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Title: PRESENTATION%20TO%20THE%20SELECT%20COMMITTEE%20ON%20PUBLIC%20SERVICES


1
PRESENTATION TO THE SELECT COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC
SERVICES
  • STRATEGIC PLANNING AND BUDGET PRESENTATION
  • 07 May 2008

2
Context of the Presentation
  • The departments strategic plan is premised on
    the Governments pledge in SONA to work together
    to realise the core aspiration of our people to
    attain a better life for all
  • Consequently, in response to the Presidents call
    for business unusual the presentation attempts
    to sketch out the departments response and role
    towards the achievement of the Governments set
    out objectives.

3
Format of the Presentation
  • The presentation will expose the Committee on the
    departments role on the roll-out of the Apex
    Priorities
  • A high level Government policy issues relating to
    the interventions towards the transformation of
    the sectors falling under the departments
    responsibilities
  • A high level discussion of the departments
    programmes in general

4
Policy Unit
  • Objectives of the Policy Unit
  • To provide strategic leadership for sustainable
    growth, development and transformation of the
    property and construction industries

5
Key Performance Areas 2008-2009
  • In pursuance of DPWs mandate and broader
    government objectives, the Policy Unit will
    continue to -
  • provide strategic leadership for the growth,
    development and transformation of the
    construction- property industries
  • regulate the construction- property industries
    and related professions
  • promote best practice in the management of state
    immovable assets through roll out of the
    implementation of Government Immovable Asset
    Management Act (GIAMA)
  • contribute to the National Public Works
    Programmes and the Governments Programme of
    Action and
  • undertake a series of research to determine
    points of policy intervention to promote growth,
    development and transformation of both sectors

6
Transformation of the Property and Industry
  • As contribution to the transformation of the
    property sector, the department will establish a
    Property Incubator model to create an enabling
    environment to promote sustainable emerging
    enterprises in all the property activities of the
    department
  • Emerging enterprises, selected through a
    pre-approved criteria, to be in the Incubator
    Programme for a limited number of years
  • Work opportunities to be provided through
    selective procurement process as well as
    supply-side support such as access to finance,
    training, mentorship, enterprise development,
    etc.
  • Targets to be set taking into account the
    baseline.
  • These property activities include Facilities
    Management, lease broking, leasing, disposals.

7
Transformation of the Property and Industry contd
  • Quick wins to be identified
  • - lease broking
  • - property services such as cleaning, garden
    services with specific focus to promote women-
    and youth-owned enterprises (ensuring job
    security and quality)
  • - disposal of under and or unutilised buildings
    and small pieces especially residential
    properties
  • - release of land for land reform and low cost
    housing etc.
  • Department will target high levels of
    participation of emerging enterprises and
    individuals in these areas to get close to
    Cabinets target of 85.

8
Transformation of the Construction and Industry
  • Together with provincial departments of Public
    Works, the department will roll out the
    implementation of the National Contractor
    Development Programme (NCDP) supported by CIDB
  • - targeting emerging enterprises at all levels
    of the CIDP Register,-- support programmes to be
    structured in line with capacity requirements of
    the enterprises
  • Strategic co-operation to be established with
    different public and private entities.
  • Department will also roll-out the implementation
    of its Skills Development Strategy focusing on
    improvements through out the skills pipeline.

9
Regulation of the property and construction
industries
  • Recognising the developments in the property and
    construction industries, the department will
    conduct extensive reviews in the following
    policies and legislation
  • - its White Papers and Public Works and
    Construction industry
  • - legislation establishing the State Enterprises
    reporting to Public Works
  • - Review of Expropriation Act and CBE and
    Professional Councils Legislation is underway.
  • Conduct research on
  • - different pieces of legislation administered
    in different spheres of government that impact
    on property development
  • - different legislation administered in
    different spheres of government that regulate
    to construction industry.
  • Appropriate action to be taken depending on the
    outcome.

