Dmitry Dovgopoly, director of procurement at the United Nations (UN), recently met with local economic operators in Douala, the economic capital of Cameroon, to encourage them to bid for tenders issued by the United Nations.
To do this, Dmitri Dovgopoly first explained to the economic operators met, the different procedures in force in the United Nations system, the first of which is to register as a service provider via the UN website. It is then necessary to be recognized as an economic operator by the State and to be in good standing with the tax authorities.
The potential supplier will then receive calls for tenders launched by the UN, to which he can apply and make his business prosper. For the UN procurement director, UN contracts are an excellent opportunity for Cameroonian economic operators, due to the existence of UN missions in countries such as the Central African Republic, The proximity with Cameroon is an asset for the potential service providers.