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Register as a Potential Supplier

Step 1: Creation of your UNGM Account

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After completing the following form, you will receive an activation email from UNGM containing an activation link:

  • Click on this link to activate your UNGM account
  • After activation, you will receive a second email with your UNGM username as well as you password enabling you to log into you UNGM account.
  • You then need to complete the UNGM Application Form to become a registered potential supplier to the United Nations

To ensure you receive all email correspondence from the UNGM Secretariat, please add in your address book.

 Your company details:
Company Name: *
Country: *
Your company has: *
You may be asked to provide documentation on your company’s export/international experience
 Your contact details:
Enter your contact details in order to receive the activation email. You will have the opportunity at a later stage to add more focal point(s) contact details.
Title: *
First name: *
Last name: *
Your email address: *
Your telephone number
Country code: *
Telephone number: *
 How did you hear about UNGM?
Select how did you hear about UNGM: *


The acceptance of UNGM applications is merely an acknowledgement that an application has been received by a UN organization. This DOES NOT mean that a UN organization necessarily approves the use of that company, nor does it mean that the particular UN organization endorses the use of any specific products of that company. Dependent upon products to be purchased companies may have to meet specific requirements (as set out by the various agencies). These requirements could be at both the company level and at the product level. As an example vaccines, diagnostics and pharmaceuticals requires pre-qualification against applicable WHO guidelines of the products as well as the manufacturing site(s). This pre-qualification is not included in the scope of UNGM.

No guarantees

It is important to note that registering on the UN Global Marketplace does not guarantee that your company will be invited to participate in UN tender opportunities. The UN Global Marketplace Secretariat recommends that you check tender opportunities regularly. Please refer to the Notices tab found under Suppliers in the top menu bar.

Zero tolerance policy

Please note that United Nations agencies participating in the UN Global Marketplace strictly enforces a policy of zero tolerance concerning unethical, unprofessional or fraudulent acts of UN contractors. Accordingly, any registered company that is found to have undertaken unethical, unprofessional or fraudulent activities will be suspended or forbidden from continuing business relations with the United Nations.