NAMFISA Procurement Policy is issued consistent with the requirements and authorizations contained in the Public Procurement Act 2015, (Act No 15 of 2015) (“the Act”), Public Procurement Regulations 2015 (“PPR"), and the NAMFISA Act, 2001 (Act No. 3 of 2001).

NAMFISA supports and adheres to the policy and legislative framework which the Government has in place to re-address the disadvantaged social and economic position, therefore;

  • Relevant procedures and processes must reflect a procurement system which is sustainable,fair, ethical, equitable, transparent, competitive and cost effective.

  • NAMFISA will take necessary action regarding corrupt activities and acts of financial misconduct.

  • NAMFISA’s Code of Ethics requires that all business transactions are based on sound business practices and are conducted with integrity, fairness and transparency by adhering to a properly documented procurement process.

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Supplier Guidelines

As per NAMFISA’s Code of Conduct, “All dealings with existing and potential suppliers, must be conducted in accordance with transparent sourcing policies and ethical procurement practices as provided for in the Procurement Policy for NAMFISA.”

We therefore expect our suppliers as partners to continually strive for continuous service delivery, drive cost efficiency, mitigate risk exposure and present innovative solutions to our challenges. However our dealings must be based on sound ethical conduct, good governance and compliance to the Authority’s Policies and procedures.

We look forward to developing these partnerships and relationships in the future.

How to become a Supplier

NAMFISA strives to foster beneficial relationships with suppliers that deliver value, innovation, diversity and fit for purpose solutions to our organisation.

Our preference is to issue invitations for closed tenders, to approved suppliers on our database. In accordance with Procurement’s strategy, we have established a preferred supplier database, through a rigorous process and have contracted with these preferred suppliers for a specific period.

However, periodically, we encourage potential new suppliers to register on our database to be considered for future opportunities.


The Procurement Officer


INCOTERMS 2010 (223.83 KB)

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GCC Request For Quotations (Works) (539.21 KB)

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GCC For Non Consultancy Services (Time Based) (437.02 KB)

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GCC For Non Consulting Services (Lump Sum) (422.73 KB)

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Public Procurement Regulations 2015 (341.88 KB)

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Public Procurement Act 15 of 2015 (381.38 KB)

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Supplier Accreditation Form (1.98 MB)

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