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Business Continuity Consultant

National Energy Board | Published December 12, 2016  -  Deadline October 1, 2017

Task and Solutions Professional Services (TSPS) 84084-16-0250

The National Energy Board (NEB) is seeking to establish a contract to provide professional business continuity services of 2 resources as defined in the Business Consulting / Change Management Stream 2 of the TSPS Supply Arrangement E60ZN-15TSPS on an “as and when requested” basis in Calgary and at its regional offices located in Vancouver, Montreal and Yellowknife.

2.2 Business Continuity Consultant - Senior - 2 Resources

This requirement is only open to those Supply Arrangement Holders under E60ZN-15TSPS who qualified under “Tier 1”.

This requirement is for work in Security and Continuity Services and includes activities related to: business continuity management or related operational activities in a government environment, as defined in the Statement of Work and in the specific requirements of each Task Authorization.

The estimated level of work is 60 days during the initial two year contract period, and 30 days during each of the two - one year option periods.

The following SA Holders have been invited to submit a proposal.

Accenture Inc.
ADGA Group Consultants Inc.
ADRM Technology Consulting Group Corp, operating as ADRMTEC
ARTEMP PERSONNEL SERVICES INC
Deloitte Inc.
Eagle Professional Resources Inc.
Ernst & Young LLP
Fujitsu Consulting (CANADA) Inc./Fujitsu Conseil (Canada) Inc.
KPMG LLP
Lansdowne Technologies Inc.
Maplesoft Consulting Inc
Pricewaterhouse Coopers LLP
Samson & Associés CPA/Consultation Inc
S.i. Systems Ltd.
Stratos Inc

Business Analyst – Level 3

Elections Canada | Published December 19, 2016  -  Deadline May 1, 2017

Notice of Proposed Procurement (NPP)

Business Analyst – Level 3 for Integrated Resource Planning Model

Task-Based Informatics Professional Services (TBIPS)

The information contained in this notice is a brief description of the requirement and is for information purposes only. Bidders must refer to the complete Request for Proposal (RFP) document for a full description of the requirement and the full bid instructions.

  1. Elections Canada File No: ECPB-RFP-16-0382
  2. Applicability of Trade Agreements: Yes
  3. Tendering Procedure: Open Competitive
  4. Tendering Procedure: Attachment: No
  5. Competitive Procurement Strategy: Selective
  6. Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No
  7. Security Requirement: Reliability Status

This requirement is open only to those TBIPS Supply Arrangement Holders who qualified under:

WORKSTREAM 4 – Business Services (B.1 Business Analyst – Level 3)

Supplier Security Clearance: Reliability Status

Document Safeguarding: No

The following SA Holders have been invited to submit a proposal:

  • Net Solutions Inc.
  • Adobe Systems Canada Inc.
  • BBG Management Corporation
  • CompuStaff Corp.
  • Coradix technology Consulting Ltd.
  • Gambit IT Solutions Inc.
  • Groupe Intersol Group Ltee.
  • Inround Innovations Incorporated, 3056058 Canada Inc., IN JOINT VENTURE
  • Lumina IT inc.
  • MDOS Consulting Inc., INVA Corporation, KOZA Technology Consulting Inc., in Joint Venture
  • MERAK Systems Corporation
  • Mindstream Training Center and Professional Services Bureau, Inc
  • Mindwire Systems Ltd.
  • NEWFOUND RECRUITING CORPORATION, APPTION CORPORATION , IN JOINT VENTURE
  • Quallium CorporationXX

Background

The Chief Electoral Officer of Canada (“CEOC”), an agent of Parliament, exercises general direction and supervision over the conduct of elections and referendums at the federal level. The CEOC heads the Office of the Chief Electoral Officer, commonly known as Elections Canada.

In accordance with the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat’s (TBS) standard on Enterprise Resource Planning Systems (ERP), Elections Canada issued an RFI to seek feedback from suppliers for its requirements for an Integrated Resource Planning Model (IRPM) in July 2016. As the next step in achieving compliance to the TBS standard, Elections Canada is seeking the services of an experienced Project Manager to advance its IRPM initiative.

Requirement

The objective of this contract is to have the capability to advance Elections Canada’s Integrated Resources Planning Model (IRPM) initiative to comply with Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat’s (TBS) requirement for departments and agencies to adhere to standard for enterprise resource planning. In this initiative, Elections Canada envisions providing compliant, integrated, secure, easy-to-use and efficient resources to administer the complete life cycle of Human Capital and administration of other types of transactions related to Field Administrators, Asset Management, and Financial Management.

Period of the Contract

The Contract period will be for one year from the Effective Date of the Contract (the “Initial Term”). The Contractor will grant to Elections Canada irrevocable options to extend the period of the Contract by 1 (one) additional one year period under the same terms and conditions.

International Trade Agreements

This procurement process is subject to the World Trade Organization Agreement on Government Procurement (WTO-AGP), the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), the Canada-Chile Free Trade Agreement, the Canada-Colombia Free Trade Agreement, the Canada-Honduras Free Trade Agreement, the Canada-Panama Free Trade Agreement, the Canada-Peru Free Trade Agreement, and the Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT)].

Submission of Bids

It is requested that bids be addressed to the attention of the Contracting Authority and delivered to the Proposal Receiving Unit. Bids must be delivered to the following address, sealed, on or before January 5, 2017 at 2:00 p.m. (Gatineau, Quebec time).

Mailing Address:

Elections Canada

30 Victoria Street -1st Floor (Business Centre)

Gatineau, QC

K1A 0M6

Attn: Pascal Bouchard-Phillips, Team Leader, Procurement and Contracting Services

Elections Canada File No: ECPB-RFP-16-0382

For sending packages by courier or for dropping off, please note that the Business Centre hours are Mondays to Fridays from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (Gatineau, Quebec time).

Bids sent via electronic mail or facsimile will not be accepted.

All enquiries and other communication with Elections Canada officials are to be directed ONLY to the Contracting Authority. The Contracting Authority will be the bidder’s primary contact. All requests for information must be directed to this contact. Bidders who contact anyone other than the Contracting Authority may be disqualified. All enquiries must be submitted in writing to Proposition-Proposal@elections.ca no later than the deadline indicated in the RFP. Enquiries received after that time may not be answered.

