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DPW PRESENTATION TO THE PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE Provisional 1 st Quarterly Performance Report up to DPW PRESENTATION TO THE PORTFOLIO COMMITTEE Provisional 1 st Quarterly Performance Report up to 23 June 2011 Presented by Acting Director-General: S Vukela 28 June 2011 1

QUARTERLY OVERVIEW BY MEASURABLE OBJECTIVE PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION 1. 1 FINANCE & SUPPLY CHAIN QUARTERLY OVERVIEW BY MEASURABLE OBJECTIVE PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION 1. 1 FINANCE & SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT Measurable Objectives: Provision of financial management advice and services to all the branches of the department for improved service delivery and compliance with the financial regulations. Outputs/ Deliverables Improved budgeting Performance Indicators Facilitate the compilation of the budget for the department: MTEF Rollovers Adjustment Estimates of National Treasury Expenditure Annual Target FY 2011/12 Actual progress against business plan First Quarter Target Actual Progress Adherenc e to National Treasury budget cycle guidelines Roll-over request to National Treasury Reasons for deviation Roll over request of R 151 million was submitted by due date of 31 April 2011. 2

PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION 1. 1 FINANCE & SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT Measurable Objectives: Provision of PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION 1. 1 FINANCE & SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT Measurable Objectives: Provision of financial management advice and services to all the branches of the department for improved service delivery and compliance with the financial regulations. Outputs/ Deliverables Improved expenditure management and reporting. Performance Indicators Monthly and quarterly expenditure reports. Produce In Year Monitoring reports timely. Annual Target FY 2011/12 Actual progress against business plan First Quarter Target Actual Progress 100% Monthly reporting. 100% Reasons for deviation 100% percent Achieved. Monthly reports were produced. In year reports submitted to NT by due date. The expenditure reports was Discuss Quarterly expenditure performance with managers. Manage the expenditure allocation in the ledger. presented to the Management committees The allocation was done in April 2011 and expenditure is reviewed monthly to ensure correct allocation. 3

PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION 1. 1 FINANCE & SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT Measurable Objectives: Provision of PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION 1. 1 FINANCE & SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT Measurable Objectives: Provision of financial management advice and services to all the branches of the department for improved service delivery and compliance with the financial regulations. Outputs/ Deliverables Improved Revenue Management Performance Indicators Revenue collected: Conduct monthly reconciliations of rental debtors Annual Target FY 2011/12 Actual progress against business plan First Quarter Target Actual Progress 80 % of revenue collected( R 4 billion) 40% of the annual target Not yet achieved Reasons for deviation The % target will be confirmed after the June 2011, end of the quarter. Implement the revenue management policy. 4

PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION 1. 1 FINANCE & SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT Measurable Objectives: Provision of PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION 1. 1 FINANCE & SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT Measurable Objectives: Provision of financial management advice and services to all the branches of the department for improved service delivery and compliance with the financial regulations. Outputs/ Deliverables Performance Indicators Annual Target FY 2011/12 Actual progress business plan against First Quarter Target Improved Monthly and Year end reporting Timely submission of the AFS. Prepare Interim and Year end AFS Plans and circulate to the Regions. Manage the preparations for interim and year end closure. Consolidate and compile the AFS. Manage quality control of the inputs. Accurate and timely submitted AFS 100% Actual Progress 100% Reasons for deviation Achieved 5

PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION 1. 1 FINANCE & SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT Measurable Objectives: Provision of PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION 1. 1 FINANCE & SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT Measurable Objectives: Provision of financial management advice and services to all the branches of the department for improved service delivery and compliance with the financial regulations. Outputs/ Deliverables Performance Indicators Annual Target FY 2011/12 Actual progress against business plan Reasons for deviation First Quarter Target Improved Internal controls Developed /reviewed policies Develop policies (10) Actual Progress 60% Only the SCM policy has been The reason for finalised and submitted for underachieve approval. ment is largely The revenue management attributable to policy and suspense account the fact that policy are being developed. the team has been Other existing policies are focussing on being reviewed for their the current relevance and alignment. statutory audit. 6

PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION 1. 1 FINANCE & SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT Measurable Objectives: Provision of PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION 1. 1 FINANCE & SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT Measurable Objectives: Provision of financial management advice and services to all the branches of the department for improved service delivery and compliance with the financial regulations. Outputs/ Deliverables Performance Indicators Annual Target FY 2011/12 Actual progress against business plan First Quarter Target Effective risk management Verified entity maintenance Compliance with the PFMA and other financial prescript Review and update risk register Develop and implement controls 100% Accurate entity maintenance: 7 working days Timely capturing of supplier banking details Actual Progress 100% Reasons for deviation Controls are developed on an ongoing basis, as and when risks are identified 100% Achieved. All requests that are . submitted with fully compliant forms. 7

PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION 1. 1 FINANCE & SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT Measurable Objectives: Provision of PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION 1. 1 FINANCE & SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT Measurable Objectives: Provision of financial management advice and services to all the branches of the department for improved service delivery and compliance with the financial regulations. Outputs/ Deliverables Performance Indicators Annual Target FY 2011/12 Actual progress business plan against First Quarter Target Improved Payments of invoices Settle 80% invoices within 14 days: Check compliance with payment processes. 14 days turnaround time Actual Progress 100% Not yet fully achieved Reasons for deviation The reasons for the under achievement is largely attributable to the fact that the payment turn around times at the Regions Process payments within 5 working days. has not been reviewed. Validation of information at the regions is being. 8

PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION 1. 1 FINANCE & SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT Measurable Objectives: Provision of PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION 1. 1 FINANCE & SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT Measurable Objectives: Provision of financial management advice and services to all the branches of the department for improved service delivery and compliance with the financial regulations. Outputs/ Deliverables Performance Indicators Annual Target FY 2011/12 Actual progress business plan against First Quarter Target Effective procurement of goods & Services Implemented Strategic Sourcing: Fast track the implementation of term contracts 10 term contracts by Mar 2012 Actual Progress Establish 5 term contracts Not yet fully achieved. Reasons for deviation Cleaning, furniture, catering and stationery contracts established. Not yet fully achieved. 45 days for Bids The information is still fragmented. IT is assisting in setting up a Implement the turnaround times 14 days for Quotations 100% compliance with the set target Not yet fully achieved. tool to manage the turnaround time. 9

PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION 1. 1 FINANCE & SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT Measurable Objectives: Provision of PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION 1. 1 FINANCE & SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT Measurable Objectives: Provision of financial management advice and services to all the branches of the department for improved service delivery and compliance with the financial regulations. Outputs/ Deliverables Performance Indicators Annual Target FY 2011/12 Actual progress business plan against First Quarter Target Effective payment of office accommodation Payments made to the PMTE 100% payment of the allocated budget Actual Progress 19% Reasons for deviation Achieved, more than 19% of the allocated budget has been paid. Implemented action plan for GAAP compliance on PMTE On line and accessible system: Acquisition and implementation of new billing and accounting system Full implementation of new system Approval by National Treasury Not achieved Letter sent to National Treasury, still awaiting approval. A meeting scheduled for 20 July to discuss all the issues pertaining to the PMTE. 10

PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION 1. 1 FINANCE & SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT Measurable Objectives: Provision of PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION 1. 1 FINANCE & SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT Measurable Objectives: Provision of financial management advice and services to all the branches of the department for improved service delivery and compliance with the financial regulations. Outputs/ Deliverables Performance Indicators Annual Target FY 2011/12 Actual progress against business plan First Quarter Target Effective Revenue Management 95% of revenue collected on current accounts 95% Revenue collected on invoices issued Actual Progress 65% revenue collected on issued invoices Not yet Reasons for deviation achieved % collected will be clearer after closure of June 2011, which is the end of the quarter. Itemized invoices to clients Itemized Invoices to clients 100% itemised billing on 3 rd quarter reconciliation 100% itemised billing on new amounts 100% billing based on 2010/11 outcomes Agreement with NT on new allocations Billing based on devolution Not yet Work in progress. The achieved team is still reconciling occupancy. Clients are Note yet delaying the process as achieved they are not responding timely. 90% of positions filled Filling the SMS positions Recruited staff: Create capacity for the PMTE functions Interviews for Director Partially and Deputy Director Achieved have been concluded. 11

PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION 1. 1 FINANCE & SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT Measurable Objectives: Provision of PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION 1. 1 FINANCE & SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT Measurable Objectives: Provision of financial management advice and services to all the branches of the department for improved service delivery and compliance with the financial regulations. Outputs/ Deliverables Performance Indicators Annual Target FY 2011/12 Actual progress business plan against Reasons for deviation First Quarter Target Debtors reports Monthly Reconciliations of debtors Not yet achieved. % collected will be Debtors much clearer after Confirmation will 90% agreement with Clients 40% agreement with Client closure of the end of be done at the Effective Debtors Management Actual Progress the quarter. 50% reduction of the debtors book from the closing balance as at 31 March 2011 Effective Internal Controls 50% reduction from closing balance as at 31 March 2011 20% reduction Developed Policies and procedures (7 policies) 90% policies implemented Gap Analysis completed end of June 2011, the end of the quarter. Not yet done. Capacity issues have been dealt with. New people will assume duties during the second quarter. 12

PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION 1. 1 FINANCE & SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT Measurable Objectives: Provision of PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION 1. 1 FINANCE & SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT Measurable Objectives: Provision of financial management advice and services to all the branches of the department for improved service delivery and compliance with the financial regulations. Outputs/ Deliverables Performance Indicators Annual Target FY 2011/12 Actual progress business plan against First Quarter Target Actual Progress Effective Risk Management Updated and Reviewed risk register 100% Reviewed & updated Achieved. Effective budget mobilization and reprioritization Facilitate the compilation of the budget for the PMTE Rollovers MTEF Adjustment Estimates of National Expenditure Approved Funding / Allocations on all budgets (6 budgets & DPW Capital & 10 Client budgets) Submitted reports (monthly) Conduct expenditure analysis and Produce monthly reports Adherence to NT budget cycle timeframes Rollover requests to NT Reasons for deviation Achieved. Approved Funding / Allocations on all budgets (6 budgets & DPW Capital & 10 Client budgets) 12 monthly reports Realignment of allocations on 50% of budgets Reports on all budget items 13

PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION cont… 1. 2 CORPORATE SERVICES – Marketing & Communications Measurable Objectives: PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION cont… 1. 2 CORPORATE SERVICES – Marketing & Communications Measurable Objectives: To enable the Department to deliver its mandate through an improved compliance and corporate governance Outputs/ Deliverables Performance Indicators Annual Target FY 2011/12 Actual progress against business plan First Quarter Target Actual Progress Manage Marketing & Public Relations activities. Marketing Campaigns and related Public Relations services. 100% implementation of Marketing campaign Mount 1 Key Marketing Campaign. Marketing (Campaigns & Exhibitions) -Advertising campaign on radio to announce Deputy Minister’s visit to North West -Compiled & Presented Business Plan for the National Construction Week Marketing Campaign -Mounted 2 x exhibitions at Parliament for Budget vote speeches Promote EPWP and DPW job-creation initiatives. EPWP – specific communications, marketing and public relations services and products. 12 x Key PPP events (initiated and organized). 3 events from PPP per quarter. Events (Ministerial Public Participation Programme) Organized the following events: -Minister’s visit to Bloemfontein – Official Opening of Regional Office -Compiled 2 x Budget vote speeches – Re as on s for de via tio n 14

PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION cont… CORPORATE SERVICES – International Relations cont… Measurable Objectives: To enable PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION cont… CORPORATE SERVICES – International Relations cont… Measurable Objectives: To enable the Department to deliver its mandate through an improved compliance and corporate governance. Outputs/ Deliverables Performance Indicators Annual Target FY 2011/12 Actual progress against business plan First Quarter Target Reasons for deviation Actual Progress Contributing to the building of a developmental state. 3 signed MOU from identified countries (Kenya, India & Brazil) 100% signed MOU’s from identified countries. Engage and negotiate with counterparts (Kenya, India and Brazil). Draft MOUs between DPW, India, Brazil and Kenya in process Facilitate the transfer of critical skills through International Bilateral engagements. Skills transfer linked to international engagements. 100% facilitation and coordination of skills transfer to 250 beneficiaries linked to International engagement. 125 placement of beneficiaries, 100% Monitoring and evaluation, technical and provincial meetings. Agreement between DPW and Cuba for skills transfer has been extended for another 3 years for implementation and finalisation of ongoing projects. 15

PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION cont… CORPORATE SERVICES – Gender Unit Measurable Objectives: To enable the PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION cont… CORPORATE SERVICES – Gender Unit Measurable Objectives: To enable the Department to deliver its mandate through an improved compliance and corporate governance. Outputs/ Deliverables Performance Indicators Annual Target FY 2011/12 Actual progress against business plan First Quarter Target Reasons for deviation Actual Progress Gender policy/ guidelines/ framework. Approved frameworks and guidelines. 100% Approval Policy Framework. Consultation with all stakeholders on the draft policy. 25% of stakeholders have been consulted, Inputs have been made to the first draft No deviation Disability Mainstreaming. Approved Disability Policy implementation plan. 100% Disability Policy Implementation Plan. 25% developed Disability Implementation Plan (first draft finalized and ready for inputs from stakeholders) No deviation Number of people with disability participating in the departmental programmes. 2% participation of people with disability. 1. 15% Staff compliment of PWD ( slight increase of 0. 5%) 0% increase in participation of PWD on other DPW programmes Ring fencing of posts for PWD has not been fully implemented. Lack of PWD in the departmental database as service providers Approved Departmental Youth Development Strategy. 100% implementation of departmental Youth Development Strategy. 25% Implementation of departmental Youth Development Strategy. 10% development of the Youth strategy Non availability of Departmental Youth programme forum for coordination purposes. Youth Development Strategy. 16

PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION cont… CORPORATE SERVICES – Legal Services cont… Measurable Objectives: To enable PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION cont… CORPORATE SERVICES – Legal Services cont… Measurable Objectives: To enable the Department to deliver its mandate through an improved compliance and corporate governance. Outputs/ Deliverables Performance Indicators Annual Target FY 2011/12 Actual progress against business plan First Quarter Target Reasons for deviation Actual Progress Legal opinions provided. Provide a legal opinion within 14 working days. 100% legal opinion provided within 14 working days. Opinions -63 Oral -39 Written - 24 June stats not yet available as it is received end of each month from Regions Legally binding contracts. 100% required contracts completed. Signed -99 Drafted -12 Amended -00 Commented - 15 Guarantees Received -02 Guarantees Released -04 Guarantees called up- 00 June stats not yet available as it is received end of each month from Regions 17

PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION cont… CORPORATE SERVICES – Security Services cont… Measurable Objectives: To enable PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION cont… CORPORATE SERVICES – Security Services cont… Measurable Objectives: To enable the Department to deliver its mandate through an improved compliance and corporate governance. Outputs/ Deliverables Performance Indicators Annual Target FY 2011/12 Actual progress against business plan First Quarter Target Compliance with Minimum Information Security Standards (MISS) and other security prescripts. 360 prioritised officials vetted and investigated per annum. 100% of the 360 prioritised officials vetted. Actual Progress 90 prioritised officials vetted and investigated per annum. Reasons for deviation A total of 43 completed vetting files were sent to NIA for evaluation and issuing of security clearance. 20 vetting clearance certificates were received from NIA and 23 outstanding. 1080 Companies screened per annum. 100% of the 1080 Companies screened per annum. 420 Companies screened per annum. 60 of the 60 requests for company clearance was received and processed Physical security on all Departmental buildings. 25% Physical security on all Departmental buildings. The implementation physical security within the department is at 25% 18

PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION cont… CORPORATE SERVICES – HRD & OD cont… Measurable Objectives: To PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION cont… CORPORATE SERVICES – HRD & OD cont… Measurable Objectives: To enable the Department to deliver its mandate through an improved compliance and corporate governance. Outputs/ Deliverables Performance Indicators Annual Target FY 2011/12 Actual progress against business plan First Quarter Target Building appropriate technical skills in the department. Implemented, monitored and evaluated functional skills generation initiatives (Learnerships, Internships, Artisans training, Young Professionals, Mentorshio, Community Outreach & Graduate Recruitment Programme). Actual Progress 500 artisan trainees. 300 artisan trainees. 500 learnership, 200 internships, 300 Young Professionals. 300 learnership, 100 young professionals. Reasons for deviation 24 Artisan Trainees 8 Qualified Artisans 139 Learners 183 Interns 60 YP (on contract) 76 YP( Permanent) 7 Plant Superintendents 12 Senior Plant Operators 5 Team Leaders 20 general Workers 19

PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION cont… CORPORATE SERVICES – HRD & OD cont… Measurable Objectives: To PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION cont… CORPORATE SERVICES – HRD & OD cont… Measurable Objectives: To enable the Department to deliver its mandate through an improved compliance and corporate governance. Outputs/ Deliverables Performance Indicators Annual Target FY 2011/12 Actual progress against business plan First Quarter Target Building appropriate skills matching DPW needs. Actual Progress 50% 4511 Operations and Technical Internal 2200 internal. 1100 internal. 8040 External database 9000 external i. e artisans and built environment professionals. Reasons for deviation 4500 external. Database of skilled technical staff in all core business units. Employee performance and optimization. 50% of skilled technical staff in the database. 100% of all training needs identified. 25% of all training needs identified. In the process of finalizing Workplace Skills Plan The WSP due by 30 th June 2011 20

PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION cont… CORPORATE SERVICES – HRD & OD cont… Measurable Objectives: To PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION cont… CORPORATE SERVICES – HRD & OD cont… Measurable Objectives: To enable the Department to deliver its mandate through an improved compliance and corporate governance. Outputs/ Deliverables Performance Indicators Annual Target FY 2011/12 Actual progress against business plan First Quarter Target Actual Progress Facilitate the transfer of critical skills through International Bilateral engagements. Skills transfer linked to international engagements. 100% facilitation and coordination of skills transfer to 250 beneficiaries linked to International engagement. 125 placement of beneficiaries, 100% Monitoring and evaluation, technical and provincial meetings. No Beneficiaries in provinces due to CTA returned to Cuba (contracts expiry) 43 beneficiaries at NDPW 1 Technical meeting at NDPW Monitoring in consulting firms Reasons for deviation CTAs in provinces contract expired, only 10 will be renewing for 4 th year effective from 1 st September 21

PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION cont… CORPORATE SERVICES – HRD & OD cont… Measurable Objectives: To PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION cont… CORPORATE SERVICES – HRD & OD cont… Measurable Objectives: To enable the Department to deliver its mandate through an improved compliance and corporate governance. Outputs/ Deliverables Performance Indicators Annual Target FY 2011/12 Actual progress against business plan First Quarter Target Review of the organizational structure. Reasons for deviation Actual Progress Approved structure aligned to strategy and budget. 70% of the total (6295) staff establishment as per Persal = 4406. 17, 5% of staff establishment = 1101. 18. 7% of staff establishment =1216 Target % exceeded by 1. 7% Facilitate the creation of a healthy and conducive work environment. 100% customize programmes to address Mental health, Injury on duty and Incapacity due to ill-health. 10% of implementation of the plan (consultation on the plan). Target achieved, all regions visited 100% of implementation of the plan. Final draft in place 57 counseling cases 98 youths workshoped on substance abuse 27 debt counseling 33 PILIR cases 11 Management consultations 22

PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION cont… CORPORATE SERVICES – HRD & OD cont… Measurable Objectives: To PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION cont… CORPORATE SERVICES – HRD & OD cont… Measurable Objectives: To enable the Department to deliver its mandate through an improved compliance and corporate governance. Outputs/ Deliverables Performance Indicators Annual Target FY 2011/12 Actual progress business plan against First Quarter Target Approved HR plan. Reasons for deviation Actual Progress Attraction and retention of skills. Implementation of recruitment drive (641 funded positions). 641 funded positions advertised and filled. 521 positions filled The directorate HRP & R had capacity challenges at the beginning of the recruitment drive. The remaining 120 positions have been advertised and are still in the recruitment process of either shortlisting or interviews. However, filling of all 641 positions will be concluded within the 2 nd quarter Approved EE policy. Review and update of the Policy in line with the relevant legislations. 100% approved EE policy. Reviewed Draft EE Policy currently at DBC for consultation with Unions Policy is still at a consultation stage 23

PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION cont… CORPORATE SERVICES – Information Services cont… Measurable Objectives: To enable PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION cont… CORPORATE SERVICES – Information Services cont… Measurable Objectives: To enable the Department to deliver its mandate through an improved compliance and corporate governance. Outputs/ Deliverables Performance Indicators Annual Target FY 2011/12 Actual progress against business plan First Quarter Target Integrated holistic business & operational systems. Reasons for deviation Actual Progress Enterprise data visibility. 100% Dashboard / Business Intelligence. 100% Development of Balance Scorecard. Partially achieved Delay in the procurement process of resources, only achieved 70% An Integrated Asset Management. 30% Facilities Management module. 100% URS document. Partially achieved Awaiting approval from National Treasury and business case off 30% Construction Management module. 100% Billing system module. 24

PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION cont… 1. 3 MONITORING AND EVALUATION Measurable Objectives: Monitor programme performance PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION cont… 1. 3 MONITORING AND EVALUATION Measurable Objectives: Monitor programme performance against the strategic plan and business plans. Outputs/ Deliverables Performance Indicators Annual Target FY 2011/12 Actual progress against business plan First Quarter Target Reasons for deviation Actual Progress Development and implementation of an integrated M&E Framework. Developed an integrated framework. 100% Research and development of To. R (30%). Draft To. Rs developed Conduct compulsory consultative workshops with business units Improved buy-in and compliance to reporting requirements 100% 25% advocate implementation of M&E Consultative workshops planned from 28 th June 2011 to 4 th July 2011 for the Department 25

PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION cont… 1. 4 STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT UNIT Measurable Objectives: To ensure that PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION cont… 1. 4 STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT UNIT Measurable Objectives: To ensure that the department’s programmes are aligned to government sector outcomes. Outputs/ Deliverables Performance Indicators Annual Target FY 2011/12 Actual progress against business plan Reasons for deviation First Quarter Target Draft Strategic Plan in compliance with relevant prescripts. Timeous submission of the Strategic Plan to Parliament. 100% Compliance with PRMA. Actual Progress Submit policy statement to National Treasury to kick-start ENE process. The ENE process is starting in June 2011. Five (5) workshops to Regional Offices on the strategic plan 2 Sessions on strategic and business planning have been held with the ASD’s in H/O Regions will be dealt with in the 2 nd Quarter, in the interim we are starting with Head Office The IRMF had been developed and presented to EXCO The Integrated Risk Management Framework has not yet been approved. DPW 2011 Strategic Alignment of DPW Plan aligned to ENE. programme budget to ENE budget allocation. 1 st Draft: December of each year. 2 nd draft: January of each year 2011/12 Business Plans aligned to DPW Strategic Plan for planning cycle. Alignment of branch/ regions business plans to Strategic Plan and Performance Agreements. 100% of business plans and performance agreements completed by the 31 st of March each year. Integrated Risk Management Framework (IRMF Approved and implemented Risk Management Framework (methodology and strategy). IRMF presentation Updated risk to: 100% of management Head Office methodology and Branches & strategy 50% of Regional Offices. 26

PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION cont… 1. 4 STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT UNIT Measurable Objectives: To ensure that PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION cont… 1. 4 STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT UNIT Measurable Objectives: To ensure that the department’s programmes are aligned to government sector outcomes. Outputs/ Deliverables Performance Indicators Annual Target FY 2011/12 Actual progress against business plan First Quarter Target Risk Registers Risk Assessment/ Risk Register revision 100% completed in both Head Office and Regions. Actual Progress Develop critical risks from units through risk assessment Reasons for deviation Risk assessment for the following business units has been conducted: • HR Admin; • Security Management; • Gender Unit; • Communications & Marketing • International Relations • Legal Services • EPWP • Portfolio Analysis (PA) and • SMU 27

PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION cont… 1. 4 STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT UNIT Measurable Objectives: To ensure that PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION cont… 1. 4 STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT UNIT Measurable Objectives: To ensure that the department’s programmes are aligned to government sector outcomes. Outputs/ Deliverables Performance Indicators Annual Target FY 2011/12 Actual progress against business plan First Quarter Target Actual Progress 1 Socio-economic impact report Tender process completed Reasons for deviation Terms of reference Report on the socio -economic impact of the DPW building program Report is completed IP Strategy developed • Approved IP Policy • Approved IP Strategy document 100% IP Strategy developed • Approved IP Policy • Approved TOR for IP Strategy • IP Policy approved • Terms of reference drafted and awaiting approval KM Case Studies of DPW Special Projects and events Number of case studies completed • 4 Case Studies developed • National Orders • Inauguration • State Funerals National Orders Terms of reference awaiting approval completed 28

PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION cont… 1. 5 INTERNAL AUDIT & INVESTIGATION SERVICES Measurable Objectives: To PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION cont… 1. 5 INTERNAL AUDIT & INVESTIGATION SERVICES Measurable Objectives: To evaluate and improve the Effectiveness of Controls and Governance Processes. Outputs/ Deliverables Performance Indicators Annual Target FY 2011/12 Actual progress against business plan First Quarter Target Risk-Based Internal Audit Annual Plan approved and implemented. Reasons for deviation Actual Progress Internal Audit Plan approved by May 2011 by Audit & Risk Management Committee (100%). Approved Internal Audit Plan (100%). Internal Audit Plans were approved 27 May 2011. Reports issued quarterly to EXCO and Audit & Risk Management Committee (ARMC). Revised Fraud Prevention Strategy. Internal Audit Plan developed by target date. Internal Audit reports issued Quarterly to EXCO and Audit & Risk Management Committee (90%). Audits executed and reports issued (15%). Partially Achieved 3 Audit projects in execution. Finalisation of previous year’s overlapping projects. Reviewed and updated Fraud Prevention Strategy. Awareness Workshops conducted quarterly in Regional Offices and Head Office (12). Workshops conducted (3). Not Achieved Capacity constraints Fraud Awareness workshops conducted and publications in all Regional Offices and Head Office branches. Awareness articles published quarterly in the Department’s internal media (4). Awareness article published (1). Achieved Article on Fraud Awareness submitted for publication in Worxnews. 29

PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION cont… 1. 5 INTERNAL AUDIT & INVESTIGATION SERVICES cont…. Measurable Objectives: PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION cont… 1. 5 INTERNAL AUDIT & INVESTIGATION SERVICES cont…. Measurable Objectives: To evaluate and improve the Effectiveness of Controls and Governance Processes. Outputs/ Deliverables Performance Indicators Annual Target FY 2011/12 Actual progress against business plan First Quarter Target Investigation Reposts. Quarterly Fraud Investigation progress reports submitted to Management and Audit & Risk Management Committee. Progress reports on reported cases being investigated submitted quarterly to Management and Audit & Risk Management Committee (4). Actual Progress report on reported cases being investigated (1). Reasons for deviation Report will be prepared after end of Quarter only. 30

PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION cont… 1. 6 INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS & PARLIAMENTARY SERVICES Measurable Objectives: Sound PROGRAMME 1: ADMINISTRATION cont… 1. 6 INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS & PARLIAMENTARY SERVICES Measurable Objectives: Sound relations between the Department and spheres of government through relevant intergovernmental structures. Efficient and effective support to the Ministry, Department, Parliamentary Services and Public Entities to ensure improved service delivery. Outputs/ Deliverables Performance Indicators Annual Target FY 2011/12 Actual progress against business plan First Quarter Target Improved and sound relations with spheres of government and entities through relevant intergovernmental structures. Reasons for deviation Actual Progress Scheduled intergovernmental meetings and public participation involving Ministry and the Department. 12 meetings coordinated with spheres of government per annum. 3 meetings. 11 meetings Performance reports for Entities monitored. 16 quarterly reports per annum presented to EXCO and EA for approval (4 reports and 4 meetings per quarter). 4 reports and 4 meetings per quarter. 4 reports were received no meeting took place during this quarter Appointment of board/ council members and filling of vacancies facilitated. Ongoing. Board appointments. Filling of vacancies. Appointment of Agrément SA Chairperson 31

PROGRAMME 2: IMMOVABLE ASSET INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT 2. 1 ASSET INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT – Asset Register PROGRAMME 2: IMMOVABLE ASSET INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT 2. 1 ASSET INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT – Asset Register Management Measurable Objectives: Ensure accurate and complete information on all immovable assets under the Department’s control (ensure sound asset data management). Outputs/ Deliverables Performance Indicators Annual Target FY 2011/12 Actual progress against business plan First Quarter Target Complete information on immovable assets in the Asset Register (as per essential requirements). Land = 35 746 Structures (on property level = 72 816 Total = 108 562 Reasons for deviation Actual Progress Percentage of Asset Register information fields populated with essential data out of the present 108 562 properties. 90% populated 97705 properties. 91192 properties cumulative. 82% completed to date Vested state land. 70% 25022 land parcels. 15745 land parcels (cumulative). 12873 land parcels vested out of 35 746 by end May 2011 Approved Amnesty Call Strategy and Campaign. Amnesty campaign launched. Approved Strategy launched. 100% of cases reported, verified and updated on the Asset Register. No cases reported by end May 2011 32

