Doing Business With The U.S. Embassy
Companies wishing to do business with the U.S. Embassy should provide the Contracting Officer with a copy of a Vendor Registration Form, their references, company profile, brochures and catalogs in English. The documents should be in Acrobat PDF format and submitted to this email address: MuscatContracting@state.gov
- The Procurement Section of the U.S. Embassy is the only office authorized to place orders for goods and services on behalf of the U.S. Government. All orders from other persons are considered unauthorized and private, and the U.S. Government accepts no responsibility for paying these orders.
- The U.S. Embassy is required to provide vendors with a copy of a Purchase Order, Form OF-347 (PDF), or contract signed by the Contracting Officer for all orders valued above the equivalent of USD 500.00 (OMR 192.500). The Purchase Order/Contract is the official order, and vendors should not attempt to deliver goods/services prior to receiving one of these documents. The U.S. Government has no obligation to receive or pay for any goods/services without a valid contract.
- The Government does not make advance payments.
- Payment is made exclusively after receipt of the original invoice and delivery of goods/services.
- Payment is made in local currency by Electronic Funds Transfer (ETF).
- Invoicing instructions are available here.
The U.S. Embassy does business only with duly registered companies. If a company would like to do business with the U.S. Embassy, it must be able to present a copy of the company’s registration with CCR and DUNS.