The Alberta Government is looking for you—and your goods and services.
With over 2000 purchasers, they buy everything from agricultural goods to professional services and everything in between. These opportunities are being posted daily for all sizes of business, even start-ups, so no business is too small. This webinar will teach you about the Alberta Government's buying practices - who buys what, how they buy, and where to find these opportunities.
Presented by: Chelle Busch and Marcy Soehn, Procurement Services, Service Alberta, Government of Alberta
Our expert will address as many questions as possible, but we cannot guarantee all questions will be answered. Questions and answers will be shared with all attendees. There will be no slide presentation in this webinar, as it is a Q & A discussion. This webinar is not recorded.
A double-graduate of NAIT, Chelle Busch has been with the Government of Alberta for 16 years and is the Manager of the Vendor and Trade Development Office with Service Alberta. In her role she is responsible for representing the Government of Alberta in strategic trade governance as it relates to procurement. An important part of her duties includes fostering vendor awareness with respect to guidelines and processes for a better understanding of how to sell to the Alberta Government.
A current holder of the Certified Public Procurement Officer (CPPO) and Certified Public Purchasing Buyer (CPPB) designations, Marcy Soehn has been with the Government of Alberta for approximately 12 years. In her role as a Manager within Procurement Services, she is responsible for leading a team who manage the procurement and contracting process for the acquisition of goods and associated services on behalf of all Government of Alberta ministries. She provides expertise to various stakeholders including vendors on a regular basis.