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Operational Procurement

ADB procures goods, works, and services from external suppliers for its development projects and programs, and engages consultants to help prepare studies, appraisals, and reports.

Operations Procurement

The Procurement, Portfolio and Financial Management Department (PPFD) provides fiduciary oversight of procurement of goods, works, non-consulting and consulting services. PPFD supports ADB staff and borrowers on procurement planning and implementation, contract management, and related risk assessment and mitigation throughout the project life cycle. It also leads procurement and consulting services innovation and capacity building initiatives.

Goods, Works, and Non-Consulting Services

ADB extends loans and provides technical assistance to its developing member countries for a broad range of development projects and programs involving the procurement of goods, works, and services.

Consulting Services

ADB engages individual consultants and consulting entities to provide expert advice such as in contract preparation and project supervision, and to help ADB to prepare studies, appraisals, and reports.

Institutional Procurement

ADB's Office of Administrative Services (OAS) procures goods, works, and services necessary for institutional use in its headquarters and field offices to support its operations.

Business Opportunities

Projects and Tenders

See the list of ongoing and future procurement of goods, works, non-consulting, and consulting services.

Consultant Management System (CMS)

Get detailed information on consulting services requirements and send expression of interests for ADB-financed or administered projects.


Submit a complaint on a procurement or consulting process.

ADB Business Center

The ADB Business Center provides guidance for individuals and companies seeking consulting, project procurement and other business opportunities with ADB.

ADB Operations Procurement

For projects with concept papers approved on or after 1 July 2017

ADB's new procurement framework comprises a Procurement Policy and Procurement Regulations for ADB Borrowers. It modernizes project procurement processes through a principles-based approach, to meet the diverse needs of clients as ADB scales up its operations in line with Strategy 2030.

Guidance Notes on Procurement

Find detailed information on a range of topical procurement issues for borrowers, grant recipients, bidders, and civil society under ADB's new Procurement Policy.

Staff Instructions on Project Implementation

These staff instructions guide the principles-based application of the 2017 ADB Procurement Policy and Procurement Regulations for ADB Borrowers.

Additional Resources

For projects with concept papers approved before 1 July 2017

ADB's Procurement Guidelines and Guidelines on the Use of Consultants defined the policies and procedures for selecting, contracting, and monitoring suppliers of goods, works, and services for ADB-financed projects.

Project Administration Instructions (PAIs)

The PAIs outline the policies and procedures to be followed by ADB staff involved in the administration of ADB-financed loan and technical assistance projects.

Additional Resources

New Procurement Framework eLearning Modules

ADB's New Procurement Framework (NPF) eLearning Modules are designed to support ADB and its borrowers with using the NPF and tools that support best practice in procurement.

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Jul 2019

What are Alternative Procurement Arrangements or APAs?

Jun 2019

What is Strategic Procurement Planning?

14 Jan 2019

Major Features of ADB's Procurement Framework


General Inquiries

Procurement, Portfolio and Financial Management Department
ADB Headquarters, 6 ADB Avenue
Mandaluyong City 1550
Metro Manila, Philippines

Consulting Services

Procurement of Goods, Works, and Nonconsulting Services

Submit your feedback on ADB's new procurement framework