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Governance of EU skills anticipation and matching systems: in-depth country reviews


The purpose of this contract is to support Cedefop in carrying out in-depth reviews of the governance process of skills anticipation and matching activities within a selected group of EU+ countries (i.e. EU28, Norway and Iceland). The contractor will work together with Cedefop to develop and apply an iterative and evolutionary methodology, involving an analytical framework for reviewing skills governance infrastructure and processes within a country, raw and secondary data collection and analysis. The aim of the contract is to inform Cedefop’s know-how of country-specific challenges, bottlenecks and policy solutions that can strengthen the skills matching and anticipation processes within EU+ countries.

If requested by individual EU+ countries, the contractor will also assist Cedefop in undertaking supportive country reviews in collaboration with national authorities. The aim of such formal reviews in a country is the identification of specific challenges and provision of informed policy directions to national stakeholders that may enable their commitment to actions that can further strengthen their skills governance processes.  

This call has been published in the Supplement to the Official Journal of the European Union 2016/S088-154565 of 06/05/16.

Deadline for submitting tenders: 17/06/2016 (17h00 for hand-delivered tenders).

Requests for additional information/clarification should be received by 07/06/2016 .

The answers to such requests, if any, will be published under this banner, therefore please visit Cedefop's website frequently for updates.

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Tender Dossier Skills Governance

EN1.66 Mo

Clarification 1

EN138.04 Ko

Clarification 2

EN146.99 Ko

Contract Award Notice

EN100.74 Ko

Call details


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