Procuring and distributing equipment and services is a key part of Justice Education Society’s activities. This process applies to all procurement; including services, specialist equipment and standard supplies.
This process is intended to ensure JES has a fair, open and transparent system in place for procurement that takes due care of purchased materials and ensures value for money.
In accordance with our Contribution Agreements, JES will ensure that equipment, technology and materials purchased are not of a nature that contravenes Canadian or international export controls or practices.
JES will provide appropriate training, maintenance and follow up for all equipment purchased.