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Welcome to the JRC's Calls for tender website. The JRC is committed to buying services and supplies that represent best value for money for the EU taxpayer. We are also very keen to foster business with Small and Medium sized Enterprises (SMEs) and actively promote green purchasing. You will find information on JRC tendering opportunities both here and on the Ted-eTendering platform which advertises calls for tenders for EU institutions. In the section "Negotiated low to middle value – to be launched" you will also find information about planned negotiated calls for tender up to EUR 135,000 (services/supplies) and EUR 5, 225,000 (works) where you can register and be invited to make a tender. For more information on Commission procurement please consult "Doing business with the European Commission - Tips for potential contractors" .

Latest calls

  • JRC/IPR/2016/G.III.9/5065/NC-ExA of 02/11/2016
  • JRC/PTT/2016/R.2/5035/NC-ExA of 18/11/2016
  • JRC/PTT/2016/R.2/5027/NC-ExA of 18/11/2016
  • JRC/PTT/2016/R.2/5025/NC-ExA of 11/11/2016
  • JRC/PTT/2016/G.I.4/5075/NC-ExA of 11/11/2016
  • JRC/PTT/2016/C.3/5022/NC-ExA of 28/10/2016
  • JRC/IPR/2016/R.I.3/5023/RC of 13/10/2016
    Il Centro Comune di Ricerca (JRC) è una delle direzioni generali (DG) della Commissione europea (CE). La direzione delle Risorse del JRC (R-JRC) si trova in parte a Ispra, Italia. Nel sito di Ispra vi sono anche 2 direzioni scientifiche, unità di 4 direzioni scientifiche con sede in altri luoghi e unità appartenenti alle direzioni per la Strategia e il coordinamento, la Gestione delle conoscenze, le Competenze. La missione della direzione Risorse è assicurare l'efficiente ed efficace impiego delle risorse umane, finanziarie e tecniche necessarie a sostenere le attività del JRC, conformemente a tutte le norme e i regolamenti applicabili. Rendere i siti del JRC un ambiente di lavoro sicuro e attraente prestando servizi efficienti orientati al cliente per favorire le attività scientifiche attuali e future del JRC garantendo al contempo che i siti del JRC agiscano come un buon vicino per le rispettive comunità in generale. Il Centro Comune di Ricerca, sito di Ispra (JRC-Ispra) si estende su un'area di circa 166 ettari con 30 km distrade. Le superfici asfaltate (strade, cortili ecc.) hanno un'area di circa 300 000 m2 e gli edifici sono circa300. Gli edifici costituiscono un'area totale di circa 195 000 m2. Inclusi nei locali vi sono anche le residenze e i servizi esterni (asilo nido, Club House ecc.) e alcune parti comuni degli edifici ALER in via Esperia, Ispra. Sono presenti su base giornaliera circa 2 000 persone, interni o esterni, presso il JRC di Ispra. Tutti i locali devono essere puliti regolarmente; la raccolta di rifiuti deve essere garantita così come la derattizzazione e la disinfestazione.
    Last Update: 25-10-2016
  • JRC/KRU/2016/G.II.6/5041/NC-ExA of 07/11/2016
  • JRC/PTT/2016/R.2/5043/OC of 11/10/2016
    De Europese Commissie (EC) via het Gemeenschappelijk Centrum voor onderzoek (JRC) in Petten (NL) is voornemens een contract af te sluiten voor het bouwen, inrichten en volledig afwerken van een energiezuinigreceptiegebouw inclusief installatiewerken, terreinwerkzaamheden, over 2 bouwlagen met een totale brutovloeroppervlakte van ongeveer 1 100 m2 bestaande uit onder andere bewakings-, bezoekers- en vergaderfaciliteiten. Locatie van het gebouw is bij de hoofdingang van het JRC-terrein.
