Shall be entered into a framework agreement with a supplier for accounting and financial assistance. Tasks could include assistance in all types of accounting and finance-related issues. This applies both to questions of interpretation of the current regime, and changes in government framework. There may also be a need for assistance in relation to key work processes related to finance and accounting function. Enquiries will mainly come from the finance and administration department, but also from other departments of Public Construction.
There will be variation in the work that may be necessary under the framework agreement.
Some missions will apply short delimiting tasks, while other assignments may be longer lasting.
The Norwegian Government Agency for Financial Management (henceforth referred to as DFØ) shall implement an open tender contest where the objective is to enter into a five year agreement for the purchase of a communication solution (WAN) between the Central Processing Units in Oslo, Stavanger, Trondheim, (Hamar up until 1.6.2017), and between DFØ's two computer centres in the Oslo area.
DFØ currently has a communication solution (WAN) towards its office locations. The solution is based on IPVPN and dark fibre between the Central Processing Unit in Oslo, and DFØ's computer service units in Oslo. The procurement in this tender notice shall cover the existing solution entirely.
DFØ delivers financial services to other government agencies, and will therefore have stringent requirements for accessibility and output of the data lines.
SD wishes to enter into a 4 year framework agreement for:
i) Quality assurance of accounting information and other financial tasks regarding SD's administration of the current agreement with Hurtigruten AS for sea transport services on the Bergen — Kirkenes route
ii) Process support for preparing future procurement of sea transport services for the coastal route Bergen-Kirkenes.
See also the attached tender documentation. SD aims at using the Government Standard Terms and Conditions for framework agreements.
The design, assembly and facilitation for Norwegian exhibitors and the disassembly of a joint pavilion for SEG in Brussel, Belgium in the period from 25 until 27.4.2017. The objective of the exhibition is to promote Norway, Norwegian businesses and the Norwegian seafood industry. More information about the procurement is given in Appendix no. 1 ‘Requirement Specification.’
The upper financial frame of the assignment is 4 000 000 NOK per annum.
The contracting authority shall enter into a framework agreement with a provider for accounting and financial consulting services. The assignments can include assistance for all types of accounting and finance-related problems. This applies to both interpretation questions related to the current laws and regulations, as well as amendments in the Government accounting standards and policies. Requirements for assistance in connection with central work processes for the financing and accounting function may also be included. The requests for assistance will mainly come from the Finance and Administration Department, but also other departments in Statsbygg can also request assistance.
Services that may be relevant for the framework agreement may vary.
Some assignments can be short limited assignments, but others can be of a longer duration.
Fjellinjen AS collects toll money in Oslo and Bærum and is the principal financial contributor for developing roads and public transport through the Oslo package 3.
Fjellinjen is proud to have contributed to the development of our region for 25 years. Many important roads and public transport projects in the region is completely or partly financed by toll money. We contributed with approx. 2 400 000 000 NOK in 2015 to road and public transport projects.
Fjellinjen AS is owned by Oslo municipality (60 %) and Akershus County (40 %).
We have approx. 630 000 contract customers and we register approx. 113 000 000 pass throughs per annum. Our vision is to make the journey easy, and all our employees are working in accordance with the fundamental values simple, helpful and correct.
For more information about the Fjellinjen, see www.fjellinjen.no
Fjellinjen's objective is to procure an IT platform service that includes a number of standard solutions and services from the provider and a limited number of customer-specific applications to be operated and manage in collaboration with the Customer and the Customer's application provider.
The system shall be in operation from 12.6.2017.
The scope and purpose of the procurement.
The objective of the tender contest is to enter into a framework agreement for jet water flushing of pipes, excavation and a service agreement for waste wells. The estimated annual value of the framework agreement is 2 000 000 NOK excluding VAT. See part 2, the Description, for further information.
The estimated scope of the assignment.
The Contracting Authority intends to enter into an agreement with 1 provider. The framework agreement has an estimated total value of 2 000 000 NOK per year. The Contracting Authority emphasises that the figures are estimates and that the actual volume may vary from year to year. The estimated value is not binding for the contracting authority. One of the characteristics of a framework agreement is that the concrete assignments and the volume of assignments are not concretised when the framework agreement is signed. These premises are the actual core in the terms for framework agreements. Call-offs will take place as and when the contracting authority's needs materialise. This premise is known by both parties and it involves a risk that the amount of assignments will deviate from the above mentioned estimate — both positively and negatively. Tenderers must be aware that changes in the financial and/or political framework terms can lead to the estimated amount of assignments being increased/reduced.
