Assets and acquired services

Sound stewardship and the achievement of best value through life-cycle management of assets and acquired services, including investment planning, and the management of projects, programmes, procurement, real property and materiel.

Start with these instruments:

Planning and Management of Investments, Policy on the

The policy ensures that the Government of Canada has the necessary assets and services in place to support program delivery to Canadians. 

Proactive Disclosure of Contracts, Guidelines on the

Provides advice to managers and functional specialists on identifying, collecting and publishing proactively disclosed contract information. 

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Assets and acquired services

Planning and Management of Investments, Policy on the

The policy ensures that the Government of Canada has the necessary assets and services in place to support program delivery to Canadians. 

Proactive Disclosure of Contracts, Guidelines on the

Provides advice to managers and functional specialists on identifying, collecting and publishing proactively disclosed contract information. 

Commons services

Common Services Policy

Sets a strategic direction and provides authority to reform administrative management and the role of common service organizations to create a more streamlined, efficient and responsive public service. 

Materiel management

Management of Materiel, Directive on the

The directive ensures that materiel is planned, acquired, operated, maintained and divested in a manner that supports the delivery of programs and services to Canadians, while ensuring best value to the Crown. 

TBITS 25: Materiel Coding - Implementation Criteria

The standard explains the adoption of the Canadian component of the NATO Codification System as the materiel classification code used by the Government of Canada. 

Procurement

Classification of Procurement Items, Data Standard on

This standard defines common procurement item classification code which allows for consistent recording, aggregation and reporting of financial information within the departmental finance and materiel management systems (DFMS). 

Green Procurement, Policy on

This policy requires that the procurement of goods and services actively promote environmental stewardship. 

Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6) Network Equipment Procurement Guideline

Assists departments when procuring network equipment, in support of the Internet Protocol Version 6 Adoption Strategy. 

Management of Procurement, Directive on the

The directive ensures that procurement of goods, services and construction obtains the necessary assets and services that support the delivery of programs and services to Canadians, while ensuring best value to the Crown. 

Proactive Disclosure of Contracts, Guidelines on the

Provides advice to managers and functional specialists on identifying, collecting and publishing proactively disclosed contract information. 

Title to Intellectual Property Arising Under Crown Procurement Contracts, Policy on

The objective of this policy is to increase the potential for Commercial Exploitation of Intellectual Property developed by a Contractor in the course of a Crown Procurement Contract. 

Project management

Management of Projects and Programmes, Directive on the

The directive ensures that government projects and programmes are effectively planned, implemented, monitored, controlled and closed, so that the expected benefits and results are realized for Canadians. 

Organizational Project Management Capacity Assessments, Mandatory Procedures for

The mandatory procedures are to be used government-wide for assessing the project management capacity of organizations. 

Project Complexity and Risk Assessments, Mandatory Procedures for

The mandatory procedures are to be used government-wide to assess project complexity and risk. 

Real property

Management of Real Property, Directive on the

The directive ensures that real property is planned, acquired, used, and disposed of in a manner that supports the delivery of programs and services to Canadians, while ensuring best value to the Crown. 

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