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Italy-Ispra: Framework Service Contract for Operating the CEMS ‘Hydrological Forecast Centre-Analytics and Dissemination’ in Support to the Copernicus Emergency Management Service(CEMS)/Early Warning Systems (EWS)
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(Supplement to the Official Journal of the European Union, 2020/S 245-606029)
Section I: Contracting authority/entity
Section II: Object
Framework Service Contract for Operating the CEMS ‘Hydrological Forecast Centre-Analytics and Dissemination’ in Support to the Copernicus Emergency Management Service(CEMS)/Early Warning Systems (EWS)
The role of DISS is to:
(i) summarize and disseminate on a daily basis the hydrological situation in Europe and globally with regard to ongoing and forecasted flood events;
(ii) manage the European and Global Flood Awareness System (EFAS and GloFAS) partner and user networks and provide user support via the organisation of EFAS and GloFAS end-user meetings and training;
(iii) test and provide feedback on new developments of EFAS and GloFAS; and
(iv) host the communication platform for the CEMS flood early warning and monitoring service providers and the JRC, so that information can be exchanged easily.
Section VI: Complementary information
Section VII: Changes
(i) analyse once a day for GloFAS and twice a day for EFAS the flood forecasts for the entire modelling domain;
(ii) inform the ERCC and national hyrdrological services which are part of the EFAS partner network in case of high probability of flooding in the river basin under their authority; and
(iii) to summarise daily the ongoing and forecasted hydrological situation for the ERCC and GDACS. Furthermore, the Flood dissemination centre;
(iv) manages the partner network;
(v) organises an annual user meeting (for EFAS and GloFAS);
(vi) organises and leads regularly user training sessions; and
(vii) supports the ‘Hydrological Forecast Centre — Computation’ with the testing of new developments.