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AUDITING SERVICES FOR THE PROGRAMME FOR LUAPULA AGRICULTURAL AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT AND BACK STOPPING SUPPORT IN AUDIT REVIEWS OF SELECTED OTHER 5 PROGRAMMES

Ministry for Foreign Affairs | Published December 20, 2011  -  Deadline February 3, 2012
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79210000, 79000000, 79200000

Programme for Luapula Agricultural and Rural Development (PLARD) II Audits: Audit the annual financial reports for PLARD II period January-December 2011-14 as submitted to the MFA and express an audit opinion according to ISA 800 on whether the financial report of PLARD II submitted to MFA, is in accordance with PLARD II’s accounting records and agreed budget. Examine, assess and report on compliance with the terms and conditions of the agreement between The Government of the Republic of Finland and the Government of the Republic of Zambia, the consultancy contract and applicable laws and regulations within accounting and taxes. The auditor shall examine on a test basis that there is supporting documentation related to reported expenditure. The size of the test shall be based on the auditor’s risk analysis and that should be stated in the report. The auditor shall report the identified amount in case there is any missing supporting documentation. Other: Support to the Embassy of Finland in Lusaka in the following: assessment of the Annual audit reports of 5 ongoing programmes in rural development and good governance sectors provided by the respective line ministries and/or the programmes to the Embassy.

Management of an early stage asymmetric co-investment fund.

City of Oulu, BusinessOulu | Published March 1, 2012  -  Deadline April 10, 2012
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66600000

