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Selling to the Government

Information for Vendors

There are two key information sections for vendors who wish to sell to the Ontario government. 

The first covers the ministries and agencies in the province, known as OPS Ontario Public Service:  


 The second covers sales to organizations that form the Public Sector in general (BPS) such as municipalities, educational organizations and health centers:


 Vendors should review the sections, keeping in mind that the basic principles work for both, but specific regulations may differ.

Do business with the Ontario government


  • 2020 VisionSupply Chain Ontario (PDF)
  • Service of electronic licitation    BravoSolution
  • How to do business with the government of Ontario (PDF)
  • Foreign Trade Fair in Ontario

The details

  • Implementation Tools for broader organisations in the public sector
  • OntarioBuys Program
  •   Other resources
  • Provisioning ethical garments – Manufacturers responsible information Report
  • Requirements and FAQs on ethical purchase of garments  (PDF)
  • Extension of the Contractual Tax Accomplishment program (TCTC)
  • Customer definition OPS, BPS and PFO
  • Safety Evaluation process revised by contractor as of 30 november 2013 (PDF)
  •  Contractors Safety Evaluation Brochure (PDF)
  • Data Sheet on Electronic Verification Identity (EIV) (PDF)
  • FAQ about contractor’s safety detection  (PDF)
  • Consent Form of MGCS
  • Declaration  Form of MGCS and verification
  • Contractor Safety Authorization Transferability of an approved organization form
  • VOR Program – Three year perspective
  • Offer Dispute process

Additional Resources

  • Resources for Business
  • Purchasing opportunities  within Canada
  • Payments receivable and electronic notification request
  • Do business with a broader public sector of Ontario (BPS)
  • BPS Supply Chain Secretary
  • BPS Purchasing Directive (PDF)
  • BPS Expenses Directive
  • BPS Pre Requisite Directive

For Toronto

The City of Toronto regularly requests proposals for goods and services through its standard procurement process. For innovative, commercial ideas that will assist the City in achieving its goals, it welcomes unsolicited proposals from individuals or organizations


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