UNEP-DTIE identify suppliers according to their needs and then follow the appropriate administrative process in consultation with UNON. The Procurement, Travel and Shipping Section of the United Nations Office at Nairobi is responsible for the procurement of goods for UNEP. Interested vendors are encouraged to register at the UNON/PTSS website.
UNDP procures goods and services through competitive solicitations. The UNDP web site includes a section on procurement which comprises information on solicitation procedures, procurement notices, conditions of contract, frequently asked questions and contacts.
The UNIDO website has a procurement section that lists opportunities and includes information on the Roster of Consulting Companies/Organizations and Vendors for projects to phase-out ozone depleting substances. Procurement is administered by the Procurement Services Unit, Operational Support Services Branch, Programme Support and General Management Division (PSM/OSS/PRS), which is responsible for solicitation of offers, awarding and management of contracts and purchase orders in close cooperation with UNIDO substantive branches. In addition to the centralized procurement, UNIDO Representatives in the field are authorized to procure locally goods and services for the requirements of the field offices.
The World Banks' Procurement web site is divided into five main topics:
1. General Information on procurment – a repository of information, documents, and guidance for government agencies responsible for implementing World Bank-financed projects.
2. Bidding/Consulting Opportunities – a portal for the business community seeking to participate in business opportunities that are generated from World Bank-financed projects.
3. Country Public Procurement – knowledge and information on public procurement systems.
4. Policies and Procedures – a listing of World Bank procurement policies and procedures.
5. Reporting - the annual procurement report.