Welcome to the Advocacy Training and Resource Center’s (ATRC) Procurement Section, a comprehensive guide outlining the policies and procedures governing the acquisition of goods and services. Our approach is centered on promoting timely, efficient, and economical procurement within the framework of sound business practices. Applicable to all procurement actions, irrespective of funding source or payment method, our policies emphasize the principles of reasonability and necessity in all purchases.

At this section, we are dedicated to promoting transparency and accountability in our procurement processes. Here, we will regularly publish details of all procurement activities related to our purchases. By providing comprehensive insights into our procurement initiatives, we aim to foster an open and accessible platform that reflects our commitment to responsible and ethical business practices. Stay informed about our procurement activities as we strive for excellence and transparency in all aspects of our operations.

Reference NumberContract TitleOpening Date:Closing Date:Submission of Bids:Status:Other:
ITT 04/2024Printing Services for Property Rights Awareness Campaign- PIAKOS Project05 April 202426 April 2024ElectronicallyOpen N/A
ITT 02/2024Integrated Media Campaign for Property Rights Awareness - PIAKOS Project05 March 202426 March 2024ElectronicallyClosedN/A
PIAKOS 01/2024Call for Expression of Interest for PIAKOS Partners Based in KOSOVO25 January 202426 February 2024ElectronicallyClosedN/A
RFP 11/2023Mapping of the Community Property Needs – Baseline Data11 January 202425 January 2024ElectronicallyClosedContract Awarded
ITT 12/2023Vehicle Acquisition for PIAKOS Project Implementation26 December 202315 January 2023ElectronicallyClosedContract Awarded
RFP 11/2023Mapping of the Community Property Needs – Baseline Data13 December 202329 December 2023ElectronicallyCanceledExtended
PIAKOS 01/2023Multiple positions to Join PIAKOS Project Team in Kosovo01 December 202315 December 2023ElectronicallyClosedContract Awarded