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Consultancy and Assistance to Communication Activities for the Information Centre of the EC Representation in Bulgaria


Sofia, Bulgaria, 21 August 2019

Description

The general objective of the centre is to provide quality information services about the European Union (EU) for the general public, policy makers and the media: to inform European citizens about the EU, the European institutions and policies, and, in particular, about the rights of EU citizens and the EU’s priorities.

Contracting authority is seeking a qualified and experienced contractor to provide information and assistance services for the EU information centre.

SUBJECT OF THE CONTRACT

The subject matter of the contract is the provision of services for the EC Representation. The EC Representation, as the Contracting Authority, is seeking a qualified and experienced contractor that must provide information and assistance services for the EU information centre, mostly at its premises, in Sofia.

The main services requested from the contractor:

  • Information service (e.g. receiving random visitors, visiting groups, schools and different stakeholders; answering citizens’ questions and requests in person, by telephone or e-mail; assisting in finding information on-line; offering and distributing EU publications);

  • Organisational and logistic support to inter-institutional relations, consultancy and support services (e.g. establishing direct contacts with stakeholders, maintenance and update of stakeholders´ databases; assistance in monitoring and reporting on actual political, economic and social developments in Bulgaria; policy analysis, creating and delivering interactive presentations);

  • Technical assistance to the EC Representation's communication activities.

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