The Procurement Branch is responsible for issuing procurement opportunities, finding the right suppliers and buying goods and services for the City. To view all current City of Regina procurement opportunities, visit SaskTenders.ca.
Find information on what the City is looking for in your submission and the overall process.
When preparing your submission:
- Read the documents thoroughly
- Don't make assumptions. If something isn't clear, ask during the question-and-answer period.
- Review the solicitation documents to determine how your bid will be evaluated.
- Follow the detailed instructions and requested format.
- If evaluators have to search for pertinent information, they may miss it.
- Answer all questions and include all requested pricing information in your submission.
- Mandatory Technical Requirements, or other mandatory items, stated in the competition are pass/fail and must be passed prior to further evaluations of your submission.
- Respond fully to rated criteria – we can only evaluate on the information you have provided.
- Review your pricing to avoid miscalculation.
- When there is a discrepancy, the unit price prevails.
- Understand the stated terms and conditions.
- Read the competition carefully to determine if there is any flexibility for the final contract, or if the terms and conditions must be accepted as received.
- If you have concerns or questions, ask during the question-and-answer period.
- Ensure your submission email is received to the City before the deadline.
For some projects, the City may hold a pre-bid meeting. This meeting allows you the chance to view the locations and/or ask questions and get information about the project from City officials.
Your submission must be submitted and received by the City by the deadline clearly identified within the competition documents. The City will not accept late submissions.
The City will notify companies who are awarded opportunities by email. Unsuccessful companies may be notified by email and can also view the award posting on the SaskTenders.ca website.
Learn more about contractor payment methods, including how to submit invoices and receive payment.
What do I need to provide on my invoice to get paid?
Indicate the following information on your invoice:
- Supplier name and remittance address
- Invoice number
- Invoice amount
- Purchase Order or Blanket Order and Release number (if applicable)
- GST/PST registration number (if applicable)
- Submit individual invoices for payment. The City does not pay from supplier statements.
Why hasn't my invoice been paid?
The most common reason that an invoice has not been paid is because Accounts Payable has not received the invoice. Send invoices by email to email@example.com.
What are the City's payment terms?
Payment terms are typically a part of the terms and conditions of each contract. While payment terms may vary depending on the contract, the City's standard payment term is net 30 days from date of invoice.
I lost my cheque, how do I get it replaced?
If a cheque is lost or stolen, report it to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will then initiate the process of an indemnity agreement to make sure a stop payment has been placed and a replacement cheque is issued.
How do I receive my payment through Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT)?
Please contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org to request a Supplier Information Form which includes an EFT form. The Supplier Form allows the City to confirm your organization's information is accurate in our payment system and your EFT information has been entered correctly.
For information about a particular tender or general inquiries, send us an email.
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