PROGRAMME 2: IMMOVABLE ASSET INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT – Key Account Management Measurable Objectives: Ensure accurate PROGRAMME 2: IMMOVABLE ASSET INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT – Key Account Management Measurable Objectives: Ensure accurate and complete information on all immovable assets under the Department’s control. Outputs/ Deliverables Performance Indicators Annual Target FY 2011/12 Actual progress against business plan First Quarter Target Actual Progress User Asset Management templates 1 – 12. Populated templates for 26 National Departments and 7 Entities. 90% 10% completion of UAMP templates. 10% UAMPs templates populated for 15 client departments Prioritised and funded projects identified in collaboration with Clients. Approved and signed -off Implementation Programmes (CWIP). 100% approved and signed-off initial Implementation Programmes for 9 Clients. 100% achieved, all client departments signed the initial implementation plans Facilitating signed SLAs and SDS Signed SLA by 30 National Departments and 11 Entities 73% 5 signed SLAs 1 client signed the SLA in this quarter 50% Reasons for deviation 10% UAMP planning over MTEF cycle as per SDS Clients not finalising engaging with SLA 11 SLAs signed for 41 clients Monitor delivery of 50% for UAMP planning per SDS for 41 clients 33

PROGRAMME 2: IMMOVABLE ASSET INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT – Portfolio Performance & Monitoring (PP&M) Measurable Objectives: PROGRAMME 2: IMMOVABLE ASSET INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT – Portfolio Performance & Monitoring (PP&M) Measurable Objectives: Monitor and enhance the performance of the Department’s Immovable Assets. Outputs/ Deliverables Performance Indicators Annual Target FY 2011/12 Actual progress against business plan First Quarter Target Reasons for deviation Actual Progress Effective C-AMPs that addresses User Requirements (U-AMPs). Approved C-AMP document addressing User and Custodian objectives – 23 CAMPS. 100% C-AMP completed. 80% C-AMP completed. 58% C-AMPS completed by end of May 2011 Prioritised Planned Maintenance and DPW Capital projects. Approved and funded implementation program (PMIP and DPW Capital). 100% approved and signed-off implementation programs. 50% of projects identified and costed for 2012/12, programs including job creation – 20000. Implementation programme finalised Release of land for land reform purposes. Letters of release to regional land claims commission 55 Properties to be disposed off for land reform purposes. 5 properties identified. 22 properties identified None 34

PROGRAMME 2: IMMOVABLE ASSET INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT – Portfolio Performance & Monitoring (PP&M) cont… Measurable PROGRAMME 2: IMMOVABLE ASSET INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT – Portfolio Performance & Monitoring (PP&M) cont… Measurable Objectives: Monitor and enhance the performance of the Department’s Immovable Assets. Outputs/ Deliverables Performance Indicators Annual Target FY 2011/12 Actual progress against business plan First Quarter Target Effective release of land for housing and agricultural purposes or any other socioeconomic objectives. MOUs signed with RD&LR, Human Settlement, Agriculture, etc. Actual Progress 2000 hectares of land parcels. 250 hectares. Release for 161 hectares of land in process 3 Office precincts planned as per IDPs / SDFs. Formation of Task Teams in all targeted areas (Cofimvaba, Balfour and Tosca). Reasons for deviation Balfour in process of development None List of properties sent to relevant Departments. Signed agreements to release land. Facilitate development – rural offices precincts. (Cofimvaba, Balfour and Tosca). Rural areas offices (Cofimvaba, Balfour and Tosca). 35

PROGRAMME 2: IMMOVABLE ASSET INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT – Portfolio Analysis Measurable Objectives: Monitor and enhance PROGRAMME 2: IMMOVABLE ASSET INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT – Portfolio Analysis Measurable Objectives: Monitor and enhance the performance of the Department’s Immovable Assets. Outputs/ Deliverables Performance Indicators Annual Target FY 2011/12 Actual progress business plan against First Quarter Target Valuation of the immovable asset portfolio and properties. Reasons for deviation Actual Progress Completed and approved analyses with recommendations for the DPW immovable asset portfolio, and projects (85 investment analysis). 50% completion of requests for feasibility studies. Minimum 20% completion of requests for feasibility studies received in the quarter. 15% achieved Accepted inputs into the accounting framework, strategies and policies. 4 foreign properties for disposal. (7 outstanding for the previous year 2010/11). Finalize disposal of outstanding 7 Namibian properties Not achieved Approved market valuations for the acquisition and disposal of properties (190 valuations). 75% completion of valuation requests. Minimum 15% completion of requests for property valuations received in the quarter. 10% achieved Internal approvals in process 36

PROGRAMME 2: IMMOVABLE ASSET INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT 2. 2 PROJECTS AND PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Measurable Objectives: PROGRAMME 2: IMMOVABLE ASSET INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT 2. 2 PROJECTS AND PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Measurable Objectives: Delivery of construction and maintenance projects, programming, design, construction and commissioning. Outputs/ Deliverables Government Accommodation in all cities and towns. Performance Indicators Completion of 500 capital and maintenance projects. Annual Target FY 2011/12 Actual progress against business plan 100% Implementation plan. Infrastructure Development including Salvokop, Capital projects. 25% Expenditure of capital budget. First Quarter Target Reasons for deviation Actual Progress Monthly project execution workshop to monitor building programme. Focussed recruitment and retaining of build industry professionals and technologists, technicians, and drafts people to capacitate the Professional Services for internal production. Recruit and retain of build environment professionals (150). 30% of DPW Capital. 100% 25% Recruitment of build industry professional. Monthly execution project workshop. 37

