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The Government of Ontario's enterprise-wide Vendor of Record (VOR) Program provides goods and services commonly acquired by government ministries. Many are available to other Provincially Funded Organizations, such as hospitals and municipalities. The Ministry of Government and Consumer Services establishes most agreements through open bidding, qualifying one or more vendor(s) to provide goods or services for a defined period, on specified terms and conditions (including pricing, where applicable). Some software and travel agreements are non-competitively established.
This data set contains the Advertising Review Board's enterprise-wide Vendor of Record Program. The ARB identifies and contracts through a competitive process the advertising, public and media relations, and creative communications services commonly needed by government ministries and agencies in the discharge of their mandated responsibilities. Agreements are established through open bidding, qualifying one or more vendor(s) to provide services for a defined period, on specified terms and conditions. This dataset provides the following: * VOR arrangement name * qualified vendor(s) * start date * end date *[ARB]: Advertising Review Board *[VOR]: Vendor of Record
Contains the awarded vendor & amount for government & public sector tenders by entity, vendor, category, start date, end date and awarded date.
Get data on Ontario gross domestic product (GDP) by manufacturing industries. The GDP is a monetary measure of the value of all final goods and services produced in a period. This dataset shows Ontario’s GDP by manufacturing industries, including: * food, beverage and tobacco * chemical and petroleum products * primary metal products * fabricated metal products * machinery * electrical and electronic products * transportation equipment * paper products and printing * plastic and rubber products * other manufacturing
Get data on the Ontario gross domestic product (GDP) by industry. The GDP is a monetary measure of the value of all final goods and services produced in a period. This dataset shows Ontario’s GDP by Goods Producing Industries, including: * food, beverage and tobacco manufacturing * electrical and electronic products * chemical and petroleum products * primary metal and fabricated metal products * transportation equipment * other manufacturing industries * agriculture (crop and animal production) * other primary industries * construction * utilities (excluding communications)
Geographic Information System (GIS) data with the following mapping layers from the Greenbelt Plan: * outer boundaries * protected countryside and urban river valley designations * specialty crop areas (Niagara tender fruit, grape area and Holland Marsh) * settlement areas (towns, villages and hamlets) * river valley connections. The data also contains associated policy designation mapping.
Data with the following information for large landfills: * landfill capacity * fill rates * estimated remaining capacity * engineering designs * reporting and monitoring details This dataset was last updated in 2014 and contains out of date information. It has been replaced by the Ontario landfills dataset.
Geographical information of Ontario's Provincial Correctional Institutions. The geographical information includes: * institution name * facility type * gender * region * street * city * province * country * postal code * latitude * longitude * operating status * year opened * year closed
This dataset contains a list of inventory entries that have been removed from Ontario’s data catalogue. The following details are included: * public title * date removed * ministry responsible at removal * access level at time of removal * removal rationale * new or related URL for access, if applicable No open data has been removed. Dataset entries are only removed from Ontario’s data catalogue when they represent a duplication, consolidation, or have been added in error. It is the responsibility of each ministry to keep their list of datasets up to date to ensure that the catalogue is a consistent and reliable source of government data.
This is a sample of key infrastructure projects happening in Ontario. Projects will be added and updated on an ongoing basis. The dataset includes: * project name * category * geography * status * target completion date * description * result * area * region * address * postal code * highway / transit line * estimated budget * funding sources