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Table 1: Green Procurement

1. How is your department planning to meet the objectives of the Policy on Green Procurement?
  • The Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency (the Agency) is a small department with very basic and limited acquisition requirements. The Agency has not set formal green procurement targets, but complies with the Policy on Green Procurement by applying the Green Procurement Principles when acquiring goods and services.
  • All acquisitions are made via a Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC) approved vehicle and/or obtained via a supplier with a valid NMSO (National Master Standing Offer) or SA (Supply Arrangement) on the Standing Offer Index. By doing so, the Agency contributes to environmental protection and sustainable development.
2. Has your department established green procurement targets?
  • No
3. Describe the green procurement targets that have been set by your department and indicate the associated benefits anticipated.
  • Please see above.