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  Initiative

Program Perolehan Impak
Sosial Kerajaan (PPISK)

Making every ringgit impactful. A public procurement initiative for social impact

About PPISK

Government Social Impact Procurement Programme (also known as Program Perolehan Impak Sosial Kerajaan (PPISK) is an impact-driven social procurement programme which aims to leverage on the purchasing power of the Government in driving positive social and environmental outcomes in Malaysia

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Reward social impact businesses

For those who offer measurable social benefits as part of the projects, products, and/or services offered to the Government.

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Create fair opportunities

For impact-driven solutions to compete for procurement opportunities and further develop capacity and capabilities.

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Enhance credibility and investability

For those with potential to leverage on proven credentials for growth and scaling of social impact.

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Why PPISK?

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As part of Budget 2021’s goal in strengthening the nation’s economic resilience alongside social development, the Government of Malaysia has announced PPISK as a proof-of-concept initiative to introduce and promote social procurement across public sector entities in Malaysia. It also seeks to provide a platform to access the capacity and capability of social impact businesses in providing impact-driven products and/or services at scale.

Approved PPISK applicants will be onboarded to the national e-procurement system, i.e. e-Perolehan, as registered vendors for the Government of Malaysia for procurement opportunities.

To this end, the Government of Malaysia (“GOM”) has announced a total of RM20 million worth of social procurement opportunities available to be tapped on.

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Pilot Ministries

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These 5 pilot ministries have collectively committed to social procurement under PPISK:

Unique features of PPISK

PPISK introduces innovative government procurement policy in supporting impact driven businesses
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Preferred
Vendor

Priority towards approved PPISK applicants in procuring available products and/or services

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Unrestricted
Transactions

Direct procurement opportunities of up to RM20,000 per transaction and potential to join open tender exercises if eligible

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Relaxed
Criteria

Exemption or Waiver of selected criteria for e-Perolehan Registration

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Who can apply for PPISK?

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Accredited
Social Enterprises

Certified by MEDAC under the
National Social Enterprise Accreditation

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Non-Accredited
Social Enterprises

Non-accredited impact-driven entities
validated by MaGIC

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Eligibility Criteria

Who is eligible for e-PIK?

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Accredited
Social Enterprises

Certified by MEDAC under the National Social Enterprise Accreditation

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Non-Accredited
Social Enterprises

Non-accredited impact-driven entities
validated by MaGIC


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Get Accredited
Eligibility Criteria

How to be Eligible for PPISK?

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Submission of Certificate of SE Accreditation under MEDAC or Documentation to be Validated by MaGIC as according to the following SE criteria:

Clear social and/or environmental goal;

Allocates a significant amount of resources towards achieving their social or environmental goal; and

Equipped with a sustainable business model for long-term impact

Market ready products and/or services relevant to the Pilot Ministries

Fulfill conditions of e-Perolehan registration including:

Minimum paid-up capital of RM2,500

Valid bank account

Registered under the stipulated law (SSM/ROS/SKM/State Registrar) 

Minimum of one employee

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Resources

Read these documents to prepare a successful application
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Resources

Read these documents to prepare a successful application
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More Information

About SIM

When will the SIM Grant be available and for how long?

The SIM Grant will open for application starting 1 August 2020 for a period of 12 months or upon full disbursement of RM10 million, whichever comes first.

How It Works

What is the matching ratio of the SIM Grant?

The matching ratio of the grant is at 1 to 1 (1:1) i.e. for every RM1.00 crowdfunded by the applicant, RM1.00 grant will be awarded; equivalent to the amount it has successfully crowdfunded subject to the capping amount, based on the types of applicant (Accredited SE, Non-accredited SE, and any other individual or entity).

Application Process

How to apply for the SIM Grant?

Applicants must submit their application via an online platform determined by MaGIC. Complete information and documentation must be submitted online to facilitate evaluation by MaGIC. There are three (3) steps to the application process as follows:

Step 1 - Eligibility screening process;
Step 2 - Due diligence process, followed by evaluation and approval of the applicant by JAC;
Step 3 - Documentation and grant disbursement