As from 1st April 2016 all Suppliers that would want to do Business with NMISA are sincerely requested to register with the Central Supplier Database administered by Treasury. This will enable NMISA to ensure that business will continue smoothly as from the 1st April 2016 as well as make it easier for our Supply Chain to manage procurement.
Please use the following documents to assist you to register if you haven't already done so.
1. Supplier Registration
2. CSD User Guide - Master
3. CSD Support Tool
Please also visit the CSD Website for further information.
"..a central supplier database will be introduced. Suppliers will only be required to register once when they do business with the state. This will significantly reduce the administrative burden for business, especially small and medium-sized enterprises. The database will interface with SARS, the Companies and Intellectual Property Commission and the payroll system. It will electronically verify a supplier’s tax and BEE status, and enable public sector officials doing business with the state to be identified. This intervention will also reduce the administrative burden for SCM practitioners and address many of the concerns raised by the Auditor-General every year."
Optical measurement of white LEDs represents a major challenge
due to factors such as operating temperature burn-in phase and aging, which
affect lamps’ emission performance.
Written by Elsie Coetzee
This paper was presented at the recent IESSA Congress and
submitted for publication via IESSA
This cooperation between NMISA and SKA South Africa will
enhance South Africa’s position as the best time keeping facility in Africa and
make it one of the best in the world.
NMISA signs MOU with SKA.pdf
Calibration laboratories have traditionally been staffed by highly skilled metrologists performing highly accurate measurements, using laborious, manually operated equipment. To obtain good measurement results required years of experience and thorough knowledge of the measurement systems being used. The metrologists’ skill therefore had a major impact on the reliability of the measurement results produced by the laboratory
Invitation for supplier to
register on the National Metrology Institute Of South Africa (NMISA) database.
NMISA DATABASE ADVERT.pdf