Interested parties wishing to obtain the solicitation documents for this RFP must do so through https://buyandsell.gc.ca/procurement-data/tenders. The documents downloaded through this site take precedence over any copies that may also be made available.

Documents may be submitted in either official language of Canada.

Elections Canada retains the right to negotiate with suppliers on any procurement.

Further information about Elections Canada may be obtained at www.elections.ca.

Debriefings

Once the successful bidder has been announced, bidders may request a debriefing on the results of the RFP process. Bidders should make the request to the Contracting Authority as per the terms of the RFP. The debriefing may be in writing, by telephone or in person.

NOTE: Task-Based Informatics Professional Services (TBIPS) Method of Supply is refreshed on an annual basis. If you wish to find out how you can be a “Qualified SA Holder”, please contact RCNMDAI.NCRIMOS@tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca.

Business Consulting/Change Management Services (TSPS Solution)

Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions | Published December 13, 2016  -  Deadline November 1, 2017

NOTICE OF PROPOSED PROCUREMENT (NPP)

SOLUTIONS Based Professional Services (TSPS) Requirement

Solicitation No.: 20161356

Contracting Authority: Isabelle Legault

Telephone No.: 613-990-6807

Fax No.: 613-990-0081 

E-mail Address: Contracting@osfi-bsif.gc.ca

This RFP is only for pre-qualified Suppliers for Category/Stream Business Consulting/Change Management Services Stream against TSPS SOLUTIONS Supply Arrangement E60ZN-15TSSB.

Solicitation Closes at 2:00 pm on January 11th, 2017.

List of Pre-Qualified Suppliers invited to bid:

  1. ALTRUISTIC INFORMATICS CONSULTING INC.
  2. BDO Canada LLP
  3. CORE Software Corp
  4. Deloitte Inc.
  5. Ernst & Young LLP
  6. Hay Group Limited
  7. HDP Group Inc
  8. Interis Consulting Inc.
  9. KPMG LLP
  10. McKinsey & Company Canada
  11. Pricewaterhouse Coopers LLP
  12. Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton Consulting Inc.
  13. Somos Consulting Group Ltd.
  14. Systemscope Inc.
  15. TDV Global inc.

DESCRIPTION OF REQUIREMENT:

OSFI requires the services of contractor to review and provide recommendations for improvement to the Risk Tolerance Framework and to develop a resource allocation model.

DURATION OF CONTRACT:

The duration of the contract is from January 23rd, 2017 to March 30th, 2017.

APPLICABLE TRADE AGREEMENTS:
NAFTA and AIT

SECURITY REQUIREMENTS

Security Requirement for Canadian Supplier: PWGSC File #Common-PS SRCL#9

  • The Contractor/Bidder must, at all times during the performance of the Contract/Standing Offer/Supply Arrangement, hold a valid Designated Organization Screening (DOS) with approved Document Safeguarding at the level of PROTECTED B, issued by the Canadian Industrial Security Directorate, Public Works and Government Services Canada.
  • The Contractor/Bidder personnel requiring access to PROTECTED information, assets or work site(s) must EACH hold a valid RELIABILITY STATUS, granted or approved by the Canadian Industrial Security Directorate (CISD), Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC).
  • The Contractor MUST NOT utilize its Information Technology systems to electronically process, produce or store PROTECTED information until the CISD/PWGSC has issued written approval. After approval has been granted or approved, these tasks may be performed up to the level of PROTECTED B.
  • Subcontracts which contain security requirements are NOT to be awarded without the prior written permission of CISD/PWGSC.
  • The Contractor/Bidder must comply with the provisions of the:
    • Security Requirements Check List and security guide (if applicable), attached at Annex C;
    • Industrial Security Manual (Latest Edition).

NOTE: The Task and Solutions Professional Services (TSPS) Method of Supply is subject to quarterly refresh cycles. If you wish to find out how you can be a “Qualified SA Holder”, please contact SPTS.TSPS@TPSGC-PWGSC.GC.CA

TBIPS - Business Analyst - Level 3

Canada Border Services Agency | Published January 10, 2017  -  Deadline January 25, 2017

Please find attached the Notice of Proposed Procurement

TBIPS - B.1 Business Analyst - Level 2

Industry Canada | Published December 16, 2016  -  Deadline September 1, 2017

see Notice of Proposed Procurement and Request for Proposal attached

Environmental investigation of sites

Public Works and Government Services Canada | Published December 1, 2015  -  Deadline September 29, 2017
Trade Agreement: WTO-AGP/NAFTA/AIT/Canada FTAs with Peru/Colombia/Panama Tendering Procedures: All interested suppliers may submit a bid Competitive Procurement Strategy:  Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No Nature of Requirements:   Nature of Requirements:  General information Request for Supply Arrangement (RFSA) to supply on an as-and-when-requested basis, for Public Works and Government Services Canada, environmental investigation of sites in the Province of Quebec, exlcuding territories covered by the James Bay and Northern Quebec Agreement.  All in accordance with the Annex A of the RFSA.  A Supply Arrangement (SA) is a method of supply used by Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC) to procure goods and services. A SA is an arrangement between Canada and pre-qualified suppliers that allows identified users to solicit bids from a pool of pre-qualified suppliers for specific requirements within the scope of a SA. A SA is not a contract for the provision of the goods and services described in it and neither party is legally bound as a result of signing a SA alone. The intent of a SA is to establish a framework to permit expeditious processing of "individual bid solicitations" which result in legally binding contracts for the goods and services described in those bid solicitations.  On-going Opportunity for Qualification This notice is being issued as the perpetual Notice to the Supply Arrangement (SA) (EE517-121480) to supply on an as-and-when-requested basis, for Public Works and Government Services Canada, environmental investigation of sites in the Province of Quebec, exlcuding territories covered by the James Bay and Northern Quebec Agreement. The objective is to invite additional suppliers to submitarrangements to become pre-qualified Suppliers under Terms and Conditions of  SA EE517-121480 until September 30, 2017.  Pre qualified suppliers for which a SA has already been issued under EE517-121480/A or EE517-121480/B or EE517-121480/C or EE517-121480/D, and which is still valid, do not have to submit a new arrangement.  Failure to Qualify: PWGSC will notify all suppliers that fail to qualify and identify the reason their proposal has been non-compliant.  During the 6 months following notice toa supplier of its failure to qualify, that supplier may submit additional documentation supporting its qualification. Provided the Supplier advises PWGSC, within such period, that it considers its proposal complete, PWGSC will then, subject to Canada'sright to conduct evaluations in cycles, re-evaluation the updated proposal.   CYCLES DE QUALIFICATION  Due to the resources required to evaluate the proposals, Canada reserves the right to conduct the evaluation of proposals semi-annually (that is,Canada may gather proposals received over a six-month period, in order to conduct the evaluation of the proposals concurrently as part of a single cycle of evaluations).  Evaluation Procedures Arrangements will be assessed in accordance with the entire requirement of the Request For Supply Arrangements (RFSA) including the technical evaluation criteria. No financial criteria are evaluated under this RFSA. Financial criteria will be requested during "individual bid solicitations" sent directly to pre-qualified Suppliers of EE517-121480 SA.  All compliant Offerors will receive a SA.  SET-ASIDE PROGRAM FOR ABORIGINAL BUSINESS (APPLICABLEONLY TO A PORTION OF THE RFSA):  A portion of this procurement has been set aside under the federal government'sProcurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business (PSAB).  In order to be considered, firms must certify that they qualify as an Aboriginal business as defined in the PSAB and that they will comply with all requirements of the PSAB.  Where a Supplier wishes its Arrangement to be considered for set aside for Aboriginal business, Suppliers must complete and sign the certification entitled "Owner/Employee Certification Set-aside for Aboriginal Business" attached as attachment 1.  By executing the certification, the Supplier warrants that it is an Aboriginal business as defined in the Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business (PSAB).  This PWGSC office provides acquisition services to the public in both official languages.  Delivery Date: Above-mentioned  The Crown retains the right to negotiate with suppliers on any procurement.  Documents may be submitted in either official language of Canada.

