The Canadian International Trade Tribunal is responsible for safeguarding the integrity of the Government of Canada’s procurement processes.
- inquire into complaints by potential suppliers of goods or services to the federal government relating to designated contracts valued above prescribed monetary thresholds;
- decide whether the federal government broke its procurement obligations under certain trade agreements;
- consider issues such as whether bids were evaluated fairly;
- recommend remedies and award costs;
- write to federal government institutions about their procurement processes.