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Ex-post evaluation of the Programme of Community Action in the field of consumer policy for the period 2004-2007, Mid-term evaluation of the Consumer Policy Strategy 2007-2013 and Mid-term evaluation of the 2007-2013 Programme of Community Action

Three evaluations will take place in 2010, which will feed into the development of DG SANCO's work. The first will be an ex-post evaluation, which will assess the Programme of Community Action in the field of consumer policy for the period 2004-2007, the second will consist of a Mid-term evaluation of the Consumer Policy Strategy 2007-2013 and the third will be a Mid-term evaluation of the 2007-2013 Programme of Community Action.

The chosen contractors will keep in mind and make clearly apparent in its work the interrelation between the ex-post evaluation of the Programme of Community Action 2004-2007, the mid-term evaluation of the Consumer Policy Strategy 2007-2013, and of the Programme of Community Action 2007-2013. The three evaluations in question should be consistent with the European Commission's policy on evaluation1.

Below the contractor will find the references, useful links and annexes concerning the three evaluations.

Evaluation Annexes

Annexes for the Ex-post evaluation of the Programme of Community Action in the field of consumer policy for the period 2004-2007

Annexes for the Mid-term evaluation of the Consumer Policy Strategy 2007-2013 and Mid-term evaluation of the 2007-2013 Programme of Community Action

In addition to the Consumer Programme 2007 - 2013, the Budgetary Authority (European Parliament and Council of Ministers) allocated 1 million euro in the 2008 and 2 million euro in the 2009 Community budget for a pilot project concerning monitoring measures in the field of Consumer policy:

 
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