Open calls for tenders

The European Environment Agency (EEA) is part of an eTendering platform for managing calls for tender, which consists of the publication of procurement documents and the management of questions and answers concerning the specifications and the procedure.

A list of ongoing calls for tender is provided below. Please follow the relevant links to gain access to all procurement documents. The documents will be visible and downloadable, but in order to use some options on the eTendering website, users will need to register and log in. Once logged in, users have the option to "subscribe" to a call for tender which will mean they receive notifications for events like the publication of new documents. Moreover, this will allow users to ask questions related to the call for tender.

It is the tenderer’s responsibility to check for updates and modifications to the tendering documentation during the tendering period. These changes will be made available in https://etendering.ted.europa.eu.

For procedures for which offers should be submitted electronically, economic operators are invited to consult the e-Submission -- A Quick Guide for economic operators. In case of technical issues with electronic submission of offers, economic operators should contact the e-Submission Support team, by email DIGIT-EPROCUREMENT-SUPPORT@ec.europa.eu or by phone 0032 (0) 229 71063, from 08:00 until 18:00 CET.

 

Ongoing calls for tender 

EEA/DIS/R0/20/002 - Services supporting the European Environment Agency’s (EEA) cross-cutting coordination of the Copernicus programme’s in situ data activities – Geospatial data

Call For Tender Published 17 Jan 2020
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The overarching purpose of this open call for tenders is to assist the EEA’s cross-cutting coordination of Copernicus in situ data activities. The EEA is requesting the services of one contractor within the domain of geospatial data comprising the relevant thematic themes as defined in the INSPIRE directive.

EEA/DIS/R0/20/001 - Services supporting the European Environment Agency’s (EEA) cross-cutting coordination of the Copernicus programme’s in situ data activities – Observational data.

Call For Tender Published 17 Jan 2020
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The overarching purpose of this call for tenders is to assist the EEA’s cross-cutting coordination of Copernicus’ in situ data activities. The EEA is requesting the services of one contractor focussing on observational data within the domains of meteorology, oceanography, atmospheric chemistry and air quality, and climate.
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