The collaborative purchasing agreements the government uses

  • What is the Canadian Collaborative Procurement Initiative (CCPI)?
  • Find information on goods and services available for purchase
  • Join the Canadian Collaborative Procurement Initiative (CCPI)
  1. What is the Canadian Collaborative Procurement Initiative (CCPI)?

    The Government of Yukon takes part in the Canadian Collaborative Procurement Initiative (CCPI). This is a federal initiative that shares the Government of Canada's procurement instruments. This includes instruments such as standing offers and supply arranges to help governments:

    • meet their buying needs;
    • reduce costs;
    • generate administrative efficiencies; and
    • obtain better value.

    All Government of Yukon departments, agencies and the "MASH" sector may use the CCPI. The “MASH” sector includes:

    • municipalities;
    • academic institutions;
    • schools; and
    • hospitals.

    Non-Government of Yukon public sector entities:

    1. Must first sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Government of Yukon.
    2. Then access and use the established Standing Offers and Supply Arrangements.

    The following public sector entities have established MOUs:

    • City of Whitehorse

    Read more about the CCPI

  2. Find information on goods and services available for purchase

    ​Read Canadian Collaborative Procurement Plan's list of goods and services.

  3. Join the Canadian Collaborative Procurement Initiative (CCPI)

    ​Any public sector entity can access the CCPI collaborative procurement instruments. To do this, or to ask questions, contact the Department of Highways and Public Works:
    Shanna Epp, acting director, Supply Services
    Email: shanna.epp@gov.ykca