We are pleased to announce that Commerce Decisions has been awarded a Solutions-based Supply Arrangement under the Government of Canada’s Task and Solutions Professional Services (TSPS) method of supply. Under this agreement, Commerce Decisions is officially recognized by the Canadian Government as an approved provider of specialist procurement services under the Project Management Services Stream.
The provision of direct access to the framework is acknowledgement of our growing presence in Canada. It recognizes our support to some of the most complex, strategic projects currently being undertaken by Canada, including the Canadian Surface Combatant and the Future Fighter Capability Project. In total, Commerce Decisions has supported over CAD$650 billion of projects globally to date.
Task and Solutions Professional Services is the mandatory method of supply for the provision of non-informatics professional services, both task and solutions based, at or above the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) threshold. This method of supply covers five core areas of expertise that are commonly and nationally used: human resources services; business consulting/change management; project management; real property project management services; and technical engineering and maintenance services.
About Commerce Decisions
Commerce Decisions offers AWARD® procurement evaluation software, thought-leadership and expert services to support strategic, complex, high risk sourcing projects. Commerce Decisions has supported strategic programmes in Canada including Infrastructure Ontario’s PPP projects and the Government of Canada’s Future Fighter program. Commerce Decisions has supported over 12,000 multi-million dollar procurement programmes globally.
Gavin Shepheard, Sales and Marketing Director, Commerce Decisions said: “We are delighted to be awarded a place on the TSPS Framework – it recognises our experience in delivering expert procurement support and best practice advice on strategic procurement projects across Canada and internationally.”