The Office releases information about all the financial commitments it makes exceeding $25,000.

What is a financial commitment?

A financial commitment is an obligation leading to the payment of public funds to a natural or legal person or entity. This obligation may arise out of a contract, a written or verbal agreement, an invoice or bill, or a grant.

Every month, the Office submits the list of its financial commitments exceeding $25,000 to the Committee on Public Administration of the National Assembly.

Financial commitments by fiscal year

Using the dropdown list, select the fiscal year associated with the financial commitment you wish to consult. For the Government of Québec, fiscal years begin on April 1st and end on March 31st of the following year. The list contains the fiscal years dating back to 2014 (in French only).

Definitions of certain terms

  • Reference number: number of the purchase order, number of the entry made in the government’s financial management system SAGIR, or reference number of the ministry or organization.
  • Object: name of the activity or project and description of the object of the commitment.
  • Total amount: amount distributed by fiscal year, program or item. Fiscal years begin on April 1st and end on March 31st.