As a public contracting authority, GIZ issues Europe-wide invitations to tender for all procurements above the EU threshold. On 18 April 2016 the EU’s new public procurement directive came into effect in German law. All interested companies can now download the full tender documents from our online platform and find out about the latest questions submitted by bidders and our responses.
You can keep up to date with GIZ’s new Europe-wide public tenders by subscribing to the RSS feed. You will find more information in the column at the right-hand side. Modifications and bidders’ questions are not, however, included in the RSS feed.
The tender documents for current public tenders and the bidders’ questions with the corresponding responses are available on our tender platforms (see links below). Current public tenders for materials and equipment and for services are published separately.
If you have received a password from us within the framework of an ongoing public tender for services, you can access the relevant documents on the ‘Current public tenders for services below the EU threshold’ page. Access is only possible for firms participating in the public tender.
Current public tenders for materials and equipment above the EU threshold
Current public tenders for materials and equipment below the EU threshold
You will find details of current public tenders for materials and equipment below the EU threshold and information on how to obtain the tender documents on the online tender portal www.bund.de.
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Current public tenders for services above the EU threshold
Current public tenders for services below the EU threshold
Invitations to tender issued by GIZ offices
For information on local invitations to tender issued by GIZ offices outside Germany please contact the offices directly. You can find the contact information for all GIZ offices on our website. Select ‘Worldwide’ followed by the relevant country.