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RMSO - Reprography

Public Works and Government Services Canada | Published December 15, 2016
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2418-4863 Québec Inc. Opéré par CopieXpress Enr
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Trade Agreement: Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT) Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No Notification Method: Public Advertising and Source List Contract Award Procedure (Procurement Strategy): Lowest/Lower Bid GSIN Description:  Copying Services, Colour Photocopying Quantity: 1

Copy Paper

Canada Revenue Agency | Published February 17, 2015  -  Deadline March 30, 2015
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Notice of Planned Procurement (NPP) File No. 1000320583 TITLE: COPY PAPER OBJECTIVE The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) has a requirement for copy paper to be supplied and delivered to all CRA offices across Canada, on an as and when requested basis, in accordance with the Statement of Work. It is the CRA’s intention to award one Contract to fulfill the requirement. The Agency will include a minimum spend commitment of $500,000.00 (all applicable taxes included) Canadian over the entire period of the resulting contract, including any exercised option periods. PERIOD OF THE CONTRACT The period of the contract will be for two (2) years with five (5) options to extend the period by one year each. CONTRACTOR SELECTION METHODOLOGY The evaluation of proposals will be performed in four (4) steps as follows: Step 1 – Evaluation against Mandatory Criteria Step 2 – Evaluation of Financial Proposals Step 3 – Selection Step 4 – Contract Entry The CRA reserves the right to negotiate with suppliers on any procurement. RFP CLOSING DATE: Bids must be received on or before March 30, 2015, no later than 2:00 p.m EDT, at the following address: Canada Revenue Agency Bid Receiving Unit Ottawa Technology Centre Receiving Dock 875 Heron Road Room D-95 Ottawa, ON K1A 1A2 CONTRACTING AUTHORITY All enquiries regarding this Request for Proposal must be directed in WRITING (see email address below) to: Katherine Hutton Senior Supply/Business Analyst Canada Revenue Agency Administration Directorate Contracting Division 250 Albert St., 8th Floor Ottawa, ON, K1A 0L5 Telephone: (613) 941-5146 Facsimile: (613) 957-6655 E-mail: Katherine.hutton@cra-arc.gc.ca Please refer to the solicitation documents for further information and instructions regarding this opportunity.

