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PRESENTATION TO THE STANDING COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS 22 MARCH 2011 PowerPoint Presentation
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PRESENTATION TO THE STANDING COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS 22 MARCH 2011

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PRESENTATION TO THE STANDING COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS 22 MARCH 2011

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  1. PRESENTATION TO THE STANDING COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS 22 MARCH 2011 DR HAROLD WESSO: ACTING DIRECTOR GENERAL Making South Africa a Global Leader in Harnessing ICTs for Socio-economic Development

  2. 1. Introduction Presentation to the Standing Committee on Appropriations (financial performance of the Department of Communications as at 31st December 2010) Making South Africa a Global Leader in Harnessing ICTs for Socio-economic Development

  3. 2. 2010/11 Budget vs. Exp Making South Africa a Global Leader in Harnessing ICTs for Socio-economic Development

  4. 2010/11 Expenditure cont. Making South Africa a Global Leader in Harnessing ICTs for Socio-economic Development

  5. 3. Budget vs Expenditure Making South Africa a Global Leader in Harnessing ICTs for Socio-economic Development

  6. 4. 2010/11 Expenditure cont. Making South Africa a Global Leader in Harnessing ICTs for Socio-economic Development

  7. Budget vs Expenditure including commitments A global leader in the development and use of Information and Communication Technologies for socio-economic development

  8. 5. Reasons for Under spending On Transfers to Entities Making South Africa a Global Leader in Harnessing ICTs for Socio-economic Development

  9. 6. Reasons for Under spending In the Department and corrective measures • The high rate of vacancy in the Department as a result of the organisational review. The review has now been finalized and critical positions are being filled. • Delays in the implementation of projects due to the instability in the Department. Measures were put in place to expedite the implementation including the re-constitution of the Bid Committee including the appointment of alternate members • Key internal controls were put in place resulting in the slow pacing of spending, the new culture is now emerging. Making South Africa a Global Leader in Harnessing ICTs for Socio-economic Development

  10. Conclusion • The spending has been prudently increased in the Department in compliance with the Public Finance Management Act and Treasury Regulations. • A culture of compliance is evident in the Department and all Responsibility Managers have been trained on Supply Chain Management and the Budget processes. This training is now a pre-requisite prior to appointment of officials as Responsibility Managers. • Priority projects were identified and submitted to the Bid Committee. Majority of such projects are being implemented and almost nearing completion. Making South Africa a Global Leader in Harnessing ICTs for Socio-economic Development