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Electronic tendering in a pan-European environment

The European Commission, DG XV, has launched an open call to tender for a study on the implementation of electronic tendering in a pan-European procurement environment. The study aims to define a framework for pan-European implementation of electronic procurement which is acc...

The European Commission, DG XV, has launched an open call to tender for a study on the implementation of electronic tendering in a pan-European procurement environment. The study aims to define a framework for pan-European implementation of electronic procurement which is accepted and supported by the key market agents. This framework should provide a harmonized technical, legal and business environment within which different technical solutions can interoperate at European and worldwide level. The study should include a model for pan-European electronic procurement as well as recommendations for possible implementation strategies. The duration of the contract will be nine months from the date of signature. Tenderers must demonstrate experience in the field of the study, and demonstrate that they have sufficient resources, including linguistic, to cover the whole of the EU adequately. Tender documents may be obtained, in writing only and quoting reference XV/96/41/B, from: European Commission DG XV - Internal market and financial services Unit B/4 - Public procurement 200 rue de la Loi (C100 0/95) B-1049 Brussels Fax +32-2-2950127 Completed tenders should be sent to: European Commission, DG XV - Internal market and financial services DG XV/01 - Resources (Budget) 200 rue de la Loi (C107 6/39) B-1049 Brussels