Pre-event survey - Training on government procurement in Canada
Following the implementation of the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) between Canada and the European Union, government procurement opportunities in Canada are more open than ever to bids from European companies. In this context, during the Spring 2021 the Delegation of the EU to Canada will offer a free training session to European companies interested in bidding for contracts in Canada, and featuring practical tips and best practices shared by Canadian experts.

This short pre-event survey is designed to identify the needs of Europe-based companies, especially SMEs, interested in government procurement opportunities in Canada. Responses gathered in the survey will be used to tailor the content of the training session to participants' needs, and to maximize the training's benefits.

We are grateful for your time and contribution!

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Responses to this survey are treated in compliance with the EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). You can read about the EU's and contractor's GDPR policy, and consent with it, at the bottom of this page.

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The training is funded by the Foreign Policy Instrument of the European Commission.
1. Have you ever submitted one or more bids for government procurement contracts in Canada? *
2. Have you ever won one or more government procurement contracts in Canada? *
3. How likely are you to bid for government procurement contracts in Canada in the future? *
4. Thus far, what has prevented you from considering bidding more frequently for government procurement contracts in Canada? Please check all that apply: *
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5. Which of the following topics would you be most interested in learning about during the training session? Please check up to three: *
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6. What Canadian jurisdiction(s) are you interested in? Please check all that apply: *
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7. What sector(s) of activity are you interested in? Please check all that apply: *
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8. In which European country are you based? *
9. Do you have a presence in Canada? *
10. What is the size of your company? *
11. What is your sector of activity? *
12. Do you have any other suggestions regarding the organization of this training session?
By clicking the first box below, you consent on your survey responses being used for the purpose of this event's organization. If you would like to register to the training session, we also ask you to consent on your personal data being used, for the same purpose. As outlined in the privacy information notice, avaialble here https://drive.google.com/file/d/1SYpDKJMRk1t0UiKbzzrqhAfETb3iTJGs/view?usp=sharing , the data you provide will be kept until 12 months after the project ends. The data you provide will be deleted at this point It is our legitimate interest to obtain and retain information on your name, organizational affiliation and role, as this is necessary to facilitate contact with you for the project and in doing so does not affect your rights or freedoms. Retention of your information is subject to your rights below. All records will be kept and processed in compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) 2018. If you have any queries about any aspect of this project please contact us at pdsf@eucandialogues.eu. You are provided with certain rights that you may have the right to exercise through us. In summary those rights are: (1) To access, correct or erase your data; (2) To object to the processing of your data; (3) To request that our processing of your data is restricted; (4) To request that your data be transferred; (5) To withdraw your consent for us to process your data. If you wish to exercise any of these rights please contact the PDSF Data Protection Officer Ana Guallarte at ana.guallarte@eeas.europa.eu. *
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