SBIPS (Solutions Based Informatics)

Public Works and Government Services Canada | Published April 22, 2016  -  Deadline December 29, 2017
Trade Agreement: World Trade Organization - Agreement on Government Procurement (WTO-AGP) Tendering Procedures: All interested suppliers may submit a bid Competitive Procurement Strategy:  Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No Nature of Requirements:   REQUEST FOR SUPPLY ARRANGEMENT (RFSA) FOR SOLUTION-BASED INFORMATICS PROFESSIONAL SERVICES (SBIPS) RE-FRESH EN537-05IT01/L  IMPORTANT NOTICE TO SUPPLIERS:  The Government Electronic Tendering Service on Buyandsell.gc.ca/tenders is the sole authoritative source for Government of Canada tenders that are subject to trade agreements or subject to departmental policies that require public advertising of tenders.  Suppliers interested in submitting an arrangement in response to this RFSA solicitation can access the RFSA documentation directly from this Notice of Proposed Procurement (NPP) publication at:  https://buyandsell.gc.ca/procurement-data/tenders   Suppliers are reminded of the importance of reading the SBIPS RFSA solicitation document carefully before submitting an arrangement.  SECURITY REQUIREMENTS:  Suppliers must hold a minimum of Designated Organization Screening (DOS) at the time of the SA issuance.  CENTRALIZED PROFESSIONAL SERVICES SYSTEM (CPSS)  The submission process for this Solicitation is paperless.  All suppliers that want to bid must have to establish an account in the Supplier Module of the CPSS e-Portal. Instructions on accessing the Supplier Module e-Portal application are specified in the RFSA solicitation document published on Buy and Sell.  All Suppliers must submit an online response through the Data Collection Component (DCC) of the CPSS Supplier Module by the solicitation closing date  NOTE: As the CPSS e-Portal does not currently accommodate digital signatures, supporting documentation as detailed in the RFSA must be submitted by email upon request by Canada. Instructions in the RFSA solicitation provide further details.  REFRESH NOTICE:  This is the refresh notice for the SBIPS Supply Arrangements.   The bid submission due dates for the SBIPS refreshes are as follows:  Period 1 is 2016-06-30 14:00 EDT Period 2 is 2016-09-30 14:00 EDT Period 3 is 2016-12-31 14:00 EST Period 4 is 2017-03-31 14:00 EDT Period 5 is 2017-06-30 14:00 EDT Period 6 is 2017-09-30 14:00 EDT Period 7 is 2017-12-29 14:00 EST   BACKGROUND:  This document will serve as a refresh of the RFSA in place for the provision of SBIPS. This will allow new suppliers to become SBIPS SA Holders and to allow existing SBIPS SA Holders to qualify for additional Streams.  Existing Suppliers may submit a bid only if they wish to add to their current qualifications (Ex.: Tier, Region, Region, Metropolitan Area, Streams, and/or Categories).  It is not mandatory for existing SA Holders to provide a response to a refresh RFSA solicitation.  REQUIREMENT:  This solicitation is a RFSA to satisfy Canada's requirement for the provision of SBIPS to locations throughout Canada, excluding any locations in areas subject to any of the Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement.  Each arrangement submitted may result in a SA.    This procurement vehicle includes eleven Streams:  LIST STREAMS: Stream 1. Business Transformation Stream 2. ERP/ CRM Stream 3. Electronic Services Delivery Stream 4. Geospatial Informatics Services Stream 5. Information Management/Business Intelligence Stream 6. IT Systems Management Stream 7. Legacy Support and Transition Stream 8. Managed Services Stream 9. Network Services Stream 10. Security Management Stream 11. Systems Integration  This SA will remain valid until such time as Canada no longer considers them to be advantageous to use them. The period for awarding contracts under the SA begins on the start date of the SA.  SET-ASIDE PROGRAM FOR ABORIGINAL BUSINESS:  Part of this procurement may be designated by one or more Identified Users as set-aside under the Federal Government's Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business (PSAB). In these specific cases, (i) the procurement isset aside from the international trade agreements under the provision each has for set-asides for small and minority businesses, and (ii) as per Article 1802 of the AIT, the AIT does not apply.  In order to be considered as an Aboriginal Business under the PSAB, the Supplier must complete the Aboriginal Business certification contained in the DCC of the CPSS.  By executing the certification, the Supplier warrants that it is an Aboriginal business as defined in the Set-aside Program for Aboriginal Business.  LOCATION OF SERVICES:  The document titled "Definitions of the Remote/Virtual Access (formerly known as the National Zone), Regions and Metropolitan Areas, at the following link are incorporated by reference into any resulting SA:  http://www.tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca/app-acq/spc-cps/dznrrm-dnzrma-eng.html   The following Regions and Metropolitan areas may receive services under this supply arrangement where a supplier is qualified to do so:  REGIONS:   Remote/Virtual Access (formerly National Zone), Atlantic, Quebec, Ontario, Western, Pacific, National Capital.  METROPOLITAN AREAS:  Halifax, Moncton, Montreal, Quebec City, Toronto, Calgary, Edmonton, Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Vancouver,  Victoria, National Capital Region.  OFFICIAL LANGUAGES:  The services to be provided will be delivered in one or both of the two official languages of Canada according to the requirements of the Client and stipulated in a contract against the SA.  INFORMATION REGARDING THE RFSA:  Information regarding the RFSA solicitation can be obtained from:  Informatics Methods of Supply (IMOS)   Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) RCNMDAI.-NCRIMOS@tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca    Delivery Date: Above-mentioned  The Crown retains the right to negotiate with suppliers on any procurement.  Documents may be submitted in either official language of Canada.

