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BARRELL CLEANING SYSTEM

Department of National Defence | Published November 24, 2015  -  Deadline December 14, 2015
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Trade Agreement: Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT) Tendering Procedures: All interested suppliers may submit a bid Competitive Procurement Strategy: Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No Nature of Requirements: BARRELL CLEANING SYSTEM W8486-162975/A Mosher, Jeff Telephone No. - (819) 956-9137 ( ) Fax No. - (819) 956-9110 ( ) Line 1, CLEANING KIT, GUN 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.

Cleaning Kit, C6, 7, 8 & 9

Department of National Defence | Published March 28, 2017  -  Deadline December 5, 2017
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Trade Agreement: WTO-AGP/NAFTA/AIT/Canada FTAs with Peru/Colombia/Panama Tendering Procedures: All interested suppliers may submit a bid Competitive Procurement Strategy:  Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No Nature of Requirements:   CLEANING Kits for C6, 7, 8, 9 weapons STANDING OFFER AGR'T  W8486-152583/A Bailey (bm div.), Pamela Telephone No. - (819) 420-1739 (    ) Fax No. - (819) 956-5650 (    )  Line 1, CLEANING GEAR SOA FY 16/17/18     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.

TANK CLEANING - FERRY CANADA2014

Transport Canada | Published March 6, 2015  -  Deadline March 23, 2015
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Trade Agreement: Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT) Tendering Procedures: All interested suppliers may submit a bid Attachment: YES (MERX) Electronic Competitive Procurement Strategy: Lowest/Lower Bid Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No Nature of Requirements: Canada has a requirement to perform the work associated with the pumping and cleaning of the Heavy Fuel Oil (HFO) tanks and Fuel Oil (FO) Treatment Room Bilges onboard the MV CANADA2014. The work will take place onboard the MV Canada2014 tuiedup alongside pier 19 in Halifax Harbour N.S. between March 25 and April 3, 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.

Windows cleaning services for LEL

Public Works and Government Services Canada | Published December 22, 2016  -  Deadline January 20, 2017
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Trade Agreement: WTO-AGP/NAFTA/AIT/Canada FTAs with Peru/Colombia/Panama Tendering Procedures: All interested suppliers may submit a bid Competitive Procurement Strategy:  Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No Nature of Requirements:   EHA01-170509/B    ENOR Hill, Cris     Telephone No - 873-469-4891 Fax No.  819-956-3600    Window Cleaning Services  L Esplanade Laurier ************************************************************************************* Requirement      To provide Window Cleaning Services including all labour, supervision, transportation, tools, material, and equipment; for Public Works and Government Services Canada (PW GSC), located at L Esplanade Laurier, 300 Laurier Ave. West, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, inaccordance with the terms and conditions contained in the solicitation and Annex A.   The period of any resulting Contract will be for a period of 1 year (estimated commencement date March 1, 2017), with Canada retaining an irrevocable option to extend the contract for a period of 4 additional consecutive twelve (12) month periods.  Mandatory Site Visit  It is mandatory that the Bidder or a representative of the Bidder visit the work site. Arrangements have been made for a site visit  to be held on January 11, 2017 at 9 :00am at 300 Laurier Ave West, L Esplanade Laurier at the M2 level in front of M225.  Bidders will be required to sign an attendance form.  Bidders who do not attend or send a representative will not be given an alternative appointment and their bids will be rejected as non- com pliant.  Any clarifications or changes to the bid solicitation resulting from the site visit will be included as an amendment to the bid solicitation.  A maximum of two (2) representatives per bidder will be permitted to examine the sites.   Security Requirement At the date of bid closing, the following conditions must be met 1. The Contractor must, at all times during the performance of the Contract/Standing Offer, hold a valid Designated Organization Screening (DOS), issued by the Canadian Industrial Security Directorate (CISD), Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC).  2. The Contractor personnel requiring access to sensitive work site(s) must EACH hold a valid RELIABILITY STATUS, granted or approved by the CISD/PSPC.  3. Subcontracts, which contain security requirements, are NOT to be awarded without the prior written permission of the CISD/PSPC.  4. The Contractor must comply with the provisions of the: a) Security Requirements Check List and Security Guide (if applicable), attached at Annex C; b) Industrial Security Manual (Latest Edition).   EHA01-170509/B    ENOR Hill, Cris     Telephone No - 873-469-4891 Fax No.  819-956-3600    Window Cleaning Services  L Esplanade Laurier ************************************************************************************* Evaluation Procedures Bids will be assessed in accordance with the entire requirement of the bid solicitation including the financial evaluation criteria.  4.1.1 Technical and Financial Evaluation - mandatory requirement at Bid Closing   (1) Mandatory Site Visit attendance;  (2) (Mandatory) Security Clearance of Reliability Status, at bid closing, in accordance with  Part 6, Security Requirements and Annex C;   (3)  (Mandatory) Employee Information for Security at bid closing in accordance with Part, 6.2 (4) (Mandatory) Submission of Firm Price/Rates in Canadian funds. Only proposals found to meet ALL the mandatory requirements will be deemed acceptable proposals and will be further evaluated in accordance with the evaluation criteria.  Proposals not meeting ALL of the mandatory requirements will be deemed non-responsive and will be given NO further consideration   Basis of selection A bid must comply with the requirements of the bid solicitation and meet all mandatory evaluation criteria to be declared responsive. The responsive bid with the lowest evaluated price will be recommended for award of a contract.   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.

Windows cleaning services

Public Works and Government Services Canada | Published November 4, 2016  -  Deadline December 15, 2016
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Trade Agreement: WTO-AGP/NAFTA/AIT/Canada FTAs with Peru/Colombia/Panama Tendering Procedures: All interested suppliers may submit a bid Competitive Procurement Strategy:  Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No Nature of Requirements:   EHA01-170509/A    ENOR Hill, Cris     Telephone No  873-469-4891 Fax No.  819-956-3600   Window Cleaning Services ************************************************************************************* Requirement      To provide Window Cleaning Services including all labour, supervision, transportation, tools, material, and equipment; for Public Works and Government Services Canada (PW GSC), located at L Esplanade Laurier, 300 Laurier Ave. West, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, in accordance with the termsand conditions contained in the solicitation and Annex A.   The period of any resulting Contract will be for a period of 1 year (estimated commencement date March 1, 2017), with Canada retaining an irrevocable option to extend the contract for a period of 4 additional consecutive twelve (12) month periods.  Mandatory Site Visit  It is mandatory that the Bidder or a representative of the Bidder visit the work site. Arrangements have been made for a site visit to be held on November 23, 2016 at 9:00am at 300 Laurier Ave West, L Esplanade Laurier.  Bidders will be required to sign an attendance form.  Bidders who do not attend or send a representative will not be given an alternative appointment and their bids will be rejected as non- compliant.Any clarifications or changes to the bid solicitation resulting from the site visit will be included as an amendment to the bid solicitation.  A maximum of two (2) representatives per bidder will be permitted to examine the sites.  Security Requirement At the date of bid closing, the following conditions must be met 1. The Contractor must, at all times during the performance of the Contract/Standing Offer, hold a valid Designated Organization Screening (DOS), issued by the Canadian Industrial Security Directorate (CISD), Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC).  2. The Contractor personnel requiring access to sensitive work site(s) must EACH hold a valid RELIABILITY STATUS, granted or approved by the CISD/PSPC.  3. Subcontracts, which contain security requirements, are NOT to be awarded without the prior written permission of the CISD/PSPC.  4. The Contractor must comply with the provisions of the: a) Security Requirements Check List and Security Guide (if applicable), attached at Annex C; b) Industrial Security Manual (Latest Edition).    Evaluation Procedures Bids will be assessed in accordance with the entire requirement of the bid solicitation including the financial evaluation criteria.  4.1.1 Technical and Financial Evaluation - mandatory requirement at Bid Closing   (1) Mandatory Site Visit attendance;  (2) (Mandatory) Security Clearance of Reliability Status, at bid closing, in accordance with  Part 6, Security Requirements and Annex C;   (3)  (Mandatory)Employee Information for Security at bid closing in accordance with Part, 6.2 (4) (Mandatory) Submission of Firm Price/Rates in Canadian funds.  Only proposals found to meet ALL the mandatory requirements will be deemed acceptable proposals and will be further evaluated in accordance with the evaluation criteria.  Proposals not meeting ALL of the mandatory requirements will be deemed non-responsive and will be given NO further consideration    Basis of selection A bid must comply with the requirements of the bid solicitation and meet all mandatory evaluation criteria to be declared responsive. The responsive bid with the lowest evaluated price will be recommended for award of a contract.  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.

