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The Commission uses public contracts to buy goods and services - studies, technical assistance and training; consultancy, conference and publicity services; books and IT equipment etc. The providers are selected via calls for tender which are issued by the Commission departments, offices and agencies around Europe.

Tenders for IPA assistance to enlargement countries are based on project requirements agreed between the Commission and the beneficiary countries.

There is currently one open call for tender managed by the Directorate-General for Neighbourhood and Enlargement Negotiations (DG NEAR) Head Office in Brussels. If you require information on tenders managed by any of the Delegations, please consult this website.


Invitation to express interest to participate in the tender procedure 2016/D6/HR/01 – "On-the spot-monitoring visits on implementation of selected IPA 2010 and 2011 projects in Croatia".

DG Neighbourhood and Enlargement Negotiations (DG NEAR) is going to grant a contract for on-the-spot monitoring of implementation of selected IPA 2010 and 2011 projects in Croatia.

The subject of the contract is to monitor thirteen IPA projects in Croatia, which have been pre-selected by DG NEAR. The monitoring should consist of desk review, on-the-spot visits and follow-up reporting.

The contractor is expected to provide a team of experts with profiles in line with the assignment. The starting date of the assignment is envisaged in October or November 2016 and the duration of contract implementation is ten weeks.

The contract will be granted via negotiated procedure for low value contracts.

The pre-selected IPA 2010 and 2011 projects should be assessed by the monitoring experts for achievement of objectives/results as well as activities carried out according to agreed methodology and against benchmarks and indicators of project implementation from relevant documentation. Based on findings from the assessment of individual projects and project-specific and horizontal conclusions, recommendations have to be made regarding the implementation of the projects and in order to improve the national monitoring system. A detailed and timely report should be delivered.  The minimum time to be spent by the experts on the spot in Croatia is two weeks.

The deadline for expression of interest to participate is 13 May 2016. The declarations of interest should be submitted by e-mail to the following e-mail address: with a clear reference to the tender procedure 2016/D6/HR/01.

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