The contractor will undertake a recladding project that will see Les Terrasses de la Chaudière's roofs, exterior brick wall and windows replaced
Public Services and Procurement Canada
The federal government will start rolling out its new electronic procurement system later this year, representing a sizeable shift in how Ottawa companies will do business with a major local buyer
Parliament Hill’s Centre Block building is set for closure next month, putting the capital’s most iconic structure under wraps for more than a decade
One of the other two bidders has asked the Federal Court to quash the feds' decision, saying Lockheed's design did not meet the navy's stated requirements
The contract for fixing the eight-year-old roof could be worth up to $250,000.
Top federal real estate official says he's 'highly supportive of a movement towards leasing,' rather than owning, office space.
The federal government is set to expand its downtown footprint after subleasing long-vacant space in the head office of the Export Development Corp.
A massive, unoccupied government building in downtown Ottawa is getting a complete overhaul, with a tender now out for the project.
The Sir John Carling Building sat on the land until it was imploded in 2014, but the demolition left behind a chemical residue that leaked into groundwater.
Representatives of both the public and private sector came together at Ottawa’s Westin Hotel on Thursday to break down the frustrating features of federal government procurement and to make suggest