Information for Businesses
The Contract Reporting Database presents Government of Nunavut contracts as reported by GN Departments to Community & Government Service’s Procurement, Logistics and Contract Support Services Section.Contracts entered into by the GN Crown agencies and the Legislative Assembly are not reported to CGS and are not included in this database. .
The Reference Guide is intended to support the government’s ongoing efforts to enhance the clarity and transparency of its procurement activities and to assist local businesses by providing a plain language guide to the Government of Nunavut’s procurement policies and procedures.
A list of current request for Tenders of Goods, Materials and Supplies. To obtain documents, please get in touch with the contact person listed for each RFP/Tender.
This Policy was created by the Government of Nunavut in consultation with Nunavut Tunngavik Incorporated. Its objectives are Good Value and Fair Competition, Strengthening the Nunavut Economy, Inuit Participation and Nunavut Education and Training.
If you encounter information that may not be current, or if you would like to apply and receive a copy of the N.N.I. Policy (Inukitut | Inuinnaqtun | French) or require assistance, please contact the appropriate Regional Contacts.
The Business Development Centres (BDC) of Nunavut are non-profit organizations which can help you start or grow a business in your community.
Whether you are considering business expansion or new North American investment opportunities, Canada should be top of mind as your investment destination of choice.
Sealift is a vital link for all Nunavut communities and their residents to obtain their annual re-supply of goods and materials needed throughout the year. It remains the most economical way to transport bulk goods to the arctic.
Procurement Information for Employees
Reviews and Activity Reports
Contract Activity Reports
Lease Activity Reports
Nunavummi Nangminiqaqtunik Ikajuuti
Procurement Activity Reports