PROGRAMME 2: IMMOVABLE ASSET INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT 2. 2 PROJECTS AND PROFESSIONAL SERVICES cont… Measurable PROGRAMME 2: IMMOVABLE ASSET INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT 2. 2 PROJECTS AND PROFESSIONAL SERVICES cont… Measurable Objectives: Delivery of construction and maintenance projects, programming, design, construction and commissioning. Outputs/ Deliverables Performance Indicators Annual Target FY 2011/12 Actual progress against business plan First Quarter Target Reasons for deviation Actual Progress Establishment of cooperatives in construction and maintenance projects. Create 6000 job opportunities through capital and maintenance budget (potholes, maintenance of Land Ports of Entry, etc). 100% 25% recruited and retained professionals. 9 % Achieved (DPW Capital); 15% Client Capital • The expenditure is mainly driven by project on construction stage (179 DPW Capital). The rate of expenditure will improve in 2 nd Quarter when the project on construction stage reaches 310 • 188 Projects are on construction stage. By end of 2 nd Quarter will be 243. Growth of Emerging Contractors through CIDB Register to achieve higher grades. Appointment of HDI, Co-operatives, and ABE as main contractors and/or as Sub-contractors. 100% 25% Minimum of 35% of project value should be subcontracted to ABE – this should translate to 35% of allocated budget. 7%, based on the projects awarded in the first quarter (this excludes the projects continuing from the previous financial year) The ratio for projects awarded will improve by end of 2 nd quarter when awarding of projects on tender 38 stage is completed. 35% of project value. Advance National

PROGRAMME 2: IMMOVABLE ASSET INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT – Inner City Regeneration Measurable Objectives: PROGRAMME 2: IMMOVABLE ASSET INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT – Inner City Regeneration Measurable Objectives: A facilitated and enabling master planning towards sustainable, cost effective, energy efficient aesthetical responsive, risk mitigated and legislated compliance immovable assets in inner cities Outputs/ Deliverables Performance Indicators Annual Target FY 2011/12 Actual progress against business plan First Quarter Target Integration of govt projects identified and stimulation of development in cities / towns Best sites identified for specific govt services integrated with local authorities’ spatial master plans & planning legislation 100% compliance and alignment of best sites identified (client requirements and needs permitting) Actual Progress Informed selection of 3 cities / towns Partially achieved: Start-up discussions were held with the City of Johannesburg and the Provincial Legislature Western Cape to explore cooperation possibilities. Initial indication shows synergy in approach and good potential for further development. Substantial background studies and status quo research pertaining to 9 cities and towns conducted in order to inform later short-listing. Reasons for deviation All business case documentation to enable KAM to issue 3 PDIR’s Due to severe human resource constraints in the ICR Branch, most time and energy were devoted to getting the master planning and related issues pertaining to Tshwane on steam. Client indecision regarding accommodation needs caused the preparation of business cases, required for further planning, to be delayed. Renewed attempts to move clients on board will be made in the 2 nd and 3 rd quarters of this financial year. 39

PROGRAMME 2: IMMOVABLE ASSET INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT – Inner City Regeneration Measurable Objectives: PROGRAMME 2: IMMOVABLE ASSET INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT – Inner City Regeneration Measurable Objectives: A facilitated and enabling master planning towards sustainable, cost effective, energy efficient aesthetical responsive, risk mitigated and legislated compliance immovable assets in inner cities Outputs/ Deliverables Capital City initiative: - Revitalisation of Tshwane Capital City Performan ce Indicators Annual Target FY 2011/12 Precinct planning for Tshwane Inner City prioritising Salvokop The development of the precinct master plan project for Tshwane Inner City, and the completion of Salvokop precinct Actual progress against business plan First Quarter Target Actual Progress Appointment and briefing of Tshwane Precinct Master Plan consultants Through the SLA with the City of Tshwane, a consortium with national and international expertise was appointed. Detailed briefing and planning workshops for the Salvokop Precinct were conducted. High level meeting with Co. T heads of departments was held to obtain maximum cooperation for the advancement of the master planning project. Sites identified for 5 Head office projects. Site for STASTSSA proved to be feasible - PPP approved by NT. Reasons for deviation Approval of Tshwane Precinct Master Plan PEP in process – revised completion date is August 2011. PEP preparation was delayed due to intricate appointment contract negotiations, which delayed the compilation of the Inception Report required for the PEP. 40

PROGRAMME 2: IMMOVABLE ASSET INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT – Inner City Regeneration Measurable Objectives: PROGRAMME 2: IMMOVABLE ASSET INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT – Inner City Regeneration Measurable Objectives: A facilitated and enabling master planning towards sustainable, cost effective, energy efficient aesthetical responsive, risk mitigated and legislated compliance immovable assets in inner cities Outputs/ Deliverables Performance Indicators Annual Target FY 2011/12 Actual progress against business plan First Quarter Target Rehabilitation and upgrading of selected state facilities using construction methodology Building to meet functional and performance criteria 583 jobs created 100% Renovations of unutilised and under-utilised building for use by Govt departments Actual Progress Complete design 100%; Work towards the conversion of HG De Wit Building in Tshwane inner city commenced. Design team appointed. Sketch plans for envisaged work completed – awaiting departmental approval according to internal processes. Reasons for deviation Tenders advertised Town planning problems related to the conversion project were resolved through interaction with the Co. T in order to avoid undue delays. Preliminary work in the form of site establishment has commenced. Measures to secure the site are in place. Process to appoint the further required workforce for internal execution of the project has commenced. Same for the procurement of materials and equipment. Job creation through the appointment of workforce will receive impetus once the design documentation has been completed. 41

