Who We Are

Reeve Consulting works with the world’s biggest’s brands to help them enhance their profitability and social impact by working across the four pillars of sustainable procurement. We help public and private sector clients strategically re-think how they manage the social, ethical, environmental, and Indigenous risks and opportunities within their supply chains and procurement processes.


Minimizes harm and maximizes positive outcomes for a healthier environment. Focuses on achieving a clean, low-carbon, regenerative economy by reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, working towards circularity, resource efficiency, and biodiversity protection.


Reduces modern slavery and forced labour by setting recognized minimum labour and health and safety standards for suppliers and subcontractors, in compliance with the United Nations’ Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the International Labour Organization.


Fosters diversity and inclusivity by creating economic opportunities for equity-deserving and other target populations. Purchasing from local, diverse, and other social value suppliers, while mandating other suppliers to deliver on social value through their own corporate practices.


Promotes reconciliation through contracting and subcontracting Indigenous businesses, increasing employment and skills development opportunities for Indigenous peoples, and reducing barriers for Indigenous participation in public spending in alignment with the TRC and UNDRIP.


Canadian Collaboration for Sustainable Procurement

The Canadian Collaboration for Sustainable Procurement (CCSP) is a ten-year-old member-based network of Canadian public sector institutions working together to achieve better value through sustainable purchasing. Reeve Consulting is the Secretariat of the CCSP.

2023 Annual Report on the State of Sustainable Public Procurement in Canada

Latest CCSP Annual Report

Members are profiled each year in an Annual Report that highlights member activities, case studies of new sustainable procurement initiatives and an updated national benchmarking overview of the state of sustainable purchasing practice in Canada.

Benchmarking and Best Practices Framework

The CCSP offers members the Best Practices Program Framework as a guide to developing a high performing sustainable procurement program.

Learn More