Government of Canada Interoperability Platform (GCIP)

Treasury Board of Canada | Published December 20, 2016  -  Deadline January 31, 2017

The Government of Canada (GC) is undertaking an initiative to transform the way in which systems interoperate. In the new model, the private sector will provide managed services related to GC Interoperability Platform (GCIP). The service provider will apply GC security standards and all operational activities will be performed within Canada by Canadian citizens and all infrastructures will reside in Canada. Canada may invoke a National Security Exception (NSE) for any future procurement.

The purpose of this Request for Information (RFI) is to better understand industry capabilities and maturity levels that a service provider can provide in the context of interoperability involving Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) concepts and principles. The RFI will be used to clarify GCIP draft requirements and inform a potential procurement. Should Canada decide to proceed, information gathered through this RFI may be used in upcoming phases of this procurement process, including development of a business case to analyze the cost, benefits, and risks of the service.

The service supplier will not be involved with or be responsible for business or process transformation. The GC will be responsible for the enterprise architecture (EA) with participation from the service provider. The service provider will work with the GC business owners to render enterprise applications interoperable with the GCIP. It is expected that all procurement activities and the transition to the service provider will be complete within 1 year of contract award.

The goals of this RFI are to:

  1. Gather specific information related to options for a GC Interoperability Platform (GCIP) that will be managed by a vendor(s) as a service.
  2. Gather information on future options for interoperability up to and including the cloud.

Throughout this document there will be frequent references to the GCIP Architecture Vision found below in Figure 1. Where possible, suppliers should reference it within their responses. The GC has provided potential options and is open to vendor input on different options (refer to Section 5.2).

Wood Furniture

Public Works and Government Services Canada | Published December 19, 2016  -  Deadline January 24, 2017
Trade Agreement: Set-Aside Program for Aboriginal Business (SPAB) Tendering Procedures: All interested suppliers may submit a bid Competitive Procurement Strategy:  Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No Nature of Requirements:   Project Description   Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC) is renovating the heritage building located at 111 Wellington Street in Downtown Ottawa.   PWGSC requires the services of a Contractor to supply, deliver and install Wood Furniture for offices and meeting rooms located at 111 Wellington Street, Ottawa, Ontario.  Group 1: There are approximately twenty-seven (27) pieces of MN Furniture to be delivered and installed in 3 separate deliveries between December 1, 2017 and March 2018.  Group 2: There are three (3) Modified Desks to be delivered and installed in 3 separate deliveries between December 1, 2017 and March 2018.  Group 3:  There are five (5) pieces of Racetrack Tables to be delivered and installed in 3 separate deliveries between February 1, 2018 and April 2018.  Group 4: There is one (1) Supervisors Cabinet to be delivered and installed between February 1, 2018 and March 2018.  Group 5: There are six (6) pieces of Lounge Serveries to be delivered in 2 deliveries between February 1 2018 and April 2018.  Group 6: There are seven (7) Meeting Room - Flag Stands to be delivered and installed between February 1, 2018 and March 2018.  The 111 Wellington Building is a four-storey heritage structure (a mechanical penthouse, four [4] floors above grade and two [2] partial basement levels and a partial basement mezzanine level). The building has no loading dock. Access for delivery will be provided at one (1) or more of the building entrances.   Security Requirements  There are security requirements associated with this requirement. For additional information, consult Part 6 - Security, Financial and Other Requirements, and Part 7 - Resulting Contract Clauses. For more information on personnel and organization security screening or security clauses, Bidders should refer to the Industrial Security Program (ISP) of Public Works and Government Services Canada (http://ssi-iss.tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca/index-eng.html) website.  Canadian Content  The requirement is subject to a preference for Canadian goods and/or services.  Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business  This procurement is set aside under the federal government Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business.  For more information on Aboriginal business requirements of the Set-aside Program for Aboriginal Business, see Annex 9.4 of the Supply Manual.  This procurement is set aside from the international trade agreements under the provision each has for set asides for small and minority businesses.  Further to Article 1802 of the Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT), AIT does not apply to this procurement.  Bidders Conference  There is a mandatory bidders conference associated with this requirement. Consult Part 2  Bidder Instructions.   Federal Contractors Program for Employment Equity  The Federal Contractors Program (FCP) for employment equity applies to this procurement; see Part 5  Certifications and Additional Information, Part 7 - Resulting Contract Clauses and the annex titled Federal Contractors Program for Employment Equity - Certification.  Delivery Date: Above-mentioned  The Crown retains the right to negotiate with suppliers on any procurement.  Documents may be submitted in either official language of Canada.

One (1) Level 3 Application/Software Architect One (1) Level 3 Programmer/Analyst

Office of Infrastructure of Canada | Published December 23, 2016  -  Deadline December 1, 2017

One (1) Level 3 Application Architect

  1. Develop technical architectures, frameworks and strategies, either for an organization or for a major application area, to meet the business and application requirements.
  2. Identify the policies and requirements that drive out a particular solution.
  3. Analyze and evaluate alternative technology solutions to meet business problems.
  4. Ensures the integration of all aspects of technology solutions.
  5. Monitor industry trends to ensure that solutions fit with government and industry directions for technology.
  6. Analyze functional requirements to identify information, procedures and decision flows.
  7. Evaluate existing procedures and methods, identify and document database content, structure, and application sub-systems, and develop data dictionary.
  8. Define and document interfaces of manual to automated operations within application sub-systems, to external systems and between new and existing systems.
  9. Define input/output sources, including detailed plan for technical design phase, and obtain approval of the system proposal.
  10. Identify and document system specific standards relating to programming, documentation and testing, covering program libraries, data dictionaries, naming conventions, etc.

