procurement

The Liberal government is thinking about using its massive purchasing power to support women in business.
On July 1, while most Ottawa residents were focused on celebrating Canada’s 150th birthday, the Canadian Free Trade Agreement quietly came into force.
For anyone hoping the Liberal government plans to blow up Canada's much-maligned military procurement system, Patrick Finn has some advice: Don't hold your breath.
A new study that shows fewer than one in 10 small and medium-sized Canadian enterprises does business with the federal government should be a wakeup call to companies looking for avenues
A company that lost a $428-million federal contract in 2007 is calling on Canada's top court to weigh in on the long-run
Changes to government procurement were among the highlights of Wednesday’s budget for local businesses alongside cash for technology firms across the country.
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
For months, MPs have heard a message repeated by representatives from a variety of sectors: the hassles that come along with selling to Public Works is discouraging small and medium-sized businesses…