10
Best practice and uniformity in state immovable
asset management
  • In driving the implementation of GIAMA throughout
    national and provincial government departments,
    the department will
  • - finalise development of and publicise
    comprehensive guidelines on GIAMA for users and
    custodians
  • - assist provincial custodians to ensure state
    of readiness for implementation by ensuring
    that
  • gt asset registers are updated to meet the NT
    minimum requirements
  • gt vesting of state land
  • gt adequate capacity is developed to implement
    GIAMA
  • gt development of uniform policies for property
    and asset management.

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Contribution to National Public Works Programme
(NPWP) and job creation
  • Department will conduct research to assess
    current government initiatives that contributed
    to the principles of NPWP with recommendations on
    appropriate interventions
  • Appoint at least 10 interns during this current
    year.

12
Research
  • A Research Coordinating Committee will be
    established comprising all relevant units of the
    department to establish research agenda and
    coordinate all research.
  • Based on this a series of research will be
    undertaken to determine areas of intervention by
    the department.
  • Releasing of publications on critical economic
    information about the state of the industries

13
EPWP
  • Objectives of EPWP
  • Contribute towards the eradication of poverty
    through the creation of temporal work
    opportunities, income generation, skills
    development and exit opportunities where it is
    possible.

14
Key performance areas Strategic Review - 2008
  • FOCUS AREA 1 ENHANCING EPWP INTERNAL CAPACITY
    AND PERFORMANCE
  • Enhance internal EPWP capacity
  • Positive EPWP public profile
  • Improve EPWP reporting/verification/integrity
  • EPWP performance evaluation and action plan to
    improve qualitative performance
  • FOCUS AREA 2 ENHANCING DELIVERY OF THE EPWP
  • Enhance Municipal EPWP delivery capacity
  • Enhance Provincial EPWP delivery capacity
  • Enhance National DPW EPWP delivery capacity as
    implementer
  • FOCUS ARE 3 EXPANDING AND IMPROVING BENEFICIARY
    SELF SUFFICIENCY
  • Expand and improve beneficiary training
  • Facilitate the implementation of the exit
    strategy approach
  • FOCUS AREA 4 DEVELOPING A LONG TERM STRATEGY OF
    THE EPWP
  • Develop and secure agreement for the long term
    strategy of the EPWP
  • Identification of new areas for expansion
    including Environmental Sector

14
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KPA 1 Enhance internal EPWP capacity
Outcome Outputs
An efficient and effective nationwide institutional capacity is established that mobilises, supports, monitors and reports on the implementation of the EPWP Organisational development support provided to achieve reqd capacity review and adjust current structure Integrated management process established and maintained roles responsibilities at Provincial level resolved targets and protocols set
KPA 2 Positive EPWP Public Profile KPA 2 Positive EPWP Public Profile
Positive perceptions of the EPWP potential beneficiaries and the general public Compliance against visibility requirements promoted Communications Campaign to profile successes implemented ongoing high quality documentation of beneficiaries Constructive critical debate around the EPWP promoted Beneficiary awareness increased Information on progress of the EPWP against target communicated widely to the public including the development of tools
16
KPA 3 . Improve EPWP reporting/ verification/
integrity
Outcome Outputs
Accurate, timeous and comprehensive information on EPWP activities and outcomes are available to EPWP decision makers and managers and for packaging to the public. Implementers receive timeous and appropriate reports and feedback on their EPWP performance Development and implementation of a web-based EPWP MIS Effective utilization of the EPWP MIS Ongoing verification programme

Efficiency, effectiveness and impact of the EPWP improved Review and adjust evaluation framework Specific evaluations requested and undertaken An analysis report produced into the duration of work opportunities, level of labour intensiveness and implications for training and person year targets. An analysis report produced on cost benefit of labour intensive approaches Sector and programme managers participate in a critical analysis of their data and establish strategic interventions to improve sector and provincial performance
KPA 4 EPWP performance evaluation and action
plan to improve qualitative performance
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Focus Area 2 Enhancing delivery of the EPWP

