For Businesses

Attention! Are you a business that can supply products and services in support of Canada’s response to COVID-19?

Canada wants to hear from you. Find out more here.

The Canada-United States-Mexico Agreement (CUSMA) replaced the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) on July 1, 2020. Canadian procurements are not subject to any procurement obligations under CUSMA.

Find information, tools and help to complete the tasks related to selling to the Government of Canada such as understanding how to sell to the government, registering your business, or finding seminars on doing business with the government.

Top Tasks


Request your own Supplier Contract History Letter. This is a useful service if you need proof of having done business with the Government of Canada, for example if you want to bid on international opportunities.

Find SOSA information quickly

Are you looking for a quick and easy way to find information on active standing offers or supply arrangements, or to find out when they expire? The new Snapshot of SOSA data makes it fast and easy to find just what you are looking for!

UNSPSC will replace the GSIN

Coming in 2020, the United Nations Standard Products and Services Code (UNSPSC) will replace the Goods and Services Identification Numbers (GSIN) codes. There is no immediate impact to businesses or government buyers.

Direct deposit

The Government of Canada is committed to reducing the number of cheques issued and is promoting direct deposit as the fastest and most effective method of receiving payments. Businesses that supply goods and services to the Government of Canada should enrol in direct deposit for accounts payable, as well as for grants and contributions. Read more about direct deposit enrolment.

Buy surplus government property

View, bid and buy surplus government property from GCSurplus