Don’t miss out on the chance to be assisted (including legal assistance) in the development and implementation of your innovation procurement. A Europe-wide network of procurement lawyers is available to provide the assistance which is financed by the European Commission and comes at no charge. The eafip initiative is already supporting eight public procurers from across the EU to develop their innovation procurement (a PCP or PPI) by providing assistance (including legal assistance) in the start-up and implementation of the innovation procurement. More here on how the European Commission is supporting public authorities in developing and implementing more and better innovation procurements of ICT-based solutions across the EU. And more on Assistance here.