Call for tenders' details

Title:
Framework Contract Supporting Measures to Enhance Cooperation between Public Emp...
Contracting authority:
European Commission, DG Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion (EMPL)
TED publication date:
06/07/2022
Time limit for receipt of tenders:
15/09/2022
Status:
Open
Information
EMPL/2022/OP/0010
Framework Contract Supporting Measures to Enhance Cooperation between Public Employment Services (PES)
Framework contract supporting measures to enhance cooperation between Public Employment Services (PES):Lot 1: quantitative and qualitative PES benchmarking;Lot 2: mutual learning, mutual assistance and supporting services.
Services
Open procedure
Open
Checked
All lots
2
Framework agreement
10600000.00 EUR
79411000
Conditions for participation
Please consult the procurement documents available at the address indicated in Section I.3).
Selection criteria as stated in the procurement documents
Selection criteria as stated in the procurement documents
Selection criteria as stated in the procurement documents
Selection criteria as stated in the procurement documents
Milestones
06/07/2022 00:00
15/09/2022 12:00
16/09/2022 10:30
Lots
Lot number Title Description
Lot 1
VT/2022/001 - PES Network
Public employment services (PES) are the main agencies carrying out employment policies directly accountable to governments. They are set up to facilitate the labour market integration of jobseekers and the payment of unemployment and/or welfare benefits. Although structured differently in each country, all PES help match supply and demand in the labour market through information, placement and active support services at local, national and European levels. PES are also the main actors implementing activation policies in the Member States, and they play an important role in facilitating successful labour market transitions and integration. The quality of their services has direct consequences for the impact of employment policies on the ground. All of the above make PES key actors in fighting unemployment in Europe. The objective of the call for tender is implementation of Union-wide, evidence-based benchlearning among PES to compare, the performance of their activities in the areas of PES responsibility, This activity will be complemented by technical support to provision of mutual assistance, either in the form of peer-to-peer or group activities, through cooperation, exchanges of information, experiences and staff between the members of the PES Network, thus contributing to the modernisation and strengthening of PES in key areas, in view of the Union’s employment and social policies.
Lot 2
VT/2022/001 - Mutual Learning
Public employment services (PES) are the main agencies carrying out employment policies directly accountable to governments. They are set up to facilitate the labour market integration of jobseekers and the payment of unemployment and/or welfare benefits. Although structured differently in each country, all PES help match supply and demand in the labour market through information, placement and active support services at local, national and European levels. PES are also the main actors implementing activation policies in the Member States, and they play an important role in facilitating successful labour market transitions and integration. The quality of their services has direct consequences for the impact of employment policies on the ground. All of the above make PES key actors in fighting unemployment in Europe. The objective of the call for tender is implementation of Union-wide, evidence-based benchlearning among PES to compare, the performance of their activities in the areas of PES responsibility, This activity will be complemented by technical support to provision of mutual assistance, either in the form of peer-to-peer or group activities, through cooperation, exchanges of information, experiences and staff between the members of the PES Network, thus contributing to the modernisation and strengthening of PES in key areas, in view of the Union’s employment and social policies.
Notices
Reference Notice type Publication date
2022/S 128-363206
Contract notice
06/07/2022 00:00