The Canadian Public Procurement Council (CPPC) was established in September 1999 to be the leading resource for public procurement across Canada.
It was granted its letters patent and charter under the provisions of Part II of the Canadian Corporation Act on September 23, 1999. The most recent version of its bylaws was revised on October 26, 2000.
The mission of the CPPC is to:
…to the benefit of public procurement in Canada and the citizens it serves.
Our primary objectives
The CPPC is a non-profit corporation with the following primary objectives:
National Council for Public Procurement and Contracting
As of January 2010, CPPC is the newest member of the National Council for Public Procurement and Contracting (NCPPC), a North American organization of non-profit associations, serving the public procurement and contracting professions in Canada and the United States.
The NCPPC aims to support public procurement and contracting professionals through:
As a member, the CPPC has the opportunity to feed into this larger body of expertise in public procurement and contracting as well as to call on the experience and lessons learned of each of the other organizations in supporting its own membership. The international council will demonstrate the benefits of collaboration for the support of these two very important professional fields.
Other members of the NCPPC are:
The California Association of Public Purchasing Officers
The Florida Association of Public Purchasing Officers
The National Association of Educational Procurement, Inc.
The National Association of State Procurement Officials
The National Contract Management Association
The National Institute of Governmental Purchasing
The National Purchasing Institute