Become a Supplier to Elections Canada
Interested in Becoming a Supplier to Elections Canada?
Elections Canada is committed to enhancing electors’ experiences in the areas of voting services, voter registration and voter information. Suppliers play a critical role in helping Elections Canada fulfill its mandate, and of particular interest are products and services that would contribute to improving the accessibility, reach, convenience and effectiveness of new products and services to electors.
Interested suppliers are invited to complete our Product/Service Submission Form with details of products and services that could be of interest:
We ask that suppliers avoid contacting Elections Canada personnel directly about their product and service offerings as they will be directed to this webpage. The completion of the form will allow any information submitted to be directed to the appropriate Elections Canada personnel.
What are Elections Canada Supplier Engagement Days?
From time to time, Elections Canada hosts Supplier Engagement Days to provide an opportunity for suppliers to learn more about future Elections Canada requirements. Suppliers offering relevant products and services will be provided the opportunity to register by completing Product/Service Submission Form with details of products and services that could be of interest and may be invited to deliver a presentation or demonstration. A notice (Letter of Interest) about Supplier Engagement Days and the areas of interest will be published on the government electronic tendering system website (buyandsell.gc.ca). This information will be updated as new information becomes available.
Due to anticipated high demand, unfortunately, if a product or service does not fall within a specific area of interest, it may not be possible to include it in a Supplier Engagement Day.
Procurement and Contracting at Elections Canada
Elections Canada's procurement and contracting activities are conducted in a manner that: complies with the applicable laws, government policies and trade agreements; withstands public scrutiny in matters of prudence and honesty, facilitates access, encourages competition and reflects fairness while achieving best value; and meets Elections Canada requirements. Contracting opportunities do not constitute offers of employment.
Current Contracting Opportunities and Requests for Information (RFIs) can be found on BuyandSell.gc.ca/tenders.