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.
Note: The call document purchasers list, which allows anyone to see who purchased a particular call document will no longer be available.
This is not a bid solicitation. This is notice to potential Respondents of an upcoming Request for Proposal (RFP) from the City of Toronto Employment & Social Services (TESS) division. The purpose of this RFP is to select qualified proponents for the delivery of career development, skill training and employment programs for individuals who are clients of TESS.
Toronto Parks, Forestry and Recreation (PFR) is a leader in the provision of community based recreation programs and services. Our current recreation solution system annually processes over 80,000 recreation programs and issues over 500,000 permits for parks and facilities, as well as provides bookings and point-of-sale services for a variety of other City divisions. However, this recreation registration and permitting system has reached its end of life. We are seeking a new system solution that will bring us to the forefront of innovation and will help to keep us there in the future. A Negotiable Request for Proposal (N-RFP 3401-17-0064) for the solution and the related professional services is currently being developed and will be issued in early spring 2017.
Notice for upcoming Request for Proposal (RFP) from the City of Toronto for the provision of a Commercial Off-the Shelf (COTS), Enterprise, Cloud-based, Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Solution. The purpose of this RFP is to select a qualified proponent of a Software as a Service (SaaS) Platform for the City of Toronto's vision of "Toronto at Your Service.”
The City of Toronto recently amended the Purchasing
By-law and Procurement Processes Policy effective January 1, 2017. For
more information see Changes to the Purchasing By-Law and Procurement Processes Policy.
This is not a bid solicitation. This is a notice to potential Respondents of an upcoming Tender for Replacement of the Pumping System and Other Existing Equipment for the Western Beaches Tunnel Project (the "Project"). It is anticipated that the Tender will be issued by the City of Toronto (“City”) in the spring/summer of 2017.
As part of the City of Toronto's ongoing commitment to health and safety, the City of Toronto is endorsing and adopting the Certificate of Recognition (CORTM) program as part of our construction contract management and construction tendering process. This is a great opportunity for the City of Toronto to reaffirm and demonstrate our commitment to safety and the provision of safe working environments for contractors, employees and residents.
Social procurement is the achievement of strategic social, economic and workforce development goals using an organization's process of purchasing goods and services. Learn more about the City's Social Procurement Program and how it aims to create jobs and drive economic growth in Toronto.
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.