Supplier Information

The government is committed to working with suppliers to help them understand changes to how the government procures goods and services. Updated information will be posted here as changes are made.


April 26, 2019

  • For information on how to access Manitoba government tenders see FAQ. (FAQ Link)

April 23, 2019

  • The Manitoba Government is issuing a Request for Proposals to obtain information on supplier capabilities, capacity, pricing, and regional presence to meet our ongoing building cleaning and grounds maintenance services requirements for ~120 government buildings across the province. Manitoba will to enter into Master Services Agreements with the Proponents whose Proposals are judged to best serve the interests of Manitoba. [https://www.merx4.merx.com/public/solicitations/1017551764/abstract]
  • The Manitoba government has issued a tender to develop a master agreement for asphalt cement across the province. [https://www.merx4.merx.com/public/solicitations/1017551756/abstract

April 17, 2019


April 12, 2019

April 05, 2019


March 15, 2019

March 12, 2019

March 05, 2019

  • The Manitoba government is issuing a tender to develop a master agreement for ongoing janitorial and cleaning requirements for approximately 2,000 government facilities across the province. [https://www.merx4.merx.com/public/solicitations/975062416/abstract]
  • The master service agreements will replace the existing pre-qualification list for Manitoba.
  • In both cases, the agreement will establish standard terms and conditions, including service level agreements, for suppliers to be pre-approved.
  • Successful bidders will be added to a multi-use supplier list. Then, government departments can review the list, ask for a statement of work based on their requirements and choose the most appropriate supplier.
  • All vendors that bid on tenders today can continue to do so under this new model.
  • This new approach will reduce administration, as suppliers will only need to qualify once, and establish terms and commercial details upfront for three-year periods.
  • While being a pre-approved vendor is not a guarantee of business, preferred suppliers will have the opportunity for a consistent source of business for planning purposes.