientific, literary or artistic fields.1.16.PFMA means the Public Finance Management Act, 1999.1.17.PPPFA means the Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act, 2000.1.18.PPPFA Regulations means the Preferential Procurement Regulations 2017, published in terms of the PPPFA. 1.19.Proposed Contract means the agreement including any other terms and conditions contained in or referred to in this RFP that may be executed between the DBSA and the successful Bidder.1.20.Qualifying Criteria means the criteria set out in Part C.1.21.Request for Proposals or RFP means this document (comprising each of the parts identified under Part A, Part B, Part C and Part D) including all annexures and any other documents so designated by the DBSA.1.22.SARS means the South African Revenue Service.1.23.Services means the services required by the DBSA, as specified in this RFP Part D. 1.24.SLA means service level agreement.1.25.SOE means State Owned Enterprise, as defined by the Companies’ Act.1.26.Specification means the conditions of tender set and any specification or description of the DBSA’s requirements contained in this RFP.1.27.State means the Republic of South Africa.1.28.Statement of Compliance means the statement forming part of a Tender indicating the Bidders compliance with the Specification.1.29.Tender Manager means the person so designated under clause 3 (Tender Manager) of this RFP Part C.1.30.Tendering Process means the process commenced by the issuing of this Request for Proposals and concluding upon formal announcement by the DBSA of the selection of a successful Bidder(s) or upon the earlier termination of the process.1.31.Website means a website administered by DBSA under its name with web address www.dbsa.org
DBSA means the Development Bank of Southern Africa Limited, a juristic person incorporated in accordance with section 2 of the Development Xxxx xx Xxxxxxxx Xxxxxx Xxx, 0000;

Examples of DBSA in a sentence

  • This period may be extended by written mutual agreement between the DBSA and the Bidder.

  • No binding contract or other understanding for the supply of services will exist between the DBSA and any Bidder unless and until the DBSA has executed a formal written contract with the successful Bidder.

  • Each Bidder, by submission of their Bid, is deemed to have licensed the DBSA to reproduce the whole, or any portion, of their Bid for the sole purposes of enabling the DBSA to evaluate the Bid.

  • Upon submission in accordance with the requirements relating to the submission of Bids, all Bids submitted become the property of the DBSA.

  • The DBSA will not be held responsible for, or pay for, any expense or loss that may be incurred by Bidders in relation to the preparation or lodgement of their Bid.

  • If the Bidder submits its Bid and a subsequent conflict of interest arises, or is likely to arise, which was not disclosed in the Bid, the Bidder must notify the DBSA immediately in writing of that conflict.

  • The DBSA may immediately disqualify a Bidder from the Tendering Process if the Bidder fails to notify the DBSA of the conflict as required.

  • The DBSA has restricted the period during which it will accept questions or requests for further information or clarification and reserves the right not to respond to any enquiry or request, irrespective of when such enquiry or request is received.

  • The DBSA may in its absolute discretion reject a Bid that does not include the information requested or is not in the format required.

  • The determination of the DBSA as to the actual time that a Bid is lodged is final.

More Definitions of DBSA

DBSA means the Development Bank of Southern Africa Limited, existing under the Development Bank of Southern Africa Act, 1997 of the RSA;
DBSA means the Development Bank of Southern Africa Limited, a development funding institution reconstituted and incorporated in terms of the Development Bank of Southern Africa Act, No. 13 of 1997.
DBSA means the Development Bank of Southern Africa Limited, established and operating as a statutory quasi-public institution under the Borrower’s Act No. 13 of 1997;
DBSA means Deutsche Bank S.A..
DBSA shall have the meaning assigned to such term in Section 4.8 of the LP Agreement.
DBSA. , "Bank" or “we” means the Development Bank of Southern Africa Limited, acting in our capacity as principal or agent;

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