The vendors listed below are (a) ineligible to receive Bank Group contract awards or to bid on Bank Group solicitations for the period listed, (b) excluded from conducting business with the Bank Group as agents or representatives of other vendors for the period listed, and (c) precluded from having discussions with the Bank Group concerning the awarding of contracts for the period listed because they were found to be non-responsible under the World Bank Vendor Eligibility Policy. The determination of non-responsibility is made through an administrative process that permits the vendor to provide information showing that they are responsible. The non-responsibility determination extends to all affiliates of the vendor, unless otherwise noted below.
An entity is an affiliate of another entity if: (i) Either entity controls or has the power to control the other; or (ii) A third party controls or has the power to control both entities. Indications of control include, but are not limited to, interlocking management or ownership, identity of interests among family members, shared facilities and equipment, common use of employees, or a business entity organized following the suspension or determination of non-responsibility of a vendor that has the same or similar management, ownership, or principal employees as the vendor that was suspended or deemed non-responsible.
16 OCT 2014
|Engaged in fraud and collusion in conjunction with WBG procurement tenders.|
|JM Capital Africa LTD.|
|South Africa||16 OCT 2014|
|Submitting false invoices and claiming reimbursement that exceeded actual expenses.|
|Muks Uganda Ltd.|
|Uganda||16 OCT 2014|
|Engaged in fraud in conjunction with WBG procurement tenders and submitting false invoices.|
|Pöyry Management Consulting Oy Finland (named entity only)**|
|Finland||20 JUN 2012|
|Submitting false invoices and providing improper benefits to WBG staff.|
* Many companies contract with the World Bank in headquarters through their US affiliates.
** Pöyry Management Consulting Oy Finland is the only entity subject to sanction.
World Bank Listing of Ineligible Firms
In addition, World Bank Corporate Procurement has also made the determination that the firms debarred under the World Bank Sanctions Board Procedures are non-responsible. To see the listing of the "Debarred Firms", go to the World Bank Listing of Ineligible Firms (Fraud and Corruption) website.
Questions regarding the eligibility of vendors should be referred to Corporate Procurement, BPSCP, (GProcurement@worldbank.org or 202-473-1118).