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Title: Construction Industry Development Board cidb


1
Construction Industry Development Board
(cidb) Business Plan and Budget - 2008/2009
- Second Term Parliamentary Portfolio Committee
09 May 2008
2
Presentation Content
  • Overview
  • Distilled mandate Structure
  • Achievements
  • Challenges
  • Key Focus for 2008/09
  • Key Internal Focus for 2008/09
  • Performance measurement
  • Focus on long-term staffing systems
  • BP approval process
  • Budget

3
cidb Act - Distilled Mandate
  • to provide leadership and an enabling
    regulatory and development framework
  • for
  • A total construction delivery capability to
    achieve South Africas economic and social growth
  • Sustainable growth and empowerment of
    historically disadvantaged
  • Global standards of performance and value to
    clients and society

Context Purpose of cidb
sustainable industry development
4
Implications of Distilled Mandate
  • Dual responsibility of cidb
  • An enabler/developer - WIP
  • A regulator/enforcer of compliance - a new focus
  • Change of direction critical to demonstrate value
    add in the industry

Context Purpose of cidb
sustainable industry development
5
STAFFING STRUCTURE
6
Achievements
  • Now gt 65 000 registrations (ca 50 000 active) vs
    ca 27 500 (2006)
  • More than 3 000 contractors upgraded (ca 87
    black)
  • Assessments done on a weekly basis
  • Backlog cleared early last year
  • Launched Registers Communication Drive Nov
    07-Improved understanding of requirements and
    quality as well as rate of applications

Progress and building momentum
New implementation challenges!
7
Achievements
  • Construction Contact Centres
  • Established in partnership with Prov DPWs
  • 4 already established Gauteng(PTA), WC(CT),
    EC(Bisho), KZN(Durban)
  • Last 5 being established this FY
  • Signed MOUs
  • Workforce Group
  • FNB
  • Fraud cases and Fraud reporting hotline

Progress and building momentum
New implementation challenges!
8
Achievements
  • Registration process simplified-latest Regs
    Amendments
  • Gr 1 effective Jan 2008-
  • over the counter registration, no certificate
  • no annual updates in second and third year,
  • no annual fees,
  • linked to development
  • Gr 2-9 amendments to regs published for public
    comments, till 30 May
  • Remove certificate
  • Remove bank rating
  • Adjust upper tender limits

Progress and building momentum
New implementation challenges!
9
Achievements Current Status-Registers Statistics
10
Achievements Stats- Exponential Growth
  • Increase in registrations
  • Dec 2004 1500
  • Dec 2005 7500
  • Dec 2006 27500
  • July 2007 42000
  • Dec 2007 55 000
  • End March 2008 gt 65 000

Total registrations (active suspended)
11
Achievements Current Status-Registers Statistics
National provincial targets
12
Black owned by Grade only
Medium sized contractors 80 black ownership
13
Women owned by grading
14
Women owned Mechanical Engineering
Development targeting
15
Class of Works by grading Eastern Cape
16
Class of Works by grading Free State
17
Class of Works by grading Gauteng
18
Class of Works by grading KwaZulu Natal
19
Class of Works by grading Limpopo
20
Class of Works by grading Mpumalanga
21
Class of Works by grading North West
22
Class of Works by grading Northern Cape
23
Class of Works by grading Western Cape
24
Achievements ..Continued
  • Developed Code of Conduct-already incorporated in
    the UCT curriculum for Construction Management-
    to expand into other academic institutions
  • Standard for Uniformity (SfU) incorporated into
    UCTs library of resources to expand into other
    academic institutions
  • Toolkit/IDIP (Infrastructure Delivery Improvement
    Programme) Rollout
  • 2010 Procure Manual

Progress and building momentum
25
Achievements ..Continued
  • Client capacitation workshop on construction
    procurement now accredited by ECSA-CPD pts for
    registered professionals
  • Stakeholder Forum-June 2007, report to SF members
  • 5-Year Independent Review Jan/Feb 2007, report
    published, handed over to Minister Dec 2007

Progress and building momentum
26
Achievements State of Industry Reports
  • Skills for Infrastructure Delivery in South
    Africa The Challenge of Restoring the Skills
    Pipeline (2006/07)
  • The State of Municipal Infrastructure (2007/08)
  • led to National Infrastructure Maintenance
    Strategy
  • The Building and Construction Materials Sector
    Challenges and Opportunities (2007/08)
  • materials shortages, opportunities for
    enterprise development, quality concerns
  • Health and Safety (in progress)

27
Achievements State of Industry Reports
  • Construction Industry Indicators 2007
  • performance of the contractor (26)
  • defects (25)
  • quality of tender documents and specifications
    (30)
  • safety
  • delayed payments (5 longer than 90 days)
  • breakfast launch May 2008
  • focuses cidb interventions

28
Achievements State of Industry Reports
  • cidb Quarterly Monitor
  • overview of the state of contractor development
    at Provincial level
  • input to developing targeted development
    intervention strategies in support of the NCDP
  • being presented to Provincial HoDs

29
Achievements cidb Quarterly Monitor
30
Achievements Performance Improvement
  • Contractor Guidelines
  • Series 1 2 (of 3) in print
  • Establishing a construction business
  • Operating a construction business
  • Executing a construction project
  • Benchmarking Clubs
  • launch KZN May 2008

31
Achievement Performance Improvement
  • Work progressing well on
  • cidb Best Practice Contractor Recognition Scheme
  • Supply Chain Development (7 8)
  • Construction Management Systems (5 6)
  • HS, Quality, Environment
  • Competence Assessment (2 to 4)
  • cidb Best Practice Project Accreditation Scheme
  • Close-out Reports