Window Cleaning Services

Public Works and Government Services Canada | Published May 2, 2016  -  Deadline July 6, 2016
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Trade Agreement: WTO-AGP/NAFTA/AIT/Canada FTAs with Peru/Colombia/Panama Tendering Procedures: All interested suppliers may submit a bid Competitive Procurement Strategy:  Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No Nature of Requirements:   EJ196-161614/A Hill, Cris     Telephone No - 873-469-4891 Fax No  819-956-3600 Window Cleaning Services THIS DOCUMENT CONTAINS A SECURITY REQUIREMENT   Requirement      To provide Window Cleaning Services including all labour, supervision, transportation, tools,          material, and equipment; for Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC), located  at Sir John A McDonald 144 Wellingtion (old Bank of Montreal) & The Wellington Building 180 Wellington and Block 1 ((Langevin Bldg-80 Wellington, Postal Station B-59 Sparks, Hope Bldg-63 Sparks, Blackburn Bldg-85 Sparks, Norcano Bldg-69 Sparks, Saxe Bldg-76 Sparks, Marshall Bldg-14 Metcalfe, OBrien Bldg-65 Sparks, Nelms Bldg-67 Sparks, Canadas Four Corners-93 Sparks) Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, in accordance with the terms and conditions contained in the solicitation.   Mandatory Site Visit  It is mandatory that the Bidder or a representative of the Bidder visit the work site. Arrangements have been made for a  site visit to be held on May 18, 2016 at 8:00am at 144 Wellington Street.  Due to the nature of this requirement and in order to gain access to the sites it is MANDATORY that all interested bidders, submit the Names (legal name) and birth dates of their representatives that will be attending the Mandatory Site Visit to the Contracting Authority (Cris Hill) no later than 3:00 PM, May 12, 2016.  It is the responsibility of the Bidders to ensure that the Contracting Authority is in receipt of this information by the date shown.  Bidders who fail to submit the required information by 3:00 PM, May 12, 2016, or will be denied access to the sites.  It is mandatory that bidders wear safety boots, hard hat and safety glasses for the site visit. Bidders who do not comply will notbe permitted to attend the site visit.  Bidders will be required to sign an attendance form.  Bidders who do not attend or send a representative will not be given an alternative appointment and their bids will be rejected as non-compliant.  Any clarifications or changes to the bid solicitation resulting from the site visit will be included as an amendment to the bid solicitation.  A maximum of two (2) representatives per bidder will be permitted to examine the sites. Security Requirement 1.  TheContractor/Offeror must, at all times during the performance of the Contract/Standing Offer, hold a valid Facility Security Clearance at the level of SECRET, issued by the Canadian Industrial Security Directorate (CISD), Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC).  2.  The Contractor/Offeror personnel requiring access to sensitive work site(s) must EACH hold a valid personnel security screening at the level of SECRET, granted or approved by CISD/PWGSC.  3.  Subcontracts which contain security requirements are NOT to be awarded without the prior written permission of CISD/PWGSC.  4.  The Contractor/Offeror must comply with the provisions of the:   (a)  Security Requirements Check List and security guide (if applicable), attached at Annex C  (b)  Industrial Security Manual (Latest Edition).  Evaluation Procedures Bids will be assessed in accordance with the entire requirement of the bid solicitation including the financial evaluation criteria.  Technical and Financial Evaluation - mandatory requirement   (1) Mandatory Site Visit attendance;  (2) (Mandatory) Security Clearance of Secret Status, at bid closing, in accordance with  Part 6, Security Requirements;   (3)  (Mandatory) Employee Information for Security  at bid closing in accordance with Part 6, 6.2  (4) (Mandatory) Submission of Firm Price/Rates in Canadian funds.  Only proposals found to meet ALL the mandatory requirements will be deemed acceptable proposals and will be further evaluated in accordance withthe evaluation criteria.  Proposals not meeting ALL of the mandatory requirements will be deemed non-responsive and will be given NO further consideration  Basis of selection A bid must comply with the requirements of the bid solicitation and meet all mandatory evaluation criteria to be declared responsive. The responsive bid with the lowest evaluated price will be recommended for award of a contract.   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.

gun barrel cleaning kits and spares

Department of National Defence | Published December 23, 2016  -  Deadline March 2, 2017
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Trade Agreement: NAFTA/AIT/Canada FTAs with Peru/Colombia/Panama Tendering Procedures: All interested suppliers may submit a bid Competitive Procurement Strategy:  Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No Nature of Requirements:   W8476-165464 Sébastien Fortier Telephone No.:  (819)420-0809 Fax No.:  (819) 956-0648 E-mail: sebastien.fortier@pwgsc.gc.ca     REQUIREMENT:  The Directorate Armament Sustainment Program Management (DASPM) has a requirement to establish a Request for Proposal (RFP) for the procurement of the Gun Barrel Cleaning Kits and Spares for the Department of national Defence. The requirement will be for an initial period of 7 months.  The contractor shall grant DND an irrevocable option to purchase additional quantities up to 100% of the Option Quantity indicated in Annex A.  DND may exercise the option at any time within 24 months from contract award.  The requirement is subject to the provisions of the World Trade Organization Agreement on Government Procurement (WTO-AGP), the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), the Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT), and Canada FTAs with Peru/Colombia/Panama.  This requirement falls within the framework of the Defence Procurement Strategy announced on February 5, 2014, therefore, the Industrial and Technological Benefits (ITB) with Value Proposition (VP) will not be applied.  There is no security requirement applicable to this requirement.    The Federal Contractors Program (FCP) for employment equity applies to this procurement; see Annex C - Federal Contractors Program for Employment Equity - Certification  This procurement is not subject to the Controlled Goods Program.   The Crown retains the right to negotiate with suppliers on any procurement.  Documents may be submitted in either official language of Canada.  ENQUIRIES:   All enquiries regarding this solicitation must be submitted in writing only to the Contracting Authority no later than 10 calendar days before the bid closing date.  Enquiries received after that time may not receive a response.    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.

