The list of commercial government procurement projects and commissioning contracts is one of the biggest challenges facing the federal government as it works to cut waste and improve efficiency.
The government is working to streamline the list by creating a system for selecting commercial government project lists and commissionings contracts.
It has also created a national database for the process.
The list, which has about 30,000 entries, has been created for government procurement, including procurement of capital assets, public works projects, infrastructure projects and research and development.
“We’re very focused on the federal procurement and we’re working on it to stream-line the process,” said Julie Clark, a spokesperson for the minister of industry and minister of science and technology.
The Government of Canada is working on streamlining the list of projects and contracts.
(CBC News)The government has already begun to develop a streamlined process for selecting and approving projects.
In November, the government announced it will launch a pilot project to streamlining commercial procurement for infrastructure projects.
The pilot project will see government contractors select a list of eligible projects for contracts and allocate the funds.
It is expected the pilot project would generate $15 million in savings for the federal treasury.
Other departments have also made a push to streamfill the list, including the federal department of fisheries and oceans.
The Department of Fisheries and Oceans is in the process of reviewing and updating its list of project types.
The department is also looking at adding more projects to the list.
With files from the Canadian Press