FOR PROSPECTIVE PROPONENT PARTNERS
WorkSafeNB posts all public solicitations for goods and/or services on Service New Brunswick’s (SNB’s) web based e-tendering system called The New Brunswick Opportunities Network (NBON). Any interested vendor or service providers are urged to register, free of charge, with NBON to gain access to WorkSafeNB and other government procurement opportunities. This registration process can take approximately two weeks.
NBON contact co-ordinates
Toll Free – 1-800-561-1422
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Companies who register on NBON will be required to select the various goods and services commodity categories that best align to their respective business offerings.
When WorkSafeNB posts procurement notifications on NBON, those opportunities are aligned to the associated goods and/or services commodity categories that registered vendors will receive notification.
What is a Notice of Planned Procurement (NPP) versus a posting notice?
Before an official active solicitation posting, WorkSafeNB may post an advanced notification called Notice of Planned Procurement (NPP).
This is a notice that WorkSafeNB intends to post an open opportunity. The notice will provide some basic and preliminary information on the planned procurement.
This notice is posted on NBON and may be posted on WorkSafeNB’s website.
How can I offer a proposal to WorkSafeNB, which is not associated with an opportunity posting?
As a public sector entity, WorkSafeNB must adhere to New Brunswick's Procurement Act and various regulations. We post and engage the market publicly and are generally not interested in unsolicited proposals outside this official process. Any parties who want to provide an unsolicited proposal must do so only to WorkSafeNB’s Procurement Authority, and with the understanding that unsolicited proposals cannot be held as confidential. WorkSafeNB is subject to access and disclosure regulations and any unsolicited proposal submitted and received by WorkSafeNB may be disclosed.
Any further procurement questions can be addressed to WorkSafeNB’s Procurement Authority Contact – Paulette Stoddard, SCMP at 506 650 7351 or via email at email@example.com.