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Selling to governments

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If you own or manage a business and would like to be a government supplier, you need to be prepared.

This information helps you understand the procurement process, access resources and tools and find opportunities for selling your products or services.

  1. How to
  2. Calls for tenders and promotion of your products and services
  3. Filing a complaint

1. How to

  • Supply arrangements 

    Become a pre-qualified supplier for the Government of Canada for certain goods and services.

  • What the government buys 

    From airplanes to paper clips, the Government of Canada buys many products and services. Learn more about what you can sell to the Government of Canada.

  • Standing offers 

    Register for a standing offer with the Government of Canada to get a chance to sell your goods or services to government departments.

2. Calls for tenders and promotion of your products and services

3. Filing a complaint

Office of the Procurement Ombudsman

  • 400-410 Laurier Avenue West
  • Ottawa, Ontario
  • K1R 1B7

Services offered:  Reception and review of complaints on public procurement contracts - Dispute resolution service for disputes between suppliers and federal departments.

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