Bulgaria's Education Ministry calls EU-funded tender for IT services

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Bulgaria's Education Ministry said on Wednesday that it opened a BGN 26.7 million (EUR 13.6 million) tender for the delivery and implementation of a unified electronic platform for educational services and content, according to a report by Seenews.

The tender benefits from EU financing under operational program Science and Education for Smart Growth 2014-2020, the ministry said in a tender notice.

Candidates have until December 20 to submit their bids in the tender. Quality criteria will carry 60% weight in the overall ranking of the offers. 

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