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Belgium-Brussels: Study on eGovernment Benchmark 2020 — Smart 2019/0021
Notice for changes or additional information
(Supplement to the Official Journal of the European Union, 2019/S 062-142859)
Section I: Contracting authority/entity
Main address: http://ec.europa.eu/dgs/connect/index_en.htm
Address of the buyer profile: https://ec.europa.eu/digital-agenda/en/newsroom/call-for-tenders
Section II: Object
Study on eGovernment Benchmark 2020 — Smart 2019/0021
The main objective is to obtain a quantitative overview of the status of modernisation of the public sector in a set of Relevant Countries and disseminate such overview to interested stakeholders and to the public in general.
Given the context laid out above, this study will support monitoring innovation in the public sector, namely by executing the collection of data for 2019 eGovernment Benchmark, and analysing the state of play of eGovernment provision across EU countries. The latest eGovernment benchmark with all the related material is available online.
The set of Relevant Countries consists of 36 countries: the 28 European Union Member States, as well as Albania, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Iceland, Montenegro, Norway, the Republic of Serbia, Switzerland, and Turkey (referred to as the EU28+).
Section VI: Complementary information
Section VII: Changes
The contract is renewed automatically up to 2 times for 12 months each.
The total price quoted in the financial offer cannot exceed 400 000 EUR (four hundred thousand euros). Tenders with a higher total price will be rejected.
The total price including the renewals cannot exceed 1 200 000 EUR (one million and two hundred thousand euros).