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You had the responsibility to perform due diligence on the background of the suppliers. You should have made telephone calls to the suppliers, visited the location of the suppliers’ companies, and requested references. (...) Rather, said manual provides that potential suppliers may be pre-qualified and placed on a list of pre-approved suppliers (sec. 5.0), therefore suggesting that a supplier may be used repeatedly. 47. (...) Firstly, there is no support for the Organization’s assertion that the Applicant had an obligation to ensure that the suppliers provided valid and independent bids and, for this purpose, to perform due diligence on the background of suppliers by making telephone calls to suppliers, visiting their location and requesting references.
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Score: 1079880.1 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2016-017.pdf
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Specifically, it was found that he failed to disclose that his brother, TTN, was one of two owners of a truck with the registration number KCG XXX that was often subcontracted by UNHCR suppliers. 27. There is no dispute that TTN and the Applicant are brothers. (...) These documents provided clear and convincing evidence of the Applicant’s knowledge of his brother’s involvement with the use of the truck by contracted UNHCR suppliers. Knowledge of such involvement is not factually the same as knowledge of ownership. (...) This is evident from the fact that initially, the information being investigated included an allegation that the Applicant worked to secure preferential treatment for Allied, which was a UNHCR supplier using his brother’s truck to fulfil contracted services.
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Score: 1019665.4 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2022-126.pdf
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He bore no responsibility for the invitation to bid, the assessment of the bids or the selection of the supplier. The Logistics Assistant in Abbottabad was the sole person responsible for the invitation to bid; he was also the one who received the three quotations, which all bore the same date, and who contacted the suppliers to provide the quotations. (...) The second instance of misconduct was to have asked a local supplier to submit his own quotation for the installation of the generator and informing him of the amounts of the three quotations already submitted. It is clear that, in light of his functions, the Applicant engaged in misconduct by letting a supplier know the amounts of the quotations provided by his competitors.
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Score: 1013125.9 - www.un.org/en/internalj...t/judgments/undt-2011-207e.pdf
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This is confirmed by the complaint lodged by the Applicant’s suppliers against him after he approached them under the auspices of BINUB to be provided with construction material. 41. (...) According to the Respondent, when the Applicant entered into a contract with Up Beat Marketing, his conduct reflected adversely on the Organization, as shown by the complaint lodged by his suppliers who referred to the Applicant as “a BINUB employee”. (...) Furthermore, the Tribunal notes that the Applicant did not pay for the materials, and the suppliers treated him as a 5 2010-UNAT-067.
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Score: 917384.4 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2014-001.pdf
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Supplier Resources | UN Procurement Division Skip to main content UN Procurement Division Search form Home Home Site Map Vendor Registration and Outreach Registration & Outreach Vendor Registration Doing Business with the UN Business Seminars UN Secretariat Registered Vendors Aviation Supplier Diversity Women Owned Businesses Business Opportunities Business Opportunities Acquisition Plans FAQ Complaints Solicitations Expression of Interest Request for Information Tender Opening Schedule Awards Awards Purchase Orders Contracts Statistics About Us UN Procurement Division About Us FAQ Contact Us Mobile App Complaints Employment Links to UN Organisations Policies and Regulations Procurement Manual The UN Global Compact UN Supplier Code of Conduct Conditions of Contracts Contact Us UN Procurement Division UN Peacekeeping Missions UN Political Missions UN Economic Commissions UN Tribunals UN Offices Away from HQ Supplier Resources The UN Secretariat Procurement Division (UN Secretariat) is pleased to offer to the world supplier community and particularly vendors from countries classified as developing or with economies in transition a new set of informational products. These informational tools are a part of the outreach efforts of the UN Secretariat to educate the global supplier community on doing business with the United Nations.
