McGill University Procurement Policy
On April 26, 2013, McGill’s Board of Governors approved the new Procurement policy.
The purpose of the Procurement Policy is to establish a mandatory, unambiguous model for procurement activities conducted at the University.
It serves as a basic framework to ensure transparency and impartiality in procurement activities, while adhering to the legal and regulatory context the University must operate in for awarding contracts. It favors the development of a normalized process, allowing for the dynamic evolution of systems and resources in alignment with stakeholder needs and against which to survey procurement trends and performance in key areas of interest.