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Netherlands-The Hague: Daily Media Monitoring and Analysis Services for the Netherlands
Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
Daily Media Monitoring and Analysis Services for the Netherlands
The purpose is to provide a timely, up-to-date compendium of daily information, in the form of press reviews,about the way in which topics of relevance to the European Parliament and the European Union are reported in the media. The European Parliament's Directorate-General for Communication is seeking to ensure it has the best possible knowledge of the media coverage across the EU on topics related to the European Union, the European Parliament and the activities of its President and MEPs. Media analysis will ultimately help the EP to better communicate EU policies to EU citizens and specific target audiences. In order to achieve this, the EP relies partly on external expertise and assistance.
The services will be delivered by the external team via the global media monitoring and analysis platform of the European Parliament (hereafter EPMM) directly to the recipients.
The European Parliament launches this procedure aiming to award a 1 year framework contract for daily monitoring of written press (national/regional), audiovisual media (radio, TV) and the main online (Internet) media.
Maximum 3 times, following the conditions laid down in the draft contract.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
See tender documents.
Following the conditions laid down in the draft contract.
Section IV: Procedure
House of Europe, Korte Vijverberg 5/6, 2513 AB The Hague.
Tenderers wishing to attend the opening of the tenders are asked to notify the department responsible for managing this procurement procedure, no later than two working days before the tender opening date, by email email@example.com
Only 2 representative(s) may attend. Tenderers failing to give notification will automatically be refused access to the opening.
Section VI: Complementary information