32
Achievements National Infrastructure Maintenance
Strategy
  • Strategy approved by Cabinet August 2006
  • Strategy and Brochure published
  • Task Teams 2 3 established
  • Programme Steering Committee to be established
    May
  • Launch by Minister 21 May 2008

33
Achievements ..Continued
  • New Audit Committee- Mid 2007
  • New Board appointed Dec 2007
  • Chair and Deputy Chair appointed Feb 2008
  • Both Audit and Remuneration Committees as board
    subcommittees constituted
  • Induction for Audit Committee and Board Feb and
    April 2008-completed

Progress and building momentum
34
cidb Strategic Challenge
Triple output 10 years, dep on power gen cap
Empowerment
Growth
Sustainable enterprises and emergence into
mainstream economy
convergence
Confirming the vision challenges
in
focus
Capability
Delivery
Consistent procurement delivery environment
Skills systems efficiency
Performance
Quality, safety, health and environment,
employment
35
Challenges
  • Current boom in the industry
  • Skills shortage-Demand side-Clients and supply
    side-contractors
  • Power generation capacity will dampen projected
    growth
  • Unprecedented volume of registered contractors
    continues to pose a challenge
  • Unemployment in the country
  • Shifting priorities

36
Challenges
  • Structure as a national organisation with
    provincial presence vs expectations, poverty
    alleviation, performance, growth, support by
    clients est business
  • Alignment of register with the Construction
    Charter- not yet gazetted as Section 9 Code
  • Revenue model-registers (long term sustainability
    and functionality?)
  • Partnerships with sister organisations/stakeholder
    s

37
Key Focus for 2008/09
  • Contractor Registration
  • Continuous improvement of registration process
  • Regulation amendments
  • Project Registration
  • Been slow/relaxations
  • Reprioritise Fast track and prioritise I-Tender
    RoP
  • Develop revenue model-consultation

38
Key Focus for 2007/08
  • Continue with public sector procurement reform
    streamlining, public sector capacitation, etc
  • Register of Professional Service Providers
    (RoPSP)- consultation, regs, pilot, rollout
  • Compliance enforcement-NB!
  • Public sector delivery improvement continue
    with IDIP DPW DoE DoH, Municipalities
  • National Infrastructure Maintenance Strategy
    cidb role and budget for implementation

39
Key Focus for 2007/08
  • Phase II of the Registers
  • Quality
  • HS
  • Environment
  • Benchmarking- benchmarking clubs
  • HR Development
  • Internal audit process, Risk Management
    Corporate Governance
  • EDMS
  • Project Database

40
Key Focus for 2007/08
  • Contractor Development
  • Revised framework - National Contractor
    Development Programme
  • Continue rollout in conjunction with DPW
  • W/shops with Provincial DPWs/other infrastructure
    department/entities
  • New Construction Contact Centres (CCC) FS,
    LIMPOPO, MPU, NW NC-mid to later this year-cost
    implications
  • Phase in value-add through CCCs

41
Key Focus for 2007/08
  • Skills
  • Report on Restoring the Supply Pipeline
  • Disseminate/distribute
  • JIPSA
  • Framework for Employment Skills Development
    Agency (ESDA) cidb facilitating
  • Work with CETA
  • Presidential/Government projects
  • Eradication of mud schools
  • National Skills Development Strategy
  • Support DRC and others
  • Continue Support to NYS

42
Key Focus for 2008/09
  • Stakeholder Forum (SF)
  • June 07 SF report sent to SF members
  • Task Teams with SF members, championed by cidb
    managers
  • Planned for August/September
  • Consulting with Minister for actual date
  • Provincial stakeholder workshops June-July
  • Nominations for new SF Members later in 2008 for
    next two years.

43
Key Internal Factors 2007/08
  • Organisational Capacitation
  • Expansion programme
  • Stability of Leadership level
  • Long-term staffing structure, incl CCC staff
  • Incl HR Development
  • Service Quality
  • Staff Training
  • Restructuring for efficiency---Registers CCC as
    service pt
  • Management Systems
  • to support the expanded business processes
    including financial management, risk management
    and performance management systems
  • Stakeholder Management

44
Performance Measurement
  • Output targets set for each focus area (Section 6
    of Business Plan)
  • Example

45
Performance Measurement
46
Revised Long-Term Staffing Structure
  • Structure should begin to stabilise from FY
    2009/10-other things held constant
  • Challenge with NIMS- clarity soon
  • RoPSP
  • To ensure sufficient programme depth
  • Current positions 112
  • Projected ca 161

47
BP Approval Process
  • Presentation to Board Oct 07
  • Incorporation of Board inputs and submission to
    DPW for approval by Minister Oct 07
  • Interaction with DPW-Progress review - Dec 07
  • Updating of BP based on review Feb/ April 08
  • (for information to Board-May 08)
  • Special motivation for budget adjustment-DPW
  • Adjustment of BP-April/May 2008
  • Submission of final BP to DPW May 08
  • Approval by Minister

48
2008/2009 BUDGET
49
Focus of 2008/2009 Budget
  • Building human resource capacity
  • Establishment of last 5 Construction Contact
    Centers
  • Improve value add at the Construction Contact
    Centres
  • Improvement of Registers service delivery
  • Restructuring CRS for efficiency
  • NIMS staffing may change depending on rollout
    requirements

50
Focus of 2008/2009 Budget
  • Facilitating establishment of the ESDA
  • Phase II of the Registers (Quality, HS,
    Environment
  • Promotion of RD agenda
  • Academic institutions to teach cidb requirements
  • Benchmarking with international bodies
    benchmarking clubs
  • Continued support to 2010 Soccer World Cup
    infrastructure procurement
  • EDMS

51
Summary Budget (kR) (MTEF)
52
Summary Budget per Programme (kR)
53
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