Framework service contract supporting the global land component of the GIO land service.
The European earth monitoring programme 'Global monitoring for environment and security' (GMES) hasentered its initial operational phase following adoption of the GMES initial operations programme 2011–2013.The global land component is earmarked as a component of the land service, one of the 2 GMES servicesidentified for operational implementation.
The purpose of this contract is to set up and operate the global land component GIO-GL.
It is organised in 2 lots:
lot 1: operation of the global land component
lot 2: product and service independent evaluation.
The primary users of this service are defined in the GMES 2012 annual work programme.
Business sector (CPV)
- 73210000: Research consultancy services
- 73110000: Research services
Prior information notice
2012/S 088-143623 dated 8 May 2012
2012/S 129-213277 dated 7 July 2012
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