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Score: 856991.9 - https://www.un.org/Depts/ptd/b...portunities/supplier-resources
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UN Supplier Code of Conduct | UN Procurement Division Skip to main content UN Procurement Division Search form Home Home Site Map Vendor Registration and Outreach Registration & Outreach Vendor Registration Doing Business with the UN Business Seminars UN Secretariat Registered Vendors Aviation Supplier Diversity Women Owned Businesses Business Opportunities Business Opportunities Acquisition Plans FAQ Complaints Solicitations Expression of Interest Request for Information Tender Opening Schedule Awards Awards Purchase Orders Contracts Statistics About Us UN Procurement Division About Us FAQ Contact Us Mobile App Complaints Employment Links to UN Organisations Policies and Regulations Procurement Manual The UN Global Compact UN Supplier Code of Conduct Conditions of Contracts Contact Us UN Procurement Division UN Peacekeeping Missions UN Political Missions UN Economic Commissions UN Tribunals UN Offices Away from HQ UN Supplier Code of Conduct Companies doing business with the United Nations are required to accept and comply with the UN Supplier Code of Conduct. (...) Please use the links below to view or download Rev.06 of the UN Supplier Code of Conduct, which was approved by the High Level Committee on Management – Procurement Network on 9 April 2018.    
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Score: 854787.3 - https://www.un.org/Depts/ptd/a...ut-us/un-supplier-code-conduct
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Release of revised UN Supplier Code of Conduct | UN Procurement Division Skip to main content UN Procurement Division Search form Home Home Site Map Vendor Registration and Outreach Registration & Outreach Vendor Registration Doing Business with the UN Business Seminars UN Secretariat Registered Vendors Aviation Supplier Diversity Women Owned Businesses Business Opportunities Business Opportunities Acquisition Plans FAQ Complaints Solicitations Expression of Interest Request for Information Tender Opening Schedule Awards Awards Purchase Orders Contracts Statistics About Us UN Procurement Division About Us FAQ Contact Us Mobile App Complaints Employment Links to UN Organisations Policies and Regulations Procurement Manual The UN Global Compact UN Supplier Code of Conduct Conditions of Contracts Contact Us UN Procurement Division UN Peacekeeping Missions UN Political Missions UN Economic Commissions UN Tribunals UN Offices Away from HQ Release of revised UN Supplier Code of Conduct Tuesday, 10 April 2018 The High Level Committee on Management – Procurement Network has approved Rev.06 of the UN Supplier Code of Conduct on 9 April 2018.
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Score: 850728.6 - https://www.un.org/Depts/ptd/b...vised-un-supplier-code-conduct
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Preferential treatment for services and service suppliers | LDC Portal - International Support Measures for Least Developed Countries Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation Language: عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español LDC Portal - International Support Measures for Least Developed Countries Search form A-Z Site Index Search Toggle navigation Home Trade-related support for LDCs Financial and technical cooperation Support for LDC participation in international forums Support for LDC graduation (Gradjet) Organizations LDC library LDC News and Events Events archive News archive About Home Trade-related support for LDCs Preferential treatment for services and service suppliers Preferential treatment for services and service suppliers The main LDC-specific market access preferences in services are those granted under the decision adopted by WTO Members in 2011 known as the “services waiver” (Decision on preferential treatment to services and services suppliers of LDCs – WT/L/847 – adopted by the 8th Ministerial Conference of the WTO, 2011).  The decision allows WTO Members to grant to LDC services or service suppliers preferential treatment that would otherwise be inconsistent with Article II (most favoured nation treatment) of the GATS.  (...) Trade-related support for LDCs Preferential market access for goods Preferential treatment for services and service suppliers Special treatment regarding obligations and flexibilities under WTO rules Special treatment regarding obligations and flexibilities under regional agreements Trade-related technical assistance and capacity-building For more information WTO, “Trade in services and the LDCs” (includes links to the services waiver and related decisions) List of notifications (WTO) UNCTAD, “Effective Market Access for Least Developed Countries’ services exports” (2020)  (PDF) International Trade Center (ITC) page on the LDC Services Waiver and seminar series (2015) Donate facebook twitter youtube flickr instagram Footer A-Z Site Index Contact Copyright FAQ Fraud Alert Privacy Notice Terms of Use