PPSC-BC Printing and Scanning

Public Prosecution Service of Canada | Published August 31, 2017  -  Deadline September 22, 2017
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Trade Agreement: Canadian Free Trade Agreement (CFTA) Tendering Procedures: The bidder must supply Canadian goods and/or services Competitive Procurement Strategy: Lowest/Lower Bid Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No Nature of Requirements:   PPSC-BC  Printing and Scanning  72000-170016A Buck, Daniel Telephone No.  (613) 998-8582 Fax No.  (613) 991-5870 E-mail: daniel.buck@pwgsc-tpsgc.gc.ca  NATURE OF REQUIREMENT  The Public Prosecutions Service of Canada requires the provision of reprographic services for the British Columbia (BC) region. The reprographic services required are copying, short run printing from supplied hard copy originals and electronic format (i.e. PDF), binding documents and scanning paper documents to electronic format (i.e. PDF) as specified for each Work Request.   The Contractor must provide the required services to the PPSC - BC region during the working hours of the PPSC Vancouver regional office. Core business hours are from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Pacific time; Monday to Friday. Specific work orders may require completion outside of these core hours.  Any work performed by the Contractor outside of the identified core hours must be in accordance with the Annex B Basis of Payment and upon written approval by the PPSC Project Authority.  PPSC-BC offices in Vancouver are comprised of the main office at 840 Howe Street as well as three (3) sub offices at 800 Burrard Street, 211 Columbia and the Vancouver Provincial Court house, 222 Main Street location.    The period of the Contract will be from date of award to March 31, 2020, with the option to extend two (2) one (1) year periods under the same terms and conditions.   There are security requirements associated with this requirement. For additional information, consult Part 6 - Security, Financial and Other Requirements, and Part 7 - Resulting Contract Clauses. For more information on personnel and organization security screening or security clauses, Bidders should refer to the Industrial Security Program (ISP) of Public Works and Government Services Canada (http://ssi-iss.tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca/index-eng.html) website.  The requirement is subject to the provisions of the Canadian Free Trade Agreement (CFTA).  The requirement is limited to Canadian goods and/or services.  Mandatory Criteria   M.1  Corporate Experience  Reprographic Services  Copying/Short Run Printing  The Bidder must demonstrate that it is or has been contractually bound to an external client (outside of the Bidders own company) for a contract to provide copying / short run printing services from hard copy documents for the production of final printed copies.  M.1.1.a: The Bidder must provide the client information (for example: the name of the organization);   M.1.1.b The Bidder must provide a copy of the production docket for the Contract or a copy of an invoice presented to the Client for Contract.   M.1.1.1 The Contract must have been started or completed on or after February 1, 2012.   M.1.1.1.a The Bidder must provide the Contract start date or end date (month and year);  M.1.1.2 The Contract must be or must have been for the Bidder to provide copying / short run printing of a minimum of 500,000.00 images from hard copy documents over the period of one (1) year*.    *The copying / short run printing services may have been provided all at one (1) time or as required during a period of one (1) year or less.   M.1.1.2.a The Bidder must indicate the total number of images reproduced or to be reproduced from hard copy documents to final printed copies over the period of one (1) year*.  M.1.1.2.b The Bidder must provide the start and end date (month and year) of the one (1) year period* during which the copying / short run printing was or will be completed.  M.1.1.2.c The Bidder must provide a description of the format of the final printed copies including the following: i. paper size(s) ii. binding type(s) M.1.1.3 The copying / short run printing services provided by the Bidder under the Contract must also include or must have included all of the following:  i. Disassembling original documents; ii. Reassembling of original documents; iii. Binding of final copies such as cerlox binding, punching and loading into three [3] ring binders, stapling, etc..; iv. Supply and insertion of tab dividers or other dividers**.  ** If the Bidder has provided or is providing the copying / short run printing services over a period of one (1) year, then it is not necessary for every copy produced to have included tab dividers or other dividers. At least one (1) of the documents produced under the contract must have included or must include the supply and insertion of tab dividers or other dividers into the final copies produced.   M.1.1.3.a The Bidder must provide a description of the requirements for the disassembling of the original documents supplied to the Bidder for copying / short run printing.  M.1.1.3.b The Bidder must provide a description of the requirements for the reassembling of the original documents supplied to the Bidder for copying / short run printing  M.1.1.3.c The Bidder must provide a description of the binding requirements for the final copies produced.   M.1.1.3.d The Bidder must provide a description of the tab dividers or other dividers supplied and inserted into the final copies produced.  During the evaluation no corporate experience gained through internal clients will be accepted or reviewed.        M.2  Corporate Experience  Reprographic Services - Scanning  M.2.1. The Bidder must demonstrate that it is or has been contractually bound to an external client (outside of the Bidders own company) for a contract to provide scanning services for the production of final electronic documents on digital media (such as CDs, DVDs, USBs, removable hard drive).  M.2.1.a: The Bidder must provide the client information (for example: the name of the organization);   M.2.1.b The Bidder must provide a copy of the production docket for the Contract or a copy of an invoice presented to the Client for Contract.   M.2.1.1 The Contract must have been started or completed on or after February 1, 2012.   M.2.1.1.a The Bidder must provide the Contract start date or end date (month and year);  M.2.1.2 The Contract must be or must have been for the Bidder to provide scanning of a minimum of 150,000 images from hard copy documents to electronic format (PDF and/or other Office suite applications) over the period of one (1) year*.    *The scanning services may have been provided all at one (1) time or as required during a period of one (1) year or less.   M.2.1.2.a The Bidder must indicate the total number of images scanned or to be scanned from hard copy documents to electronic format over the period of one (1) year*.  M.2.1.2.b The Bidder must provide the start and end date (month and year) of the one (1) year period* during which the scanning will be or was completed.  M.2.1.2.c The Bidder must indicate the final electronic format or formats of the scanned documents (for example: PDF and/or other Office suite applications) provided.  M.2.1.3 The scanning services provided by the Bidder under the Contract must also include or must have included all of the following:  i. Disassembling original documents; ii. Reassembling of original documents; iii. File manipulation;  iv. Creating and/or maintaining name conventions for output files; v. Provide final electronic documents on CD/DVD or USB;  M.2.1.3.a The Bidder must provide a description of the requirements for the disassembling of the original documents supplied to the Bidder for scanning.  M.2.1.3.b The Bidder must provide a description of the requirements for the reassembling of the original documents supplied to the Bidder for scanning  M.2.1.3.c The Bidder must provide a description of the file manipulation requirements for the purposes of creating the final scanned documents.   M.2.1.3.d The Bidder must provide a description of the requirements for file naming in accordance with the file naming conventions provided by the client  M.2.1.3.e The Bidder must provide a description of the digital media used to provide the final electronic documents to the client.  During the evaluation no corporate experience gained through internal clients will be accepted or reviewed.  M.3  Capability of the Bidder to Produce the Public Prosecutions of Canada Documents as specified in the Annex A Statement of Work  M.3.1 The Bidder must confirm in writing that it has the capability to produce all of the Public Prosecution Service of Canada documents to final format for delivery in the timelines specified in the Annex A Statement of Work.  M.3.1.a  The Bidder must provide a statement to confirm that it can provide scanning and copying / short run printing of supplied documents to comply with the service levels for Extremely Urgent, Urgent, Rush, and Standard Work Requests as specified in the Annex A Statement of Work.  M.3.2 To demonstrate that the Bidder has the required capability to produce all of the PPSC documents to final format for delivery on a priority basis and comply with the timelines specified in the Annex A Statement of Work, the Bidder must provide a detailed description of its production processes (including available resources and equipment) for the completion of scanning and copying / short run printing as follows:  M.3.2.a Extremely Urgent:  The Bidder must provide a description of: M.3.2.a.1: the production processes it will utilize to provide the scanning and short run printing services within a one (1) hour service standard. M.3.2.a.2: the available resources to provide the scanning and short run printing services within a one (1) hour service standard. M.3.2.a.3: the available equipment to provide the scanning and short run printing services within a one (1) hour service standard.  M.3.2.b Urgent:  The Bidder must provide a description of: M.3.2.b.1: the production processes it will utilize to provide the scanning and short run printing services within a 2-1/2 hour service standard. M.3.2.b.2: the available resources to provide the scanning and short run printing services within a 2-1/2 hour service standard. M.3.2.b.3: the available equipment to provide the scanning and short run printing services within a 2-1/2 hour service standard.  M.3.2.c Rush:  The Bidder must provide a description of: M.3.2.c.1: the production processes it will utilize to provide the scanning and short run printing services within a 4 hour service standard. M.3.2.c.2: the available resources to provide the scanning and short run printing services within a 4 hour service standard. M.3.2.c.3: the available equipment to provide the scanning and short run printing services within a 4 hour service standard.    M.3.2.d Standard:  The Bidder must provide a description of: M.3.2.d.1: the production processes it will utilize to provide the scanning and short run printing services within one (1) business day. M.3.2.d.2: the available resources to provide the scanning and short run printing services within one (1) business day. M.3.2.d.3: the available equipment to provide the scanning and short run printing services within one (1) business day.  M.4 Business Continuity Plan  M.4.1 The Bidder must provide a Business Continuity Plan (BCP) detailing how it will maintain production, supply and delivery of the Public Prosecution Service of Canada documents during events that would negatively impact the Bidders operations.  M.4.1.a The BCP must provide details to demonstrate how the Bidder will maintain each of the following activities (i - iii) to meet Public Prosecution Service of Canada requirements as specified in the Annex A Statement of Work for the production of the Public Prosecution Service of Canada documents in the event that the Bidders operations are impacted:   i. Printing operations; ii. Scanning operations; iii. Finishing (collating, binding, and trimming)   M.4.2 The Bidder must provide details to demonstrate how the Bidder will ensure that the security level is maintained for each of the activities listed in M.4.1.a (i - iii) to meet the security requirements as specified in Part 7 and in Annex C.   M.4.2.a  For each of the activities listed in M.4.1.a (i - iii): the Bidder must identify the Bidders facility or facilities where work will be carried out and the security level that has been granted by CISD of each facility.  M.4.2.b  For each of the activities listed in M.4.1.a (i - iii): the Bidder must provide the full addresses of the proposed back-up facility (sites or premises) where work will be carried out in the event that the Bidders normal operations are impacted.   Street Number / Street Name, Unit / Suite / Apartment Number  City, Province, Territory / State Postal Code / Zip Code Country  M.5 Environmental Considerations  M.5.1 The Bidder must confirm in writing that the proposed text paper to be used for the printing of the PPSC project documents as specified in the Annex A: Statement of Work uses fibre originating from a sustainably-managed forest certified to a third-party verified forest certification standard such as the Forestry Stewardship Council (FSC), Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI) or the Canadian Standards Association Sustainable Forest Management Standard (CSA/SFMS).   BIDDERS MUST MEET ALL THE MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS OF THE RFP. BIDS NOT MEETING ALL THE MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS WILL BE GIVEN NO FURTHER CONSIDERATION.    Financial Evaluation  The price of the bid will be evaluated in Canadian dollars, Applicable Taxes excluded, FOB destination, Canadian customs duties and excise taxes included.  The Financial Evaluation will be based on the total evaluated price of the financial proposal using the Excel spreadsheet.  To determine the total evaluated price, the all-inclusive prices and rates submitted in the Annex B: Basis of Payment will be multiplied and when specified divided by the corresponding quantities for evaluation, and then added together to obtain the total evaluated price as specified in the Annex B: Basis of Payment Excel spreadsheet being distributed through Government Electronic Tendering Service (BuyandSell.gc.ca).   Basis of Selection  A bid must comply with the requirements of the bid solicitation and meet all mandatory technical evaluation criteria to be declared responsive. The responsive bid with the lowest evaluated price will be recommended for award of a contract. Delivery Date: 24/08/2017  The Crown retains the right to negotiate with suppliers on any procurement.  Documents may be submitted in either official language of Canada.

