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Organization of travels socjoterapeutyczno - education for clients Family Welfare Centre in Szczecin in the project Active inclusion in Szczecin co-funded by the European Union under the European Social Fund (Operational Programme Human Capital Measure 7.1.1.)

 | Published May 26, 2014  -  Deadline June 10, 2014
cpvs
55000000, 60000000, 92000000, 80000000

The contract is for an organization out socjoterapeutyczno and education for clients Family Welfare Centre in Szczecin Service will be delivered within the project Active inclusion in Szczecin co-financed by the European Union through the European Social Fund (Operational Programme Human Capital Sub-measure 7.1.1.). Number of participants: 17 to 25 disabled people (disabled people with mental disorders) and from 5 to 10 accompanying persons. Place organization Karpacz. The Employer reserves the right to posting one observer, who will ensure the proper execution of the program. The Contractor shall provide the observer transportation, accommodation in a single room and meals. The contractor is required to conduct a full documentation services, ie confirmation of participants and participation in all aspects of the program. The contractor will visualize the premises and documents related to the services of the current Guidelines for the determination of projects under the Operational Programme Human Capital, published by the Department for European Social Fund Management in the Ministry of Regional Development (Managing Authority of Operational Programme Human Capital) ..

Poland: Benchmarking study on the governance and regulation of Polish private pension funds

 | Published August 6, 2015  -  Deadline September 4, 2015
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12/08/2015 Clarification: the deadline date for the receipt of EOIs has been extended to Friday 4 September 2015 at 5pm GMT.

Project Description:
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (the 'EBRD' or the 'Bank') aims to undertake a benchmarking study on the governance and regulation of the Polish private pension funds as part of a project to provide integrated capital market development advice in Poland (the 'Project').

The Polish capital market is generally thought of as among the most developed in the EBRD region. The country still holds a leading role in central Europe in terms of indicators such as market capitalisation, number of market participants, trading volumes and the number of listed companies. Warsaw is widely recognized as regional centre for the nascent CEE private equity industry and it is also home to a relatively deep asset management industry.

At the same time, compared to similar emerging markets, Poland remains well behind in terms of long-term funding instruments for banks and enterprises. Bank refinancing is constrained given the underdevelopment of mortgage bonds and securitisation. In its operations in Poland EBRD finds that additionality is highest at long maturities and PLN issues and that primary bond issuance is often uncertain to succeed.

There have been intermittent discussions between the Bank and the regulator (KNF) around these transactions. The EBRD's Local Currency and Capital Markets team ('LC2') in 2012 delivered a comprehensive country assessment to the regulator and government, and our assistance on a new covered bond framework, and collateral reform were instrumental in moving legislative proposals forward.

The Polish capital market is now at a critical juncture. In 2014 growth of both bond and equity markets came to an abrupt halt. Unlike elsewhere in Europe, the number of IPOs fell, and share turnover slowed. The Polish market and its stakeholders, i.e. brokers, banks, regulators, exchange, clearing houses, institutional and retail investors etc. are faced with a number of challenges, both internal and external. Many of the earlier gains could now be reversed.

Assignment Description:
With about 9 per cent of GDP in assets under management, the Polish private pension funds ('OFEs') remain the principal local institutional investor. Experience in other countries with funded pension systems has demonstrated that these funds can achieve superior and better diversified returns, while prudently managing funds in line with the overall liability flow and risk preferences of an ageing population. A dynamic and well regulated local institutional investor base is essential for market development, including in novel asset classes such as infrastructure assets or private equity. Following the changes to the Polish pension system implemented since 2013, the industry has effectively stopped supporting local capital market liquidity. Nevertheless the government has examined proposals to raise the extraordinarily low private savings rate through additional voluntary pensions instruments.

The Bank now intends to engage an expert (either an individual or nominated by a consulting firms (the 'Consultant') to assess the current regulation of the Polish OFEs against benchmarks elsewhere in Europe and other emerging markets, and on that basis develop recommendations (the 'Assignment').

The principal objective of the assignment will be to assess the current regulation of the Polish OFEs against benchmarks elsewhere in Europe and other emerging markets, and on that basis develop recommendations to be addressed to the regulator. The recommendations will be based on well-defined objectives of the government (in terms of risk levels, degree of choice and competition). At the same time, innovations and reforms that have at times been examined by the government, such as voluntary pension instruments, can be developed further in this study.

This work will be presented in a report that will first be shared with the regulator and government, and then presented at a workshop that is open to market participants, government and the central bank.

