Public Services and Procurement Canada
Accountability and integrity

How Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) aims to create a heathy and inclusive work environment, to better serve Canadians, businesses and partners, and to be fair and accountable in its activities.

Creating a healthy and inclusive work environment

Inclusiveness and diversity

How PSPC offers an inclusive and diverse work environment that acknowledges the value of Canadians' differences and strengths

Code of conduct

A guide to the behaviours and ethical decision-making expected from all persons employed by PSPC

Responding to harassment or violence

How to report harassment or violence from a PSPC employee

Better serving people and partners

Client service

Service standards and targets to improve services and strengthen client partnerships


How we aim to improve accessibility of our programs and services for people with disabilities

Our stories

Stories of people and projects at PSPC making a difference in the lives of Canadians

Being fair and accountable


Access to information and privacy, proactive disclosure, and briefing materials

Government of Canada’s Integrity Regime

How PSPC ensures that the Government of Canada conducts business or concludes real property transactions with ethical suppliers in Canada and abroad

Fairness Monitoring Program

How PSPC monitors its procurement activities and real property transactions through independent assurance to ensure it conducts business in a fair, open and transparent manner

Report fraud in government contracts

How to report suspected cheating and fraud in federal contracts

Dispute management and complaint processes

Dispute resolution bodies, such as Business Dispute Management Program and Procurement Ombudsman, and filing a complaint regarding the procurement process

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