Corporate Services


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Information Technology 

COG's Information Technology team is constantly learning and evolving COG's systems to stay up-to-date with the latest technologies, trends, and knowledge management. The team works to secure, protect, and provide acce ss to the data and collaboration tools COG members and supplier participants count on. 

Safety, security, and access


COG offers both Microsoft Teams & Cisco WebEx conferencing from each of our five in-house conference rooms that include content sharing, video calls, and audio-only telecon bridges. Remote participants can join from their own conferencing rooms, computers, mobile devices, or telephones.  


COG continually upgrades its systems and evolves with technology to ensure a safe and secure online workspace and repository of CANDU IP and information.  

For more information on IT, contact: Kelly Curtis


Procurement involves strategically managing the acquisition of goods, services, or works to meet organizational needs while optimizing value, mitigating risks, and ensuring compliance. It encompasses a range of activities from identifying requirements and selecting suppliers to negotiating contracts and managing relationships throughout the procurement lifecycle. Effective procurement practices contribute to operational efficiency, cost savings, and sustainable partnerships with suppliers, aligning with broader organizational goals and objectives.​ 

For more information on COG's procurement practices contact:  Dan Prentice

Quality Assurance 

Quality assurance is a crucial aspect of quality management, ensuring that quality requirements are met and providing confidence to stakeholders internally and externally. Various programs and standards, such as CSA N299.3, ISO 19011, and internally developed QA manuals, guide organizations in implementing effective QA practices tailored to their specific needs and industries.