The Niagara Public Purchasing Committee is a group of public sector and broader public sector agencies working together to promote efficiency, economy, and effectiveness in the purchasing management field.

Historical Introduction

In September 1978, the Niagara Public Purchasing Committee was established. An executive committee was formed, comprised of representative from the Regional Municipality of Niagara, Brock University, the Lincoln County Board of Education, Niagara College of Applied Arts and Technology, the St. Catharines Public Utilities Commission and the City of St. Catharines. This executive committee was charged with the task of assuring that all contracts called on behalf of the membership would be handled in a professional and ethical manner. more

Mission Statement

The Niagara Public Purchasing Committee is dedicated to providing optimum value and resources to its member agencies and client groups through innovative and progressive co-operative purchasing. more


The NPPC was created to maximize value for all municipal taxpayers by working co-operatively to promote efficiency and economy in the areas of purchasing and materials management. more