Les achats à l’OMC

La Section des achats de l'OMC est chargée d'obtenir, dans les meilleurs délais et à moindre coût, les biens et services qui répondent aux besoins de l'Organisation. Ces biens et services incluent, entre autres choses, des logiciels et matériels informatiques, des produits et services liés à la sécurité, des équipements et matériels pour la reprographie et l'édition, divers services de consultation, ainsi que des biens et services liés au fonctionnement des bâtiments de l'OMC à Genève.

The WTO reserves its right to publish a given request for Expression of Interest (EOI), Request for Quotation (RFQ), Invitation to Bid (ITB) or Request for Proposal (RFP) on the UNGM website based on the interest of the organization and at its sole discretion. The WTO shall accept no liability for not having placed a given EOI, RFQ, ITB or RFP on the UNGM website.

Throughout the entire procurement process, WTO applies the following principles:

a. Efficient and effective use of the Organization's resources
b. Non-discriminatory, fair, impartial and open competition
c. Transparency
d. Best value for money
e. Accountability
f. Integrity
g. Respect for the Organization's Regulations and Rules.


Business opportunities / Vendor registration

Suppliers interested in business opportunities with the WTO are invited to consult our tenders published on the United Nations Global Marketplace (UNGM).

The WTO encourages potential vendor to register at the basic level through the UNGM.

The system provides registered companies with secure access to information enabling them to participate in WTO tenders such as Expression of Interest (EOI), Request for Quotation (RFQ), Invitation to Bid (ITB) and Request for Proposal (RFP).


General Terms and Conditions of contracts entered into by the WTO


Gifts and hospitality

The WTO applies a "zero tolerance" policy to the staff involved in the procurement activities and expects suppliers not to offer any type of gift, favor or hospitality.