Policies, Reports and Interpretation Bulletins
As part of the Government of Canada's efforts to enable Aboriginal businesses to identify, compete for and win federal government contracts, Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada provides information both for Aboriginal businesses and federal public servants to encourage participation in the Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business.
PSAB Interpretation Bulletins
- Interpretation Bulletin - Roles and Responsibilities within the Government of Canada
- Interpretation Bulletin - Aboriginal Content
- Interpretation Bulletin - Mandatory Set-Aside
Treasury Board contracting policies establish the framework of the promotion of Aboriginal business in Canada. Policies include procurement guidelines, procurement policies, contracting policies, and incentives for Aboriginal businesses.
Treasury Board Contracting Policies
- Aboriginal Business Procurement Policy - Contracting Policy Notice 1996-10
- Aboriginal Business Procurement Policy - Contracting Policy Notice 1996-6
- Aboriginal Business Procurement Policy - Contracting Policy Notice 1996-2
- Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business: Guidelines for Buyers-Government Officials - Contracting Policy Notice 1997-6
- Procurement Reporting for Calendar Year 2011 (to be reported in 2012)
- Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat - Policy Notices and TB Circulars - Contracting
The Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business (PSAB) is an innovative and effective initiative that encourages Aboriginal businesses to pursue federal government contracting opportunities. It provides businesses with the potential for partnerships, joint ventures, strategic alliances, sub-contracting opportunities and business network development.
These reports detail the work departments, agencies and Aboriginal suppliers have done with PSAB and the results of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada's (AANDC's) interventions and advocacy initiatives.
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