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Titel : DE-Eschborn - Wirtschaftsforschung
Dokument-Nr. ( ID / ND ) : 2021091309114507237 / 461544-2021
Veröffentlicht :
13.09.2021
Angebotsabgabe bis :
11.10.2021
Dokumententyp : Ausschreibung
Vertragstyp : Dienstleistungsauftrag
Verfahrensart : Verhandlungsverfahren
Unterteilung des Auftrags : Gesamtangebot
Zuschlagkriterien : Wirtschaftlichstes Angebot
Produkt-Codes :
79311400 - Wirtschaftsforschung
79300000 - Markt- und Wirtschaftsforschung; Umfragen und Statistiken
DE-Eschborn: Wirtschaftsforschung

2021/S 177/2021 461544

Auftragsbekanntmachung

Dienstleistungen
Rechtsgrundlage:
Richtlinie 2014/24/EU

Abschnitt I: Öffentlicher Auftraggeber
I.1)Name und Adressen
Offizielle Bezeichnung: Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale
Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH
Postanschrift: Dag-Hammarskjöld-Weg 1 - 5
Ort: Eschborn
NUTS-Code: DE71A Main-Taunus-Kreis
Postleitzahl: 65760
Land: Deutschland
Kontaktstelle(n): Leinemann Partner Rechtsanwälte mbB
E-Mail: [6]giz@leinemann-partner.de
Telefon: +49 6974093873
Fax: +49 6974093874
Internet-Adresse(n):
Hauptadresse: [7]http://www.giz.de
I.3)Kommunikation
Die Auftragsunterlagen stehen für einen uneingeschränkten und
vollständigen direkten Zugang gebührenfrei zur Verfügung unter:
[8]https://ausschreibungen.giz.de/Satellite/notice/CXTRYY6YAXC/document
s
Weitere Auskünfte erteilen/erteilt die oben genannten Kontaktstellen
Angebote oder Teilnahmeanträge sind einzureichen elektronisch via:
[9]https://ausschreibungen.giz.de/Satellite/notice/CXTRYY6YAXC
I.4)Art des öffentlichen Auftraggebers
Andere: Legal person governed by private law (gemeinnützige GmbH)
wholly owned by the Federal Republic of Germany
I.5)Haupttätigkeit(en)
Andere Tätigkeit: International Development Cooperation

Abschnitt II: Gegenstand
II.1)Umfang der Beschaffung
II.1.1)Bezeichnung des Auftrags:

81274716 - Recommendations for the BMZ on how to integrate GPG
considerations in development cooperation
Referenznummer der Bekanntmachung: 81274716
II.1.2)CPV-Code Hauptteil
79311400 Wirtschaftsforschung
II.1.3)Art des Auftrags
Dienstleistungen
II.1.4)Kurze Beschreibung:

The provision and protection of Global Public Goods (GPGs) is key for
sustainable development, long-term prosperity and enables secure, free
and open societies. However, due to today"s interconnected markets and
societies, negative cross-border externalities in the form of "global
public bads" such as climate change, conflict & violence, pandemics,
unfair trade or unstable financial systems can significantly hamper
well-being on a global scale.

The relevance of GPGs has been drastically brought (back) to our minds
with the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic. Covid-19 is a clear case of a
failure to protect a crucial GPG: global health - or put differently, a
clear failure to prevent a global public bad: the spread of the virus
with all its social and environmental repercussions and immense
economic costs. In the same vein, the call for a global provision of
vaccines as a GPG is based on the fact that the pandemic only be
defeated once vaccine access is assured globally on a sufficient level.
Consequently, endeavors to build back better or recover forward after
the pandemic must pivotally entail the provision and protection of
GPGs, as a fundamental contribution to prevent further global crises
and ensure a better future for people and planet. Simultaneously, the
threat of a global climate change crisis and biodiversity collapse is
accelerating. Put differently, these health, economic, social, climate
change and biodiversity crises are global public bads that are
interconnected and hence, require globally-coordinated action.
Incentivizing crisis preparedness and prevention in light of
cross-border effects of fragile states and bad governance are, hence,
increasingly in the focus of development cooperation.

The GIZ Sector Project "Multilateral Development Banks for Global
Public Goods" advises the German Ministry for Economic Cooperation and
Development (BMZ) divisions 403 "World Bank Group, International
Monetary Fund and Debt Relief" and 404 "Regional Development Banks". As
such, it supports the BMZ and Germany, as one of the largest MDB
shareholders, in articulating a development policy perspective on the
protection and provision of GPGs, which in turn feeds into the German
government"s positioning in multilateral fora, including the Executive
Director Offices at relevant MDBs. The studies intend to provide the
BMZ with scientifically-based analyses on the provision and protection
of GPGs to feed into the work conducted at the World Bank Group and the
regional Multilateral Development Banks. The studies should therefore
develop recommendations for specific changes in the MDBs" institutional
set-up and organizational practices, as well as deliver background
information to be used as inputs for the communication with MDBs and
wider civil society.

