Welcome to SARS procurement. Here you can
-Register as a supplier
-Review published tenders
-See concluded tenders
-And look at tenders and bids received
Please Note: The following changes will be effected as at 1 April 2016:
Service Providers and suppliers who wish to render services to SARS will no longer register at SARS directly. Suppliers will have to register on National Treasury Central Supplier Database (“CSD”) as per National Treasury Circular No 3 of 2015/6 – Central Supplier Database. National Treasury will maintain the database for all suppliers for Government and its institutions.
All existing and prospective suppliers are requested to self- register on the CSD by accessing the National Treasury website at www.CSD.gov.za
All SARS tenders will be published on the National Treasury’s e-Tender Publications Portal, at the following website: www.etenders.gov.za
How is SARS procurement governed?
SARS’ Procurement and Supply Chain Management processes are subject to the provisions of;
the Public Finance Management Act No.1 of 1999 (PFMA)
the Treasury Regulations for departments, trading entities ,constitutional institutions and public entities, 2005 issued in terms of the PFMA
the Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act No. 5 of 2000 (PPPFA)
the Preferential Procurement Regulations, 2011 issued in terms of the PPPFA
the Supply Chain Management practice notes, instruction notes and circulars issued by National Treasury from time to time
SARS’ internal delegations of authority
These guidelines and legislations are incorporated in SARS’ External Procurement Policy. This policy sets out the processes and procedures followed by SARS when goods and/or services are procured.
It defines the legal, commercial and ethical parameters by which SARS employees and in particular its supply chain practitioners must conduct supply chain activities within SARS. This policy enables the proper and consistent application of procurement and supply chain management practices across SARS. The policy promotes efficient, transparent, equitable and effective procurement processes so as to achieve optimal value for money in terms of the total cost of ownership of the goods and/or services procured by SARS.