The City of Leduc is committed to the acquisition of quality products, services, and construction at best value for the City while treating all vendors equitably.
Procurement is responsible for the purchase of all goods, services and contracts required by the City of Leduc, and for ensuring these purchases are fair and transparent.
Procurement supports city departments with:
- Tendering and competitive bidding
- Providing a standard review process
- Developing and maintaining relationships with suppliers
The city promotes a competitive bid process in the acquisition of goods, services, and construction, needed to support the municipality’s operations. The city’s procurement processes are in accordance with the Agreement on Internal Trade, Annex 502.4, (AIT) and the New West Partnership Trade Agreement (NWPTA).
The city’s procurement practices are guided by policy and by federal and provincial trade agreements which aim to reduce and eliminate trade barriers across Canada.
Tenders, Requests for Proposals, Quotations & Other Opportunities
The city purchases a variety of goods, services and construction. Opportunities can be accessed through the links below, or vendors may be contacted directly to provide quotes or product information.
Competitive opportunities are posted through the Alberta Purchasing Connection (APC). APC is the approved electronic tendering service for the province.
>> Alberta Purchasing Connection (APC)
>> Edmonton Construction Association’s COOLNet
It is important to carefully read the opportunity documents and comply with all requirements. If you have questions regarding the opportunity, seek clarification by contacting the representative noted on the opportunity.
At this time, the city does not maintain a formal vendor listing or registry. Vendors are encouraged to contact Procurement Services or the department most likely to require their products or services. Catalogues, line cards, or vendor information can be sent by email, by mail or in person by appointment only.
Purchases are made by purchase order, corporate credit card, or by contract. The city has a standard set of PO terms and conditions that apply to all PO purchases.
Invoicing & Payment Information
Invoices can be submitted by mail, fax or email. Payment will be made after receipt and acceptance of goods or services, and when invoices and other applicable documentation have been processed.
City of Leduc
1 Alexandra Park
Leduc, AB T9E 4C4
The city’s payment terms are Net 30 after receipt of invoice*.
To ensure accurate and prompt payment, ensure invoices contain the following information:
- Business name (o/a if applicable)
- Remit to address
- Invoice number
- Invoice date
- PO number or contract reference number
- Purchase or contract details (e.g. item description, part number, unit cost, quantity, etc.)
- GST registration number
- CAD currency
*Invoice discrepancies, incomplete invoice information, or not submitting the invoice to accounts payable may result in delay of payment.
Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) payment is available for vendors who frequently do business with the city. This form allows for payment by direct deposit instead of by cheque. To be paid by EFT, complete the EFT form and submit to firstname.lastname@example.org.
>> City of Leduc Procurement Policy
>> Business Licensing Information
>> Electronic Funds Transfer Form