We would like to thank everyone who attended our 2017 Forum in Ottawa. Your attendance and active participation contributed in making this event a success. We also want to thank our sponsors for their precious contribution.
We are looking forward to seeing you all in Whitehorse, Yukon from September 16 to 19, 2018. Stay tuned for more details on the 20th edition of our Forum !!
CPPC is glad to welcome new members within the organization !!
Welcome to Derek McKee who is a researcher interested in public procurement. Also, welcome to Champlain Health Supply Services. CHSS Vendor management enables the building of relationships with suppliers and service providers that will strengthen both businesses. Finally, the Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21 is the other agency that joined us recently. The Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21 is committed to procure goods and services based on best overall value.
Welcome again, we’re happy to have you with us !
CPPC wants to take the time to welcome new members within the organization.
First of all, welcome to the City of Barrie. The City is committed to securing the best products and services at the most competitive prices. They strive to provide significant value to all of their stakeholders and set standards of excellence within the municipal sector; while supporting Council’s Responsible Spending objective. Second of all, please welcome the Regional Municipality of Durham which its mission is to meet the needs of the Durham community through leadership, co-operation and service excellence. Mount Allison University is the other agency that we welcomed with us recently. Their goal is to ensure that the University procurement process and their relationship with employees and suppliers is executed professionally, correctly, efficiently, ethically, transparently and inexpensively. The sooner that they are involved with your project/acquisition, the more confident you can be in a smooth and efficient outcome.