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Sell to the Canadian Government links and information

Buying and Selling to the Canadian Government

The Government of Canada buys approximately $14 billion worth of goods and services every year from thousands of suppliers. There are over 100 departments, agencies, Crown Corporations, and Special Operating Agencies.

Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC) is the government’s largest purchasing organization, averaging 50,000 contracts totaling $8 billion annually. While PWGSC buys goods for most departments of the federal government, the departments buy most services themselves.

The basics on selling to the Government of Canada. [ http://www.tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca/app-acq/index-eng.html ]

MERX is Canada’s official, public-sector electronic tendering service. MERX has leveled the playing field so that businesses of any size can have easy, affordable access to billions of dollars in contracting opportunities with the federal government and participating provincial and municipal governments.

MERX Canadian Public Tenders is an easy, fast and efficient prospecting tool to help your business grow. New opportunities are listed daily from all levels of government including the Federal and Provincial Governments as well as the MASH sector (Municipal, Academic, School Boards and Hospitals) from across Canada. Take a look and see if there is an opportunity for you! [ http://www.merx.com/ ]

BC Bid – Every day, new bid opportunities are posted to BC Bid by the B.C. Public Sector. There is no charge to view or download bid documents.

[ http://www.bcbid.gov.bc.ca/open.dll/welcome?language=En ]