Doing Business with ATB Financial
Each year numerous ATB procurement opportunities are made available to the public: a number of which may be an opportunity for your company (or the company you work for) to become an ATB vendor.
Consistent with governing legislation, ATB promotes fair and transparent procurement practices.
If you are interested in becoming an ATB vendor, then we want to hear from you.
Check out our current opportunities
What ATB Looks For
Cost is an important factor in ATB’s purchasing decisions; however, cost is not the only evaluation criteria ATB considers when selecting potential vendors. ATB undertakes to ensure that it receives the best quality for products and services, for the best available price, through its vendor evaluation process (including due diligence) while balancing these against ATB’s pre-established business requirements.
To aid ATB in reducing its carbon footprint, ATB’s preference is to buy goods and services from suppliers that have sound environmental policies and practices. When selecting ATB vendors, consideration is given to vendors addressing environmental issues. At a minimum, it is ATB’s expectation that all its vendors carry out their work in compliance with current environmental legislation and environmental protection laws.
Like many large organizations, ATB has two vendor management groups: Supply Chain Management (to handle all non-IT related purchasing decisions) and the Information Technology Vendor Management Organization (to handle all purchasing decisions with an IT component). To submit an overview of the goods and services your company provides, or to ask general inquiries, please contact us:
The IT Vendor Management office has developed standardized templates for procurements managed by the Information Technology Services Delivery department. If these forms are not accessible from your location, please send a request by e-mail to Bill Katz, Director, ITSD Contract Relations, at firstname.lastname@example.org.