Multifunction System - Print/Copy/S

Department of National Defence | Published January 20, 2015
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Trade Agreement: NAFTA/AIT/Canada FTAs with Peru/Colombia/Panama Tendering Procedures: All interested suppliers may submit a bid Attachment: None Competitive Procurement Strategy: Lowest/Lower Bid Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No Nature of Requirements: KIP 7170 Wide Form Printer or equivalent W010V-15B067/A Morrissey, Morgan Telephone No. - (902) 496-5579 Fax No. - (902) 496-5016 DND at CFB Halifax HMC Dockyard has a requirement for a KIP 7170 Wide Form Printer or equivalent. See RFP for full technical details. INQUIRIES: All inquiries of a technical nature and all questions of a contractual nature are to be submitted to the Contracting Authority: Morgan Morrissey, telephone (902) 496-5579, facsimile: (902) 496-5016, and Email: morgan.morrissey@pwgsc-tpsgc.gc.ca Inquiries are to be made in writing and should be received no less than five (5) calendar days prior to the closing date to allow sufficient time to respond. The requirement is subject to the provisions of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and the Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT). Sourcing: The Notice of Proposed Procurement will be posted on the Government Electronic Tendering Service (GETS) for a minimum forty (40) day period. Delivery mandatory by March 31, 2015. Delivery Date: Above-mentioned The Crown retains the right to negotiate with suppliers on any procurement. Documents may be submitted in either official language of Canada.

Canada Post - Copy Paper

Canada Post Corporation | Published July 30, 2014
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The objective of this RFP is to select a Proposer capable of meeting the requirements published to provide environmentally friendly printer and photocopy paper through the Corporation’s e-Catalogue ordering process on an as, and when required basis, nationwide. This RFP sets out the process by which a Proposer or Proposers will be identified for potential contract award or awards for a term of up to 5 years.

