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Urinalysis Coordinator, Urinalysis Trainer Services and After Hours coverage

Correctional Service of Canada | Published February 5, 2015  -  Deadline March 18, 2015
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This requirement is for: The Correctional Service of Canada, Community Corrections Pacific Region Trade agreement: This procurement is not subject to any trade agreement. Tendering procedures: All interested suppliers may submit a bid. Competitive Procurement Strategy: The responsive bid with the highest number of points will be recommended for award of a contract, provided that the total evaluated price does not exceed the budget available for this requirement. Set-aside under the Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business: This procurement is not subject to any set-asides for Aboriginal Suppliers. Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: This procurement is not subject to a Comprehensive Land Claims Agreement. Security Requirements: This contract includes security requirements. Nature of Requirements: The following is a summary of the statement of work for this requirement. Consistent with the Mission Statement and Strategic Objectives, a Urinalysis Collection program is required for the Fraser Valley area. The program must be in compliance with the Corrections and Conditional Release Act, Corrections and Conditional Release Regulations, and Guidelines and Policy under the Act The contractor will also be required to travel to regional sites to deliver training sessions to urinalysis coordinators. Provide after-hour coverage at the Abbotsford and Maple Ridge Parole Offices during scheduled after-hour programs and occasions where community supervision is taking place outside of regular business hours. Objectives: Urinalysis collection is vital in gathering information to accurately assess and monitor offender risk in the community. This information in turn is required to make timely, effective, and lawful decisions on an offender's release for the protection of the public and the reintegration of the offender Deliverables: provide a Urinalysis Collection Program for offenders who are referred by the Correctional Service of Canada; ensure that the chain of custody of the sample is preserved; maintain accurate records; ensure confidentiality on all information; ensure that collected samples forwarded for testing are securely sealed and clearly and accurately identified;forward samples via courier collect to the specified laboratory, in the manner specified by the Correctional Service of Canada; Expected Delivery Date: The contract is for the period commencing upon contract award and is to be completed on or before the 31st day of March 2016 with an option to renew the contract for an additional three (3) years in one year increments (subject to the availability of funds). File Number: 21883-15-0041 Contracting Authority: Liliane Matheson A/District Officer, Contracting and Materiel Services Correctional Service of Canada Community Corrections Administration Office 33344 King Road, PO Box 3333 Abbotsford, BC V2S 5X7 Telephone number: (604) 851-3234 Facsimile number: (604) 870-2402 E-mail: liliane.matheson@csc-scc.gc.ca NOTE TO BIDDERS: Bidders can obtain copies of the solicitation documents by contacting the contracting authority named in this notice. The Crown reserves the right to negotiate with suppliers on any procurement. Documents may be submitted in either official language of Canada (English or French). Given the nature of the requirements, proposals submitted by such means as facsimile or electronic mail will not be accepted. After contract award, bidders may request a debriefing on the results of the bid solicitation process. Bidders should make the request to the Contracting Authority within fifteen (15) working days of receipt of the results of the bid solicitation process. The debriefing may be in writing, by telephone or in person.

Regional Generator Testing and Maintenance

Correctional Service of Canada | Published August 11, 2015  -  Deadline September 21, 2015
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This requirement is for: The Correctional Service Canada has a requirement to service and maintain all institutional emergency power diesel generators according to Canadian Standards Association (CSA) standard C282-15. Trade agreement: Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT), North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)/Canada-Peru, Canada-Colombia and/or Canada-Chile Free Trade Agreements. Tendering procedures: All interested suppliers may submit a bid Competitive Procurement Strategy: lowest priced compliant bid, Set-aside under the Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business: This procurement is not subject to any set-asides for Aboriginal Suppliers. Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: This procurement is not subject to a Comprehensive Land Claims Agreement. Security Requirements: This contract includes site security requirements. Nature of Requirements: Regional Generator Maintenance The following is a summary of the statement of work for this requirement. Objectives: Semi annual and annual emergency generator and transfer switch inspection that meets legislative requirements according to Canadian Standards Association (CSA) standards C282-15 – Emergency electrical power supply for buildings. Deliverables: The Contractor to provide all consumables, tools, supplies, speciality transformers, load bank(s) and associated cables in the delivery of semi annual (Table 4) and annual (Table 5) inspection/maintenance. Expected Delivery Date: 2015-09-28 to 2018-09-27 with two (2) one (1) year option years. File Number: 21801-15-0109 Contracting Authority: Ella Tromp 33991 Gladys Avenue Abbotsford, BC V2S 2E8 Telephone number: 604-870-2521 Facsimile number: 604-870-2444 E-mail: ella.tromp@csc-scc.gc.ca NOTE TO BIDDERS: Bidders can obtain copies of the solicitation documents by contacting the contracting authority named in this notice. The Crown reserves the right to negotiate with suppliers on any procurement. Documents may be submitted in either official language of Canada (English or French). Given the nature of the requirements, proposals submitted by such means as facsimile or electronic mail will not be accepted. After contract award, bidders may request a debriefing on the results of the bid solicitation process. Bidders should make the request to the Contracting Authority within fifteen (15) working days of receipt of the results of the bid solicitation process. The debriefing may be in writing, by telephone or in person. The Office of Small and Medium Enterprises (OSME) offers seminars to businesses interested in learning how to sell goods and services to the Government of Canada. The seminars are FREE. Topics include:  Overview of the federal government contracting process;  Searching for opportunities on the Tenders minisite;  Bidding on opportunities;  Registering in supplier databases. The full schedule of seminars can be found on the Buyandsell.gc.ca website, under Event Calendar (https://buyandsell.gc.ca/event-calendar).

Interpretation and Translation Services for various languages for inmates.

Correctional Service of Canada | Published July 6, 2015  -  Deadline August 17, 2015
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Interpretation and Translation Services for various languages for inmates. This requirement is for: The Correctional Service of Canada, Pacific Region. Trade agreement: Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT, North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), Canada-Colombia and/or Canada-Chile Free Trade Agreements. Tendering procedures: All interested suppliers may submit a bid. Competitive Procurement Strategy: Compliant bid with the lowest price per point. Set-aside under the Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business: This procurement is not subject to any set-asides for Aboriginal Suppliers. Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: This procurement is not subject to a Comprehensive Land Claims Agreement. Security Requirements: This contract includes security requirements. Nature of Requirements: The following is a summary of the statement of work for this requirement. The Correctional Service Canada has a requirement to provide translation and interpretation services for offenders where it is related to their case management. The work will involve the following: Objectives: To provide interpretation and written translation services on an as-needed basis for offender case management meetings, Parole Board of Canada hearings, etc. Deliverables: The Contractor must provide oral interpretation services. The work must be carried out at the location/site the meeting or hearing is being held. The Contractor must provide translation services in a variety of languages other than French and English. Expected Delivery Date: 2017-03-31 File Number: 21801-16-0001 Contracting Authority: Jason Kwan #100 - 33991 Gladys Avenue, PO Box 4500, Abbotsford, B.C. V2S 2E8 Telephone number: 604-870-2512 Facsimile number: 604-870-2444 E-mail: Jason.Kwan@csc-scc.gc.ca NOTE TO BIDDERS: Bidders can obtain copies of the solicitation documents by contacting the contracting authority named in this notice. The Crown reserves the right to negotiate with suppliers on any procurement. Documents may be submitted in either official language of Canada (English or French). Given the nature of the requirements, proposals submitted by such means as facsimile or electronic mail will not be accepted. After contract award, bidders may request a debriefing on the results of the bid solicitation process. Bidders should make the request to the Contracting Authority within fifteen (15) working days of receipt of the results of the bid solicitation process. The debriefing may be in writing, by telephone or in person. The Office of Small and Medium Enterprises (OSME) offers seminars to businesses interested in learning how to sell goods and services to the Government of Canada. The seminars are FREE. Topics include:  Overview of the federal government contracting process;  Searching for opportunities on the Tenders minisite;  Bidding on opportunities;  Registering in supplier databases. The full schedule of seminars can be found on the Buyandsell.gc.ca website, under Event Calendar (https://buyandsell.gc.ca/event-calendar).

Physician Services for Inmates – Matsqui Institution

Correctional Service of Canada | Published February 3, 2015  -  Deadline February 23, 2015
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Physician Services for Inmates – Matsqui Institution This requirement is for: The Correctional Service of Canada, Matsqui Insititution, Pacific Region Trade agreement: This procurement is not subject to any trade agreement. Tendering procedures: All interested suppliers may submit a bid. Competitive Procurement Strategy: lowest priced compliant bid. Set-aside under the Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business: This procurement is not subject to any set-asides for Aboriginal Suppliers. Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: This procurement is not subject to a Comprehensive Land Claims Agreement. Security Requirements: This contract includes security requirements. Nature of Requirements: The following is a summary of the statement of work for this requirement. The Correctional Service Canada has a requirement to under the Corrections and Conditional Release Act (CCRA), to “provide every inmate with essential health care and reasonable access to non essential mental health care”. These services include, but are not limited to the following: i. Essential physical health assessment; ii. Consultation; iii. Treatment; iv. Primary mental health care (this includes collaborating with mental health professionals as well as initiating and continuing the prescription of psychotropic medications); v. Appropriate referrals; vi. Urgent health services (any condition that is likely to deteriorate to an emergency or affect the inmate's ability to carry out their activities of daily living is considered to the "urgent") including referral to the appropriate community hospital for emergency medical services when required; vii. visiting hospitalized offenders admitted to community hospitals when required as authorized by the Chief Health Services. Objectives: Provide and coordinate essential health services to inmates at Matsqui Institution as a general practitioner. Deliverables: The Contractor must provide inmate care during clinics held at Matsqui Institution, up to a maximum of 15 hours per week. Expected Delivery Date: April 1, 2015 to March 31, 2019 File Number: 21831-15-0012 Contracting Authority: Willow Bruyninckx Correctional Service Canada Regional Headquarters – Pacific 33991 Gladys Avenue, PO Box 4500 Abbotsford BC Canada V2S 2E8 Telephone number: 604-851-3233 Facsimile number: 604-870-2444 E-mail: willow.bruyninckx@csc-scc.gc.ca NOTE TO BIDDERS: Bidders can obtain copies of the solicitation documents by contacting the contracting authority named in this notice. The Crown reserves the right to negotiate with suppliers on any procurement. Documents may be submitted in either official language of Canada (English or French). Given the nature of the requirements, proposals submitted by such means as facsimile or electronic mail will not be accepted. After contract award, bidders may request a debriefing on the results of the bid solicitation process. Bidders should make the request to the Contracting Authority within fifteen (15) working days of receipt of the results of the bid solicitation process. The debriefing may be in writing, by telephone or in person.

