Dear Colleague,

Thank you for registering for the International Law Institute webinar on Medical Procurement in Response to COVID-19, and Emergency Procurement and Special Considerations in Multilateral Development Bank Financed Operations. We hope that the webinar was helpful to you as you navigate through procurement issues during this period.

We have made the webinars available on-line at ILI COVID-19 WEBINAR SERIES.

Medical Procurement in Response to COVID-19

Emergency Procurement and Special Considerations in Multilateral Development Bank Financed Operations

There are two more webinars pertaining to procurement: Obtaining Procurement Integrity with Automation and Data Analytics and How Can We Protecting Whistleblowers.

ILI will be delivering the following courses on Procurement this year:

Medical Procurement and Supply Chain Management July 13-17 (on-line); October 19-23

International Public Procurement September 14 – October 2

Country Procurement Systems September 14-25

Procurement Audit October 12-16

Procurement Integrity: Preventing, Investigating, and Prosecuting Procurement Fraud October 12-16

We have developed a series of On-Line courses. If you register for an On-Line course, we will give you a scholarship of equal value for you to attend an in-person course at ILI in the future. ILI training courses can be found at

Stay well and we hope to see you in the future .

Chairman's Signature

Kim C. Phan
Executive Director


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