European Commission

European Commission

All three modules of the eafip toolkit are online
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The eafip Toolkit aims to provide support to policy makers in designing PCP and PPI strategies, and to procurers and their legal departments in implementing such procurements.

Module 1 is a strategic module addressed to policy makers.

Module 2 is an operational module addressed to public procurers.

Module 3 is a legal / operational module addressed to legal services.

Public Procurer Consultation

In order to understand the relative importance of unmet needs within the EU, the EC is collecting data from key public procurers with potential interest in procuring new innovative solutions in the coming years. The results will help the EC to prioritise these needs in the upcoming years, in view of allocating funding for calls under the next Horizon 2020 Working Programmes.

Open until end 2017
Available in several EU languages
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Learn about other EC initiatives on PCP and PPI. Visit the Commission website on Innovation Procurement.

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Innovation

Procurement

Toolkit

Find an easy-to-use support and hands-on guidance in preparing and implementing an innovation procurement. The eafip Toolkit will provide support to policy makers in designing PCP and PPI strategies, and to procurers and their legal departments in implementing such procurements. Coming soon!

Major Events

Workshops and

Webinars

Interested in hearing about the latest developments and sharing experiences? eafip will organise 12 events in different EU countries, and three webinars, to provide information and training on PCP and PPI. Find out when and where the next events are.

Assistance

to interested

procurers

Request concrete help in preparing your innovation procurement. Assistance is available for free to public procurers who intend to start concrete PCP and PPI procurements of ICT based solutions. Find out all about this opportunity.

A new initiative launched by European Commission

and implemented by Stella Consulting and Corvers - Commercial & Legal Affairs