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Project procurement


About the EBRD Procurement department

The Procurement Department monitors procurement for projects financed and administered by the EBRD and maintains and develops the Procurement Policies and Rules.

The Procurement Department is responsible for maintaining procurement monitoring and quality assurance systems as well as reviewing and dealing with complaints. To contact the Procurement Department call + 44 20 7338 7598.

Projects financed by the EBRD generate many tendering opportunities for goods, public works and associated services, as well as consultants. These opportunities are monitored by the EBRD Procurement Department. All upcoming opportunities and past awards are posted on this web site.

Joint communication 2013

The Heads of Procurement (HoP) of the Multilateral Development Banks (MDBs) met in Islamic Development Bank (IsDB) Headquarters in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, from 10 to 13 November 2013 to deliberate on selected topics relating to procurement activities of the MDBs. Read more (44KB - PDF)

View current project procurement opportunities for goods, works and services

List of prequalified companies

View current opportunities for consultancy services

Prohibited practices

On 2 May 2007, the Bank's Board of Directors approved amendments to paragraph 2.9 of the Bank's Procurement Policies and Rules. The amendments reflect the IFI's "Uniform Framework for Preventing and combating Fraud and Corruption" and provides as set of definitions for corrupt, fraudulent, coercive and collusive practices

EBRD list of ineligible entities: The list of entities and individuals which are ineligible to become an EBRD Counterparty

Compliance: The EBRD's Office of the Chief Compliance Officer promotes good governance and ensures that the highest standards of integrity are applied to all activities of the Bank in accordance with international best practice.


  • Standard tender documents

    These standard documents have been prepared by the EBRD for use by borrowers and their implementing agencies in the procurement of goods, works and associated services.

  • Procurement policies and rules

    The principles of non-discrimination, fairness and transparency - as well as sustainability - are fundamental in all the EBRD’s procurement activities.

  • Project procurement and sustainability

    The Bank’s Project Procurement Department plays a key role in ensuring the environmental and social sustainability standards dependent on third party activities can be achieved.

  • Making a complaint

    Guidelines for the complaints process in relation to projects.