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Procurement for EIB-financed projects

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The Bank’s policy is to ensure that its funds are used rationally, in the interests of the project it finances and in the interests of the EU. The Bank verifies that a fair process of international tendering takes place according to procedures set out in the EIB Guide to Procurement.

Calls for tender for EIB projects are listed in the Official Journal of the European Union. This is mandatory for all non-EU projects.

Should you wish to gain further information on a project, the EIB would invite you to contact the project promoter directly.

Project procurement complaints

The EIB Procurement Complaints Committee reviews the Bank's position relative to complaints arising from tendering of EIB-financed contracts for goods, works and consultant services in case a complaint against the Bank's action has been received.

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Tendering process for projects by the EIB for its own account:

More information is published under www.eib.org/procurement.

Please note:

The EIB does not keep an official list of consultants and suppliers.



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