Scope of Work
Specifically, the Consultant will be expected to provide Services that can be summarised as follows:

Activity 1: Review of current pension fund regulation
The Consultant will undertake an initial desk research, followed up by subsequent interviews over 2-3 days with the key market participants and the regulator in Warsaw.

Activity 2: Impact assessment of recent regulatory changes
The recent re-regulation of the private pension pillar has led to a number of adverse and unintended consequences, such as: overly risky asset concentration in a small set of large domestic publicly listed companies; limited gains from diversification across asset classes and foreign markets, i.e. foregoing the gains that are the basic rationale of private pension funds; costly operational business models given the largely passive shadowing of certain equity indices. Financial literacy and public recognition of the need for personal savings through pension funds remains extremely limited in Poland. There is a risk that remaining pension fund members may at some point withdraw funds in bulk or that the regulator may determine that the existing fund structure is no longer suitable to overall pension policy objectives and move more assets back into the state system. Most market participants therefore view the present industry structure as essentially unsustainable. The Consultant will provide a comprehensive analysis of the current situation that will serve as a basis for Consultant's recommendations and subsequent discussions the relevant stakeholders.

Activity 3: Comparison to best practices and recommendations
Poland's experience in redesigning the overall role of the funded pillar within the pension system is not atypical in emerging Europe. Other countries have similarly found that risks and costs within a private fund management industry are difficult to reconcile with overall expectations in social policy. Given the present context of limited enrollment within the OFEs, and a substantial stock of assets remaining in the funds, there is likely a better regulatory model that incentives industry outcomes more in line with policy objectives. The Consultant is to assess the present regulatory regime in Poland against best practice in the principal areas of fund management regulation. This will be illustrated based on at least one western European market and one emerging market.

Activity 4: Workshop
Following the conclusion of the research the Consultant will be expected to present the main conclusions and recommendations to EBRD and subsequently the clients (KNF and Ministry of Finance). The recommendations will then be presented in a workshop in Warsaw that will be open to market participants, the regulator, government and central bank representatives and to participants from neighbouring countries, and the broader European investor community. This forum may facilitate a joint discussion of efforts to develop both capital market infrastructure and the institutional investor base.

Status of Selection Process:
Interested experts (either individuals or individuals nominated by a consulting firm) are hereby invited to submit expressions of interest.

Assignment Start Date and Duration:
The Assignment is expected to start by September 2015 and has an estimated overall duration of 4 months.

Cost Estimate for the Assignment:
EUR 70,000 (exclusive of VAT).

The Consultant must determine whether any VAT would be chargeable on the services and the basis for that determination, without taking into consideration the special status of the Bank as an IFI and state this to the Bank in their response to the Invitation for Expressions of Interest. To the extent that a Consultant incurs input VAT on goods and services purchased in connection with the provision of services (e.g. VAT on airline ticket) which is not otherwise recoverable by the consultant from the local tax authority, the gross cost to the consultant of such expenses shall be treated as a reimbursable expense.

Funding Source:
The Assignment will be funded by the EBRD Shareholders Special Fund.

Eligibility:
There are no eligibility restrictions. Individuals or consulting firms interested in nominating an expert from any country may apply.

Consultant Profile:
Individual services are required. The Consultant shall be a pension fund expert (individual expert or an expert nominated by a firm, see note 2) preferably with previous professional experience related to:

1. Private pension fund regulations in comparable European and/or emerging markets; and
2. Pension fund management, and designing of low cost business models, and investment allocation models, based on best practice in fund managers developed European markets (e.g. UK Nest structure);
3. Successfully working with market participants and authorities in comparable advisory assignments;
4. Successfully developing financial industry and market infrastructure contacts in developed markets and ideally in emerging Europe; and
5. Proficiency in written and spoken English for the purposes of presentation to public and private sector counterparts.

Submission Requirements:
In order to determine the capability and experience of Consultants seeking to be selected for this Assignment, the information submitted should include the following:

1. Cover letter (max. 2 pages) summarising why the expert believes to satisfy the requirements as defined in the above section Consultant Profile;

2. CV (not exceeding 4 pages) which should include full descriptions of responsibilities carried out, not just a job title, including information on contracting entity/client, project location/country, duration (mm/yy to mm/yy), expert months provided (if different from duration) , main activities, objectives; and

3. Completed Consultant Declaration Form and Contact Sheet, the template for which is available from the following web-link: http://www.ebrd.com/pages/workingwithus/procurement/notices/csu/contact_sheet.doc.

The complete expression of interest (including CVs, Consultant Declaration and Contact Sheet) should be submitted, in English electronically through e-Selection, to reach the Bank not later than the closing date/time. The expression of interest shall be one file (pdf). The EBRD reserves the right to reject applications of Consultants submitting more than one electronic file.

