Procurement - Closed procedures
The subject of the Contract is the production of a database that provides access to gender statistics data and metadata as a centralised source of information for users to obtain statistics data and metadata according to different search criteria within the perspective of EU policy areas on gender equality and identified key words. Questions and answers Questions & Answers 1- 10 Sep 2013
The subject of this contract is the animation of 9 online discussions within EuroGender. Questions and Answers Questions and Answers 1 - 07 Aug 2013 Important At the request of the tenderer, EIGE may provide additional information solely for the purpose of clarifying the nature of the contract. Any additional information including that referred to above will be published on this website.
This ex-ante publicity is the first stage of the negotiated procurement procedure through which EIGE may award the above-mentioned contract.
The scope of this contract is to collect gender equality grey literature from English, French and German speaking EU Member States with a particular focus on policy documents, covering a time span from 1995 to 2013. The closing date is extended to 31 May 2013 Questions and answers Questions & Answers 1 - 03 May 2013 Questions & Answers 2 - 15 May 2013
The study to be carried out under this contract shall focus on part-time employment, full time equivalent employment rate, different types of contracts, self-employment and female entrepreneurship in the EU Member States and Croatia. Following the objective F1 of the critical area F of the BPfA, the aforementioned areas will be addressed from the perspective of women’s economic independence.
- EIGE’s RDC: Electronic data management system – extension of hub for existing digital resources with additional partners
The subject of the Contract is to expand the hub of gender equality resources, hosted by EIGE in its Resource & Documentation Centre (RDC). Questions and answers Questions & Answers 1 - 28 Feb 2013 Questions & Answers 2- 22 Mar 2013 Important