KPA 5 Enhance Municipal EPWP delivery capacity
Outcomes Outputs
EPWP Municipal targets are met and/or exceeded specified target jobs, training, SME. EPWP contributes to improved service delivery at Municipal level. EPWP mainstreamed at Municipal level. Infrastructure technical support provided to 130 prioritized Municipalities Support provided to 30 Municipalities in addition to the 130 prioritized Municipalities Excellence recognised and rewarded Support for effective social facilitation provided New Venture Learnership and Cooperatives developed and supported Social Technical support provided to six metros and two district municipalities based on investigation Large infrastructure projects implemented EPWP Waste Management Initiative implemented Vukuphile Programme implemented
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Focus Area 2 Enhancing delivery of the EPWP

KPA 6 Enhance provincial EPWP delivery capacity
Outcomes Outputs
EPWP Provincial targets are met and/or exceeded specified target jobs, training, SME. EPWP contributes to improved service delivery at Provincial level. EPWP mainstreamed at Provincial level. Support provided to the Early Childhood Development (ECD) programme Support provided to the Home Community Based Care (HCBC) programme Technical support provided to the Large infrastructure project Technical support provided to the Access Roads programme Vukuphile Programme implemented Provinces supported to identify accommodation for social sector facilities in DPW managed properties Support provided to Provinces on NYS roll out New Venture Learnership and cooperatives developed and supported Excellence recognized and rewarded Support for effective social facilitation provided Technical support to new provincial social programmes provided subject to provincial commitments
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Focus Area 2 Enhancing delivery of the EPWP
KPA 7 Enhance National DPW EPWP delivery
capacity as implementer
Outcomes Outputs
DPW demonstrates its commitment to lead and contribute to the achievement of EPWP National targets work opportunities, training, SME and improves service delivery through the EPWP. DPW mainstreams EPWP in targeted programmes DPW Capital and Building Maintenance Projects are implemented as EPWP projects National youth service NYS involved in DPWs building activities Social sector facilities accommodated in un-used DPW managed properties
Focus Area 3 Expanding and improving beneficiary self sufficiency Focus Area 3 Expanding and improving beneficiary self sufficiency
KPA 8 Expand and improve beneficiary training KPA 8 Expand and improve beneficiary training
Ability and confidence of beneficiaries to access work opportunities is enhanced DoL processes for accessing beneficiary training streamlined all processes including role of public body Prior training prioritized and implementation motivated SETA processes for accessing learnerships and skills programmes accredited training streamlined Training content is adjusted to prioritize technical skills. Training provider capacity is enhanced Capacity of public bodies to manage and facilitate training is enhanced.
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Focus Area 3 Expanding and improving beneficiary
self sufficiency

KPA 9 Facilitate the implementation of the
exit strategy approach
Outcomes Outputs
Broad based understanding obtained amongst stakeholders and implementers on the role of the EPWP in respect of beneficiaries accessing sustainable exit opportunities. Specific exit plans are developed for EPWP supported SMEs/NYS A practical, implementable and sustainable exit framework is developed by sector for the EPWP
Focus Area 4 Developing a long term strategy for EPWP Focus Area 4 Developing a long term strategy for EPWP

Long term EPWP programme design formulated and approved Finalise Mid term Review Complete Strategic Review Formulate Concept report Formulate detailed report
KPA 10 Develop and secure agreement for the
long term strategy of the EPWP
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Focus Area 4 Expanding and developing a long
term strategy of the EPWP
KPA 11 Identification of new areas for
expansion
Outcomes Outputs
New areas identified and scoped Environmental sector review and other inputs are analysed and converted into an expansion plan for the sector Health Systems Trust social sector report and other inputs are analysed and converted into an expansion plan for the sector Jobs for Growth programme reviewed and EPWP expansion plan formulated An evaluation of Infrastructure services backlogs undertaken and EPWP expansion opportunities identified An evaluation of the 2010 transport programme undertaken and EPWP expansion opportunities identified
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ASSET MANAGEMENT
  • Objectives of Asset Management
  • Units specific purpose is to ensure that
    immovable asset owned and/or utilised for
    delivering various government services yields
    functional, economic and social benefits to the
    State for improved service delivery

