Frequently asked questions

How can I become a Supply Ontario vendor of record?

There are no changes, at this time, to the current approach for vendors looking to sell products or services to the Ontario government or public sector. 


For more information, please visit the Doing Business with the Government of Ontario website.

Is my organization in scope for Supply Ontario’s work?

For more information on the government entities that fall within Supply Ontario’s mandate, please refer to our Governance section.

How can I leverage Supply Ontario’s contracts or vendor of record arrangements?

There are no changes, at this time, to the current approach for buyers looking to take advantage of Ontario’s vendor of record arrangements or contracts currently.

For more information, please visit the Doing Business with the Government of Ontario website. 

How will local and regional needs be addressed by Supply Ontario’s work?

Supply Ontario will work with stakeholders across the province to leverage existing capabilities, provide greater opportunities for growth for Ontario businesses through public procurement, and embed regional and local needs into our approach.

What is Supply Ontario’s relationship to the Ontario government?

Supply Ontario is a Crown agency created by the Government of Ontario under the Supply Chain Management Act, 2019. Supply Ontario is accountable to the Treasury Board Secretariat.

How can I invite a representative from Supply Ontario to speak at my event?

Thank you for considering us for your upcoming event! Please send an email to [email protected].