1. The City of Oulu (the "Investor") requests your quotation to select a party (the "Management Company") suitable for the establishment and management of the early stage, asymmetric, closed end, co-investment fund (the "Fund"), defined in more detail (i) in the RFQ, Appendix 1 (ii) and in the Proposed Term Sheet (the "Terms") Appendix 2; 2. The Fund will be a public-private partnership with the target size of 35 000 000 EUR and operating period of 10+2 years. The Fund may invest into early stage companies in any industry sector and the focus area of the Fund will be agreed in joint and structured strategy work by and between the Management Company and the investor, as agreed in detail in the agreement (the "Strategy Work"). The Fund shall be in the form of a limited partnership and may consist of several separate limited partnerships, as deemed appropriate by the Management Company and investors of the Fund. The Investor has the right to nominate 2 members to the supervisory board, or equivalent, of the Fund and 2 members to the investment committee, or equivalent, of the Fund; 3. The Investor has made a decision to invest 5 000 000 EUR to the Fund. EU notification that is required for the use of the funds from European Union sources, namely, European Regional Development Fund ("ERDF"), is in process. Funds received from the ERDF during the current program period (2007 – 2013), if any, shall be invested by the end of 2015 and funds received during the following program period (2014 – 2020), if any, may be invested thereafter; 4. With respect to the (i) investment of the Investor, the required ratio of public and private investments is 50/50 and (ii) funding from European Union sources, the required ratio of public and private investments is 70/30. Practicalities due to above requirements are agreed in the agreement; 5. Private investors can make investments to the Fund or directly to the target companies and they will benefit from liquidation preference defined in the terms. Target is to leverage individual business angels as well as business angel networks in the investments and operations of the Fund. Investor has already had negotiations with the private investors and possible feeder funds but the Management Company shall be responsible for closing of commenced negotiations; 6. Management Company is expected to make at least 10 new first time investments into seed and startup stage entities per year during the first time investment period of the Fund. The first time investment period is defined in the agreement. Approximately 20-40 % of the amount invested may be first time investments in seed and startup stage entities with the investment amount per investment approximately up to 500 000 EUR and approximately 60-80 % of the amount invested may be follow up investments in startup and expansion stage companies with the investment amount per investment up to 2 500 000 EUR. The investment policy of the Fund is decided and amended through the strategy work; 7. The Fund shall be located in the City of Oulu and from the beginning at least one manager of the nominated Management Company shall be permanently placed in the Oulu area and nominated management company shall commit to increase the number of local managers when the size of the Fund exceeds 15 000 000 EUR, at the latest. The managers of the Fund may be changed during the management period of the Fund, only as agreed in the agreement; 8. The annual management fee payable to the Management Company by the investor or from the investment made by the Investor shall be: (I) 300 000 EUR per year for the first two years or 2.5 % of the capital commitments given by the Investor, whichever is higher and (II) Thereafter for three following years 2.5 % of the capital commitments given by the Investor and (III) Thereafter 2.5 % of the investments made using the Investor’s capital. Management fee is agreed in detail in the agreement and may vary between separate limited partnerships and investors of the Fund but, however, may not be more than 5 % of the capital commitments given by the investors of the Fund. In addition, the Management Company is entitled to the carried interest that is subject to so called Claw Back mechanism, as defined in more detail in the terms and finally agreed in the agreement; 9. The Management Company, Investor and other investors of the Fund shall enter into the management agreement and other required agreements (the "Agreement") that are based on the terms, the RFQ and standard market requirements. Requirements set forth in this RFQ and the terms are the minimum level and may be tightened up and detailed in the agreement. The agreement will define the tasks of the Management Company. The contract period starts from the signing of the agreement and stays in force for the term of the respective limited partnership. Art. 2 activities related to the incorporation and management of the Fund. 1. The activities to be carried out by the management company will consist of incorporation and management of the Fund; 2. Costs incurred by the management company due to incorporation of the Fund (administrative fees, legal fees etc.) up to 100 000 EUR at most, may be covered from the investments made to the Fund or other financing provided by the investors for such purposes. incorporation costs in excess of 100 000 EUR shall be covered from the management fee payable to the management company. In case the nominated Management Company is a manager of one or more other funds, the Management Company shall keep the Fund and other funds separate and have a separate accounting for the Fund; 3. Fund may make investments to the target companies as follows: 1. Seed financing: is the investment in the study, assessment and development phase of an innovative idea, when the technical validity of the product/service is still to be demonstrated; 2. Start up financing: is the investment aiming for starting up a company, when the commercial validity of the product/service is not yet known, but a prototype already exists; 3. Expansion financing: is the investment provided