Elder and Spiritual Advisor services

Correctional Service of Canada | Published August 25, 2015  -  Deadline November 9, 2015
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An advanced contract award notice (ACAN) is a public notice indicating to the supplier community that a department or agency intends to award a contract for goods, services or construction to a pre-identified supplier, thereby allowing other suppliers to signal their interest in bidding, by submitting a statement of capabilities. If no supplier submits a statement of capabilities that meet the requirements set out in the ACAN, on or before the closing date and time stated in the ACAN, the contracting officer may then proceed with the award to the pre-identified supplier. 1. Definition of requirement: The Correctional Service of Canada is committed to providing programs and opportunities to meet the Spiritual Needs of the Aboriginal populations within the institutions as per CD 702. The Correctional Service of Canada is legislated to provide Aboriginal offenders with the opportunity to further develop their understanding of traditional Aboriginal spirituality while allowing others to practice their beliefs and values systems The Correctional Service Canada has a requirement to provide Elder and Spiritual Advisor services to the Pacific Region Institution. "Elder" means any person recognized by the Aboriginal community as having knowledge and understanding of the traditional culture of the community, including the physical manifestations of the culture of the people and their spiritual and social traditions. The work will involve the following: 1.1 Objectives: The Aboriginal Elder shall assist Aboriginal offenders toward opportunities to further develop an understanding of traditional Aboriginal spirituality while exposing them to traditional ceremonies and belief systems. Also, to provide advice/information to staff and management, locally, regionally and nationally on issues of Aboriginal spirituality and its impact on the Institution as well as provide information to Case Management as part of the Case Management Team. 1.2 Tasks: The Aboriginal Elder shall assist Aboriginal offenders toward opportunities to further develop an understanding of traditional Aboriginal spirituality while exposing them to traditional ceremonies and belief systems by: • providing information to offenders through group discussions (circles) and individual discussions, mainly to offenders in population, including those offenders held in segregation, Special Handling Units, regional psychiatric centres, and in particular assessment units and those under community supervision. • conduct spiritual services and various traditional ceremonies either in-groups or individually such as smudging using sacred medicines, (e.g., sweetgrass, tobacco, sage, cedar), fasts, family spiritual services, sweat lodges, longhouse ceremonies. • conduct workshops for the Aboriginal Offenders regarding traditional and cultural beliefs using visual aids and other media. • provide teachings to the Aboriginal Offenders regarding the areas of Aboriginal spirituality and culture that will enhance an offender's understanding of traditional beliefs and values. • conducting group discussions on fundamental objects and ceremonies of Aboriginal spirituality. • arranging and preparing for various tribal group Aboriginal Elders to attend the Institution periodically or as needed. • providing advice/information to staff and management, locally, regionally and nationally on issues of Aboriginal spirituality and its impact on the Institution. • providing counseling to offenders in emergency situations such as a death in the family. • liaising with both Case Management staff and Aboriginal programs staff to assist offenders in the population management strategies and correctional treatment processes as well assisting parole applications and release planning. • other services as agreed between the Contractor and Project Authority, which may include escorting inmates on temporary absences. • expose institutional staff to various elements of traditional spirituality upon request and/or as deemed appropriate. • Liaison with CSC and the community. • On a monthly basis, the Aboriginal Elder using the assistance and coordination of the Aboriginal Liaison/Coordinator workers, shall report to the Project Authority. 1.3 Expected results: The contractor will promote healing and pro-social behaviour and reintegration success of Aboriginal offenders. Culture and spirituality based interaction will be provided to the Aboriginal offenders. 1.4 Performance standards: Hours of Work and activities undertaken will be documented by the contractor on bi-weekly or monthly basis. These will be submitted to the Project Authority for review. 1.5 Deliverables: • Estimated level of effort is 1000 hours in the first year. • On a monthly basis, the Aboriginal Elder using the assistance and coordination of the Aboriginal Liaison/Coordinator workers shall report to the Project Authority. 1.5.2 Paper consumption: a. Should printed material be required, double sided printing in black and white format is the default unless otherwise specified by the Project Authority. b. The Contractor must ensure printed material is on paper with a minimum recycled content of 30% and/or certified as originating from a sustainably managed forest. c. The Contractor must recycle unneeded printed documents (in accordance with Security Requirements). 1.6 Constraints: 1.6.1 Location of work: The Contractor must perform the work at any of the following locations: a) Matsqui Institution (33344 King Rd, Abbotsford, BC V2S 4P3), b) Mission Institution (8751 Stave Lave Street, Mission, BC V2V 4L8) and c) Ferndale Institution (33737 Dewdney Trunk Road, Mission, BC V2V 4L8), d) Mountain Institution (4732 Cemetery Rd, Agassiz, BC V0M 1A0), e) Kent Institution (4732 Cemetery Rd, Agassiz, BC V0M 1A0), f) Pacific Institution/Regional Treatment Centre (33344 King Road, Abbotsford, BC, V2S 4P4), g) Fraser Valley Institution (33344 King Road, Abbotsford, BC, V2S 4P4), h) Ferndale Institution (33737 Dewdney Trunk Road, Mission, BC), i) William Head Institution (6000 William Head Road, Victoria, BC, V9C 0B5) j) CSC Regional Headquarters Pacific (33991 Gladys Ave, Abbotsford, BC, V2S 2E8) k) CSC National Headquarters (340 Laurier Avenue West, Ottawa, ON K1A 0P9) l) Vancouver Island Parole (101 – 1230 Government Street, Victoria, BC, V8W 3M4) m) Nanaimo Parole (200 256 Wallace Street, Nanaimo, BC V9R 5B3) b. Travel Travel to any of the above locations of work a to m will be required by the contract. There may be requirements to travel within Canada to locations not listed in the above locations of work. 1.6.2 Language of Work: The contractor must perform all work in English. 1.6.3 Security Requirements: This contract includes the following security requirements: a. The Contractor personnel requiring access to sensitive work site(s) must EACH hold a valid Reliability Status granted or approved by CISD/PWGSC. b. Subcontracts which contain security requirements are NOT to be awarded without the prior written permission of CISD/PWGSC. c. The Contractor must comply with the provisions of the: Security Requirements Check List; Industrial Security Manual (Latest Edition) 2. Minimum essential requirements: Any interested supplier must demonstrate by way of a statement of capabilities that it meets the following requirements: • Must be female • Must have two or more years of Ojibwa or Cree teachings in relation to Sweat Lodge and Pipe ceremonies. • Must be able to perform traditional First Nations purification ceremonies and have two years or more experience with First Nations purification ceremony. • Must provide a letter of reference from First Nations communities or organizations confirming work in relation to ceremony. • Must have two or more years of experience working with women who are dealing with trauma and violence. 3. Applicability of the trade agreement (s) to the procurement This procurement is not subject to any trade agreement. 4. Set-aside under the Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business This procurement is set-aside for an Aboriginal Supplier in accordance with the government's Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business (PSAB). Therefore, only suppliers who meet the definition of an Aboriginal business, as defined in the PSAB, may submit a statement of capabilities.   5. Comprehensive Land Claims Agreement (s) This procurement is not subject to a Comprehensive Land Claims Agreement. 6. Justification for the Pre-Identified Supplier Darla Pratt is a female, Ojibwa/Cree First Nations Spiritual Advisor with years of traditional cultural experience which meets the minimum essential requirements. Darla is well recognized in her community for her knowledge and use of ceremony which meets the minimum essential requirements. Darla is able to provide traditional Sweat Lodge which meets the minimum essential requirements, Pipe and purification ceremonies which meets the minimum essential requirements. Darla has over two years experience working with women which meets the minimum essential requirements. Darla possesses the ability to work with High risk and needs Aboriginal female population which meets the minimum essential requirements. Darla has the ability to work within a federal penitentiary environment and resolve conflict which meets the minimum essential requirements. Darla is able to work as a team member within a multi-disciplinary team which meets the minimum essential requirements. 7. Government Contracts Regulations Exception(s) The following exception to the Government Contracts Regulations is invoked for this procurement under subsection: (d) only one person is capable of performing the contract. 8. Exclusions and/or Limited Tendering Reasons The following exclusion (s) and/or limited tendering reasons are invoked under the section of the trade agreement (s) specified: This procurement is not subject to any trade agreement. 9. Ownership of Intellectual Property Ownership of any foreground intellectual property arising out of the proposed contract will vest with the Contractor. 10. The period of the proposed contract or the delivery date(s) The proposed contract is for a period from 2015-09-08 to 2016-03-31. 11. A cost estimate of the proposed contract The estimated value of the contract, including option years, is $38,730.00 in fees, $4,000.00 in travel for the contract, $700.00 in Admin Fees (GST/HST extra). 12. Name and address of the pre-identified supplier Name: Darla Pratt Address: Port Coquitlam B.C.  13. Suppliers' right to submit a statement of capabilities Suppliers who consider themselves fully qualified and available to provide the goods, services or construction services described in the ACAN, may submit a statement of capabilities in writing to the contact person identified in this notice on or before the closing date and time of this notice. This statement of capabilities must clearly demonstrate how the supplier meets the advertised requirements. 14. The closing date and time for a submission of a statement of capabilities The closing date and time for accepting statements of capabilities is 2015-09-11 at 02:00 hours PST. 15. Enquiries and submission of statement of capabilities Enquiries and statement of capabilities are to be directed to: Jason Kwan, Procurement and Contracting Specialist PO Box 4500 33991 Gladys Ave Abbotsford, BC Telephone: 604-870-2512 Facsimile: 604-870-2444 E-mail: jason.kwan@csc.scc.gc.ca

