Organization Profile - Office of the Procurement Ombudsman
Office of the Procurement Ombudsman
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Minister of Public Services and Procurement
The mandate of the Procurement Ombudsman will be to review procurement practices across government on an ongoing basis to ensure fairness and transparency; make recommendations for improvements to the relevant department; review complaints from potential suppliers after contract award with respect to procurements of goods and services that are covered by the Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT) but which are below the monetary thresholds of that agreement ($25,000 goods and $100,000 for services); review complaints with respect to the administration of contracts; and ensure the provision of an alternative dispute resolution process for contract disputes.
Department of Public Works and Government Services Act
The Governor in Council may appoint a Procurement Ombudsman for a term of not more than five years.
|Interim Procurement Ombudsman|
Future Appointment: Jeglic, Alexander Adrian (2018-04-03)
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