This handbook will highlight the key fundamental rights challenges linked to cybercrime and electronic evidence. It will address investigating and prosecuting cybercrime and map the positive obligations of States to safeguard the fundamental rights of victims of cybercrime, including victims in vulnerable situations.
The required service consists of the development of a draft handbook in English of approximately 80,000 words, following the style and structure of other FRA/CoE Handbooks:
The contractor shall propose one or more experts meeting at least the minimum criteria below:
No documents proving the fulfilment of these criteria are requested at this stage.
Participation in this negotiated procedure for a low value contract is open to natural and legal persons falling within the scope of the EU Treaties (this includes all economic operators established in the European Union) and to all natural and legal persons established in a third country which has a special agreement with the Union in the field of public procurement on the conditions laid down in that agreement. FRA is not part of the Agreement on Government Procurement (GPA) concluded within the World Trade Organisation. Therefore, the procurement procedure is not open to candidates from GPA countries.
If you would like to participate in this negotiated procedure, please register your interest by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, including your contact details (name, organisation, address, country and e-mail) before 24 May 2022 (17:00 Vienna local time).
Please note that registration of interest to participate in the above-mentioned procedure does not give rise to any legitimate expectations to be invited.