Spiritual Advisor Services

Correctional Service of Canada | Published March 16, 2015  -  Deadline March 30, 2015
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An advanced contract award notice (ACAN) is a public notice indicating to the supplier community that a department or agency intends to award a contract for goods, services or construction to a pre-identified supplier, thereby allowing other suppliers to signal their interest in bidding, by submitting a statement of capabilities. If no supplier submits a statement of capabilities that meet the requirements set out in the ACAN, on or before the closing date and time stated in the ACAN, the contracting officer may then proceed with the award to the pre-identified supplier. 1. Definition of requirement: The Correctional Service of Canada is committed to providing programs and opportunities to meet the Spiritual Needs of the Aboriginal populations within the institutions as per CD 702. The Correctional Service of Canada is legislated to provide Aboriginal offenders with the opportunity to further develop their understanding of traditional Aboriginal spirituality while allowing others to practice their beliefs and values systems The Correctional Service Canada has a requirement to provide Elder and Spiritual Advisor services to the Pacific Region Institution. "Elder" means any person recognized by the Aboriginal community as having knowledge and understanding of the traditional culture of the community, including the physical manifestations of the culture of the people and their spiritual and social traditions. The work will involve the following: 1.1 Objectives: The Aboriginal Elder shall assist Aboriginal offenders toward opportunities to further develop an understanding of traditional Aboriginal spirituality while exposing them to traditional ceremonies and belief systems. Also, to provide advice/information to staff and management, locally, regionally and nationally on issues of Aboriginal spirituality and its impact on the Institution as well as provide information to Case Management as part of the Case Management Team. 1.2 Tasks: The Aboriginal Elder shall assist Aboriginal offenders toward opportunities to further develop an understanding of traditional Aboriginal spirituality while exposing them to traditional ceremonies and belief systems by: • providing information to offenders through group discussions (circles) and individual discussions, mainly to offenders in population, including those offenders held in segregation, Special Handling Units, regional psychiatric centres, and in particular assessment units and those under community supervision. • conduct spiritual services and various traditional ceremonies either in-groups or individually such as smudging using sacred medicines, (e.g., sweetgrass, tobacco, sage, cedar), fasts, family spiritual services, sweat lodges, longhouse ceremonies. • conduct workshops for the Aboriginal Offenders regarding traditional and cultural beliefs using visual aids and other media. • provide teachings to the Aboriginal Offenders regarding the areas of Aboriginal spirituality and culture that will enhance an offender's understanding of traditional beliefs and values. • conducting group discussions on fundamental objects and ceremonies of Aboriginal spirituality. • arranging and preparing for various tribal group Aboriginal Elders to attend the Institution periodically or as needed. • providing advice/information to staff and management, locally, regionally and nationally on issues of Aboriginal spirituality and its impact on the Institution. • providing counseling to offenders in emergency situations such as a death in the family. • liaising with both Case Management staff and Aboriginal programs staff to assist offenders in the population management strategies and correctional treatment processes as well assisting parole applications and release planning. • other services as agreed between the Contractor and Project Authority, which may include escorting inmates on temporary absences. • expose institutional staff to various elements of traditional spirituality upon request and/or as deemed appropriate. • Liaison with CSC and the community. • On a monthly basis, the Aboriginal Elder using the assistance and coordination of the Aboriginal Liaison/Coordinator workers, shall report to the Project Authority. 1.3 Expected results: The contractor will promote healing and pro-social behaviour and reintegration success of Aboriginal offenders. Culture and spirituality based interaction will be provided to the Aboriginal offenders. 1.4 Performance standards: Hours of Work and activities undertaken will be documented by the contractor on bi-weekly or monthly basis. These will be submitted to the Project Authority for review. 1.5 Deliverables: • Estimated level of effort is 1717.5 hours in the first year. • On a monthly basis, the Aboriginal Elder using the assistance and coordination of the Aboriginal Liaison/Coordinator workers shall report to the Project Authority. 1.5.2 Paper consumption: a. Should printed material be required, double sided printing in black and white format is the default unless otherwise specified by the Project Authority. b. The Contractor must ensure printed material is on paper with a minimum recycled content of 30% and/or certified as originating from a sustainably managed forest. c. The Contractor must recycle unneeded printed documents (in accordance with Security Requirements). 1.6 Constraints: 1.6.1 Location of work: The Contractor must perform the work at any of the following locations: a) Matsqui Institution (33344 King Rd, Abbotsford, BC V2S 4P3), b) Mission Institution (8751 Stave Lave Street, Mission, BC V2V 4L8) and c) Mountain Institution (4732 Cemetery Rd, Agassiz, BC V0M 1A0), d) Kent Institution (4732 Cemetery Rd, Agassiz, BC V0M 1A0), e) Pacific Institution/Regional Treatment Centre (33344 King Road, Abbotsford, BC, V2S 4P4), f) Fraser Valley Institution (33344 King Road, Abbotsford, BC, V2S 4P4), g) William Head Institution (6000 William Head Road, Victoria, BC, V9C 0B5) h) CSC Regional Headquarters Pacific (33991 Gladys Ave, Abbotsford, BC, V2S 2E8) b. Travel Travel to any of the above locations of work will be required by the contract. There may be requirements to travel within Canada to locations not listed in the above locations of work. 1.6.2 Language of Work: The contractor must perform all work in English. 1.6.3 Security Requirements: This contract includes the following security requirements: a. The Contractor personnel requiring access to sensitive work site(s) must EACH hold a valid Reliability Status granted or approved by CISD/PWGSC. b. Subcontracts which contain security requirements are NOT to be awarded without the prior written permission of CISD/PWGSC. c. The Contractor must comply with the provisions of the: Security Requirements Check List; Industrial Security Manual (Latest Edition) 2. Minimum essential requirements: Any interested supplier must demonstrate by way of a statement of capabilities that it meets the following requirements: * Must have 10 or more years of Lakota teachings • Must be able to do pipe ceremonies and brushing, with 2 years experience. • Must have minimum five or more years experience working in a correctional environment • Must provide three letters of reference from First Nations communities or organizations confirming work in relation to ceremony. • Must have two or more years of experience working in Pathways environment. 3. Applicability of the trade agreement (s) to the procurement This procurement is not subject to any trade agreement. 4. Set-aside under the Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business This procurement is set-aside for an Aboriginal Supplier in accordance with the government's Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business (PSAB). Therefore, only suppliers who meet the definition of an Aboriginal business, as defined in the PSAB, may submit a statement of capabilities.   5. Comprehensive Land Claims Agreement (s) This procurement is not subject to a Comprehensive Land Claims Agreement. 6. Justification for the Pre-Identified Supplier Gordon Lock is a male, First Nations Spiritual Advisor with over twenty years of traditional cultural experience, which matches the minimum essential requirements. Gordon Lock is a well recognized Elder in his community. Gordon has over 5 years experience working in a correctional environment, which matches the minimum essential requirements. Gordon has extensive knowledge of the criminal justice system from his employment with Tillicum Lelum Aboriginal Friendship Centre’s Aboriginal Prison Liaison Program, which matches the minimum essential requirements. 7. Government Contracts Regulations Exception(s) The following exception to the Government Contracts Regulations is invoked for this procurement under subsection: (d) only one person is capable of performing the contract. 8. Exclusions and/or Limited Tendering Reasons The following exclusion (s) and/or limited tendering reasons are invoked under the section of the trade agreement (s) specified: This procurement is not subject to any trade agreement. 9. Ownership of Intellectual Property Ownership of any foreground intellectual property arising out of the proposed contract will vest with the Contractor. 10. The period of the proposed contract or the delivery date(s) The proposed contract is for a period from 2015-04-01 to 2016-03-31. 11. A cost estimate of the proposed contract The estimated value of the contract is $76,390.00 in fees, $3,000.00 in travel for the contract, $1,250.00 in Admin Fees (GST/HST extra). 12. Name and address of the pre-identified supplier Name: Mary Fayant Address: Hope BC   13. Suppliers' right to submit a statement of capabilities Suppliers who consider themselves fully qualified and available to provide the goods, services or construction services described in the ACAN, may submit a statement of capabilities in writing to the contact person identified in this notice on or before the closing date and time of this notice. This statement of capabilities must clearly demonstrate how the supplier meets the advertised requirements. 14. The closing date and time for a submission of a statement of capabilities The closing date and time for accepting statements of capabilities is 2015-03-30 at 02:00 hours PST. 15. Enquiries and submission of statement of capabilities Enquiries and statement of capabilities are to be directed to: Jason Kwan, Procurement and Contracting Specialist PO Box 4500 33991 Gladys Ave Abbotsford, BC Telephone: 604-870-2512 Facsimile: 604-870-2444 E-mail: Jason.Kwan@csc.scc.gc.ca

