Welcome to the City of Mississauga Bid Opportunities Website
This site allows potential Bidders to create a Bidding System Supplier account. Suppliers select commodity codes for goods and services and the Bidding System will notify the Supplier by email of Bid opportunities matching their commodity code selection.
Procurement opportunities are posted on this website.
Suppliers are solely responsible for ensuring their Supplier account information is kept current.
For step-by-step instructions on how to create an Account please refer to the Supplier Guide
Notice to Suppliers - Supplier Name Change Fees - Effective January 1, 2024
As part of the City’s ongoing efforts to streamline processes and maintain operational efficiency, effective January 1, 2024, the City will require payment of a fee prior to processing any request for a supplier name change. For further information, please visit the City's Add or change a supplier webpage.
The City of Mississauga uses bids&tenders to source goods and services. This makes it easy for Suppliers to review, register and download bid documents online in one bidding system.
A preview of the entire bid opportunity is available by clicking on the document download button. Note that you must have a Supplier account and be logged on in order to view bid documents.
City's Standard Health and Safety and Safety Acknowledgement Requirements
To access the City's Safety Forms, please click here.
Occupational Health and Safety Management System (OHSMS) for Construction Contracts – Update June 1, 2023
The City of Mississauga has adopted the requirement for an Occupational Health and Safety Management System (OHSMS) as part of its construction contract management and construction tendering processes. This demonstrates the City’s ongoing commitment to health and safety for contractors, employees and residents.
The City currently requires construction contracts to have an OHSMS in place for all construction projects valued over $10M.
Effective January 1, 2024, the City will require proof of OHSMS certification from all construction contractors undertaking projects valued over $5M.
Effective July 1, 2024, the City will require proof of registration with an approved OHSMS from all construction contractors undertaking projects valued between $500,000 and $5M.
Effective January 1, 2025, the City will require proof of OHSMS certification from all construction contractors undertaking projects valued over $500,000.
For more information on CORTM visit http://www.ihsa.ca/Certificate-of-Recognition
Notice of Participation in Buying Groups
In accordance with the requirements under the Canadian Free Trade Agreement, Chapter 5, the City of Mississauga may be a participating agency in one or more procurements conducted by any of the following cooperative buying groups:
Bidders will comply with the City's procurement policies, which can be accessed through the City's website at:
Recognizing that Unsolicited Bids for the provision of Goods and/or Services may offer improved services, reduced cost, cost avoidance, and/or other benefits, the City has established a standardized process for handling Unsolicited Bids.
The City's Corporate Policy & Procedure for Receiving and Reviewing Unsolicited Bids (Policy Number: 03-06-14) can be viewed here: Unsolicited Bids – City of Mississauga
Procurement Services Support:
If you have questions about a specific bid opportunity please direct your inquiry to the contact person listed in the bid document. You may also contact the City of Mississauga Procurement Services section by calling 905-615-3200, extension 5233 or by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you encounter technical issues, please contact email@example.com
The following is a list of our current online bid opportunities. Please refer to the Status column in the list to determine if the bid is open, closed or awarded.
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