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Procurement

Procurement. Workers in an office
For its organisation and functioning, EU-OSHA is in constant need of goods and services. Tendering is the structured way to consult the market for the purchase of these goods and services.

The purpose of competitive tendering for awarding contracts is twofold:

  • To ensure the transparency of operations
  • To obtain the desired quality of services, supplies and work at the best possible price

The applicable regulations, namely Directive 2004/18/EC and Commission Regulation No 2342/2002, oblige EU-OSHA to guarantee the widest possible participation, on equal terms, in tender procedures and contracts.

Information on how EU-OSHA processes tenderers’ personal data in relation to procurements is available here:
Privacy statement on data protection in relation to procurement procedures

EU-OSHA Contractors 2015

Specific Contracts under framework contracts

Contracts signed in 2015 below 60,000 (Negociated procedure)

Aggregate volumes of 2015 specific contracts based on DIGIT Framework Contracts

EU-OSHA Contractors 2014

Specific Contracts under framework contracts

Contracts signed in 2014 below 60,000 (Negociated procedure)

Aggregate volumes of 2014 specific contracts based on DIGIT Framework Contracts

EU-OSHA Contractors 2013

Specific Contracts under framework contracts

Contracts signed in 2013 below 60,000 (Negociated procedure)

Aggregate volumes of 2013 specific contracts based on DIGIT Framework Contracts

EU-OSHA Contractors 2012

Aggregate volumes of 2012 specific contracts based on DIGIT Framework Contracts

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