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Procurement

Brief introduction

Public procurement is the purchasing of works, services and supplies by public bodies. EU public procurement is an important part of the single market and is governed by rules intended to remove barriers and open up markets in a non-discriminatory and competitive way.

As an EU body, the EPPO is committed to respecting EU procurement rules when contracting economic operators (persons, companies or other legal entities), respecting the key principles of transparency, equal treatment and widest competition, proportionality and sound financial management. 

The choice of the procurement procedure, the required publicity and the kind of contract to be used depends mainly on the value of the purchase, its subject and repetitiveness.

 

Legal basis

The EPPOs public procurement procedures are regulated by Title VI of the EPPO’s Financial Rules, which state that the relevant provisions of the EU Financial Regulation applicable to the general budget of the Union (Council Regulation (EC, Euratom) No 2018/1046) shall apply.

 

On this page

Below you can find information about our open and closed calls. 

Due to transparency reasons, we also make available lists of contracts signed during the previous years. As the EPPO is currently in its second year of operations, the list from its first year, 2021, is available in the Annual lists of contracts section below.    

Like other EU bodies, we also publish our large procurement calls on the EUeTendering website.

 

If you have questions

You can reach out to us via our website contact form, by choosing the ‘General information’ option in the dropdown menu.

 

Filtreeri

Procurement (0)

There are currently no tendering procedures.