Public Sector


This summit examines strategies essential to successfully implementing new government policies, and shares best practice in public sector supply chain management. Practical case studies will position supply chain management as a strategic function at all levels of government.


Procurement is a strategic tool in the hands of organisations. Governments around the world have realised that procurement can be utilised to achieve social, economic and strategic organisation objectives. The conference shows how procurement spend can be utilised to achieve provincial objectives while ensuring economic growth, transformation and public value.


Director Generals
Deputy Director Generals
Chief Directors
Deputy Chief Directors
Heads of Supply Chain
Chief Financial Officers
SCM Managers
Procurement Managers
Chief Buyers
Contract/Project ManagersProject Managers
Finance Managers
Municipal Managers
Operations Managers
BEE Managers
Commodity/Category Manager
Logistics Managers
Tender Managers
Internal Audit Managers


Delegates will find out how:

– The New Public Audit Amendment Act will change the landscape of SCM in South Africa.
– Subcontracting Dilemmas and fallouts can be dealt with successfully in the public sector space.
– The Irregular expenditure framework can be effectively managed and implement appropriate disciplinary processes.
– To prepare themselves for SCM legal battles by looking at procurement lessons from The Lebone case and at moderated or consensus scoring.