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Procurement Services

Mandate

The Mission of the Procurement Services department is to acquire goods and services for the University Community in such a manner as to maximize the value to the University Community in considering price, quality, service availability, and operational performance.

A purchase decision is normally the result of a process which includes identifying a need, the consideration of alternatives and ultimately the selection of the product or service that offers the best value to the community.

Procurement Services buyers, in addition to the responsibility to make purchases for goods and services on behalf of University faculty members and administrative and support staff, offer assistance at the various stages leading to a decision to purchase. The process of acquiring goods and services is recognized by the University as being fundamental to its efficient operation and often represents significant legal and financial commitments by the University.

 

Loi sur les contrats des organismes publics (LCOP)

TRANSMISSION D'UNE PLAINTE:

Toute plainte en vertu de l’article 21.0.4 de la Loi sur les contrats des organismes publics doit être présentée à l’Université Concordia conformément aux instructions contenues à la procédure portant sur la réception et l’examen des plaintes prévu à l’article 21.0.3 de la Loi sur les contrats des organismes publics.  Procédure portant sur la réception et l'examen des plaintes prévu à l'article 21.0.3 de la LCOP.pdf.

SUBMITTING A COMPLAINT:

As stated in article 21.0.4 of the Loi sur les contrats des organismes publics, any complaint should be transmitted to Concordia University in accordance with the instructions provided in the procedure for the reception and review of all complaints as described in article 21.0.3 de la Loi sur les contrats des organismes publics.  Procédure portant sur la réception et l'examen des plaintes prévu à l'article 21.0.3 de la LCOP.pdf.

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