One (1) Level 3 Programmer / Analyst

  1. Develop and prepare diagrammatic plans for solution of business, scientific and technical problems by means of computer systems of significant size and complexity.
  2. Analyze the problems outlined by the systems analysts/designers in terms of such factors as style and extent of information to be transferred to and from storage units, variety of items to be processed, extent of sorting, and format of final printed results.
  3. Select and incorporate available software programs.
  4. Design detailed programs, flow charts, and diagrams indicating mathematical computation and sequence of  machine operations necessary to copy and process data and print the results.
  5. Translate detailed flow charts into coded machine instructions and confer with technical personnel in planning programs.
  6. Verify accuracy and completeness of programs by preparing sample data, and testing them by means of system acceptance test runs made by operating personnel.
  7. Correct program errors by revising instructions or altering the sequence of operations.
  8. Test instructions, and assemble specifications, flow charts, diagrams, layouts, programming and operating instructions to document applications for later modification or reference.

Environmental Temporary Help Services

Public Works and Government Services Canada | Published January 9, 2017  -  Deadline January 30, 2017
Trade Agreement: Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT) Tendering Procedures: All interested suppliers may submit a bid Competitive Procurement Strategy:  Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No Nature of Requirements:   Environmental Temporary Help Services  EZ156-160001/B Perez, Elizabeth Telephone No. - (604) 671-2613  Fax No. - (604) 775-7526  Email:  Elizabeth.Perez@pwgsc-tpsgc.gc.ca  This PWGSC office provides procurement services to the public in English.  Requirement:  Title:  EnvironmentalTemporary Help Services in British Columbia  This requirement is for the provision of Environmental Temporary Help Services (ETHS) to various Federal Government Departments, on an as and when requested basis within the British Columbia Region.   There are three Regions within British Columbia. Offerors are to provide separate offers for each of the Regions where they wish to provide services.    Region 1 Greater Vancouver and Fraser Valley Region 2 Vancouver Island Region 3 Central and Northern B.C.  There are six classification categories:   1. Biologist  2. Ecosystem Technicians 3. Ecosystem Analyst  4. GIS Technicians 5. GIS Analyst 6. Science Program Support Assistant  The period for makingcall-ups against the Standing Offer is from March 1, 2017 to March 31, 2019.  There is a security requirement associated with this requirement.  For additional information, consult Part 6 - Security, Financial and Insurance Requirements, and Part 7A- Standing Offer. For more information onpersonnel and organization security screening or security clauses, offerors should refer to the Canadian Industrial Security Directorate (CISD), Industrial Security Program of Public Works and Government ServicesCanada (http://ssi-iss.tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca/index-eng.html) website.  The requirement is subject to the provisions of the Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT).  The requirement is limited to Canadian goods and/or services.  This procurement is set aside under the federal government Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business.  For more information on Aboriginal business requirements of the Set-aside Program for Aboriginal Business, see Annex 9.4 of the Supply Manual.  This procurement is set aside from the international trade agreements under the provision each has for set-asides for small and minority businesses.  Separate and complete offers must be provided per Region for which Offerors are wishing to provide services.  Only one offer per Region, per Offeror will be accepted and evaluated. If more than one offer is received per Region, Canada will choose which offer to evaluate.    Delivery Date: Above-mentioned  The Crown retains the right to negotiate with suppliers on any procurement.  Documents may be submitted in either official language of Canada.

One (1) Level 3 Application/Software Architect ,One (1) Level 3 Programmer/Analyst

Office of Infrastructure of Canada | Published January 17, 2017  -  Deadline February 2, 2017

One (1) Level 3 Application Architect

  1. Develop technical architectures, frameworks and strategies, either for an organization or for a major application area, to meet the business and application requirements.
  2. Identify the policies and requirements that drive out a particular solution.
  3. Analyze and evaluate alternative technology solutions to meet business problems.
  4. Ensures the integration of all aspects of technology solutions.
  5. Monitor industry trends to ensure that solutions fit with government and industry directions for technology.
  6. Analyze functional requirements to identify information, procedures and decision flows.
  7. Evaluate existing procedures and methods, identify and document database content, structure, and application sub-systems, and develop data dictionary.
  8. Define and document interfaces of manual to automated operations within application sub-systems, to external systems and between new and existing systems.
  9. Define input/output sources, including detailed plan for technical design phase, and obtain approval of the system proposal.
  10. Identify and document system specific standards relating to programming, documentation and testing, covering program libraries, data dictionaries, naming conventions, etc.

One (1) Level 3 Programmer / Analyst

  1. Develop and prepare diagrammatic plans for solution of business, scientific and technical problems by means of computer systems of significant size and complexity.
  2. Analyze the problems outlined by the systems analysts/designers in terms of such factors as style and extent of information to be transferred to and from storage units, variety of items to be processed, extent of sorting, and format of final printed results.
  3. Select and incorporate available software programs.
  4. Design detailed programs, flow charts, and diagrams indicating mathematical computation and sequence of  machine operations necessary to copy and process data and print the results.
  5. Translate detailed flow charts into coded machine instructions and confer with technical personnel in planning programs.
  6. Verify accuracy and completeness of programs by preparing sample data, and testing them by means of system acceptance test runs made by operating personnel.
  7. Correct program errors by revising instructions or altering the sequence of operations.
  8. Test instructions, and assemble specifications, flow charts, diagrams, layouts, programming and operating instructions to document applications for later modification or reference.

