The Town of Midland is committed to ensuring its procurement decisions are fair, open and transparent.
The Town of Midland Procurement By-law establishes rules governing the procurement/purchasing of Goods and Services (ex. Tenders, RFP's, RFQ's, RFI) that reflect the best value for the taxpayer, protect the Town's financial interests and encourage competitive Bidding in accordance with applicable treaties such as Canadian Free Trade Agreement and Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement.
The anticipated value of procurement determines the bid process that will be used. If a purchase warrants a formal competitive bid it will be posted on Biddingo. To receive alerts reagarding new bid opportunities, sign up for a subscription with Biddingo.
For more information please contact Biddingo directly:
The Town of Midland is a member of the Georgian Bay Area Public Purchasing Co-operative (GBAPPC). The GBAPPC membership comprises a broad spectrum of public agencies operating within the Georgian Bay area including municipalities, school boards, hospitals, colleges, and various other public entities that share resource efforts to procure similar goods and services through collaborative processes to recognize additional savings.
In addition to being an active member of the GBAPPC, the Town of Midland may participate from time to time in procurements conducted as part of the following buying groups:
Ontario Education Collaborative Marketplace (OECM)
Ministry of Government Services (MGS)
Local Authority Services (LAS)
Purchase Order Terms and Conditions
It is the responsibility of all bidders to understand the Purchase Order Terms and Conditions prior to submitting their bid.
Alternative Dispute Resolution Contract
Alternative Dispute Resolution Procurement Protest Protocol
Procurement By-law 2018-52
For more information, contact our Procurement Department.