French Copy Editor for Scientific Journal

Public Health Agency of Canada | Published January 11, 2017  -  Deadline January 31, 2017
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The Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) requires the services of a copy editor to provide comparative editing (translated French compared to original English), including stylistic editing, copyediting and proofreading services on scientific manuscripts submitted to Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention in Canada on a monthly basis and as requested.

Copy Editing and Fact Checking Services

Canadian Tourism Commission | Published September 18, 2014
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The purpose of this Request for Supplier Qualification (the “RFSQ”) is to select and establish a roster of pre-qualified proponents, who have expertise, knowledge in the following areas: 1) Copy Editing Services 2) Fact Checking Services Proponents are invited to submit a proposal for 1) Copy Editing Services, or 2) Fact Checking Services, or both. It is CTC’s intent to develop a roster of pre-qualified proponents “Roster” which will be utilized as required to meet CTC’s needs. At the final outcome of the RFSQ process, the proponents selected for the Roster may be required to collaborate with other Canadian provincial and territorial marketing organizations or service providers to ensure that public relations and communications services are consistent with CTC’s mandate, brand and corporate strategy.

Printing and delivery of 90,000 copies of the Ottawa-Gatineau Cycling Map 2016 2017

National Capital Commission | Published February 11, 2016  -  Deadline February 25, 2016
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PRINTING OF THE OFFICIAL

OTTAWA-GATINEAU CYCLING MAP 2016-2017

The National Capital Commission (NCC) requires the services of aprinting company for the printing and delivery of 90,000 copies of the Ottawa-Gatineau Cycling Map 2016‑2017.

The Ottawa-Gatineau Cycling Map is being produced in partnership with the NCC, Outaouais Tourism, Ottawa Tourism and the cities of Gatineau and Ottawa. This new cycling map is oversized in order to accommodate the extended geographic area of the region.

Tendersmust be forwarded to the attention

National Capital Commission

Procurement Services

40 Elgin Street, Security Office on the 2nd floor between 8am and 4:30pm

Ottawa, ON K1P 1C7

Reference NCC tender file # AL1635, or fax at 613-239-5012

Bid closing date is FEB 25, 2016 at 3pm Ottawa time. Latebids will not be accepted.
There is no public opening scheduled.
The procurement process of this tender is subject to Chapter 5 on the Agreement on Internal Trade.

The official Government Electronic Tendering Service website is http://buyandsell.gc.ca . Please ensure that you download your document from this site, in order to obtain all information related to the tender. It is your responsibility to ensure that you have received all the posted tender information to ensure tender compliance and not be disqualified.

Printing and delivery of 90,000 copies of the Ottawa-Gatineau Cycling Map 2016 2017

National Capital Commission | Published February 29, 2016
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PDI INTEGRATED PRINT SOLUTIONS INC
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PRINTING OF THE OFFICIAL

OTTAWA-GATINEAU CYCLING MAP 2016-2017

The National Capital Commission (NCC) requires the services of aprinting company for the printing and delivery of 90,000 copies of the Ottawa-Gatineau Cycling Map 2016‑2017.

The Ottawa-Gatineau Cycling Map is being produced in partnership with the NCC, Outaouais Tourism, Ottawa Tourism and the cities of Gatineau and Ottawa. This new cycling map is oversized in order to accommodate the extended geographic area of the region.

Printing and Reprography Services for the Department of Justice Canada Prairie Region - Edmonton Office (PRO)

Department of Justice Canada | Published December 17, 2015  -  Deadline February 2, 2016
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The Department of Justice Canada (Justice) is the legal services provider for the Government of Canada. In that capacity, Justice has an ongoing requirement to obtain printing services in support of our legal operations. Services required are those related to copying or printing from electronic format (primarily PDF), binding short, medium and long-run documents and scanning paper documents to electronic format (i.e. PDF). The documents in question have a security classification no higher than “Protected B” and pertain to the current activities of the Department of Justice. Based on previous history, the estimated annual quantity is approximately 2,000,000 copies. Services are to be provided “as and when requested” according to the following service timeframes (excluding weekends and statutory holidays except Alberta Family Day): Standard Service: Delivery to the client within twenty-four (24) hours of possession of the Printing Services Request Form and documentsRush Service: Delivery to the client within four (4) hours of possession of the Printing Services Request Form and documentsUrgent Service: Delivery to the client within two (2) hours of possession of the Printing Services Request Form and documents The Request for Standing Offer (RFSO) is for printing and reprography services for the Department of Justice Canada Prairie Regional Office (PRO), located in Edmonton, Alberta. It is anticipated that up to two (2) Standing Offers will be awarded on a Right of First Refusal basis, as a result of this Request for Standing Offer (RFSO). The Standing Offer(s) will be from date of award to September 30, 2017 with the option to extend for four (4) additional one (1) year periods. The Offeror’s location provided in PART 3 - OFFER PREPARATION INSTRUCTIONS, Section IV: Additional Information, 1.1 Offeror’s Proposed Site or Premises Requiring Safeguard Measures must be within the vicinity of the Department of Justice, Edmonton Regional Office (Area). The area is defined as: South of 118 AveNorth of the North Saskatchewan RiverEast of 121 StWest of 82 St

Printing and Reprography Services for the Department of Justice Canada (JUS) Atlantic Regional Office (ARO)

Department of Justice Canada | Published October 26, 2017  -  Deadline May 12, 2017
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The Department of Justice Canada (JUS) is the legal services provider for the Government of Canada. In that capacity, JUS has an ongoing requirement to obtain printing services in support of our legal operations. Services required are those related to copying or printing from electronic format (primarily PDF), binding short, medium and long-run documents and scanning paper documents to electronic format (i.e. PDF). The documents in question have a security classification no higher than "Protected B" and pertain to the current activities of the Department of Justice Canada. Based on previous history, the estimated annual quantity is approximately 750,000 copies.