for the growth and expansion of an existing company, which may or may not break even or trade profitably, for the purposes of increasing production capacity, market or product development, or the provision of additional working capital; 4. Target companies of the Fund shall have operation in the Northern Ostrobothnia area. Target companies shall be knowledge intensive companies aiming and having potential to fast growth on international markets. Target companies may operate in any industry sector; 5. Investments of the Fund will be made in the form of subscription of shares or other equity securities or quasi-equity (mezzanine) securities (the "Shares") of new or existing, non listed and knowledge intensive companies. Investments shall be made in accordance with applicable Finnish and European Community laws, the agreement and the investment criteria of the Fund. Investment of the funds received from public sources requires that also an investment of the funds received from private sources will be made at the same conditions. A quantity of funds received from private sources is 50 % when investing the funds received from the Investor and 30 % when investing funds received from European Union sources with the pre-notified Terms. The shares subscribed within one or more investment tranches cannot exceed 49 % of the of the aggregate and fully diluted share capital of the target company and investments to one target company may not be more than 20 % of the entire capital assets of the Fund; 6. Purchases of the shares will be carried out on the basis of an evaluation carried out by the Management Company in accordance with the investment criteria of the Fund. Purchases of the shares will be executed by the Management Company, in complete autonomy, operating in strictly private terms as independent operator and in accordance with traditional market economy principles. Investment Committee shall be consulted when making the investment decisions, as agreed in the agreement. The Management Company will be also responsible for finding and selecting one or more private investors for each target company that will agree on investing into the single target company at the same conditions of the public resources of the Fund: according to this principle, private co-investors will acquire and dismiss their shares simultaneously and at the same economic conditions the public investors; 7. The Fund cannot invest in companies in difficulty in accordance with EU Directives regarding State Aid assistance for the rescue and turnaround of companies in difficulty. Art. 3 public resources. 1. Current public funds of the Fund are provided by the Investor and the investment period of such funds and related private funds shall be agreed in the agreement; 2. Additional public funds can be provided by the respective managing authority managing the ERDF or other funds from European Union sources (the "Managing Authority") and investment period of such funds and related private funds depends from the requirements applicable to such additional public funds; 3. EFRD funds received from European Union sources during the current program period (2007 - 2013), if any, shall be invested by the end of 2015; 4. The public funds indicated in paragraph 1 and the funds eventually made available in accordance with paragraph 2 must be divested within the expiring date of the agreement or in accordance with the requirements set for using the funds from European Union sources. Distributions in kind are not acceptable without separate agreement between the parties; 5. Transfer of the public funds from the investors to the Fund will be agreed in the agreement. Art. 4 private resources. 1. In order to invest the public funds mentioned above in Art. 3, the Management Company shall guarantee, deal by deal, an additional amount of funds from private investors. Funds from private investors can be: (I) Collected to the Fund and thereto invested to the target companies or (II) Directly invested to the target companies. With respect to the: (I) funds received from the Investor, the ratio of public and private funds is 50/50 and (II) ERDF funds received in accordance with the terms, the ratio of public and private funds is 70/30. 2. The ratio / percentage of the funds contributed by private investors as stipulated in the preceding paragraph shall be maintained by the Management Company even in the case of further increases in the amount of public funds invested to the Fund. Art. 5 responsibilities of the Management Company. 1. In order to execute the transfer of the funds, defined above in articles 3 and 4, the Management Company must: — Enter into the agreement with the Investor, — Accept the amendment of the agreement in case the investment of the funds from European Union sources so requires; and — Inform the Investor and the Managing Authority of any events affecting to the agreement, as amended. 2. Management Company shall send to the Investor, the Managing Authority and other investors of the Fund an annual report, which must include: — The annual accounts of the Fund, — A detailed list of the investments and exits carried out by the Fund, — Amount of employees hired by the target companies before and after the investment, — An analysis of the earnings and losses with regard to the divestment of the shares with an account of the managing expenses sustained, — Problems faced and the solutions eventually proposed and adopted; and — Any information required due to use of the funds from European Union sources or by the other investors of the Fund. 3. The Management Company must, in addition, provide the budget for the following year well in advance and keep available all documentation relative to the operations carried out in the six years following the last divestment of shares or termination of the Fund; 4. The Management Company is responsible for negotiating with private investors and target companies the terms and conditions of the investment that shall be identical for both the public and private investors and specified in the written transaction agreement.

