The European Medicines Agency (EMA) publishes calls for tender for the supply of goods, services and works.
Interested suppliers need to apply to an EMA procurement procedure or respond to a call for expressions of interest to be preselected as a potential candidate for restricted invitations to tender.
The Agency is unable to respond to unsolicited calls from suppliers.
EMA publishes procurements in the following categories:
- Calls for tenders €135,000 or more
- Calls for tenders €15,000 - €135,000
- Calls for expression of interest
EMA is part of the Tenders Electronic Daily (TED) database, an eTendering platform for managing procurement procedures. This platform publishes the procurement documents and manages questions and answers for procurements with a value of €135,000 or more.
EMA publishes these procurements on this webpage once they have been published in the eTendering platform.
Please follow the links to access all procurement documents which are visible and downloadable. Users need to log in to use some options on the eTendering platform, such as 'subscribing' to a procurement to receive notifications including the publication of updated documents and to ask questions related to the procurement.
It is the tenderer’s responsibility to check for updates to the procurement documents in eTendering platform during the tendering period.
Current tenders worth €135,000 or more
|Title||Reference||Full details||Closing date|
|There are currently no calls for tender.|
For tenders in this range, the Agency has to follow a 'negotiated procedure' and consult at least three or five candidates, depending on the value.
EMA does not publish a plan of all tenders in this range for the coming year. It may organise calls at short notice.
Please note that the Agency is unable to offer a mailing-list service or a notification of the launch of individual tenders.
For tenders in this range, the Agency is obliged to publish ex ante advertisements (advance notices) of individual procurements for a minimum of two weeks on this webpage, to allow suppliers to express their interest in the call for tender. Please refer to the table below for ex-ante publication of current tenders in this range.
Suppliers who wish to express their interest in any published call for tender are requested to send the following information to firstname.lastname@example.org:
- the company's name and address;
- relevant business area;
- title and reference of the tender of interest.
Current tenders worth €15,000 - €135,000
|Title||Reference||Full details||End of advertising period|
|There are currently no ex ante advertisements (advance notices).|
Calls for expressions of interest are a means of preselecting candidates who may be invited to submit tenders in response to possible future restricted invitations to tender.
Upon examination of the applications, the Agency draws up a list of potential contractors valid for 3 years. Any interested person or company can submit an application at any time during the period of validity of this list, except for the last 3 months.
EMA uses this list for contracts with an estimated value of over €60,000 but below the threshold for the Public Procurement Directive, which is:
- €135,000 for services and supplies contracts;
- €5,225,000 for works contracts.
Where a specific contract is to be awarded, the Agency will send the procurement documents either to all the candidates on the list, or to certain selected candidates who meet the preselection criteria for the contract.
Current calls for expressions of interest
|Title||Reference||Full details||End of period of validity|
|There are currently no calls for expression of interests|
Details on closed calls for tender for the current and past two years published by EMA and previous ex ante advertisements (advance notices) remain available in the Procurement archive.
Earlier tender notices are available in the TED database.
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Related EU legislation
- Guidebook for tenderers (revised March 2016) (2016-03-30)
Send all general enquiries on contracts and procurement to email@example.com or the person indicated in the relevant notice.