Advancing socio-economic goals, increasing competition and fostering innovation

As the largest public buyer of goods and services, the Government of Canada can use its purchasing power for the greater good. We are using our purchasing power to contribute to socio-economic benefits for Canadians, increase competition in our procurements and foster innovation in Canada.

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Opportunities for under-represented groups

Supporting the participation of under-represented groups in procurement.

Protecting human rights in federal supply chains

Ensuring suppliers comply with international laws on labour and human rights.

Supporting participation of small and medium enterprises in federal procurement

Using data analysis to improve access to procurement.

Opportunities for Indigenous businesses

Increasing participation of Indigenous business in procurement.

Accessible procurement

Make federal procurement accessible by default.

Green procurement

Increasing environmental criteria in federal procurement.

Sustainment initiative

Transforming in-service support for military equipment and fleets.

Temporary help services social procurement pilot

Increasing the number of under-represented suppliers and Indigenous businesses in contracts for temporary help services.

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