e-Business Market Watch - call for tenders

September 27, 2002

Brussels, 26 Sep 2002

The European Commission has published a call for tenders for the e-Business Market Watch function (e-business watch).

The successful tenderers will continue and further develop the operation of the European 'e-Business Market Watch' function, established in late 2001 within the multiannual programme (MAP) 2001-2005.

The main objective is to improve the understanding of the impact of e-business at economic and policy levels and to assess European performance within the different sectors of the economy. This involves the periodic collection and analysis of statistical information, as well as the regular production of relevant reports, publications and events/workshops.

For further information, please contact:

European Commission
Directorate- General Enterprise
Attn: Mr G Karageorgos
Rue de la Science 15 - 1/143
B- 1049 Brussels
Tel: +32 2 296 0291
Fax: +32 2 296 9500
E-mail: Georgios.karageorgos@cec.eu.int

To see the full call text, please consult the following web address: http://ted.eur-op.eu.int/udl?REQUEST=See k-Deliver&LANGUAGE=en&DOCID=1462-2002

Remarks: The deadline for requesting tender documents is 14.10.2002. The deadline for submitting tender documents is 21.10.2002.

Before contacting the Commission, tenderers are strongly advised to consult the original call text in the Official Journal of the European Communities at the reference below.

Document Reference: OJ No S 186-1462 of 25.09.2002

CORDIS RTD-NEWS/© European Communities, 2001

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