Services are to be provided "as and when requested" according to the following service timeframes (excluding weekends and statutory holidays except Nova Scotia Heritage Day):

- Standard Service: Delivery to the client within twenty-four (24) hours of possession of the Printing Services Request Form and documents

- Rush Service: Delivery to the client within four (4) hours of possession of the Printing Services Request Form and documents

- Urgent Service: Delivery to the client within two (2) hours of possession of the Printing Services Request Form and documents

The Request for Standing Offers (RFSO) is for printing and reprography services for the Department of Justice Canada Atlantic Regional Office (ARO), located in Halifax, Nova Scotia. It is anticipated that up to two (2) Standing Offers will be awarded on a Right of First Refusal basis, as a result of this Request for Standing Offers (RFSO). The Standing Offer(s) will be from date of award to December 31, 2017 with the option to extend for four (4) additional one (1) year periods.

The Offeror’s location provided in PART 3 - OFFER PREPARATION INSTRUCTIONS, Section IV: Additional Information, 1.1 Offeror’s Proposed Site or Premises Requiring Safeguard Measures must be within the vicinity of the Halifax Regional Municipality (map: http://maps.halifax.ca/website/ExploreHRM/viewer.php).

Printing and Reprography Services for the Department of Justice Canada Prairie Region - Edmonton Office (PRO)

Department of Justice Canada | Published March 29, 2016
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RILEY'S
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The Department of Justice Canada (Justice) is the legal services provider for the Government of Canada. In that capacity, Justice has an ongoing requirement to obtain printing services in support of our legal operations. Services required are those related to copying or printing from electronic format (primarily PDF), binding short, medium and long-run documents and scanning paper documents to electronic format (i.e. PDF). The documents in question have a security classification no higher than “Protected B” and pertain to the current activities of the Department of Justice. Based on previous history, the estimated annual quantity is approximately 2,000,000 copies.

Services are to be provided “as and when requested” according to the following service timeframes (excluding weekends and statutory holidays except Alberta Family Day):

  • Standard Service: Delivery to the client within twenty-four (24) hours of possession of the Printing Services Request Form and documents
  • Rush Service: Delivery to the client within four (4) hours of possession of the Printing Services Request Form and documents
  • Urgent Service: Delivery to the client within two (2) hours of possession of the Printing Services Request Form and documents

The Request for Standing Offer (RFSO) is for printing and reprography services for the Department of Justice Canada Prairie Regional Office (PRO), located in Edmonton, Alberta. It is anticipated that up to two (2) Standing Offers will be awarded on a Right of First Refusal basis, as a result of this Request for Standing Offer (RFSO). The Standing Offer(s) will be from date of award to September 30, 2017 with the option to extend for four (4) additional one (1) year periods.

The Offeror’s location provided in PART 3 - OFFER PREPARATION INSTRUCTIONS, Section IV: Additional Information, 1.1 Offeror’s Proposed Site or Premises Requiring Safeguard Measures must be within the vicinity of the Department of Justice, Edmonton Regional Office (Area). The area is defined as:

  • South of 118 Ave
  • North of the North Saskatchewan River
  • East of 121 St
  • West of 82 St

Printing and Reprography Services for the Department of Justice Canada (JUS) Atlantic Regional Office (ARO)

Department of Justice Canada | Published May 30, 2016  -  Deadline December 7, 2016
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The Department of Justice Canada (JUS) is the legal services provider for the Government of Canada. In that capacity, JUS has an ongoing requirement to obtain printing services in support of our legal operations. Services required are those related to copying or printing from electronic format (primarily PDF), binding short, medium and long-run documents and scanning paper documents to electronic format (i.e. PDF). The documents in question have a security classification no higher than "Protected B" and pertain to the current activities of the Department of Justice Canada. Based on previous history, the estimated annual quantity is approximately 750,000 copies.

Services are to be provided "as and when requested" according to the following service timeframes (excluding weekends and statutory holidays except Nova Scotia Heritage Day):

- Standard Service: Delivery to the client within twenty-four (24) hours of possession of the Printing Services Request Form and documents

- Rush Service: Delivery to the client within four (4) hours of possession of the Printing Services Request Form and documents

- Urgent Service: Delivery to the client within two (2) hours of possession of the Printing Services Request Form and documents

The Request for Standing Offers (RFSO) is for printing and reprography services for the Department of Justice Canada Atlantic Regional Office (ARO), located in Halifax, Nova Scotia. It is anticipated that up to two (2) Standing Offers will be awarded on a Right of First Refusal basis, as a result of this Request for Standing Offers (RFSO). The Standing Offer(s) will be from date of award to December 31, 2017 with the option to extend for four (4) additional one (1) year periods.

