However, he maintained that Al Ghurair, the Dubai-based ballots printer that Nasa wants out of the repeat poll, would still print election materials.
The fresh procurement, he said, would be overseen by the United Nations Development Programme who had offered to help.
IEBC chief executive Ezra Chiloba says he will not resign in the wake of opposition demos to force him out of office.
Mr Chiloba on Tuesday reiterated that he is focused on overseeing preparation of the repeat presidential poll set for October 26.
He spoke as National Super Alliance (Nasa) supporters demonstrated outside IEBC headquarters in Nairobi.
Through the window, he watched the protesters chanting anti-IEBC slogans as they demonstrated around Anniversary Towers.
The Raila-Odinga-led coalition has accused the CEO and his technical team of bungling the election in favour of President Kenyatta, a claim he has denied.