Overall 5 studies are supposed to be conducted:

1. Institutional models for the provision and protection of GPGs in
MDBs,

2. Best Practices in the provision of GPGs by MDBs,

3. Quantifying economic benefits of GPGs,

4. Dissemination of international standards for the provision of GPGs,

5. Recommendations for the BMZ on how to integrate GPG considerations
in development cooperation
II.1.5)Geschätzter Gesamtwert
II.1.6)Angaben zu den Losen
Aufteilung des Auftrags in Lose: nein
II.2)Beschreibung
II.2.2)Weitere(r) CPV-Code(s)
79300000 Markt- und Wirtschaftsforschung; Umfragen und Statistiken
II.2.3)Erfüllungsort
NUTS-Code: DE300 Berlin
Hauptort der Ausführung:

00000 Global
II.2.4)Beschreibung der Beschaffung:

The provision and protection of Global Public Goods (GPGs) is key for
sustainable development, long-term prosperity and enables secure, free
and open societies. However, due to today"s interconnected markets and
societies, negative cross-border externalities in the form of "global
public bads" such as climate change, conflict & violence, pandemics,
unfair trade or unstable financial systems can significantly hamper
well-being on a global scale.

The relevance of GPGs has been drastically brought (back) to our minds
with the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic. Consequently, endeavors to
build back better or recover forward after the pandemic must pivotally
entail the provision and protection of GPGs, as a fundamental
contribution to prevent further global crises and ensure a better
future for people and planet. Simultaneously, the threat of a global
climate change crisis and biodiversity collapse is accelerating. Put
differently, these health, economic, social, climate change and
biodiversity crises are global public bads that are interconnected and
hence, require globally-coordinated action. Incentivizing crisis
preparedness and prevention in light of cross-border effects of fragile
states and bad governance are, hence, increasingly in the focus of
development cooperation.

The GIZ Sector Project "Multilateral Development Banks for Global
Public Goods" advises the German Ministry for Economic Cooperation and
Development (BMZ) divisions 403 "World Bank Group, International
Monetary Fund and Debt Relief" and 404 "Regional Development Banks". As
such, it supports the BMZ and Germany, as one of the largest MDB
shareholders, in articulating a development policy perspective on the
protection and provision of GPGs, which in turn feeds into the German
government"s positioning in multilateral fora, including the Executive
Director Offices at relevant MDBs. The studies intend to provide the
BMZ with scientifically-based analyses on the provision and protection
of GPGs to feed into the work conducted at the World Bank Group and the
regional Multilateral Development Banks. The studies should therefore
develop recommendations for specific changes in the MDBs" institutional
set-up and organizational practices, as well as deliver background
information to be used as inputs for the communication with MDBs and
wider civil society.

Overall 5 studies are supposed to be conducted:

1. Institutional models for the provision and protection of GPGs in
MDBs

The study aims to provide a basis for the assessment of comparative
advantages of MDBs (and UN institutions) and development of
institutional models for the provision and protection of GPGs via the
Multilateral Development Banks (MDBs) (and - where more adequate and
capable - the wider UN System). The study shall support the German
Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) in its
strategic positioning to foster such models at the MDBs.

2. Best Practices in the provision of GPGs by MDBs

The WBG"s role as Knowledge Bank aims to scale-up what works in
providing GPGs within the country-based model and identify, collect,
and disseminate Best Practices for future pipelines. To strengthen
these approaches the study aims to analyze how Multilateral Development
Banks (MDBs) (and potentially UN organizations that can be more
adequate and capable in some GPG provision areas) can support
scalability and replicability of identified measures (Best Practices)
for an effective GPG provision as well as to showcase success factors
and obstacles in financing and regulating GPGs. To achieve many of the
development goals set by global agendas such as the UN Sustainable
Development Goals or the Paris Agreement, examining GPGs is
indispensable. Solutions to global challenges require collective
action, particularly when it comes to the protection and provision of
GPGs, which have cross-border effects that can strengthen or undermine
development outcomes. MDBs and the multilateral system as a whole play
a crucial role to not only raise awareness for GPGs, but also work on
ways to operationalize GPGs through their work.

