Monthly Archives: May 2019

New Members !

CPPC is proud to welcome new members within the organization.

First, please welcome Sinai Health System. Sinai Health System delivers exceptional care in hospital, community and home, focusing on the health conditions with the greatest impact on the overall health of the population. We discover and translate scientific breakthroughs, develop practical health solutions, educate future clinical and scientific leaders, and lead efforts to eliminate health inequities.

Moreover, we welcomed the Town of Whitchurch-Stouffville. The Procurement Section of the Finance Department at the Town of Whitchurch-Stouffville acts as an expert resource to both client departments and the supplier community, facilitating the acquisition of goods and services for the Town in accordance with the Procurement By-law.

Welcome aboard!

Questions from the Treasury Board – Secretariat for Public Procurement

Please reply to: Geneviève Audet, Genevieve.audet@sct.gouv.qc.ca

1. The Secretariat for Public Procurement of the Treasury Board of Quebec would like to obtain information from member organizations on their tendering process in the context of public procurement.

2. Specifically, they would like to know the eligibility and compliance requirements that are used by member organizations during this bidder selection process.

3. This information may be contained in laws, regulations, policies, manuals or tender documents. Criteria may be mandatory or optional.
Thank you !

Questions from Manitoba Hydro

Please reply to: Wendy Bonnie, wbonnie@hydro.mb.ca

Manitoba Hydro is preparing an RFP for Administrative Services Only (ASO) health benefits and emergency travel health insurance. Members are asked if they can provide information the following:

  1. A ‘per line’ pricing model for Administrative Services Only (ASO) health benefits. Information could include:  the levels of detail (beyond paper claim line and digital claim line) that are most often used; other cost factors that may be broken out separately; experiences transitioning from a % of claims paid to a per line model, etc.
  2. Containing costs for travel pooling charges; appropriate escalation clauses and validation methods.

Thank you!

Questions from Halifax Regional Municipality

Please reply to: Stephen Terry, terryst@halifax.ca

 

  • The Halifax Regional Municipality would like to request if any member organizations can share the org chart for their centralized Procurement departments.

  • The Halifax Regional Municipality asks if any member organizations have a framework, guidelines or client questionnaire related to when to include a fairness monitor in a Procurement strategy that they can share.

  • The Halifax Regional Municipality asks if any member organizations can share their current Procurement/Commercial Card policy.

Thank you