The World Bank currently makes commitments of $60 billion/year and recent procurement reforms should make U.S. companies more competitive in the bidding process. So how can U.S. companies find World Bank-funded projects, bid on them, and win?
Here are four steps to help you get started:
- Review the World Bank web site to fully understand how the World Bank works with international projects.
- Consider focusing on a country or region in which you have already been successful.
- Sign up for project notices through the World Bank web site
Contact your local U.S. Commercial Service office which can put you in touch with our Commerce Department employees at the World Bank or the other multilateral development banks.
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