TREASURY CONNECT

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Business Continuity Plan

A Business Continuity Plan (BCP) was created in 2014 that acts as a guide for management and key personnel in the event of a disaster to communicate to staff and advise on action plans.

In the event of a disaster, the HOD will inform the TMM using a WhatsApp group (also known as a BCP Call Tree) thereafter filtering the message through to their direct reports, following a waterfall approach until all staff has been notified.

PT’s Business Continuity Plan can be activated due to: Communication Loss | Power Outage | Bomb Threat | Terrorist Attack | Fire | Flood | Earthquake | Storm | Pandemic | Vandalism | Industrial action | Drought.

20171116 – Business Continuity Plan Summary

Business Continuity Plan (BCP) – 19 May 2016

 

 


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Minister Maynier welcomes David Savage as new PT HOD

Speech delivered by Minister Maynier during PT Connect session:

It gives me great pleasure to welcome David Savage who has been appointed as the new Head Official of Provincial Treasury.

His experience working at National Treasury, his experience working in international financial institutions, his experience working in the local government finance, his commitment to building teams and his passion for “treasury people” Continue reading


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We are getting things done

Today we tabled the Medium-Term Budget Policy Statement (MTBPS) and the 2019 Adjusted Estimates of Provincial Revenue and Expenditure in the Western Cape provincial parliament. We expect to spend approximately R72.8 billion in 2020/21, R77.3 billion in 2021/22 and R81.7 billion in 2022/23, or a total of R231.9 billion over the medium term in the Western Cape. Continue reading