The Offeror’s location provided in PART 3 - OFFER PREPARATION INSTRUCTIONS, Section IV: Additional Information, 1.1 Offeror’s Proposed Site or Premises Requiring Safeguard Measures must be within the vicinity of the Halifax Regional Municipality (map: http://maps.halifax.ca/website/ExploreHRM/viewer.php).

The requirement is subject to the provisions of the Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT).

Printing and Reprography Services for the Department of Justice Canada British Columbia Regional Office (BCRO)

 | Published November 5, 2014
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CETTEC DIGITAL IMAGING INC.
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AMENDMENT 002 - THERE IS AN AMENDMENT TO THE BASIS OF PAYMENT The Department of Justice Canada (Justice) is the legal services provider for the Government of Canada. In that capacity, Justice has an ongoing requirement to obtain printing and reprography services in support of our legal operations. Services required are those related to copying or printing from electronic format (primarily PDF) and binding short, medium and long-run documents and scanning paper documents to electronic format (i.e. PDF) on the current activities of the Department of Justice, and some special documents with a security classification no higher than "Protected C". Based on previous history, the estimated annual quantity is approximately 2,500,000 copies. Services are to be provided “as and when requested” according to the following service timeframes (excluding weekends and statutory holidays except British Columbia Family Day): - Standard Service: Delivery to the client within twenty-four (24) hours of possession of the Printing Services Request Form and documents - Rush Service: Delivery to the client within four (4) hours of possession of the Printing Services Request Form and documents - Urgent Service: Delivery to the client within one (1) hour of possession of the Printing Services Request Form and documents The Request for Standing Offer (RFSO) is for printing and reprography services for the Department of Justice Canada British Columbia Regional Office (BCRO) and Satellite Office, both located in Vancouver. It is anticipated that up to two (2) Standing Offers will be awarded on a Right of First Refusal basis, as a result of this Request for Standing Offer (RFSO). The Standing Offer(s) will be from date of award to March 31, 2016 with the option to extend for three (3) additional one (1) year periods. The Offeror’s location provided in PART 3 - OFFER PREPARATION INSTRUCTIONS, Section IV: Additional Information, 1.1 Offeror’s Proposed Site or Premises Requiring Safeguard Measures must be within the Vancouver Metropolitan Area. Vancouver Metropolitan Area is defined as: Bounded on the west by the Strait of Georgia, on the south by the USA border and by a north-south line from Lions Bay to Abbotsford. (Reference: http://www.tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca/app-acq/spc-cps/dznrrm-dnzrma-eng.html#no14).

Printing and Reprography Services for the Department of Justice Canada British Columbia Regional Office (BCRO)

Justice Canada | Published September 25, 2014
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The Department of Justice Canada (Justice) is the legal services provider for the Government of Canada. In that capacity, Justice has an ongoing requirement to obtain printing and reprography services in support of our legal operations. Services required are those related to copying or printing from electronic format (primarily PDF) and binding short, medium and long-run documents and scanning paper documents to electronic format (i.e. PDF) on the current activities of the Department of Justice, and some special documents with a security classification no higher than "Protected C". Based on previous history, the estimated annual quantity is approximately 2,500,000 copies. Services are to be provided “as and when requested” according to the following service timeframes (excluding weekends and statutory holidays except British Columbia Family Day): - Standard Service: Delivery to the client within twenty-four (24) hours of possession of the Printing Services Request Form and documents - Rush Service: Delivery to the client within four (4) hours of possession of the Printing Services Request Form and documents - Urgent Service: Delivery to the client within one (1) hour of possession of the Printing Services Request Form and documents The Request for Standing Offer (RFSO) is for printing and reprography services for the Department of Justice Canada British Columbia Regional Office (BCRO) and Satellite Office, both located in Vancouver. It is anticipated that up to two (2) Standing Offers will be awarded on a Right of First Refusal basis, as a result of this Request for Standing Offer (RFSO). The Standing Offer(s) will be from date of award to March 31, 2016 with the option to extend for three (3) additional one (1) year periods. The Offeror’s location provided in PART 3 - OFFER PREPARATION INSTRUCTIONS, Section IV: Additional Information, 1.1 Offeror’s Proposed Site or Premises Requiring Safeguard Measures must be within the Vancouver Metropolitan Area. Vancouver Metropolitan Area is defined as: Bounded on the west by the Strait of Georgia, on the south by the USA border and by a north-south line from Lions Bay to Abbotsford. (Reference: http://www.tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca/app-acq/spc-cps/dznrrm-dnzrma-eng.html#no14).

Printing and Reprography Services for the Department of Justice Canada Civil Litigation Section and Tax Law Services Portfolio in the National Capital Region (NCR)

Department of Justice Canada | Published December 29, 2016
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The Department of Justice Canada (JUS) is the legal services provider for the Government of Canada. In that capacity, JUS has an ongoing requirement to obtain printing services in support of our legal operations. Services required are those related to copying or printing from electronic format (primarily PDF), binding short, medium and long-run documents and scanning paper documents to electronic format (i.e. PDF). The documents in question have a security classification no higher than “Protected B” and pertain to the current activities of JUS. Based on previous history, the estimated annual quantity is approximately 1,000,000 copies for the JUS Civil Litigation Section and Tax Law Services Portfolio combined.

