Q: Where will the “posts” be hosted? In a EU web page or in a web-page that must be designed and hosted by tender? If the web page must to be designed by tender who will register de domain? Will there be a hosting assigned were to build the web page? A: Social media posts will be created for the European Commission to publish them on its own social media channels such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. No website is to be designed and hosted by the contractor, and no special domain for it is foreseen. Q: The “posts” will have to be similar (regarding extension) to those of the campaign in EUInvest? A:The contractor will, to the extent possible, use the look and feel of the #InvestEU campaign. The tenderer shall propose in the offer an appropriate frequency for the posts to appear on each social media channel, and clearly specify how many posts it intends to produce in total, as well as for each social network covered. The ideas presented by the tenderer in its offer concerning the material to be produced for the campaign will be discussed at a kick-off meeting. Q: At the beginning of page 8. It says “Work Package 2. Dissemination and communication campaign on socially responsible public procurement for three different targe audiences, but then it only refers to “Primary target audience” and “Secondary target audience”. Which one is the Third? A: There are two target audiences as indicated throughout the tender specifications in reference to main project audiences. The subtitle 184.108.40.206. on page 8 referring to “three different target audiences” is a typographical error and should be considered as “two different target audiences”.