Our Transaction Advisory Service unit improves the quality of government projects by assisting with planning, procurement and implementation of large-scale transactions.
Our Capital Projects Appraisal unit provides project appraisals to determine the economic and financial viability of large infrastructure projects.
Our Institutional Development Support unit builds state capacity of government institutions by providing advice and technical support focusing on people, processes, tools and technology.
Our Public Expenditure and Policy Analysis unit conducts performance expenditure reviews to find areas for cost savings in government by analysing the link between performance and expenditure.
The Jobs Fund provides once off grants to support innovative initiatives and approaches to job creation.
The Municipal Finance Improvement Programme improves local government financial management practices by advising on financial management compliance, support, monitoring and oversight.
The Government Technical Advisory Centre enhances state capacity by providing professional and technical advisory services to the public sector.
Our brand new Knowledge Hub will be launching in September. This archive will house a vast range of resources to support and enhance public sector service delivery.
GTAC’s weekly webinar series aim to share knowledge & engage in robust debate. Click here to register for notifications.
The Government Technical Advisory Centre (GTAC) enhances public finance management and builds public sector capacity to improve governance and enhance public service delivery.
GTAC, an agency of National Treasury, provides professional and technical advisory services, programme and project management and transaction support to the public sector. GTAC uses strategic partnerships with academic and research institutions, civil society and business organisations to provide flexible consulting services to reduce service delivery constraints in the public sector.
South Africa Covid-19 Country Report: First Edition June 2021
This official government report covers the first year of the Covid-19 pandemic. It records measures and interventions adopted by the South African government in partnership with its social partners to combat the spread of the virus and manage the negative socio-economic impacts of the pandemic.
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Watch this video for a glimpse into what you can expect at the upcoming PEPA Savings@Work Conference
The PEPA Savings@Work Conference is taking place on 2 and 3 November 2022. The Conference is convened under the theme “Acting on what we now know”. The virtual conference will be an opportunity for officials that have received training on the spending review...
Day three of Winter School interrogates water and electricity services at a local level
The third day of the GTAC Public Economics Winter School looked at the provision of basic services of water and electricity and their role in determining the quality of life of citizens across South Africa. Barbara Mgutshini, KwaZulu-Natal CoGTA, delivered the first...
Project in the spotlight
The 2022 Savings@Work Conference will take place under the theme “Acting on what we now know” from 2 – 3 November 2022.
The virtual conference provides a platform for officials that have received training on the spending review methodology to share what they have done to implement spending reviews in their respective departments and sectors.
Presenters and speakers will highlight success stories but will also share the challenges they have faced during implementation of spending reviews with the aim of motivating and appealling to alumni and other stakeholders to act on what they now know to achieve the desired goals.
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PPP Foundation Training Programme
21 – 23 June, 2023
Register here A two-day Foundation Training programme is aimed at national and provincial government officials, and the private sector. The training programme is as follows: SA’s PPP regulatory framework PPP inception PPP feasibility study PPP procurement Introduction to standardised PPP provisions PPP contract management Introduction to project finance; project finance structures & project documentation Typical risk allocation in PPPs Group...
PPP Municipal Training Programme
19 – 21 July, 2023
A two-day Municipal Training programme is aimed at local government officials, and the private sector. The training programme is as follows: Municipal PPP regulations Feasibility study Procurement Managing the PPP contract Risk matrix Toolkit – solid waste management Toolkit – commercial use of municipal property Toolkit – water and sanitation These topics include regulations, formulated guidelines as well as a...
PPP Foundation Training Programme
4 – 6 October, 2023
A two-day Foundation Training programme is aimed at national and provincial government officials, and the private sector. The training programme is as follows: SA’s PPP regulatory framework PPP inception PPP feasibility study PPP procurement Introduction to standardised PPP provisions PPP contract management Introduction to project finance; project finance structures & project documentation Typical risk allocation in PPPs Group work: Compiling...
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