The image of the 9 elements of the project life cycle is explained in more detail. A comment has been added to describe the elements in which the consulting engineer`s design services play a critical role 2: CONSULTING Engineering SERVICES AND ATTRIBUTESThe title of this chapter has been changed. 4 No changes have been made to the text that refers to the text of Chapter 1. CHAPTER 3 Acquisition of consulting services in the field of engineering services Updating the ICDB rules applicable to parastatal organisations and updating the impact of the use of quality (functionality) as a threshold resulting from the shutdown of the KZN. Annex D (Procurement Cycle Checklist) summarised in 4 SCOPE Greater focus on Scope of Services (otherwise renamed Services Required) and Scope of Work, with reference to the new Annex F(A), the ECSA 2013 guide, which clearly shows: that scope descriptions by the customer are typical consulting engineering services, based on the 2013 ECSA Directive and PROCSA Scope of Services by Stage &by DisciplineCHAPTER 5 TENDER DOCUMENTATION FOR CONSULTIN G Engineering services No changes, but a summary of the existing Annex G is now included in complement 6 VALUE-ADDED SERVICES The COMPLEMENT highlights the role of quality in ensuring added value and putting costs in a value-added perspective, with the number “Ability to influence. 9 The 2013 SUPPLEMENT is the first major update since the initial publication of the Public Procurement Directive in 2010. The content of the SUPPLEMENT is presented in good faith and serves only as a general guidance on issues of interest. The authors and the organizations to which the authors are affiliated do not give any express or implied assurances or warranties as to the completeness or accuracy of the information, provided that the person he receives makes his own decisions as to the appropriateness of the use of the information for their own purposes and that the information does not replace specific technical or professional advice or in 2013 THE SUPPLEMENT was written as a separate document. . .