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The Re-Open Saskatchewan plan was released on April 23rd.

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Corporate Procurement Committee

The Corporate Procurement Committee (CPC) consists of members from major Saskatchewan corporations representing:

  • Crown corporations;
  • government ministries; and
  • the private sector.

CPC members share procurement opportunities with Saskatchewan suppliers and aim to maximize Saskatchewan and Indigenous content when acquiring goods and services in accordance with trade agreements.

The committee:

  • Supports Saskatchewan suppliers who export goods and services;
  • Encourages quality assurance programs;
  • Hosts open houses and information sessions for Saskatchewan suppliers;
  • Identifies opportunities to Saskatchewan suppliers; and
  • Helps to increase awareness of what Saskatchewan suppliers can offer.

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