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EU Award Procedure Fund Management Agent ‘Voice’.

Haagse Inkoop Samenwerking (HIS) | Published September 15, 2015  -  Deadline October 12, 2015
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75211200, 66140000, 75112100, 75210000, 79421000

The Contract covers the delivery of the management and monitoring of the subsidy facility of Voice and the facilitation of a linking and learning process. These activities entail a number of different elements, with associated preconditions. 1. Development of a programmatic framework that substantiates the choice for groups targeted and the geographical focus in the subsidy facility. The subsidy portfolios that will be selected by the fund management agent should take place in low- and/or lower-middle income countries. To avoid fragmentation, the fund management has to propose a geographical and thematic focus of Voice. The implementation of Voice has to be limited to 3 regions and a maximum of 15 countries. Physical presence of the fund management in the proposed regions and/or countries needs to be ensured. After determining the geographical focus, context analyses and Track Records should point out which groups are the most marginalised and discriminated and which themes are relevant to these groups. The degree to which Lobby and Advocacy by the most marginalised and discriminated groups can be effective in the selected countries is an important criterion. 2. The development and implementation of a selection mechanism for proposals (either call(s) for proposals or another form of objective selection). The subsidy facility should be based on the objectives and indicators as specified in the section ‘Object of the Contract.’ These objectives and indicators should also be clearly reflected in the selection mechanism for proposals. The fund management agent is responsible for formulating clear, objective selection criteria. The fund management agent is responsible for the promotion of the fund. 3 types of Civil Society Organisations and representatives of the most marginalised and discriminated groups can be invited to submit proposals. The selection mechanisms should ensure a spread in subsidy portfolios in terms of Grounds on which groups are discriminated and/or marginalised, type of civil society organisations and theme. In the selection of the subsidy portfolios, the use of innovative methods and instruments of organisations to reach, strengthen and empower the most marginalised and discriminated groups has to be given priority. This is based on the fact that the most marginalised and discriminated groups are often not reached through more traditional ways of working. The concept of innovation is context specific. In general, innovation can concern involving non-traditional actors, making use of new technologies, engaging in different forms of partnerships, making use of academic knowledge, etc. The fund management agent and the partners of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the strategic partnerships for Dialogue and Dissent are not allowed to submit proposals. 3. The facilitation and stimulation of an innovative linking and learning process. The fund management agent should establish, facilitate and stimulate an innovative linking and learning process, with a focus on South-South exchange of lessons learned, knowledge and experiences (both positive, innovative experiences and negative experiences). This process should entail: — Strengthening the capacity of sub-grantees to generate and exchange lessons learned, knowledge and experiences; — Upscaling of those activities of sub-grantees that have shown positive results; — The documentation and distribution of lessons learned, knowledge and experiences. 4. (Financial) management of the fund: The fund management agent should have a sufficient legal, financial and policy framework to manage a fund of 50 000 000 EUR. The fund should be managed in such a manner that, in case of contract termination, the management can be transferred without problems to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (or another fund management agent). 5. Monitoring, evaluation and reporting: The fund management agent should monitor the progress of the subsidy portfolios and the linking and learning process. The monitoring and evaluation system of the fund management agent should have a strong focus on qualitative monitoring. Thereby, the fund management agent should safeguard the focus on strengthening the voice of marginalised and discriminated groups through Capacity Strengthening and Empowerment. The fund management agent should report on outcome level. As such, the fund management agent should gather the information required from sub-grantees. In the framework of the Contract, by the end 2016, reporting has to be done conform IATI standards. For effective and efficient implementation of the Contract, the fund management agent should have a qualified and experienced team to manage the fund and the linking and learning process. This team should at least have the capacity and willingness to develop a subsidy facility and linking and learning process that focus on the capacity strengthening for Lobby and Advocacy and Empowerment of the most marginalised and discriminated groups in low- and lower-middle income countries. For the duration of Voice, a steering committee will be established. This steering committee provides guidance concerning the main features of the program. This committee will consist of a representative of the fund management agent of Voice, a representative of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, a representative of the branch organisation Partos and a representative of a Civil society organisation in a low- or lower-middle income country. Dependent upon the implementation of Voice, it will be determined how often the steering committee will assemble. The steering committee will have the following tasks: — Steering the development and implementation of the main features of Voice; — Monitor the progress of the fund management on the basis of reports; — Approve the plan of allocation of available funding; — Give advice on the basis of lessons learned and outcomes of the learning process. The specific mandate of the steering committee will be determined in 2016. The fund management is not responsible for appointing members of the steering committee. The fund management agent does carry responsibility concerning the facilitation of the steering committee. More details will be provided in the Descriptive Document. For this Tender, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has opted for the restricted procedure. The procedure is divided into 2 phases. The 1st phase is preselection. Candidates (maximum 5) who qualify for this (on the basis of this selection document) are invited to submit a bid. In the 2nd phase, the Contract will be detailed in the Descriptive Document. The Contract will in general be based on the ARVODI-2014 General Terms and Conditions. Further details of the Contract will be given in the Descriptive Document (including the request for Tenders), which will be sent to selected Candidates.

