The Resort Municipality of Whistler (RMOW) is dedicated to fair, honest, and open procurement that ensures respect for all parties involved.
The RMOW’s central services department is responsible for purchasing materials, supplies, equipment, and services for various RMOW departments considering price, environmental accountability, quality, and service so Whistler taxpayers receive the best overall value.
The RMOW follows all relevant legislation, industry leading practices, and RMOW policies and procedures in procurement. In addition, central services staff follow the code of ethics of the Supply Chain Management Association.
RMOW Purchasing Policy
The RMOW Purchasing Policy provides guidelines for all municipal purchasing including equipment, materials, professional services and construction contracts and integrates sustainable purchasing goals.
Download the RMOW Purchasing Policy.
The RMOW Sustainable Purchasing Guide provides staff with tools and resources to evaluate and execute sustainable purchasing decisions.
Download the RMOW Sustainable Purchasing Guide.
- Supply Chain Management Association of Canada (PMAC)
- Canada’s Intergovernmental Agreement on Internal Trade
- Freedom of Information and Privacy Act
- Local Government Act