Doing Business with WFP
To do business with WFP, a supplier must be on the WFP Registered Supplier Roster to receive tenders for food, goods and services.
To fight hunger worldwide, WFP relies on a strong supply chain of reliable and reputable suppliers. All potential suppliers applying to the WFP Registered Supplier Roster must submit their registration through the United Nations Global Marketplace (UNGM) portal -- www.ungm.org. Submitting an application through the UNGM portal does not imply that the requesting supplier will automatically be inserted into the WFP supplier database.
Registration will depend on WFP's evaluation of a company's experience, its ability to perform and its financial soundness. WFP reserves the right to publicly post the details of tender awards, including the supplier's name and total contract value.
To be considered for registration, potential food and goods and services suppliers must provide correct and reliable information and ensure that the commodities, items and services offered are within WFP requirements.
What does registration on the WFP Supplier Roster mean?
Suppliers will only be invited to tender for the specific commodities, items or services they are registered for.
Registration status is not indefinite. WFP reserves the right to remove a vendor from its database in the event of poor performance or non-competitive offers.
How to Register with WFP
Prior to registering on the UNGM portal, please read the guidelines on Doing Business with WFP to understand the criteria for suppliers registration and qualification.
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