Window Cleaning 455 Blvd de la Carrier

Public Works and Government Services Canada | Published March 1, 2017  -  Deadline October 4, 2017
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Trade Agreement: NAFTA/AIT/Canada FTAs with Peru/Colombia/Panama Tendering Procedures: All interested suppliers may submit a bid Competitive Procurement Strategy:  Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No Nature of Requirements:   EJ196-172656/A    ENOR Hill, Cris     Telephone No - 873-469-4891 Fax No.  819-956-3600    Window Cleaning Services  455 Boul de la Carriere and exterior garage ************************************************************************************* Requirement      To provide Window Cleaning Services including all labour, supervision, transportation, tools, material, and equipment; for Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC), located at 455 Boul de la Carrière, Louis Saint Laurent Building #2 including exterior garage, Gatineau, Quebec, Canada, in accordance with the term s and conditions contained in the solicitation and Annex A.  The period of any resulting Contract will be f or a period of 1 year (estimated commencement date June 1, 2017), with Canada retaining an irrevocable option to extend the contract f or a period of 4 additional consecutive twelve (12) month periods.  Mandatory Site Visit  It is mandatory that the Bidder or a representative of the Bidder visit the work site. Arrangements have been made f or a site visit to be held on March 29, 2017 at 9 :00am at 455 Boul de la Carrière, Gatineau, Quebec. It is mandatory that bidders provide and wear safety boots, a hard hat and safety glasses for the site visit. Bidders who do not comply will not be permitted to attend the site visit. Bidders will be required to sign an attendance form. Bidders who do not attend or send a representative will not begiven an alternative appointment and their bids will be rejected as non- com pliant.  Any clarif ications or changes to the bid solicitation resulting from the site visit will be included as an amendment to the bid solicitation.  A maximum of two (2) representatives per bidder will be permitted to examine the sites.  Security Requirement At the date of bid closing, the following conditions must be met 1. The Contractor must, at all times during the performance of the Contract, hold a valid Designated Organization Screening (DOS), issued by the Canadian Industrial Security Directorate (CISD), Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC).  2. The Contractor personnel requiring access to sensitive work site(s) must EACH hold a valid RELIABILITY STATUS, granted or approved by CISD/PWGSC. 3.  Subcontracts which contain security requirements are NOT to be awarded without the prior written permission of CISD/PWGSC. 4. The Contractor must comply with the provisions of the: a. Security Requirements Check List and security guide (if applicable), attached at Annex C; b. Industrial Security Manual (Latest Edition).   Evaluation Procedures Bids will be assessed in accordance with the entire requirement of the bid solicitation including thefinancial evaluation criteria.  Technical and Financial Evaluation -mandatory requirement at Bid Closing   (1) Mandator y Site Visit attendance;  (2) (Mandatory) Security Clearance o f Reliability Status, at bid closing, in accordance with Part6 and Part 7, Security Requirements and Annex C;   (3) (Mandator y) Employee Inf ormation f or Security at bid closing in accordance with Part, 6.2  (4) (Mandator y) Submission of Firm Price/Rates in Canadian funds.   Only proposals found to meet ALL the mandatory requirements will be deemed acceptable proposals andwill be further evaluated in accordance with the evaluation criteria. Proposals not meeting ALL of the mandatory requirements will be deemed non-responsive and will be given NO further consideration    Basis of selection A bid must comply with the requirements of the bid solicitation and meet all mandatory evaluation criteria to be declared responsive. The responsive bid with the lowest evaluated price will be recommended f oraward of a contract.    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.

L'ESPLANADE LAURIER CLEANING CONTR.

Public Works and Government Services Canada | Published October 30, 2015  -  Deadline September 12, 2015
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Trade Agreement: WTO-AGP/NAFTA/AIT/Canada FTAs with Peru/Colombia/Panama Tendering Procedures: All interested suppliers may submit a bid Competitive Procurement Strategy: Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No Nature of Requirements: SOLICITATION NO. EJ196-160318/A Janitorial Services LEsplanade Laurier, 300 Laurier Avenue West, Ottawa, Ontario Requirement To provide Janitorial Services including all labour, material and equipment for Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC), located at LEsplanade Laurier, 300 Laurier Avenue West, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. The services must be provided in accordance with the Statement of Work attached to the Request for Proposal. Period The period of any resulting Contract willbe for a period of two (2) year(s) plus up to three (3) additional consecutive twelve (12) month periods, under the same conditions. At the time option year 2 and option year 3 are exercised, the rates in th e Basis of Payment will be increased or decreased by multiplying the rates by the percentage change in The Consumer Price Index, major components, selected sub-groups and special aggregates, provinces, Whitehorse and Yellowknife, not seasonally adjusted (CPI ) for the appropriate province for the 12 month period ending two months before the expiration date of the current period of the contract (period). The CPI which will be used is published in Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 62-001-X, tables 9-1 to 9-12, for the appropriate province all-items CPI of the period as described above. Consumer Price Index for Canada is published by Statistics Canada and is available at: ? http://www5.statcan.gc.ca/bsolc/olc-cel/olc-cel?catno=62-001-X&chropg=1&la ng=eng ; or ? http://www.statcan.gc.ca/subjects-sujets/cpi-ipc/cpi-ipc-eng.htm ; or ? http://cansim2.statcan.ca , Table 326-0020 SECURITY REQUIREMENT FOR CANADIAN SUPPLIER: 1. The Contractor/Offeror must, at all times during the performance of the Contract/Standing Offer, hold a valid Facility Security Clearance at the level of SECRET, issued by the Canadian Industrial Security Directorate (CISD), Public Works and Government Services Canada (P WGSC). 2. The Contractor/Offeror personnel requiring access to sensitivework site(s) must EACH hold a valid personnel security screening at the level of SECRET, granted or approved by CISD/PWGSC. 3. Subcontracts which contain security requirements are NOT to be awarded without the prior written permission of CISD/PWGSC. 4. The Contractor/Offeror must comply with the provisions of the: (a) Security Requirements Check List and security guide (if applicable).. (b) Industrial Security Manual (Latest Edition). MANDATORY ITEM Due to the nature of this requirement and in order to gain access to th e sites it is MANDATORY that all interested bidders, submit the names (legal name) and birth dates of their representatives that will be attending the Mandatory Site Visit to the Contracting Authority (Joanne Lado uceur) by 7:00am on November 16, 2015. It is the responsibility of the Bidders to ensure that the Contracting Authority is in receipt of this information by the date shown. Bidders wh o fail to submit the required information by 7:00am on November 16, 2015 will be denied access to the sites. Mandatory Site Visit It is MANDATORY that the Bidder or a representative of the Bidder visit the work site. Arrangements have been made for the site visit to be held on November 23, 2015 at 9:30 am. The site visit will begin at LEsplanade Laurier, East Lobby, 140 OConnor Street, Ottawa, Ontario. Bidders will be required to sign an attendance sheet. Bidders should confirm in their bid that they have attended the site visit. Bidders who do not attend the mandatory site visit or do not send a representative will not be given an alternative appointment and their bid will be declared non-responsive. Any clarifications or changes to the bid solicitation resulting from the site visit will be included as an amendment to the bid solicitation. A maximium of two (2) representatives per company will be permitted to examine the site. Mandatory Requirements 1) MANDATORY security clearance of SECRET at bid closing, in accord ance with Part 6, Security Requirements; 2) Contractors qualification in accordance with Part 3, Section I: Technical Bid; 3) Non-Working on-site Supervisor(s) qualification in accordance with Part 3, Section I: Technical Bid; 4) Submission of Firm Price/Rates in Canadian funds for all the items listed in the RFP, Part 3, Section II, Financial Bid. All enquiries are to be submitted in writing to the Contracting Authority Joanne Ladouceur at facsimile 819-956-3600 or email: Joanne.Ladouceur@pwgsc-tpsgc.gc.ca Delivery Date: Above-mentioned The Crown retains the right to negotiate with suppliers on any procurement. Documents may be submitted in either official language of Canada.

