ICT Tenders: State-owned entities withdraw
It’s a quiet week for tenders, as government’s big spenders take a break.
ICT Tenders: National Treasury updates eTenders portal
The new electronic tenders system does offer improvements; however, shortfalls still remain.
Despite SITA, EOH is still getting govt tenders, says CEO
Stephen van Coller believes there’s no reason to blacklist the firm, and has no sympathy for the perpetrators of corruption who left EOH with R4 billion debt.
Gauteng e-Gov coughs up R142m after Altron blackout threat
The department confirms paying the outstanding invoices for the Gauteng Broadband Network, saying the delay was caused by non-compliance with procurement laws.
ICT tenders: SOEs lead the way
This week sees a handful of state-owned entities dominating with multiple requests.
City of Joburg on the hunt for SAP contractors
EOH might get another chance, as the municipality opts to pursue a public tender despite initially inviting quotes from a closed panel.
SITA lashes out at Gauteng e-gov, Altron over broadband services
The State IT Agency accuses Altron and Gauteng’s e-gov HOD of sharing inaccurate information, thereby portraying SITA as the one misleading the public.
SITA takes hard-line stance on EOH as it moots blacklisting
EOH benefitted the most from corrupt contracts, not its former execs, and must account for the wrongdoing, says SITA, as the firm defends its reformed position.
EOH responds to media coverage alleging imminent SITA blacklisting
EOH says it has treated the State Information Technology Agency in the same transparent manner that it has engaged with all affected stakeholders during the ENSafrica forensic investigation.
EXCLUSIVE: Last-ditch deal averts Gauteng Broadband Network blackout
The Gauteng Department of e-Government and Altron Nexus seal a last-minute deal to avoid a connectivity shutdown at key provincial institutions.
ICT tenders: National government comes out to playt
This week sees national departments pursuing direct interaction with the ICT sector.