Services are to be provided “as and when requested” according to the following service timeframes (excluding weekends and statutory holidays except Ontario Family Day):

  • Standard Service: Delivery to the client within twenty-four (24) hours of receipt of the Printing Services Request Form and original documents
  • Rush Service: Delivery to the client within four (4) hours of receipt of the Printing Services Request Form and original documents
  • Urgent Service: Delivery to the client within two (2) hours of receipt of the Printing Services Request Form and original documents.

    The Request for Standing Offers (RFSO) is for printing and reprography services for the Department of Justice Canada’s Civil Litigation Section and Tax Law Services Portfolio, both located in the National Capital Region. It is anticipated that up to two (2) Standing Offers will be awarded as a result of this RFSO. Each Standing Offer will be assigned a specific section/portfolio for which they will perform the work. Should one vendor be unable to perform the work for the section/portfolio highlighted below, the other vendor will be contacted to do so. The division of work is as follows:

    Supplier 1: will complete work for the Civil Litigation Section

    Supplier 2: will complete work for the Tax Law Services Portfolio.

    The Standing Offer(s) will be from date of award to March 31, 2018 with the option to extend for four (4) additional one (1) year periods.

    -The Offeror’s location provided in PART 3 - OFFER PREPARATION INSTRUCTIONS, Section IV: Additional Information, 1. Offeror’s Proposed Site or Premises Requiring Safeguard Measures must be within the vicinity of the Department of Justice, Ottawa downtown core (Area). The Area is defined as:

  • South of the Ottawa River
  • East of Bronson Avenue
  • West of Elgin Street
  • North of the Queensway (Highway 417).

Printing and Reprography Services for the Department of Justice Canada Civil Litigation Section and Tax Law Services Portfolio in the National Capital Region (NCR)

Department of Justice Canada | Published September 15, 2016  -  Deadline October 26, 2016
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The Department of Justice Canada (JUS) is the legal services provider for the Government of Canada. In that capacity, JUS has an ongoing requirement to obtain printing services in support of our legal operations. Services required are those related to copying or printing from electronic format (primarily PDF), binding short, medium and long-run documents and scanning paper documents to electronic format (i.e. PDF). The documents in question have a security classification no higher than “Protected B” and pertain to the current activities of JUS. Based on previous history, the estimated annual quantity is approximately 1,000,000 copies for the JUS Civil Litigation Section and Tax Law Services Portfolio combined.

Services are to be provided “as and when requested” according to the following service timeframes (excluding weekends and statutory holidays except Ontario Family Day):

  • Standard Service: Delivery to the client within twenty-four (24) hours of receipt of the Printing Services Request Form and original documents
  • Rush Service: Delivery to the client within four (4) hours of receipt of the Printing Services Request Form and original documents
  • Urgent Service: Delivery to the client within two (2) hours of receipt of the Printing Services Request Form and original documents.

    The Request for Standing Offers (RFSO) is for printing and reprography services for the Department of Justice Canada’s Civil Litigation Section and Tax Law Services Portfolio, both located in the National Capital Region. It is anticipated that up to two (2) Standing Offers will be awarded as a result of this RFSO. Each Standing Offer will be assigned a specific section/portfolio for which they will perform the work. Should one vendor be unable to perform the work for the section/portfolio highlighted below, the other vendor will be contacted to do so. The division of work is as follows:

    Supplier 1: will complete work for the Civil Litigation Section

    Supplier 2: will complete work for the Tax Law Services Portfolio.

    The Standing Offer(s) will be from date of award to March 31, 2018 with the option to extend for four (4) additional one (1) year periods.

    -The Offeror’s location provided in PART 3 - OFFER PREPARATION INSTRUCTIONS, Section IV: Additional Information, 1. Offeror’s Proposed Site or Premises Requiring Safeguard Measures must be within the vicinity of the Department of Justice, Ottawa downtown core (Area). The Area is defined as:

  • South of the Ottawa River
  • East of Bronson Avenue
  • West of Elgin Street
  • North of the Queensway (Highway 417).

Printing and Reprography Services for the Department of Justice Canada Ontario Regional Office (ORO)

Department of Justice Canada | Published December 24, 2015
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RICOH CANADA INC.
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The Department of Justice Canada (Justice) is the legal services provider for the Government of Canada. In that capacity, Justice has an ongoing requirement to obtain printing and reprography services in support of our legal operations. Services required are those related to copying or printing from electronic format (primarily PDF) and binding short, medium and long-run documents and scanning paper documents to electronic format (i.e. PDF) on the current activities of the Department of Justice, and some special documents with a security classification no higher than "PROTECTED B". Based on previous history, the estimated annual quantity is approximately 2,500,000 copies. Services are to be provided “as and when requested” according to the following service timeframes (excluding weekends and statutory holidays except Ontario Family Day): - Standard Service: Delivery to the client within twenty-four (24) hours of possession of the Printing Services Request Form and documents - Rush Service: Delivery to the client within four (4) hours of possession of the Printing Services Request Form and documents - Urgent Service: Delivery to the client within two (2) hours of possession of the Printing Services Request Form and documents The Request for Standing Offer (RFSO) is for printing and reprography services for the Department of Justice Canada Ontario Regional Office (ORO), located in Toronto. It is anticipated that up to two (2) Standing Offers will be awarded as a result of this Request for Standing Offer (RFSO). Each Standing Offer will be assigned sections within the Department of Justice, Ontario Regional Office. Should one vendor be unable to perform the work for the sections highlighted below, the other vendor will be contacted to perform the services. The division of sections is as follows: Supplier 1: Public Safety and Defence Immigration Law Services Business and Regulatory Law Office of the Regional Director General Supplier 2: Tax Law Services Aboriginal Law Services Extradition The Standing Offer(s) will be from date of award to March 31, 2017 with the option to extend for three (3) additional one (1) year periods. The Offeror’s location provided in PART 3 - OFFER PREPARATION INSTRUCTIONS, Section IV: Additional Information, 1. Offeror’s Proposed Site or Premises Requiring Safeguard Measures must be within the vicinity of the Department of Justice, Ontario Regional Office (Area). The Area is defined as: Spadina Ave. & Dundas St. W east to Parliament St. & Dundas St. E Spadina Ave. & Dundas St. W south to Lakeshore Blvd. W Parliament St. & Dundas St. E south to Lakeshore Blvd. E Spadina Ave. & Lakeshore W east to Parliament St. Lakeshore Blvd. E