Bank Contact Person:
Paula Alegria
Senior Advisor, Technical Co-operation
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
One Exchange Square
London EC2A 2JN
Tel: +44 (0) 20 7338 7589
e-mail: AlegriaP@ebrd.com (submissions should be sent through eSelection and NOT to this email address)

Notes:
1. The selection will normally be made from responses to this notification only. Consultants will not be asked to submit a proposal. The highest-ranked Consultant will be selected from a shortlist and be invited to negotiate the contract.

2. Consulting firms (proposing individuals) and individuals may apply. Each submission through eSelection shall contain one (1) CV only. Should a consulting firm wish to propose more than one individual, each CV shall be submitted as a separate expression of interest via eSelection. Single applications for a number of experts (i.e. containing more than one CV) may result in rejection of such application and all concerned experts.

3. The shortlist criteria and weightings are as follows:

(a) Previous professional experience in private pension fund regulations in comparable European and/or emerging markets (50%);
(b) Previous professional experience in pension fund management, and designing of low cost business models, and investment allocation models, based on best practice in fund managers in developed European markets (30%); and
(c) Previous professional experience in successfully working with market participants and authorities in comparable advisory assignments (20%).

4. The award of this contract will be subject to the relevant internal approvals.

Organization of travels socjoterapeutyczno - education for clients Family Welfare Centre in Szczecin the project Active inclusion in Szczecin co-financed by the European Union under the European Social Fund (Human Capital Operational Programme Measure 7.1.1.) - A trip to Karpacz

 | Published July 17, 2014  -  Deadline July 28, 2014
cpvs
55000000, 60000000, 80000000

The contract is for an organization socjoterapeutyczno and educational trip for customers Family Welfare Centre in Szczecin, disabled people with hearing loss along with family members. 2Usługa will be implemented within the project Active inclusion in Szczecin co-financed by the European Union through the European Social Fund (Human Capital Operational Programme Measure 7.1.1.). Number of participants: from 7 to 14 persons, 1 -2 accompanying persons and 6 to 12 children aged from 4 to 18 years. Place an organization Karpacz. The Contracting Authority reserves the right to deployment of two observers who will watch over the correct implementation of the program. Contractor is obliged to provide observers transportation, accommodation in single rooms and catering. The Contractor is obliged to keep full documentation services, ie. The confirmation of performance and participation by all elements of the program. The Contractor shall make the visualization of premises and documents related to the services of the current Guidelines for determination of projects under the Human Capital Operational Programme, published by the Department for European Social Fund Management in the Ministry of Regional Development (Managing Authority of Operational Programme Human Capital) ..

Organization of travels socjoterapeutyczno - education for clients Family Welfare Centre in Szczecin in the project Active inclusion in Szczecin co-funded by the European Union under the European Social Fund (Operational Programme Human Capital Measure 7.1.1.)

 | Published May 27, 2014  -  Deadline June 12, 2014
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55000000, 60000000, 92000000, 80000000

The contract is for an organization out socjoterapeutyczno and education for clients Family Welfare Centre in Szczecin Service will be delivered within the project Active inclusion in Szczecin co-financed by the European Union through the European Social Fund (Operational Programme Human Capital Sub-measure 7.1.1.). Number of participants: from 17 to 22 persons with disabilities (with intellectual disabilities including conjugates type of physical disability, visual, and epilepsy) and from 5 to 8 accompanying persons. Venue: seaside town in Western Pomerania. located in the coastal belt of land that is stretching along the coast to a width of 2 km, where there is a concentration of marine tourism pedestrian accessibility to the beach so. And tourist area. The Employer reserves the right to posting two observers who will watch over the correct implementation of the program. The Contractor shall provide the observer transportation, accommodation in a double room and meals. The contractor is required to conduct a full documentation services, ie confirmation of participants and participation in all aspects of the program. The contractor will visualize the premises and documents related to the services of the current Guidelines for the determination of projects under the Operational Programme Human Capital, published by the Department for European Social Fund Management in the Ministry of Regional Development (Managing Authority of Operational Programme Human Capital) ..