    Last Update: 21-10-2016
  • JRC/GEE/2016/G.2/5014/RC of 28/09/2016
    The European Commission, Joint Research Centre (JRC) intends to sign a framework contract for radiation portal monitors. This is intended for: — operational safety: enhance detection on JRC sites to prevent exit of radioactive material, — scientific purposes: devices for research and training purposes (mainly units in Ispra (Italy) and Geel (Belgium)). The scope contains: — purchase of detectors, control devices and related equipment and infrastructure (basement, column caps, speed ramps, etc.), — installation (including testing and training), — maintenance and performance test. This procedure consists of 3 lots. - Lot 1: Vehicle (car/truck) radiation portal monitors - Lot 2: Pedestrian spectrometric radiation portal monitors (single body) - Lot 3: Pedestrian radiation portal monitors (‘arch’ type)
    Last Update: 20-10-2016
  • JRC/IPR/2016/R.I.4/5047/NC-ExA of 07/11/2016
  • JRC/IPR/2016/G.III.9/5044/OC of 23/09/2016
    The scope consists in the Civil Works to be realized in the buildings 41-41c-41k for the New Grouting station. These Civil Works include: partial demolition of structures, structural reinforcement of the buildings, rearrangement of the internal layout of the buildings, refurbishment of the buildings, finishing works. The Buildings 41-41c-41k are located in the radiologically Controlled Zone (ZC) of the Area 40 of the JRC-Ispra, in Italy.
    Last Update: 19-10-2016
  • JRC/KRU/2016/G.III.8/5058/OC of 07/10/2016
    JRC Karlsruhe plans to purchase a new command system for the robot SAMM together with a completely new safety interface for the control of this machine. The hot cells in JRC Karlsruhe enables advanced PIE (post irradiation examination) on nuclear material from other nuclear research and industrial facilities for research and development, mainly on safety and security issues. The transfer of this nuclear material to or from the JRC Karlsruhe is mainly operated through one dedicated hot cell equipped with a heavy robot Telemanipulator (SAMM). This 6-axis robot with its portal is a key instrument to safely run the heavy nuclear material transfer through the JRC Karlsruhe hot cells. After 15 years of service the SAMM robot control system is out of date. The interfaces and command system show recurrent defect which has a major impact on the nuclear material transport operation. Interface and command system should be repaired urgently and retrofitted with state of the art available systems.
    Last Update: 19-10-2016
  • JRC/IPR/2016/R.I.4/5045/NC-ExA of 31/10/2016
  • JRC/KRU/2016/G.II.6/5057/OC of 26/09/2016
    The Nuclear Safeguards and Forensics Unit (G.II.6) of the JRC Karlsruhe site plans to upgrade 3 existing thermal ionisation mass spectrometers MAT26x in order to continue their operation during the lifetime of the on-site laboratories. Different upgrades for 3 instruments are to be supplied. Due to the different age of the 3 existing mass spectrometers, the upgrades are individually different. a) AS Karlsruhe: full exchange of electronics, exchange of ion source head, software upgrade; b) LSS La Hague: exchange of ion source head incl. electronics, software upgrade; c) OSL Sellafield: software upgrade. The supply contract shall include complementary services like delivery of relevant documentation, the equipment integration and calibration, warranty and related services.
    Last Update: 07-10-2016
  • JRC/GEE/2016/F.5/5018/OC of 20/09/2016
    The instrumentation required is 1 inductively coupled plasma optical emission spectrometer (ICP-OES) for the quantitative analysis of elements. The contract shall include the delivery, the assembling, the installation and spare parts and preventive and corrective maintenance of the equipment as well as training of staff. Please download all information, including tender documents, from https://etendering.ted.europa.eu/cft/cft-display.html?cftId=1929
    Last Update: 05-10-2016
  • JRC/PTT/2016/R.2/5026/NC-ExA of 05/12/2016
  • JRC/KRU/2014/E.1/0038/VL
  • JRC/GEE/2017/R.5/0006/NC-ExA of 31/07/2017
  • JRC/GEE/2017/R.5/0005/NC-ExA of 31/10/2017
  • JRC/GEE/2017/R.5/0004/NC-ExA of 31/05/2017
  • JRC/GEE/2017/R.5/0003/NC-ExA of 31/05/2017
  • JRC/GEE/2017/R.5/0002/NC-ExA of 31/05/2017
  • JRC/GEE/2016/F.6/5023/NC-ExA of 30/12/2016
  • JRC/GEE/2016/F.6/5022/NC-ExA of 30/11/2016
  • JRC/GEE/2017/F.6/0003/NC-ExA of 28/07/2017
  • JRC/GEE/2017/F.6/0002/NC-ExA of 28/07/2017
  • JRC/KRU/2016/G.III.8/5050/OC of 16/09/2016
    The JRC Karlsruhe plans to purchase a Scanning Electron Microscope for samples containing radioactive material. The microscope will be used to analyse radioactive samples for their microstructure and elemental composition. Due to the radioactivity of the samples the device will be integrated into a shielded glove box. The implantation in a glove box is not part of the tender, but several adaptations for the nuclearisation are a part of this tender. The purchase shall cover the delivery and installation of the equipment, including sufficient training/demonstration and the possibility of a maintenance after the warranty period.