Management of an early stage asymmetric co-investment fund.

City of Oulu, BusinessOulu | Published March 1, 2012  -  Deadline April 10, 2012
cpvs
66600000

1. The City of Oulu (the "Investor") requests your quotation to select a party (the "Management Company") suitable for the establishment and management of the early stage, asymmetric, closed end, co-investment fund (the "Fund"), defined in more detail (i) in the RFQ, Appendix 1 (ii) and in the Proposed Term Sheet (the "Terms") Appendix 2; 2. The Fund will be a public-private partnership with the target size of 35 000 000 EUR and operating period of 10+2 years. The Fund may invest into early stage companies in any industry sector and the focus area of the Fund will be agreed in joint and structured strategy work by and between the Management Company and the investor, as agreed in detail in the agreement (the "Strategy Work"). The Fund shall be in the form of a limited partnership and may consist of several separate limited partnerships, as deemed appropriate by the Management Company and investors of the Fund. The Investor has the right to nominate 2 members to the supervisory board, or equivalent, of the Fund and 2 members to the investment committee, or equivalent, of the Fund; 3. The Investor has made a decision to invest 5 000 000 EUR to the Fund. EU notification that is required for the use of the funds from European Union sources, namely, European Regional Development Fund ("ERDF"), is in process. Funds received from the ERDF during the current program period (2007 – 2013), if any, shall be invested by the end of 2015 and funds received during the following program period (2014 – 2020), if any, may be invested thereafter; 4. With respect to the (i) investment of the Investor, the required ratio of public and private investments is 50/50 and (ii) funding from European Union sources, the required ratio of public and private investments is 70/30. Practicalities due to above requirements are agreed in the agreement; 5. Private investors can make investments to the Fund or directly to the target companies and they will benefit from liquidation preference defined in the terms. Target is to leverage individual business angels as well as business angel networks in the investments and operations of the Fund. Investor has already had negotiations with the private investors and possible feeder funds but the Management Company shall be responsible for closing of commenced negotiations; 6. Management Company is expected to make at least 10 new first time investments into seed and startup stage entities per year during the first time investment period of the Fund. The first time investment period is defined in the agreement. Approximately 20-40 % of the amount invested may be first time investments in seed and startup stage entities with the investment amount per investment approximately up to 500 000 EUR and approximately 60-80 % of the amount invested may be follow up investments in startup and expansion stage companies with the investment amount per investment up to 2 500 000 EUR. The investment policy of the Fund is decided and amended through the strategy work; 7. The Fund shall be located in the City of Oulu and from the beginning at least one manager of the nominated Management Company shall be permanently placed in the Oulu area and nominated management company shall commit to increase the number of local managers when the size of the Fund exceeds 15 000 000 EUR, at the latest. The managers of the Fund may be changed during the management period of the Fund, only as agreed in the agreement; 8. The annual management fee payable to the Management Company by the investor or from the investment made by the Investor shall be: (I) 300 000 EUR per year for the first two years or 2.5 % of the capital commitments given by the Investor, whichever is higher and (II) Thereafter for three following years 2.5 % of the capital commitments given by the Investor and (III) Thereafter 2.5 % of the investments made using the Investor’s capital. Management fee is agreed in detail in the agreement and may vary between separate limited partnerships and investors of the Fund but, however, may not be more than 5 % of the capital commitments given by the investors of the Fund. In addition, the Management Company is entitled to the carried interest that is subject to so called Claw Back mechanism, as defined in more detail in the terms and finally agreed in the agreement; 9. The Management Company, Investor and other investors of the Fund shall enter into the management agreement and other required agreements (the "Agreement") that are based on the terms, the RFQ and standard market requirements. Requirements set forth in this RFQ and the terms are the minimum level and may be tightened up and detailed in the agreement. The agreement will define the tasks of the Management Company. The contract period starts from the signing of the agreement and stays in force for the term of the respective limited partnership. Art. 2 activities related to the incorporation and management of the Fund. 1. The activities to be carried out by the management company will consist of incorporation and management of the Fund; 2. Costs incurred by the management company due to incorporation of the Fund (administrative fees, legal fees etc.) up to 100 000 EUR at most, may be covered from the investments made to the Fund or other financing provided by the investors for such purposes. incorporation costs in excess of 100 000 EUR shall be covered from the management fee payable to the management company. In case the nominated Management Company is a manager of one or more other funds, the Management Company shall keep the Fund and other funds separate and have a separate accounting for the Fund; 3. Fund may make investments to the target companies as follows: 1. Seed financing: is the investment in the study, assessment and development phase of an innovative idea, when the technical validity of the product/service is still to be demonstrated; 2. Start up financing: is the investment aiming for starting up a company, when the commercial validity of the product/service is not yet known, but