Doing "Geospatial" business with the Government of Canada

Track:
Working with Government
What:
Talk
When:
Wednesday Jun 19   12:00 PM to 01:00 PM (1 hour)
Where:
GeoSpatial One
Discussion:
0
The Government of Canada purchases on average $22 billion in goods and services each year to help deliver programs and services to Canadians. Many departments and agencies collect and manage large amounts of geospatial data, and significant investments have been made within these organizations. The demand for, and use of, geospatially-related data and tools is rapidly increasing across government, as well as in the broader public context. This information session will help you understand the procurement process, find business opportunities, bid on opportunities, and understand the security clearance process.
Participant
Public Services and Procurement Canada
Supply specialist

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