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Procurement

Procurement policy and procedure


Eurojust is in constant need of goods and services to function optimally and maintain an effective organisation.

What is procurement?

Procurement is a structured procedure designed to consult the market for the purchase of these goods and services. A procurement procedure leads to the conclusion of a public contract.

The purpose of a procurement procedure is threefold:

  • To guarantee the widest possible participation of economic operators;
  • To ensure the transparency of operations; and
  • To obtain the desired quality of services, supplies and works at the best possible price.

Offers submitted in the context of a procurement procedure are called “tenders”. An economic operator who has submitted a tender is referred to as a “tenderer”.

Procurement rules applicable to Eurojust

In accordance with Article 89 of the Eurojust Financial Regulation, as regards procurement, Eurojust complies with the Title VII and Annex 1 of the Regulation (EU, Euratom) 2018/1046 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 18 July 2018 on the financial rules applicable to the general budget of the Union, amending Regulations (EU) No 1296/2013, (EU) No 1301/2013, (EU) No 1303/2013, (EU) No 1304/2013, (EU) No 1309/2013, (EU) No 1316/2013, (EU) No 223/2014, (EU) No 283/2014, and Decision No 541/2014/EU and repealing Regulation (EU, Euratom) No 966/2012 (hereinafter referred as to Regulation 2018/1046).

Conditions for tendering

Eligibility to tender: exclusion criteria

Candidates or tenderers shall be excluded from participation in procurement procedures if they are in any of the situations listed in article 136 of Regulation 2018/1046.

Capacity to perform the contract: selection criteria

Tenderers shall have overall capabilities (technical, professional, economic, financial, legal) to perform the contract. If one of the selection criteria listed in the procurement documents is not met, their tender may not be further evaluated.

Evaluation of tenders

Once the tenderer has demonstrated the appropriate capacity to perform the contract on the grounds of the Selection Criteria, the offer will be assessed on the basis of Award Criteria, which serve to identify the most economically advantageous tender.

How to participate?

Eurojust calls for tenders for the supply of goods, services and works are advertised here on the Eurojust website and on the e-tendering platform (https://etendering.ted.europa.eu), once mandatory publication has taken place in the Official Journal of the European Union (http://ted.europa.eu).

If you wish to participate in current calls for tender by Eurojust, please go to the page on Ongoing calls for tenders or on the e-tendering platform (https://etendering.ted.europa.eu).

Eurojust also regularly organises negotiated procurement procedures for low-value contracts. These procedures are advertised on the Low- and middle-value contracts section of our website. We invite you to periodically check this page for updates and any relevant documentation. Eurojust’s Completed calls for tenders are also available for consultation.

Contacting Eurojust's Procurement Office

If you require further information on calls for tenders or related matters, please contact us at:

Eurojust
Procurement Office
PO Box 16183
2500 BD The Hague
The Netherlands
Fax: +31 70 412 5585
E-mail: Procurement Office

Data Protection

Eurojust collects and further processes personal data and is therefore subject to several rules and regulations. More information on the processing of personal data in the context of Eurojust procurement procedures can be found in our Data Protection Notice.

Remedies

The court responsible for hearing appeal procedures is the General Court of the European Union. The European Ombudsman investigates complaints about maladministration in the institutions and bodies of the European Union.