Please examine the information on Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) financed awarded contracts.
A firm’s legal standing is defined by the place of registration. Worldwide, public procurement systems register contract awards based on the place of registration. MDBs, including the IDB, define eligibility or nationality of a company to bid for the contracts they finance in terms of the place of registration. Today, most multinational corporations register or incorporate in more than one country, thus appearing in statistics as nationally-registered or local firms.
This information on contracts comprises those in IDB-financed sovereign guaranteed and technical assistance operations and it is published in this web site for informative purposes only.
The information is provided by borrowers or beneficiaries for procurement processes under ex-ante review and is registered using the following criteria:

  • All contracts for public works, goods and services related to an International Competitive Bidding (ICB) process or contracts amounting to US$25,000 or more.
  • All consulting contracts, whether they be for consulting firms or individuals and irrespective of the amount.

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