< PrevNext > 14. The World Bank Washington, D.C. Share 2016 U.S.-Booked Air Volume: $177 million2016 Global Air Volume: $255.7 millionPrincipal Global Air Suppliers: United/Lufthansa JV, Delta/Air France-KLM JV, Qatar AirwaysPrincipal Hotel Suppliers: Independent, MarriottPrincipal Online Booking Tools: e-Travel Management, GetTherePrincipal Card Supplier: BMO MasterCard Diners ClubPrincipal Expense Supplier: SAPConsolidated U.S. TMC: Amex GBTThe World Bank concluded the first phase of an RFP process to consolidate global travel management companies in 2016. Travel for 69 of 180 countries was consolidated under American Express Global Business Travel, BCD Travel, HRG/Rennies Travel in South Africa and SOTC Travel Services in India. This year, the organization will stabilize travel under those TMCs and implement the second phase of its RFP process to cover an additional 85 countries. The World Bank also will initiate an RFP for a North America TMC. U.S.-booked air volume declined about 4 percent in 2016, down $8 million. It expects a $7 million decline this year. Ninety-eight percent of U.S.-point-of-sale bookings were for international travel. Just 3 percent of U.S.-booked air spend went through preferred online tools. The bank has a single travel policy globally. The World Bank is made up of 188 member countries. The organization's goal is to provide financial and technical assistance to developing countries to reduce poverty and support sustainable development.