Attention! CanadaBuys is the new official source for Government of Canada tender and award notices. This means you can now search for and bid on tender opportunities posted on CanadaBuys.

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Information about Government of Canada procurement for Canadian businesses, as well as government buyers, materiel managers and procurement specialists.

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Tools and information to help your business find tender opportunities and participate in federal procurement.

Procurement Applications Supported by

Access the main procurement applications supported by to assist in viewing, creating and managing tender notices (TMA), as well as Standing Offers and Supply Arrangements (SOSA). Additionally, request and personalize your Supplier Contract History Letter for business needs.

Find Policy and Guidelines

Procurement activities are governed by a framework of regulations, trade agreements, policies, and guidelines. Find relevant information and conditions for procurement processes in the Supply Manual, the Standard Acquisition Clauses and Conditions (SACC) Manual and the Government of Canada's Integrity Regime.

Find your Good or Service

Find the Goods and Services Identification Number (GSIN) codes related to your business to navigate across procurement and contract data.

Learn how on Get Started with GSIN Codes page.

Find Standing Offers and Supply Arrangements

Access Standing Offers and Supply Arrangements (SOSA) to find PWGSC pre-qualified suppliers.

Businesses use SOSA to find your competition or possible bid partners and Government buyers find suppliers to help meet your needs.

Find Initiatives and Programs

Find information on policies, strategies and programs designed to improve and simplify the procurement process.

Find more Initiatives and Programs.

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Help For Businesses

Have questions?

If you need help understanding the federal procurement process or registering for a procurement business number, call the National InfoLine at 1-800-811-1148.

Procurement Complaints