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The European Centre for Electoral Support (ECES) intends to award a supply contract for 150 tablets to support the House of Representatives of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan with financial assistance from the Programme of the European Union to Enhanced Support to Democratic Governance in Jordan – ENI/2017/385-539. This tender procedure is launched under a suspensive clause. The tender dossier is available at:

PMU for the Enhanced Support to Democratic Governance in Jordan

3rd Floor – Al-Hijaz Towers, Makkah Street, office 305

P.O. Box 435, Amman, Jordan

and will also be published on the ECES website:

An information session will be held on the 10th of August 2017 at 11:30 at the above referred address.

The deadline for submission of tenders is the 22nd of August 2017 at 14:30.

Possible additional information or clarifications/questions shall be published on the ECES website:

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