ENISA, as an Agency of the European Union, possesses its own legal personality and may enter into contractual relationships with persons, companies and other legal entities. It is therefore subject to the provisions of the Financial Regulation applicable to the general budget of the European Union , the ENISA Financial Regulation and the relevant EU procurement directives for the award of public contracts.
Calls for Tender
Service contracts - max budget of €120.000,00 (€40.000,00 for each LOT)
LOT 1: Assessing Cyber Security in Member states in the Healthcare Sector.
LOT 2: Assessing Cyber Security in Member states in the Air Transport Sector
LOT 3: Assessing Cyber Security in Member states in the Financial Market Infrastructures and Banking Sector
The scope of each separate study is to assess Cyber Security in Member states in the three sectors mentioned above. (You may bid for one, two or all three LOTS)
For each Sector, the successful contractors are expected to:
Perform stocktaking of existing guidelines/schemes in the different Member States and international standards. - Identify baseline security measures - Identify incident notification approaches - Map interdependencies to other sectors and Digital Service Providers.
This tender is also uploaded via the TED eTendering platform which publishes tenders for European Institutions and bodies. For download of documents you can use the links below or, via the following link which also connects you to the eSubmission portal which is the ONLY way to submit an offer: https://etendering.ted.europa.eu/cft/cft-display.html?cftId=2088
Offers to be sent electronically using 'e-Submission' ONLY.
The maximum budget for this project is €159.000,00
ENISA launches this procurement related to refurbishment and infrastructure works for its Marousi office via a Restricted tender procedure. This two stage procedure begins with a request for expressions of interest, published in the Official Journal.
Submissions are then evaluated for their suitability to provide the requested works. The successful applicants are then pre-selected to take part in the second stage of the procedure in which the Agency provides the technical specification and invites bids to be offered. Construction, electromechanical and infrastructure works are envisaged to be carried out on the ground floor and basement of the above-mentioned office building.
Please download the CEI application document below and provide all of the documentation requested. Your application must be submitted ONLY via the specific restricted email account mentioned in the document by Wednesday 25th January 2017 at 17:00 at the latest.
(Clarification No 1 available for download)
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Pre Information Notices
Negotiated Procedure - maximum budget total of €135.000,00 over 3 years
Lot 1 - General Stationery and customised office supplies (€55.000 over 3 years)
Lot 2 - Printing supplies (€55.000 over 3 years)
Lot 3 - Computer peripherals and consumables (€25.000 over 3 years)
The scope of this Call for Tenders is to provide good quality stationery supplies and IT consumables including laser toner and ink cartridges, through a framework contract(s), in an efficient, timely and dependable manner. The successful tenderer(s) will be contracted to supply our two offices located in Athens Greece and Heraklion Crete. Each order for goods will require delivery to one or both of these offices. Interested companies may bid for just one, two or all three Lots.
Negotiated Procedure - Max budget €30.000
Since 2014, ENISA, with its partners, conducts a wide spectrum of studies related to privacy and data protection by design. One of the main outcomes of these studies is a comprehensive methodology for Privacy Enhancing Technologies (PETs) maturity assessment. In this study, the authors have identified that development of ICT tools that support the PET assessment process (referred to as (PETs) assessment tool) by gathering information on indicators and guide experts and the assessor through the assessment process, is essential for the creation of a functioning community of contributors. In 2016 a prototype of such an online PETs maturity assessment tool was presented to the public. This prototype will undergo a test phase. For this test phase ENISA will contract support services, more specifically technical support for the maintenance and extension of ENISA’s PETs maturity assessment tool. If you are interested to be invited to participate in this tender, then please register.
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Calls for Expression of Interest
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:
A). Technical expertise in ICTs and emerging application areas
B). ICT Security Standardisation and certification
C). Technical expertise in Critical Information Infrastructure Protection (CIIP) and CSIRTs Cooperation
D). Legal expertise in NIS
E). NIS aspects of cybercrime
Please download the "Technical Description" file to learn more details about the requirements of the Agency. ENISA welcomes applications from experts from many sectors, i.e. academia, research, industry, EU institutions, International Organisations etc.
Important: To be eligible to apply, you must be a citizen or permanent resident of an EU member state, EEA or Switzerland and be able to be remunerated to a bank account in one of these countries.
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Calls for Proposal
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