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.
This website provides information on opportunities for vendors and service providers to:
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.
IOM is committed to protecting the personal data of vendors, implementing partners and grant recipient entities that it processes and protecting the right to privacy in accordance with the IOM Data Protection Principles and international data protection standards. In our Data Protection Notice you can see detailed information about how IOM processes personal data during (i) the selection processes, which includes IOM’s assessment and potential selection of a vendor/supplier/service provider (procurement process), implementing partner or grant recipient entity, and (ii) the implementation processes of the relevant agreement/contract between the vendor/supplier/service provider, implementing partner or grant recipient entity and IOM. In the same document we are providing information about what personal data we process, for which purposes, who has access to them, how long we retain them, what are the rights of data subjects and how they can be exercised.
- Report Available Stocks
In addition to responding to invitations to bids (ITBs) all registered global vendors can submit information about their products including quantities, location and availability to IOM’s Manila Supply Chain Unit (MSCU). MSCU will share this information with IOM missions worldwide.
IOM has established a secure communication channel to enable vendors and service providers to raise concerns confidentially and responsibly.
If you have questions about the UN Supplier Code of Conduct or wish to report questionable behavior or a possible violation, please contact:
IOM Manila Administrative Centre
Attention: Global Procurement and Supply Unit
25th Floor, Tower 6789 Ayala Avenue
1226 Makati City, Philippines