Public procurement processes

The Public Information Library conducts its purchasing mainly to provide its readers with a variety of continuously updated versions of the multiple collections of works that it offers (monographs, periodicals, discs…) as well as the quality of their supports (binding, antitheft…).
The second area of public procurement for the Library, in the IT sector, is motivated by its concern for modern communications, not just in terms of the diversity of its digital document resources but also in terms of the technological means of access to information.
The Library also concludes public procurement contracts to successfully carry out its policy on cultural action.
Consult the consultation sections, application submissions and awards in order to obtain practical information relating to the public procurement procedure.
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Consulting opportunities

The public procurement contracts of the Bpi are consultable online on several dedicated sites.

Application submissions

All relevant information relating to applications for public procurement contracts.


Consult the list of public procurement contracts concluded by the Bpi.