Update 21.09.2017: Please note that On 25th September, at 14:00 hours (Geneva time, CEST), ITU and WHO will organize an information webinar to inform about the Request for Expressions of Interest (REOI) for the appointment of a Host for the “EU mHealth Hub”, a project supported by the European Commission Horizon 2020 2016-2017 Work Programme (action “Establishing EU mHealth Hub including evidence for the integration of mHealth in the healthcare systems”) and operated within the joint WHO and ITU initiative on mHealth for NCDs.
This 3rd webinar will focus on answering the questions we have received.
The link to the webinar is: https://connect.itu.int/itu-d-roomt101/
Further instructions on how to connect can be found in the document ''Remote Participation Guidelines'' available on the tab ''documents''.
Update 21.09.2017: Please note that the following documents have been published on the tab ''Documents'':
- Consolidated list of Queries and Answers.
- Annex 1: Entities obliged to comply with Criteria.
- Annex 4 ''Statement of Compliance with Pre-qualification criteria'' updated 20.09.17.
Update 01.09.2017: Please note that Amendment No. 2 to the REOI Document has been published on the tab ''Documents'' to inform all Institutions that that ITU and WHO are organizing a webinar to provide additional information about the project on Tuesday, 5th September 2017 at 14:00 hours (Geneva Time, GMT +2).
Update 31.08.2017: Please note that an Amendment to the REOI Document has been published on the tab ''Documents''.
Any requests for clarification regarding the REOI document shall be addressed in writing only by the deadline of Wednesday, 13 September 2017 at 15:00 hours (Geneva Time) to the following e-mail addresses:
ITU issues the present Request for Expression of Interest (hereinafter “REOI”) bearing the Ref. No. REOI-2017-004, with the purpose of pre-qualifying reputed and established non-commercial institutions/ organizations (hereinafter the ‘’Institutions’’) located in Europe who are interested in acting as a host for the EU mHealth Hub (‘’the Hub’’) as part of a Horizon 2020 funded project.