Tender: service contract for good practice services

September 21, 2006

Brussels, 20 Sep 2006

The European Commission's Directorate General for Information Society has launched a call for tenders to provide a service for the promotion of good practice services. The objective of this tender is to provide a service contract for:
1. The implementation and promotion of good practice exchange services through an online portal as well as facilitating offline sharing and encounters (lot 1).
2. The European Awards for Innovation in ICT-enabled services of public interest shall be contributors in identifying and giving recognition and visibility to outstanding good practices in Europe (lot 2).

For further information, please contact:

European Commission
INFSO DG, Unit H2: eGovernment
Attn: Ms Amal Grich
BU31 07/030
B-1049 Brussels
Belgium
Tel. +32 2 299 87 63.
Fax +32 2 296 41 14
E-mail: Contact
URL: http://ec.europa.eu/egovernment_research

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