Organization of travels socjoterapeutyczno - holiday for clients Family Welfare Centre in Szczecin in the project Active inclusion in Szczecin co-funded by the European Union under the European Social Fund (Operational Programme Human Capital Measure 7.1.1.) - Trip to Krakow.

 | Published June 3, 2014  -  Deadline June 12, 2014
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50000000, 60000000, 92000000, 80000000

The contract is for an organization out socjoterapeutyczno-holiday customers the Social Welfare Centre in Szczecin (youth from biological or foster aged 15-20 years) Service will be delivered within the project Active inclusion in Szczecin co-financed by the European Union through the European Social Fund ( The Operational Programme Human Capital Measure 7.1.1.). Number of participants: Part I from 22 to 30 Part II from 22 to 30, Part III, of 18 to 25 Part IV from 18 to 25 The term of the contract: Part I from 11/07/2014 until 20/07/2014, the Part II of 21.07. 2014 to 30.07.2014 Part III from 01/08/2014 until 08/10/2014, the Part IV from 11.08.2014 till 20.08.2014 Place of organizations Krakow. The Contractor is obliged to provide participants m.in: transportation to and from Krakow, accommodation, food, organization of two meetings at the fire, the organization of three away trips outside accommodation, organization of classes socjaoterapeutycznych. The contractor is required to conduct a full documentation services, ie confirmation of participants and participation in all aspects programu.Wykonawca will visualize the premises and documents related to the services of the current Guidelines for the determination of projects under the Operational Programme Human Capital, published by the Department for European Social Fund Management Ministry of Regional Development (Managing Authority of Operational Programme Human Capital) ..

organization of an excursion of social skills training with elements of social therapy for project participants active integration in Szczecin co-financed by the European Union from the European Social Fund (Operational Programme for Human Resources Sub-measure 7.1.1.)

 | Published November 25, 2013  -  Deadline December 3, 2013
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55000000, 60000000, 92000000, 80000000

The contract is the organization of an excursion social competence training with elements of social therapy for clients Family Welfare Centre in Szczecin. The service will be implemented under the project Active inclusion in Szczecin co-funded by the European Union under the European Social Fund (Operational Programme for Human Resources Sub-measure 7.1.1.). Number of participants: 1) For the first part of the contract: from 35 to 45 people, 2) For the second part of the order of 27 to 34 people in each term of the lots on 13.12.2013 - 15.12.2013 Place of organization: beach town in Western Pomerania is located in the coastal belt of land that is stretching along the coast to a width of 2 km, where there is a concentration of marine tourism pedestrian accessibility to the beach so. And tourist area. The contractor is required to conduct a full documentation services, ie confirmation of participants and participation in all aspects of the program. The contractor will visualize the premises and documents related to the services of the current Guidelines for the determination of projects under the Operational Programme Human Capital, published by the Department for European Social Fund Management in the Ministry of Regional Development (Managing Authority of Operational Programme Human Capital) ..

Audit and consulting for the Social Insurance Institution (ZUS) and funds managed by ZUS, among others, in the management, valuation and classification, as well as the issue of assessment on how to carry out selected tasks.

 | Published December 18, 2013  -  Deadline December 30, 2013
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79200000, 79100000

The contract is for auditing and consulting for the Social Insurance Institution (ZUS) and funds managed by ZUS, among others, in the management, measurement and classification, as well as the evaluation on how to carry out some tasks ..

Organization of travels socjoterapeutyczno - holiday for clients Family Welfare Centre in Szczecin in the project Active inclusion in Szczecin co-funded by the European Union under the European Social Fund (Operational Programme Human Capital Measure 7.1.1.) - Trip to Karpacz.

 | Published June 5, 2014  -  Deadline June 16, 2014
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55000000, 60000000, 92000000, 80000000

The contract is for an organization out socjoterapeutyczno-holiday customers the Social Welfare Centre in Szczecin (youth from biological or foster aged 15-20 years) Service will be delivered within the project Active inclusion in Szczecin co-financed by the European Union through the European Social Fund ( The Operational Programme Human Capital Measure 7.1.1.). Number of participants: Part I 9-13 Project Participants, accompanying persons: 3-5 of children up to 3 years: 4 -7 of children aged 4 - 18 years: 7 -13 12-17 of Part II of the Project Participants, accompanying persons: 2-4 of children up to 3 years: 5 - 10 people children aged 4 - 18 years: 18 - 26 of Part III 9-15 Project Participants, accompanying persons: 2 - 4 persons Children under 3 years: 4 - 8 people children aged 4 - 18 years: 13-20 people note accompanying persons are adults. The term of the contract: Part I from 26/07/2014 until 08/01/2014, the Part II from 02/08/2014 until 08/08/2014, the Part III of 08.09.2014 until 15.08.2014 Place of organization: Karpacz The contractor is required to conduct a full documentation services, ie confirmation of participants and participation in all aspects of the program. The contractor will visualize the premises and documents related to the services of the current Guidelines for the determination of projects under the Operational Programme Human Capital, published by the Department for European Social Fund Management in the Ministry of Regional Development (Managing Authority of Operational Programme Human Capital). The contractor will provide participants out among others transportation from Szczecin to Karpacz and back, food, accommodation, organization of two meetings at the fire, the organization of two bus trips off-site accommodation, activities and socio-therapeutic child care participants social therapy, recreational activities ..