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Score: 833349.4 - https://www.un.org/ldcportal/c...services-and-service-suppliers
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Preferential treatment for services and service suppliers | LDC Portal - International Support Measures for Least Developed Countries Skip to main content Welcome to the United Nations Toggle navigation Language: عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español LDC Portal - International Support Measures for Least Developed Countries Search form A-Z Site Index Search Toggle navigation Home Trade-related support for LDCs Financial and technical cooperation Support for LDC participation in international forums Support for LDC graduation (Gradjet) Organizations LDC library LDC News and Events Events archive News archive About Home Trade-related support for LDCs Preferential treatment for services and service suppliers Preferential treatment for services and service suppliers The main LDC-specific market access preferences in services are those granted under the decision adopted by WTO Members in 2011 known as the “services waiver” (Decision on preferential treatment to services and services suppliers of LDCs – WT/L/847 – adopted by the 8th Ministerial Conference of the WTO, 2011).  The decision allows WTO Members to grant to LDC services or service suppliers preferential treatment that would otherwise be inconsistent with Article II (most favoured nation treatment) of the GATS.  (...) Trade-related support for LDCs Preferential market access for goods Preferential treatment for services and service suppliers Special treatment regarding obligations and flexibilities under WTO rules Special treatment regarding obligations and flexibilities under regional agreements Trade-related technical assistance and capacity-building For more information WTO, “Trade in services and the LDCs” (includes links to the services waiver and related decisions) List of notifications (WTO) UNCTAD, “Effective Market Access for Least Developed Countries’ services exports” (2020)  (PDF) International Trade Center (ITC) page on the LDC Services Waiver and seminar series (2015) Donate facebook twitter youtube flickr instagram Footer A-Z Site Index Contact Copyright FAQ Fraud Alert Privacy Notice Terms of Use
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Score: 833349.4 - https://www.un.org/ldcportal/node/768
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Supplier Diversity: Women Owned Businesses (WOB) | UN Procurement Division Skip to main content UN Procurement Division Search form Home Home Site Map Vendor Registration and Outreach Registration & Outreach Vendor Registration Doing Business with the UN Business Seminars UN Secretariat Registered Vendors Aviation Supplier Diversity Women Owned Businesses Business Opportunities Business Opportunities Acquisition Plans FAQ Complaints Solicitations Expression of Interest Request for Information Tender Opening Schedule Awards Awards Purchase Orders Contracts Statistics About Us UN Procurement Division About Us FAQ Contact Us Mobile App Complaints Employment Links to UN Organisations Policies and Regulations Procurement Manual The UN Global Compact UN Supplier Code of Conduct Conditions of Contracts Contact Us UN Procurement Division UN Peacekeeping Missions UN Political Missions UN Economic Commissions UN Tribunals UN Offices Away from HQ Supplier Diversity: Women Owned Businesses (WOB) WOMEN OWNED BUSINESSES The UN Secretariat is dedicated to providing opportunities to Women Owned Businesses, in line with Sustainable Development Goal #5 – of achieving gender equality and empowering all women and girls. (...) UNITED NATIONS SECRETARIAT INITIATIVES FOR WOMEN OWNED BUSINESSES Capacity Building for Women Owned Businesses Women's Empowerment Principles initiative for UN Secretariat Suppliers   FURTHER INFORMATION AND RESOURCES Information about WEConnect International can be found at:  www.weconnectinternational.org Information about UN upcoming business seminars can be found at: https://www.un.org/Depts/ptd/business-seminar United Nations Global Marketplace - https://www.ungm.org/ More about Sustainable Development Goal #5: https://sdgs.un.org/goals/goal5 UN Women:  https://www.unwomen.org/en      Home Site Map Mobile App Contact Us Vendor Registration Business Seminar About Us Employment Terms of use UN Website Doing Business with the UN The UN Global Compact 405 East 42nd Street              New York, NY 10017              General Info.: +1-212-963-1127              Fax No.: +1-212-963-9858 Copyright © 2014-2021 UN Procurement Division.
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Score: 830320.4 - https://www.un.org/Depts/ptd/women-owned-businesses
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