PROGRAMME 3: EXPANDED PUBLIC WORKS PROGRAMME 3. EXPANDED PUBLIC WORKS PROGRAMME (EPWP) CONTD. Measurable PROGRAMME 3: EXPANDED PUBLIC WORKS PROGRAMME 3. EXPANDED PUBLIC WORKS PROGRAMME (EPWP) CONTD. Measurable Objectives: No of work opportunities and FTE jobs created by sectors, spheres of government and the non -state sector Outputs/ Deliverables Performance Indicators Annual Target FY 2011/12 Actual progress against business plan First Quarter Target Reasons for deviation Actual Progress Protocols / Agreements signed between NDPW and Public Bodies No of protocol agreements signed between NDPW, Provinces and municipalities 200 protocol agreements 50 protocol agreements 200 municipalities have signed Youth recruited on the National Youth Service No of youth recruited 3 000 NYS youth recruited on the programme 750 youth recruited 1008 learners have been recruited Recruitment is still ongoing Municipal officials trained on labour intensive methods of construction No of municipal official trained 1 000 officials trained in labour intensive methods of construction 250 officials 170 officials trained This is an ongoing activity 42

PROGRAMME 3: EXPANDED PUBLIC WORKS PROGRAMME 3. EXPANDED PUBLIC WORKS PROGRAMME (EPWP) Measurable Objectives: PROGRAMME 3: EXPANDED PUBLIC WORKS PROGRAMME 3. EXPANDED PUBLIC WORKS PROGRAMME (EPWP) Measurable Objectives: No of work opportunities and FTE jobs created by sectors, spheres of government and the non -state sector Outputs/ Deliverables Performance Indicators Annual Target FY 2011/12 Actual progress against business plan First Quarter Target Reasons for deviation Actual Progress No of work and FTEs opportunities created p. a. in EPWP prgrammes Work opportunities and FTE 868 000 work opportunities and 361 739 full time equivalents (NB: reporting on work opportunities is cumulative) 86 800 76 496 Overall participation targets for designated groups Annual designated Group Targets: 10% of the annual target - Percentage women - Percentage youth - Percentage people with disabilities (PWD) -55% women -40% youth -2% PWD Web based system 76% women 54% youth 0. 3% Wage incentive disbursed to qualifying bodies Percentage of wage incentive disbursed 65% of disbursement across all sectors 10% of funds disbursed 18% disbursed to provinces and 8% disbursed to municipalities The quarter has not ended, most public bodies rigorously report towards closure This is per the May BAS report 43

PROGRAMME 4: CONSTRUCTION & PROPERTY POLICY REGULATION 4. CONSTRUCTION & PROPERTY POLICY REGULATION Measurable PROGRAMME 4: CONSTRUCTION & PROPERTY POLICY REGULATION 4. CONSTRUCTION & PROPERTY POLICY REGULATION Measurable Objectives: Provide strategic leadership for transformation, growth and development of the Construction and Property industries Outputs/ Deliverables Performance Indicators Annual Target FY 2011/12 Actual progress against business plan First Quarter Target DPW’s contribution to the transformation of the Construction and Property Sectors Reasons for deviation Actual Progress Review of DPW’s Property BEE Strategy Revised BEE Strategy Stakeholder engagement Relevant stakeholders have been consulted and their inputs are being considered. Strategy on Green Building – Greenhouse Gas emissions mitigation Final Green Building Framework document Green Building strategy developed and completed 2 nd draft of the strategy has been completed and circulated for comment by relevant stakeholders. Monitoring implementation of the Contractor Incubator Programme (CIP) Revised strategy and guidelines published Revised CIP Strategy approved Revised CIP Strategy submitted to the relevant authority for approval. 1 st draft of socioeconomic component of CIP database 1 st draft of model complete. 90% of database is complete. Effective CIP monitoring and reporting tool 44

PROGRAMME 4: CONSTRUCTION & PROPERTY POLICY REGULATION 4. CONSTRUCTION & PROPERTY POLICY REGULATION… Measurable PROGRAMME 4: CONSTRUCTION & PROPERTY POLICY REGULATION 4. CONSTRUCTION & PROPERTY POLICY REGULATION… Measurable Objectives: (1) Regulate the Construction and Property industries and related professions (2) Promote best practice and uniformity in the life-cycle managements of state immovable assets Outputs/ Deliverables Performance Indicators Annual Target FY 2011/12 Actual progress against business plan First Quarter Target Legislative review / development to ensure relevance and optimal contribution to national goals Review of Expropriation Act, 1975 and drafting of new legislation Establishment of Agrèment SA as a juristic person Review of the BEP Legislation Enactment and successful implementation of the revised Expropriation Act Bill establishing Agrèment as a juristic person tabled in Parliament 50% completion Actual Progress Finalisation of Regulatory Impact Assessment Reasons for deviation Regulatory Impact Assessment has been completed and submitted to National Treasury for consideration. Submission of Business Case to National Treasury Consultation with key stakeholders Business Case submitted to relevant authority for submission to National Treasury. Ongoing consultation with the CBE and the 6 professional Councils. 45

PROGRAMME 4: CONSTRUCTION & PROPERTY POLICY REGULATION 4. CONSTRUCTION & PROPERTY POLICY REGULATION… Measurable PROGRAMME 4: CONSTRUCTION & PROPERTY POLICY REGULATION 4. CONSTRUCTION & PROPERTY POLICY REGULATION… Measurable Objectives: (1) Regulate the Construction and Property industries and related professions (2) Promote best practice and uniformity in the life-cycle managements of state immovable assets Outputs/ Deliverables Performance Indicators Annual Target FY 2011/12 Actual progress against business plan First Quarter Target Actual Progress Comprehensive Immovable life-cycle Asset Management Guidelines Life-cycle guidelines for National & Provincial Users and Custodians on: - planning, acquisition, management , maintenance & disposal Immovable asset life-cycle guidelines developed and proved 100% completion Service Provider appointed and project plan developed Service provider has been appointed and project plan has been developed. Assistance to Co. GTA with extension of GIAMA principles to Local Govt Regulatory framework and roll-out plan developed 50% completion of Regulatory framework Analysis of legislation impacting on local government Reasons for deviation Analysis of the following 3 Legislations is underway, MFMA, Municipal Systems Act and Municipal Structures Act. 46

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