European Commission

European Commission

Assisted cases

The eafip initiative already supported 12 public procurers from across the EU between 2015 and 2018 to develop their innovation procurement (a PCP or PPI) by providing assistance (including legal assistance) in the start-up and implementation of the innovation procurement.
From 2019 up to present additional projects have been selected (see right column)

Find out more about all the cases that received Assistance from eafip.

eafip provides local assistance to selected public procurers in the preparation and implementation of a PCP or PPI procurement, covering for instance scoping an already identified procurement need that can be tackled with innovative solutions, preparing and conducting an EU wide published open market consultation and drafting tendering documents. Read more about what the assistance under eafip comprises under eligibility and scope.

For more information contact
Ana Lucia Jaramillo  – 

Procurement projects
assisted through eafip


Details of the innovation procurement projects that received eafip  assistance is posted on this page.



Eligibility and scope

Who could benefit from Assistance under the eafip initiative? What does Assistance under the eafip initiative comprise?


eafip lawyer network

The eafip network of lawyers brings together some of the most renowned innovation procurement professionals in Europe.

A new initiative launched by European Commission and implemented by Corvers - Commercial & Legal Affairs