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Belgium-Brussels: Framework Contract for Evaluation, Impact and Compliance Assessment, Policy Support and Legal Analysis Services
Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
Framework Contract for Evaluation, Impact and Compliance Assessment, Policy Support and Legal Analysis Services
Lot 1: Evaluation, Impact Assessment and Related Policy Support Services in the Justice and Consumers Policy Areas
Lot 2: Legal Analysis Services, including Compliance Assessment of National Transposing Measures in the Justice and Consumers Policy Areas
Lot 3: Compliance Assessment and Legal Analysis Services Related to the Transfers of Personal Data from EU Member States to Third Countries
Evaluation, Impact Assessment and Related Policy Support Services in the Justice and Consumers Policy Areas
The following assignments fall under the scope of Lot 1:
— impact assessments,
— other policy support studies.
Assignments under Lot 1 can relate to either legislative or non-legislative initiatives (including delegated and implementing acts), as well as to expenditure programmes. Policy support studies will in particular provide prospective input for the development of future policies.
Reneweable automatically twice for further 12 months each time.
Legal Analysis Services, including Compliance Assessment of National Transposing Measures in the Justice and Consumers Policy Areas
The purpose of the framework contract under Lot 2 is consequently to provide services, which assist DG JUST in achieving the legal and policy objectives; it covers studies:
— in connection with the assessment of the compliance of the member states legislative and administrative measures with the Union legislation in the policy areas of Justice and Consumers (see Section II.2.1). This includes the national measures transposing directives, any national measure adopted in connection with Regulations in the policy areas of Justice and Consumers,
— in connection with the analysis of the application and interpretation by the national courts, of the European Union legislation in the policy areas of Justice and Consumers;
— in connection with the measures adopted in order to ensure application of the European Union legislation by the national administration, as well as national Ombudsmen and out-of-court resolution bodies in the policy areas of Justice and Consumers,
— in connection with any national administrative or legal measure adopted in the policy areas of Justice and Consumers and overlapping or complementing European Union law,
— in connection with any legal research of national legal frameworks applicable in specific areas of Justice and Consumers.
Renewable twice automatically for further 12 months each time.
Compliance Assessment and Legal Analysis Services in the Justice and Consumers Policy Areas
In general terms, assignments under this lot will consist of supporting DG just by analysing, assessing and evaluating the legal framework, institutional structures and practices for the protection of personal data in a group of third countries, a particular third country or part thereof or an international/regional organisation. The assessment of this framework will be done in relation to the EU legal framework. This may include countries having a single data protection law as well as countries having a complex data protection framework (e.g. recent sectorial laws or several layers of legislation). Both data transfers for commercial and law enforcement purposes may be addressed. The study may include an assessment of the conditions for government access for law enforcement/national security purposes.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
See internet address provided in Section I.3).
Section IV: Procedure
Commission building MO59, Rue Montoyer 59, 1040 Brussels, BELGIUM.
Section VI: Complementary information
For British tenderers:
Please be aware that after the United Kingdom's withdrawal from the EU, the rules of access to EU procurement procedures of economic operators established in third countries will apply to candidates or tenderers from the United Kingdom depending on the outcome of the negotiations. In case such access is not provided by legal provisions in force candidates or tenderers from the United Kingdom could be rejected from the procurement procedure.