EIOPA adopted by analogy the Title VII “Procurement and Consessions” of the Financial Regulation applicable to the general budget of the Union and its Annex 1 - Regulation (EU,Euratom) 2018/1046 of the European Parliament and the Council of 18 July 2018.
Questions about EIOPA procurement procedures can be addressed to: procurementeiopa [dot] europa [dot] eu (procurement[at]eiopa[dot]europa[dot]eu).
We recommend economic operators interested in EIOPA’s procurement procedures to read EIOPA's procurement guide on working with us, TED e-Tendering platform guide for prospective tenderers (available in English and German) and our data protection rules.
To better understand the terms and conditions applied to contracts in a particular market, EIOPA invites all interested parties to take part of its market research and consultation. If you wish to present your company, please send us your presentation with duly filled in questionnaire to the below indicated e-mail address. Please note that EIOPA will only consider presentations related to the subjects below.
To understand better the market EIOPA may organise meetings with interested parties.
This phase is for consultation purposes only and does not constitute a part of or substitute for any procurement procedure. You will find more information about our procedures in the sections.
Please note that EIOPA will treat any information strictly confidential and will not share it externally.
Currently there is no market research running.
Currently planned open procedures
During 2024 the Agency plans to run the following open procedures:
Provision of real estate market consultancy services
Legal advice on supervisory matters and litigations
Currently running open procedures
EIOPA does not send out hard copies of tender documentation. All necessary documentation is supplied electronically via the links below. If you experience any problems, email us indicating the reference number and title of the tender you are interested in: procurementeiopa [dot] europa [dot] eu (procurement[at]eiopa[dot]europa[dot]eu).
Clarifications of and/or amendments to the documentation may be made during the period for submission of offers. These notifications are made under the reference number of the relevant tender procedure. Please check the respective websites regularly to ensure that you have the most up-to-date information for preparing a tender.
The main reason for interinstitutional cooperation in procurement is the potential economies of scale arising from pooling the purchasing power and resources of the EU institutions, agencies or other bodies involved.
The lead institution will be the sole representative of the contracting authorities during the procurement procedure up to signature of the contract.