The scope and purpose of the procurement
The agreement includes pest control services at the contracting authority's properties, including:
The agreement includes pest control services at the contracting authority's properties, including:
— Pest control at the Oslo Municipal Undertaking for Social Housing's properties, mainly bedbugs.
— Ad hoc services, where the tenderer, upon request from the contracting authority, turns out to the contracting authority's property to deal with acute pest problems.
— Consultancy services: Based on finds at the contracting authority's property, propose measures for an efficient and planned reduction of pest problems shall be provided.
The estimated annual value is 10 000 000 NOK excluding VAT, and the assignment includes pest control for:
Approx. 80 % bed bugs
Approx. 10 % preventive measures
Approx. 10 % other vermins
See part 2, requirement specifications, for further information.
The contract is divided into the following zones (the expected share of the total volume stated in brackets)
Zone 1 Gamle Oslo (Large — 25 %)
Zone 2 Grünerløkka (Large — 22 %)
Zone 3 Sagene (Large — 23 %)
Zone 4 Alna, Bjerke, Grorud and Stovner (Small — 10 %)
Zone 5 Frogner, Nordre Aker, St. Haugen, Ullern and Vestre Aker (Small — 10 %)
Zone 6 Nordstrand, Søndre Nordstrand and Østensjø (Small — 10 %)
Tenderers may submit tenders for one or several zones. Each zone will be evaluated separately. 1 Provider for each zone will be selected. The award starts with zone 1 and ends with zone 6. One service provider cannot be awarded more than 3 zones of which maximum 2 these zones shall be large. See also the tender documentation's point 1.2.10.
The estimated total annual value of the framework agreement for all zones is 10 000 000 NOK. The Contracting Authority emphasises that the figures are estimates and that the actual volume may vary from year to year. The estimated value is not binding for the contracting authority. One of the characteristics of a framework agreement is that the concrete assignments and the volume of assignments are not concretised when the framework agreement is signed. These premises are the actual core in the terms for framework agreements. Call-offs will take place as and when the contracting authority's needs materialise. This premise is known by both parties and it involves a risk that the amount of assignments will deviate from the above mentioned estimate — both positively and negatively. Tenderers must be aware that changes in the financial and/or political framework terms can lead to the estimated amount of assignments being increased/reduced.
Agency for Financial (hereinafter DFØ) conducting an open competition with a view to concluding an agreement with a duration of five years for the purchase of a communications solution (WAN) between the central unit in Oslo, Stavanger, Trondheim, (Hamar until 1 June 2017) and between DFØs two data centers in the Oslo area.
DFØ currently has a communication solution (WAN) from its office locations based on IPVPN and dark fiber between Central Unit Oslo and DFØs data centers in Oslo. Procurement through this call will cover the current solution in its entirety.
Since DFØ deliver financial services to other government agencies, set DFØ stringent availability and performance of the data lines.
This project aims to provide an overview of how the costs of services to mentally retarded captured in the income system for the municipalities. It is part of the project to give an overview of how grants for former host municipalities of institutions for the mentally disabled and senior financial mechanism for resource-intensive services captures expenses for the mentally retarded.
Ministry wants it to be re-analyzes where the value of the criterion number of the mentally retarded in delkostnadsnøkkelen for nursing care also assessed in connection with the financing of the other schemes that fund services for the mentally retarded.
The questions to be answered in the project are discussed in Appendix 1 to the contract.
SD wish to enter into a 4-year framework agreement on
i) quality of accounting data and financial assistance in connection with the Ministry of Transport and monitoring of the agreement with Hurtigruten AS for the supply of maritime transport services between Bergen and Kirkenes.
ii) process assistance to prepare future purchase of maritime transport services on the Bergen-Kirkenes.
Please refer to the attached document. Ministry of Transport intends to use the standard government agreement for framework agreements.
Fredrikshalds Theatre was built in 1838. It is a unique theater building because it has retained the old scene structure with sloping stage floor and perspective organization of the scenes (titteskaps scene). It is decidedly the best preserved theater building in the country. The work is therefore subject to strict heritage requirements.