NMSO - RING WAFERS & STEEL SPACERS FOR ROTARY SWEEPERS

Public Works & Government Services Canada | Published March 6, 2015
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UNITED ROTARY BRUSH CORPORATION OF CANADA
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Trade Agreement: WTO-AGP/NAFTA/AIT/Canada FTAs with Peru/Colombia/Panama Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No Notification Method: Public Advertising (MERX/GBO) Contract Award Procedure (Procurement Strategy): Lowest/Lower Bid GSIN Description: Road Clearing and Cleaning Equipment Quantity: 1

DRY MEDIA BLASTING CABINETS

Department of National Defence | Published August 10, 2016  -  Deadline September 20, 2016
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Trade Agreement: WTO-AGP/NAFTA/AIT/Canada FTAs with Peru/Colombia/Panama Tendering Procedures: All interested suppliers may submit a bid Competitive Procurement Strategy:  Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No Nature of Requirements:   DRY MEDIA BLASTING CABINETS  W8485-173733/A  Annie Therien Telephone: (819) 420-5526 Facsimile: (819) 956-5227  Email: annie.therien@pwgsc-tpsgc.gc.ca  The Department of National Defence has a requirement for the items mentioned below. The delivery is requested at: Canadian Forces Supply Depots (CFSD) Edmonton (Alberta) and CFSD Montreal (Québec) by March 31st, 2017.  Item 1, GSIN:N4940, NSN:4940016538032, BLAST CLEANING CABINET,  Part No.: RAM 35-ACGIH, NSCM/CAGE: 06UZ8 Quantity:15, Unit of Issue: EA, Delivery: CFSD Montreal   Item 2, GSIN:N4940, NSN:4940016538032, BLAST CLEANING CABINET,  Part No.: RAM 35-ACGIH, NSCM/CAGE: 06UZ8 Quantity:10, Unit of Issue: EA, Delivery: CFSD Edmonton  Debriefings Bidders may request a debriefingon the results of the bid solicitation. Bidders should make the request to the Contracting Authority within fifteen (15) working days from receipt of notification that their bid was unsuccessful. The debriefing may be provided in writing, by telephone or in person.   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.

AMOP 2016 HALIFAX NS

Environment Canada | Published April 1, 2016  -  Deadline April 15, 2016
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Trade Agreement: Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT) Tendering Procedures: All interested suppliers may submit a bid Competitive Procurement Strategy:  Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No Nature of Requirements:   Canada does not use third parties to conduct procurements.  Please submit your bids as instructed in the Request for Proposal.  Environment and Climate Change Canada must host the 39th annual AMOP Technical Seminar on Environmental Contamination and Response. The AMOP Technical Seminar is an international forum on preventing, assessing, containing, and cleaning up spills of hazardous materials in every type of environment. It also deals with solutions for remediating and rehabilitating contaminated sites. AMOP is organized and sponsored by Environment and Climate Change Canada.  The purpose of this procurement is to secure meeting space and catering services for exhibitors and travelers attending the conference from June 4 to 10, 2016. Accommodations services are also required, see Annex A for details.  The establishment must be located in: Halifax, Nova Scotia.  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.

AMOP 2015 in British Columbia

Environment Canada | Published March 4, 2015  -  Deadline March 19, 2015
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Trade Agreement: Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT) 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: AMOP Seminar 2015 in British Columbia Environment Canada must host the 38th annual AMOP Technical Seminar on Contamination and Response. The AMOP Technical Seminar on Environmental Contamination and Response is an international forum on preventing, assessing, containing, and cleaning up spills of hazardous materials in every type of environment. It also deals with solutions for remediating and rehabilitating contaminated sites. AMOP is organized and sponsored by Environment Canada. The purpose of this procurement is to secure meeting space and catering services for exhibitors and travelers attending the conference from May 30 to June 5, 2015, in one of the following cities: Victoria, Whistler or downtown Vancouver. Accommodations services are also required, see Annex A for details. 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.

HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS IN IQALUIT

Transport Canada | Published March 13, 2017  -  Deadline March 28, 2017
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Trade Agreement: Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT) Tendering Procedures: Generally only one firm has been invited to bid Non-Competitive Procurement Strategy: Government Objectives Representing Best Interests/Value to Govt Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: Yes Vendor Name and Address:  NPR LIMITED PARTNERSHIP PO BOX 2510 IQALUIT Nunavut Canada X0A0H0 Nature of Requirements:   Hotel Accommodations in Iqaluit, Nunavut (NU)  1. Definition of requirement:  Transport Canada (TC) Aircraft Services Directorate (ASD) has a requirement for accommodation services in Iqaluit NU from 2017-07-01 to 2017-11-01 with option for extension.  The accommodations provider must offer the following:  Two (2) fully furnished apartments with two (2) bedrooms and two (2) washrooms Bed Linens, Towels, and bathroom amenities (ex. soap, shampoo etc.) Fully equipped kitchen (full-size refrigerator and stove) Separate living, dining and sleeping areas One (1) parking space  Premium Internet access Cleaning Services (daily) Ironing Board/Iron Cable or satellite television  2. Trade Agreements:  This procurement is subjectto the Nunavut Land Claims Agreement.  The Agreement of Internal Trade (AIT) is applicable to this procurement.  3. Name and location of proposed contractor:     Capital Suites Iqaluit  P.O. Box 2510  807 Aviq Street  Iqaluit NU X0A 0H0  4. Statement of capabilities:  Suppliers who consider themselves fully qualified and available to provide the services and/or goods described herein, may submit a statement of capabilities in writing to the contact person identified in this notice on or before the closing date of this notice. The statement of capabilities must clearly demonstrate how the supplier meets the advertised requirements.  The closing date for a submission of a statement of capabilities is 2017-03-27.   Inquiries and submission of statements of capabilities must be submitted to:  Name:  Geneviève Gravelle Address: 11, Laurier Street, 7B3-12   Gatineau QC   K1A 0S5 Phone:  819-420-2988 Fax:  819-956-4944 E-mail   genevieve.gravelle@tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca  Delivery Date: Above-mentioned  You are hereby notified that the government intends to negotiate with one firm only as identified above. Should you have any questions concerning this requirement, contact the contracting officer identified above.  An Advance Contract Award Notice (ACAN) allows departments and agencies to post a notice, for no less than fifteen (15) calendar days, indicating to the supplier community that it intends to award a good, service or construction contract to a pre-identified contractor. If no other supplier submits, on or before the closing date, a Statement of Capabilities that meets the requirements set out in the ACAN, the contracting authority may then proceed with the award.  However, should a Statement of Capabilities be found to meet the requirements set out in the ACAN, then the contracting authority will proceed to a full tendering process.  Suppliers who consider themselves fully qualified and available to provide the services/goods described herein, may submit a statement of capabilities in writing to the contact person identified in this Notice on or before the closing date of this Notice. The statement of capabilities must clearly demonstrate how the supplier meets the advertised requirements.  The PWGSC file number, the contracting officer's name and the closing date of the ACAN must appear on the outside of the envelope in block letters or, in the case of a facsimile transmission, on the covering page.  The Crown retains the right to negotiate with suppliers on any procurement.  Documents may be submitted in either official language of Canada.

HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS IN IQALUIT

Transport Canada | Published March 31, 2017  -  Deadline April 18, 2017
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Trade Agreement: Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT) Tendering Procedures: Generally only one firm has been invited to bid Non-Competitive Procurement Strategy: Government Objectives Representing Best Interests/Value to Govt Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: Yes Vendor Name and Address:  NPR LIMITED PARTNERSHIP PO BOX 2510 IQALUIT Nunavut Canada X0A0H0 Nature of Requirements:   Hotel Accommodations in Iqaluit, Nunavut (NU)  1. Definition of requirement:  Transport Canada (TC) Aircraft Services Directorate (ASD) has a requirement for accommodation services in Iqaluit NU from 2017-07-01 to 2017-11-01 with option for extension.  The accommodations provider must offer the following:  Two (2) fully furnished apartments with two (2) bedrooms and two (2) washrooms Bed Linens, Towels, and bathroom amenities (ex. soap, shampoo etc.) Fully equipped kitchen (full-size refrigerator and stove) Separate living, dining and sleeping areas One (1) parking space  Premium Internet access Cleaning Services (daily) Ironing Board/Iron Cable or satellite television  2. Trade Agreements:  This procurement is subjectto the Nunavut Land Claims Agreement.  The Agreement of Internal Trade (AIT) is applicable to this procurement.  3. Name and location of proposed contractor:     Capital Suites Iqaluit  P.O. Box 2510  807 Aviq Street  Iqaluit NU X0A 0H0  4. Statement of capabilities:  Suppliers who consider themselves fully qualified and available to provide the services and/or goods described herein, may submit a statement of capabilities in writing to the contact person identified in this notice on or before the closing date of this notice. The statement of capabilities must clearly demonstrate how the supplier meets the advertised requirements.  The closing date for a submission of a statement of capabilities is 2017-04-18.   Inquiries and submission of statements of capabilities must be submitted to:  Name:  Geneviève Gravelle Address: 11, Laurier Street, 7B3-12   Gatineau QC   K1A 0S5 Phone:  819-420-2988 Fax:  819-956-4944 E-mail   genevieve.gravelle@tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca  Delivery Date: Above-mentioned  You are hereby notified that the government intends to negotiate with one firm only as identified above. Should you have any questions concerning this requirement, contact the contracting officer identified above.  An Advance Contract Award Notice (ACAN) allows departments and agencies to post a notice, for no less than fifteen (15) calendar days, indicating to the supplier community that it intends to award a good, service or construction contract to a pre-identified contractor. If no other supplier submits, on or before the closing date, a Statement of Capabilities that meets the requirements set out in the ACAN, the contracting authority may then proceed with the award.  However, should a Statement of Capabilities be found to meet the requirements set out in the ACAN, then the contracting authority will proceed to a full tendering process.  Suppliers who consider themselves fully qualified and available to provide the services/goods described herein, may submit a statement of capabilities in writing to the contact person identified in this Notice on or before the closing date of this Notice. The statement of capabilities must clearly demonstrate how the supplier meets the advertised requirements.  The PWGSC file number, the contracting officer's name and the closing date of the ACAN must appear on the outside of the envelope in block letters or, in the case of a facsimile transmission, on the covering page.  The Crown retains the right to negotiate with suppliers on any procurement.  Documents may be submitted in either official language of Canada.

HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS IN IQALUIT

Transport Canada | Published February 9, 2016  -  Deadline February 24, 2016
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Trade Agreement: Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT) Tendering Procedures: Generally only one firm has been invited to bid Non-Competitive Procurement Strategy: Government Objectives Representing Best Interests/Value to Govt Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: Yes Vendor Name and Address:  Urbco Inc. Capital Suites Iqaluit P.O. Box 2510 Iqaluit Nunavut Canada X0A0H0 Nature of Requirements:    Hotel Accommodations in Iqaluit, Nunavut (NU)  1. Definition of requirement:  Transport Canada (TC) Aircraft Services Directorate (ASD) has a requirement for accommodation services in Iqaluit NU from 2016-06-30 to 2016-11-15 with option for extension.  The accommodations provider must offer the following:  Two (2) fully furnished apartments with two (2) bedrooms and two (2) washrooms Bed Linens, Towels, and bathroom amenities (ex. soap, shampoo etc.) Fully equipped kitchen (full-size refrigerator and stove) Separate living, dining and sleeping areas One (1) parking space per apartment Internet access Cleaning Services (daily) Ironing Board/Iron Cable or satellite television  2. Trade Agreements:  This procurement is subject to the Nunavut Land Claims Agreement.  The Agreement of Internal Trade (AIT) is applicable to this procurement.  3. Name and location of proposed contractor:     Capital Suites Iqaluit  P.O. Box 2510  Iqaluit NU X0A 0H0  4. Statement of capabilities:  Suppliers who consider themselves fully qualified and available to provide the services and/or goods described herein, may submit a statement of capabilities in writing to the contact person identified in this notice on or before the closing date ofthis notice. The statement of capabilities must clearly demonstrate how the supplier meets the advertised requirements.  The closing date for a submission of a statement of capabilities is 2016-02-24.   Inquiries and submission of statements of capabilities must be submitted to:  Name:  Jacynthe Tremblay Address: 11, Laurier Street, 7B3-12   Gatineau QC   K1A 0S5 Phone:  819-420-2995 Fax:  819-956-4944 E-mail   jacynthe.tremblay@tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca     Delivery Date: Above-mentioned  You are hereby notified that the government intends to negotiate with one firm only as identified above. Should you have any questions concerning this requirement, contact the contracting officer identified above.  An Advance Contract Award Notice (ACAN) allows departments and agencies to post a notice, for no less than fifteen (15) calendar days, indicating to the supplier community that it intends to award a good, service or construction contract to a pre-identified contractor. If no other supplier submits, on or before the closing date, a Statement of Capabilities that meets the requirements set out in the ACAN, the contracting authority may then proceed with the award.  However, should a Statement of Capabilities be found to meet the requirements set out in the ACAN, then the contracting authority will proceed to a full tendering process.  Suppliers who consider themselves fully qualified and available to provide the services/goods described herein, may submit a statement of capabilities in writing to the contact person identified in this Notice on or before the closing date of this Notice. The statement of capabilities must clearly demonstrate how the supplier meets the advertised requirements.  The PWGSC file number, the contracting officer's name and the closing date of the ACAN must appear on the outside of the envelope in block letters or, in the case of a facsimile transmission, on the covering page.  The Crown retains the right to negotiate with suppliers on any procurement.  Documents may be submitted in either official language of Canada.