a prototype already exists; 3. Expansion financing: is the investment provided for the growth and expansion of an existing company, which may or may not break even or trade profitably, for the purposes of increasing production capacity, market or product development, or the provision of additional working capital; 4. Target companies of the Fund shall have operation in the Northern Ostrobothnia area. Target companies shall be knowledge intensive companies aiming and having potential to fast growth on international markets. Target companies may operate in any industry sector; 5. Investments of the Fund will be made in the form of subscription of shares or other equity securities or quasi-equity (mezzanine) securities (the "Shares") of new or existing, non listed and knowledge intensive companies. Investments shall be made in accordance with applicable Finnish and European Community laws, the agreement and the investment criteria of the Fund. Investment of the funds received from public sources requires that also an investment of the funds received from private sources will be made at the same conditions. A quantity of funds received from private sources is 50 % when investing the funds received from the Investor and 30 % when investing funds received from European Union sources with the pre-notified Terms. The shares subscribed within one or more investment tranches cannot exceed 49 % of the of the aggregate and fully diluted share capital of the target company and investments to one target company may not be more than 20 % of the entire capital assets of the Fund; 6. Purchases of the shares will be carried out on the basis of an evaluation carried out by the Management Company in accordance with the investment criteria of the Fund. Purchases of the shares will be executed by the Management Company, in complete autonomy, operating in strictly private terms as independent operator and in accordance with traditional market economy principles. Investment Committee shall be consulted when making the investment decisions, as agreed in the agreement. The Management Company will be also responsible for finding and selecting one or more private investors for each target company that will agree on investing into the single target company at the same conditions of the public resources of the Fund: according to this principle, private co-investors will acquire and dismiss their shares simultaneously and at the same economic conditions the public investors; 7. The Fund cannot invest in companies in difficulty in accordance with EU Directives regarding State Aid assistance for the rescue and turnaround of companies in difficulty. Art. 3 public resources. 1. Current public funds of the Fund are provided by the Investor and the investment period of such funds and related private funds shall be agreed in the agreement; 2. Additional public funds can be provided by the respective managing authority managing the ERDF or other funds from European Union sources (the "Managing Authority") and investment period of such funds and related private funds depends from the requirements applicable to such additional public funds; 3. EFRD funds received from European Union sources during the current program period (2007 - 2013), if any, shall be invested by the end of 2015; 4. The public funds indicated in paragraph 1 and the funds eventually made available in accordance with paragraph 2 must be divested within the expiring date of the agreement or in accordance with the requirements set for using the funds from European Union sources. Distributions in kind are not acceptable without separate agreement between the parties; 5. Transfer of the public funds from the investors to the Fund will be agreed in the agreement. Art. 4 private resources. 1. In order to invest the public funds mentioned above in Art. 3, the Management Company shall guarantee, deal by deal, an additional amount of funds from private investors. Funds from private investors can be: (I) Collected to the Fund and thereto invested to the target companies or (II) Directly invested to the target companies. With respect to the: (I) funds received from the Investor, the ratio of public and private funds is 50/50 and (II) ERDF funds received in accordance with the terms, the ratio of public and private funds is 70/30. 2. The ratio / percentage of the funds contributed by private investors as stipulated in the preceding paragraph shall be maintained by the Management Company even in the case of further increases in the amount of public funds invested to the Fund. Art. 5 responsibilities of the Management Company. 1. In order to execute the transfer of the funds, defined above in articles 3 and 4, the Management Company must: — Enter into the agreement with the Investor, — Accept the amendment of the agreement in case the investment of the funds from European Union sources so requires; and — Inform the Investor and the Managing Authority of any events affecting to the agreement, as amended. 2. Management Company shall send to the Investor, the Managing Authority and other investors of the Fund an annual report, which must include: — The annual accounts of the Fund, — A detailed list of the investments and exits carried out by the Fund, — Amount of employees hired by the target companies before and after the investment, — An analysis of the earnings and losses with regard to the divestment of the shares with an account of the managing expenses sustained, — Problems faced and the solutions eventually proposed and adopted; and — Any information required due to use of the funds from European Union sources or by the other investors of the Fund. 3. The Management Company must, in addition, provide the budget for the following year well in advance and keep available all documentation relative to the operations carried out in the six years following the last divestment of shares or termination of the Fund; 4. The Management Company is responsible for negotiating with private investors and target companies the terms and conditions of the investment that shall be identical for both the public and private investors and specified in the written transaction agreement.