Hazardous Waste Disposal Services

Public Works and Government Services Canada | Published September 14, 2016  -  Deadline September 13, 2021
Trade Agreement: WTO-AGP/NAFTA/AIT/Canada FTAs with Peru/Colombia/Panama Tendering Procedures: All interested suppliers may submit a bid Competitive Procurement Strategy:  Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No Nature of Requirements:   Hazardous Waste Disposal Services, PWGSC, National  This requirement is to establish multiple Supply Arrangements to provide all labour, materials, equipment, tools and supervision necessary for the identification, labelling, packaging, reparation of profile documentation sheets, loading, transportation and disposal/destruction of user-generated hazardous waste products for various Federal Government Departments and Agencies within Canada.  These Supply Arrangements are meant for the procurement of professional and commercial services under those approval authorities.  Suppliers must be licensed and permitted to provide hazardous waste disposal services within one or more provinces or territories.  The Supply Arrangements have no defined end-date and will remain valid until such time as PWGSC no longer considers it to be advantageous to use them.  They will replace the Supply Arrangements currently in place under EW479-150546 Hazardous Waste Disposal.  Two streams of Supply Arrangements may be issued pursuant to this solicitation, as follows:  1)  Any supplier, including Aboriginal suppliers, wishing to submit an arrangement not pursuant to the Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business (PSAB). For the purpose of the RFSA, this stream istitled General or General Suppliers or General stream.  General Suppliers must be able to provide the services either across Canada (nationally) or in at least one region of Canada.  Requirements in the general stream have three tiers with separate instructions:  a)  For requirements estimated below $25,000.00 (applicable taxes included):  The requirement is subject to the Government Contracts Regulations (GCRs).  b)  For requirements estimated at $25,000.00 to below the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) threshold (applicable taxes included):   If, and only if, the requirement covered by the bid solicitation of any resulting supply arrangement is administered by PWGSC, the requirement will be subject to a preference for Canadian goods and/or services or will be limited to Canadian goods and/or services.  Otherwise, the requirement is subject to the Government Contracts Regulations (GCRs) in a similar fashion to 2.1.i.a.  c)  For requirements estimated at the NAFTA threshold to the departmental contracting limit of $400,000.00 (applicable taxes included):  The requirement may be subject to the provisions of the World Trade Organization Agreement on Government Procurement (WTO-AGP), the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), and the Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT).  2)  Any supplier, including Aboriginal suppliers, wishing to submit an arrangement pursuant to the PSAB. For the purpose of the RFSA, this stream is titled PSAB, PSAB Suppliers or PSAB stream.  PSAB Suppliers must be able to provide the services either across Canada (nationally) or in at least one region of Canada.  Requirements in the PSAB stream have two tiers with separate instructions:  a)  For requirements estimated below $25,000.00(applicable taxes included):  The requirement is subject to the Government Contracts Regulations (GCRs).  b)  For requirements estimated at $25,000.00 to the departmental contracting limit of $400,000.00 (applicable taxes included):  The requirement covered by the bid solicitation of any resulting supply arrangement will be subject to the set aside under the federal government Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business (PSAB).      For more information on Aboriginal business requirements of the Set-aside Program for Aboriginal Business, see Annex 9.4 of the Supply Manual.   This procurement is set aside from the international trade agreements under the provision each has for set-asides for small and minority businesses.   Further to Article 1802 of the AIT, AIT does not apply to this procurement.  The proposed requirement is subject to Comprehensive Land Claims Agreement(s) (CLCAs).  One or more CLCAs may apply to the bid solicitation of any resulting supply arrangement, dependant ondelivery location(s).  It is not mandatory for suppliers to identify CLCA socio-economic benefits provisions to qualify for a Supply Arrangement.  Code of Conduct: "IMPORTANT NOTICE:  New measures related to Code of Conduct and certifications included in the solicitation documents requires attention."  Inquiries are to be directed to:  Mario Giguère, PWGSC Senior Procurement Officer at Fax #: 780-497-3510 or by email to mario.giguere@pwgsc-tpsgc.gc.ca.  Delivery-date: Above-mentioned  The Crown retains the right to negotiate with suppliers on any procurement.  Documents may be submitted in either official language of Canada. Delivery Date: Above-mentioned  The Crown retains the right to negotiate with suppliers on any procurement.  Documents may be submitted in either official language of Canada.

Task and Solutions Professional Services

National Energy Board | Published December 14, 2016  -  Deadline April 1, 2017

The National Energy Board is seeking to establish a contract for the professional services as defined in the Business Consulting / Change Management Stream 2 (one senior) of the TSPS Supply Arrangement (S.A.) E60ZN-15TSSB.

The following SA Holders have been invited to submit a proposal.

2Keys Corporation

Accenture Inc.

ACF Associates Inc.

BDO Canada LLP

CGI Information Systems and Management Consultants Inc.

Deloitte Inc.

Emerion

Ernst & Young LLP

Fujitsu Consulting (CANADA) Inc./Fujitsu Conseil (Canada) Inc.

Interis Consulting Inc.

KPMG LLP

Modis Canada Inc.

Orbis Risk Consulting Inc.

QMR Staffing Solutions Incorporated

Samson & Associés CPA/Consultation Inc

PWGSC Supply Arrangement (SA) # E60PQ-140003/A - Category 6: Support Space – Collaborative Furniture

Department of Justice Canada | Published December 29, 2016  -  Deadline September 1, 2017

1. This NPP is issued pursuant to PWGSC Supply Arrangement (SA) # E60PQ-140003/A and covers a requirement from the following Product Categories of the SA:

  • Product Category 6 - Support Space – Collaborative Furniture
     

2. The Department of Justice Canada has a requirement for the purchase, delivery and installation of office furniture to Edmonton Alberta by February 17, 2017.

3. This NPP covers a requirement to be solicited amongst the General stream of Suppliers (SA holders).

4. This requirement is subject to the Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT), the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), the Canada-Columbia Free Trade Agreement, the Canada-Chili Free Trade Agreement, and the Canada-Peru Free Trade Agreement.

5. The Supplier listed below is the only Conforming Supplier identified who can meet Canada’s requirement:
Name: Advanced Business Interiors (ABI)
Location:  Ottawa Ontario

