Integrity Regime consultation: Expanding Canada's toolkit to address corporate wrongdoing
The Government of Canada invites you to participate in a consultation to help inform potential enhancements to the Integrity Regime.
This consultation takes place between September 25 and November 17, 2017 (11:59 pm Pacific time).
Purpose of this consultation
In July 2015, the Government of Canada introduced an Integrity Regime (regime) to help ensure it does business with ethical suppliers in Canada and abroad. The regime applies to contracts and real property agreements awarded by all federal departments and agencies under Schedule I, I.1 and II of the Financial Administration Act, with some exceptions.
The regime is a policy-based instrument (the Ineligibility and Suspension Policy). It is enforced through corresponding contractual clauses (that incorporate the policy by reference) and is administered by Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC).
After introducing the government-wide Integrity Regime over two years ago, it is useful to review whether it is achieving its objectives and whether it is efficient in doing so. Within the context of the government's procurement modernization initiative, this assessment is an opportunity to consider how the regime addresses new trends and risks in a constantly changing marketplace.
The Integrity Regime is designed to ensure that the government does business with ethical suppliers and incents further efforts by suppliers to ensure strong ethics and effective compliance frameworks.
The Government of Canada is looking for feedback from Canadians and all interested parties, including, but not limited to:
- industry associations
- current and potential suppliers to the Government of Canada
- professional organizations
- civil society organizations
- non-governmental organizations
How to participate
A discussion guide has been prepared for interested parties to review and comment on. The federal government is seeking stakeholder views on topics that would help frame possible enhancements to the Integrity Regime.
To participate in this consultation:
- review the discussion guide:
- provide feedback in any of the following ways:
- submit comments online
- send an email to email@example.com (write "Integrity Regime Consultation" in the email subject line)
- send comments to the address listed under Contact us
Protection of your privacy is important to us, the personal information on this consultation is collected on a voluntary basis. All personal identifiers are anonymized.
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