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Title: Construction Industry Development Board (cidb)


1
Construction Industry Development Board
(cidb) Strategic Plan, Business Plan and
Budget - 2009/2010 and MTEF- Presentation to
NCOP SC 13 October 2009
2
Presentation Content
  • Overview
  • Distilled mandate
  • New Vision, Mission and Strategy
  • External Context for 2009/10
  • Internal Context for 2009/10
  • Strategic Objectives
  • Operational Plan
  • Key focus for 2009/10
  • Performance measurement
  • Risk and Fraud
  • Budget

3
cidb Act - Distilled Mandate
  • to provide strategic 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
Vision Mission
  • Vision 2012 and Beyond
  • A dynamic, innovative and development
    organisation that provides strategic leadership
    and an efficient service to stakeholders, leading
    to a transformed and competitive construction
    industry that delivers quality infrastructure,
    promotes economic growth, and an organisation
    that is caring for its employees.

Progress and building momentum
New implementation challenges!
6
Vision Mission
  • Mission
  • To direct and drive an integrated construction
    industry development strategy that transforms the
    role of industry and stakeholders for sustainable
    growth, improved delivery, performance and value
    to public and private sector clients, and
    investors through strategic partnerships to
    strategically and deliberately promote the
    empowerment of small, medium and micro
    enterprises to improve their capability and grow
    the economy to develop employees to be
    meaningful participants in the organisation.

Progress and building momentum
New implementation challenges!
7
External Context
  • Supporting interventions
  • Infrastructure delivery skills
  • Public sector delivery
  • Stakeholder Analysis Management
  • 5 Year Review recommendations

Progress and building momentum
New implementation challenges!
8
Internal Context
  • Operation and growth of RoC-see graphs and tables
    following this slide
  • Specialisation
  • Risk Exposure
  • Business Systems-
  • EDMS
  • CRS Software Upgrade

Progress and building momentum
New implementation challenges!
9
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 End March 2009 gt80 000

Total registrations (active suspended)
10
Class of Works by grading-Sept 2009
There have been 4,801 upgrades on the Register to
date. Black owned enterprises constitute 84 of
all upgrades.
11
Grading by Province September 2009
12
Actual no. of companies registered
13
Strategic Objectives
  • Organisational Capacitation
  • Value-added service delivery
  • Research and Development Agenda
  • Phase II of the Registers
  • Procurement Reform

Progress and building momentum
New implementation challenges!
14
OPERATIONAL PLAN STAFFING STRUCTURE
15
Operational Programmes
  • Programme 1 Growth and Contractor
    Development(GCD)- focuses on promotion of
    enterprise development, investment and spending
    as the basis for a stable, developing industry
    and the participation of the emerging sector.

Progress and building momentum
New implementation challenges!
16
Operational Programmes
  • Programme 2 Construction Industry Performance-
    focuses on improved performance and best practice
    for an industry that delivers reliable value to
    clients, investors and end-users, information on
    construction industry indicators to inform cidb
    strategy, policy makers and stakeholders.

Progress and building momentum
New implementation challenges!
17
Operational Programmes
  • Programme 3 Procurement and Delivery Management-
    focuses on enhanced public sector construction
    procurement and infrastructure delivery
    management capability of public sector clients
    enabling efficient and effective delivery of
    quality infrastructure to the public.

Progress and building momentum
New implementation challenges!
18
Operational Programmes
  • Programme 4 Construction Registers Services
    focuses on
  • Registration of contractors and both public and
    private sector projects
  • Regulation to effect improved performance and
    best practice of clients and suppliers.

Progress and building momentum
New implementation challenges!
19
Operational Programmes
  • Programme 5 Chief Executives Office focuses on
  • overall strategic leadership and governance in
    support of the Board
  • stakeholder consultations and communications.

Progress and building momentum
New implementation challenges!
20
Operational Programmes
  • Programme 6 Corporate Services, responsible for
  • financial management including registers fees
  • human resource administration-HR Admin
  • supply chain management-SCM
  • information technology-IT.

