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Ontario government announces plans for centralized procurement

On March 18, 2019, the Ontario Treasury Board announced a plan to centralize the province’s public sector procurement and create a more efficient delivery process for goods and services.

 

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Proposed changes to anti-corruption rules for federal government procurement and real estate leasing

The federal government’s rules around the integrity of the procurement process also apply to real estate, in particular, the possibility that leases with the federal crown as tenant can be terminated for breach of anti-corruption provisions.

 

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Changes to the government of Canada’s procurement policies

On July 3, 2015, Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC) announced a new government-wide integrity regime for procurement and real property transactions. While the spirit of PWGSC’s “Ineligibility and Suspension Policy” is consistent with previous iterations of the federal government’s procurement practices, the contents of this policy are notably different.

 

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