Join us at the Agile & Innovative Procurement Symposium

The Canadian Institute of Procurement and Materiel Management (CIPMM) is hosting its first Agile & Innovative Procurement Symposium on December 5th, 2019.

If you are looking to learn about innovations and to connect with innovators in the private and public sectors, contribute to the growth of the contracted experts community by sharing knowledge and best practices and support the Government of Canada transformation efforts in Procurement.


Photos From the 2019 CIPMM Agile and Innovative Procurement Symposium

 Event Program

Join us this upcoming December 5th, 2019!



Public Sector Innovation

Public Sector Innovation – Public Services and Procurement Canada
Public Sector Innovation – Shared Services Canada
Public Sector Innovation – Canada Revenue Agency

Private Sector Innovation

Private Sector Innovation – Design Thinking

 Hotel and Travel

Join us at the Ottawa Conference and Event Centre

 Partners and Exhibitors


Thank you to our Premier Partners:

 Event Highlights


Do you have a passion for transformation?

Do you want to learn what’s trending in the world of Agile and Innovative Procurement?

Are you located outside of the National Capital Region?

If you answered “Yes!” to these three questions then you need to watch this video!


Contest Entry Deadline:

November 4th, 2019, 23h59 PDT

The winners will be advised the week of November 4th, 2019.


How to submit

Send an email to by the contest entry deadline. This email should include:

  • Your Name
  • Your Organization name
  • The Name and Email Address of your supervisor (where applicable – they will be cc’d in the event that you win a complimentary pass)
    The link to your video

Contest Entry Details:

To be eligible to enter you must work outside of the National Capital Region1. CIPMM intends to select one video submission from each region for receipt of a complimentary pass (approximate value of $400!). CIPMM reserves the right to issue more or less passes in each region (to a maximum of 5 passes total) in accordance with the quality of the submissions.

Note 1: National Capital Region is defined in the National Capital Act, Revised Statutes of Canada (R.S.C.) 1985, Chapter N-4, Segment 2. The National Capital Act is available on the Justice Laws Website


For the purposes of this contest, the regions are defined as follows:

  1. Atlantic Canada (Newfoundland and Labrador, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick)
  2. Ontario (excluding the National Capital Region)
  3. Quebec (excluding the National Capital Region)
  4. Prairies (Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta)
  5. Pacific and Northern Canada (British Columbia, Nunavut, Northwest Territories, and Yukon Territories)


Complimentary passes do not include airfare, lodging or any other travel and living expenses. Applicants are encouraged to discuss with their supervisor to ensure they will be able to have their Travel and Living expenses covered by their employer in the event that they are chosen to receive a complimentary entry pass.