What does the Declined status mean?
The supplier’s registration is declined based on the information provided in the registration. It may be declined in the following cases:
The supplier's products and/or services do not match those procured by the UN organization.
The UN organization operates in very specific countries/areas, where the supplier does not do business.
The UN organization has very specific rules and regulations concerning the number of years which a supplier has been established, to be considered for a contract. For more information, read the: What are the registration statuses, and what do they mean? article.
Declined status at the Basic level
Suppliers who have registered on UNGM prior to November 2013 - on the former version of the UNGM site - may experience a Declined status with one or more UN organization(s) at the Basic level.
With the launch of the new version of UNGM, registration requirements for UN organizations have evolved. Due to the changes in registration requirements, the Declined status may no longer be applicable, and suppliers may be able to resubmit their registration for review.
Suppliers that have a Declined status at the Basic level are advised to contact UNGM using the contact form in the Help Center.
TIP: Suppliers may check their registration statuses from Manage Agency Submissions in the navigation menu.