Printing and Reprography Services for the Department of Justice Canada Ontario Regional Office (ORO)

Justice Canada | Published September 24, 2015  -  Deadline March 11, 2015
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The Department of Justice Canada (Justice) is the legal services provider for the Government of Canada. In that capacity, Justice has an ongoing requirement to obtain printing and reprography services in support of our legal operations. Services required are those related to copying or printing from electronic format (primarily PDF) and binding short, medium and long-run documents and scanning paper documents to electronic format (i.e. PDF) on the current activities of the Department of Justice, and some special documents with a security classification no higher than "PROTECTED B". Based on previous history, the estimated annual quantity is approximately 2,500,000 copies. Services are to be provided “as and when requested” according to the following service timeframes (excluding weekends and statutory holidays except Ontario Family Day): - Standard Service: Delivery to the client within twenty-four (24) hours of possession of the Printing Services Request Form and documents - Rush Service: Delivery to the client within four (4) hours of possession of the Printing Services Request Form and documents - Urgent Service: Delivery to the client within two (2) hours of possession of the Printing Services Request Form and documents The Request for Standing Offer (RFSO) is for printing and reprography services for the Department of Justice Canada Ontario Regional Office (ORO), located in Toronto. It is anticipated that up to two (2) Standing Offers will be awarded as a result of this Request for Standing Offer (RFSO). Each Standing Offer will be assigned sections within the Department of Justice, Ontario Regional Office. Should one vendor be unable to perform the work for the sections highlighted below, the other vendor will be contacted to perform the services. The division of sections is as follows: Supplier 1: Public Safety and Defence Immigration Law Services Business and Regulatory Law Office of the Regional Director General Supplier 2: Tax Law Services Aboriginal Law Services Extradition The Standing Offer(s) will be from date of award to March 31, 2017 with the option to extend for three (3) additional one (1) year periods. The Offeror’s location provided in PART 3 - OFFER PREPARATION INSTRUCTIONS, Section IV: Additional Information, 1. Offeror’s Proposed Site or Premises Requiring Safeguard Measures must be within the vicinity of the Department of Justice, Ontario Regional Office (Area). The Area is defined as: Spadina Ave. & Dundas St. W east to Parliament St. & Dundas St. E Spadina Ave. & Dundas St. W south to Lakeshore Blvd. W Parliament St. & Dundas St. E south to Lakeshore Blvd. E Spadina Ave. & Lakeshore W east to Parliament St. Lakeshore Blvd. E

English copy editing services, formatting of monthly issues and supplements and occasional scientific writing services for the Canada Communicable Disease Report

Public Health Agency of Canada | Published December 29, 2016  -  Deadline August 2, 2017
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This bid solicitation is being issued to satisfy the requirement of the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) for English copy editing services, formatting of monthly issues and supplements and occasional scientific writing services for the Canada Communicable Disease Report (CCDR). It is intended to result in the award of two (2) contracts for a period of one (1) year, plus two (2) irrevocable options, of 12 months each, allowing Canada to extend the term of the contracts.

Background:

The Report is a bilingual online journal on infectious diseases designed for a broad audience. The CCDR publishes rapid communications, surveillance reports, systematic reviews, outbreak reports, and Advisory Committee statements, as well as links to online resources, and continuing education events.

Each issue of the CCDR publication includes three to five manuscripts, for a total of twenty to thirty pages and approximately 15,000 words. There could be up to 16 issues per calendar year with production split between the two contracts.

Issues are published on the first Thursday of each month and there are additional supplements through-out the year.

Scope:

Tasks required of the contractor for an issue will include but are not limited to:

  • Copy editing of English articles, cover teasers and table of contents pages in MS Word according to the CCDR Style Guide;
  • Formatting of text and graphics (tables and figures in MS Word, MS Excel, and MS Power Point) according to the CCDR Formatting Template;
  • Verifying web links and correct citation of references;
  • As required, drafting summary manuscripts from material provided.

There are four days in the production schedule for copy editing one full issue. As standard practice, the Contractor will receive the manuscripts for an issue on day one (1) of the production schedule.

Estimated Value:

The total estimated value of the requirement for the contract period and two option periods for both contracts is $155,940.00, applicable taxes included. There is no allowance for travel or miscellaneous expenses.

Security Requirement:

There is no security requirement.

Enquiries regarding this Request for Proposals are to be submitted in writing to:

Name: Ron Staigh

E-mail address: ronald.staigh@canada.ca