23
Key Performance Areas 2008 -2009
  • Provide efficient and effective Asset Management
  • Implementing GIAMA-contribution to poverty
    alleviation and job creation, improving service
    delivery, complying with corporate governance
    requirements
  • Promoting BEE and contributing to the
    transformation of the construction and property
    industries
  • Supporting Expanding Public Works Programme
  • Accelerated and Shared Growth Initiative and
    (ASGISA) Joint Initiative for Priority Skills
    Acquisition (JIPSA)
  • Implementation plan for the Turnaround Strategy

24
National Infrastructure Maintenance Strategy
  • Cabinet has recognized the importance of
    infrastructure maintenance within government and
    the role that effective maintenance will play in
    support of ASGISA.
  • To this end cabinet has approved the National
    Infrastructure Maintenance Strategy (NIMS) and
    the Department of Public Works has been tasked
    with leading the implementation of the programme
    to deliver on the strategy.
  • Implementation of the strategy requires
    significant coordination within government, in
    order to ensure that all the organs of state plan
    effectively for and implement maintenance of
    their strategic infrastructure.
  • Infrastructure, in the form of public buildings,
    roads, water and sewerage systems, electricity
    and other services, supports quality of life and
    is the foundation of a healthy economy.
  • NIMS is going to be formally launched before June
    2008

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Asset Management Plans and GIAMA Implementation
  • Are assessed in relation to their performance,
    suitability, condition and the effect of the
    condition on service delivery ability and
  • Assets are decommissioned in line with assessment
    recommendations.
  • Asset management has completed the first set of
    User Immovable Asset Management Plans (UAMPs) and
    embarked on the second phase.
  • Guidelines for the Custodian Immovable Asset
    Management Plans (CAMPs) will be completed by 30
    July 2008 and the actual CAMP will be in place
    during the 2008/09 fiscal year.

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Access for People with Disabilities (AMs APEX
Priority 1)
  • Government has an obligation to make its
    buildings and facilities accessible to all its
    citizens, including people with disabilities.
  • The following categories of people are affected,
    include but not limited to physically disabled
    (minor to quadriplegia), ambulatory problems
    (from temporary to problems due to age
    infirmity), blind and partially sighted, hearing
    impaired, speech impaired, intellectually
    challenged and minors and the aged.
  • Although an amount of R 63 million was to be
    prioritised from the maintenance budget, it has
    since been resolved that the operations branch
    make access for people with disabilities
    mandatory in all new buildings specifications.
  • The old buildings will have to be prioritised
    from respective client departments capital
    budget.

27
Rehabilitation of Unutilised State Buildings
(AMs APEX Priority 2)
  • With a view of enhancing the value of State
    immovable assets and improving service delivery
    to clients, the department will embark on the
    rehabilitation of State-buildings primarily for
    use by government departments.
  • Priority will be given to properties that are
    strategically located to support the functions of
    the client departments.
  • Also, the properties that would stimulate
    economic development in all regions in the
    country will be given a priority.
  • An amount of R 233 million is required for
    2008/09, of which R 90 million from the Trading
    account augmentation has already been set aside.

28
Energy Efficiency Code
  • The Energy Code of conduct will, in essence,
    stand as a commitment between the Department of
    Public Works and its users to support specific
    objectives of the National Energy Efficiency
    Strategy as far as they relate to the buildings
    and facilities which are used by the DPW itself
    as well as those that are under its
    custodianship.
  • Hence, in January 2008, the National Electricity
    Response Team comprising relevant national
    government departments, metropolitan
    municipalities and their agencies, Eskom and
    relevant regulatory bodies in order to align
    themselves with the goals set for improving
    energy efficiency and conserving power.
  • To this end, the department of Public Works has
    established short, medium and long term
    interventions to be implemented with a major
    element of this intervention as the commitment of
    the Government immovable assets users and DPW
    lessors to implement initiatives that improves
    energy efficiency.