Organization of travels socjoterapeutyczno - holiday for project participants active integration in Szczecin co-financed by the European Union from the European Social Fund (Operational Programme Human Capital Measure 7.1.1.)

 | Published November 25, 2013  -  Deadline December 3, 2013
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55000000, 60000000, 92000000, 80000000

The contract is for an organization out socjoterapeutyczno-home clients Family Welfare Centre in Szczecin. 2 The service will be implemented under the project Active inclusion in Szczecin co-funded by the European Union under the European Social Fund (Operational Programme for Human Resources Sub-measure 7.1.1.). Venue: beach town located in Western Pomerania in the coastal belt of land that is stretching along the coast to a width of 2 km, where there is a concentration of marine tourism walking accessibility to the beach so. And tourist area. The Contractor is required to conduct a full documentation services, ie confirmation of participants and participation in all aspects of the program. The contractor will visualize the premises and documents related to the services of the current Guidelines for the determination of projects under the Operational Programme Human Capital, published by the Department for European Social Fund Management in the Ministry of Regional Development (Managing Authority of Operational Programme Human Capital). NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS: A: In terms of the first part of the contract: from 53 to 70 people in the 18 - 21 Project Participants - Adults accompanying persons - adults: 4 - 7 persons Children under 3 years: 5 - 8 people children 4 - 11 years: 18 - 22 of children aged 12 - 18 years: 8 - 12 people B: In terms of the second part of the contract: from 51 to 71 people, including 18 - 23 Project Participants - Adults accompanying persons - adults 5 - 9 persons Children under 3 years: 3 - 6 people children aged 4 - 11 years: 18 - 22 of children aged 12 - 18 years: 7 - 11 people.

Selection of Financial Intermediaries to manage the fund and loan fund and provision of training and advice to borrowers in the framework of the program "First Business - Support for startup II".

Bank Gospodarstwa Krajowego | Published September 20, 2014  -  Deadline October 1, 2014
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66000000

The contract is for the selection of financial intermediaries, which provides the Employer services consisting of: 1 management Loan fund created in order to: 1) provide loans for starting a business by unemployed and do not carry on any other gainful employment: a) graduates of secondary schools and universities (studies I and II and in uniform master) within 48 months from the date of graduation or obtain professional title, b) unemployed, c) students in their final year of university studies (I and II and in uniform master) - hereinafter referred to as "natural persons " 674, as amended. d.), referred to as the Act; 3) to provide training and consulting services to borrowers benefiting from loans for starting a business. 2 ensure cooperation with universities, and through them with the organizations working for the development of entrepreneurship, and in particular academic incubators, academic career offices and centers of information and counseling, in order to permit the use of advisory services and training to people applying for a loan to take business. 1 of the Act, which services they will provide, ie .: universities, and through them with the organizations working for the development of entrepreneurship, and in particular academic incubators, academic career offices and centers of information and advisory. The financial intermediary will receive remuneration in the form of: 1) a management fee loan fund; 2) payment for completed consulting and training services for people taking advantage of loans for starting a business (borrowers). Remuneration will be taken by the financial intermediary from the loan fund, on the basis of an application for payment approved by BGK. Code of the Common Procurement Vocabulary CPV: 66000000 - Financial and insurance services on the basis of a contract for the implementation of the "first business - support startup II", concluded the Minister of Labour and Social Policy (MLSP) of the National Economy Bank (Ordering / BGK), Ministry of Labour forward to an account in the BGK funds for the implementation of the Programme. The allocated funds for that purpose, BGK will provide a financial intermediary for the account maintained in BGK, the resources devoted to the creation of a loan fund for the region (that covers 2 of the province). 1376, as amended. d.). Object of the contract is a reference to the allocation of funds earmarked for the creation of a loan fund in the region covering the Pomorskie and West - to provide the Employer services involving fund management and loan in the amount of 6 019 521.65 zł net. The tasks of the Contractor will include: 1) development of a methodology for assessing applications for a loan, taking into account the specifics of the Program and of persons and entities authorized to use the loans; 2) accepting loan applications and their evaluation;

Financial and insurance services

Bank Gospodarstwa Krajowego | Published December 16, 2015  -  Deadline January 21, 2016
cpvs
66000000