    Last Update: 29-09-2016
  • JRC/GEE/2017/R.5/0001/NC-ExA of 30/04/2017
  • JRC/PTT/2016/B.10/0005/AMI
    JRC Petten replaces various equipment each year as part of an annual upgrade procedure. Items that are more than 4 years old and fully depreciated need to be removed from service as they are EOL, outside of maintenance or surplus to requirements as the activity has been completed. In some cases the equipment may still be functioning and the preference would be to dispose of such items where necessary to non-profit organizations, rather than simply throwing them away. The objective of this call for expressions of interest is to set up a list of pre-selected candidates for donation of reusable and recyclable goods to non-profit organisations for humanitarian, social, charity or environmental purposes.
    Last Update: 02-09-2016
  • JRC/PTT/2015/F.2/0123/AMI
    To fulfil the requirements of BESTEST, the JRC-IET intends to design and install a new research laboratory for testing of electrochemical devices. Such electrochemical devices (and components thereof) are required for the execution of tests. These devices include: batteries, supercapacitors in various forms and shapes (e.g. prismatic, pouch, cylindrical) and their components within (e.g. anode, cathode, separator, electrolyte, casings and electrochemical parts), etc.
    Last Update: 02-09-2016
  • JRC/PTT/2015/F.2/0115/AMI
    The Joint Research Centre (JRC) runs several laboratory facilities having different scopes and serving different purposes at different locations within the campus of the Institute for Energy and Transport (IET), in Petten (North-Holland). These facilities have extensive gas tube / pipe networks (with dimensions in imperial & metric units) including (automated) controls & auxiliary devices (i.e. suction huts, vent & exhaust pipes, etc.) and use various fluids (gases & liquids) at different pressures (normally 10 bar working pressure but in some facilities, up to 1,000 bar working pressure) and flow rates (up to 5,000 normal litres per minute, Nlpm) depending on the facilities where they are required; some of the gases are harmful (asphyxiate, toxic and/or flammable). The Commission seeks to establish three (3) sub-lists A, B & C of selected candidates for the performance on a project-by-project of various different tasks whether or not ordered jointly or separately under either sub-list namely Sub-list A – Design & engineering in gas installation Sub-list B – Performance of installation and repairs including upgrade Sub-list C – Supply of materials, components, devices and instrumentation
    Last Update: 02-09-2016
  • JRC/PTT/2016/F.3/0015/AMI
    The JRC aims to provide a solid and comprehensive understanding of energy security in support of EU policy, notably in relation to fossil fuels (mainly gas and oil) and power systems. The aim of the JRC’s Energy Security, Systems and Market Unit is to aid and inform the Member States and European Institutions on issues relevant to ensuring the uninterrupted physical availability of energy products on the market at an affordable price for all consumers. The JRC assesses how different policy options help shape an energy system resilient to shocks and adverse trends whilst satisfying society’s energy needs.
    Last Update: 02-09-2016
  • JRC/IPR/2016/F.7/0047/VL
  • JRC/GEE/2015/D.4/0084/AMI
    Invitation for manufacturers that wish to have their digital data acquisition equipment (digitisers) included on the list of instruments to be tested in the frame of the project "Digital Standard" and at the same time wish to contribute to the development of a standard data format for such equipment.
    Last Update: 05-07-2016
  • JRC/IPR/2014/B.4/0019/AMI
    The objective of this call for expression of interest is to set up three lists of pre-selected candidates interested in a donation of scientific equipment (laboratory equipment and furniture) related to three different JRC sites. The equipment that could be donated is the following: laboratory, optical and precision equipment, laboratory pipettes and accessories, laboratory furniture, laboratory benching and laboratory pumps and accessories.The scientific equipment to be donated has been used and fully depreciated by the JRC sites:JRC - Ispra Italy, JRC- Geel, Belgium and/or JRC - Petten, Netherlands.
