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1 - Introduction to Public Sector Procurement
Publicly funded organizations are legislated to adopt procurement practices that are fair, open, and transparent and demonstrate value for money. Participants will learn public sector procurement fundamentals that ensure institutions comply with these principles. This one day workshop provides a comprehensive overview of relevant legislations and the distinct attributes of public sector procurement processes. The workshop will ensure you understand: how case law and Commissions influence public procurement; solicitation and evaluation methods and eProcurement tools for public sector. Additionally, participants will be introduced to alternative procurement approaches that align with construction related projects.
- History and Laws of Public Procurement in Canada
- Influence of Gomery and Bellamy Commissions
- Differences between Government Agencies
- Procurement Strategies
- Tools of the Trade
- What is an RFP and how it is used
- Negotiable RFP’s
- Contract Monitoring
- Eddy Jin
Who Should Attend
This course is for municipal civil servants who are developing functional expertise in procurement, construction procurement, and contracts.
Accessing the pre-recorded workshop
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