Security requirements for contracting with the Government of Canada
Planning to bid or work on a government contract with security requirements? Find out how to obtain security screening and comply with contract security requirements through Public Services and Procurement Canada.
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New to Public Services and Procurement Canada's Contract Security Program? Start here with an introduction to the government security screening process: learn about the types and levels of security required for safeguarding sensitive information, assets and work sites.
Looking to meet security requirements in a contract? Learn how to begin by registering and security screening your organization.
Once your organization is registered, find out how to security screen your employees.
For organizations registered in Public Services and Procurement Canada's Contract Security Program, learn the security requirements for your work site, information and assets when working on sensitive government contracts.
Organizations must ensure that subcontractors obtain the required security screening before working on contracts with security requirements. Find out how the process works.
Is your organization thinking about contracting or subcontracting with a foreign government or business? Find out how Public Services and Procurement Canada's Contract Security Program can help your organization get the security clearance it needs to compete in the global marketplace.
A reference manual detailing the requirements that private sector organizations must follow for safeguarding government information and assets provided to, or produced by, organizations awarded a government contract with security requirements.
Training and webinars for organizations bidding and working on government contracts with security requirements.
Tools to help your organization navigate the screening processes and comply with the requirements of Public Services and Procurement Canada's Contract Security Program.
Get news about changes to government contract security requirements from Public Services and Procurement Canada's Contract Security Program.
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