Elder and Spiritual Advisor services

Correctional Service of Canada | Published February 26, 2015  -  Deadline March 16, 2015
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An advanced contract award notice (ACAN) is a public notice indicating to the supplier community that a department or agency intends to award a contract for goods, services or construction to a pre-identified supplier, thereby allowing other suppliers to signal their interest in bidding, by submitting a statement of capabilities. If no supplier submits a statement of capabilities that meet the requirements set out in the ACAN, on or before the closing date and time stated in the ACAN, the contracting officer may then proceed with the award to the pre-identified supplier. 1. Definition of requirement: The Correctional Service of Canada is committed to providing programs and opportunities to meet the Spiritual Needs of the Aboriginal populations within the institutions as per CD 702. The Correctional Service of Canada is legislated to provide Aboriginal offenders with the opportunity to further develop their understanding of traditional Aboriginal spirituality while allowing others to practice their beliefs and values systems The Correctional Service Canada has a requirement to provide Elder and Spiritual Advisor services to the Pacific Region Institution. "Elder" means any person recognized by the Aboriginal community as having knowledge and understanding of the traditional culture of the community, including the physical manifestations of the culture of the people and their spiritual and social traditions. The work will involve the following: 1.1 Objectives: The Aboriginal Elder shall assist Aboriginal offenders toward opportunities to further develop an understanding of traditional Aboriginal spirituality while exposing them to traditional ceremonies and belief systems. Also, to provide advice/information to staff and management, locally, regionally and nationally on issues of Aboriginal spirituality and its impact on the Institution as well as provide information to Case Management as part of the Case Management Team. 1.2 Tasks: The Aboriginal Elder shall assist Aboriginal offenders toward opportunities to further develop an understanding of traditional Aboriginal spirituality while exposing them to traditional ceremonies and belief systems by: • providing information to offenders through group discussions (circles) and individual discussions, mainly to offenders in population, including those offenders held in segregation, Special Handling Units, regional psychiatric centres, and in particular assessment units and those under community supervision. • conduct spiritual services and various traditional ceremonies either in-groups or individually such as smudging using sacred medicines, (e.g., sweetgrass, tobacco, sage, cedar), fasts, family spiritual services, sweat lodges, longhouse ceremonies. • conduct workshops for the Aboriginal Offenders regarding traditional and cultural beliefs using visual aids and other media. • provide teachings to the Aboriginal Offenders regarding the areas of Aboriginal spirituality and culture that will enhance an offender's understanding of traditional beliefs and values. • conducting group discussions on fundamental objects and ceremonies of Aboriginal spirituality. • arranging and preparing for various tribal group Aboriginal Elders to attend the Institution periodically or as needed. • providing advice/information to staff and management, locally, regionally and nationally on issues of Aboriginal spirituality and its impact on the Institution. • providing counseling to offenders in emergency situations such as a death in the family. • liaising with both Case Management staff and Aboriginal programs staff to assist offenders in the population management strategies and correctional treatment processes as well assisting parole applications and release planning. • other services as agreed between the Contractor and Project Authority, which may include escorting inmates on temporary absences. • expose institutional staff to various elements of traditional spirituality upon request and/or as deemed appropriate. • Liaison with CSC and the community. • On a monthly basis, the Aboriginal Elder using the assistance and coordination of the Aboriginal Liaison/Coordinator workers, shall report to the Project Authority. 1.3 Expected results: The contractor will promote healing and pro-social behaviour and reintegration success of Aboriginal offenders. Culture and spirituality based interaction will be provided to the Aboriginal offenders. 1.4 Performance standards: Hours of Work and activities undertaken will be documented by the contractor on bi-weekly or monthly basis. These will be submitted to the Project Authority for review. 1.5 Deliverables: • Estimated level of effort is 1717.5 hours in the first year of the contract. • On a monthly basis, the Aboriginal Elder using the assistance and coordination of the Aboriginal Liaison/Coordinator workers shall report to the Project Authority. 1.5.2 Paper consumption: a. Should printed material be required, double sided printing in black and white format is the default unless otherwise specified by the Project Authority. b. The Contractor must ensure printed material is on paper with a minimum recycled content of 30% and/or certified as originating from a sustainably managed forest. c. The Contractor must recycle unneeded printed documents (in accordance with Security Requirements). 1.6 Constraints: 1.6.1 Location of work: The Contractor must perform the work at any of the following locations: a) Matsqui Institution (33344 King Rd, Abbotsford, BC V2S 4P3), b) Mission Institution (8751 Stave Lave Street, Mission, BC V2V 4L8) and c) Mountain Institution (4732 Cemetery Rd, Agassiz, BC V0M 1A0), d) Kent Institution (4732 Cemetery Rd, Agassiz, BC V0M 1A0), e) Pacific Institution/Regional Treatment Centre (33344 King Road, Abbotsford, BC, V2S 4P4), f) Fraser Valley Institution (33344 King Road, Abbotsford, BC, V2S 4P4), g) William Head Institution (6000 William Head Road, Victoria, BC, V9C 0B5) h) CSC Regional Headquarters Pacific (33991 Gladys Ave, Abbotsford, BC, V2S 2E8) b. Travel Travel to any of the above locations of work will be required by the contract. There may be requirements to travel within Canada to locations not listed in the above locations of work. 1.6.2 Language of Work: The contractor must perform all work in English. 1.6.3 Security Requirements: This contract includes the following security requirements: a. The Contractor personnel requiring access to sensitive work site(s) must EACH hold a valid Reliability Status granted or approved by CISD/PWGSC. b. Subcontracts which contain security requirements are NOT to be awarded without the prior written permission of CISD/PWGSC. c. The Contractor must comply with the provisions of the: Security Requirements Check List; Industrial Security Manual (Latest Edition) 2. Minimum essential requirements: Any interested supplier must demonstrate by way of a statement of capabilities that it meets the following requirements: • Must be male • Must have two or more years of Coast Salish teachings • Must be able to do cleansing ceremony Must have two years of experience in providing the service • Must have minimum five or more years experience with Sto:lo Nation’s Justice Program • Must provide three letters of reference from First Nations communities or organizations confirming work in relation to ceremony. • Must have two or more years of experience working in the criminal justice system. 3. Applicability of the trade agreement (s) to the procurement This procurement is not subject to any trade agreement. 4. Set-aside under the Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business This procurement is set-aside for an Aboriginal Supplier in accordance with the government's Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business (PSAB). Therefore, only suppliers who meet the definition of an Aboriginal business, as defined in the PSAB, may submit a statement of capabilities.   5. Comprehensive Land Claims Agreement (s) This procurement is not subject to a Comprehensive Land Claims Agreement. 6. Justification for the Pre-Identified Supplier Francis (Frank) Charlie is a male, which meets the minimum essential requirements, First Nations Spiritual Advisor with over twenty years of traditional cultural experience, which meets the minimum essential requirements. Frank Charlie is a well recognized elder in his community. Frank has over 2 years experience working in a correctional environment, which meets the minimum essential requirements. Frank has extensive knowledge of the criminal justice system from his 8 years of employment with Sto:lo Nation’s Programs which meets the minimum essential requirements outlined in this ACAN. 7. Government Contracts Regulations Exception(s) The following exception to the Government Contracts Regulations is invoked for this procurement under subsection: (d) only one person is capable of performing the contract. 8. Exclusions and/or Limited Tendering Reasons The following exclusion (s) and/or limited tendering reasons are invoked under the section of the trade agreement (s) specified: This procurement is not subject to any trade agreement. 9. Ownership of Intellectual Property Ownership of any foreground intellectual property arising out of the proposed contract will vest with the Contractor. 10. The period of the proposed contract or the delivery date(s) The proposed contract is for a period from 2015-04-01 to 2016-03-31 11. A cost estimate of the proposed contract The estimated value of the contract is $69,026.00 in fees, $2,000.00 in travel for the contract, $1,250.00 in Admin Fees (GST/HST extra). 12. Name and address of the pre-identified supplier Name: Francis (Frank) Charlie Address: Chilliwack BC   13. Suppliers' right to submit a statement of capabilities Suppliers who consider themselves fully qualified and available to provide the goods, services or construction services described in the ACAN, may submit a statement of capabilities in writing to the contact person identified in this notice on or before the closing date and time of this notice. This statement of capabilities must clearly demonstrate how the supplier meets the advertised requirements. 14. The closing date and time for a submission of a statement of capabilities The closing date and time for accepting statements of capabilities is 2015, 03-15 at 14:00 hours PST. 15. Enquiries and submission of statement of capabilities Enquiries and statement of capabilities are to be directed to: Jason Kwan, Procurement and Contracting Specialist PO Box 4500 33991 Gladys Ave Abbotsford, BC Telephone: 604-870-2512 Facsimile: 604-870-2444 E-mail: Jason.Kwan@csc.scc.gc.ca

