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Framework Contracts

Framework contract is an instrument for rapid and transparent recruitment of experts for short-term technical assistance services in the interest of beneficiary countries of the European Commission’s external aid programmes. Framework Contracts (FWCs) are operated by EuropeAid Cooperation Office and cover all main regions of European Commission.


More information on framework contracts


Based on BENEF2013 rules, the ‘Request for Services’ are sent to randomly selected framework contractors with specific Terms of Reference. The main categories of experts are Category I (at least 12 years of experience), Category II (at least 6 years of experience) and Category III (at least 3 years of experience). The category of administrative assistant might be opened up only for grant evaluation related assignments. These technical assistance services to the Commission are generated by the consortia in the specific area of expertise, which is named as ‘lot’. You may find the expected expertise common to all lots under framework contracts below:


  • Programme or project design and implementation
  • Preparation of Terms of Reference (services) and technical annexes (works, supplies) and evaluation of offers (Procurement)
  • Evaluation of grant proposals
  • Evaluations (ex-ante, interim, ex-post etc.), monitoring
  • as well as a number of horizontal aspects
  • (Cross-) sectoral policy analysis and reforms
  • Macroeconomics
  • Public financial management
  • Legislation, regulations and law enforcement, approximation of legislation
  • Institutional capacity development
  • Training and research
  • Awareness-raising (incl. information and communication)

Under BENEF2013, we, as WYG Türkiye, are shortlisted for Lot1, Lot2, Lot6, Lot7 and Lot12 for which brief information is provided below:

Click for more information on detailed descriptions of all lots

Lot1: Rural Development and Food Security

Six consortiums compete in the Lot1 and the technical descriptions pertain to this lot is as follows:


  1. Agricultural primary production, included horticulture
  2. Forestry
  3. Land management (land reform, land use planning and farm restructuring)
  4. Rural infrastructure incl. irrigation and drainage
  5. Equipment definition (agriculture equipment, laboratories)
  6. Crop protection and disease control
  7. Animal production and health
  8. Agricultural production and marketing groups
  9. Food safety (safe for consumption)
  10. Food security

Lot2: Transport and Infrastructures

The following expertise areas are covered under Lot2:


  1. Roads and engineering structures
  2. Railways
  3. Harbours and Inland water infrastructures
  4. Airports and Air Traffic
  5. Inter-modal infrastructures
  6. Transport safety
  7. Buildings (for education, healthcare, administrative and industrial use)
  8. Water supply and sanitation networks
  9. Solid waste disposal and treatment installations
  10. Engineering and construction conflicts/disputes resolution

Lot 6: Environment

This lot encompasses services in the following fields:


  1. Sustainable management and protection of natural resources and Ecosystems (forests, fight against desertification, lakes etc.)
  2. Climate change
  3. Nature protection and Bio-diversity
  4. Marine environment and management of coastal areas
  5. Urban environment
  6. Waste management (incl. public/private management structures aspects)
  7. Industrial pollution control
  8. Water management inclusive planning (e.g. integrated river basin management), supply, waste water treatment
  9. Air pollution
  10. Green economy
  11. Chemicals (standards, transportation, packaging).
  12. Environmental risks/disaster management

Lot 7: Governance and Home Affairs

Within the scope of this lot, WYG Türkiye operates in the following areas:


A. Governance

A.1. Promotion and protection of human rights

  1. Promotion and protection of fundamental human rights, social, economic and cultural rights, political and civil rights (including women rights, freedom of movement, freedom of thought, conscience and religion, children, minorities, indigenous peoples, migrants etc.)

A.2. Support to democratisation

  1. Democratisation processes (including civic education)
  2. Social and political roots of conflicts (conflict prevention)
  3. Electoral processes (excluding exploratory mission for election observers and election observers' missions)
  4. Political society: role and functioning of the Parliament and political parties
  5. Free, independent and economically viable media and freedom of expression

A.3. Reinforcement of the rule of law and administration of justice

  1. Reinforcement of the rule of law, prevention of corruption
  2. Reform of judiciary
  3. Penal regime (sentencing and detention, pre-trial, juvenile detention etc.), police reform and security sector reform (including exercise of civilian control over the military)

A.4 Public administration reform, and civil service reform

  1. Public administration reform and organisational development of public institutions (including policy formulation, planning, budgeting, monitoring, evaluation etc.)
  2. Civil service reform (including legal code, human resources management – recruitment, training, salaries etc.)

A.5. Decentralisation and local development

  1. Decentralisation (subsidiarity, legislation, accountability), support to local authorities (local and regional levels including municipalities)
  2. Community based development (empowerment and participatory approaches, gender issues, micro-projects) and local development strategies (social, economic, multi-sector)

A.6. Enhancement of the role of civil society

  1. Organisations (Non Governmental organisations, Community Based Organisations, media, trade unions…), roles (service delivery and advocacy) and recognition (legal framework)
  2. Capacity building

B. Home Affairs, the fight against organised crime (incl. drugs) and terrorism

Lot 12: Humanitarian Aid, Crisis Management & Post-Crisis Assistance

The technical descriptions under Lot 12 are presented below:

  1. Humanitarian aid needs assessment (medical and health-related matters, nutrition, water and sanitation, shelter…)
  2. Mediation, conflict prevention, conflict resolution and reconciliation
  3. Emergency/post emergency support needs assessment (including psycho-social, physical and economic damage assessment, reconstruction/rehabilitation planning and assessment of local implementation capacity and structure; socio-political situation among the population - “peace dividend”)
  4. Monitoring/observing cease-fire/peace accords and agreements
  5. Information/media support in crisis/emergency situations
  6. Demobilisation, disarmament and reintegration (DDR of armed forces, including child soldiers)
  7. Small Arms and Light Weapons; arms disseminated within civil populations;
  8. Clearance of mines and unexploded ordnance and related activities (including mine awareness, marking of minefields, impact survey, training and research)
  9. Repatriation and/or resettlement of refugees and internally displaced persons (IDPs) and support to host communities (including information, administrative preparation, transport, reception and short- and long-term reintegration)
  10. Linking relief, rehabilitation and development (LRRD) including the rehabilitation of social and economic infrastructures and the strengthening of institutions, deemed necessary for the improvement of the minimal living - social - standards in post-crisis situation. Rehabilitation also includes economic measures permitting a long-term economic reintegration of crisis-affected populations)
  11. Damage assessment and reconstruction planning (Post Conflict Needs Assessments, Post-Disaster Needs Assessments)
  12. Post-conflict transition plans, including employment generation, transitional justice and security measures and Security Sector Reform
  13. Logistical support to operations (including planning of complex missions, transport, provision of security, telecommunications)
  14. Disaster preparedness (natural and man-made)
  15. Civil protection
  16. Exploratory missions for EU Election Observation Missions
WYG Türkiye, with its reputation and ample experience in project consultancy and management, is well-informed of the procedures and processes of framework contract management. Owing to previous experiences under BENEF2009, WYG Türkiye operates professional and institutionalized recruitment and management services tapping into its own database encompassing more than 30.000 CVs, recruitment analysts well-versed particularly in framework contracts and internal quality assurance processes. Should you be interested in cooperating with us within the scope of framework contracts, you may upload your CV on our database for considerations of future relevant projects.
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