Fund management system

Brabantse Ontwikkelings Maatschappij Holding BV p/a Smulders Procuremanagement | Published December 27, 2014
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48000000

The Fund management system is an (off the shelf) information system that will be implemented in the Capital department to manage investments (e.g. convertible- or subordinated loans and/or equity capital) from intake up and until exit. The total investments that will be managed have a current value of approx. 300 000 000 EUR and mainly consists of direct investments, fund investments in-house and and fund-to-fund investments, which need be checked, managed and reported using a standardized work-flow and document management system.

Fund management system.

Brabantse Ontwikkelings Maatschappij Holding BV p/a Smulders Procuremanagement | Published May 31, 2014  -  Deadline June 25, 2014
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48000000

The Fund management system is an (off the shelf) information system that will be implemented in the Capital department to manage investments (e.g. convertible- or subordinated loans and/or equity capital) from intake up and until exit. The total investments that will be managed have a current value of approx. EUR 300 000 000 and mainly consists of direct investments, fund investments in-house and and fund-to-fund investments, which need be checked, managed and reported using a standardized workflow and document management system.

Information meeting ‘Voice‘ fund management agent.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs | Published August 12, 2015
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66140000, 75112100, 75210000, 75211200, 79421000

Information meeting ‘Voice‘ fund management agent.

Information meeting ‘Voice‘ Fund management agent‘. - Ministerie van Buitenlandse Zaken

 | Published August 7, 2015
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Information meeting ‘Voice‘ Fund management agent‘. - Ministerie van Buitenlandse Zaken

Information meeting ‘Voice‘ Fund management agent‘. - Ministerie van Buitenlandse Zaken

 | Published August 13, 2015
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Information meeting ‘Voice‘ Fund management agent‘. - Ministerie van Buitenlandse Zaken

Fund management system - Brabant Development Agency Holding BV c / o Smulders Procuremanagement

Brabantse Ontwikkelings Maatschappij Holding B.V. p/a Smulders Procuremanagement | Published May 26, 2014  -  Deadline June 25, 2014
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48000000, 48000000

The fund management system is an (off the shelf) information system thatwill be Implemented in the Capital Department to manage investments (eg, convertible or subordinated loans and / or equity capital) from intake up and until exit. The total investments thatwill be managed have a current value of approx. € 300 million and Mainly Consists of direct investments, fund investments and in-house and fund-to-fund investments, All which need be checked, managed and reported using a standardized workflow and document management system.

EU Award procedure Fund management agent “Voice” - Ministerie van Buitenlandse Zaken

 | Published September 10, 2015  -  Deadline October 12, 2015
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EU Award procedure Fund management agent “Voice” - Ministerie van Buitenlandse Zaken

Award procedure Fund management agent ‘Voice’. The Contract covers the delivery of the management and monitoring of the subsidy facility of Voice and the facilitation of a linking and learning process

Ministry of Foreign Affairs | Published April 21, 2016
Winner
Consortium Oxfam Novib / HIVOS
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75210000, 66140000, 75112100, 75211200, 79421000

The Contract covers the delivery of the management and monitoring of the subsidy facility of Voice and the facilitation of a linking and learning process.

These activities entail a number of different elements, with associated preconditions.

1. Development of a programmatic framework that substantiates the choice for groups targeted and the geographical focus in the subsidy facility.

The subsidy portfolios that will be selected by the fund management agent should take place in low- and/or lower-middle income countries. To avoid fragmentation, the fund management has to propose a geographical and thematic focus of Voice.