Progress and building momentum
New implementation challenges!
21
Key Focus for 2009/10
  • 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

22
Key Focus for 2009/10
  • 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
    NIMS-cidb role and budget for implementation

23
Key Focus for 2009/10
  • Phase II of the Registers-Best Practice
  • Quality
  • HS
  • Environment
  • Benchmarking- benchmarking clubs

24
cidb Best Practice Contractor Recognition Scheme
Enablers Business, HS, Quality, Env, etc
Grade
Results
9 2
SANS / ISO / OSHAS Management Systems AND Supply
Chain Development
Performance Reports
cidb Accredited Management Systems
cidb Competence Assessment
25
cidb Best Practice Project Assessment Scheme
Best Practice
Value
9 2
Construction Management Plans PUBLIC SECTOR
Energy Efficiency PUBLIC SECTOR
Skills / ESDA PUBLIC PRIVATE
Standard for Uniformity PUBLIC SECTOR
Performance Reports PUBLIC SECTOR
26
Key Focus for 2009/10
  • Establish ESDA funding, operation
  • HR Development
  • Internal audit process, Risk Management
    Corporate Governance
  • EDMS
  • Project Database

27
Key Focus for 2009/10
  • Contractor Development
  • Revised framework - National Contractor
    Development Programme -NCDP
  • Continue rollout in conjunction with DPW
  • W/shops with Provincial DPWs/other infrastructure
    department/entities
  • New Construction Contact Centres (CCC) LIMPOPO
    NW
  • Phase in value-add through CCCs

28
Key Focus for 2009/10
  • Stakeholder Forum (SF) 2009 23 Oct 2009
  • Nominations for new SF Members for next two years
    Finalised in Oct 2009
  • General Stakeholder engagements
  • 5-year review recommendations

29
Performance Measurement
  • Output targets set for each focus area (Section 6
    of Business Plan)
  • Example

30
Performance Measurement
Programme Strategic Project Operational Objective Target
Construction Registers Service Service Excellence Using Business Process Management (BPM) best practice to deliver sustained, measurable service excellence. Service areas include head office registrations processing, call centre and internal query resolutions unit. 31 Mar 2010
Construction Registers Service Enhancement of software systems Software systems to support flexible business processes, work flow integration and performance monitoring. Software to support integration of registration services across head office and CCC's. 31 Dec 2010.
31
Risk and Fraud
  • New Risk Committee appointed
  • 3 Board members, CEO, CFO, Ext member of Audit
    Committee Risk Governance Manager
  • Chaired by Board member
  • Review of key risks
  • Review of Risk Management Policy and Procedures
  • Special audit process integrity of RoC/Compliance

Progress and building momentum
32
2009/2010 BUDGET
33
Focus of 2009/2010 Budget
  • Building human resource capacity
  • Establishment of last 2 Construction Contact
    Center/s
  • Improve value-add at the Construction Contact
    Centres
  • Improvement of Registers service delivery
  • NIMS staffing and operationalisation
  • Focus on fraud and corruption/forensics
  • Enforcement of compliance

34
Focus of 2009/2010 Budget
  • Facilitating the establishment of the ESDA
  • Phase II of the Registers (Quality, HS,
    Environment)-Best Practice
  • Promotion of RD agenda
  • Academic institutions to teach cidb requirements-
    start the process
  • Benchmarking with international bodies
    benchmarking clubs
  • Continued support to 2010 Soccer World Cup
    infrastructure procurement-not necessary so far
  • EDMS-prioritised

35
Focus of 2009/2010 Budget
  • Stakeholder management
  • Upscale communication media/stakeholders/etc
  • ICT-hub of operations

36
Summary Budget (kR) (MTEF)
09/10 10/11 11/12 12/13
Organizational income
Registers 34 113 38 272 41 252 44 552
Transfer payments 59 269 63 665 65 959 66 882
Interest income 2 200 2 420 2 662 2 890

Total revenue 95 582 104 357 109 873 114 324

Standard item Expenditure
Personnel 42 738 49 686 50 887 55 677
Administrative 22 187 26 149 29 992 29 015
Capital 3 070 778 622 617
Operational 27 587 27 744 28 372 29 015

Total expenditure 95 582 104 357 109 873 114 324
37
Summary Budget per Programme (kR)
PROGRAMME 09/10 10/11 11/12 12/13
Office of the CEO 8 974 9 529 10 375 10 731
Corporate Services 24 995 29 400 28 234 29 887
Growth Contractor Development 21 133 22 441 24 433 25 270
Construction Industry Performance 9 395 9 977 10 862 11 234
Procurement Delivery 10 687 11 349 12 386 12 811
Registers 20 398 21 661 23 583 24 391
95 582 104 357 109 873 114 324
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