UNOPS Vendor Sanctions

Vendors excluded from tenders issued by UNOPS and other agencies. The list is hosted by the UN Global Marketplace (UNGM) and separate from the UN security council sanctions.

Sanctions reasons include:

  • Corrupt practice: the offering, giving, receiving, or soliciting, directly or indirectly, anything of value to influence improperly the actions of another party.
  • Fraudulent practice: any act or omission, including a misrepresentation, that knowingly or recklessly misleads, or attempts to mislead, a party to obtain a financial or other benefit or to avoid an obligation.
  • Coercive practice: an act or omission that impairs or harms, or threatens to impair or harm, directly or indirectly, any party or the property of the party to improperly influence the actions of a party.
  • Collusive practice: an arrangement between two or more parties designed to achieve an improper purpose, including influencing improperly the actions of another party.
  • Unethical practice: conduct or behaviour that is contrary to the conflict of interest, gifts and hospitality, post-employment provisions or other published requirements of doing business with UNOPS.
  • Obstruction: acts or omissions by a vendor that prevent or hinder UNOPS from investigating instances of possible proscribed practices.

Data overview

Entity count:344 target entities · 528 searchable entities · 878 total
Entity types:
Legal entities344
40 countries · Show overview...
Publisher:United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS)

UNOPS provides infrastructure, procurement and project management services for a more sustainable world.

Source data:www.unops.org (HTML)
Collections:in Warrants and Criminal Entities · Due Diligence List
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File nameExport typeSize
entities.ftm.jsonFollowTheMoney entities432 kB
names.txtTarget names text file12 kB
source.htmlSource data206 kB
targets.nested.jsonTargets as nested JSON486 kB
targets.simple.csvTargets as simplified CSV105 kB

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Using the API

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Recent additions

The following targeted entities have been added to this data source most recently:

Dr. Saw Nay NweLegal entityMyanmar (Burma)
Mr. Oscar Arturo ScorzaLegal entityArgentina
Mr. Norberto Antonio Quesada SuazoLegal entityHonduras
Mr. Merelyn Fernando Giron ArevaloLegal entityHonduras
Mr. Arcel Mwamba KatambaLegal entityCongo - Kinshasa
Pacific Medical Industries LimitedLegal entityMyanmar (Burma)
Consultora Katistemi S. de R.L.Legal entityHonduras
Mr. Miguel Angel ServettoLegal entityArgentina
AA Medical Products LimitedLegal entityMyanmar (Burma)
Oscar Scorza Equipos y Servicios S.R.LLegal entityArgentina
Pyramide Engineering SarlLegal entityCongo - Kinshasa
SICA S.A.Legal entityArgentina
Conaser S. de R.L.Legal entityHonduras
Celestin MabunguLegal entityCongo - Kinshasa
Martin Lusambila Edi-YazolaLegal entityCongo - Kinshasa
Pascal Avuti TandemaLegal entityCongo - Kinshasa
Andre TabaroLegal entityCongo - Kinshasa
Nico Insurance Uganda Ltd.Legal entityUganda
Tayco LimitedLegal entitySouth Sudan
Wais EssaLegal entityAfghanistan
Association Nationale des Survivants de Mines et de Défense des Intérêts des Victimes (ANASDIV)Legal entityCongo - Kinshasa
SVS FineLegal entityIndia
Khalid PaimanLegal entityAfghanistan
Franklin ChagasLegal entityCape Verde