3. Quantifying economic benefits of GPGs

The country-based model of Multilateral Development Banks (MDB) does
not adequately ensure a sufficient provision of global public goods
(GPGs). The study intends to serve as a basis for supporting the German
Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) in its
strategic positioning in this regard. In order to institutionalize the
financing of provision of GPGs and incorporate this in the MDBs"
business model, a rigorous quantification methodology is needed in
order to be able to price their provision, build on criteria to
prioritize interventions and establish operational and financial
incentives for regional and global externalities to maximize global
impact.

4. Dissemination of international standards for the provision of GPGs

Identifying and evaluating different approaches how to disseminate
standards for the provision of GPGs through international regimes
and/or benchmarks in trade relations. Economic and political
institutions need to be adjusted accordingly in order to mobilize the
private sector for the needed transformations, while at the same time
ensure just transitions.

5. Recommendations for the BMZ on how to integrate GPG considerations
in development cooperation

GPGs can reasonably justify the continued development cooperation with
partner countries (global partners), particularly UMICs with relevance
for GPGs. At the same time such justification might clash with
prerequisites of German development cooperation, like human rights or
good governance. In these cases, the BMZ must consider if development
cooperation in the interest of international externalities of a certain
GPG is required and justifiable and can be linked to support national
and local development goals, or if in the interest of local interests
and development impacts cooperation must be terminated.
II.2.5)Zuschlagskriterien
Der Preis ist nicht das einzige Zuschlagskriterium; alle Kriterien sind
nur in den Beschaffungsunterlagen aufgeführt
II.2.6)Geschätzter Wert
II.2.7)Laufzeit des Vertrags, der Rahmenvereinbarung oder des
dynamischen Beschaffungssystems
Laufzeit in Monaten: 12
Dieser Auftrag kann verlängert werden: ja
Beschreibung der Verlängerungen:

GIZ is entitled to extend the period for fulfilment of the original
contract by unilaterally notifying the Contractor. For details, please
see the special terms and conditions.
II.2.9)Angabe zur Beschränkung der Zahl der Bewerber, die zur
Angebotsabgabe bzw. Teilnahme aufgefordert werden
Geplante Mindestzahl: 3
Höchstzahl: 5
Objektive Kriterien für die Auswahl der begrenzten Zahl von Bewerbern:

The assignment will only be entrusted to companies with the required
expertise and capacity (eligible companies), which meet the criteria
listed in the document "Request to participate and Eligibility
declaration by applicants (Call for competition)", and which are not
excluded under the terms of Sections 123 or 124 of the German Act
against Restraints of Competition (GWB), or who can prove restoration
of their integrity in line with Section 125 of the same act.

If there is a previously announced limit to the number of applicants,
an assessment will be carried out according to the relevant evaluation
scale included in the tender documents.
II.2.10)Angaben über Varianten/Alternativangebote
Varianten/Alternativangebote sind zulässig: nein
II.2.11)Angaben zu Optionen
Optionen: ja
Beschreibung der Optionen:

GIZ may optionally commission contract amendments and/or increases
based on the criteria in the tender documents to the successful bidder
of this tender. For details, please see the special terms and
conditions.
II.2.13)Angaben zu Mitteln der Europäischen Union
Der Auftrag steht in Verbindung mit einem Vorhaben und/oder Programm,
das aus Mitteln der EU finanziert wird: nein
II.2.14)Zusätzliche Angaben

Abschnitt III: Rechtliche, wirtschaftliche, finanzielle und technische
Angaben
III.1)Teilnahmebedingungen
III.1.1)Befähigung zur Berufsausübung einschließlich Auflagen
hinsichtlich der Eintragung in einem Berufs- oder Handelsregister
Auflistung und kurze Beschreibung der Bedingungen:

1. Trading name and address, commercial register excerpt.

2. Eligibility declaration that no grounds for exclusion in Section
123, 124 of the German Act Against Restraints of Competition (GWB)
apply.

3. Eligibility declaration subcontractors if applicable.

4. Association clause if applicable
III.1.2)Wirtschaftliche und finanzielle Leistungsfähigkeit
Auflistung und kurze Beschreibung der Eignungskriterien:

1. Declaration on the average annual turnover for the last 3 financial
years (last-but-four financial year can be included in case of
invitation to tender held within 6 months of end of last financial
year);

2. Declaration on average number of employees and managers for the past
three calendar years.
Möglicherweise geforderte Mindeststandards:

1. Average annual turnover for the last three years at least 100.000,00
EUR.

2. Average number of employees and managers for the past three calendar
years at least 5 persons.
III.1.3)Technische und berufliche Leistungsfähigkeit
Auflistung und kurze Beschreibung der Eignungskriterien:

It is necessary to provide references in the technical field "Global
Public Goods" with a minimum commission value of 20.000,00 EUR.
Möglicherweise geforderte Mindeststandards:

1. At least 2 reference projects in the technical field "Global Public
Goods" and at least 5 reference projects on multilateral (cross-border)
issues the last 3 years.

