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Mythbusting Government Procurement
Did you know that the Government of Canada buys about $22 billion of goods and services every year? Do you think they only buy from big businesses? Would you be surprised to learn that many of these contracts go to smaller businesses across Canada? Let us help you decide if selling to the Government of Canada is right for you. Join us to bust some myths about selling to government and find out: What the government buys, Who the government buys from, How the government buys, and Where to find resources and FREE support for smaller businesses.
Date: Tuesday, September 01, 2020 | Time: 11 AM - 12 PM (EDT)
Policy Analyst, Business Engagement, Office of Small and Medium Enterprises (OSME), Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC), Pacific Region
Aaron’s focus at OSME is to help potential suppliers understand the federal procurement process and make informed decisions about whether or not to pursue opportunities. Aaron has 10 years of experience working in the federal government in several capacities before joining OSME. During this time, he has won multiple awards for his dedication to modernization and innovation in the public service. Aaron holds a joint degree in Business & Psychology from Simon Fraser University, and has completed certified training in Agile Methodology, ADKAR Change Management and Design Thinking.
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