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Update on tenders and calls-for-proposals in EU security (18/01/2011)

CONTRACT NOTICES

1. Reinforcing operational aspects of national / governmental CERTs (Ref: 2010/S 250-382235)

ENISA requires the provision of specialised services for reinforcing national and governmental CERTs (Computer Emergency Response Teams). The services required are divided into 3 lots, as follows:

 – Lot 1: operational gaps and overlaps at European level

 – Lot 2: proactive detection of network security incidents

 – Lot 3: secure communication with the CERTs and other stakeholders

 

Budget: € 117,000 (VAT excluded) divided as follows:

 – Lot 1: € 56,000

 – Lot 2: € 45,000

 – Lot 3: € 16,000

Deadline: 1 February 2011

Tender specifications can be found here.

Additional information can be requested from: ENISA, Tel. +30 2810391280, E-mail:procurement@enisa.europa.eu, Fax +30 2810391410.

 

2. Pilot project on Frontex positioning system (Ref: 2010/S 241-367530)

The purpose of this contract is to support the design, delivery of the necessary equipment and software, demonstration of functionality and testing of the system that will track positions and movements of assets participating in Frontex joint operations.

 

Budget: € 450,000.

Deadline: 11 February 2011.

Tender specifications can be found here.

Additional information can be requested from: Frontex Procurement Department, Warsaw, Poland, E-mail:procurement@frontex.europa.eu, Tel. +48 225449500, Fax +48 225449501.

 

3. Brussels: air transport services for SESAR (Ref: 2008/S 122-163755)

The EU’s SESAR [air traffic management project] Joint Undertaking invites applications from individuals to establish a database of independent experts. They would be called upon for activities related to the organisation and coordination of SESAR’s development phase activities, research and development, monitoring, validation and for a study to be carried out on behalf of the undertaking. SESAR will establish a database of independent experts to be appointed for proposal evaluation, monitoring of technical projects and any other purposes where specific expertise might be required.

 

Applications can be submitted until 23 February 2011.

Call specifications can be found here.

Additional information can be requested from the SESAR Joint Undertaking, Tel. +32 (0) 25 07 80 00, Fax + 32 (0) 25 07 80 01, E-mail: procurement-experts@sesarju.eu.

 

4. ENISA call for expressions of interest for experts to identify emerging and future risks posed by new ICTs

ENISA, the EU’s network and information security agency, has a standing call for expressions of interest to define a roster of experts who will identify emerging and future risks posed by new information & communication technologies. The experts will work on the following:

 – technical expertise in ICT and emerging application areas;

 – information security;

 – legal expertise, including specific expertise in privacy and data protection;

 – social expertise: social implications of ICT and information security;

 – ethical issues: ethics in the deployment of ICT;

 – economic expertise: economic implications of ICT and information security.

Deadline: 30 March 2012

Additional information can be requested from ENISA: Tel + 30 28 10 39 12 80, Fax: + 30 28 10 39 14 10, E-mail: procurement@enisa.europa.eu.

 

5. Brussels: notice of call for expressions of interest concerning technical assistance in evaluating, monitoring and validating GMES projects and services

This call is to establish a reserve list of experts to help the Commission evaluate and monitor its GMES (Global Monitoring for Environment and Security) projects, as well as the products & services offered by the projects. The latter will cover: land monitoring, marine and ocean monitoring, emergency support, the atmosphere, security services and climate change.

The list of experts will be valid for three years from the date of publication of the notice. Candidates may submit applications until 11 March.

The database is valid until 11 May 2011.

The application form can be found here.

Additional information can be requested from: DG ENTR, Fax: +32 229 88 021, E-mail: ENTR-H3-GMESExperts@ec.europa.eu.

 

6. Europol call for expressions of interest: products, maintenance and services concerning security, emergency and first aid (Ref: 2010/S 62-091268)

Europol launched a call for expressions of interest for the provision of the following non-exhaustive list of products, maintenance and services:

 – explosive identification devices, training and maintenance

 – physical security devices, fixed or portable

 – emergency/evacuation plans

 – evacuation chairs for stairs and first aid boxes/backpacks and other emergency preparedness goods and services

Applications can be submitted until 18 March 2013 and will be reviewed on an ongoing basis. Additional information can be requested from: Europol, Tel. +31 703531681, Fax +31 703180808, E-mail:procurement@europol.europa.eu.

 

7. JRC: Illicit Trafficking Radiation Assessment Programme (ITRAP+10) – Call for nuclear experts in the field of nuclear security (Ref: 2010/S 59-086878)

Through this call, the EU’s Joint Research Centre (JRC) in Ispra, Italy aims to set up a reserve list of nuclear experts for its “ITRAP+10” (illicit trafficking radiation assessment programme) project to carry out an evaluation and comparison of the performance of available radiation detection equipment relevant to nuclear security. The experts will collaborate with the JRC to develop and assess test procedures for border-monitoring equipment. Tests carried out during this project will focus in the nuclear/radiological performances of border monitoring instruments (i.e. excluding the mechanical, electromagnetic, environmental tests, etc.). The services needed are divided into two areas:

 – Field 1: experts on border monitoring standards development, and/or test procedure development based on these standards;

 – Field 2: experts on testing border monitoring equipment.

Applications (to be submitted until 14 December 2013) will be reviewed on an ongoing basis. Tendering documents can be found here.

Additional information can be requested from: European Commission, JRC, Ispra, Fax +39 033.278.98.66. E-mail: JRC-IPSC-TENDERS@ec.europa.eu.

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