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Prioritisation of Capital and Maintenance
  • The department annually embarks on prioritisation
    of maintenance and capital budgets with a view to
    compile an annual implementation programme.
  • The department is currently developing policy and
    strategy for maintenance to facilitate
    development of maintenance planning for every
    fiscal year.
  • Summarised below is the short-term prioritization
    criteria
  • Statutory compliance with respect to the
    following legislation OHSA, PFMA, PPPFA, other
    Land, Environmental and Safety Legislation
    Security measures e.g. prevention of escapes and
    safe-keeping of firearms.
  • MTEF Prioritisation has an added criteria viz.
    EPWP, Project consolidate, ASGISA, APEX

30
Border Control Operational Co-ordination
Committee (BCOCC)
  • The BCOCC portfolio aims to integrate,
    coordinate, plan and programme manage all
    physical infrastructure and ICT developments on
    land, air, sea and the rail ports of entry (the
    Border-line) on behalf of numerous departments
    (like SAPS, SARS, Home Affairs, Agriculture,
    Health and NIA).
  • DPW has been mandated to chair the BCOCC
    Infrastructure Committee.
  • Budget allocations for the 2008/2009 stand at
    R478 820 000. 2010 Infrastructure Projects (Ports
    of Entry) include Lebombo Port of Entry
    Redevelopment (RSA / Mozambique), Golela Port of
    Entry Redevelopment (RSA / Swaziland) and
    Skilpadshek Port of Entry Redevelopment (RSA /
    Botswana)

31
Asset Register Enhancement
  • A more co-coordinated approach is implemented to
    accelerate improvement of the asset register.
  • The asset register enhancement project in
    2005/06, was put in place in order to improve
    data integrity of the departments asset
    register, service delivery and to facilitate
    asset and property management in the department.
  • Phases 1 and 2 entail the collection, research
    and verification of property information as well
    as the capturing of new and missing verified
  • Continuous identification of assets yet to be
    accounted for.
  • The interoperability of Information Systems (PMIS
    and WCS)

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Condition Surveys
  • The unit has embarked on the Condition Audits of
    the State owned properties that would establish
    the status quo for each building and facility has
    to be as well as all those buildings that are
    found, (via the status quo reports) to be in need
    of upgrade.
  • Funds and manpower are being procured for
    investment to effect the required improvements.
  • The completion of this exercise is expected to be
    31 March 2009.

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Valuations
  • The department is also researching affordable
    system for property valuations that comply with
    accounting standards, in particular GAAP in a
    Trading account environment.
  • Valuation standards and methodology which
    encompasses three valuation templates, namely
    depreciated replacement cost, income
    capitalisation and comparative sales method, have
    been submitted for approval by the National
    Treasury.
  • This unit is on track with the completion of all
    residential portfolio and 30 remaining assets.
  • For 2008/07, this is being done in-house as the
    budget allocation kicks off in the fiscal year
    2009/10 with R 30 million.

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Client Value Proposition (CVP)
  • During 2007/08 DPW signed 90 of the MOUs with
    respective client departments
  • Once the signing of all SLAs is complete, the
    Department will develop Client Value Propositions
    (CVPs) for all clients.
  • CVPs will be constructed after finalisation of
    SLA where service delivery standards will be
    articulated and other products and services, that
    the department offers, will be clearly defined.
  • It has to be noted however, that the capacity
    within KAM will need to be enhanced in order to
    handle the sophisticated expectations of the CVP.

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Budget Allocation 2008/9
Expenditure Item 2007/08 2008/09
Compensation of Employees (excluding EPWP) 731 567 781 482
Property Management - Accommodation Charge 276 965 286 180
Trading Entity transfer 476 000 528 000
Infrastructure (Capital Works) 863 044 1031 208
Municipal Rates 836 570 889 325
EPWP - Compensation of Employees 28 000 30 000
- Operating allocation 56 612 94 709
Transfer Payments to CIDB 49 891 41 891
Transfer payments to CBE 23 939 26 286
Transfer Payments to Agreement Board 7 613 8 070
Auxiliary Services 23 380 25 853
Administration (excluding EPWP) 385 883 398 398