Elder and Spiritual Advisor services

Correctional Service of Canada | Published February 20, 2015  -  Deadline September 3, 2015
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An advanced contract award notice (ACAN) is a public notice indicating to the supplier community that a department or agency intends to award a contract for goods, services or construction to a pre-identified supplier, thereby allowing other suppliers to signal their interest in bidding, by submitting a statement of capabilities. If no supplier submits a statement of capabilities that meet the requirements set out in the ACAN, on or before the closing date and time stated in the ACAN, the contracting officer may then proceed with the award to the pre-identified supplier. 1. Definition of requirement: The Correctional Service of Canada is committed to providing programs and opportunities to meet the Spiritual Needs of the Aboriginal populations within the institutions as per CD 702. The Correctional Service of Canada is legislated to provide Aboriginal offenders with the opportunity to further develop their understanding of traditional Aboriginal spirituality while allowing others to practice their beliefs and values systems The Correctional Service Canada has a requirement to provide Elder and Spiritual Advisor services to the Pacific Region Institution. "Elder" means any person recognized by the Aboriginal community as having knowledge and understanding of the traditional culture of the community, including the physical manifestations of the culture of the people and their spiritual and social traditions. The work will involve the following: 1.1 Objectives: The Aboriginal Elder shall assist Aboriginal offenders toward opportunities to further develop an understanding of traditional Aboriginal spirituality while exposing them to traditional ceremonies and belief systems. Also, to provide advice/information to staff and management, locally, regionally and nationally on issues of Aboriginal spirituality and its impact on the Institution as well as provide information to Case Management as part of the Case Management Team. 1.2 Tasks: The Aboriginal Elder shall assist Aboriginal offenders toward opportunities to further develop an understanding of traditional Aboriginal spirituality while exposing them to traditional ceremonies and belief systems by: • providing information to offenders through group discussions (circles) and individual discussions, mainly to offenders in population, including those offenders held in segregation, Special Handling Units, regional psychiatric centres, and in particular assessment units and those under community supervision. • conduct spiritual services and various traditional ceremonies either in-groups or individually such as smudging using sacred medicines, (e.g., sweetgrass, tobacco, sage, cedar), fasts, family spiritual services, sweat lodges, longhouse ceremonies. • conduct workshops for the Aboriginal Offenders regarding traditional and cultural beliefs using visual aids and other media. • provide teachings to the Aboriginal Offenders regarding the areas of Aboriginal spirituality and culture that will enhance an offender's understanding of traditional beliefs and values. • conducting group discussions on fundamental objects and ceremonies of Aboriginal spirituality. • arranging and preparing for various tribal group Aboriginal Elders to attend the Institution periodically or as needed. • providing advice/information to staff and management, locally, regionally and nationally on issues of Aboriginal spirituality and its impact on the Institution. • providing counseling to offenders in emergency situations such as a death in the family. • liaising with both Case Management staff and Aboriginal programs staff to assist offenders in the population management strategies and correctional treatment processes as well assisting parole applications and release planning. • other services as agreed between the Contractor and Project Authority, which may include escorting inmates on temporary absences. • expose institutional staff to various elements of traditional spirituality upon request and/or as deemed appropriate. • Liaison with CSC and the community. • On a monthly basis, the Aboriginal Elder using the assistance and coordination of the Aboriginal Liaison/Coordinator workers, shall report to the Project Authority. 1.3 Expected results: The contractor will promote healing and pro-social behaviour and reintegration success of Aboriginal offenders. Culture and spirituality based interaction will be provided to the Aboriginal offenders. 1.4 Performance standards: Hours of Work and activities undertaken will be documented by the contractor on bi-weekly or monthly basis. These will be submitted to the Project Authority for review. 1.5 Deliverables: • Estimated level of effort is 1717.5 hours in the 2015-04-01 to 2016-03-31 • On a monthly basis, the Aboriginal Elder using the assistance and coordination of the Aboriginal Liaison/Coordinator workers shall report to the Project Authority. 1.5.2 Paper consumption: a. Should printed material be required, double sided printing in black and white format is the default unless otherwise specified by the Project Authority. b. The Contractor must ensure printed material is on paper with a minimum recycled content of 30% and/or certified as originating from a sustainably managed forest. c. The Contractor must recycle unneeded printed documents (in accordance with Security Requirements). 1.6 Constraints: 1.6.1 Location of work: The Contractor must perform the work at any of the following locations: a) Matsqui Institution (33344 King Rd, Abbotsford, BC V2S 4P3), b) Mission Institution (8751 Stave Lave Street, Mission, BC V2V 4L8) and c) Mountain Institution (4732 Cemetery Rd, Agassiz, BC V0M 1A0), d) Kent Institution (4732 Cemetery Rd, Agassiz, BC V0M 1A0), e) Pacific Institution/Regional Treatment Centre (33344 King Road, Abbotsford, BC, V2S 4P4), f) Fraser Valley Institution (33344 King Road, Abbotsford, BC, V2S 4P4), g) William Head Institution (6000 William Head Road, Victoria, BC, V9C 0B5) h) CSC Regional Headquarters Pacific (33991 Gladys Ave, Abbotsford, BC, V2S 2E8) b. Travel Travel to any of the above locations of work will be required by the contract. There may be requirements to travel within Canada to locations not listed in the above locations of work. 1.6.2 Language of Work: The contractor must perform all work in English. 1.6.3 Security Requirements: This contract includes the following security requirements: a. The Contractor personnel requiring access to sensitive work site(s) must EACH hold a valid Reliability Status granted or approved by CISD/PWGSC. b. Subcontracts which contain security requirements are NOT to be awarded without the prior written permission of CISD/PWGSC. c. The Contractor must comply with the provisions of the: Security Requirements Check List; Industrial Security Manual (Latest Edition) 2. Minimum essential requirements: Any interested supplier must demonstrate by way of a statement of capabilities that it meets the following requirements: • Must be male • Must have 10 or more years of Coast Salish teachings • Must be able to do sweat lodge ceremonies, pipe ceremonies and brushing (must have at least 2 years of experience in providing these services) • Must have minimum five or more years experience with Sto:lo Nation’s Justice Program • Must provide three letters of reference from First Nations communities or organizations confirming work in relation to ceremony. • Must have two or more years of experience working in the criminal justice system. 3. Applicability of the trade agreement (s) to the procurement This procurement is not subject to any trade agreement. 4. Set-aside under the Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business This procurement is set-aside for an Aboriginal Supplier in accordance with the government's Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business (PSAB). Therefore, only suppliers who meet the definition of an Aboriginal business, as defined in the PSAB, may submit a statement of capabilities.   5. Comprehensive Land Claims Agreement (s) This procurement is not subject to a Comprehensive Land Claims Agreement. 6. Justification for the Pre-Identified Supplier Gordon Lock is a male, First Nations Spiritual Advisor with over twenty years of traditional cultural experience, who meets the minimum essential requirements outlined in this ACAN. Gordon Lock is a well recognized Elder in his community. Gordon has over 5 years experience working in a correctional environment, which meets the minimum essential requirements outlined in this ACAN. Gordon has extensive knowledge of the criminal justice system from his employment with Tillicum Lelum Aboriginal Friendship Centre’s Aboriginal Prison Liaison Program. 7. Government Contracts Regulations Exception(s) The following exception to the Government Contracts Regulations is invoked for this procurement under subsection: (d) only one person is capable of performing the contract. 8. Exclusions and/or Limited Tendering Reasons The following exclusion (s) and/or limited tendering reasons are invoked under the section of the trade agreement (s) specified: This procurement is not subject to any trade agreement. 9. Ownership of Intellectual Property Ownership of any foreground intellectual property arising out of the proposed contract will vest with the Contractor. 10. The period of the proposed contract or the delivery date(s) The proposed contract is for a period from 2015-04-01 to 2016-03-31. 11. A cost estimate of the proposed contract The estimated value of the contract is $69,026.00 in fees, $2,000.00 in travel for the contract, $1,250.00.00 in Admin Fees (GST/HST extra). 12. Name and address of the pre-identified supplier Name: Gordon Lock Address: 32628 Bobcat Drive Mission, BC V2V 5L1   13. Suppliers' right to submit a statement of capabilities Suppliers who consider themselves fully qualified and available to provide the goods, services or construction services described in the ACAN, may submit a statement of capabilities in writing to the contact person identified in this notice on or before the closing date and time of this notice. This statement of capabilities must clearly demonstrate how the supplier meets the advertised requirements. 14. The closing date and time for a submission of a statement of capabilities The closing date and time for accepting statements of capabilities is Monday March 09, 2015 at 02:00 hours, (PST). 15. Enquiries and submission of statement of capabilities Enquiries and statement of capabilities are to be directed to: Jason Kwan, Procurement and Contracting Specialist PO Box 4500 33991 Gladys Ave Abbotsford, BC Telephone: 604-870-2512 Facsimile: 604-870-2444 E-mail: Jason.Kwan@csc.scc.gc.ca

HVAC Inspection and Cleaning Maintenance Services

Correctional Service of Canada | Published June 28, 2016  -  Deadline August 8, 2016
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This requirement is for: The Correctional Service of Canada, Pacific Region.

Note: William Head Institution, Vancouver Island not included.

Trade agreement: Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT), World Trade Organisation-Agreement on Government Procurement (WTO-AGP), North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)/Canada-Peru, Canada-Colombia and/or Canada-Chile Free Trade Agreements.

Tendering procedures: All interested suppliers may submit a bid.

Competitive Procurement Strategy: lowest priced compliant bid.

Set-aside under the Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business:

This procurement is not subject to any set-asides for Aboriginal Suppliers.

Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement:

This procurement is not subject to a Comprehensive Land Claims Agreement.

Security Requirements:

This contract does not include security requirements.

Nature of Requirements:

The following is a summary of the statement of work for this requirement.

The Correctional Services Canada (CSC) has a requirement to establish a Regional Individual Standing Offer for Inspection and Cleaning Maintenance of HVAC Equipment. The work of this Standing Offer comprises the furnishing of all labour, materials, and equipment for the inspection and cleaning maintenance of the commercial and domestic HVAC equipment.

Objectives: To provide condition inspections and cleaning services for all components of commercial HVAC systems to a variety of use buildings within correctional institutions and community correctional facilities of the Pacific Region of the Correctional Service of Canada.

Deliverables

  1. Inspection Services on an hourly basis and a written report of findings and cleaning recommendations

    or

  2. Cleaning Services on HVAC system on an hourly basis.

Expected Delivery Date: For three years from date of award

File Number: 21801-16-0053

Contracting Authority: Ella Tromp

Address: 33991 Gladys Avenue

Abbotsford, BC V2S 2E8

Telephone number: 604-870-2521

Facsimile number: 604-870-2444

E-mail: ella.tromp@csc-scc.gc.ca

NOTE TO BIDDERS: Bidders can obtain the complete statement of work and evaluation criteria by ordering the solicitation document and associated documents from Buyandsell.gc.ca/tenders.

Bidders can obtain copies of the solicitation documents by contacting the contracting authority named in this notice.

The Crown reserves the right to negotiate with suppliers on any procurement.

Documents may be submitted in either official language of Canada (English or French).

Given the nature of the requirements, proposals submitted by such means as facsimile or electronic mail will not be accepted.

After contract award, bidders may request a debriefing on the results of the bid solicitation process. Bidders should make the request to the Contracting Authority within fifteen (15) working days of receipt of the results of the bid solicitation process. The debriefing may be in writing, by telephone or in person.

The Office of Small and Medium Enterprises (OSME) offers seminars to businesses interested in learning how to sell goods and services to the Government of Canada. The seminars are FREE.

Topics include:

Overview of the federal government contracting process;

Searching for opportunities on the Buy and Sell - Tenders website;

Bidding on opportunities;

Registering in supplier databases.

The full schedule of seminars can be found on the Buyandsell.gc.ca website, under Event Calendar (https://buyandsell.gc.ca/event-calendar).

Accompaniment of High Risk Offenders

Correctional Service of Canada | Published November 23, 2015  -  Deadline December 14, 2015
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Accompaniment Services for High Risk Offenders This requirement is for: The Correctional Service of Canada, Pacific Region Trade agreement: This procurement is not subject to any trade agreements Tendering procedures: All interested suppliers may submit a bid. Competitive Procurement Strategy: Compliant bid with the lowest price per point Set-aside under the Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business: This procurement is not subject to any set-asides for Aboriginal Suppliers. Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: This procurement is not subject to a Comprehensive Land Claims Agreement. Security Requirements: This contract includes security requirements. Nature of Requirements: The following is a summary of the statement of work for this requirement. The Correctional Service of Canada has a requirement to provide transportation/accompaniment services for offenders being released from Institutions within the Pacific Region to their respective community release destinations. This contract is to provide services that enhance a seamless transition of in-custody offenders back to the community, and specifically back to a Community Residential Facility or Community Corrections Centre. Objectives: The contractor must provide transportation/accompaniment services for offenders being released from Institutions within the Pacific Region to their respective community release destinations. Deliverables: The contractor must use Government Vehicles, provided by CSC, for transportation purposes, this includes picking up the vehicle from its specified storage location at the designated Institution, picking up offender(s) from the designated Institution-Admissions and Discharge, transporting offenders and any personal belongings directly to their specified destination. The contractor must return the Government vehicle directly back to the designated institution; Expected Delivery Date: , January 1, 2016 to March 31, 2017 (with an option to extend for two additional, one year periods to March 31, 2019) subject to the availability of funds File Number: 21895-15-009/B Contracting Authority: Katie Simpson Address: 33344 King Road, PO Box 3333, Abbotsford, BC, V2S 5X7 Telephone number: (604) 870-2401 Facsimile number: (604) 870-2402 E-mail: katie.simpson@csc-scc.gc.ca NOTE TO BIDDERS: Bidders can obtain the complete statement of work and evaluation criteria by ordering the solicitation document and associated documents from Buyandsell.gc.ca/tenders. The Crown reserves the right to negotiate with suppliers on any procurement. Documents may be submitted in either official language of Canada (English or French). Given the nature of the requirements, proposals submitted by such means as electronic mail will not be accepted. After contract award, bidders may request a debriefing on the results of the bid solicitation process. Bidders should make the request to the Contracting Authority within fifteen (15) working days of receipt of the results of the bid solicitation process. The debriefing may be in writing, by telephone or in person. The Office of Small and Medium Enterprises (OSME) offers seminars to businesses interested in learning how to sell goods and services to the Government of Canada. The seminars are FREE. Topics include: Ÿ Overview of the federal government contracting process; Ÿ Searching for opportunities on the Tenders minisite; Ÿ Bidding on opportunities; Ÿ Registering in supplier databases. The full schedule of seminars can be found on the Buyandsell.gc.ca website, under Event Calendar (https://buyandsell.gc.ca/event-calendar).

