EIOPA is an autonomous EU Agency and has therefore its own
Financial Regulation and Financial Implementing Rules.
The European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority adopted by analogy the Title V “Procurement” of the
Financial Regulation applicable to the general budget of the Union and its rules of application - Regulation (EU,Euratom) No 966/2012 of the European Parliament and the Council of 25 October 2012, as amended by
Regulation (EU, Euratom) 2015/1929 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 28 October 2015 and Commission Delegated
Regulation (EU) No 1268/2012 of 29 October 2012, as amended by Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2015/2462 of 30 October 2015.
General questions related to EIOPA procurement procedures shall be addressed to:
All economic operators are advised to read
EIOPA's procurement guide giving information about EIOPA's procurement processes and how to make a procurement with us.
Useful information on data protection (privacy statement) can be found
Market Research / Consultation
To develop market knowledge and thus gain better understanding of the terms and conditions usually applied to contracts in a relevant market, EIOPA is organising meetings with all interested parties in the respective market. Should you wish to present your company, please contact us as instructed below to arrange an appointment. Please note that EIOPA will only accept meeting requests related to the subjects below.
Please note that this phase is for consultation purposes only and does not constitute a part of or substitute any procurement procedure. More information about our procedures can be found in the section below.
Off-the-shelf software for financial regulators for EIOPA data warehouse storage management based in DPM-XBRL technology.
Solutions shall be
implemented products designed for regulators as standard off-the-shelf software with minimum configuration effort, they shall be driven by the XBRL taxonomy (EIOPA taxonomy).
Optionally, they may include data collection features for the file submission from the National Competent Authorities and/or data analytic features or plug-ins.
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Please be kindly advised that EIOPA does not send out hard copies of the tender documentation. All necessary documentation is available electronically via the links below. If you experience a downloading problem, please send an e-mail to
email@example.com indicating the reference number and title of the tender you are interested in.
In addition, please note that clarification of and/or amendments to the documentation may occur during the period of time for submission of offers. These notifications will be placed under the reference number of the relevant tender procedure. Therefore, please visit the respective web sites regularly to ensure that you have the most up-to-date information while preparing the tender.
Inter-Institutional calls for tender
The main reason for inter-institutional cooperation in procurement lies in the potential economies of scale by pooling the purchasing power and the resources of the European 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.
Currently planned negotiated procedures above €15,000
During 2018 the Agency plans to run following tenders in this price range:
Stationery and office supplies
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Conference moderators for EIOPA conferences and events
If you are interested in any of these tenders please contact Procurement by e-mail at:
Currently running negotiated procedures above €15,000
External Legal Services (German law)