The implementation of Voice has to be limited to 3 regions and a maximum of 15 countries. Physical presence of the fund management in the proposed regions and/or countries needs to be ensured. After determining the geographical focus, context analyses and Track Records should point out which groups are the most marginalised and discriminated and which themes are relevant to these groups. The degree to which Lobby and advocacy by the most marginalised and discriminated groups can be effective in the selected countries is an important criterion.

2. The development and implementation of a selection mechanism for proposals (either call (s) for proposals or another form of objective selection).

The subsidy facility should be based on the objectives and indicators as specified in the section ‘Object of the Contract.’ These objectives and indicators should also be clearly reflected in the selection mechanism for proposals. The fund management agent is responsible for formulating clear, objective Selection criteria.

The fund management agent is responsible for the promotion of the fund. 3 types of Civil society organisations and representatives of the most marginalised and discriminated groups can be invited to submit proposals.

The selection mechanisms should ensure a spread in subsidy portfolios in terms of Grounds on which groups are discriminated and/or marginalised, type of civil society organisations and theme.

In the selection of the subsidy portfolios, the use of innovative methods and instruments of organisations to reach, strengthen and empower the most marginalised and discriminated groups has to be given priority. This is based on the fact that the most marginalised and discriminated groups are often not reached through more traditional ways of working. The concept of innovation is context specific. In general, innovation can concern involving non-traditional actors, making use of new technologies, engaging in different forms of partnerships, making use of academic knowledge, etc.

The fund management agent and the partners of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the strategic partnerships for Dialogue and Dissent are not allowed to submit proposals.

3. The facilitation and stimulation of an innovative linking and learning process.

The fund management agent should establish, facilitate and stimulate an innovative linking and learning process, with a focus on South-South exchange of lessons learned, knowledge and experiences (both positive, innovative experiences and negative experiences). This process should entail:

— Strengthening the capacity of Sub-grantees to generate and exchange lessons learned, knowledge and experiences;

— Up-scaling of those activities of Sub-grantees that have shown positive results;

— The documentation and distribution of lessons learned, knowledge and experiences.

4. (Financial) management of the fund:

The fund management agent should have a sufficient legal, financial and policy framework to manage a fund of 50 000 000 EUR. The fund should be managed in such a manner that, in case of contract termination, the management can be transferred without problems to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (or another fund management agent).

5. Monitoring, evaluation and reporting:

The fund management agent should monitor the progress of the subsidy portfolios and the linking and learning process. The monitoring and evaluation system of the fund management agent should have a strong focus on qualitative monitoring. Thereby, the fund management agent should safeguard the focus on strengthening the voice of marginalised and discriminated groups through Capacity strengthening and Empowerment.

The fund management agent should report on outcome level. As such, the fund management agent should gather the information required from sub-grantees. In the framework of the Contract, by the end 2016, reporting has to be done conform IATI standards.

For effective and efficient implementation of the Contract, the fund management agent should have a qualified and experienced team to manage the fund and the linking and learning process. This team should at least have the capacity and willingness to develop a subsidy facility and linking and learning process that focus on the capacity strengthening for Lobby and advocacy and Empowerment of the most marginalised and discriminated groups in low- and lower-middle income countries.

For this Tender, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has opted for the restricted procedure. The procedure is divided into 2 phases. The 1st phase is pre-selection. Candidates (max. 5) who qualify for this (on the basis of this selection document) are invited to submit a bid. In the 2nd phase, the Contract will be detailed in the Descriptive document. The Contract will in general be based on the ARVODI- 2014 General Terms and Conditions.

Participation Sustainable Economy Fund Management North Holland

Provincie Noord-Holland | Published November 8, 2013  -  Deadline December 20, 2013
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66000000, 66140000

The offer guidance covers the European tender for the assignment agreement of the Fund Management of the Participation Sustainable Economy North Holland.

Fund Management Participation Sustainable Economy England - Province of North Holland

Provincie Noord-Holland | Published May 20, 2014  -  Deadline December 20, 2013
Winner
KplusV organisatieadvies BV & CL VENTURA PARTNERS BV 09055476 Velperplein 8 Arnhem, 6811AG Nederland
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66000000, 66140000, 66000000, 66140000

The guide covers the quotation European tender for the contract for the mission of the Fund Management of the Participation Sustainable Economy of North Holland.

