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Calls for Tender

Support services for the Ad-hoc cybersecurity assistance mechanism

Deadline: 2021-04-16

Framework Contracts with 'Reopening of Competition'

OPEN Tender Procedure

maximum budget €800,000.00 over 4 years

*Tender extended to 16th April due to requests related to Easter holiday period. Corrigendum Notice has been submitted and will be published on 29th March.

ENISA seeks to contract the services of a minimum of 3 and maximum of 8 service providers to provide support for ENISA’s work on developing and implementing an ad-hoc assistance mechanism in case of large-scale cross-border incidents or crises related to cybersecurity. The services to be provided can vary depending on the activity. For example, they can be meant for needs and requirements collection and analysis, guidelines and procedures development, provision of experts, setting up database of experts etc.

The contractors shall provide support for an Ad-hoc assistance mechanism including but not limited to working principles and conditions development, providing relevant expert support and other related activities. The successful bidders should be able to demonstrate significant experience and skills in these fields, with emphasis on the aspects dealt with in the annual ENISA Work Programme.

The tender documentation is available via the TED 'eTendering' platform, which gives exclusive access to the eSubmission portal for submitting your offer - please use this link: https://etendering.ted.europa.eu/cft/cft-display.html?cftId=8052

The documentation is also provided for reference purposes only, by first clicking on the title link above.

Corrigendum: All references in documentation to expiry date of 5th April shall now be taken to read 16th April 2021.

 Offers shall be sent electronically using 'e-Submission' ONLY

Provision of Physical Security Services

Deadline: 2021-04-19

RESTRICTED Tender Procedure

(Step I - requests for participation - interested applicants may bid for either one or both LOTS:)

LOT 1: Security Guard Services

maximum budget €700,000.00 over 4 years

ENISA requires guard services for its two office premises in Athens and Crete Greece. Services include the control of visitors' access to the premises; provision of reception desk services; surveillance and patrolling of the premises in order to prevent and respond to any intrusion, damage to property or attack on persons or property.

LOT 2: Maintenance of Safety and Security Systems

maximum budget €100,000.00 over 4 years

ENISA requires ongoing maintenance services for all installed safety and security equipment, such as; closed-circuit television (CCTV); Intrusion Detection System (IDS); Access Control System (ACS); Fire Detection & Fire Alarm System.

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In Step I - applicants will be required to prove their financial capacity and technical ability to provide the services. Only the accepted applicants will then be sent the technical specifications in Step II of this restricted tender procedure.

The tender documentation is officially available via the TED 'eTendering' platform, which gives exclusive access to the eSubmission portal for submitting your offer - please use this link: https://etendering.ted.europa.eu/cft/cft-display.html?cftId=8138

The documentation is also provided for reference purposes only, by first clicking on the title link above.

 Applications shall be sent electronically using 'e-Submission' ONLY

Mobile and Fixed Voice and Data Communication services

Deadline: 2021-05-11

OPEN Tender Procedure (2 Lots)

Launched on behalf of ENISA and Cedefop Agencies - both located in Greece.

LOT 1 - Mobile Voice and Data services

Maximum budget: €380,000.00 over 4 years

Mobile voice and data communication services are required for the Contracting Authority’s staff to enable them to communicate wherever they are in the EU and the world with their smartphones. The current number of subscribed users:

ENISA: Currently around 100 and may increase to 120 during the contracted period.
Cedefop: Currently around 25 and may increase to 70 during the contracted period.

LOT 2 - SIP Landline Voice Telephony services

Maximum budget: €140,000.00 over 4 years

Voice telephony services, using a SIP interface, are required to enable landline communication originating from each of the Agency’s premises.

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Interested tenderers may bid for one Lot, or BOTH Lots.

The tender documentation will be available by 14th April via the TED 'eTendering' platform, which gives exclusive access to the eSubmission portal for submitting your offer - please use this link: https://etendering.ted.europa.eu/cft/cft-display.html?cftId=8259

The documentation is also provided below for reference purposes only, by first clicking on the tender title link above.

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Pre Information Notices

Interoperable EU Risk Management Frameworks

Deadline: 2021-04-22

Negotiated procedure: maximum budget €50.000

ENISA is continuing its contribution to Risk Management by collecting, analysing and classifying information in the area of emerging and current risks and the evolving threat environment. The target group of this area is users (e.g. experts) interested in getting insight on Risk Management, finding out more on methods to mitigate risk and seeking to apply cutting edge Risk Management practices to their organisation.

In the light of this effort, ENISA is launching a dedicated project to foster interoperable European Risk Management (RM) practices.

The main aim of this project is to facilitate the uptake of coordinated and interoperable RM frameworks by proposing an EU wide Interoperable Risk Management Framework with consistent methodology and risk assessment practices among Member States.

Ideally, this effort will reduce barriers of coordination and enable cross-border, cross-sector cooperation to address shared cyber threats.

The report produced as an outcome of this project will help:

- The mapping of RM frameworks and the updating of the ENISA RM database.

- Identifying success stories of sector bound frameworks and converting them in open formats ready to be used.

- Identifying prominent existing RM frameworks that can easily become interoperable so that MS can extend and customize to their needs.

- Creating a basic toolbox that will help implement the interoperability of the European Risk Management Framework with consistent methodology and risk assessment practices among Member States.

If you are interested in being invited to take part in this upcoming tender procedure, then please click on the Title link above and select 'submit your interest' before the deadline

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Calls for Expression of Interest

CEI – List of NIS Experts

Deadline: 2021-09-08

CEI has been EXTENDED into 2021

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 or EEA and be able to be remunerated to a bank account in one of these countries. UK applicants cannot be accepted anymore.

PLEASE NOTE: The CEI List of Experts is a tool used solely for the purposes of assessing and identifying suitable external 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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