2. The technical assessment is only based on reference projects with a
minimum commission value of 20.000,00 EUR.

Abschnitt IV: Verfahren
IV.1)Beschreibung
IV.1.1)Verfahrensart
Verhandlungsverfahren
IV.1.3)Angaben zur Rahmenvereinbarung oder zum dynamischen
Beschaffungssystem
IV.1.4)Angaben zur Verringerung der Zahl der Wirtschaftsteilnehmer oder
Lösungen im Laufe der Verhandlung bzw. des Dialogs
Abwicklung des Verfahrens in aufeinander folgenden Phasen zwecks
schrittweiser Verringerung der Zahl der zu erörternden Lösungen bzw. zu
verhandelnden Angebote
IV.1.5)Angaben zur Verhandlung
Der öffentliche Auftraggeber behält sich das Recht vor, den Auftrag auf
der Grundlage der ursprünglichen Angebote zu vergeben, ohne
Verhandlungen durchzuführen
IV.1.8)Angaben zum Beschaffungsübereinkommen (GPA)
Der Auftrag fällt unter das Beschaffungsübereinkommen: ja
IV.2)Verwaltungsangaben
IV.2.2)Schlusstermin für den Eingang der Angebote oder Teilnahmeanträge
Tag: 11/10/2021
Ortszeit: 12:00
IV.2.3)Voraussichtlicher Tag der Absendung der Aufforderungen zur
Angebotsabgabe bzw. zur Teilnahme an ausgewählte Bewerber
Tag: 29/10/2021
IV.2.4)Sprache(n), in der (denen) Angebote oder Teilnahmeanträge
eingereicht werden können:
Englisch

Abschnitt VI: Weitere Angaben
VI.1)Angaben zur Wiederkehr des Auftrags
Dies ist ein wiederkehrender Auftrag: nein
VI.2)Angaben zu elektronischen Arbeitsabläufen
Aufträge werden elektronisch erteilt
VI.3)Zusätzliche Angaben:

Communication / questions can only be submitted using GIZ"s
eProcurement Tender

Platform for the award of contracts.

Bekanntmachungs-ID: CXTRYY6YAXC
VI.4)Rechtsbehelfsverfahren/Nachprüfungsverfahren
VI.4.1)Zuständige Stelle für Rechtsbehelfs-/Nachprüfungsverfahren
Offizielle Bezeichnung: Die Vergabekammern des Bundes
Postanschrift: Villemombler Straße 76
Ort: Bonn
Postleitzahl: 53123
Land: Deutschland
E-Mail: [10]vk@bundeskartellamt.bund.de
Telefon: +49 2289499-0
Fax: +49 2289499-163
Internet-Adresse: [11]http://www.bundeskartellamt.de
VI.4.3)Einlegung von Rechtsbehelfen
Genaue Angaben zu den Fristen für die Einlegung von Rechtsbehelfen:

According to Article 160, Section 3 of the German Act Against Restraint
of Competition (GWB), application for review is not permissible insofar
as

1. the applicant has identified the claimed infringement of the
procurement rules before submitting the application for review and has
not submitted a complaint to the contracting authority within a period
of 10 calendar days; the expiry of the period pursuant to Article 134,
Section 2 remains unaffected,

2. complaints of infringements of procurement rules that are evident in
the tender notice are not submitted to the contracting authority at the
latest by the expiry of the deadline for the application or by the
deadline for the submission of bids, specified in the tender notice

3. complaints of infringements of procurement rules that first become
evident in the tender documents are not submitted to the contracting
authority at the latest by the expiry of the deadline for application
or by the deadline for the submission of bids,

4. more than 15 calendar days have expired since receipt of
notification from the contracting authority that it is unwilling to
redress the complaint.

Sentence 1 does not apply in the case of an application to determine
the invalidity of the contract in accordance with Article 135, Section
1 (2). Article 134, Section 1, Sentence 2 remains unaffected.
VI.5)Tag der Absendung dieser Bekanntmachung:
08/09/2021

References

6. mailto:giz@leinemann-partner.de?subject=TED
7. http://www.giz.de/
8. https://ausschreibungen.giz.de/Satellite/notice/CXTRYY6YAXC/documents
9. https://ausschreibungen.giz.de/Satellite/notice/CXTRYY6YAXC
10. mailto:vk@bundeskartellamt.bund.de?subject=TED
11. http://www.bundeskartellamt.de/

 
 
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