FIRE PROTECTION AND LIFE SAFETY SYSTEMS

Public Works & Government Services Canada | Published June 5, 2015  -  Deadline July 15, 2015
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Trade Agreement: NAFTA/AIT/Canada FTAs with Peru/Colombia/Panama Tendering Procedures: All interested suppliers may submit a bid Competitive Procurement Strategy: Lowest/Lower Bid Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No Nature of Requirements: Maintenance Services - Fire Protection & Life Safety Systems EJ196-150380/A Requirement To provide preventive maintenance services on the Water Based Fire Protection and Life Safety Systems, including all necessary tools, equipment and services, materials, labour for all Inspections, transportation, testing, cleaning, maintenance services in accordance with the Statement of Work attached herein as Annex A. There are certain tasks that shall require the cooperation and services of/and coordination with Canada's contractor for the supply and maintenance of the Fire Alarm System. See section Annex "A", 1.5.1.2 of the Statement of Work. The separate contractor (if applicable) will be identified upon award and contact Coordinates provided. This requirement is for Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC) located at Justice Building, 249 Wellington Street, Ottawa, Ontario. To carry out the work on this requirement, the contractor must provide six (5) qualified personnel:, one (1) qualified Fire Alarm Technician, two (2) qualified Sprinkler and Fire Protection Installers, one (1) qualified Electrician and one (1) qualified Transfer Switch Technician. Mandatory Site Visit It is mandatory that the Bidder or a representative of the Bidder visit the work site. Arrangements have been made for site visit to be held on June 23, 2015 at 10:00 am. Bidders are to meet at the Main Entrance of the Justice Building, 249 Wellington Street, Ottawa, Ontario, . Personnel security screening is required prior to gaining authorized access to PROTECTED information, and/or CLASSIFIED information or assets. Bidders must communicate with the Contracting Authority no later than June 15, 2015 at 2:00 pm to confirm attendance and provide the name(s) and the date(s) of birth of the person(s) who will attend. The Bidder's Company Security Officer (CSO) must ensure that their representatives hold a valid security clearance at the required level for the site visit. Failure to comply with the security requirements will result in the representative(s) being denied access to the site. Bidders will be required to sign an attendance sheet. Bidders should confirm in their bid that they have attended the site visit. Bidders who do not attend the mandatory site visit or do not send a representative will not be given an alternative appointment and their bid will be declared non-responsive. Any clarifications or changes to the bid solicitation resulting from the site visit will be included as an amendment to the bid solicitation. It is mandatory that bidders provide and wear safety boots for the site visit. Bidders who do not comply with this requirement will not be permitted to attend the site visit. A maximum of two (2) representatives per bidder will be permitted to examine the sites. Period of the Contract The period of any resulting Contract will be for five (5) years. Security Requirement The following security requirement (SRCL and related clauses) applies and form part of the Contract. 1. The Contractor/Offeror personnel requiring access to secure work site(s) must, at all times during the performance of the Contract/Standing Offer, EACH hold a valid SITE ACCESS Clearance, granted or approved by the Canadian Industrial Security Directorate, Public Works and Government Services Canada. 2. The Contractor/Offeror must comply with the provisions of the Security Requirements Check List and security guide (if applicable), attached at Annex B. Basis of Selection The Crown will issue a contract to the Bidder meeting all mandatory criteria and with the lowest evaluated price. Enquiries All enquiries regarding this requirement must be submitted in writing to the Contracting Authority: Lynn Grogan Fax No. - (819) 956-3600 E-mail - lynn.grogan@tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca Delivery Date: Above-mentioned The Crown retains the right to negotiate with suppliers on any procurement. Documents may be submitted in either official language of Canada.

HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS IQALUIT

Transport Canada | Published February 16, 2015  -  Deadline April 3, 2015
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Trade Agreement: Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT) Tendering Procedures: Generally only one firm has been invited to bid Attachment: None Non-Competitive Procurement Strategy: Government Objectives Representing Best Interests/Value to Govt Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: Yes Vendor Name and Address: Urbco Inc. Capital Suites Iqaluit P.O. Box 2510 Iqaluit Nunavut Canada X0A0H0 Nature of Requirements: Hotel Accommodations in Iqaluit, Nunavut (NU) 1. Definition of requirement: Transport Canada (TC) Aircraft Services Directorate (ASD) has a requirement for accommodation services in Iqaluit NU from 2015-06-30 to 2015-11-15 with option for extensions. The accommodations provider must offer the following: Two (2) fully furnished apartments with two (2) bedrooms and two (2) washrooms Bed Linens, Towels, and bathroom amenities (ex. soap, shampoo etc.) Fully equipped kitchen (full-size refrigerator and stove) Separate living, dining and sleeping areas One (1) parking space per apartment Internet access Cleaning Services (daily) Ironing Board/Iron Cable television 2. Trade Agreements: This procurement is subject to the Nunavut Land Claims Agreement. The Agreement of Internal Trade (AIT) is applicable to this procurement. 3. Name and location of proposed contractor: Capital Suites Iqaluit P.O. Box 2510 Iqaluit NU X0A 0H0 4. Statement of capabilities: Suppliers who consider themselves fully qualified and available to provide the services and/or goods described herein, may submit a statement of capabilities in writing to the contact person identified in this notice on or before the closing date of this notice. The statement of capabilities must clearly demonstrate how the supplier meets the advertised requirements. The closing date for a submission of a statement of capabilities is 2015-03-04. Inquiries and submission of statements of capabilities must be submitted to: Name: Jacynthe Tremblay Address: 11, Laurier Street, 7B3-12 Gatineau QC K1A 0S5 Phone: 819-934-0768 Fax: 819-956-4944 E-mail jacynthe.tremblay@tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca Delivery Date: Above-mentioned You are hereby notified that the government intends to negotiate with one firm only as identified above. Should you have any questions concerning this requirement, contact the contracting officer identified above. An Advance Contract Award Notice (ACAN) allows departments and agencies to post a notice, for no less than fifteen (15) calendar days, indicating to the supplier community that it intends to award a good, service or construction contract to a pre-identified contractor. If no other supplier submits, on or before the closing date, a Statement of Capabilities that meets the requirements set out in the ACAN, the contracting authority may then proceed with the award. However, should a Statement of Capabilities be found to meet the requirements set out in the ACAN, then the contracting authority will proceed to a full tendering process. Suppliers who consider themselves fully qualified and available to provide the services/goods described herein, may submit a statement of capabilities in writing to the contact person identified in this Notice on or before the closing date of this Notice. The statement of capabilities must clearly demonstrate how the supplier meets the advertised requirements. The PWGSC file number, the contracting officer's name and the closing date of the ACAN must appear on the outside of the envelope in block letters or, in the case of a facsimile transmission, on the covering page. The Crown retains the right to negotiate with suppliers on any procurement. Documents may be submitted in either official language of Canada.

