Procurement & Contracts
The ITER Organization's Procurement and Contract Division is responsible for procuring goods and services which ensure the best value for money for the Organization in a timely and efficient manner. The Procurement and Contract Division is committed to achieving a competitive, fair and transparent procurement process while ensuring quality and reliability.
The solicitation types issued by the Procurement and Contract Division to fulfil ITER Organization procurement process requirements are:
The official language of ITER Organization is English. Contracts and purchase orders concluded by the ITER Organization shall be in writing, concluded and normally drawn up in Euros.
The following documents govern the ITER Organization Procurement and Contract activities:
Regulations applying to the Cash Resources of the ITER Organization (Second Edition, June 2008)
Working Conditions on the ITER Organization Site (reference ITER_D_2EQ9JM v.1.1) (applicable to a Contractor working at the ITER Organization)
ITER Organization Internal Regulations(reference ITER_D_27WDZW v1.3)
CEA Cadarache Internal Regulations (in French) (in English) dated September 2001 related to health, safety, security and discipline (applicable to a Contractor working at CEA Cadarache)
On-Line Registration: Supplier on-line registration with ITER Organization is now available.
The aim of the supplier registration is to encourage new vendors of relevant goods and services to register with the Procurement and Contract Division of ITER Organization.
For general information or questions, please contact: email@example.com
Documents describing the general principles are available.
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WOIC: Welcome Office for International Companies
Any company who wishes to set up an activity outside the ITER site in the Provence Alpes-Côte d'Azur region can now ask for the support of the Welcome Office for International Companies (WOIC).
WOIC is the principal contact point for the whole PACA region. As WOIC is a public initiative in support of ITER, the services are totally free of charge for interested companies.
WOIC offers a large range of services including help in finding a site, getting acquainted with the economic context, obtaining financing, facilitating cooperation with local partners and finding personnel.
The contact point is: firstname.lastname@example.org. You can find out more about that WOIC at : www.woic.org