Programs and Services
Learn about Procurement Shared Services and the valuable services we provide.
Get in touch with Procurement Shared Services by phone, send us fax or email, or by visiting one of our offices in Fort Smith, Hay River, Inuvik and Yellowknife.
Our Help section includes frequently asked questions, access to training resources and procurement forms, advice on how to get paid in a timely fashion, and the Vendor Complaint Process.
Government procurement may seem complicated at first. Learn about the goods and services the GNWT buys and how they are procured.
Find out what the current procurement opportunities are, what contracts have been awarded in the past, and answers to your procurement questions.
The dashboard will provide GNWT procurement data on goods, services and construction (Updated quarterly).
Your source for procurement guidelines and manuals, policy and legislations, and other related documents and resources.
Learn more about the independent advisory panel’s review of and recommendations for GNWT procurement
A Standing Offer Agreement (SOA) is an offer from a vendor to supply goods and/or services at pre-arranged prices.
Budget 2020 describes how GNWT revenues and spending will support of the priorities of the 19th Legislative Assembly in the 2020-21 fiscal year.
Budget 2021 describes how GNWT revenues and spending will support of the priorities of the 19th Legislative Assembly in the 2021-22 fiscal year.
Budget 2022 describes how GNWT revenues and spending will support of the priorities of the 19th Legislative Assembly in the 2022-23 fiscal year.
The Government of the Northwest Territories charges a carbon tax on all fuel sold in the NWT according to the Petroleum Products and Carbon Tax Act and Regulations.
Find job openings and learn about the benefits of working with the GNWT.
Get information on services to debtors who may require assistance with outstanding accounts.
Collective Bargaining between the GNWT, the UNW and the NWTTA.
The NWT Liquor Act includes options for all NWT communities to make decisions about how liquor is controlled within their borders.
Find out about contracting opportunities with the GNWT and how to bid on them online.