REQUEST FOR BIDS | Auditor-general SA

Bid responses must be deposited or hand-delivered

01 April 2021 - 16:21
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The Agsa invites bids for cleaning and legal services.
The Agsa invites bids for cleaning and legal services.
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The auditor-general 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.

The Agsa invites bids for the following requirements:

Request for bids.
Request for bids.
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NB: Bid responses must be deposited or hand-delivered to:

Supply Chain Management
Lynwood Bridge Office Park, ground floor, reception area
4 Daventry Road; Lynwood
Pretoria

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

Note for AGSA/04/2021: Please note that from March 23 2021, this advertisement, the bid document, the pricing schedule and the specification can be downloaded from the Agsa’s website (www.agsa.co.za) by clicking on the “Tenders” link. Interested bidders must follow the Agsa’s Covid-19 safety precautions, which can also be found on our website.

Note for AGSA/06/2021: Due to Covid-19 protocols, bidders interested in attending the briefing sessions are required to send their e-mail address indicating the tender number to Mphomok2@agsa.co.za before April 15 2021 to receive an invitation to the session. From March 29 2021, this advertisement, the bid document and the specifications can be downloaded from the Agsa website by clicking on the “Tenders” link. Interested bidders must follow the Agsa’s Covid-19 safety protocols when delivering bids and attending the compulsory briefing session. These protocols can be found on our website.

For general inquiries regarding bid numbers AGSA/04/2021 and AGSA/06/2021, e-mail Celia Mabusela at MabuselaC@agsa.co.za. Only written inquiries will be responded to.

This article was paid for by the auditor-general SA.