Industrial Security Systems Transformation - Draft Request for Proposal

Public Works and Government Services Canada | Published November 30, 2016  -  Deadline January 31, 2017
Trade Agreement: NONE Tendering Procedures: Suppliers on permanent list or able to meet qualification requirements Competitive Procurement Strategy:  Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No Nature of Requirements:   Industrial Security Systems Transformation (ISST) - Draft Request for Proposal  EP243-170549/A  Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) is identified as one of ten Lead Security Agencies for the Government of Canada. PSPC provides leadership and coordination activities to help ensure the application of security safeguards through all phases of the contracting process within the scope of the Industrial Security Program (ISP).   The portfolio of business applications that support the deliveryof Industrial Security services is largely outdated and unsustainable. This shortcoming hinders the Industrial Security Sectors (ISS) efforts to meet the expectations of its Industry and Government users and partners. In order to address this problem, the ISS is exploring the opportunity to modernize the technological platform that supports its operations through the Industrial Security Systems Transformation (ISST) project.  The scope and intent of the ISST project is to replace the current complement of aging systems supporting the business functions within the ISS with a unified solution that better addresses the current and emerging needs of Industry and GC.   This Draft RFP is intended to provide industry with initial context and details pertaining to PSPCs requirement. For the purposes of this Draft RFP, the target audience is potential suppliers of the Solution. Potential suppliers are invited to submit feedback and ask questions on this Draft RFP which will be considered by Canada priorto releasing the final RFP.   National Security Exception (NSE) Notice: It is anticipated that all aspects of this procurement will be subject to the national security exception and, therefore, will be excluded from all of the obligations of the trade agreements.  Note to Interested Suppliers: This is not a bid solicitation and a contract will not result from this request.   Enquiries: On behalf of ISS, the PSPC employee indicated below has been designated as the Contracting Authority for ISST.  To ensure the integrity of the procurement process all enquiries regarding the ISST procurement must only be directed to the Contracting Authority.  Contracting Authority: Christine Oates Supply Team Leader Public Services and Procurement Canada Acquisitions Program 11 Laurier Street, Gatineau, Quebec K1A 0S5 Telephone: 873-469-3917 Christine.Oates@tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca       Delivery Date: Above-mentioned  The Crown retains the right to negotiate with suppliers on any procurement.  Documents may be submitted in either official language of Canada.

Competitive Analysis for North American Automotive Investments

Industry Canada | Published December 13, 2016  -  Deadline January 24, 2017

1.0 PURPOSE

The department of Innovation, Science and Economic Development (ISED) Canada requires services to perform a competitive analysis of selected North American locations for automotive investments.

The services will be required for a period commencing from contract award to June 15, 2017.

2.0 TITLE OF PROJECT

Competitive Analysis for North American Automotive Investments

3.0 BACKGROUND

ISEDC leads federal efforts for fostering growth and competitiveness in Canada’s automotive manufacturing industry, and ensuring that the business environment is conductive to maintain and attract investment. The automotive industry is a major contributor to the Canadian economy. The industry provides high paying jobs in vehicle and parts manufacturing, and is also a major purchaser of the output of many manufacturing sectors. The automotive industry also drives innovation in many types of advanced technologies and manufacturing processes.

Both Canada and the United States (US) have well established automotive industries that are highly integrated, and Mexico’s automotive industry has grown significantly over the past two decades. Canada continues to compete with both the US and Mexico for new automotive investments and reinvestments. Companies deciding on a site for a new plant or a major re-tooling consider a wide variety of factors relating to both business costs and the business environment before making their investment decision. As such, ISEDC is interested in analysis of the competiveness issues for Canada and competing jurisdictions.  

4.0 PROJECT REQUIREMENTS/OBJECTIVES

Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada (ISEDC) requires the services of an external automotive expert or industry group with extensive understanding of the North American automotive industries and experience in identifying and quantifying comparative advantages of various North American automotive jurisdictions. ISEDC also seeks access to a computerized application that would permit customized cost modelling.

The objective of this study is to examine major site selection factors considered by automotive assemblers when making investment decisions. More specifically, the tasks are to:

  1. Conduct a comprehensive analysis of competitiveness issues for automotive assembly plants in major North American automotive jurisdictions to assess the impact on new automotive assembly investments (greenfield), powertrain investments and reinvestments (e.g., retooling) within North America. This includes compiling a comprehensive list of cost variables for those automotive jurisdictions, along with other factors affecting costs and the business environment, including government incentives, exchange rates, and inflation. Preferably, the contractor would have the ability to compare costs and business environment issues to past analyses conducted.
  1. Create an interactive cost-modelling tool, which includes the key cost variables and incentive structures to permit simulation of a particular investment scenario (a greenfield investment, a retooling or re-investment, and powertrain investments).

5.0 SCOPE OF WORK/PROJECT DETAILS

  1. Perform research on the key automotive jurisdictions selected for the comparative analysis to understand their cost components and comparatives advantages. Targeted jurisdictions include:
    • Canada: Waterloo (ON), Oshawa (ON), and Oakville (ON)
    • The US: Detroit (MI), Nashville (TN), Youngstown (OH), Atlanta (GA), Greenville (SC), Jackson (MS), Lafayette (IN), Montgomery (AL), and Louisville (KY).
    • Mexico: Toluca or Guanajuato (MX)
  1. Identify major site selection factors considered by automotive firms when making major investment decisions to be included in the cost model (e.g., production, transportation, labour, and utility costs). 
  1. Identify recent incentives granted for greenfield, re-tooling and powertrain investments at vehicle assembly plants in the jurisdictions noted above and complete a review and analysis of recent trends in incentives.
  1. Finalize a list of factors, including those cost variables relevant to the decision-making process for site selection for major investments as well as the potential incentives that may be offered. 
  1. Perform a comparative cost analysis of the business costs for assembly plants in each of the jurisdictions noted above. Consider the implications of this analysis on the competitive position of Canada in attracting investments.
  1. Complement the above cost‑oriented analysis with an assessment of other non-cost-related business factors affecting investments, such as economic, environmental, labour, transportation, and social considerations.
  1. Create an automotive cost model to conduct cost modelling and comparisons affecting investment in, and operations of, an automotive plant (assembly/powertrain) in the jurisdictions noted above, incorporating up-to-date and relevant cost data (e.g., parts and components, logistics, energy, capital equipment, payroll, etc.) and incentive structures. The model should permit customized cost modelling by flexibly allowing factors to be included or excluded to support simulating costs for various scenarios.

6.0 DELIVERABLES AND TIMELINES

The contractor will be requested to fulfill the following deliverables:

  1. Initial meeting or call with ISEDC to confirm the scope, expectations, and timelines for each task; to be scheduled by February 13, 2017.
  2. Deliver a comprehensive list of factors for approval by ISEDC prior to continuation with the measurement process; to be delivered by February 20, 2017.
  3. Draft report with preliminary findings to ISEDC; to be delivered by March 20, 2017.
  4. Customized cost model for review and comment by ISEDC; to be delivered by March 20, 2017.
  5. Full report with comprehensive findings to ISEDC for comment; to be delivered by April 20, 2017.
  6. Final report, including executive summary and a deck presentation to ISEDC; to be delivered by May 15, 2017.
  7. Presentation of final results and cost model either in‑person or via video‑conference; to be delivered by June 15, 2017

It is estimated that the project will be completed by June 15, 2017.

