The City of Toronto represents one of the largest single purchasers of material, supplies, equipment and services in Ontario. Through open, fair, competitive and transparent municipal procurement processes, the City’s Purchasing and Materials Management Division provides the best value and service possible for public monies spent and maintains the highest standards of business ethics in dealing with suppliers.
A list of suspended contractors from City contracts for failure to comply with the City's purchasing policies.
Effective September 29th, the City of Toronto's, Purchasing & Materials Management Division, in consultation with our partner Division, (Social Development, Finance & Administration, SDF & A ), kicked off the pilot project for the posting of Divisional Request for Quotations. This pilot project includes the posting of low dollar value business opportunities and forms part of the City's Social Procurement Initiatives currently under development and implementation.
The City of Toronto will issue a Request for Proposal in the near future to select a Proponent for Engineering Services for Design, Services during Construction and Post Construction for the Integrated Pump Station Project at the Ashbridges Bay Treatment Plant.
The City of Toronto will issue a Request for Proposal to select a Proponent to roll-out an Enterprise workforce Time, Attendance and Scheduling Solution that integrates, leverages and complements Employee Scheduling and Time and Attendance Management with implementations for two pilot divisions, Emergency Medical Services(EMS) and Parks, Forestry and Recreation Divisions.
This is to advise that commencing October 1, 2013 all Tender call documents will contain a copy of the Contractor Performance Evaluation (CPE) Form. Please refer to Section 7, Titled "City Policies" of the Tender call document for more information. For more information, please visit the Contractor Performance Evaluation (CPE) Form page.
A Working Group was tasked with developing a social procurement framework that effectively aligns with existing City policies, practices, and experience, and builds from the experiences of other government jurisdictions across Canada and internationally.
Vanbots, a division of Carillion Construction Inc., has been selected by the City of Toronto as the General Contractor/Construction Manager to undertake the Union Station Revitalization Project.
The Purchasing Material & Management Division (PMMD) offers the following sessions: City of Toronto Purchasing Activity, Role of the Purchasing & Materials Management Division, Online Call Document System, The Bid Process, Purchase Orders or Contracts, Approvals to award contracts, and Invoicing.
The City of Toronto looks forward to doing business with you.
The City of Toronto and its valuable vendors are dedicated to equitable business practices. For more information on how to do business with The City, please view our Call Process.
City of Toronto Call Documents are available through the Online Call Document System.
Use the Online Call Document System to view call document summaries and purchase and download Professional Services, Goods & Services, Construction Services, Request for Proposals (RFPs), Request for Quotations (RFQs), Request for Expression of Interest (REOIs), and Tenders, and Offer to Purchase you are interested in.
All call documents will continue to be available for purchase and pick-up at Toronto City Hall, 19th floor, West Tower.
The Purchasing & Materials Management Division has developed a Vendor Registration System as part of the existing Online Call Document System.
The Vendor Registration System allows vendors to register their information in the database of the Online Call Document System so that they receive automatic notifications of new business opportunities posted to the Online Call Document System. There is no charge to register on this system.