buying from and selling to the government

Service Alberta's Procurement Services serves Ministry and other Government customers by procuring the goods and selected services necessary to fulfill their business needs.  Services include purchase and/or contracting for supplies, transport, warehousing, asset tracking, management, and disposal when goods become surplus to Ministry needs.

Information & Services

Buying From Government - Surplus Sales

Surplus Sales, through its outlets in Calgary and Edmonton, is responsible for the disposal of goods that are surplus to the needs of all Alberta government departments and agencies. Surplus assets are generally sold by public auction, tender or cash & carry sales.
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General Procurement Policies

Information about inviting bids, preparing requests for quotes and responses, submitting responses, awarding contracts and delivering goods and services. Read more

Procurement Services

Service Alberta's Procurement Services serves Ministry and other Government customers by procuring the goods and selected services necessary to fulfill their business needs. A number of units with different functions make up Procurement Services. Read more

Selling to Government

Guidelines for selling to government including information about the Electronic Tendering System (Alberta Purchasing Connection), Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT) and the Trade, Investment and Labour Mobilty Agreement (TILMA). Read more

Service Centres

Links to provincial and federal websites with services and information for suppliers and buyers. Read more