Benchmarking of public biotechnology policy - contract notice

August 13, 2003

Brussels, 12 Aug 2003

Description/object of the contract: The aim of the contract is to provide European policy makers with a set of tools that will assist them in their policy-making regarding biotechnology in line with the communication 'Life sciences and biotechnology - A strategy for Europe' COM(2002) . These tools should be based on a set of historical data, and end themselves to measure present and future data, to provide for indications of historical trends. The contractor will be expected to provide the historical data and facilitate the first benchmarking exercise. The successful bidder will be chosen against an assessment of cost and benefits.

Call for tenders nº 138858-2003 (ENTR/3/070)
(published in the OJ S 153 of 12.08.2003 - deadline: 26.09.2003)
B-Brussels: benchmarking of public biotechnology policy

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