The Province of Nova Scotia’s Strategic Procurement Project issued 11 RFPs across Fleet, Information Technology and Office Products categories to achieve millions of dollars in savings for public sector entities which include municipal government. Belowis a list of those contracts that are currently available. They may be embarked on by contacting either the vendor directly or a designated consultant with Procurement Services as noted in the chart. Onboarding For New Contracts 2013 05 21 (222 kB)
CAO Policing Meeting Materials
Capacity Building in Municipal Government Financial Management
The Nova Scotia Municipal Finance Corporation (NSMFC) and the Association of Municipal Administrators of Nova Scotia (AMA) have formed a joint committee with the goal of developing best practices for financial management practices for use by municipalities in Nova Scotia.
The committee strives to be representative of all municipalities in the Province. It is comprised of finance professionals working in towns, regional and rural municipalities as well as representation from Department of Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations. The committee uses recommended practices that have been developed by the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) and adapts them to fit to Nova Scotia legislation and practices.
The recommended practices are guidelines for municipalities that are interested in improving their financial management capacity. Municipalities can modify the implementation of the recommended practices in accordance with their size, population, staffing, economic resources etc.
MPA Research and Reports
The 2014 Salary Survey results are available to those municipalities who have completed the survey. To find out more about the AMANS Salary Survey call David Atchison at (902) 225-2288.
Emergency Management Advisory Board
The mandate of this Committee is to review the operation of local, regional and provincial EMO responses, and identify improvements. This group has been working on a report outlining a series of recommendations for implementation. The Emergency Measures Organization Report (183 kB).