Public Services and Procurement Canada
Operating context

Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) plays a key enabling role in the daily operations of the Government of Canada as a provider of goods and services that help federal departments and agencies meet their mandated objectives. Our fundamental values of respect, integrity, excellence, and leadership guide the way we support the government, our people, and our communities.

With over 17,000 employees across the country, and offices located in communities from coast to coast to coast, we manage an annual budget of over $4 billion.

PSPC is an expert in a wide variety of fields, from professional purchasers to translators, from accountants to banking experts, and from architects and engineers to sustainable development experts. Our people manage a variety of programs and services and are our greatest asset.

In line with the government-wide Policy on Results, PSPC’s Departmental Results Framework outlines 5 core responsibilities:

Within these areas, priorities identified in the 2021 to 2022 Departmental Plan have guided our efforts.

In 2021 to 2022, the department made progress in fulfilling mandate commitments and key initiatives in support of Government of Canada priorities, and delivering results to Canadians. More information on mandate commitments can be found in the Minister’s mandate letter.

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