TORONTO – Supply Ontario is pleased to share its 2023-24 to 2025-26 Business Plan, outlining the agency’s priorities for the next three years.
Supply Ontario has an ambitious mandate to work across sectors such as health care and education to drive greater value for tax dollars, ensure a more resilient public-sector supply chain and support economic development. This business plan reaffirms and articulates Supply Ontario’s role in transforming public procurement across the province through strategic initiatives in data, category leadership and supply chain management.
“The next three years will be critical as Supply Ontario seizes opportunities to demonstrate value, scale its business, and make history by making integrated procurement decisions that will bring greater value to Ontarians,” said Paul G. Smith, Chair, Board of Directors, Supply Ontario. “The 2023-24 to 2025-26 Business Plan serves as our path forward for this work.”
“We have great work ahead to create a whole-of-government approach to purchasing goods and services,” said Jamie Wallace, President and CEO, Supply Ontario. “Supply Ontario is well positioned to modernize the province’s public procurement and we look forward to working closely with partners in government and industry to make a difference for Ontarians.”
About Supply Ontario
Supply Ontario is a Crown agency supporting procurement across the Ontario Public Service and broader public sector. Through procurement centralization, Supply Ontario will generate savings for taxpayers and address challenges in Ontario’s supply chain system, including barriers for small businesses to innovate and gain access to public sector procurements. Supply Ontario is committed to delivering greater value for Ontarians by providing access to innovative and sustainable products and services that meet the diverse needs of public sector organizations.