paper or paperboard registers, account books, binders, forms and other articles of printed stationery

Savonlinnan seudun kuntayhtymä | Published March 22, 2012
Winner
Lekolar-Printel Oy Metsäläntie 20 FI-00320 Helsinki FINLAND
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22800000

Koulu- ja askartelutarvikkeiden hankinta Savonlinnan seudun kuntayhtymän seudullisen hankintatoimen jäsenorganisaatioille lukuvuosille 2012-2013, optiot 1+1+1 lukuvuotta. Hankinnassa mukana ovat Enonkosken, Joroisten, Juvan, Kerimäen, Punkaharjun, Rantasalmen ja Sulkavan kunnat sekä Savonlinnan kaupunki. Tarjouskilpailun perusteella valitaan yksi ensisijainen toimittaja koulu- ja askartelutarvikkeiden toimittajaksi. Lisäksi voidaan valita yksi tai useampi täydentävä toimittaja. Huom! Ilmoituksen tarkat tiedot löytyvät Tarjouspalvelu.fi -toimittajaportaalista. Myös tarjouksen/osallistumisilmoituksen lähetys tehdään tätä kautta. Suoran linkin ilmoituksen tietoihin löydät tästä Hilma-ilmoituksesta. https://tarjouspalvelu.fi/savonlinna/?id=3907&tpk=77fbfb09-bb40-4424-9a40-9e45cf0e56c1

accounting, auditing and fiscal services

Finnvera Oyj (1805485-9) | Published July 13, 2012
Winner
KPMG Oy Ab 1805485-9 PL 1037 FI-00101 Helsinki FINLAND
cpvs
79200000

Hankinnan kohteena on Finnvera Oyj:n ja Finnvera-konserniin kuuluvien muiden yhtiöiden sekä valtiontakuurahaston tilintarkastustyön suorittaminen. Tilintarkastusyhteisön tehtävänä on lisäksi avustaa työ- ja elinkeinoministeriötä lain valtion erityisrahoitusyhtiöstä (443/98) 6 § 3 momentissa tarkoitetun Finnvera Oyj:n valvonnan toteuttamisessa.

accounting, auditing and fiscal services

Suomen Julkishankinta | Published November 23, 2012  -  Deadline December 23, 2012
cpvs
79200000

accounting, auditing and fiscal services

Accounting and auditing services

Oulun kaupunki | Published April 11, 2013
Winner
Ernst & Young Oy
cpvs
79210000

Oulu-konserniin kuuluvien tytäryhtiöiden ja eräiden säätiöiden tilintarkastuspalvelut kaudella 2013–2016.

Accounting and auditing services

Vaasan kaupunki | Published May 8, 2013
Winner
BDO Audiator Oy Vattuniemenranta 2 00210 Helsinki
cpvs
79210000

Vaasan kaupungin hallinnon ja talouden tarkastuspalvelut tarjouspyyntöasiakirjoissa eritellyn mukaisesti. Varsinainen sopimuskausi on kolme (3) vuotta, eli tilikausien 2013–2015 tarkastukset.

SPET-CT-GAMMA CAMERA

Helsingin ja Uudenmaan sairaanhoitopiiri | Published June 7, 2013  -  Deadline July 15, 2013
cpvs
33121200-6

SPET-CT equipment will be purchased from HUS, Helsinki University Central Hospital Imaging Department of Clinical Physiology and isotope medicine unit. Meilahden nuclear medicine studies are the big lesson for both adults and children. The most important studies are sydänlihasperfuusiokuvaukset, descriptions of the infection, bone and parathyroid glands, as well as mm. melanoma SPET / CT studies, descriptions of the various receptors (eg, dopamine receptor), vartijaimusol-mukekuvaukset and many of the dynamic gamma camera studies. An increasing number of studies carried out SPET / CT and vaimennuskorjauksen addition, the device requires a good localization, as well as the CT image quality. The department made a total of about 4300 gamma camera studies a year, pediatric patients, accounting for 10% of the studies carried out under anesthesia. The acquisition of more detailed description of the content and requirements are set out in the contract documents

Accounting, auditing and fiscal services

Joensuun seudun hankintatoimi | Published June 11, 2013
Winner
Joensuun seudun hankintatoimi
cpvs
79200000

