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Greece-Thessaloniki: Impact of Artificial Intelligence (AI) On In-work Learning of EU Enterprises
Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
Impact of Artificial Intelligence (AI) On In-work Learning of EU Enterprises
The aim of this contract is to improve understanding of the (causal) impact of advancing digital technologies, with specific focus on artificial intelligence (AI), on changing skill needs and the implications for in-work learning within EU enterprises. This will be accomplished by means of gathering information via extensive case studies of EU enterprises, in particular at least 30 case studies in 5 EU countries.
The case studies involve in-depth qualitative interviews with management, workforce and employee representatives, observational field analysis and in-company surveys. The research should enable deep and fundamental understanding of the within-firm organisational and workplace dynamics spurred by the adoption (or not) of cutting-edge AI technologies, as moderators of in-work learning. The information derived from this study should inform Cedefop’s know-how on digitalisation and the future of work and the design of suitable digital, VET and skills policies for the EU.
Cedefop shall be in a low period activity from 2 August 2021 until 20 August 2021 and shall be closed on 15 August 2021.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
For more information please refer to the procurement documents.
Section IV: Procedure
Cedefop's premises in Thessaloniki, Greece. The 'local time' mentioned above shall be understood as Greek local time (UTC+3 at the date of the opening).
Due to Covid-19 outbreak, the public opening of tenders will take place virtually. For more information please see point 3.2 of the 'Invitation to Tender'.
Section VI: Complementary information
1) In case of unavailability or disruptions in the functioning of the electronic means of communication provided in section I.3) in the last 5 calendar days before the time limit for receipt indicated in section IV.2.2), the contracting authority reserves the right to extend this time limit and publish the extension at the internet address provided in section I.3), without a preceding publication of a corrigendum to this notice. Economic operators interested in this procurement are invited to subscribe to the call for tenders at the address in section I.3) in order to get notified when new information or documents are published.
2) In point IV.2.2) 'Time limit for receipt of tenders', local time must be understood as Greek local time (UTC+3).
Within 2 months of the notification to the plaintiff, or, in absence thereof, of the day on which it came to the knowledge. A complaint to the European Ombudsman does not have as an effect either to suspend this period or to open a new period for lodging appeals.