Call for tenders to design and implement GNSS knowledge management facility (link)

October 31, 2006

Brussels, 30 October 2006

GNSS Knowledge Management Facility

Time limit for receipt of tenders: 04/12/2006

Contract notice: OJ S 207-219954

Tenders specifications

Invitation to tender No GSA/OP/03/06 letter

Short description of the contract or purchase(s):

The contract is for the design and implementation of the facility which will be managed, operated and maintained by GSA. The contract includes the execution of the following tasks: analysis of user's needs and detailed definition of the system requirements, the architectural design, selection of hardware and software tools and the implementation of the system, and the population of the facility and the creation of links between the data records, the training of users and training of maintenance staff.

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