Supply Ontario is committed to transparency in all aspects of governance, management, administration and operations. Additional corporate documents and reports will be published on this page as they become available.
The agency mandate letter is an annual correspondence from the minister responsible for a board-governed agency to the agency’s chair outlining the minister’s broad expectations with respect to service and performance priorities for the coming fiscal year.
In accordance with the Agencies and Appointment Directive, all provincial agencies with governing boards must prepare an annual business plan and make it publicly available within 30 calendar days of approval by the responsible minister.
Memorandum of Understanding
The Memorandum of Understanding establishes the accountability relationship between the Treasury Board Secretariat and the Chair of Supply Ontario, on behalf of Supply Ontario.
Annual reports and financial statements
Supply Ontario prepares an annual report outlining its activities throughout the fiscal year, including performance on key deliverables, financial statements and appointees. Our financial statements are prepared in accordance with Canadian public sector accounting standards and have been audited by the Auditor General of Ontario.
In accordance with the Ontario Travel, Meal and Hospitality Expenses Directive, 2020, Supply Ontario publishes detailed expense information related to travel, accommodation, meals and hospitality incurred by board members and senior executives.
Supply Ontario supports Ontario’s commitment to Open Government. We believe that open data leads to a better future for Ontario, supporting innovation, efficiency, accountability and collaboration.
Our work aligns with Ontario’s Digital and Data Directive, 2021. As an agency, Supply Ontario is required to publish a list of all the datasets we create, collect and/or manage as data inventory. At this time, Supply Ontario does not have any data sets; future data sets will be published on this page.