R&O for the TPS-70

Department of National Defence | Published July 6, 2015  -  Deadline July 20, 2015
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Trade Agreement: Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT) Tendering Procedures: All interested suppliers may submit a bid Competitive Procurement Strategy: Best Overall Proposal Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No Nature of Requirements: R&O for the TPS-70 W8485-152708/A Francoeur-Massia, Diane Telephone No. - (819) 956-9114 Fax No. - (819) 997-0437 Letter of Interest (LOI) AN/TPS-70 Radars Repair and Overhaul Services 1. Purpose and Nature of the Letter of Interest (LOI): Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC) is requesting feedback on the draft Request for Proposal (RFP) and Statement of Work (SOW) documents for the Repair and Overhaul Support Services of the AN/TPS-70 Radar in relation to the management of DND equipment and stores in its possession used on behalf of the Government of Canada's (GC) Department of National Defence (listed below). An overriding principle behind the Industry Engagement Process is that it be conducted with the utmost fairness and equity amongst all parties. The objective of this LOI is to solicit relevant feedback from Industry on methods that could enable the effective and economical sustainment of the AN/TPS-70 Radar for Canada. This is the Industry Engagement process for the Support Services of the AN/TPS-70 Radar. The GC will consider the information gathered during the Industry Engagement and decide on a course of action that may include consolidation of all requirements. The type of industry feedback being sought will focus on the following areas of interest: · Draft Request for Proposal for the Repair and/or Overhaul Services of the AN/TPS-70 Radar; · Draft Statement of Work for the Repair, Overhaul and Periodic Inspection of the AN/TPS-70 Radar and Associated Components; · AN/TPS-70 Radar Repair and Overhaul (R&O) Bid Evaluation Matrix The GC is seeking Industry feedback from companies who: · Are involved in aerospace radar Repair and Overhaul; and · Do business in the Defence Sector. Any further details that emerge concerning this industry engagement process will be communicated on Buyandsell.gc.ca. This LOI is neither a call for tender nor a RFP. No agreement or contract will be entered into based on this LOI. The issuance of this LOI is not to be considered in any way a commitment by the GC, nor as authority to potential respondents to undertake any work that could be charged to Canada. This LOI is not to be considered as a commitment to issue a subsequent solicitation or award a contract for the work described herein. Although the information collected may be provided as commercial-in-confidence (and, if identified as such, will be treated accordingly by Canada), Canada may use the information to assist in drafting GC requirements (which are subject to change) and for budgetary purposes. Respondents are encouraged to identify, in the information they share with Canada, any information they feel is proprietary, third party or personal. Please note that Canada may be obligated by law (e.g. in response to a request under the Access of Information and Privacy Act) to disclose proprietary or commercially-sensitive information concerning a respondent (for more information: http://laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/eng/acts/a-1/). Respondents are asked to identify if their response, or any part of their response, is subject to the Controlled Goods Regulations. Participation in this LOI is encouraged, but is not mandatory. There will be no short-listing of potential suppliers for the purposes of undertaking any future work as a result of this LOI. Similarly, participation in this LOI is not a condition or prerequisite for the participation in any potential subsequent solicitation. Respondents will not be reimbursed for any cost incurred by participating in this LOI. 2. Background Information: The current AN/TPS-70 Radar expired on 31 March 2015. PWGSC plans to compete this requirement as there is more than one company capable of repairing these units. 3. Potential Work Scope and Constraints of the Contract: The Contractor will be required to provide services including: labour, disassembly, inspection, cleaning, calibration, repair, overhaul, assembly, testing, and packaging, to restore to a serviceable condition, the items forecasted for repair and overhaul. The Contractor must repair and/or overhaul only those items that are listed on the Selection Notice and Priority Summary (SNAPS) Report on an approved Repairable Material Request (RMR) from the Procurement Authority. Costs for each component repair are capped with a Maximum Repair Cost (MRC). The Technical Authority may consider increases to the MRC following a request by the Contractor through the Quality Assurance Representative. In addition, the Contractor will provide on an "as required basis" Technical Investigation and Engineering Services (TIES), and Mobile Repair Parties (MRPs). The work must be performed as approved by the Technical Authority and in accordance with publications listed herein as applicable. The Contractor will be tasked with the above Work using the Task Authorization (DND 626) process. The Contractor must produce serviceable radars in accordance with the Statement of Work. Performance of this requirement is a major term of the Contract. This procurement will not be subject to a Value Proposition. 4. Legislation, Trade Agreements, and Government Policies: The following is indicative of some of the legislation, trade agreements and government policies that could impact any follow-on solicitation(s): · Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT) · Defence Production Act · Defence Procurement Strategy (DPS) · Controlled Goods Program (CGP) · Federal Contractors Program for Employment Equity (FCP-EE) · Government Contract Regulations 5. Schedule: The following schedule should be considered as a baseline: · Letter of Interest (3 July 2015) · LOI Closing date (20 July 2015) · RFP(s) issued (TBD July 2015) · Contract Award (TBD September 2015) 6. Important Notes to Respondents: All correspondence must be directed to the PWGSC Contract Authority, identified below, preferably via email: Diane Francoeur-Massia Supply Specialist Secteur des projets de défense et des grands projets (SPDGP) | Defence and Major Projects Sector (DMPS) Travaux publics et Services gouvernementaux Canada | Public Works and Government Services Canada 11 rue Laurier St., PdP III, 8C1Pièce/Room Hull, QC K1A 0S5 email: diane.francoeur-massia@pwgsc.gc.ca Téléphone | Telephone (819) 956-9114 Changes to this LOI may occur and will be advertised on the Government Electronic Tendering System. Canada asks Respondents to visit Buyandsell.gc.ca regularly to check for changes, if any. Canada is not obligated to issue any RFP, or to negotiate any as a result of this Consultation Process. Submitted Questions and Answers will be recorded and posted on Buyandsell.gc.ca. Participants are requested to submit feedback, comments and/or recommendations to this documentation specified with Article 1 of this LOI to the PWGSC Contract Authority identified above, on or before 20 July 2015. 7. Closing date for the LOI: The LOI closing date is 20 July 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.

Perform a study to update and gather information on the current fate of lead released from ammunition and the uses of lead ammunition and their non-lead alternatives from non-military activities in Canada

Environment Canada | Published August 11, 2016  -  Deadline August 26, 2016
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Background

Lead is a naturally-occurring element found in rock and soil, yet widespread anthropogenic use has resulted in its ubiquitous presence in the environment. Lead is found in all environmental media in Canada, as well as in food and drinking water and is associated with risks to human health and the environment. Its health risks include developmental neurotoxicity, neurodegenerative, cardiovascular, renal and reproductive effects. Additionally, known environmental hazards include toxicity to birds, fish and crustaceans, benthic invertebrates, plants and earthworms. Lead is currently subject to numerous federal, provincial and industry risk management initiatives directed toward products such as cosmetics, natural health and therapeutic products, drinking water, gasoline, food, and tobacco. These initiatives are also directed at environmental media such as house dust, soil and air.

A State of the Science report published in 2013 by Health Canada indicated that there are no safe blood lead levels (BLLs) for neurotoxicity. In addition, lead levels are still widely detected in the Canadian population despite the decline of over 70% of BLLS due to domestic and international initiatives since the 1970s. A Risk Management Strategy for Lead (the Strategy) was consequently published in 2013 to scope out current and additional Government of Canada actions to further reduce Canadians’ exposure to lead. The Strategy contains clear objectives, performance expectations, and timelines. Amongst the objectives, Environment and Climate Change Canada committed to addressing lead releases from certain consumer products (i.e., wheel weights, ammunition, jigs/sinkers and construction sheeting).

Extensive information on use patterns for ammunition was last gathered in the 1990s. At the time, it was estimated that over 1,000 tons of lead were being released to land in Canada annually from the use of lead shot and bullets. Since then, the possession or use of lead shot while hunting most migratory birds has been prohibited in all areas in Canada with few exceptions. In addition, the number of non-lead products entering the market has increased.

The National Pollutant Release Inventory (NPRI) provides a framework to gather information on the release of toxic substances such as lead from industrial, commercial and institutional facilities. Among releases of lead reported to the NPRI, approximately 140 tonnes of lead were released per year from ammunition used at Canadian Forces’ shooting ranges. However, the NPRI is not designed to gather release information from small and medium-sized facilities (i.e., outfitters, police and recreational shooting ranges), since facilities that use less than 50 kg of lead and have less than 20,000 employee-hours per year do not meet the reporting requirements. In addition, NPRI could not be used to capture non-facility-based use of lead ammunition, for example during hunting activities.

In order to fulfil its commitments under the Strategy for Lead, Environment and Climate Change Canada would like to update the information on current ammunition use from non-military activities.

