14 January 2021
Documents related to a contract between Frontex and GMV Aerospace and Defence S.A.U. for business analysts and IT specialists to redesign parts of the IRMA ("Irregular Migration Management Application") platform. The system is used for internationally coordinating deportations and IRMA 2.0, the target of the contract, will allow Member States to connect their national Return Case Management Systems (RECAMAS) to the central system and "the processes should become simpler, more efficient, more interlinked".
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The terms of reference for the project/contract
Documents setting out the aims and objectives of the project/contract, if not included in the ToR
All correspondence between Frontex and the contracted companies concerning the projects/contracts in question.
|Date request submitted||17 November 2020|
|Date registered||19 November 2020|
|Deadline extended?||Yes, extended by 15 working days on 10 December 2020|
|Date response received||14 January 2021|
|Full access granted?||No|
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