About Contract History

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What is Contract History?

Contract History is information about contracts awarded by Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC) since January 2009, on behalf of federal departments and agencies.The information includes supplier name and address, end user (department or agency), and contract value.

How do I use Contract History?

Read the Get Started with Contract History page to find out how.

How does Contract History work?

On Buyandsell.gc.ca, you can Download Contract History Data as bilingual open data or you can Search Contract History.

Contract History is organized by the official supplier names of tender awards issued by PWGSC. As well, on the search results page, it can be filtered using search facets, such as Good or Service, Department, or Supplier name.

How often is the data updated?

Contract History data is updated monthly.