The contract is the choice of financial intermediaries provide to the Employer services consisting of: Management fund and loan fund created in order to: 1) provide loans for starting a business by unemployed and do not carry on any other gainful activity: a) graduates from colleges and universities (Study I and II degree and uniform master) within 48 months of graduation or the professional title; b) unemployed; c) students in their final year of university studies (I and II level and uniform master) - hereinafter referred to as "individuals"; 149, as amended. d.), hereinafter referred to as the Act; 3) the provision of training and consulting services to borrowers benefiting from loans for starting a business. Ensure cooperation with universities, and through them with organizations working for the development of entrepreneurship, in particular academic incubators, academic career offices and centers of information and counseling, to enable use of consulting and training services to people applying for a loan for starting a business . Financial intermediaries shall cooperate with universities, and through them with organizations working for the development of entrepreneurship, in particular: academic incubators, academic career offices and centers of information and counseling. The financial intermediary will receive remuneration in the form of: 1) a management fee to fund the loan; 2) payment for completed consulting and training services for people who use the loans for starting a business (borrowers). Remuneration will be taken by the financial intermediary from the loan fund, on the basis of the payment request approved by BGK. The code according to the Common Procurement Vocabulary CPV 66000000-0 - Financial and insurance services on the basis of an agreement for the implementation of the "first business - Support in the startup II ', concluded by the Minister of Labour and Social Policy, hereinafter: MLSP with Bank Gospodarstwa Krajowego, hereinafter : Employer Ministry of Labour forwards for the account of the Purchaser funds for the implementation of the Programme. With earmarked for this purpose funds, the Employer shall provide to the accounts of financial intermediaries held in the BGK is earmarked for setting up loan funds for 3 regions (spanning the 2 province). 128, as amended. d.). Object of the contract is divided into 3 parts, each of which is a reference to the allocation of funds earmarked for the creation of loan funds within individual regions: Episode I - Region I comprising Podlaskie and Warmia-Mazury - to provide the Employer services consisting of fund management loan in the amount of 4 000 000 PLN; Part II - Region II covering the provinces: Lodz and Mazowieckie - to provide the Employer services consisting of the management of the fund and loan fund in the amount of PLN 10 000 000; Part III - Region III covering Lubelskie and Świętokrzyskie - to provide the Employer services consisting of the management of the fund and loan fund in the amount of 5 000 000 PLN. Total: - the amount allocated for the establishment of loan funds is 19 000 000 PLN. Artist interested in performance of the contract may apply for the award, only one of the parts. The tasks Performers will include: 1) to develop methodologies for assessing loan applications, taking into account the specifics of the Programme and of persons and entities entitled to benefit from loans; 2) accepting loan applications and their assessment;

Project management of the Cohesion Fund No. 2006/PL/16/C/PT/001 in the scope of works associated with the construction of the toll motorway A-1 episode from the "Świerklany" (without the node) to the state border with the Czech Republic in Gorzyczki miles 548 ÷ 897 567 +223, length 18.33 km "including the supervision during the execution of the works, the warranty period for defects and final settlement.

Generalna Dyrekcja Dróg Krajowych i Autostrad Oddział w Katowicach | Published June 18, 2014
Winner
Ayesa Polska Sp. z o.o.ul. Szyb Walenty 26aRuda Śląska 41-700
cpvs
71247000, 71520000

