Community
and Government Services

Government Services

The Government Services division is responsible for provision to departments of essential government functions, services and responsibilities, including: informatics planning and services, procurement, records management, property services and utility management.

Architecture & Engineering
Project Management & Technical Services helps the government in the construction of buildings from blue print designs through to the complete delivery a project.

Energy Services
Every year, the Government of Nunavut’s 518 buildings consume more than $14 million in water, electricity and fuel oil. Due to our reliance on imported oil to heat our buildings and generate our electricity, we know that this figure will continue to rise substantially, despite the government subsidy.

Information Planning and Services
Provides the Government of Nunavut with information planning and architecture including information policies, standards, controlled vocabulary (meta-data), reference models, and schemas. Provides systems development, operations and support for computer hardware and software applications aligned with that architecture.

Property and Asset Management
Provides Property and Asset Management program services on behalf of the Government of Nunavut serving Client Departments, Boards and Agencies.

Procurement, Contract Support, and Logistics Services
Provides centralized purchasing services for all government departments’ goods, services and logistical requirements. Manages the procurement of a wide range of goods and provides expertise in contracting and financial procedures of this operation. Provides expertise in the preparation of tenders and contracts for a variety of activities including construction, freight and consulting services for all government departments.


Records Management
Develops and implements policies, standards, procedures and guidelines on records management issues. Oversees, maintains and implements Administrative Records Classification System (ARCS) and Operational Records Classification systems (ORCS). Manages three record centers across Nunavut in Iqaluit, Rankin Inlet and Cambridge Bay.

Facility Management
CGS is responsible for the provision of Facility Management services under its Facility Management Program to ensure corporate and regulatory compliance and proper, cost effective operation of a facility contributing to an optimal, safe environment for occupants to function.

Warehouse and Material Management Services
CGS is responsible for the provision of Warehouse and Material Management Services, specifically the management and disposal of controllable assets (non-fixed Capital Assets) and the management of revolving stock.