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Update on tenders and calls-for-proposals in EU security (19/06/2017)

1. Chartering aircraft and related services for return operations
The provision for Frontex of chartered aircraft, properly manned, maintained, equipped, fuelled and fully insured, in order to carry out return flights.

The estimated value of this contract is EUR 20 000 000
Deadline: 17 July 2017
Contact: Frontex — European Border and Coast Guard Agency
Email: procurement@frontex.europa.eu
Call documentation and application forms can be found here

2. Classified information and communication systems for the GSA
The subject matter of the procurement is the design, procurement, deployment, and maintenance of several networks supporting IT applications processing information classified up to “SECRET UE/EU SECRET”, according to the requirements described in the tender specifications.

The estimated value excluding VAT is EUR 10 000 000
Deadline: 20 July 2017
Contact: The European GNSS Agency
Email: tenders@gsa.europa.eu
Call documentation and application forms can be found here

3. Affordable electro-optical sensor cluster/assembly unit(LRU) for vision and awareness-enabling enhanced vision, sense and avoid
Specific challenge: the development – up to TRL5 – of an affordable multi-channel sensor cluster assembly (LRU) with image algorithms providing a video stream covering visual to long-wave IR bands and based on non-export restricted technology. Refer to the full and formal topic descriptions published in this call.

The estimated value of this contract is not specified
Deadline: 21 June 2017
Contact: CLEAN SKY 2
Email: Info-Call-CFP-2017-01@Cleansky.EU
Call documentation and application forms can be found here

4. European migration network service provider
The purpose of the contract concluded following this call for tender is to appoint a service provider who shall assist the Commission in the organisation of the work of the European migration network (EMN).

The objective of the EMN is to meet the information needs of EU institutions and of Member States’ authorities and institutions on migration and asylum, by providing up-to-date, objective, reliable and comparable information on migration and asylum, with a view to supporting policymaking in the European Union in these areas. The EMN does this via a multilevel network coordinated by the European Commission, with the support of a Service Provider, in co-operation with EMN National Contact Points (EMN NCPs) established in each Member State plus Norway, who in turn develop national networks comprising of a wide range of relevant stakeholders. More recently and in view of its accession to the EU, Croatia participates as an observer. The EMN also networks at EU level via collaborations with other relevant EU/international bodies. Political guidance on the activities of the EMN is provided by a Steering Board, chaired by the European Commission and consisting of one representative from each participating Member State plus Observers from Denmark, Norway and the European Parliament.

The Service Provider shall be an entity independent of an EMN NCP(s), and must provide full and effective support to the EMN, having and maintaining a professional and effective co-operation and collaboration with all members of the EMN in order to produce high quality outputs and other information of relevance to supporting policymakers.

The estimated budget for this contract is EUR 3 200 000
Deadline: 29 June 2017
Contact: Directorate-General for Migration and Home Affairs (DG HOME)
Email: HOME-E1-Procurement@ec.europa.eu
Call documentation and application forms can be found here

5. Development and delivery of European border and coast guard courses
The objective of the call is to support the development and implementation of courses for European border and coast guards. Individual entities or groups of entities can develop and implement courses in accordance with the European standards in vocational and higher education and in line with the Sectoral Qualifications Framework for Border Guarding, to respond to the current challenges and training needs of the European Border and Coast Guard community. Frontex experts will monitor and support the processes of development, review and/or delivery of courses.

The estimated budget for this contract EUR 600 000
Maximum EUR 60 000 per project
Deadline: 11 August 2017
Contact: European Border and Coast Guard Agency (Frontex)
Email: grants.TRU@frontex.europa.eu
Call documentation and application forms can be found here

6. Provision of transport and other logistic support services in the European Union and in third countries in the framework of civil protection, humanitarian aid and other European Union operations
The overall aim of the present framework contract is to provide the European Union with:

— a real time information and consultancy service concerning availability and cost of transport assets and other logistic support services for civil protection operations inside and/or outside the participating States and humanitarian aid or other operations outside the European Union,
— the provisioning of transport and other logistic support services in emergency and non-emergency situations.

