REQUESTS FOR BIDS | Agsa invites bids for security services

The bid documents can be downloaded from the Agsa website

07 September 2020 - 07:45
The Auditor-general of SA is inviting bids for security services.
The Auditor-general of SA is inviting bids for security services.
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The Auditor-general of SA (Agsa) has a constitutional mandate and, as the supreme audit institution of SA, exists to strengthen our country’s democracy by enabling oversight, accountability and governance in the public sector through auditing, thereby building public confidence.

Agsa invites bids for the following requirements:

Request for bids.
Request for bids.
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Note: Bidders who are interested in attending the non-compulsory briefing session must send their e-mail address indicating the tender number to and before September 8 2020 to receive an invitation to the session.


Senior manager: Supply Chain Management
PO Box 446


Supply Chain Management
Brooklyn Gardens, East Wing, first floor
235 Veale Street (corner Veale and Middel Streets)
Nieuw Muckleneuk, Brooklyn

Bids can also be submitted electronically by OneDrive. It remains the bidder’s responsibility to ensure that bids submitted electronically are fully received.

Special condition of bid

In line with Agsa’s transformation strategy, which is guided by the broad-based BEE (BBBEE) codes of good practice, the organisation aims to be a key contributor to socioeconomic change in the country. Agsa therefore prioritises procurement from businesses certified at BBBEE levels 1 or 2. It may also give preference to companies which are at least 51% black-owned and at least 30% black women-owned.

Please note: this advertisement, the bid document, the pricing schedule and the specification can be downloaded from the Agsa website by clicking on the “Tenders” link. Interested bidders must follow Agsa’s Covid-19 safety precautions, which can also be found on the website.

For general enquiries, please email Celia Mabusela at Only written enquiries will be responded to.

This article was paid for by the Auditor-general of SA.