Fund Management Participation Sustainable Economy England - Province of North Holland

Provincie Noord-Holland | Published November 6, 2013  -  Deadline December 20, 2013
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66000000, 66140000, 66000000, 66140000

The offer guidance covers the European tender for the assignment agreement of the Fund Management of the Participation Sustainable Economy North Holland.

Fund Management Participation Sustainable Economy England - Province of North Holland

Provincie Noord-Holland | Published November 6, 2013  -  Deadline December 20, 2013
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66000000, 66140000, 66000000, 66140000

The offer guidance covers the European tender for the assignment agreement of the Fund Management of the Participation Sustainable Economy North Holland.

EU Award procedure Fund management agent “Voice”

Haagse Inkoop Samenwerking (HIS) | Published April 18, 2016  -  Deadline January 25, 2016
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Fund manager for Civil Society Fund South Sudan

Haagse Inkoop Samenwerking (HIS) | Published June 13, 2016  -  Deadline December 23, 2015
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75210000, 79421000

Fund management and implementation agent for the multidonor civil society in South Sudan.

Funds Management.

Brabantse Ontwikkelings Maatschappij Holding BV p/a Smulders Procuremanagement VoF | Published March 29, 2014  -  Deadline April 25, 2014
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48000000

The fund management is a standard (off the shelf) information that the Capital Division will be deployed to manage from acquisition (intake) to terminate (exit). Investments (such as convertible or subordinated loans and / or equity investments) The set of investments that will be managed is currently EUR 300 000 000 and consists largely of direct investments, investments in funds management and private fund-to-fund investments, which means a standardized Workflow and Document Management System will be monitored, managed and reported .

Fund management revolving fund - Groningen Province

provincie Groningen | Published March 13, 2017  -  Deadline May 24, 2017
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66100000

Revolving fund The province wants projects aimed at enhancing the quality of life and contributing to the energy help. For this, a revolving fund will be established from which loans are made to provide projects with (subordinated) loans funding. The target groups are organizations, associations, foundations, businesses and governments. The fund focuses on more local initiatives. It is not open to individuals. The fund has a term of 10 years and a capital of € 23 million. The money flows back into the fund can be re-used during the lifetime of the fund. The fund's energy part is complemented possible in 2017.

Fund manager for Civil Society Fund South Sudan

Ministry of Foreign Affairs, embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in South Sudan | Published June 15, 2016
Winner
Consortium Ecorys Nederland BV/ VNG International UAi
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75210000, 79421000

Fund management and implementation agent for the multi-donor civil society in South Sudan. The Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands (as Lead Donor) together with Sweden have jointly agreed to support the launch of a Civil Society Fund (CSF) in South Sudan. The CSF has been designed to strengthen the capacity of civil society organisations (CSOs) to enhance voice and accountability. A stronger civil society can contribute to restoring social trust and facilitating the interactions between citizens and the state for lasting peace and strengthened democratic governance. However, civil society in South Sudan suffers from a number of structural and other weaknesses, including fragmentation and organisational capacity, which limit its ability to take on this role.

The implementation of the CSF is a long-term gradual process of 20-years based on 5-year cycles. The first 5-year cycle (Phase 1) will include a long inception period of 8-10 months, which will lay the foundation for the future of the fund. In taking such a long-term strategy, the CSF has the potential to set a benchmark for civil society funds globally, and particularly in fragile and conflict-affected states, as long as ‘learning’ is built-in from the start. As indicated in the CSF Programme Document, a Fund Manager (FM) and Third Party Monitoring and Evaluation Agent (TPMEA) will be contracted in separate tender procedures to manage the main components of the CSF.

The Netherlands Embassy is seeking applications from suitable organisations to perform the functions of Fund Manager (FM) in the inception period and Phase 1 of the CSF. The FM is expected to adopt creative approaches and to test new and innovative ideas that are appropriate to the South Sudan context to help develop South Sudanese civil society.

Nature of the Contract

The requested services include (See Chapter 5 for details):

Management and coordination;

— Implementation of the Programme Document;

— Reporting, monitoring and evaluation;

— Financial management.

Purpose of the Contract

The goal of the CSF is to contribute to improved voice and accountability for national development and poverty reduction. Through support to CSOs, the anticipated long-term impact is that citizens are empowered to express their views and demand their rights for responsive and inclusive decision-making with transparent and accountable development processes. The CSF will work creatively and flexibly, sponsoring innovative approaches wherever appropriate.

