As the world’s largest purchaser, the United Nations (UN) acquires more than $13 billion worth of goods and services annually. The UN offices in New York and Copenhagen process roughly 70% of all UN procurements.
The Chamber Coalition advises and supports Chamber member companies in preparing and bidding on United Nations procurement contracts.
• NACC provides companies with general information about UN procurement protocols. The Chamber also offers individual consultations and identifies organizations within the UN relevant to their client’s business.
Registration and Monitoring of Tenders
• NACC guides companies through all necessary registration processes and follows the procurement needs of the various departments of the UN on an ongoing basis. Companies receive immediate notifications about relevant bidding invitations. Moreover, the Chamber supports companies in establishing contact with UN purchasers.
Attendance at Bid Openings
• The Chamber is present at bidding at the UN offices in New York to monitor offers submitted by the competition.
The UN Procurement Practitioner’s Handbook (PPH) is a procurement reference document that guides best practices, processes, and procedures. Procurement in the UN system is governed by the established regulations and rules of each UN organization. While such regulations and rules may slightly differ from one to another, all organizations operate following similar principles and general processes. To understand the United Nations Procurement process, click here.
The Chamber Coalition also hosts a member-only (Small Business Level and up) Doing Business with the UN Luncheon. If you are a Chamber Coalition member, sign up here. Not a member yet? Click here to join.
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