On 10 September 2008, the Court of First Instance (CFI) gave its rulings on several claims taken by Evropaiki Dinamiki (European Dynamics) against the tender procedures in a procurement procedure organised by the European Court of Justice (ECJ) and two tenders for the European Commission (Commission) for information technology services. In the case of the contract with the ECJ, the CFI concluded that the ECJ had failed to inform European Dynamics of the real reasons its bid had been rejected and had therefore failed to comply with the obligation of transparency. In the case concerning a contract to provide services to Commission’s Directorate-General for Fisheries, the CFI concurred with European Dynamic’s claim that the Commission had not provided adequate reasons for rejecting its bid. However, European Dynamics was unsuccessful in its claim against the European Commission with regard to the assessment of its bid for a contract to provide maintenance and support for DG Agriculture’s information technology systems.