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Best Practices and Lessons Learned in Indigenous Procurement

Description

It is more important than ever to strengthen the relationships between the federal government and Indigenous businesses and to share ways to create mutually beneficial contracting arrangements.

Contracting authorities and others who are involved in the procurement process are invited to this panel discussion to hear about best practices and lessons learned in achieving positive outcomes in Indigenous procurement.

Panelists

  • Timothy Dymond, Procurement Team Leader, Procurement Branch, Environmental Services Acquisitions Team, Public Services and Procurement Canada
  • Lcol François Lagacé, J5, Canadian Forces Real Property Operations Group, ADM(IE), Canadian Armed Forces
  • Tim Hopkins, President, Advantage Group

Moderator

Jessica Sultan, Director General, Economic and Business Opportunities Branch, Indigenous Services Canada

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