Avoid Scams: Official Procurement emails from the U.S. Embassy in Beirut have an “@state.gov” address
All solicitation documents are free of charge. If you have difficulty downloading the solicitation documents, or need a hard copy mailed to you, please contact the Procurement & Contracting office by fax 961-4-544867 or email at ProcurementBeirut@state.gov
Provide full company contact information with every solicitation submission — address, telephone number, fax number, e-mail address, web page, etc.
It is mandatory that the company designate a liaison that speaks and writes English.
The contractor shall comply with all Security Requirements and Procedures regarding personnel that are designated to work on Embassy premises and residences.
There is one (1) solicitation:
- The U.S. Embassy Beirut, Lebanon has a requirement for a firm to provide telecommunications / cell phone services. The estimated number of lines is 478. The anticipated performance is for a base period of twelve months and four one-year periods at the option of the Government. For complete details regarding this requirement, go to www.fbo.gov and type 19LE2019R0007 in section “Keyword/Solicitation”. Check this website periodically for updates.
New Embassy Compound (NEC)
All inquiries related to the construction of the new U.S. embassy compound should be directed towards the contractor BL Harbert via the following email: Blhi.email@example.com.
Noise complaints: Complaints should be addressed to the Municipality of Awkar.