Actual situation of the public procurement in Switzerland

Overview according to local or curatorial origin
Search detail Confederation (668)
Search detail Foreign country (19)
Search detail Aargau (182)
Search detail Appenzell I.Rh.  (9)

8 Invitations to tender
1 Awards
0 Other publications

Search detail Appenzell A.Rh. (4)

3 Invitations to tender
1 Awards
0 Other publications

Search detail Berne (463)
Search detail Basel-Landschaft (36)
Search detail Basel-Stadt (107)
Search detail Fribourg (78)
Search detail Geneva (184)
Search detail Glarus (6)

3 Invitations to tender
3 Awards
0 Other publications

Search detail Graubünden (146)
Search detail Jura (3)
Search detail Lucerne (79)
Search detail Neuchâtel (27)
Search detail Nidwalden (8)

3 Invitations to tender
5 Awards
0 Other publications

Search detail Obwalden (12)

11 Invitations to tender
1 Awards
0 Other publications

Search detail St.Gallen (148)
Search detail Schaffhausen (25)

21 Invitations to tender
4 Awards
0 Other publications

Search detail Solothurn (70)
Search detail Schwyz (26)

21 Invitations to tender
5 Awards
0 Other publications

Search detail Thurgau (38)
Search detail Ticino (112)
Search detail Uri (4)

3 Invitations to tender
1 Awards
0 Other publications

Search detail Vaud (199)
Search detail Valais (92)
Search detail Zug (14)
Search detail Zurich (467)

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Sustainable public procurement knowledge platform (PAP)

The PAP acts as a reference tool for issues relating to sustainable public procurement. It is available to interested procurement offices at all federal levels. In particular, the PAP supports the harmonised implementation of the revised public procurement legislation. The PAP is published by the Federal Procurement Conference (FPC) and the Coordination Group for Construction and Property Services (KBOB), in cooperation with the Swiss Conference of Directors of Public Works, Planning and Environmental Protection (DPPE), the Association of Swiss Communes (ASC) and the Swiss Union of Cities (SSV).

TRIAS handbook on public procurement

The TRIAS procurement handbook is now online at and is available in German, French and Italian.
To help you get started with the digital handbook and find answers to your questions quickly, an explainer video has been made that demonstrates use of the site.

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We wish you a good user experience with TRIAS and we encourage you to test the platform and report any potential improvements to We thank you in advance for your comments and advise you that the website will be updated regularly.

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Search here free of charge on-line for the current legal publications in : The electronic platform of public procurement is an electronic platform shared by the federal government, cantons and communes for public procurement purposes. It offers a simple procedure for public contract-awarding authorities to post their tenders and, if need be, any relevant tender documents. Bidders and companies interested are given an overview of all existing contracts across Switzerland and can download both the tenders and tender documents. They can ask any questions they may have directly on a question/answer forum on the portal. in own thing

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