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The Organization

The City of Brampton Purchasing Division is part of the Corporate Services Department and is the centralized group responsible for procurement for all departments of The Corporation of the City of Brampton.

​Our Mission:

Providing professional and ethical leadership through fair and transparent procurement methods to encourage competition and achieve best value for money.

​Our Vision:

To be recognized for our innovative and flexible approach to procurement by creating value through outcome focused strategic thinking; utilizing efficient processes and current technology; and providing exceptional customer service.

City of Brampton requiring COR in 2020 Implementation

In continuing to build a future-ready organization, Brampton has adopted the Certificate of Recognition (CORTM) program as part of its construction contract management and construction tendering process. This is a reaffirmation of the City’s ongoing commitment to health and safety for contractors, employees and residents.

The requirement to be CORTM certified has been implemented since January 2019 for construction projects over $25M. Starting January 2020, the requirement for COR will be implemented for construction projects over $10M.

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Vendor's List 

The City of Brampton encourages Vendors to create a vendor account at  Vendors will be required to select commodity categories for goods, services or construction  related to their company and the system will notify the Vendor by email of any Bid opportunities matching their selection. Click here for more information...


Professional Affiliations

In order to maintain and promote purchasing professionalism and keep pace with the changing market conditions, the Purchasing maintains membership in The National Institute of Governmental Purchasing, the Ontario Public Buyers Association, the Canadian Public Procurement Council, and the Supply Chain Management Association.
Purchasing subscribes to the principles and ethics of these Associations and believes their ethical principles should govern the conduct of every professional purchaser.