and Government Services

Purchasing Service

The Procurement, Logistcs and Contract Support disvision of CGS is the central contract authority for the Government of Nunavut. They provide expertise in all purchasing and logistical matters, including preperation of tenders, Request for Proposals and contracts.

This division is also maintains a website that provides general information on contracts issued by the Government of Nunavut. The website is:

Contact Information

Procurement, Logistics and Contract Support
P.O. Box 1000, Station 700
3rd Floor, W.G. Brown Building
Iqaluit, Nunavut
X0A 0H0

Fax: (867)975-5450
Phone: (867)975-5427

Frequently Asked Questions - Suppliers
This section is intended to assist new or potential suppliers to the GN by providing basic information. If there are additional questions which are not addressed here, please let us know by contacting us.

Note for Inuit and Nunavut Businesses
If you own or operate an Inuit or Nunavut business, you should be aware of the Government of Nunavut's incentive policy. It could make the difference between losing or winning a government request for proposals or tenders.

Sealift Services
Sealift is a vital link for all Nunavut communities and their residents to obtain their annual re-supply of goods and materials needed throughout the year. It remains the most economical way to transport bulk goods to the arctic. Each year, ocean going ships travel from several southern Canada Ports with a variety of goods ranging from construction materials, vehicles, heavy equipment, house wares and non-perishable items.

Welcoming Your Business
This section is intended to assist potential and existing suppliers by providing critical information you should know in terms of doing business with the Government of Nunavut (GN). If you have additional questions which have not been addressed here, please let us know by contacting us. As well, please check back for further updates to this and new sections (currently under development) which will provide additional information on the GN’s procurement practices.