The Canadian Collaborative Procurement Initiative (CCPI) is an approach the Government of Canada has adopted to make some of its procurement instruments available for use by provinces, territories and members of the broader public sector including colleges and institutes. During 2018-2019, CCPI participants purchased $4.5 million in goods through this initiative.
Participation in the CCPI therefore carries a number of benefits including:
- creating economies of scale, that results in competitive pricing, terms and conditions;
- using Federal instruments, rather than having to develop instruments in-house; and
- streamlining the procurement approach for selected commodities.
This presentation has two main objectives:
- to increase awareness regarding the procurement opportunities available to colleges and institutes through the CCPI; and
- to educate interested colleges and institutes on how they can join, and begin to benefit from CCPI procurement opportunities.
For more information in advance of the webinar, please visit Canada.ca/buying-together
We invite you to join us and learn more about CCPI!
Target Audience: Senior Procurement Management and Senior Financial Management
Director of Federal, Provincial, Territorial & International Relations, Acquisitions Program, Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) / Government of Canada
Sean Crossan is the Director of Federal, Provincial, Territorial & International Relations for the Office of Small and Medium Enterprises and Stakeholder Engagement, Acquisitions Program at Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC), a position he has held since July 2015. He has held several Director level positions including Director, PSPC Branch Planning and Management, Finance and Administration Branch (2010-2015), Director PSPC Strategic Review Team (2009-2010), Director Communities and Partnerships, Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) (2008-2009), and Director, PSPC Financial Policy (2007-2008). Sean is a graduate of the Accelerated Economist Training Program, the Institute on Governance, the Executive Leadership Development Program and has over 29 years of experience in the Federal Public Service.
Sean obtained a co-operative Masters in Public Administration degree from Carleton University (1992) and a co-operative Bachelors in Environmental Studies (Urban Planning) degree from the University of Waterloo (1988).