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Calculating Total Measured Procurement Spend

This course has been designed to provide a non-finance person a simplistic understanding of the requirements and methodologies to calculate the TMPS

Course details

Date: TBC
Time: 09h00 – 10h00
Venue: LIVE ONLINE
Cost: R 2 600 ex vat

Duduzile Malefetsa

BEE Academy Facilitator

Duduzile has been working in the B-BBEE industry for over 5 years. She has experience in B-BBEE consulting, verification and has worked as an in-house transformation specialist. She has worked with big multinational and local entities in various sectors both in consulting and verification. Her finance background and qualification add value to how she looks at B-BBEE. She has a passion for knowledge transfer.

Calculating Total Measured Procurement Spend

The Total Measure Procurement Spend (TMPS) is the basis for calculating the Preferential Procurement score, but how is this done? This course has been designed to provide a non-finance person a simplistic understanding of the requirements and methodologies to calculate the TMPS.

Prerequisite: Attendees are required to have a basic understanding or familiarity with the Amended Codes of Good Practice’s Statement 400, mainly focusing on the Preferential Procurement sub-element.

Topics Covered

  1. Unpacking Total Procurement Spend
  2. Understanding Qualifying Exclusions to get to a TMPS figure
  3. Discuss the impact of certain expenditure not qualifying as an exclusion
  4. Understanding the evidence requirements for TMPS
  5. Learn how to reconcile your company’s TMPS to your supplier list.

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