The EU4Health Annual Work Programmes (2021 and 2022) include a number of actions that will be implemented through procurements. This tentative calendar gives an overview of upcoming calls in the second semester of 2022.


Interested parties are invited to regularly consult TED and e-Tendering for the possible publication of the contract notice and tender documents.

Annual Work Programme 2021

Annual Work Programme 2022

Title of the action

Indicative budget

Indicative timeline

Cancer (CR)
CR-p-22-12.01- Framework contract (FWC) to support the revision of tobacco-control acquis Q4


CR-p-22-11.01 – Study on obstacles for cancer survivors to return to work € 500 000 Q4
CR-p-22-11.02 – Study on the development of a code of conduct on fair access of cancer survivors to financial services € 2 000 000 Q4


CR-p-22-12.01 – Framework contract (FWC) on the technical group supporting the characterising-flavours procedure in the tobacco legislation Q4


Crisis preparedness (CP)
CP-P-22-01.08 – Study on market research and mapping of innovative diagnostic testing solutions (HERA) € 200 000 Q3
CP-p-22-01.03 – IT tool for early warning, modelling, simulation, forecast in order to support the intelligence gathering and analysis function of HERA € 24 500 000 Q4
CP-p-22-01.02 – Procurement of vaccines against infectious disease threats such as pandemic influenza € 31 000 000 Partially implemented
Health systems (HS)
HS-p-22-14.02 – Guidelines on access to healthcare for people with disabilities € 700 000


HS-p-22-18.03 – Supporting the cooperation between the national authorities and professional sector associations in the blood, tissue and cells and organs sectors € 750 000


OT-P-26.1 – Multiple Framework Contracts in Cascade for Support Services to Manage Expert Groups in the Field of Health 2023-2025 Q2
Annual Work Programme 2021
HS-p-17.1 – Organisation of training and Networking of Substances of Human Origin (SoHO) Competent Authorities’ Staff for Oversight € 2 500 000 relaunch
CP-p-05.1 – EU preparedness: analysis, planning, reporting and training programmes for health specialists € 5 500 000 Q3


Source: European Commission I HADEA (