Objectives

The study completed by the Contractor must achieve the following:

  1. Provide a profile of the Canadian lead ammunition supply chain and their non-lead alternatives (excluding military activities).
  1. Identify and describe existing lead ammunition products found on the Canadian market by category (e.g. hunting, indoor/outdoor shooting, target, trap/skeet shooting and sporting clay shooting) and determine their non-lead alternatives (excluding military applications).
  1. Conduct a lifecycle analysis of lead used in ammunition in the Canadian market including quantities manufactured, imported, exported, sold, recovered and released in the environment. Also, provide projections based on for future trends, anticipated growth and market knowledge and intelligence.
  1. Provide a comprehensive review of existing measures and management practices aiming to restrict the use of lead ammunition for recreational activities, prevent or minimize the releases of lead from ammunition, and promote the use of alternatives in Canada, the U.S., and other OECD countries. Analyze the pros and cons of the findings in a Canadian context.

Travel

One trip to Gatineau (Quebec) is required in order to present the results of the study.

The request for travel must be made to the Department Representative prior to the trip, and must be pre-approved in writing.

SCOPE of work

In order to assist Environment and Climate Change Canada in gathering information on the uses and releases of lead from ammunition and their non-lead alternatives from non-military activities, the Contractor must complete all tasks described below and provide the results and outcomes of this research to the Departmental Representative in the form of a written report and via an oral presentation.

This list of tasks is comprehensive, but not exhaustive. The Contractor is encouraged and expected to provide any additional information discovered during the contract period that is deemed relevant in fulfilling the objectives of this contract.

All the economic information must be provided in Canadian dollars. When monetary estimates are not available in Canadian dollars, foreign currency estimates must be converted and presented in Canadian dollars accompanied by an explanation of the exchange rates used.

All assumptions or extrapolations made by the Contractor must be supported by literature (e.g. scientific, academic, industry, or government reports). If no literary evidence is available, the Contractor must verify their assumptions or extrapolations with two (2) industry experts in the appropriate field and provide their contact information with transcripts of the correspondences. Also, the Contractor must explain how all the assumptions or extrapolations apply to the Canadian context.

The use of Canadian data should be prioritized over those from foreign sources. If no Canadian information is available, priority must be given to data sources from the U.S. and other OECD countries. When neither Canadian nor data from aforementioned countries are available, the Contractor must ensure that the information sources used are approved by the Departmental Representative and must provide a list of references. An explanation of the relevance of foreign data with respect to the Canadian market must be provided.

Task 1 – Profile of the Canadian ammunition supply chain (excluding military applications)

Develop a profile of the Canadian lead and non-lead ammunition supply chain (excluding military applications). This must include:

  1. Manufacturers’ profile (e.g., revenue, number of establishments by company size, distribution by province, type of ammunition products and quantities manufactured);
  2. Importers’ profile (e.g., revenue, number of establishments by company size, distribution by province, type of ammunition products and quantities imported);
  3. Retailers’ profile (e.g., revenue, number of employees, distribution by province and company size, quantity of lead ammunition sold per year);
  4. Non-traditional distribution such as online storefronts (e.g. revenue, number of employees, distribution by province, company size, quantity of lead ammunition sold per year);
  5. Profile of facilities that allow the use of ammunition on their sites (e.g. recreational or police shooting ranges, outfitters). The profile must include an average number of users, types of activities occurring at facilities, types of ammunition products and quantities used, distribution by province, recycling activities, facility type (indoor or outdoor) and facility size (such as number of employees, square footage of range, maximum number of users at one time, average number of users);
  6. Waste management profile which includes the collection and transportation to final treatment and recyclers (e.g. number of establishments, number of employees, distribution by province, amount of lead recycled/collected, intermediate recycling collector/transporters); and
  7. Profile of key associations/interest groups which represent ammunition manufacturers, importers, retailers and users. This profile must include associations/interest groups name, purpose, mission, number of members and contact information.

Task 2 – Review of lead and non-lead ammunition products in Canada (excluding military applications)

Identify and describe existing non-military lead ammunition products found on the Canadian market and non-lead alternatives for the following activities:

  1. Hunting, which should include sub-activities for birds, small game and large game; and
  2. Shooting, which should include sub-activities for indoor and outdoor shooting. The outdoor sub-activity should be further broken down to identify and describe the target shooting, trap/skeet shooting and sporting clay shooting activities.
  • A description of the activities and sub-activities should include the number of participants, the provincial distribution, annual expenditures (equipment (guns, ammunition), transportation), the type, size and amount of ammunition used, number of rounds discharged on average per year, source of ammunition.
  • A comparison of the advantages and disadvantages of lead and non-lead ammunition products for each activity and sub-activity (e.g. economic advantage, technical effectiveness, environmental safety).
  • Details on the market share of lead and non-lead ammunition products for each activity and sub-activity. Information from the past five (5) years (e.g. market trends, demand, product costs) must be described. Projections for the next ten (10) years must be determined using knowledge, market intelligence and market predictions (e.g. sales data, stakeholder statements, anticipated growth, and penetration into the market, upcoming regulations, trends and changes in user behaviour).

Task 3 – Lifecycle analysis of lead used in non-military ammunition in Canada (excluding military applications)

Develop a lifecycle analysis for lead used in ammunition, lead used for hunting, and lead used for shooting which must include, but is not limited to the following:

  • Amount of lead used to manufacture ammunition annually in Canada;
  • Amount of lead imported in ammunition annually and the countries of origin;
  • Amount of lead exported in ammunition annually in Canada;
  • Amount of lead sold and distributed annually in Canada;
  • Estimated amount of lead released or lost into the environment annually;
    • The breakdown should include the amount of lead released or lost from the following activities: private game hunting, outfitter hunting, private shooting ranges, law enforcement shooting ranges, non-registered shooting ranges.
  • Estimated amount of lead recycled annually.

The amount of lead should be estimated (in kilograms) per year for the last five (5) years and forecasted over the next ten (10) years. Projections must be determined using knowledge, market intelligence and market predictions (e.g. trends, stakeholder statements, anticipated growth, upcoming regulations and changes in user behavior).

Task 4 –Comprehensive review of measures and management practices

Develop a comprehensive review of measures and management practices that aim to:

  1. Restrict the use of lead ammunition for recreational activities in Canada, the U.S. and other OECD countries at the federal, provincial/state and municipal level. This must include:
    1. A description of the existing restrictions, the year they came into force, subsequent proposed and/or enacted changes since the coming into force and the reason for the proposed and/or enacted changes.
  1. A description of initiated and/or abandoned measures that aimed to investigate the potential to restrict or phase-out lead ammunition for recreational activities, the outcome and in the case of an abandonment, provide the reason for the abandonment. 
  1. Prevent or minimize the releases of lead in the environment from facilities that allow the use of lead ammunition on their sites (e.g. recreational or police shooting ranges, outfitters) in Canada, the U.S. and other OECD countries. This must include a description of :
    1. Control technology and management practices that prevent soil and air contamination/release;
    2. Cleaning and recycling procedures and techniques implemented; and
    3. Possible limits to the implementation of the findings from points a) and b) above in the Canadian context (e.g., cost, consumer acceptance, availability of technology).
  2. Promote the use of alternatives to lead in ammunition in Canada, the U.S. and other OECD countries.
  3. For the measures identified above, list the pros and cons and determine how the measure could be applied in a Canada-wide context.
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