Nábytek pro novou budovu agentury eu-LISA ve Štrasburku, za €2.5m

Zakázka: Rámcová smlouva na dodávky týkající se dodání nábytku pro novou budovu v provozním středisku eu-LISA ve Štrasburku, Francie

Zadavatel: Evropská agentura pro provozní řízení rozsáhlých informačních systémů v prostoru svobody, bezpečnosti a práva (eu-LISA), Tallinn – Estonsko

Rámcová smlouva na 4 roky

Orientační budget €2.500.000

Zakázka není rozdělena na části/loty.

Contract will include, but is not limited to, the following: – Furniture for the work spaces: desks, storage, office accessories, management office furnishings, pigeon-holes, office chairs, visitor chairs; – Furniture for meeting spaces: meeting room and video-conferencing tables, team working space tables, team working space chairs, meeting room chairs, modular and reception rooms, boxes; – Furniture for common relaxation areas and cafeteria area; – Decoration (plants and plant wall); – Lockers.

Základní/minimální požadavky:

  1. The candidate must have an overall annual turnover of at least 1,000,000.00 EUR (one million Euro) in each of the past three/two years for which the accounts have been closed.
  2. The candidate must have a valid professional risk indemnity insurance.
  3. The candidate must have relevant proven experience in the supply of office furniture contracts for at least 2 different customers during the last 3 years. These contracts must be relevant (executed in the field of the supply of office furniture) and of minimum 500,000.00 EUR (five hundred thousand Euro) as total value of supplies for each customer.

Deadline 18/10

“Brussels” needs study to analyse the issues posed by algorithm-driven media services

Tender: Media literacy and online empowerment issues raised by algorithm-driven media services (study)

Contracting Authority: European Commission, DG Communications Networks, Content and Technology (CNECT)

Description: This multi-disciplinary study will be a first step for EU media policy to analyse the underlying issues posed by algorithm-driven media services and explore the problem area in a structured way for the benefit of policy makers and stakeholders.

The extent to which citizens are aware of the impacts of algorithms on their content choices and of the limits to the validity of some information received through social media are both important considerations, given that democratic theory assumes citizens are well-informed and trust the information they receive. However, political concerns are running high over fake news and echo chambers.

The study should analyse the issues posed by algorithm-driven media services and explore problem area in a holistic and cross-disciplinary way, taking into account media literacy, behavioural science and other relevant areas of expertise. It should pinpoint gaps in understanding and research. It should identify and recommend best practices, notably from a media literacy perspective; include a substantial stakeholder involvement as well as a fundamental rights perspective including freedom of expression and media freedom and pluralism.

Deadline 16/10