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Federal departments are moving their web content to Canada.ca. As a part of that process, proactive disclosure reports will become available through the Open Government portal.  During this transition, if a proactive disclosure report from a specific department is not yet available on the Open Government portal please refer to Proactive disclosure by department or agency where a copy can be found.  For any questions on this issue, please contact us at open-ouvert@tbs-sct.gc.ca .

About this information

As part of Canada’s second Action Plan on Open Government, the Government of Canada has committed to the disclosure of contracting data via a centralized, machine-readable database available to the public. Originally announced in Budget 2004, departments are required to disclose contracts and amendments valued over and under $10,000 in a manner outlined in the Guidelines on the Proactive Disclosure of Contracts. Amendments to the Access to Information Act codified the aforementioned reporting requirements with the Royal assent of Bill C-58 in June 2019.

Information on contracts issued/amended by or on behalf of federal institutions can be searched here using keyword, institution, quarter, and year.

The Treasury Board Contracting Policy outlines the rules and principles governing government contracting. The objective is to procure contracting of goods and services in a manner that enhances access, competition and fairness and results in best value to Canada. For further information on federal government procurement, please visit Buyandsell.gc.ca.

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Found 5916 record(s)

Other professional services not elsewhere specified

Vendor Name: WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY IN ST.LOUIS
Country of Origin: United States of America

Organization: Financial Consumer Agency of Canada

$52,042.97
2019-12-18

Other equipment and Parts

Vendor Name: BH NORTH AMERICA CORPORATION
Country of Origin: United States of America

Organization: Royal Canadian Mounted Police

$15,246.13
2019-12-17

Other equipment and Parts

Vendor Name: BH NORTH AMERICA CORPORATION
Country of Origin: United States of America

Organization: Royal Canadian Mounted Police

$63,798.10
2019-12-17

License/Maintenance fees for client software related to Distributed Computing Environment (DCE)

Vendor Name: OPSWAT INC.
Country of Origin: United States of America

Organization: Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada

$37,183.85
2019-11-28

License/Maintenance fees for operating system and utility software related to servers, storage, peripherals and components

Vendor Name: SECLORE INC.
Country of Origin: United States of America

Organization: Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada

$46,452.35
2019-11-22

Ammunition

Vendor Name: SUMMIT CANADA DISTRIBUTORS
Country of Origin: United States of America

Organization: Royal Canadian Mounted Police

$19,633.97
2019-11-22

Computer equipment related to distributed computing environment (DCE)-Desktop/personal/portable (includes all related parts and peripherals)

Vendor Name: ADVANCED CHIPPEWA TECHNOLOGIES INC.
Country of Origin: United States of America

Organization: Royal Canadian Mounted Police

$15,126.60
2019-11-22

Application software (including COTS) and application development and delivery software

Vendor Name: CARAHSOFT TECHNOLOGY CORP.
Country of Origin: United States of America

Organization: Royal Canadian Mounted Police

$21,614.46
2019-11-15

Miscellaneous vehicles parts, incl. tires and tube

Vendor Name: MOTION MICRO SOLUTIONS INC.
Country of Origin: United States of America

Organization: Canadian Space Agency

$11,895.92
2019-11-14

Inorganic and organic chemicals, incl plastics, ru

Vendor Name: COLLABORATIVE TESTING SERVICES, INC
Country of Origin: United States of America

Organization: Royal Canadian Mounted Police

$11,292.96
2019-10-23

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