Insulation & Fire Protection

Correctional Service of Canada | Published February 4, 2016  -  Deadline February 18, 2016
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Insulation & Fire Protection

This requirement is for: The Correctional Service of Canada, CORCAN Construction - Pacific Region

Trade agreement: Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT)

Tendering procedures:

All interested suppliers may submit a bid.

Competitive Procurement Strategy:

Lowest priced compliant bid.

Set-aside under the Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business:

This procurement is not subject to any set-asides for Aboriginal Suppliers.

Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement:

This procurement is not subject to a Comprehensive Land Claims Agreement.

Security Requirements:

This contract does not include security requirements.

Nature of Requirements:

The following is a summary of the statement of work for this requirement.

The Correctional Service Canada has a requirement to remove existing Insulation and supply and install new Spray Insulation and Fireproofing at Matsqui Complex, Abbotsford BC.

Objectives:

Work to be completed in a timely manner and as per Statement of Work and Plans & Specifications provided to Corcan by Public Works and Government Services.

Deliverables:

  • Remove Existing Spray Insulation from the Interior of the building.
  • Supply and Install Spray Polyurethane Insulation and Spray Fireproofing Urethane Insulation Covering
  • Supply all labour, material, tools, equipment, transportation, installation and supervision necessary to complete the Statement of Work.

Expected Delivery Date: The work must be completed prior to March 31, 2016

File Number: 21C82-15-0733

Contracting Authority: Marguerite Ronholm

100-33991 Gladys Avenue

Abbotsford BC V2S 2E8

Telephone number: 604-870-2556

Facsimile number: 604-870-2444

E-mail: Marguerite.Ronholm@csc-scc.gc.ca

NOTE TO BIDDERS:

Bidders can obtain the complete statement of work and evaluation criteria by ordering the solicitation document and associated documents from Buyandsell.gc.ca/tenders.

The Crown reserves the right to negotiate with suppliers on any procurement.

Documents may be submitted in either official language of Canada (English or French).

Given the nature of the requirements, proposals submitted by electronic mail will not be accepted.

After contract award, bidders may request a debriefing on the results of the bid solicitation process. Bidders should make the request to the Contracting Authority within fifteen (15) working days of receipt of the results of the bid solicitation process. The debriefing may be in writing, by telephone or in person.

The Office of Small and Medium Enterprises (OSME) offers seminars to businesses interested in learning how to sell goods and services to the Government of Canada. The seminars are FREE.

Topics include:

Overview of the federal government contracting process;

Searching for opportunities on the Buy and Sell - Tenders website;

Bidding on opportunities;

Registering in supplier databases.

The full schedule of seminars can be found on the Buyandsell.gc.ca website, under Event Calendar (https://buyandsell.gc.ca/event-calendar).

Work Alone Protection Service

Correctional Service of Canada | Published October 26, 2015  -  Deadline July 12, 2015
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Work Alone Protection Services This requirement is for: The Correctional Service of Canada, Pacific Region Community Corrections. Trade agreement: This procurement is not subject to any trade agreement. Tendering procedures: All interested suppliers may submit a bid. Competitive Procurement Strategy: lowest priced compliant bid. Set-aside under the Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business: This procurement is not subject to any set-asides for Aboriginal Suppliers. Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: This procurement is not subject to a Comprehensive Land Claims Agreement. Security Requirements: This contract includes security requirements. Nature of Requirements: The following is a summary of the statement of work for this requirement. The Correctional Service Canada has a requirement to have an effective system in place to monitor the whereabouts of parole staff conducting community visits and other related activities in the province of BC and the Yukon Territory. An automated system has proven the most effective means of doing this. The work will involve the following: Objectives: The Pacific Region Community Corrections District requires lone worker monitoring service for up to 140 employees of CSC who travel and conduct community visits with offenders and/or their families, employers, friends, and acquaintances. Lone worker monitoring service is required up to 16 hours per day, on a 7 days per week basis. Deliverables: The contractor is to provide lone worker monitoring services for up to 140 employees, up to 16 hours per day, 7 days per weekThe Contractor is to provide in person and/or virtual training to new and existing CSC employees on the use of the lone worker monitoring service when and as required.The Contractor is to provide technical support to CSC/Project Authority on the lone worker monitoring service when and as required.The contractor will be required to record all events and contacts on the system and provide access and/or a copy to the PA or delegate when requested.The contractor will provide CSC Community Corrections with administrative authority to change who the designated managers are within their system. Expected Delivery Date: January 1, 2016 to March 31, 2017 (with an option to extend for two additional, one year periods to March 31, 2019) subject to the availability of funds File Number: 21895-15-0004/B Contracting Authority: Name: Katie Simpson Title: District Officer, Contracting and Materiel Services Correctional Service Canada Branch/Directorate: Community Corrections (Pacific) Telephone: 604-870-2401 Facsimile: 604-870-2402 E-mail address: Katie.simpson@csc-scc.gc.ca NOTE TO BIDDERS: Bidders can obtain the complete statement of work and evaluation criteria by ordering the solicitation document and associated documents from Buyandsell.gc.ca/tenders. The Crown reserves the right to negotiate with suppliers on any procurement. Documents may be submitted in either official language of Canada (English or French). Given the nature of the requirements, proposals submitted by such means as facsimile or electronic mail will not be accepted. After contract award, bidders may request a debriefing on the results of the bid solicitation process. Bidders should make the request to the Contracting Authority within fifteen (15) working days of receipt of the results of the bid solicitation process. The debriefing may be in writing, by telephone or in person. The Office of Small and Medium Enterprises (OSME) offers seminars to businesses interested in learning how to sell goods and services to the Government of Canada. The seminars are FREE. Topics include: Overview of the federal government contracting process; Searching for opportunities on the Tenders minisite; Bidding on opportunities; Registering in supplier databases. The full schedule of seminars can be found on the Buyandsell.gc.ca website, under Event Calendar (https://buyandsell.gc.ca/event-calendar).

Accompaniment of High Risk Offenders

Correctional Service of Canada | Published July 31, 2015  -  Deadline September 9, 2015
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Accompaniment Services for High Risk Offenders This requirement is for: The Correctional Service of Canada, Pacific Region Trade agreement: This procurement is not subject to any trade agreements Tendering procedures: All interested suppliers may submit a bid. Competitive Procurement Strategy: The responsive bid with the highest number of points will be recommended for award of a contract Set-aside under the Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business: This procurement is not subject to any set-asides for Aboriginal Suppliers. Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: This procurement is not subject to a Comprehensive Land Claims Agreement. Security Requirements: This contract includes security requirements. Nature of Requirements: The following is a summary of the statement of work for this requirement. The Correctional Service of Canada has a requirement to provide transportation/accompaniment services for offenders being released from Institutions within the Pacific Region to their respective community release destinations. This contract is to provide services that enhance a seamless transition of in-custody offenders back to the community, and specifically back to a Community Residential Facility or Community Corrections Centre. Objectives: The contractor must provide transportation/accompaniment services for offenders being released from Institutions within the Pacific Region to their respective community release destinations. Deliverables: The contractor must use Government Vehicles, provided by CSC, for transportation purposes, this includes picking up the vehicle from its specified storage location at the designated Institution, picking up offender(s) from the designated Institution-Admissions and Discharge, transporting offenders and any personal belongings directly to their specified destination. The contractor must return the Government vehicle directly back to the designated institution; Expected Delivery Date: October 1, 2015 to March 31, 2017 (with an option to extend for two additional, one year periods to March 31, 2019) subject to the availability of funds File Number: 21895-15-0097 Contracting Authority: Katie McCallum Address: 33344 King Road, PO Box 3333, Abbotsford, BC, V2S 5X7 Telephone number: (604) 870-2401 Facsimile number: (604) 870-2402 E-mail: katie.mccallum@csc-scc.gc.ca NOTE TO BIDDERS: Bidders can obtain copies of the solicitation documents by contacting the contracting authority named in this notice. The Crown reserves the right to negotiate with suppliers on any procurement. Documents may be submitted in either official language of Canada (English or French). Given the nature of the requirements, proposals submitted by such means as facsimile or electronic mail will not be accepted. After contract award, bidders may request a debriefing on the results of the bid solicitation process. Bidders should make the request to the Contracting Authority within fifteen (15) working days of receipt of the results of the bid solicitation process. The debriefing may be in writing, by telephone or in person. The Office of Small and Medium Enterprises (OSME) offers seminars to businesses interested in learning how to sell goods and services to the Government of Canada. The seminars are FREE. Topics include:  Overview of the federal government contracting process;  Searching for opportunities on the Tenders minisite;  Bidding on opportunities;  Registering in supplier databases. The full schedule of seminars can be found on the Buyandsell.gc.ca website, under Event Calendar (https://buyandsell.gc.ca/event-calendar).

Psychiatrist – Abbotsford and Chilliwack Community Corrections.

