Why join the Canadian Public Procurement Council?

The CPPC is the leading organization for the public procurement community in Canada. We are a membership-led and supported organization and we value the support and involvement of our members.

As a member of the CPPC, you will be able to:

  • make direct contact with other public procurement organizations in your sector and at other levels of government across the country;
  • share your knowledge and experience in public procurement;
  • exchange ideas and information within the profession, in an effort to develop leading practices for the public sector procurement community;
  • profile your organization and the initiatives you are taking with your procurement team;
  • access methods and tools being used by other public procurement practitioners;
  • find the materials and contacts to enable you to develop both professionally and personally.
  • The Canadian Public Procurement Council is a non-profit organization. As such, your annual membership fees go directly to the development of a wide range of initiatives for the support of the public procurement community in Canada.

    As a member of CPPC, you receive…

  • invitations to workshops, seminars and briefing sessions with key players in the public procurement community in Canada;
  • the CPPC job board for posting new positions in your organization or for notification of new job opportunities available to further your career;
  • quick links to organizations that can provide support to your day-to-day challenges;
  • contact details available immediately for other public procurement professionals through the membership directory;
  • opportunities to be involved in reviewing new documents, research reports and best practice presentations on public procurement in their developmental stages;
  • reference material and tools made available to members only through the CPPC website;
  • a complimentary subscription to Summit, Canada’s magazine on public sector purchasing, graciously provided by The Summit Group;
  • financial savings for your organization for the Canadian Public Procurement Forum
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