Call for tenders' details

Title:
Media Monitoring and Media Analysis
Contracting authority:
European Chemicals Agency (ECHA)
TED publication date:
06/03/2020
Time limit for receipt of tenders:
30/04/2020
Status:
Closed
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# Question Answer Last publication date Status
29
Can you give a breakdown of the volume of clippings you expect per annum from just print media, for each[...]
No detailed breakdown per country regarding just print media can be given. The top 10 countries in 2019[...]
24/04/2020
28
We cannot monitor print clippings from Iceland but we can monitor Iceland online coverage. Is Iceland[...]
ECHA confirms that, as defined in section 3.3. of the tender specifications, monitoring of top print [...]
24/04/2020
27
Unfortunately we were only made aware of this tender late last week and we believe we will be able to[...]
The deadline for submission of tenders will not be extended.
24/04/2020
26
1.4.3. Deliverables for media monitoring analysis of print and online media, page 11: "These reports [...]
The required monthly/annual analyses are based on the coverage presented in the daily media reviews. [...]
14/04/2020
25
Reference to the answer to question 23, could you confirm that we can choose the 1 week for the media[...]
ECHA confirms (ref. Q&A 11, 20 and 23) that the tenderers are free to choose the week for which they[...]
06/04/2020
24
Following up on the clarification about the number of recipients provided to an earlier question (at [...]
We refer to section 1.4.2.2 of the Tender Specifications, it is the contractor’s responsibility – and[...]
31/03/2020
23
III. When does ECHA exactly would like to receive the “monthly media analysis” case study? On April 30[...]
We refer to Q&A 20. The case studies shall be delivered as part of the tender on 30 April at the [...]
31/03/2020
22
Please, clarify for which articles you require to receive summaries? Do we understand correctly that [...]
Yes, summaries in English are required for both print and online mainstream and specialised media sources[...]
30/03/2020
21
What is the average daily volume of (1) articles and (2) written summaries in the ECHA daily media review[...]
(1) The estimated average daily volume varies from approximately 20-25+ on normal days with no high-profile[...]
30/03/2020
20
II. When does ECHA exactly would like to receive the “five examples of a daily media review” (print and[...]
The five examples of a daily media review (case studies) must be submitted with the tender documentation[...]
30/03/2020