The purpose of the Government of Canada’s procurement pricing is to ensure fair and reasonable pricing and a consistent approach, demonstrating sound stewardship of public funds and ensuring best value for Canada. The Pricing Framework consists of a suite of policies, guidance, and tools to support practitioners in making pricing decisions for government contracts to achieve this purpose.
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The Pricing Framework consists of a suite of policies, guidance, and tools that provide support for pricing in Government of Canada contracts. It exists to ensure that fair and reasonable pricing and a consistent approach is applied across all Government of Canada contracts and to contractors, demonstrating sound stewardship of public funds and ensuring best value for Canadians.
The Practitioner’s Guide for Procurement Pricing (“Pricing Guide”), is intended to be used as a tool for those involved in Government of Canada contracting to develop effective pricing.
Pricing Tools and Other Resources are available including tools and templates to support practitioners in procurement pricing.
The Pricing Guide is intended to remain evergreen by continuously seeking to learn and adapt to emerging practices and experiences through stakeholder consultations, independent studies, research, and international benchmarking.
Please provide comments and feedback to the PSPC Team, Procurement Support Services Sector – Pricing Practices and Guidance Group.