Correctional Service of Canada | Published July 20, 2015  -  Deadline April 8, 2015
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Psychiatrist – Abbotsford and Chilliwack Community Corrections. This requirement is for: The Correctional Service of Canada, Chilliwack and Abbotsford Parole and surrounding Areas. Trade agreement: This procurement is not subject to any trade agreement. Tendering procedures: All interested suppliers may submit a bid. Competitive Procurement Strategy: lowest priced compliant bid. Set-aside under the Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business: This procurement is not subject to any set-asides for Aboriginal Suppliers. Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: This procurement is not subject to a Comprehensive Land Claims Agreement. Security Requirements: This contract includes security requirements. Nature of Requirements: The following is a summary of the statement of work for this requirement. The Correctional Service of Canada (CSC) Health Services require the services of a psychiatrist for Chilliwack and Abbotsford Community Corrections office Community sites in the Pacific region with the interdisciplinary health services team that includes, but is not limited to nursing, psychology, social work, occupational therapy and other allied healthcare professionals. Tasks: The Contractor must provide mental health services to seriously mentally disordered offenders, as requested by the Project Authority, in accordance with the National Essential Health Services Framework including any amendment to this Framework issued by CSC during the contract period and any optional period if and when exercised by CSC. These services include, but are not limited to the following: a) Assess and treat individual offenders; b) Provide consultation to other health care providers to ensure continuity of care. This includes providing consultation to community mental health service providers and the prescribing physician if the offender is residing in the community; c) Provide consultation and advice on mental health services to the mental health team and/or community management as requested; d) Provide educational sessions as requested; e) Participate in meetings including Medical Advisory Committees, case conferences and other related activities as requested; f) Participate in CSC training, including orientation to CSC and risk assessment training as requested; g) Participate in the evaluation of the efficiency, quality and delivery of services, including, but not limited to, participation in medical audits, peer and interdisciplinary reviews, chart reviews and incident report reviews as well as the Accreditation process; Expected Delivery Date: April 1, 2016 to March 31, 2017 File Number: 21807-15-0033 Contracting Authority: Willow Bruyninckx Correctional Service Canada Regional Headquarters – Pacific 33991 Gladys Avenue, PO Box 4500 Abbotsford BC Canada V2S 2E8 Telephone number: 604-851-3233 Facsimile number: 604-870-2444 E-mail: willow.bruyninckx@csc-scc.gc.ca NOTE TO BIDDERS: Bidders can obtain copies of the solicitation documents by contacting the contracting authority named in this notice. The Crown reserves the right to negotiate with suppliers on any procurement. Documents may be submitted in either official language of Canada (English or French). Given the nature of the requirements, proposals submitted by such means as facsimile or electronic mail will not be accepted. After contract award, bidders may request a debriefing on the results of the bid solicitation process. Bidders should make the request to the Contracting Authority within fifteen (15) working days of receipt of the results of the bid solicitation process. The debriefing may be in writing, by telephone or in person. The Office of Small and Medium Enterprises (OSME) offers seminars to businesses interested in learning how to sell goods and services to the Government of Canada. The seminars are FREE. Topics include:  Overview of the federal government contracting process;  Searching for opportunities on the Tenders minisite;  Bidding on opportunities;  Registering in supplier databases. The full schedule of seminars can be found on the Buyandsell.gc.ca website, under Event Calendar (https://buyandsell.gc.ca/event-calendar).

Psychiatrist – Victoria Community Corrections

Correctional Service of Canada | Published August 27, 2015  -  Deadline October 9, 2015
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Psychiatrist – Victoria Community Corrections. This requirement is for: The Correctional Service of Canada, Victoria Parole and surrounding Areas. Trade agreement: This procurement is not subject to any trade agreement. Tendering procedures: All interested suppliers may submit a bid. Competitive Procurement Strategy: lowest priced compliant bid. Set-aside under the Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business: This procurement is not subject to any set-asides for Aboriginal Suppliers. Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: This procurement is not subject to a Comprehensive Land Claims Agreement. Security Requirements: This contract includes security requirements. Nature of Requirements: The following is a summary of the statement of work for this requirement. The Correctional Service of Canada (CSC) Health Services require the services of a psychiatrist for Victoria Community Corrections office Community sites in the Pacific region with the interdisciplinary health services team that includes, but is not limited to nursing, psychology, social work, occupational therapy and other allied healthcare professionals. Tasks: The Contractor must provide mental health services to seriously mentally disordered offenders, as requested by the Project Authority, in accordance with the National Essential Health Services Framework including any amendment to this Framework issued by CSC during the contract period and any optional period if and when exercised by CSC. These services include, but are not limited to the following: a) Assess and treat individual offenders; b) Provide consultation to other health care providers to ensure continuity of care. This includes providing consultation to community mental health service providers and the prescribing physician if the offender is residing in the community; c) Provide consultation and advice on mental health services to the mental health team and/or community management as requested; d) Provide educational sessions as requested; e) Participate in meetings including Medical Advisory Committees, case conferences and other related activities as requested; f) Participate in CSC training, including orientation to CSC and risk assessment training as requested; g) Participate in the evaluation of the efficiency, quality and delivery of services, including, but not limited to, participation in medical audits, peer and interdisciplinary reviews, chart reviews and incident report reviews as well as the Accreditation process; Expected Delivery Date: October 1, 2015 to September 30, 2016 File Number: 21807-15-0031 Contracting Authority: Willow Bruyninckx Correctional Service Canada Regional Headquarters – Pacific 33991 Gladys Avenue, PO Box 4500 Abbotsford BC Canada V2S 2E8 Telephone number: 604-851-3233 Facsimile number: 604-870-2444 E-mail: willow.bruyninckx@csc-scc.gc.ca NOTE TO BIDDERS: Bidders can obtain copies of the solicitation documents by contacting the contracting authority named in this notice. The Crown reserves the right to negotiate with suppliers on any procurement. Documents may be submitted in either official language of Canada (English or French). Given the nature of the requirements, proposals submitted by such means as facsimile or electronic mail will not be accepted. After contract award, bidders may request a debriefing on the results of the bid solicitation process. Bidders should make the request to the Contracting Authority within fifteen (15) working days of receipt of the results of the bid solicitation process. The debriefing may be in writing, by telephone or in person. The Office of Small and Medium Enterprises (OSME) offers seminars to businesses interested in learning how to sell goods and services to the Government of Canada. The seminars are FREE. Topics include:  Overview of the federal government contracting process;  Searching for opportunities on the Buy and Sell - Tenders website;  Bidding on opportunities;  Registering in supplier databases. The full schedule of seminars can be found on the Buyandsell.gc.ca website, under Event Calendar (https://buyandsell.gc.ca/event-calendar).

Regional Elevator Maintenance

Correctional Service of Canada | Published September 23, 2015  -  Deadline September 11, 2015
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This bid solicitation cancels and supersedes previous bid solicitation number 21801-15-0085 dated 2015-07-09 with a closing of 2015-08-20 at 14:00hrs, DST. A debriefing or feedback session will be provided upon request to bidders/offerors/suppliers who bid on the previous solicitation. This requirement is for: The Correctional Service of Canada has a requirement to maintain and repair all elevators, dumbwaiters, material lifts and handicap lifts within the institutions of the Pacific region. The Canada Occupational Health and Safety Regulations part IV Elevating devices require that every elevating device and every safety device be maintained by elevator personnel in accordance with the applicable Canadian Safety Association (CSA) standards for elevating devices. Trade agreement: Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT), World Trade Organization-Agreement on Government Procurement (WTO-AGP), North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)/Canada-Peru, Canada-Colombia and/or Canada-Chile Free Trade Agreements. Tendering procedures: All interested suppliers may submit a bid. Competitive Procurement Strategy: lowest priced compliant bid, Set-aside under the Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business: This procurement is not subject to any set-asides for Aboriginal Suppliers. Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: This procurement is not subject to a Comprehensive Land Claims Agreement. Security Requirements: This contract includes site security requirements. Nature of Requirements: The following is a summary of the statement of work for this requirement. Regional Elevator Maintenance. Objectives: Monthly/Quarterly maintenance that maintains the equipment at original performance to the factory specifications within the CSA standards. Deliverables: The Contractor to furnish all necessary tools, equipment, materials and labour in the provision of maintenance testing, adjustments, repairs, preventive maintenance services and software updates on a monthly/quarterly basis. Expected Delivery Date: 2015-12-01 to 2019-03-31 with two (2) one (1) year option years. File Number: 21801-15-0085 B Contracting Authority: Ella Tromp 33991 Gladys Avenue Abbotsford, BC V2S 2E8 Telephone number: 604-870-2521 Facsimile number: 604-870-2444 E-mail: ella.tromp@csc-scc.gc.ca NOTE TO BIDDERS: Bidders can obtain copies of the solicitation documents by contacting the contracting authority named in this notice. The Crown reserves the right to negotiate with suppliers on any procurement. Documents may be submitted in either official language of Canada (English or French). Given the nature of the requirements, proposals submitted by such means as facsimile or electronic mail will not be accepted. After contract award, bidders may request a debriefing on the results of the bid solicitation process. Bidders should make the request to the Contracting Authority within fifteen (15) working days of receipt of the results of the bid solicitation process. The debriefing may be in writing, by telephone or in person. The Office of Small and Medium Enterprises (OSME) offers seminars to businesses interested in learning how to sell goods and services to the Government of Canada. The seminars are FREE. Topics include:  Overview of the federal government contracting process;  Searching for opportunities on the Tenders websit;  Bidding on opportunities;  Registering in supplier databases. The full schedule of seminars can be found on the Buyandsell.gc.ca website, under Event Calendar (https://buyandsell.gc.ca/event-calendar).

