Bids and Tenders

Bids, Requests for Proposals and Tender Opportunities

The Township of Chatsworth is committed to securing required products and services offering the best overall value to the Corporation and residents. To achieve this objective, while simultaneously providing all vendors with a time/cost saving mechanism to view and bid on our tenders/requests for quotation opportunities, we will be partnering with Biddingo.com.

Requests for Proposals

Effective October 5, 2020, the Township is using Biddingo for issuing Tenders and Requests for Proposals. Biddingo is an online portal that connects suppliers providing various goods and services to buyers from the Provincial, Municipal, Education, Crown Corporation, Housing, Construction, Healthcare, and Private sectors from across Canada. This method is aimed at streamlining the administration of procurement, as Biddingo is an industry standard and familiar to most suppliers.

Procurement opportunities including Tenders, Requests for Proposal, Requests for Information and other related bid information are no longer posted directly on the Township website. For current procurement opportunities visit: www.biddingo.com/chatsworth

The Township will also take advantage of Association and Co-operative Procurements where it is deemed beneficial.

The Township has participated in procurements undertaken by:

  • The Ontario Government Vendor of Record Program. Through this program, the Ontario Government has contracted with vendors to supply a variety of goods and services which are accessible to public sector buyers.  For further information visit Ministry of Government and Consumer Services  doingbusiness.mgs.gov.on.ca; and
  • Local Authority Services (LAS). For further information and access to LAS request for proposal (RFP) notices, please review the website at las.on.ca.
  • Ontario Education Collaborative Marketplace (OECM). For further information and access to OECM request for proposal (RFP) notices, please review the website at https://oecm.ca/marketplace.
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