The EU program for Security, Accountability and the Fight Against Crime in Georgia (SAFE) has issued a pre-solicitation notice for a contract to support to the emergency management service in Georgia, including support for the implementation of CBRN strategies.
The objective is to contribute to the strengthening of national crisis management and disaster preparedness and response capabilities, including fire safety regulations, CBRN-based risk assessment and risk mapping, disaster risk reduction.
The effort further seeks to strengthen Georgia’s coordination with the EU Civil Protection Mechanism, including through implementation of host country support procedures.
European Union, represented by the European Commission, on behalf of and for the account of Georgia, Brussels, BelgiumThe anticipated budget for the effort is EUR 2,600,000. The tender is expected to be released in mid-June 2019.
The announcement notes that following the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the EU, the rules of access to EU procurement procedures for economic operators established in third countries will apply to candidates or tenderers in the United Kingdom, depending on the outcome of the negotiations. If the legal provisions in force at the time of contract award do not provide for such access, candidates or tenderers from the United Kingdom may be excluded from the procurement procedure.
Action Document: “EU4 Security, Accountability and Fight against Crime in Georgia (SAFE)” (European Commission) .pdf
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