Procurement

How does UNDP do business

Depending on the nature and size of the project and its procurement elements, UNDP may use any of the following competitive methods set out in these Guidelines to procure goods, civil works or services. Commonly used competitive methods include:

Open International Competition
Limited International Competition
Local and/or National Competition

UNDP regards open international competition (OIC) as the preferred method of procurement with its overall ability to achieve all principal objectives of the intended programme. However, in many circumstances where it is determined that OIC is not feasible, staff may employ use of an alternative method. In such, UNDP requires its staff to ensure that the selected method is both economic and efficient (i.e., obtains the best value for money). All methods of procurement irrespectively must be open and fair to all interested Offerors to the extent possible.

Procurement notices

 

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UN Resident Coordinator's Annual Report

2012 has been the first year of implementing the Ghana UNDAF Action Plan with a focus on the 11 strategic Outcomes for the 2012-2016 programming cycle. Each Outcome has been strongly supported by an Outcome Group that is convened by a senior programme officer from a UN agency with a lead role on the Outcome. All Outcome Group Conveners have been briefed on their roles and responsibilities, with agreed TORs for them and OG members.


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