Joensuun kaupungin tilintarkastuspalvelujen hankinta kaupunginvaltuuston toimikautta 2013–2016 vastaavilta tilikausilta sopimuskaudelle 1.1.2013–31.12.2016. Osa 1: Joensuun kaupungin (emon) hallinnon ja talouden ensisijaisesti kuntalain mukainen tilintarkastuspalvelu Osa 2: Joensuun kaupungin kaupunkikonserniin kuuluvien yhteisöjen lakisääteinen tilintarkastuspalvelu. Huom! Ilmoituksen lisätiedot löytyvät Tarjouspalvelu.fi -toimittajaportaalista. Myös tarjouksen/osallistumisilmoituksen lähetys tehdään tätä kautta. Suoran linkin ilmoituksen lisätietoihin löydät tästä Hilma-ilmoituksesta: https://tarjouspalvelu.fi/jns/?id=10312&tpk=aa1dde7f-c3a1-446f-a178-00ea6b4f5ded

Accounting, auditing and fiscal services

Raseborgs stad | Published June 19, 2013
Winner
BDO Audiator Ab
cpvs
79200000

Raseborgs stads lagstadgade revision av förvaltning och ekonomi för fullmäktigeperioden 2013–2016.

Accounting and auditing services

Ylöjärven kaupunki | Published June 20, 2013
Winner
BDO Audiator Oy
cpvs
79210000

Jälki-ilmoitus. Hankinta koskee tilivuosien 1.1.2013–31.12.2016 + optiona tilivuosien 1.1.2017–31.12.2018 tilintarkastuspalveluja Ylöjärven kaupungille ja tytäryhteisöille.

Accounting and auditing services

Mikkelin kaupunki | Published June 20, 2013
Winner
PwC Julkistarkastus OyPL 1015Helsinki 00101
cpvs
79210000

Tarkastuspalvelulla tarkoitetaan tässä tarjouspyynnössä ensisijaisesti kuntalain 9. luvun (72§ ja 73§:n) mukaisen julkisen hallinnon ja talouden tilintarkastuksen (JHTT -tilintarkastuksen) suorittamista Mikkelin kaupungissa valtuustokaudella 2013–2016 siten, että tarkastuksessa noudatetaan JHTT ry:n suositusta ”Julkishallinnon hyvä tilintarkastustapa”. Mikkelin kaupunki on eteläsavolainen n. 49 000 asukkaan kaupunki. Vuoden 2013 alusta toteutuu Mikkelin, Ristiinan ja Suomenniemen kuntaliitos, jolloin väkiluku nousee vajaaseen 55 000. Vuoden 2012 talousarvio ja konsernirakenne on luettavissa liitteenä. Vakinainen henkilöstömäärä on n. 3 075 henkilöä. Kaupunkikonserniin kuulu 28 tytär-yhtiötä ja 6 kuntayhtymää. Mikkelin kaupungin vesilaitos, Etelä-Savon työterveys ja Otavan opisto ovat kunnallisia liikelaitoksia. Mikkelin seudun sosiaali- ja terveystoimi huolehtii perusterveydenhuollosta. Mikkelin kaupunki hallinnoi myös Etelä-Savon pelastuslaitosta. Merkittävänä piirteenä kaupungin toiminnassa on tiivis yhteistyö alueen muiden kuntien ja kuntayhtymien kanssa. Erimuodoin organisoidun yhteistyön tarkastaminen on olennainen osa tilintarkastusta. Huom! Ilmoituksen lisätiedot löytyvät Tarjouspalvelu.fi -toimittajaportaalista. Myös tarjouksen/osallistumisilmoituksen lähetys tehdään tätä kautta. Suoran linkin ilmoituksen lisätietoihin löydät tästä Hilma-ilmoituksesta: https://tarjouspalvelu.fi/mikkeli/?id=10158&tpk=a4749eb6-9fa0-4c21-a175-9b526c01e514

Accounting, auditing and fiscal services

Lahden kaupunki | Published June 20, 2013
Winner
PwC julkistarkastus OyItämerentori 2, 00180Helsinki 1015 asiakaspalvelu@fi.pwc.com
cpvs
79200000

Lahden kaupungin ja suurten tytäryhtiöiden tilintarkastus.

