The Procurement and Logistics ensure the efficient, economical, legal, and ethical procurement of goods and services with the exception of travel-related expenses within the diverse and decentralized operating model of the Faculty of Medicine. It is also responsible for all shipping and receiving logistics at Roger Guindon Hall and Peter Morand campuses.
The services offered by the Procurement and Logistics are managed in compliance with the University of Ottawa’s Policy 36 - Supply of Goods and Services.
The Procurement and Logistics offer these services to the greater research community, departments, services, and offices whose funds are managed at the Faculty of Medicine.
The Procurement and Logistics also extend its Biobar program to external research partners such as The Ottawa Hospital Research Institute (OHRI) and the CHEO Research Institute (CHEORI).