Offering Criteria of Critical Infrastructure Reconstruction Programme
- Applicants must submit complete applications prior to development of infrastructure construction.
- This will be in the form of a cost-sharing grant of 50% of the total qualifying infrastructure costs to a maximum cap of R30 million.
Non Qualifying Costs
- Value Added Tax (VAT) payable in connection with the direct qualifying project costs.
- Maintenance and repair costs or any other costs incurred after the completion of the construction of the infrastructure and commissioning thereof.
- Costs associated with tendering documentation and the tendering process.
- Cost associated with research and development other than that improves the current product or develops the current product to the next generation.
- Equipment, tools and machinery for the purposes of manufacturing.
- Any other cost/s that the Adjudication Committee, in its sole discretion, may deem as non- qualifying.
- Approved applicants will enter into a contract with the dtic and payments of claims to approved projects will be based on qualifying deliverables.
- The approved applicant has to submit mandatory documents deemed necessary by the dtic for payments to be processed, such as a valid Tax Clearance Certificate.
- the dtic reserves the right to verify the existence of the supported deliverables and their quality.
- All payments will be governed by the terms and conditions of the contract between the approved applicant and the dtic.
- Payment to approved applicants will be subject to the submission and verification of claims by the dtic.
- All mandatory requirements must be fulfilled before any payment.
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