The contract is a service of the Cohesion Fund Management Project No. 2006 / PL/16/C/PT/001 in the scope of works associated with the construction of the toll motorway A-1 section of Świerklany node (no node) to the state border with the Czech Republic in Gorzyczki miles 548 897 ÷ 567 223, length 18.33 km "including the supervision during the execution of the works, the warranty period for defects and final settlement. Contractor under the Contract will perform the functions assigned to the Engineer based on the "Conditions of Contract for Construction for Building and Engineering Works Designed by the Employer"; English-Polish edition 2000 translation of the first edition of FIDIC 1999 (Fédération Internationale des Ingénieurs - Conseils), and the operations specified in the Terms of Reference, including those resulting from the current provisions of the Act "Construction Law". detailed scope of the contract specified in volumes II - III of this Terms of Reference. Order shall be in accordance with the Polish law, in particular the Law of 14 December 2012 on waste (OJ 2013 pos. 21), the Act of 23 April 1964 of the Civil Code ( Acts. Laws No. 16, item. 93, as amended.) and the Act of 29 January 2004, the Public Procurement Law (Journal of Laws of 2013., item. 907, as amended.). contract is to be financed from the funds budget at the disposal of the General Directorate for National Roads and Motorways. Employer provides for the grant of supplementary contracts referred to in Art. paragraph 67. 1 point. 6 of the PPA, representing not more than 25% of the basic contract consisting in the repetition of the same type of contract according to the subject of the main contract. The Purchaser requires that the offer included the whole of the Object of the contract. The contract will be executed in accordance with the Polish law, in particular the Law of 7 July 1994 Construction Law (Journal of Laws of 2010. No. 243, pos. 1623), the Act of 23 April 1964 of the Civil Code (Acts . Laws No. 16, item. 93, as amended.) and the Act of 29 January 2004, the Public Procurement Law (Journal. Laws of 2013, pos. 907, as amended.) and in accordance with the Terms of Reference. The Employer does not make reservations indicating the obligation of personal performance by the Contractor key part of the contract. The contractor may entrust the execution of the contract subcontracted. In the case of entrusting the execution of the contract likely to be subcontracted, the Purchaser requests, indications by the Contractor in the Tender (Bid Form) part of the contract he may intend to subcontract and to give the Contractor names (companies) contractors, on whose resources the contractor relies on the principles laid down in Art. Paragraph 26. 2b, in order to demonstrate compliance with the conditions for participation in the proceedings referred to in art. Paragraph 22. 1 If the amendment or waiver of the subcontractor refers to the entity on whose resources the Contractor relied on the principles laid down in Art. Paragraph 26. 2b, in order to demonstrate compliance with the conditions for participation in the proceedings referred to in art. Paragraph 22. 1, the Contractor shall demonstrate to the Employer that the proposed another subcontractor or the contractor alone satisfies them no less than required during the contract award procedure. It is recommended that the Contractor made a site visit in the investment and its surroundings in order to evaluate the documents and information provided in the present proceedings by the Employer.

Project management of the Cohesion Fund No. 2006/PL/16/C/PT/001 in the scope of works associated with the construction of the toll motorway A-1 episode from the "Świerklany" (without the node) to the state border with the Czech Republic in Gorzyczki miles 548 ÷ 897 567 +223, length 18.33 km "including the supervision during the execution of the works, the warranty period for defects and final settlement.

Skarb Państwa – Generalny Dyrektor Dróg Krajowych i Autostrad. Prowadzący postępowanie: Generalna Dyrekcja Dróg Krajowych i Autostrad Oddział w Katowicach | Published February 21, 2014  -  Deadline April 8, 2014
cpvs
71247000, 71520000

The contract is a service of the Cohesion Fund Management Project No. 2006/PL/16/C/PT/001 in the scope of works associated with the construction of the toll motorway A-1 section of Świerklany node (no node) to the state border with the Czech Republic in Gorzyczki miles 548 897 ÷ 567 223, length 18.33 km "including the supervision during the execution of the works, the warranty period for defects and final settlement. Contractor under the Contract will perform the functions assigned to the Engineer based on the "Conditions of Contract for Construction for Building and Engineering Works Designed by the Employer 'English-Polish edition 2000 translation of the first edition of FIDIC 1999 (FédérationInternationale des Ingénieurs-Conseils) and the activities specified in the Specification Terms of Reference, including those resulting from the current provisions of the Act "Construction Law". detailed scope of the contract specified in volumes II - III of the present terms of reference. The contract will be executed in accordance with the Polish law, in particular with the Act of December 14, 2012 on waste (OJ 2013 pos. 21), the Act of 23 April 1964 of the Civil Code (Journal of Laws No. 16, item. 93, as amended.) and the Act of 29 January 2004 Procurement Law public (Journal of Laws of 2013., item. 907, as amended.). contract is to be financed from budgetary resources at the disposal of the General Directorate for National Roads and Motorways. Employer provides supplementary procurement referred to in art. 67 paragraph. 1 point. 6 PPA, representing not more than 25% of the basic contract consisting in the repetition of the same type of contract, in accordance with the subject of the main contract. The Purchaser requires that the offer included the whole of the Object of the contract. The contract will be executed in accordance with the Polish law, in particular the Law of 7 July 1994 Construction Law (Journal of Laws of 2010. No. 243, pos. 1623), the Act of 23 April 1964 of the Civil Code (Acts . Laws No. 16, item. 93, as amended.) and the Act of 29 January 2004, the Public Procurement Law (Journal. Laws of 2013, pos. 907, as amended.) and in accordance with the Terms of Reference. The Employer does not make reservations indicating the obligation of personal performance by the Contractor key part of the contract. The contractor may entrust the execution of the contract subcontracted. In the case of entrusting the execution of the contract likely to be subcontracted, the Purchaser requests, indications by the Contractor in the Tender (Bid Form) part of the contract he may intend to subcontract and to give the Contractor names (companies) contractors, on whose resources the contractor relies on the principles laid down in Art. Paragraph 26. 2b, in order to demonstrate compliance with the conditions for participation in the proceedings referred to in art. Paragraph 22. 1 If the amendment or waiver of a subcontractor refers to the entity on whose resources the Contractor relied on the principles laid down in Art. Paragraph 26. 2b, in order to demonstrate compliance with the conditions for participation in the proceedings referred to in art. Paragraph 22. 1, the Contractor shall demonstrate to the Employer that the proposed another subcontractor or the contractor alone satisfies them no less than required during the contract award procedure. It is recommended that the Contractor made a site visit in the investment and its surroundings in order to evaluate the documents and information provided in the present proceedings by the Employer.

