Finance, Supply Chain and Security and Facilities Management

Chief Financial Officer (CFO) 
Gcobisa Soci
Tel: 012 473 0336

The purpose of the Chief Directorate is to provide strategic leadership in financial administration, supply chain management, asset management, facilities management, records management and security services.

Finance, Supply Chain and Security and Facilities Management is responsible for overseeing the implementation of the Public Finance Management Act, 1999 [PDF] 647 kb, the Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act, 2000 [PDF] 86 kb, the Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) Act, 1993 [PDF] 114 kb and Management Information Security Standards (MISS) and National Archives Act No. 43 of 1996.

The functions of the CFO are:

  • providing overall financial management
  • assisting and guiding senior management (Government Communication and Information System's (MANCO and EXCO) with issues such as:
    • budget planning and management
    • financial management and administration
    • supply chain management: demand management, acquisition management, logistics management, and contract management)
    • asset management and facilities management 
    • records management and security services

Finance, Supply Chain and Security and Facilities Management comprise the following directorates:


Directorate: Financial Management

Director: Hennie Bekker
Tel: 012 473 0099

The purpose of Finance is to provide financial administration and budget management for the department.

The functions of Finance are:

  • budgetary planning and management [Medium Term Expenditure Framework (MTEF), Estimates of National Expenditure (ENE), Adjusted Estimates of National Expenditure (AENE), monthly projections, In-Year Monitoring Report (IYM) to National Treasury and budget reporting to Executive Authority (section 40 reports)
  • budget and expenditure reports to Budget Committee, GCIS EXCO and MANCO, 
  • budget implementation and monitoring: budget balancing, budget shifts and virements, expenditure monitoring and reporting
  • financial management and administration (salaries, debt, bookkeeping, subsistence and travel, transport, petty cash, departmental projects, thefts and losses, switchboard)
  • month-end and financial year closures
  • drafting of interim and annual financial statements.

Finance comprises the following sub-directorates:

Subdirectorate: Budget Office

Deputy Director: Kedibone Matlala
Tel: 012 473 0127

The functions of the Budget Office are budget planning and control, which include, among others:

  • budget administration
  • monthly projections and In-Year Monitoring Report (IYM) to National Treasury
  • roll-over of funds
  • cash-flow projections
  • virement
  • expenditure monitoring
  • compile pack for Budget Committee, consisting of financial, budget and expenditure reports
  • Medium Term Expenditure Framework (MTEF)
  • Adjustments Budget
  • Estimates of National Expenditure (ENE)
  • compile the appropriation statement for the annual financial statements.

Subdirectorate: Financial Administration

Deputy Director: Mr Nico Makgoleng
Tel: 012 473 0371

The functions of Financial Administration are:

  • salary administration
  • departmental debt
  • taxation
  • payment of allowances
  • travel and subsistence
  • subsidised transport
  • chauffeur driver services
  • departmental driver services
  • Government Garage (GG) transport
  • theft and losses
  • bookkeeping and revenue administration
  • petty cash
  • reconciliation of departmental projects
  • switchboard
  • draft financial policies.
  • do monthly and financial year closing procedures.
  • draft interm and annual financial statements

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Directorate: Supply Chain Management

Director: Midah Moreroa
Tel: 012 473 0185

The purpose of the directorate is to provide for procurement services and asset management control, and to manage the property to ensure a conducive working environment for the staff.

Deputy Director: Namane Mahlaba
Tel: 012 473 0093

The functions of the Supply Chain Management are:

  • bid and contract administration:
    • inputs to task directives
    • advertising bids
    • bid management
    • contract managemnt
  • supply chain management:
    • providing guidance in line with the national framework (i.e. PFMA, PPPFA, Treasury Regulations, Preferential Procurement Regulations, National Treasury instruction notes and directive, etc)
    • capturing of request
    • issuing of orders
  • creditor management:
    • management of the commitment file
    • batch control
    • processing of creditor and sundry payments.


Directorate: Security and Facilities Management

Director: Avhasei Tshirangwana
Tel: 012 473 0439

Deputy Director: Vacant

The functions of the Security, Facilities, Assets and Records Management Directorate are:

  • registry:
    • controling incoming and outgoing mail and parcels
    • administering the photocopy lease contracts and the expenditure of photocopies made
    • providing messenger services
  • cleaning:
    • administering service-level agreement of the private cleaning company
    • providing hygiene services
  • catering:
    • providing catering services to staff meetings/workshops
  • maintenance:
    • maintenance services as per lease agreements and inhouse minor repairs
    • monitoring the loading and off-loading of goods
  • occupational health and safety (OHS) services:
    • monitoring the implementation of OHS Act policy requirements
  • property management:
    • ensure suitable accommodation for the overall Government Communication and Information System
    • monitor lease rental and municipal services payments 
    • maintain and update lease register
  • security:
    • providing physical security services and monitor access control in the premises
    • monitoring the operation of security systems
  • asset control and management:
  • disposal
  • asset verification
  • asset reconciliation