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Standard Bidding Documents -SBD Forms

SBD forms or Standard Bidding Documents form part of all advertised tenders and are required to be completed by all bidders or tenderers. Not completing the Standard Bidding Documents or Sbd forms applicable to a particular tender would lead to disqualification. There are many different types of Standard Bidding Documents or SBD forms; however, not all of them are applicable to all tenders that you would be required to bid for. Generally, if a particular sbd form or Standard Bidding Document is applicable, it would be supplied as part of the tender documents or communicated under the general information applicable to the tender in question

SBD 1 – Invitation to bid

Requires that applicants agree to be bound by bid’s terms and conditions.

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SBD 3.1 or 3.2 or 3.3 – Pricing schedule

Requires a summary of the applicant’s price and motivation. Applicants should motivate their price offer by describing the product/service to be supplied and the experience of the person(s) who will perform the service.   [NB: a separate, detailed proposal document can also accompany submitted bid if it is required in the bid specifications.]

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3.1

3.2

3.3

SBD 4 – Bidder’s Disclosure

The SBD 4 : Declaration of interest was  replaced with The SBD 4: Bidders Disclosure effective 31 March 2022. The SBD 4 : Bidder’s Disclosure is required to be completed and submitted with all tenders

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SBD 5 [not always applicable] – National Industrial Participation (NIP) Programme

 Refers to Industrial Participation Programme, i.e. contracts with imported content of US$ 10 million or higher have an industrial participation (IP) obligation, which must be addressed in the bid.

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SBD 6.1 – Preference points claim form

requires Preferential Procurement Points claims.

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SBD 6.2 – Declaration certificate for local production and content for designated sectors

requires declaration of bidder’s local content

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SBD 7.1 or 7.2 or 7.3 – Contract form

 Represents a contract form that binds the parties should their bid be successful. There is a different form for purchases (7.1), services (7.2), and sales (7.3).

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7.1

7.2

7.3

SBD 8 – Declaration of bidder’s past supply chain management practices

Requires declaration of bidder’s past supply chain management practices.

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Please note that the new SBD 4: Bidder’s Disclosure replaced the old SBD 4: Declaration of Interest, the SBD 8: Declaration of bidder’s past supply chain management practices,  and SBD 9: Certificate of independent bid determination effective 31 March 2022

SBD 9 – Certificate of independent bid determination

requires declaration from bidder to prevent bid-rigging

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Please note that the new SBD 4: Bidder’s Disclosure replaced the old SBD 4: Declaration of Interest, the SBD 8: Declaration of bidder’s past supply chain management practices,  and SBD 9: Certificate of independent bid determination effective 31 March 2022

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