A valuable factor in IOM's good standing among Member States and donors is its careful stewardship of entrusted funds. As IOM continues to grow in response to global migration challenges, its procurement needs grow as well.
IOM procures a wide range of goods, works and services, which include but are not limited to the following:
- shelter materials,
- non-food items needed in humanitarian emergencies, e.g., blankets, kitchen sets, tarpaulins, etc.
- telecommunication equipment,
- IT equipment products and services,
- visibility materials,
- office supplies,
- printing services
- construction related works and more.
IOM values companies that provide quality products and services, ensure their timely delivery and propose favorable post-delivery payment terms.
For more information on IOM's General Procurement Principles and Processes, please click on this link.
Please also refer to the Code of Conduct for Suppliers here.
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