In 2022, the state of New Hampshire won $1.3 million in contracts with the United Nations, a 3-fold increase compared to 2021. This established New Hampshire as one of the states with the largest percentage increases between years.
The majority of New Hampshire’s contracts were in the Management and Administrative Services sector ($1.2 million), with most of the remaining dollars ($146,111) attributed to Engineering and Research.
“It’s heartening to see New Hampshire’s expertise align with the life-saving work of the United Nations,” said Peter Yeo, President of the Better World Campaign, a DC-based nonprofit that supports a strong U.S.-UN relationship.
In 2022, the U.S. was the largest supplier of goods and services for UN agencies worldwide, with total procurement exceeding a record $2.36 billion. That total represents more than what the U.S. currently pays in assessed dues ($2.1 billion) for the UN’s regular and peacekeeping budgets.
More information on UN suppliers can be found at the UN Global Marketplace website.
See how UN procurement compares nationwide.