Procurement Inquiries

The Canadian International Trade Tribunal (the Tribunal) is responsible for safeguarding the integrity of the Government of Canada’s procurement processes. The Tribunal has the authority to inquire into complaints by potential suppliers of goods or services to the federal government relating to designated contracts valued in excess of prescribed monetary thresholds. The Tribunal decides whether the federal government broke its procurement obligations under certain trade agreements to which Canada is party. This means that the Tribunal considers issues such as whether bids were evaluated fairly and according to the stated terms of the procurement process itself. The Tribunal may recommend remedies and award costs. In addition, the Tribunal has the authority to write to the senior management of federal government institutions to bring to their attention important observations about their procurement processes in general. For more information, see the Procurement Review Process: A Descriptive Guide.

 

Procurement (PR)

Case Number(s) Case Name Descriptionsort descending
PR-2015-040 MD CHARLTON CO. LTD. Decision
PR-2009-091 A. VEDENIN Decision
PR-2002-069 EDS CANADA LTD. Decision
PR-98-047 NOVELL CANADA, LTD. Decision
PR-2014-022 SHAW INDUSTRIES INC. Decision
PR-2008-038, PR-2008-039, PR-2008-040, PR-2008-041, PR-2008-042, PR-2008-043 NETGEAR, INC. Decision
PR-2000-018 XWAVE SOLUTIONS INC. Decision
PR-97-006 NORTHERN MICRO INC. Decision
PR-2012-049 MANITEX LIFTKING ULC Decision
PR-2004-029 SYNERWORKS RESEARCH METATEK, INC. Decision
PR-2016-067 JOLI DISTRIBUTION F. HENDEL INC. Decision
PR-2011-018, PR-2011-019 3775356 CANADA INC. Decision
PR-2007-067 CMI INTERLANGUES INC. Decision
PR-2015-057 GLOBAL UPHOLSTERY CO. INC. Decision
PR-2010-010 KB ENTERPRISES LLC Decision
PR-2003-047 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA SAFETY INSTITUTE, INC. Decision
PR-99-034 MIL SYSTEMS (A DIVISION OF DAVIE INDUSTRIES INC.) AND FLEETWAY INC. Decision
PR-2014-015 and PR-2014-020 CGI INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND MANAGEMENT CONSULTANTS INC. Decision
PR-2007-010R, PR-2007-012R BUREAU D'ÉTUDES STRATÉGIQUES ET TECHNIQUES EN ÉCONOMIQUE Decision
PR-2000-059 P&L COMMUNICATIONS INC. Decision
E91PRF6631-021-0002 WATERS CHROMATOGRAPHY Decision
PR-2013-016 PAUL POLLACK PERSONNEL LTD. O/A THE POLLACK GROUP CANADA Decision
PR-2005-018 MAXXAM ANALYTICS INC. Decision
PR-2016-062 SLENKE INC. Decision
PR-2011-017 BRC BUSINESS ENTERPRISES LTD. Decision
PR-2008-018 JMPCONSULTANTS Decision
PR-2015-047 MADSEN POWER SYSTEMS INC. Decision
PR-2003-070 CSI CONSULTING INC. Decision
PR-2014-062 HTS ENGINEERING LTD. Decision
PR-2009-021 MICROSOFT CANADA CO., MICROSOFT CORPORATION AND MICROSOFT LICENSING, GP Decision
PR-2001-035 PRESTON PHIPPS INC. Decision
D92PRF66W-021-0018 MARATHON MANAGEMENT COMPANY Decision
PR-2013-014 KNOWLEDGE CIRCLE LEARNING SERVICES INC. Decision
PR-2007-011 SURESPAN CONSTRUCTION LTD. Decision
PR-2003-081 MITEL NETWORKS Decision
PR-2017-039 AVALANCHE MITIGATION SERVICES Decision
PR-2011-056 BRAINS II CANADA INC. Decision
PR-2004-055 GMA COVER CORP. Decision
PR-2016-029 CONSTRUCTION LONGER INC. Decision
PR-2010-012 BRC BUSINESS ENTERPRISES LTD. Decision
PR-2005-019 VITA-TECH LABORATORIES LTD. Decision
PR-2015-008 SIMEX DEFENCE INC. Decision
PR-2009-049 IMSTRAT CORPORATION INC. Decision
PR-2002-005 SPMGROUP LTD. Decision
PR-97-028 C.A. VENTIN ARCHITECT LTD. Decision
PR-2013-048 TYCO ELECTRONICS CANADA ULC Decision
PR-2007-023 QUANTUM MARINE LTD. Decision
PR-2004-010 L-3 COMMUNICATIONS SPAR AEROSPACE LIMITED Decision
PR-2012-017 HEADWALL PHOTONICS, INC. Decision
PR-2006-038 TANKATEK Decision

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