The four main result areas are:

— CSOs deepening linkages and building constituencies;

— CSOs becoming stronger organisations;

— CSOs working together at county, state and national levels;

— CSOs and government working together in demand-led dialogues.

These results will be delivered through a variety of mechanisms for capacity building, mentoring and implementation of voice and accountability initiatives. By the end of its lifetime, the CSF will aim to work completely through South Sudanese organizations, i.e. South Sudanese intermediaries gradually taking over from International Non-Governmental Organizations (INGOs) in delivering capacity building support to smaller organizations. Service delivery of CSOs falls outside the scope of the fund.

Diverse formal and informal civil society actors and civil society coalitions and networks will be reached. Priority will be given to CSOs working with women and youth and those based outside of Juba, and focusing on priorities identified by South Sudanese civil society.

Fund manager for Civil Society Fund South Sudan.

Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in South Sudan | Published November 17, 2015  -  Deadline December 23, 2015
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75210000, 79421000

Fund management and implementation agent for the multi-donor civil society in South Sudan. The Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands (as Lead Donor) together with Sweden have jointly agreed to support the launch of a Civil Society Fund (CSF) in South Sudan. The CSF has been designed to strengthen the capacity of civil society organisations (CSOs) to enhance voice and accountability. A stronger civil society can contribute to restoring social trust and facilitating the interactions between citizens and the state for lasting peace and strengthened democratic governance. However, civil society in South Sudan suffers from a number of structural and other weaknesses, including fragmentation and organisational capacity, which limit its ability to take on this role. The implementation of the CSF is a long-term gradual process of 20 years based on 5 year cycles. The 1st 5 year cycle (Phase 1) will include a long inception period of 8-10 months, which will lay the foundation for the future of the fund. In taking such a long-term strategy, the CSF has the potential to set a benchmark for civil society funds globally, and particularly in fragile and conflict-affected states, as long as ‘learning’ is built-in from the start. As indicated in the CSF Programme Document, a Fund Manager (FM) and Third Party Monitoring and Evaluation Agent (TPMEA) will be contracted in separate tender procedures to manage the main components of the CSF. Note: It is not permissible to tender both for Fund Manager (FM) and for Third Party Monitoring and Evaluation Agent (TPMEA). In other words, you must choose to tender for Fund Manager (FM) or for Third Party Monitoring. Where a Tenderer does tender for both for Fund Manager (FM) and for Third Party Monitoring and Evaluation Agent (TPMEA), the Tender will automatically be set aside and will not be assessed. The Netherlands Embassy is seeking applications from suitable organisations to perform the functions of Fund Manager (FM) in the inception period and Phase 1 of the CSF. The FM is expected to adopt creative approaches and to test new and innovative ideas that are appropriate to the South Sudan context to help develop South Sudanese civil society. Nature of the Contract: The requested services include (See Chapter 5 for details): — Management and coordination; — Implementation of the programme document; — Reporting, monitoring and evaluation; — Financial management. Purpose of the Contract: The goal of the CSF is to contribute to improved voice and accountability for national development and poverty reduction. Through support to CSOs, the anticipated long-term impact is that citizens are empowered to express their views and demand their rights for responsive and inclusive decision-making with transparent and accountable development processes. The CSF will work creatively and flexibly, sponsoring innovative approaches wherever appropriate. The 4 main result areas are: — CSOs deepening linkages and building constituencies; — CSOs becoming stronger organisations; — CSOs working together at county, state and national levels; — CSOs and government working together in demand-led dialogues. These results will be delivered through a variety of mechanisms for capacity building, mentoring and implementation of voice and accountability initiatives. By the end of its lifetime, the CSF will aim to work completely through South Sudanese organizations, i.e. South Sudanese intermediaries gradually taking over from International Non-Governmental Organizations (INGOs) in delivering capacity building support to smaller organizations. Service delivery of CSOs falls outside the scope of the fund. Diverse formal and informal civil society actors and civil society coalitions and networks will be reached. Priority will be given to CSOs working with women and youth and those based outside of Juba, and focusing on priorities identified by South Sudanese civil society.

Fund management Broadband Fund Friesland BV - Province of Friesland

 | Published November 25, 2015  -  Deadline June 9, 2015
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