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What is Infrastructure Ontario (IO)? Infrastructure Ontario (IO) is a crown agency of the Ontario government focused on modernizing and financing the renewal of public infrastructure, maximizing the value of public real estate and managing government facilities. We provide project delivery, lending, real estate management and asset planning expertise, and are driven to provide value for money and exceptional service to our customers.
When did the new organization legally take effect?The Ontario Infrastructure and Lands Corporation Act, 2011 was proclaimed on June 6, 2011. On this date, the new organization legally took effect.
Why did the Ontario government decide to merge Infrastructure Ontario (IO) and Ontario Realty Corporation (ORC)?The purpose of merging IO and ORC was to create a more streamlined, efficient and cost-effective organization that provides enhanced service to its various customers and stakeholders.
Who is the new organization accountable to?The new organization continues to report to the Ministry of Infrastructure and is accountable to the Minister of Infrastructure.
What part of ORC’s business will IO be responsible for?The new IO will be responsible for all of ORC’s core business areas such as facilities management, construction projects, professional services, accommodations planning, sales and acquisitions and land development.
Why did you decide to name the organization Infrastructure Ontario – are ORC’s functions going away?No. The Ontario government merged the two organizations in order to streamline and make the organization operate more efficiently and cost-effectively. ORC’s expertise in real estate management and planning has been fully integrated into the new IO’s core operations. The name Infrastructure Ontario made sense for the new organization since its main focus will be on the renewal and maintenance of the province’s infrastructure.
Are IO’s loan and AFP programs changing as a result of the merger?No, these programs will remain the same.How do I do business with the new organization?To learn more about how to bid on current IO opportunities, please visit the “Doing Business with Us” section by clicking here.
If I’m on a VOR for either ORC or IO will I need to re-apply under the new organization? No. Current VORs will transfer to the new organization and remain until its term expires.
I am a current supplier to ORC; will my existing contract change as a result of the merger?No. Your contract with ORC will remain the same until its term expires. All contracts awarded after June 6, 2011 will be awarded under the new IO and will be subject to new contract terms.
How do I apply for a job with the new organization?All available jobs are posted in the career section on this website. To view the current opportunities, please click here.
Will the new organization continue to focus and support green initiatives?Yes. Green or sustainability initiatives continue to be a priority for the new organization. Programs such as electricity and waste reduction, accessibility and heritage are fundamental programs that will be implemented across the province.
How do I contact the new organization if I have a question?Please submit your questions to email@example.com. We are committed to answering questions within 48 hours of submission.
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