Annual Fire Protection Testing - Kent/Mountain

Correctional Service of Canada | Published September 23, 2015  -  Deadline February 11, 2015
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The Correctional Service Canada has a requirement for annual testing of the Kent and Mountain Fire Protection Systems. The work will involve the following: Trade agreement: North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)/Canada-Peru, Canada-Colombia and/or Canada-Chile Free Trade Agreements. Tendering procedures: All interested suppliers may submit a bid Competitive Procurement Strategy: lowest priced compliant bid, Set-aside under the Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business: This procurement is not subject to any set-asides for Aboriginal Suppliers. Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: This procurement is not subject to a Comprehensive Land Claims Agreement. Security Requirements: This contract includes site security requirements. Nature of Requirements: Kent and Mountain Annual Fire Protection Testing The following is a summary of the statement of work for this requirement. Objectives: The annual testing and certification of all seven aspects of the Fire Protection system in accordance with NFPA 10, 25, 70, 72, 101 and CAN/ULCS536-04. Deliverables: Contractor shall provide all, labour, parts and materials, tools, equipment, transportation and supervision necessary to provide the annual test for all seven aspects of the Fire Protection System as follows: Testing of the main fire alarm system Testing of the wet, dry, and pre action fire sprinkler system Testing of emergency lighting in all buildings Inspection of all fire extinguishers Inspection, Testing and Servicing of Fire Hydrants Inspect and Test Back Flow Preventers and 1 Glycol system at Pacific Inspect and Test Standpipe/Hose Cabinet systems Expected Delivery Date: 2015-11-16 to 2016-03-31 File Number: 21801-15-0125 Contracting Authority: Ella Tromp 33991 Gladys Avenue Abbotsford, BC V2S 2E8 Telephone number: 604-870-2521 Facsimile number: 604-870-2444 E-mail: ella.tromp@csc-scc.gc.ca NOTE TO BIDDERS: Bidders can obtain copies of the solicitation documents by contacting the contracting authority named in this notice. The Crown reserves the right to negotiate with suppliers on any procurement. Documents may be submitted in either official language of Canada (English or French). Given the nature of the requirements, proposals submitted by such means as facsimile or electronic mail will not be accepted. After contract award, bidders may request a debriefing on the results of the bid solicitation process. Bidders should make the request to the Contracting Authority within fifteen (15) working days of receipt of the results of the bid solicitation process. The debriefing may be in writing, by telephone or in person. The Office of Small and Medium Enterprises (OSME) offers seminars to businesses interested in learning how to sell goods and services to the Government of Canada. The seminars are FREE. Topics include:  Overview of the federal government contracting process;  Searching for opportunities on the Tenders website;  Bidding on opportunities;  Registering in supplier databases. The full schedule of seminars can be found on the Buyandsell.gc.ca website, under Event Calendar (https://buyandsell.gc.ca/event-calendar).

Regional Elevator Maintenance

Correctional Service of Canada | Published July 9, 2015  -  Deadline August 20, 2015
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This requirement is for: The Correctional Service of Canada has a requirement to maintain and repair all elevators, dumbwaiters, material lifts and handicap lifts within the institutions of the Pacific region. The Canada Occupational Health and Safety Regulations part IV Elevating devices require that every elevating device and every safety device be maintained by elevator personnel in accordance with the applicable Canadian Safety Association (CSA) standards for elevating devices. Trade agreement: Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT), World Trade Organisation-Agreement on Government Procurement (WTO-AGP), North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)/Canada-Peru, Canada-Colombia and/or Canada-Chile Free Trade Agreements. Tendering procedures: This requirement prescribes the minimum requirements that only bids from contractors whose name is on the applicable List of Pre-qualified Elevator Maintenance Contractors for the province of British Columbia where the work is performed, for the type of equipment listed herein will be considered for this solicitation. Competitive Procurement Strategy: lowest priced compliant bid, Set-aside under the Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business: This procurement is not subject to any set-asides for Aboriginal Suppliers. Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: This procurement is not subject to a Comprehensive Land Claims Agreement. Security Requirements: This contract includes site security requirements. Nature of Requirements: The following is a summary of the statement of work for this requirement. Regional Elevator Maintenance. Objectives: Monthly/Quarterly maintenance that maintains the equipment at original performance to the factory specifications within the CSA standards. Deliverables: The Contractor to furnish all necessary tools, equipment, materials and labour in the provision of maintenance testing, adjustments, repairs, preventive maintenance services and software updates on a monthly/quarterly basis. Expected Delivery Date: 2015-09-01 to 2019-03-31 with two (2) one (1) year option years. File Number: 21801-15-0085 Contracting Authority: Ella Tromp 33991 Gladys Avenue Abbotsford, BC V2S 2E8 Telephone number: 604-870-2521 Facsimile number: 604-870-2444 E-mail: ella.tromp@csc-scc.gc.ca NOTE TO BIDDERS: Bidders can obtain copies of the solicitation documents by contacting the contracting authority named in this notice. The Crown reserves the right to negotiate with suppliers on any procurement. Documents may be submitted in either official language of Canada (English or French). Given the nature of the requirements, proposals submitted by such means as facsimile or electronic mail will not be accepted. After contract award, bidders may request a debriefing on the results of the bid solicitation process. Bidders should make the request to the Contracting Authority within fifteen (15) working days of receipt of the results of the bid solicitation process. The debriefing may be in writing, by telephone or in person. The Office of Small and Medium Enterprises (OSME) offers seminars to businesses interested in learning how to sell goods and services to the Government of Canada. The seminars are FREE. Topics include:  Overview of the federal government contracting process;  Searching for opportunities on the Tenders minisite;  Bidding on opportunities;  Registering in supplier databases. The full schedule of seminars can be found on the Buyandsell.gc.ca website, under Event Calendar (https://buyandsell.gc.ca/event-calendar).

Work Alone Protection Service

Correctional Service of Canada | Published April 30, 2015  -  Deadline September 6, 2015
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Work Alone Protection Services This requirement is for: The Correctional Service of Canada, Pacific Region Community Corrections. Trade agreement: This procurement is not subject to any trade agreement. Tendering procedures: All interested suppliers may submit a bid. Competitive Procurement Strategy: lowest priced compliant bid. Set-aside under the Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business: This procurement is not subject to any set-asides for Aboriginal Suppliers. Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: This procurement is not subject to a Comprehensive Land Claims Agreement. Security Requirements: This contract includes security requirements. Nature of Requirements: The following is a summary of the statement of work for this requirement. The Correctional Service Canada has a requirement to have an effective system in place to monitor the whereabouts of parole staff conducting community visits and other related activities in the province of BC and the Yukon Territory. An automated system has proven the most effective means of doing this. The work will involve the following: Objectives: The Pacific Region Community Corrections District requires lone worker monitoring service for up to 140 employees of CSC who travel and conduct community visits with offenders and/or their families, employers, friends, and acquaintances. Lone worker monitoring technology is required up to 16 hours per day, on a 7 day per week basis. Deliverables: 1. The contractor is to provide lone worker monitoring services for up to 140 employees, up to 16 hours per day, 7 days per week 2. The Contractor is to provide in person and/or virtual training to new and existing CSC employees on the use of the lone worker monitoring technology when and as required. 3. The Contractor is to provide technical support to CSC/Project Authority on the lone worker monitoring technology service when and as required. 4. The contractor will be required to record all events and contacts on the system and provide access and/or a copy to the Project Authority or delegate when requested. 5. The contractor will provide CSC Community Corrections with administrative authority to change who the designated managers are within their system. File Number: 21895-15-0004 Contracting Authority: Name: Katie McCallum Title: District Officer, Contracting and Materiel Services Correctional Service Canada Branch/Directorate: Community Corrections (Pacific) Telephone: 604-870-2401 Facsimile: 604-870-2402 E-mail address: Katie.mccallum@csc-scc.gc.ca NOTE TO BIDDERS: Bidders can obtain copies of the solicitation documents by contacting the contracting authority named in this notice. The Crown reserves the right to negotiate with suppliers on any procurement. Documents may be submitted in either official language of Canada (English or French). Given the nature of the requirements, proposals submitted by such means as facsimile or electronic mail will not be accepted. After contract award, bidders may request a debriefing on the results of the bid solicitation process. Bidders should make the request to the Contracting Authority within fifteen (15) working days of receipt of the results of the bid solicitation process. The debriefing may be in writing, by telephone or in person. The Office of Small and Medium Enterprises (OSME) offers seminars to businesses interested in learning how to sell goods and services to the Government of Canada. The seminars are FREE. Topics include:  Overview of the federal government contracting process;  Searching for opportunities on the Tenders minisite;  Bidding on opportunities;  Registering in supplier databases. The full schedule of seminars can be found on the Buyandsell.gc.ca website, under Event Calendar (https://buyandsell.gc.ca/event-calendar).

Volunteer Coordinator - Metro Vancouver West

Correctional Service of Canada | Published February 4, 2015  -  Deadline March 17, 2015
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Volunteer Coordinator Services – Metro Vancouver West This requirement is for: The Correctional Service of Canada, Community Corrections Pacific Region Trade agreement: This procurement is not subject to any trade agreement. Tendering procedures: All interested suppliers may submit a bid. Competitive Procurement Strategy: The responsive bid with the Highest Combined Rating of Technical Merit and Price will be recommended for award of a contract, provided that the total evaluated price does not exceed the budget available for this requirement. Set-aside under the Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business: This procurement is not subject to any set-asides for Aboriginal Suppliers. Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: This procurement is not subject to a Comprehensive Land Claims Agreement. Security Requirements: This contract includes security requirements. Nature of Requirements: Consistent with the Mission of the Correctional Service of Canada, this contract works to develop and maintain projects and specific tasks for Metro Vancouver West Community Corrections in which volunteers from the community can be involved. The projects and tasks originate from both the Correctional Service of Canada as well as community residential facilities within the Metro Vancouver West Community Corrections. The Coordinator actively liaises between the different organizations to establish and maintain projects which focus on strengthening community resources for offenders on conditional release. Approximately half of the time will focus on offenders with mental health problems (including major mental disorders; developmental disabilities, Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder and brain injury with moderate to severe functioning impairment; and personality disorders with significant functioning impairment) and the other half on non-mentally disordered offenders within Metro Vancouver West Community Corrections. Both of these offender groups will have diverse backgrounds, including male and female offenders, Aboriginal offenders, and offenders of other various ethno-cultural groups. Expected Delivery Date: The contract is for the period commencing upon contract award and is to be completed on or before the 31st day of March 2016 with an option to renew the contract for an additional three (3) years in one year increments (subject to the availability of funds). File Number: 21881-15-0005 Contracting Authority: Liliane Matheson A/District Officer, Contracting and Materiel Services Correctional Service of Canada Community Corrections Administration Office 33344 King Road, PO Box 3333 Abbotsford, BC V2S 5X7 Telephone number: (604) 851-3234 Facsimile number: (604) 870-2402 E-mail: liliane.matheson@csc-scc.gc.ca NOTE TO BIDDERS: Bidders can obtain copies of the solicitation documents by contacting the contracting authority named in this notice. The Crown reserves the right to negotiate with suppliers on any procurement. Documents may be submitted in either official language of Canada (English or French). Given the nature of the requirements, proposals submitted by such means as facsimile or electronic mail will not be accepted. After contract award, bidders may request a debriefing on the results of the bid solicitation process. Bidders should make the request to the Contracting Authority within fifteen (15) working days of receipt of the results of the bid solicitation process. The debriefing may be in writing, by telephone or in person.