Statement of Work – Site operator for the Whistler High Elevation Site
Statement of Work:
The Government of Canada, Environment Canada, requires a site operator for operation of the Whistler High Elevation Air Quality site. This site is at the Peak of Whistler Mountain, operates year round, and requires site visits for routine care and operation of instrumentation. Site visits are required once or twice per week as determined by the sampling schedule provided by Environment Canada. Additional site visits maybe required for emergency corrective actions or to accompany Environment Canada employees. Response with emergency corrective actions is required within 48 hours. Site access through skiing/snowboarding, hiking or snowshoeing will be required during some parts of the year.
Site operation services include operation of advanced scientific instrumentation, data logging, site maintenance and first level data quality control and assurance.
ith the specific goal of “Connecting Canadians to Nature”, ECCC wants to educate and inform the public about the various efforts made to protect and conserve Canada’s ecological heritage via the Canadian Wildlife Service’s network of protected areas.
The Quebec region has implemented a concept of geocaching activities within two of its National Wildlife Areas (NWAs), namely Cap-Tourmente and Lac-Saint-François. ECCC is therefore proposing to extend that concept to the eight other NWAs selected as part of the “Connecting Canadians to Nature” initiative.
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.
Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC), Meteorological Service of Canada (MSC), Atmospheric Monitoring and Data Services (AMDS) wishes to establish a contract with an asset life cycle management consultant to provide a comprehensive gap analysis of the asset life cycle management (LCM) practices within AMDS.
Since 2005,Environment Canada (EC)has used an integrated modeling framework – Energy, Emissions and Economy Model for Canada (E3MC) – to support EC’s regulatory sector-by-sector agenda and overall policy development with respect to climate change and clean air. E3MC is the main tool for providing macroeconomic analysis to support EC’s policy agenda and for the preparation of long-term integrated energy, emissions and economic projections.
The Public Service Commission of Canada required a System Analyst specializing in web analytics, to perform an assessment of the Piwik technical environment and configuration, against the business requirements in order to fully leverage and implement Piwik web analytics features.
This contract work supports the development of the User Experience Centre of Expertise (UX-CoE) by further enabling the PSC to understand how users interact with its online services in support of continuous improvement
To provide mail services
A supervisor located at Central Mail Room will be required to supervise the mail operations at all locations. The Team shall perform the following tasks in conjunction with the following "Volume of Work to be Performed" list. This list constitutes Environment Canada's anticipated day-to-day operational requirements. It is the Contractor's responsibility to ensure that service levels are met by the Contractor's Core Team. The Contractor must ensure that trained back-up for the core team is to be available on an "as and when required" basis.
The Meteorological Service of Canada (MSC), a branch of Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) operate a GOES satellite reception network to receive satellite data that is broadcast from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellites (GOES). GOES satellites provide near-continuous weather information used for operational meteorology, providing mission-critical satellite imagery and products to the MSC forecasting programs. The MSC currently operates 11 GOES reception stations at 7 sites (Dartmouth, Montreal, Dorval, Trenton, Downsview, Edmonton, and Vancouver).