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  • GCSupply Manual sectionAccessible procurement

    https://buyandsell.gc.ca/policy-and-guidelines/supply-manual/section/1/61
    The updated Treasury Board Contracting Policy introduced accessibility requirements which came into effect on October 11, 2019. This change was announced through the Treasury Board Secretariat's Policy on the Planning and Management of Investments which ...
  • GCSupply Manual sectionExisting procurement instruments

    https://buyandsell.gc.ca/policy-and-guidelines/supply-manual/section/3/5
    Before determining a new method of supply for the requirement, the contracting officer should first ensure that the good or service is not already available from an existing procurement instrument. Clients should be encouraged to use mandatory or non ...
  • GCSupply Manual sectionProcurement best practices

    https://buyandsell.gc.ca/policy-and-guidelines/supply-manual/section/1/10/10
    Ensure integrity Contracting officers must ensure the integrity of the procurement process. If there is any doubt that what is being done (or asked by the client to be done) might bring the integrity of the process into question, the contracting officer ...
  • GCSupply Manual sectionCanadian Content Policy

    https://buyandsell.gc.ca/policy-and-guidelines/supply-manual/section/3/130
    The Canadian Content Policy is a Cabinet-mandated policy. It encourages industrial development in Canada by limiting, in specific circumstances, competition for government procurement opportunities to suppliers of Canadian goods and services. Application ...
  • GCSupply Manual sectionDetermining coverage under a trade agreement

    https://buyandsell.gc.ca/policy-and-guidelines/supply-manual/section/1/25/3
    Determine the value of the requisition. A procurement may be subject to a trade agreement if the estimated value in Canadian dollars (including options and applicable taxes) is equal to or greater than the applicable threshold. Current trade agreement ...
  • GCSupply Manual sectionAppendix B: Regret Letter to Unsuccessful Bidders/Offerors/Suppliers- Non-responsive Bid/Offer/Arrangement

    https://buyandsell.gc.ca/policy-and-guidelines/supply-manual/annex/7/1/2
    Note to contracting officer: Because the evaluation methodology for different procurement varies, this letter will have to be tailored to the individual requirement. This letter has been drafted assuming that the bid/offer/arrangement was declared non ...
  • GCSupply Manual sectionAnnex: Guidelines on procurement file organization and make-up

    https://buyandsell.gc.ca/policy-and-guidelines/supply-manual/annex/8/1
    Overview These guidelines are intended to help procurement staff in organizing their procurement files. Consistent filing methods allow for a more organized approach to procurement and ensure that anyone reviewing the file is able to locate documents with ...
  • GCSupply Manual sectionContract planning and advance approval instructions

    https://buyandsell.gc.ca/policy-and-guidelines/supply-manual/section/6/5/5/1
    Contracting officers must complete the Contract Planning and Advance Approval (CPAA) form and explain the procurement strategy. Contracting officers should include the following information, as applicable: proposal/description: state the action proposed ...
  • GCSupply Manual sectionAccessible procurement requirements

    https://buyandsell.gc.ca/policy-and-guidelines/supply-manual/section/4/15/6
    Contracting officers must ensure that value for money has been achieved for Canada. Value for money includes the consideration of many factors such as cost, performance, availability, quality and accessibility. Contracting officers must consider ...
  • GCSupply Manual sectionPlanning the procurement

    https://buyandsell.gc.ca/policy-and-guidelines/supply-manual/section/3/1/1
    A non-exhaustive list of some of the factors that the client and the contracting officer can take into account when developing the procurement strategy are listed as follows: the method of supply; total estimated cost including all options, as well as ...

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