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Access to Bankers World Online database

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Directorate-General for Budget

Description

Prior information notice

EX-ANTE PUBLICITY OF MIDDLE- AND LOW-VALUE CONTRACTS

In the context of treasury/payment transactions and the validation of bank accounts, the European Commission, Directorate-General for Budget needs to consult international bank databases on a daily basis in order to confirm certain information relating to banking institutions (ex. SSI data, IBAN structure, financial, rating levels, corporate information).

Therefore, a mid-value procurement procedure will be launched in order to obtain the access to the bankers’ world online database. The object of the contract is the supply of eight basic licenses for online consultation of bank databases and two basic licenses for Internet access to international banking and financial databases.

The maximum total contract estimated value is of euro 40,000.00 for the period of four years.

The indicative time schedule for launching the negotiated procedure is 16-17 September 2021.

Interested operators can express their interest to participate in this negotiated procedure until 09 September 2021 at 17:00 CET in writing to BUDG-TENDER-TREASURY@ec.europa.eu. The e-mail should include:

  1. official name of the economic operator
  2. official address
  3. valid e-mail address
  4. the operator’s economic details; information about the database source; the number of financial institutions covered and the details offered

Simplified rules apply to procurement procedures valued between EUR 15 000.01 and EUR 60 000.00. In such cases, the European Commission can invite a limited number of candidates to tender. To make this process more transparent plans for future middle-and low-value contracts are published here. This publicity is in no-way binding for the European Commission. The Commission's contractual obligation commences only upon signature of the contract with the successful candidate.”

PERSONAL DATA

Any personal data collected will be made available to the relevant services. It will be processed in accordance with REGULATION (EU) 2018/1725 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data by the Union institutions, bodies, offices and agencies and on the free movement of such data. You will have the right to access and update any personal data you provide.