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Case T-206/17: Order of the General Court of 16 May 2018 — Argus Security Projects v Commission and EUBAM Libya (Action for annulment — Public service contracts — Competitive negotiated procedure — Supply of security services as part of the European Union Integrated Border Management Assistance Mission in Libya — Rejection of one tenderer’s bid and award of the contract to another tenderer — Circumstances subsequent to the award of the tender — Substantial change in the original terms of the contract — Action manifestly lacking any foundation in law)

OJ C 240, 9.7.2018, p. 44–45 (BG, ES, CS, DA, DE, ET, EL, EN, FR, HR, IT, LV, LT, HU, MT, NL, PL, PT, RO, SK, SL, FI, SV)

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Case T-206/17: Order of the General Court of 16 May 2018 — Argus Security Projects v Commission and EUBAM Libya (Action for annulment — Public service contracts — Competitive negotiated procedure — Supply of security services as part of the European Union Integrated Border Management Assistance Mission in Libya — Rejection of one tenderer’s bid and award of the contract to another tenderer — Circumstances subsequent to the award of the tender — Substantial change in the original terms of the contract — Action manifestly lacking any foundation in law)

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Order of the General Court of 16 May 2018 — Argus Security Projects v Commission and EUBAM Libya

(Case T-206/17) ( 1 )

‛(Action for annulment — Public service contracts — Competitive negotiated procedure — Supply of security services as part of the European Union Integrated Border Management Assistance Mission in Libya — Rejection of one tenderer’s bid and award of the contract to another tenderer — Circumstances subsequent to the award of the tender — Substantial change in the original terms of the contract — Action manifestly lacking any foundation in law)’

2018/C 240/50Language of the case: French

Parties

Applicant: Argus Security Projects Ltd (Limassol, Cyprus) (represented by: T. Bontinck and A. Guillerme, lawyers)

Defendant: European Commission (represented by: F. Castillo de la Torre, P. Aalto and L. Baumgart, acting as Agents), European Union Integrated Border Management Assistance Mission in Libya (EUBAM Libya) (represented by: E. Raoult, lawyer)

Re:

Application based on Article 263 TFEU seeking annulment of the decision of the EUBAM Libya of 24 January 2017 not to accept the tender submitted by the applicant for the award, by means of a competitive negotiated procedure, of the contract relating to security services as part of the EUBAM Libya for an integrated management of the borders in Libya (EUBAM-13-020 contract) and to award the contract to Garda World Ltd.

Operative part of the order

The Court:

1)

Dismisses the application;

2)

Orders Argus Security Projects Ltd to pay the costs.


( 1 ) OJ C 195, 19.6.2017.

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