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AlmavivA wins the Europol tender

AlmavivA wins the Europol tender

15/03/2016

The Italian ICT leader boosts its presence in the EU through the "Development, Operations and Infrastructure Services" of Europol, the European Police.

Rome, 15 March 2016 - AlmavivA has been awarded all four lots of the Europol - the EU Agency aimed at fighting crime within the European Union – Framework Contract for the support, development and management of enterprise applications and the infrastructure of the European Police, in consortium with Trasys, Econom Managed Services and Indra SYSTEMAS. The total value of the 4 lots is over 35 million euro in 4 years.

"AlmavivA’s recent activities in Europe - explains Gianfranco Previtera, International Affairs Director and President of AlmavivA de Belgique, - has enabled the Group to consolidate its internationalization plan. The Belgian subsidiary has achieved, in a few months, a significant position at the highest institutional level and strategic realities within the EU. Future prospects are very positive."

A little over a year ago, following the start up of the Group in the EU context - with the establishment in October 2014 of AlmavivA de Belgique, managed by Fabio Mazzarini - the company has already been awarded and delivers on 5 major contracts. AlmavivA has in fact been selected on 3 lots of the DESIS III Framework contract, with a duration of four years (2014-2018) signed with the Directorate General Informatics of the European Commission. With the same DG, in January 2015, AlmavivA has been awarded another FWC Agreement, ITSS III, which also has the duration of 4 years (2015-2019)

In February 2015, in consortium with Deloitte and Deloitte ITALY BELGIUM, AlmavivA was selected among the companies that will be called upon, through reopening competitions, to provide Business Transformation Project services for the EFSA (European Food Safety Agency) in Parma. In addition, the Company has been selected for a Framework Contract Agreement entered into with the European Parliament.