On November 23, 2017 in Saskatoon and January 23, 2018 in Regina, lawyers Danielle Graff and Kristél Kriel delivered a primer on procurement – specifically, its relationship to the Canadian Free Trade Agreement – for both public and private sector supply chain practitioners who are members of The Supply Chain Management Association (SCMA) Saskatchewan.
In their procurement primer, Danielle and Kristél provided an overview of best practices, including procurement rules, primary trade agreements, scope and coverage, tenders, bid protests and other remedies (such as the role of freedom of information in procurement), as well as risk management strategies.
About the Presenters
Danielle is an associate practising in the area of general corporate commercial with an emphasis on technology, health – care and privacy law. Her experience includes advising clients on outsourcing agreements and procurement of IT services and software. Learn more about Danielle’s practice.
Kristél is an associate with a practice centred on privacy, freedom of information, technology, credit unions and not-for-profits. She advises private and public organizations on interpretation, compliance, policy development and other laws associated with freedom of information. Learn more about Kristél’s practice
About The SCMA
The Supply Chain Management Association is Canada’s largest association for supply chain management professionals. The association represents 7,500 members as well as the wider profession working in roles that cover sourcing, procurement, logistics, inventory – and contract management. SCMA sets the standards for excellence and ethics, and is the principal source of professional development and accreditation in supply chain management in Canada.