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The existence assertion for accounts payable includes:

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An examination of the balance in the accounts payable account is ordinarily not designed to:

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Explains the conditions for purchasing products and services and carrying out development in a way that improves access, competitiveness, and justice, and that provides the best value or, if possible, the best combination of overall benefits to the Crown and the Canadian people.
The aim of government procurement contracting is to obtain products and services and to carry out construction in a manner that improves access, competitiveness and fairness and results in best value or, if necessary, the optimum combination of overall benefits to the Crown and the Canadian citizens.
Except for those included within the scope of paragraph (c) of the concept of “department” contained in section 2 of that Act, this policy extends to all departments and agencies, including departmental companies and divisions designated as departments for purposes of the Financial Administration Act. The regulation does not cover the following transactions:
Contracting authorities specified in the Schedule of the Government Contracts Regulations, as well as Commissions formed under the Inquiries Act, are exempt from the Treasury Board’s approval requirements.