World: Conducting classes on first aid for students and students of Secondary Schools in Swiecie and Secondary Schools in Nowe, participants Project entitled.: Good education - a better career start IV

 | Published January 9, 2014  -  Deadline January 17, 2014
cpvs
80530000

1 The contract is to conduct classes on first aid for up to 50 participants and participants in the Project entitled.: Good education - a better career start IV, ie 30 pupils and students of the Secondary Schools in Swiecie, ul. Kosciuszko 6A, 86 - 100 World and 20 female students and students of Secondary Schools in Nowe, ul. Fighter 1, 86 - 170 New. 2 Detailed requirements of the Employer to the Contractor in the execution of the order: 1) The purpose of this course is to familiarize students and students in the provision of basic life-saving treatments and operation of automated external defibrillators; 2) The curriculum must include in particular the following issues: a) the legal aspects of providing first Help by individuals not associated with medicine, b) basic life-saving treatments, including: - identification of the victim in critical condition - treatment of cardiopulmonary arrest, - replacement ventilation, - chest compressions - proceedings in the presence of a foreign body in the respiratory tract - lateral position safe - injuries and injuries (wounds, fractures, sprains, dislocations), - the procedures for burns, - the treatment of the most common injuries caused by traffic accidents - the treatment of specific conditions (hemorrhage, epilepsy, fainting, fainting, food poisoning, electrocution), c) the maintenance of the automatic external defibrillator; 3) Classes must include at least 8 hours of classes for one group, of which at least 5 hours of practical classes, hours of theoretical classes include classes numbering 45 minutes, time schedule practical should include 60 minutes of classes and break computing an average 15 minutes - the length of breaks determined in a flexible manner by the Contractor and the additional three hours, including: 1 hr. to conduct a conversation controlled on gender equality, 1 hr. to carry out tests to measure the level of knowledge of the participants and the participants, ie 0.5 hours. at the beginning of the course and 0.5 hours. at the end of classes and 1 hour. on the internal exam, 4) activities must take place outside school activities or school holidays and not more than 8 hours. day 5) classes must be in groups of 10 people, group sizes can not be increased for people with free recruitment; 6) place of theoretical and practical classes provide the Purchaser, activities for students / pupils in Swiecie ZSP will be held in the ZSP in Swiecie, activities for students / pupils in Nowe ZSP will be held in the ZSP in Nowe in the room free of shared Contractor; 7) the Contractor in terms of service provision must ensure that each participant in the and the participant prior to the start of classes under the bid: a) insurance accidents arising during the course of theoretical and practical lessons, and the way to and from classes - a copy of the insurance policy must be submitted to the Employer no later than the date of commencement of classes, b) training materials for each participant and the participant - script theme marked in EU logos and POKL, file , book at least 60 pages, pen, training materials must distribute to the participants and the participants of the course on the first day of classes, they pass on the property, participants after completion of the course, an acknowledgment of receipt of the Contractor is obliged to submit to the Employer, together with the documentation of classes, one copy of the materials training must be submitted to the Employer, c) components to carry out practical activities (such as mats, dummies for learning basic life support (adult, child), hygiene materials, materials for dressings, gloves, strips of various lengths, rails Kramer, board splint, cervical collars , etc.). 8) The Contractor shall provide to the participants and the participants during the course safe and healthy learning environment; 9) The Contractor shall take full responsibility for the participants and the participants during the course. 3 The obligations of the Contractor resulting from the implementation of the order: 1) the identification of the rooms where classes will be conducted and the documentation of classes, displaying posters, the use of logos of the EU and the Human Capital, etc. in accordance with the Guidelines for the determination of projects under OP HC issued by the European Fund Management Department Social - Ministry of Regional Development - 4 February 2009 respectively; 2) to inform the participants and the participants that they are co-funded by the European Union under the European Social Fund; 3) conduct of contestants and participants in activities guided conversations on gender equality in the first classes, 4) carry out at the beginning and end of a class test (developed by the Contractor) measuring the level of knowledge and skills of participation
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