Total 3 759 464 4 141 402
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Other Departments
CAPITAL Allocation 2008/09 Total
Agriculture 20,942,896.00
Arts Culture 187,582,787.00
Correctional Services 670,000,000.00
Defence 111,656,223.00
Home Affairs 37,628,846.00
Justice 513,311,811.00
Labour 46,000,000.00
Land Affairs 2,212,063.00
SAPS 650,000,000.00
  2,239,334,626.00
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BUDGET ALLOCATION SUMMARY
Programme Adjusted Medium Term Expenditure Estimate Medium Term Expenditure Estimate Medium Term Expenditure Estimate
R thousand Appropriation      
  2007/08 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11
1. Administration 647 360 687 317 767 116 843 181
2. Provision of Land 2 898 280 3 195 491 3 698 985 3 968 982
and Accommodation        
3. National Public Works 189 444 232 741 276 586 319 952
Programme        
4. Auxilliary and Associated 24 380 25 853 27 306 28 944
Services        
TOTAL 3 759 464 4 141 402 4 769 993 5 161 059
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PROGRAMME 1. ADMINISTRATION
  • Over the MTEF period the budget of the
    Administration programme rises by an average of
    9.2 mainly as a result of the departments
    relocation costs as well as additional
    allocations for accommodation costs.

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PROGRAMME 2. PROVISION OF LAND AND ACCOMMODATION
  • Over the MTEF period the budget of the programme
    rises by an average of 11 as a result of growth
    in the allocations for
  • -Provincial Property Rates
  • -Asset Management Projects
  • -Augmentation of the PMTE

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PROGRAMME 3. NATIONAL PUBLIC WORKS PROGRAMME
  • The budget of programme 3 grows by an average of
    19.1 over the MTEF period owing mainly to
    sizeable increases in the budget of the Expanded
    Public Works Programme, which grows by
  • - R30 million 2008/09
  • - R 50 million 2009/10
  • - R 80 million 2010/11

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PROGRAMME 4.AUXILIARY AND ASSOCIATED SERVICES
  • This programme sees a modest increase of 5.9
    mainly to cater for inflation. From
  • - R25.9 million in 2008/09 to
  • - R28.9 million in 2010/11

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ECONOMIC CLASSIFICATION
Economic Classification Adjusted Medium Term Expenditure Estimate Medium Term Expenditure Estimate Medium Term Expenditure Estimate
R thousand Appropriation      
  2007/08 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11
Current Payments 1 467 180 1 580 315 1 840 049 2 004 403
Transfers and Subsidies 1 412 142 1 512 706 1 705 970 1 848 190
Payments to Capital Assets 880 142 1 048 381 1 223 974 1 308 466
TOTAL 3 759 464 4 141 402 4 769 993 5 161 059
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ECONOMIC CLASSIFICATION
  • In the 2008/09-2010/11 MTEF period the budget of
    the department sees the biggest growth in Capital
    expenditure in line with the broader government
    programme of the intensification of
    infrastructure development.
  • Analysed by economic classification the budget
    grows as follows
  • - 11 Current Payments
  • - 9 Transfers and Subsidies
  • - 14 Payments for Capital Assets

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MAJOR INFRASTRUCTURE ALLOCATIONS
  • The following amounts have been allocated for
    both DPW and the Border Control Operational
    Co-ordinating Committee (BCOCCs) infrastructure
    budgets over the MTEF period
  • R1 billion 2008/09
  • R1.2 billion 2009/10
  • R1.3 billion 2010/11
  • BCOCC funds are utilised to improve border post
    facilities in part to facilitate preparations for
    the 2009 FIFA Confederations Cup and the 2010
    FIFA World Cup.

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MAJOR INFRASTRUCTURE ALLOCATIONS
  • A number of assets will be acquired/upgraded for
    the Re kgabisa Tshwane project which aims to keep
    national government head offices within the inner
    city of Pretoria. These assets include the
  • HG de Wit Building (R66 million)
  • Old TPA Building for DFA (R250 million)
  • Agrivaal Building for GCIS (R200 million)
  • Around R1 billion will be spent on the
    upgrading, maintenance and improvement of
    immovable assets of the state.

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