Do-it transfer documentation
In March YouthNet announced its intention to transfer Do-it to a new owner. Today, with the Office for Civil Society, we are publishing the specification for bidders, which includes selection criteria and funding eligibility information. This specification document also includes details about the information sessions that prospective bidders will be able to attend.
We have also released an additional document with comprehensive background information about Do-it to help interested parties better understand Do-it as it currently is. This document contains comprehensive financial, operational and technical information about Do-it.
Finally, we have published the application form that bidders will need to complete. Applications need to be returned to the OCS by midday on Monday 8th July 2013.
Update (31/5): Please note we have made a couple of amendments to the event listings in the specification document. The details Q&A session will now only take place on 10th June, and the 1-to-1 sessions will take place on 19th June, with an additional date of 26th June if required.
Download Do-it documenation (zipped file 1.4MB)
You may also wish to sign up to the Expression of Interest form that we have previously made live, which includes an option to share your details with other interested parties.
Published on 07-May-2013
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