In this context, the contractor shall have the capability to manage the entire transport chain and logistics functions from the point of origin/warehouse to the point of destination/warehouse, including all elements of the modes of transport necessary up to and including the delivery to the pre-defined final destination services to insure and deploy the assistance (means and teams) for civil protection, humanitarian aid and other European Union operations. This will include all necessary equipment, facilities, qualified personnel, expertise and other means necessary to perform the transport, freight forwarding and related services in accordance with the best commercial practice.

The estimated value excluding VAT is EUR 20 000 000
Deadline: 26 August 2017
Contact: European Commission, Directorate-General for Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection — ECHO
Email: echo-civil-protection-tenders@ec.europa.eu
Call documentation and application forms can be found here

7. Call for expressions of interest for the establishment of a list of individual external experts to assist CEPOL in the framework of the Counter Terrorism Partnership Project
The objective of this call for expressions of interest is to set up a list of prospective individual external experts to provide expert advice to CEPOL on the specific area of counterterrorism.

CEPOL may need external assistance in the following thematic areas:

— airport counterterrorism security operations,
— information and intelligence analysis methods and instruments,
— human rights-compliant interview techniques,
— anti-money laundering and terrorism financing,
— anti-radicalisation and community outreach, including cooperation with civil society,
— countering extremism on the Internet and social media,
— foreign terrorist fighters,
— hostage negotiations,
— judicial investigations, including converting intelligence into viable evidence for court use,
— CBRNE materials and techniques (chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and explosives),
— protection of vulnerable persons (smuggled migrants, victims of trafficking, refugees),
— links between terrorism and organised crime,
— trafficking in cultural heritage,
— cybercrime and cybersecurity,
— secure communications,
— SIMS (special investigative means) and undercover operations,
— tactical operations (special forces),
— learning and training methodologies for law enforcement, including training of trainers.

The estimated value excluding VAT is EUR 500 per working day
Deadline: 26 February 2018
Contact: European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training (CEPOL)
Email: tenders@cepol.europa.eu
Call documentation and application forms can be found here

8. Call for expression of interest to establish an EASO list of external experts
The European Asylum Support Office is looking to establish an EASO list of external experts.

The estimated value of this contract is not specified
Deadline: 23 November 2019
Contact: European Asylum Support Office (EASO),
Email: contracts@easo.europa.eu
Call documentation and application forms can be found here

9. Call for Expressions of Interest – List of NIS Experts
ENISA seeks to establish a reserve list of subject matter experts, from which collaborators may be selected to assist the Agency in carrying out the work activities foreseen in the yearly Work Programme and particularly in the following fields:

  1. Technical expertise in ICTs and emerging application areas
  2. ICT Security Standardisation and certification
  3. Technical expertise in Critical Information Infrastructure Protection (CIIP) and CSIRTs Cooperation
  4. Legal expertise in NIS
  5. NIS aspects of cybercrime

The estimated value of this contract is not specified
Deadline: 8 September 2020
Contact: European Union Agency for Network and Information Security
Email: procurement@enisa.europa.eu
Call documentation and application forms can be found here

10. Call for Expressions of Interest for creation of external experts database to be established by the European Agency for the Management of Operational Cooperation at the External Borders of the Member States of the European Union
The Frontex agency is looking to establish a list of external experts.

The estimated value of this contract is not specified
Deadline: 30 September 2020
Contact: Frontex
Email: procurement@frontex.europa.eu
Call documentation and application forms can be found here

11. Call for expressions of interest for the establishment of a list of individual external experts to assist CEPOL in the framework of the EU–MENA Counter Terrorism Partnership Project
The objective of this call for expressions of interest is to set up a list of prospective individual external experts to provide expert advice to CEPOL on the specific area of counterterrorism.

The list resulting from this notice will be used exclusively for the following tasks:

  • to provide expert advice to the project team on specific items such as the identification of training needs and content advice on specific sub-sectors,
  • to provide expert lectures in the context of seminars, conferences and the like.

The selected experts shall assist CEPOL in the performance of the relevant tasks mentioned above and shall conduct their work in compliance with CEPOL processes and procedures taking into account the Agency’s objectives as well as the specific project requirements, as well as any relevant CEPOL guide and/or manual.

The estimated value of this contract is EUR 500 / day worked
Deadline: not specified
Contact: European Police College (CEPOL)
Email: tenders@cepol.europa.eu
Call documentation and application forms can be found here

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