ICT PSP Calls
Call 6 is now closed
The 6th Call for Proposals was open from 3 February until 15 May 2012. Details on Call 6 are available here.
Call for independent experts 2007/2013
Call for expression of interest addressed to individuals for the establishment of a database of prospective independent experts to assist the Commission's services for tasks in connection with the ICT Policy Support Programme of CIP.
Call for tenders: implementation of European Commission Open Data Portal - SMART 2011/0050
Deadline: 19 September 2011
The purpose of this tender is the purchase of services:
- to develop and administer a web portal to act as single point of access to data sets produced and held by European Commission services (and by extension to data sets produced and held by other European Institutions/bodies and other public bodies);
- to assist the Commission with the definition and implementation of a data set publication process;
- to assist the Commission with the preparation of data sets for publication via the portal;
- to assist the Commission in supporting for engaging the stakeholders' community interested in re-using the published data sets.
Call for Proposals 2011
Call 5 is now closed. Click here for more information.
Call for Proposals 2010
Call 4 is now closed. Click here for more information.
Call for Proposals 2009
Call 3bis is now closed. Click here for more information.
Call for Proposals 2009
Call 3 is now closed. Click here for more information.
Call for Proposals 2008
Call 2 is now closed. Click here for more information.
- Call for Proposals 2007
Call for Tender
supply of services for "multi-channel delivery strategies and sustainable business models for public services addressing socially disadvantaged groups"
Publication date : 11 August 2007 (2007/S 154-191084)
Closing date: 1 October 2007 at 16h00 (Brussels local time)
The subject of the contract is to provide a thorough analysis and proper assessment of the current state of the art of main actions at Member States level related to the Inclusive eGovernment area, including guideline principles and practice. In addition, the study will identify, define and reach consensus on a multi-channel service delivery strategy that would support more effective and efficient delivery of public services to socially disadvantaged groups. Finally, on the above basis, the study will produce a possible range of sustainable business models that would support a more effective and efficient delivery of public services to those citizens at risk of being left behind by the information society.
Call Text / Invitation to Tender / 32A Model Contract Service / Tender Specifications
Economic Impact of Interoperable EHRs and ePrescription in Europe
The objectives of this study are to contribute to those activities that deal with the collection, analysis and eventual dissemination of best practices in the domain of eHealth. This study will more specifically focus on economic aspects of Electronic Health Records (EHR) and ePrescription solutions. Click here for more information.