Selling to governments
Have you considered doing business with the government? There are many benefits to providing goods and services to all levels of government, including:
- Increasing your sales
- Expanding your market and the range of goods and services that you sell
- Enhancing your reputation which, in turn, may help you attract more customers
The bidding process that leads to government procurement is both demanding and strictly regulated. You may be competing with other equally motivated businesses.
Whether you choose to do business with the government at the federal, provincial/territorial, municipal or foreign level, you will need to follow various series of steps. This section aims to provide you with information on how to do business with government at all levels.
- Why sell to the government?
Discover the potential benefits of expanding your market and becoming a government supplier.
- Preparing to sell to the government
Selling to the government can be a profitable step for many businesses.
- Selling to the federal government
Find out about selling to the Government of Canada, including registering as a supplier, finding opportunities, and responding to bids.
- Selling to provincial, territorial and municipal governments
Take advantage of the many opportunities for selling goods and services to provincial and territorial governments across the country.
- Selling to foreign governments
Expand your market by selling your goods and services to the United States, Mexico and other foreign governments.
- Government procurement glossary of terms
Unfamiliar with some of the terms used in government procurement? Our glossary will help you understand the more common terms associated with selling to government.
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