Future low and middle value contracts

The EESC estimates and plans annual needs that may be subject to call for tender procedures above EUR 15 000 and below EUR 140 000 (5 382 000 EUR for works) with a view to publishing the relevant information on our website and enabling economic operators to participate.

Moreover, in order to lighten the administrative load for the participation of economic operators in very low value markets (≤ EUR 15 000), document models are published on this page.

Information: Ex-ante publicity of a negotiated procedure for the award of a low or middle value contract under the EU financial regulation

Documents for low value contracts (EN/FR)

General conditions for low value contracts (downloadable in 22 languages)

Purchase order restaurant-catering for low procedures below €15 000

Purchase order for very low procedures below €15 000

Articles 136 and 141 of the Financial Regulation: Exclusion criteria and decisions on exclusions; Rejection from an award procedure

Announcements (EN/FR):

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11/05/2017 26/05/2017
Status: 
Closed
Contract type: 
Supplies
Estimated value: 
45,000.00
Reference: 
CES/DL/4/2017
08/05/2017 23/05/2017
Status: 
Closed
Contract type: 
Works
Estimated value: 
2,000,000.00
Reference: 
CES/CoR/DL/40/2016

The Committee of the Regions is planning to sign a direct works contract for the refurbishment of the entrance hall of the Jacques Delors building (Rue Belliard 99-101,  B-1040 Bruxelles) with a view to improving its security in terms of access. The planned activities comprise demolition, stabilisation, structural, finishing and specialised technical (HVAC/electrical) works, and the supply and installation of high-security equipment (single-person revolving doors, access controls, security checkpoints, high-performance glazing and structures).

27/04/2017 12/05/2017
Status: 
Closed
Contract type: 
Services
Estimated value: 
40,000.00
Reference: 
CES/CSS/6/2017

The objective of the contract is to produce a study on the employment of asylum seekers and refugees in EU rural areas, with particular emphasis on the social economy. The two issues of refugees and rural areas have become increasingly important at both European level and in the Member States. Consequently, the EESC would like the study to offer insight into the link between the two topics, feeding into new EESC opinions and work.

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