Fredrikshalds Theatre was restored around 1980 and opened for use in 1982. The wind and weather and frequent use has worn on building surfaces and structures. It was made an exterior restoration and conversion of the roof fall and winter 2014-15. The restoration was very necessary. The building now has an outer shell that is dense and prevents the penetration of rain and condensation damage. The type of injuries have taken their toll in the interiors in recent years. In addition, wear after 33 years of use. Fredrikshalds theater is still used for the same purpose for which it was built.
The client asks potential providers noting that the client is dependent on the rehabilitation project implemented within the financial parameters that are available. BH want to implement the following major works in order of priority.
• Rehabilitation of Ballroom
• Improvement actor wardrobes
• Theatre Centre, stage and gallery patching and painting treatment
• Foyer and times
Fjellinjen AS collects tolls in Oslo and Bærum, and is the main financial contributor to the development of road and public transport in Oslo and Akershus through Oslo Package 3.
Fjellinjen is proud to have contributed to the development of our region for 25 years. Many important road and public transport projects in the region are fully or partially funded by tolls. In 2015, we contributed approximately 2.4 billion for road and public transport projects.
Fjellinjen AS is owned by the City of Oslo (60%) and Akershus county (40%).
We have about 630,000 contract customers and registers about 113 million crossings a year. Our vision is that we shall make easy, and all our staff are working for fundamental values simple, helpful and accurate.
For more information about Fjellinjen see www.fjellinjen.no.
Fjellinjen purpose is to acquire an IT platform service that includes a number of standard solutions and services provider and a limited number of customer-specific applications to be operated and manage in collaboration with Customer and application provider.
The delivery will be in operation from 12/06/2017
Innovation Norway has primary responsibility for implementing the program Norwegian Innovation Clusters. The program supports the development of regional clusters with financial and technical support. As part of the program's involvement, and the existing agreements between the program and the regional cluster projects will be carried out external evaluations of the program and its projects.
This acquisition comes evaluation of:
1. Norwegian Innovation Cluster Program
2. Final Evaluations of wood Arena projects
3. Final Evaluations of four Norwegian Center of Expertise (NCE) projects
It is expected that the contractor holds up to five presentations related to all or part of the evaluation and participate in workshops with a reference.
Solution proposal and all the reports etc. Must be written in English with an extensive summary in Norwegian and English.
Offers must include all sub-projects, but two or more suppliers can collaborate on an offer.
Innovation Norway financed through grants from the Ministry of Industry and Fisheries Ministry and other ministries. Continued funding from the ministries are essential to carry out necessary activities, and therefore also preconditions for the implementation of this mission.
Subject to budgetary changes and the company's priorities. In special situations, the contractor may use another provider.
The budget for procurement is estimated to be 1.3 million items. VAT.
Ministry of Transport (SD) As part of managing the ownership of NSB AS prepare a White Paper on NSB, which is scheduled put forward in the spring session 2017. This is done every four years. The purpose of the own message is to provide Parliament with information on and assessment of the company's operations, strategy and financial plans for the coming years as well as developments since the previous owner message came in 2013.
The mission will consist of:
- Estimation of the NSB Group. Market Ranked equity shall be indicated in the results of the valuation.
- Assessment of target returns and dividend expectations for the group for the next 3-5 years.
- Assessment of the company's strategic plan for 2017-2021 and strategic options for the Group in light of industry conditions and market conditions. The review will result in contributions to the state that owns the ratings of the company's strategy.
- Review of the NSB Group's balance sheet, including what assets that are necessary for the operation and whether there are assets that are not.
- Review of the NSB Group's capital structure as it will be after the structural changes resulting from the reform is implemented. Assessment of whether the capital structure is tailored to its purpose and situation.
- Any other significant matters that might come up.
SD considers it natural that there is a need for meetings with management and the board of NSB AS to get detailed information about finances and strategy. Due to high working pressure associated with the implementation of the reform of the NSB will the consultant's access to NSB be limited.
SD wants a written material as a result of the assignment. SD also want a minimum an initial meeting, a meeting for reporting midway, and a meeting with the handover of written material.
For a more detailed description of the mission, see Appendix 1 to the contract, the customer's description of the mission.