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Bids, contracts, RFPs, and purchase orders

Learn about bids, contracts, RFPs, and POs with the City of Vancouver.

The City's bidding process aims to secure value for money for the citizens and taxpayers of Vancouver.

Our Supply Chain Management department applies best practices and strong financial controls, and ensures a transparent, fair, and competitive procurement process.

On this page:

  • Learn how our bid process works.
  • Review the list of open and closed (but unawarded) bidding opportunities.
  • Get your bid review-ready and read our bidding procedures.
  • Find information on awarded bids.
  • Read related financial reports.

How our bid process works

Learn about our bid process and its requirements in our Procurement Policy. We adhere to this policy and all applicable laws and regulations. The most referenced policy statements are:

  1. Goals of the policy
  2. Competitive bidding and when it is required
  3. Contract authority limits
  4. Bid committee, chief purchasing official, and category manager authorities and responsibilities

Read the Procurement Policy (PDF, 160 KB)

Review the list of bids

Get your bid review-ready

Read the City of Vancouver's bidding procedures, find the Supplier Code of Conduct and the City's Ethical Purchasing Policy, and read the City's terms and conditions for vendors.

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Contact Supply Management

Courier delivery address:
Information Desk, Main floor
Vancouver City HallĀ 
453 West 12th Ave
Vancouver, BC

Mailing address:
Purchasing Services
City of Vancouver
453 West 12th Ave
Vancouver, BC V5Y 1V4

Phone: 604-873-7263

Fax: 604-873-7057

purchasing@vancouver.ca

Contact our central stores

Address:
250 West 70th Ave
Vancouver, BC V5X 2X1

Fax: 604-326-4751

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How to prepare your bidAwarded bidsUnverified tender resultsAnnual statements of financial information