Accounting and auditing services

Pohjois-Karjalan koulutuskuntayhtymä | Published June 27, 2013
Winner
KPMG Julkishallinnon Palvelut OyKäsityöläiskatu 4Kouvola 45100 +358 207303000 http://www.kpmg.fi+358 207603067
cpvs
79210000

Pyydetään kuntalain 72 §:n mukaisesta hallinnon ja talouden tarkastuksesta koskien tilikausia 2013–2015 ja optiona vuosia 2016–2017. Lisäksi tarjous pyydetään EU-hankkeiden tarkastuksesta. Hankinta tehdään julkisista hankinnoista annetun lain (348/2007) mukaisesti. Hankinnassa noudatetaan avointa menettelyä.

Accounting and auditing services

Metropolia Ammattikorkeakoulu Oy | Published July 19, 2013
Winner
KPMG OY AB
cpvs
79210000

Metropolia Ammattikorkeakoulun hankintapalvelut pyysi tarjousta osakeyhtiölain (624/2006) 7. luvun mukaisen hallinnon ja talouden lakisääteistä tilintarkastusta, projektien tarkastuksia ja liitännäispalvelut.

CORRECTION NOTICE (to replace the notification 2013-016878) Ilmanvaihtourakka

Jyväskylän koulutuskuntayhtymä | Published August 5, 2013  -  Deadline August 15, 2013
cpvs
45000000, 45331200

Ilmanvaihtourakka is subject to the performance of the main page works, which include a work placement contract accounting documents specified in the ventilation installation supplies and materials.

CORRECTION NOTICE (to replace the notification 2013-016881) Sähköurakka

Jyväskylän koulutuskuntayhtymä | Published August 5, 2013  -  Deadline August 15, 2013
cpvs
45310000

Electrical performance of the main contract is subject to the page works, which include a work placement contract accounting documents specified in the electrical installation supplies and materials.

CORRECTION NOTICE (to replace the notification No. 2013-016880) Putkiurakka

Jyväskylän koulutuskuntayhtymä | Published August 5, 2013  -  Deadline August 15, 2013
cpvs
45332000

Putkiurakka is subject to the performance of the main page works, which include a work placement contract accounting documents specified in pipe systems installation supplies and materials.

Invoice processing and brokerage services and acquisition.

Calpro Oy | Published August 17, 2013  -  Deadline September 30, 2013
cpvs
64000000, 72000000

Calpro Ltd is the city of Lahti, seven other Lahti Region municipality, Lahti Region Social and Health Authority (PHSOTEY), Lahti Region Educational Consortium Authority (PHKK) and the Lahti Region Association owned human resources and financial service center. The company's aim is to provide its shareholders to municipalities, municipal and other entities with administrative, financial, accounting, payroll and other HR services. The company can produce and organize their activities in support of education, training and consulting services. Lahti Bank Ltd has six municipalities (Asikkalan, Hollolan, Hämeenkoski, Kärkölä and Nastolan of a vehicle, as well as Orimattilan city) owned by the financial and payroll administration service. The company's clients are in addition to the above Padasjoen college, Lahti Region Association and the Lahti Region Fire and Rescue Service. Purchase Invoice recycling system is Rondo R8 and accounting system for the Raindance. Description of current state Invoices are operated by two operators. Scanning is one player and invoice exchange on the other. A small part of the invoices are scanned yourself. Sales invoices are processed using the two operators. Paper bills is controlled by a single operator and the power of e-invoices is operated by another operator. The acquisition of the target state description of the aim to select the service is to provide a single vendor that provides cost-effective, high-quality described in the invitation to tender, invoice processing and brokerage services. Details of the contract and the related requirements are described in detail in the invitation to tender and its annexes.