Throughout the project, the contractor will engage and communicate with ISEDC as required.

7.0 REQUIREMENTS

The contractor must meet the following requirements:

  • Significant and relevant knowledge in automotive manufacturing operations and the North American automotive industry.
  • Significant knowledge in international business competitiveness and site selection evaluation.
  • Significant experience conducting high-quality market research and analysis.
  • Significant experience illustrating complex subjects through the use of intuitive models and in writing and presenting reports.
  • Significant experience in financial modeling and evaluation and a demonstrated ability to construct an interactive financial cost model.
  • Sound project and financial management skills to meet the deadlines and requirements of the contract.
  • Previous experience in conducting the scope and nature of work identified above as well as in developing a customized financial modelling tool to assist in making the project cost-effective. 

8.0 LANGUAGE REQUIREMENT

The contractor may work in the official language of their choice, though final deliverables, including the facilitated session, are to be delivered in English.

9.0 MANAGEMENT OF THE PROJECT

Automotive and Transportation Industries Branch will be responsible for project.

10.0 SECURITY

There is no security for this requirement.

11.0 CLIENT SUPPORT

ISED will support the contractor throughout the project in the following ways:

  • Provide access to official(s) that can respond to the contractor’s requests for clarification, guidance, assistance, or support (as appropriate) regarding specific work items.

Notice of Proposed Procurement – Supply and delivery of electrical supplies – Canal-de-Chambly National Historic Site, Quebec

Parks Canada | Published December 19, 2016  -  Deadline April 1, 2017

This solicitation and the resulting Contract are issued against the Supply Arrangement (SA), PWGSC File No. E60HN-12ELEC/…/HN and all terms and conditions of the SA apply. Solicitation documents have been sent to holders of a SA for the Quebec region.

Description of Work: Supply and delivery of materials required for the electrical upgrading of bridges 3, 7 and 10 of the Chambly canal.

Closing Date and Time: Wednesday, January 4, 2018 at 2:00 p.m. (EST).

Late submissions will not be considered.
Standard Terms and Conditions for this procurement are incorporated by reference into, and form part of the Tender and Contract Documents.

Delivery Date: All of the materials must be delivered to the site within fifteen (15) business days after contract award.

Inquiries:

All inquiries of a technical and contractual nature are to be submitted to the Contracting Authority: Céline Morin, e-mail: celine.morin@pc.gc.ca. Inquiries are to be made in writing and should be received no less than three (3) business days prior to the closing date to allow sufficient time to respond.

This PCA office provides procurement services to the public in either official language of Canada.
The Crown retains the right to negotiate with suppliers on any procurement.
Documents may be submitted in either official language of Canada.

Bid Receiving:

Sealed tenders will be received in English or French by fax at 1-877-558-2349 or at the following address:

Parks Canada Agency

National Contracting Service

111 Water Street East

Cornwall, ON K6H 6S3

Att. : Céline Morin

SPTS - Analyste des affaires (Sénior)

Natural Resources Canada | Published December 19, 2016  -  Deadline June 1, 2017

TASK Based Professional Services (TSPS) Requirement

This requirement is for: NATURAL RESOURCES CANADA

This requirement is open only to those Supply Arrangement Holders under E60ZN-15TSPS who qualified underTier 1 for the following category: Business Analyst (Senior).

The following SA Holders have been invited to submit a proposal.

  • A Hundred Answers Inc.
  • Accenture Inc.
  • CBRE Limited
  • CGI Information Systems and Management Consultants Inc.
  • Colliers Project Leaders
  • Donna Cona Inc.
  • Hicklings Arthurs Low Corporation
  • Interis Consulting Inc.
  • KPMG LLP
  • Le groupe Conseil Bronson Consulting Group
  • LNW Consulting Inc.
  • NavPoint Consulting Group Inc.
  • PGF Consultants Inc.
  • Pricewaterhouse Coopers LLP
  • Samson & Associés CPA/Consulting Inc.

Description of the requirement

The Department of Natural Resources has a requirement for the development of a business case.

Proposed period of the contract

The proposed period of the contract shall be from contract award to 30 June 2017.

Contracting Authority

Name: Serge Tshimanga

E-Mail: Serge.Tshimanga@canada.ca

NOTE: The Task and Solutions Professional Services (TSPS) Method of Supply is subject to quarterly refresh cycles. If you wish to find out how you can be a “Qualified SA Holder”, please contact SPTS.TSPS@TPSGC-PWGSC.GC.CA

Site Supervisor & Offender Instruc

Correctional Service of Canada | Published January 10, 2017  -  Deadline January 25, 2017
Trade Agreement: Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT) Tendering Procedures: If 2+ bids offer Canadian goods/services other bids will not be considered Competitive Procurement Strategy:  Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No Nature of Requirements:   Site Supervisor & Offender Instructor  21C80-164011/A Mak, Goretti M. Telephone No. - (604) 363-0582 Fax No. - (604) 775-7526 Email:  Goretti.Mak@pwgsc.gc.ca  THIS DOCUMENT CONTAINS A SECURITY REQUIREMENT  Requirement: Correctional Services Canada provides inmates with marketable employment skills training, counseling and employment support services to federally sentenced offenders to facilitate their successful reintegration into society. CORCAN construction business line is foremost an offender rehabilitation/training program with a comprehensive education, skills enhancement and work experience program established to prepare offenders for post-release employment into the construction industry.  Within the CORCAN construction business, the Contractor is required to provide direct instruction, supervision, and evaluation of inmate work, while ensuring that safety and security of the work site, and ensuring compliance with applicable building codes.  Canada intends to award 2 contracts forTask Authorization.  One for the Fraser Valley area  (Abbotsford, Agassiz, Harrison Mills, Mission) and one the Victoria area.    The period of each Contract for Task Authorization will be one year with 3-one year option to extend.  The requirementis subject to the provisions of the Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT).  The requirement is subject to a preference for Canadian goods and/or services.  Delivery Date: Above-mentioned  The Crown retains the right to negotiate with suppliers on any procurement.  Documents may be submitted in either official language of Canada.