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Greece-Athens: Media monitoring and analysis services in Greece
Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
Media monitoring and analysis services in Greece.
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 (DG 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.
Regular media monitoring:
— print press and online sources (summaries in the English language and clippings),
— audiovisual sources (summaries in the English language),
— monthly quantitative media analysis,
— monthly qualitative media analysis.
— assistance (expertise, consultancy services, and recommendations (without any travel associated)).
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 (including the President of the institution and its Members — particularly those elected in the Member State concerned) and the European Union are reported in the media. The service will be delivered by the external project team via the global media monitoring and analysis platform of the European Parliament.
Conditions for renewals are described in the tender documents.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Section IV: Procedure
European Parliament, Information Office in Greece, Amalias Ave. 8, 105 57 Athens, GREECE.
Tenderers wishing to attend the opening are asked to send e-mail, not later than 2 working days before the tender opening date, to e-mail EPathens@ep.europa.eu
Only 2 representative(s) may attend. Tenderers failing to give notification will automatically be refused access to the opening. The names of the persons attending the opening of the tenders must be given in the notification.
Section VI: Complementary information