Call for Tender “ESPON Data Navigator 2012
ESPON 2013 Update of the Data Navigator, including Iceland and Liechtenstein
This procurement aims at selection a tender able to carry out a service for “Updating of the Data Navigator, including Iceland and Liechtenstein” under the ESPON 2013 Programme.
The service requested comprehends the following deliveries: a questionnaire to be used for the national data inventories; an update of the inventories for the countries participating in the ESPON 2013 Programme; a compilation of new inventories for Iceland, Liechtenstein, Croatia (for which the signature of the Accession Treaty is envisaged by the end of 2011) and the EU Candidate countries (Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro and Turkey) plus update of existing inventories for the Balkan countries: Albania, Bosnia, Serbia; an update of the downloadable version of the Data Navigator, (excel file); interactive version of the Data Navigator – ESPON 2013 Data Navigator (an application of integrated in the ESPON web site); a small report, including a handbook on the use of the Data Navigator (including practical examples).
The services requested are further explained in the technical and administrative terms and conditions.
The maximum available budget for this contract is € 75.000, inclusive all taxes (incl. VAT) and delivery costs.
How to submit an offer
Specifications and additional documents (technical and administrative terms and conditions, annexes) can be downloaded at the Portail des marchés publics du Grand-Duché de Luxembourg, LINK. Deadline for accessing the documentation: 17/02/2012.
The tender has been published at the online version of the “Supplement to the Official Journal of the European Union”, dedicated to European public procurement TED (Tenders Electronic Daily), notice number JO/S S9, 14/01/2012, 13577-2012.
Deadline for submission: 27/02/2012 at 14:00.
For questions concerning this tender, please send an e-mail to email@example.com mentioning as subject “Call for tender: ESPON Update Data Navigator”.