    Last Update: 28-04-2016
  • JRC/PTT/2016/F.4/0020/AMI
    JRC-IET Petten, part of the European Commission Joint Research Centre, intends to compile a list of suppliers interested to provide preventive and corrective maintenance, including all possible spare parts on Recirculating Chillers Type: • Neslab M33 • Thermoflex 1400 • Thermoflex 7500
    Last Update: 18-03-2016
  • JRC/SVQ/2016/B.11/0001/AMI
    En la política del JRC coordinada por la unidad B7, la renovación de ordenadores de sobremesa (sin monitor) y portátiles está prevista cada 4 años. Por lo cual, los equipos anteriores a 2011 pueden hacer parte de un anuncio de convocatoria de manifestación de interés de donación. Actualmente tenemos 209 equipos formateados, almacenados y listos para donar. Una compra de 97 nuevos equipos está en curso y la entrega está prevista para 2015. Por lo tanto se puede considerar un volumen de donación de 306 equipos. El objetivo de esta convocatoria es la donación de productos reutilizables a organizaciones sin ánimo de lucro para fines humanitarios, sociales o de caridad.
    Last Update: 03-03-2016
  • JRC/GEE/2015/D.4/0093/AMI
    The IRMM, part of the European Commission's Joint Research Centre, intends to compile a list of suppliers interested in supplying Thermal Ionisation Mass Spectrometer accessories and spare parts according to the following fields: Field 1 — Spare parts and accessories for Thermal Ionisation Mass Spectrometers (model Thermo Electron Triton). Field 2 — Secondary electron multipliers for ion current detection in Thermal Ionisation Mass Spectrometers (model Thermo Electron Triton). Field 3 — Double and single filament holders equipped with rhenium, tungsten or tantalum ribbon, usable on Thermal Ionisation Mass Spectrometers (model Thermo Electron Triton). Technical specifications will be provided together with the invitation to tender. Expressions of interest can be made for 1 or more fields.
    Last Update: 14-12-2015
  • JRC/IPR/2015/C.4/0029/AMI
    Consultations between involved Head of Units of ISM has outlined a strategy for the procurement for technical services; this strategy which has been set up has foreseen two main tools: a FWC for major services, and AMI lists for lower value services; this second tool has the aim to take place of most of negotiated procedures, to increase transparency and to widen the market
    Last Update: 08-10-2015
  • JRC/PTT/2015/F.4/0070/AMI
    JRC-IET, part of the European Commission Joint Research Centre, intends to compile a list of suppliers interested in manufacturing metallic samples and other metallic components according to our technical requirements. The samples shall be produced according to international standards like ASTM, DIN EN or equivalent.
    Last Update: 21-09-2015
  • JRC/GEE/2015/D.3/0058/AMI
    Field 1: Technical threat studies Field 2: Studies on detection performance of identified detection equipment Field 3: Simulants validation studies Field 4: Studies on detection of biological threat agents
    Last Update: 06-07-2015
  • JRC/IPR/2014/G.7/0001/AMI
    The mission of the Digital Citizen Security Unit G.7 is to strengthen the trust and security of the European citizen in a sustainable and inclusive ICT-based European society by scientific research on how emerging information and communication technologies will impact on the security and privacy of citizens' daily lives. In this context the Unit G.7 also supports the digital tachograph (DT) implementation, including the ERCA — European Root Certification Authority, and the IOT lab — Interoperability Certification Laboratory. This effort currently contributes to the definition of a new generation digital tachograph, with renewed security mechanisms, and of its possible use (within a common platform) for improving the safety and security of its users. Digital Citizen Security Unit G.7 will require support and consultancy services on the definition of the system architecture, technical solutions and the drafting of related technical reports and new DT technical specifications including standardisation activities.
    Last Update: 22-04-2015
  • JRC/GEE/2014/D.4/0069/AMI
    JRC-IRMM, part of the European Commission's Joint Research Centre, intends to compile a list of suppliers interested in: supply of spare parts and accessories for UF6 gas source mass spectrometers (models Thermo Electron Uranus).
    Last Update: 11-12-2014
  • JRC/GEE/2014/B.8/0014/AMI
    The European Commission wishes to set up a list of pre-selected candidates to whom they can donate reusable and recyclable goods in the following fields: Field 1: office furniture including chairs, desks, cupboards, etc. Field 2: ICT equipment including computers, notebooks, printers, etc. Field 3: technical and electrical equipment (excluding scientific equipment) including a broad variety of tools, equipment and machinery The goods can only be used for projects of social, humanitarian, charitable or environmentally friendly nature and need to be collected from the JRC-IRMM buildings in Geel, Belgium
    Last Update: 31-07-2014
  • JRC/GEE/2014/D.4/0024/VL