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Supporting activities in the area of electronic identification, trust services and digital wallets

Deadline: Dec 09, 2022

OPEN Tender Procedure

Maximum budget: €600.0000 over 3 years

ENISA seeks to conclude multiple framework contracts (with Reopening of Competition), with up to five qualified economic operators capable of providing the following services:

The purpose of this Call for Tenders is to provide support for ENISA's work in the area of electronic identification, digital wallets and trust services, throughout the years 2023-2025.
ENISA will continue its work on supporting public and private bodies in implementing the eIDAS Regulation by addressing technological aspects and building blocks for trust services, electronic identities and digital wallets. The actual projects to be covered will depend on the actual text of the eIDAS revision and the output of the ToolBox process for a coordinated approach towards a European Digital Identity Framework. Moreover, the interplay between NIS2 Directive and eIDAS revision will be included covering cybersecurity and governance requirements.
Aspects to be covered will be agreed with the EC and MS through the eIDAS related experts groups (ENISA ECATS/former ENISA Article 19 EG, eIDAS Cooperation Network, eIDAS EG, Forum of European Supervisory Bodies /FESA).

The tender documentation is formally available via the TED eTendering platform, which gives exclusive access to the eSubmission portal for submitting your offer - please use this link:

The tender documentation and annexes are also provided below for reference purposes only and cannot be considered as the formal documentation. Please note that any questions for clarification can ONLY be sent via the questions and answers section of the eTendering platform.

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CEI List of Individual External Experts to Assist ENISA

Deadline: Aug 12, 2026

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:

  • Strategic Objective 01: “Empowered and engaged communities across the cybersecurity ecosystem”

  • Strategic Objective 02: “Cybersecurity as an integral part of EU policies”

  • Strategic Objective 03: “Effective cooperation amongst operational actors within the Union in case of massive cyber incidents”

  • Strategic Objective 04: “Cutting-edge competences and capabilities in cybersecurity across the Union”

  • Strategic Objective 05: “High level of trust in secure digital solutions”

  • Strategic Objective 06: “Foresight on emerging and future cybersecurity challenges”

  • Strategic Objective 07: “Efficient and effective cybersecurity information and knowledge management for Europe”

Please download the "Technical Description" file (below) 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. The "CEI Application Form" (in excel protected format) is available for download by slecting the red button top right of this page labelled "Apply to this CEI".

IMPORTANT: To be eligible to apply, you must be a citizen or permanent resident of an EU member state or EEA and be able to be remunerated to a bank account in one of these countries. UK applicants cannot be accepted following Brexit. This CEI is open to ‘natural persons’ only. ‘Legal persons’ (companies) cannot apply.

PLEASE NOTE: The CEI List of Individual External Experts is a tool used solely for the purposes of assessing and identifying suitable experts for a potential future contractual working relationship with ENISA. It is emphasised that inclusion in the list does NOT mean that you are considered to be an official representative of ENISA or in any way entitled to represent the Agency.

 It therefore follows, by just being invited onto the ENISA List of Experts, that you are not authorised to speak on behalf of ENISA at public forums or present yourself as an ENISA representative/employee/advisor or expert in any way, shape or form (including on Curriculum Vita, social media etc.).

 Any verified breaches of these restrictions may result in your listing being immediately deleted.

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