Government of Canada's Integrity Regime
The Government of Canada is committed to open, fair and transparent contracts and real property agreements. Learn how a strong government-wide integrity regime ensures that we conduct business with ethical suppliers in Canada and abroad. Through this, we foster ethical business practices, ensure due process for suppliers and uphold the public trust in the procurement process.
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Learn how a strong government-wide integrity regime ensures that we do business with ethical suppliers in Canada and abroad.
Complete the integrity declaration, subcontractor exemption and subcontractor verification request forms.
This policy sets out why the Integrity Regime may declare a supplier ineligible or suspended from doing business with the government. Consult the protocols and processes that are in place to ensure we only do business with ethical suppliers.
Gain a clearer understanding of the policy. Learn which offences and charges may lead to ineligibility or suspension. Understand the responsibilities of suppliers toward their affiliates and subcontractors.
Departments and agencies can consult the latest policy directives as well as the federal institutions to which the Integrity Regime applies.
The Integrity Regime provides occasional bulletins to help clarify information in the Ineligibility and Suspension Policy.
Consult the provisions found in procurement and real property instruments that refer to the Ineligibility and Suspension Policy.
Browse the list of departments and agencies that participate in the regime.
Departments and agencies can consult the list of companies that cannot be awarded a contract or real property agreement.
Departments and agencies can consult the list of companies that require additional caution before being awarded a contract.
Suppliers can apply for an advanced determination, inquire about a reassessment and ask questions about the Integrity Regime or its policies.
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