For the implementation of EBRD-financed projects in both the public and private sector, EBRD clients may need to procure goods, works, services as well as consultancy services.
The EBRD’s Procurement Policies and Rules (PPR) set out the principles and rules governing the procurement of goods, works, services as well as consultancy services contracted by EBRD clients in projects financed by the EBRD both in the public and private sector. The policy also applies to contracts financed with donor funds administered by the EBRD.
Procurement Policy and Advisory Department
The Procurement Policy and Advisory Department (PPAD) is the custodian of the PPR. It provides advice and quality assurance for the project procurement processes and contract management. PPAD carries out procurement policy dialogue with the authorities in EBRD Countries and Economies of Operations to promote procurement as an efficient transition and sustainable development tool. It runs numerous institutional capacity development programs in cooperation with other institutions.
The procurement of good, works, services and consultancy services contracted by the EBRD are governed by the EBRD’s Corporate Procurement Policy. The EBRD’s Procurement Operations & Delivery Department (PODD) is responsible for Bank-led procurements. For further information, please refer to the following page.
EBRD Procurement Policy and Advisory Department
European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
5 Bank Street, London E14 4BG