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Aboriginal Considerations in Procurement (C223)


Type: Online
Duration: 04:00 hours
Status: Active

Understanding the rules governing the procurement process with Indigenous businesses is critical when dealing with land claim settlement areas. This online self-paced course introduces federal procurement policies and obligations that are designed to improve business development opportunities for Indigenous Peoples. Participants will learn about the Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business initiative and gain a broader understanding of Comprehensive Land Claims Agreements and how they affect procurement.

Topics include:

  • understanding the Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business
  • applying mandatory and voluntary set-asides
  • contracting within land claim settlement areas


This course is recognized by the Certification Program for the Federal Government Procurement and Materiel Management Communities, which is managed by the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat. To learn more about the certification program, consult the Acquired Services and Assets Sector Communities Management Office (ASAS CMO) on GCpedia.

This course is open to all public servants.

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  • Topics: Procurement
  • Community: Functional specialists
  • Audience: Materiel Management specialists; Procurement specialists
  • Business line: GC and Public Sector Skills
  • Provider: Canada School of Public Service

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