Procurement - Closed procedures
The European Institute for Gender Equality (EIGE) envisages awarding a low-value contract with a professional service provider in order to carry out a study to estimate the share of (potential) parents who are eligible to parental leave in the European Union Member States.
The European Institute for Gender Equality (EIGE) envisages awarding a low-value contract for delivery, installation and setup of equipment and software for video conferencing and meetings.
The subject matter of the contract is to support the monitoring of international commitments of the EU and Member States by providing the necessary evidence on the major achievements and set-backs of gender equality when implementing objectives of the BPfA in the context of EU policy priorities and targets since Beijing +20 and to provide recommendations for further actions.
The European Institute for Gender Equality (EIGE) envisages awarding a middle-value contract for acquiring services to monitor the impact of the Agency's work.
The overall objective of the study is contribute to an improved institutional response by Member States of the European Union in combatting violence against women; by better protection of women from further victimisation, and supporting the strengthening of efforts of Member States, specifically Police, to accurately estimate and manage the risk of further victimisation, thus protecting women from
The specific objective of the tender is to contribute to a more effective and sustainable design and implementation of gender budgeting as an effective tool within the budgeting process. The tender documents are available at https://etendering.ted.europa.eu/cft/cft-display.html?cftId=3266
- Youth, digitalisation and gender equality: qualitative research — review of the implementation of Area L: the girl child of the Beijing Platform for Action
The European Institute for Gender Equality, the regulatory agency of the European Union, is planning to award a public contract referred to above.
- Ex-ante publicity notice: Gender-sensitive measures through education, for the integration of newly-arrived third country nationals
The European Institute for Gender Equality (EIGE) envisages awarding a middle-value contract to conduct a research on Gender-sensitive measures through education for the integration of newlyarrived third country nationals.
The European Institute for Gender Equality (EIGE) envisages awarding a low-value contract for fixed telephony services. All parties interested in providing the services described above should express their interest 400 words maximum, by e-mail, to email@example.com with the subject reference: EIGE/2017/ADM/06-1, before 14.08.2017 12:00 Vilnius time.
- Ex-ante publicity notice: Supporting work life balance and addressing women’s underrepresentation in the labour market: approaches and good practices in ICT sector
The European Institute for Gender Equality (EIGE) envisages awarding a middle-value contract for the identification of good practices and development of a Business case on work life balance measures in ICT sector.
- Ex-ante publicity notice for procurement procedure: "Opportunities and risks of digitalisation for young people in the area of gender equality: research and policy review and methodology"
The European Institute for Gender Equality (EIGE) envisages awarding a middle-value contract for providing a review of literature, data and policies on opportunities and risks of digitalization for young people from a gender perspective and a proposal of methodology for a qualitative research in the area.
- Ex-ante publicity notice for middle-value procurement procedure: Gender budgeting in the European Structural Funds (ESF and ERDF) - the change towards gender equality
The European Institute for Gender Equality (EIGE) envisages awarding a middle-value contract to carry out applied research to mainstream gender budgeting in the European Structural Funds. The research question is: What is the impact of the initiatives using gender budgeting and the practical consequences of using it?