EUSPA Industry Day: Provision of support services to EUSPA and the European Commission

EUSPA Industry Day: Provision of support services to EUSPA and the European Commission

The European Union Agency for the Space Programme (EUSPA) plays a pivotal role in implementing the EU Space Programme. EUSPA requires therefore robust support services to effectively execute its responsibilities and mission. 

Furthermore, as co-contracting authorities, EUSPA and the European Commission are jointly committed to leveraging these support services to drive innovation, enhance security, and promote the sustainable development of space-related initiatives within the European Union.

The total estimated value of the procedure, excluding VAT, is 297,418,000.00 EUR.

The time limit for receipt of tenders has been set out for Thursday, 25 April 2024 at 23:59 (Prague time)

The tender documents are available here

Precisely, the procedure is split into five distinctive lots, as follows, covering EUSPA’s and EC’s needs transversally, as well as covering all sites, EU space components and corporate activities: 

Lot 1 – Mission, Services Engineering and Uptake Support;

Lot 2 – Ground and Space Segments Engineering Support;

Lot 3 – Security- Cyber and Risk Analysis Support;

Lot 4 – Project Management & Quality Support;

Lot 5 – Operations and Service Provision and Management Support. 

The objective is to conclude two Multiple Framework Contracts per each lot in cascade. All lots are envisaged as interinstitutional contracts whereby EUSPA and EC will be co-contracting authorities. 

The tasks are meant to support contracting authorities in fulfilling their respective roles in the implementation of the EU Space Programme Components and for the execution of future tasks that may be entrusted in relation to other EU Space Programmes, such as the IRIS2.

To ensure broad participation in the call, a dedicated webinar on the call will be held on Friday, 15 March 2024 from 09:30 to 12:00 (Prague local time). This informative webinar aims to provide clarity, address questions, and encourage engagement from all interested parties. The participation is encouraged to ensure a transparent and inclusive process.

You can participate by following this link.

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