Procurement Services is responsible for the procurement of goods, services and construction with adherence to Board policies and procedures, the Broader Public Sector (BPS) Procurement Directive, trade agreements and best practices in the public sector. Procurement Services utilizes a strong Vendor Management program to maximize Vendor fit with Board requirements.
While supporting the board’s overall Strategic Plan, Procurement encompasses not only the actual buying but also collaborates with our internal clients in decision-making focusing on the principles of public procurement.
Below are the applicable policy and procedures:
- Policy 4005 – Procurement
- Procedure 4360 – Principles of Business Conduct for Board Employees
- Procedure 4570 – Procurement
For assistance, please forward your inquiry to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Competitive Bid Opportunities $10,000 – $100,000 CAD
Bid opportunities $10,000 – $100,000 CAD may be solicited through an “invitational” competitive procurement open to registered vendors.
Competitive Bid Opportunities above $100,000 CAD
Bid opportunities above $100,000 CAD will be solicited through the electronic bidding portal Bids & Tenders.
To become a registered vendor, see Vendor Registration.
WRDSB may also participate in co-operative procurements with various public entities, or buying groups. These may include, but are not limited to, Ontario Education Collaborative Marketplace, Ministry of Government and Consumer Services, and Grand River Cooperative Procurement Group.
Business Code of Conduct
We are committed to conducting business with the highest level of personal and corporate ethical standards at the forefront of our actions. A key ingredient in upholding this commitment is treating all suppliers in a fair and equitable manner.
Vendors interested in bidding on current or future Tenders can complete the web-based Vendor Registration application.
When logging into either site below, please make sure you are using a current browser i.e.: Google Chrome, Firefox, or version 6 (or newer) of Internet Explorer.
To become a Registered Software Vendor with the board, it is mandatory that your company responds in full compliance with the Mandatory Privacy and Security Standards. If your company cannot comply with any of the standards, your registration will be denied.
Once your business is registered, an acknowledgement notice will be sent to the email address in your submission. It is the responsibility of the Registered Vendor to update their information and adhere to expiry dates to stay current.
For assistance or to request a change in commodities or project size, please contact email@example.com.