Fairness monitoring

The Fairness Monitoring Program provides client departments, government suppliers, Parliament and Canadians with independent assurance that Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) conducts its procurement activities in a fair, open and transparent way.

Learn how fairness monitoring works

The program retains and manages the services of independent fairness monitors who act as objective third parties to observe all or part of a procurement activity.

Fairness monitoring helps PSPC to:

Access the fairness monitoring reports

Fairness monitors provide reports which contain their observations, impartial opinions and professional attestations on the monitored procurement activity.

The reports are available to the public and are subject to limits of disclosure under the:

Know who needs a fairness monitoring assessment

An assessment for fairness monitoring coverage is mandatory for:

The assessment is optional for any other federal departmental activity or real property transaction that is not subject to a mandatory assessment but where an enhanced assurance of fairness, openness and transparency is desired.

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Contact the Fairness Monitoring Program to:

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