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Belgium-Brussels: Health and high-risk insurance for staff of CSDP missions, EUSRs, and preparatory missions
Section I: Contracting authority
The Union law, complemented, where necessary, by the law of Belgium.
Section II: Object
Health and high-risk insurance for staff of CSDP missions, EUSRs, and preparatory missions.
The subject matter to the future tender procedure is to conclude a framework contract for the provision of health insurance and standard and high-risk insurance to cover approximately 1 600 international staff and approximately 120 local staff implementing CFSP actions (currently 9 CSDP missions and 9 EUSRs); and 0–1 preparatory missions per year employing 5 to 15 people each, per year.
The insurance shall include risks related to medical care, accidental death and disability, evacuation and repatriation, abduction and unlawful detention, income protection, assistance, luggage and public liability.
— medical care,
— accidental death and disability: death, permanent disability, permanent partial disability,
— evacuation and repatriation: transportation to an adequate medical centre (evacuation), repatriation, corpse repatriation,
— abduction and unlawful detention/kidnap,
— income protection,
— assistance, luggage and public liability.
Individual policy lines/full package: the insurance can either be taken for the full package or for 1 or more individual policy lines.
Coverage for dependant family members of the insured person must be provided. This extension will be optional for the insured and paid by the insured person. This coverage shall include the following policy lines:
— abduction and unlawful detention/kidnap.
The Commission will sign a framework contract with 1 contractor for health and high-risk insurance with a duration of 24 months and 2 possible renewals of 12 months each.
The contracting authority may extend the FWC pursuant to Article 114(a)(3) of the Financial Regulation and 134(1)(e) of RAP.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
— Proof that the candidate (or 1 member of the consortium) is registered as a company officially authorised to provide insurance services following Directive (EU) 2016/97 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 20.1.2016 on insurance distribution (recast).
As explained in the terms of reference.
Section IV: Procedure
EEAS Building, Floor: 1, Room number: LOI A591, rond-point Schuman 9A, 1000 Brussels, BELGIUM.
A maximum of 2 representatives per tender can attend the opening of tenders. For organisational and security reasons, the tenderer must provide the full name and ID or passport number of its representatives at least 3 working days before the date of opening session to: FPI-3-TENDERS@ec.europa.eu
Failing that, the contracting authority reserves the right to refuse access to its premises.
Section VI: Complementary information
Tender cannot be submitted by e-mail. Tenderers must use one of the means of submission listed in the point 2 of the invitation to tender.
See Internet address provided in Section I.3.