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Project Monitor/Foreman for construction for the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) - David Florida Laboratory (DFL) in Ottawa

Canadian Space Agency | Published October 28, 2015
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The Aim Group Inc.
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The Canadian Space Agency (CSA) is seeking to establish a contract for Project Monitor/Foreman for construction as defined in Annex "A", Statement of Work, till March 31, 2017 for the David Florida Laboratory (DFL) in Ottawa of the Canadian Space Agency (CSA). The objective of the contract is to run the day-to-day operations of the construction site and to maintain a secure work environment for all projects associated with the Internal Accelerated Refit (IAR). The role of the project monitor/foreman includes important quality control and subcontractor coordination responsibilities while meeting the budget established of one or more simultaneous construction projects in accordance with a valid, executed contract, per CSA-DFL policies and procedures and work instructions.

Geospace Observatory (GO) Canada Program

Public Works and Government Services Canada | Published February 16, 2016  -  Deadline March 30, 2016
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The Canadian Space Agency (CSA) has the requirement to provide operations, maintenance, and engineering (OM&E) services to the ongoing Geospace Observatory (GO) Canada program. In particular, the core sites contain Crown-owned computer infrastructure and instruments that will be maintained by this contract.

The GO Canada program was originally known as the CANOPUS program, and then the Canadian GeoSpace Monitoring (CGSM) program. It is motivated by the need for greater fundamental understanding of the planetary environments that are affected by short- and long-term variability of our star – the Sun. The Sun and Earth form a tightly coupled system, with solar variability driving space weather and climate, the creation of harsh radiation environments, and the generation of the aurora. The GO Canada program seeks to understand this fundamental solar-terrestrial coupling and its influence on our planetary environment.

FromDecember 2013 to November 2018, the Geospace Observatory (GO) Canada will support 10 scientific projects funded by the CSA. Some of those projects require the use of the 16 following sites:

  1. Arviat (Eskimo Point) (Nunavut);
  2. Contwoyto Lake (Nunavut);
  3. Dawson (Yukon);
  4. Fort Churchill (Manitoba);
  5. Fort McMurray (Alberta);
  6. Fort Simpson (North West Territories);
  7. Fort Smith (North West Territories);
  8. Gillam (Manitoba);
  9. Island Lake (Manitoba);
  10. Nain (Newfoundland & Labrador);
  11. Pinawa (Manitoba);
  12. Qikiqtarjuaq (Nunavut);
  13. Rabbit Lake Mine (Manitoba);
  14. Rankin Inlet (Nunavut);
  15. Sachs Harbor (North West Territories).
  16. Taloyoak (Nunavut);

This contract will support the shared infrastructure used by the GO Canada projects, maintain the Crown owned equipment, and provide telecommunication and power to the core sites and hosted instruments for the period between June 2016 and December 2019 with options to extend the period of the contract to December 2021.

Comprehensive Land Claims Agreements (CCLAs):

The following Comprehensive Land Claims Agreements apply to this procurement as detailed below:

  • Inuvialuit Final Agreement: for deliveries to Sachs Harbour, Northwest Territories;
  • Nunavut Land Claims Agreement: for deliveries to Arviat, Contwoytolake,Qikiqtarjuaq, Rankin Inlet et Taloyoak in Nunavut;
  • Tr'ondëk Hwëch'in Final Agreement: for deliveries to Dawson, Yukon;
  • Inuit Land Claims Agreement for deliveries in Nain, Newfoundland & Labrador

Trade Agreements:

This requirement is not subject to the Trade Agreements as per the following dispositions:

  • Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT): Chapter 5, Annex 502.1A

Geospace Observatory (GO) Canada Program

Public Works and Government Services Canada | Published May 11, 2016
Winner
Wildy Enterprises Ltd.
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The Canadian Space Agency (CSA) has the requirement to provide operations, maintenance, and engineering (OM&E) services to the ongoing Geospace Observatory (GO) Canada program. In particular, the core sites contain Crown-owned computer infrastructure and instruments that will be maintained by this contract.

The GO Canada program was originally known as the CANOPUS program, and then the Canadian GeoSpace Monitoring (CGSM) program. It is motivated by the need for greater fundamental understanding of the planetary environments that are affected by short- and long-term variability of our star – the Sun. The Sun and Earth form a tightly coupled system, with solar variability driving space weather and climate, the creation of harsh radiation environments, and the generation of the aurora. The GO Canada program seeks to understand this fundamental solar-terrestrial coupling and its influence on our planetary environment.

FromDecember 2013 to November 2018, the Geospace Observatory (GO) Canada will support 10 scientific projects funded by the CSA. Some of those projects require the use of the 16 following sites:

  1. Arviat (Eskimo Point) (Nunavut);
  2. Contwoyto Lake (Nunavut);
  3. Dawson (Yukon);
  4. Fort Churchill (Manitoba);
  5. Fort McMurray (Alberta);
  6. Fort Simpson (North West Territories);
  7. Fort Smith (North West Territories);
  8. Gillam (Manitoba);
  9. Island Lake (Manitoba);
  10. Nain (Newfoundland & Labrador);
  11. Pinawa (Manitoba);
  12. Qikiqtarjuaq (Nunavut);
  13. Rabbit Lake Mine (Manitoba);
  14. Rankin Inlet (Nunavut);
  15. Sachs Harbor (North West Territories).
  16. Taloyoak (Nunavut);

This contract will support the shared infrastructure used by the GO Canada projects, maintain the Crown owned equipment, and provide telecommunication and power to the core sites and hosted instruments for the period between June 2016 and December 2019 with options to extend the period of the contract to December 2021.

Comprehensive Land Claims Agreements (CCLAs):

The following Comprehensive Land Claims Agreements apply to this procurement as detailed below:

  • Inuvialuit Final Agreement: for deliveries to Sachs Harbour, Northwest Territories;
  • Nunavut Land Claims Agreement: for deliveries to Arviat, Contwoytolake,Qikiqtarjuaq, Rankin Inlet et Taloyoak in Nunavut;
  • Tr'ondëk Hwëch'in Final Agreement: for deliveries to Dawson, Yukon;
  • Inuit Land Claims Agreement for deliveries in Nain, Newfoundland & Labrador

Trade Agreements:

This requirement is not subject to the Trade Agreements as per the following dispositions:

  • Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT): Chapter 5, Annex 502.1A

CLINICAL AND ISS MEDICAL STANDARDS SUPPORT TO OSM

Canadian Space Agency | Published August 15, 2016  -  Deadline August 30, 2016
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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.
1.0 Purpose

The principle mandate of the Canadian Space Agency’s (CSA) Operational Space Medicine (OSM) group is to ensure the health and safety of Canadian astronauts through all phases of spaceflight and to fulfill CSA obligations under the International Space Station (ISS) Inter-governmental agreement between the CSA and NASA. 

The CSA’s OSM group requires contract support to provide clinical support services and to serve on a variety of Multilateral Medical Operations Panels (MMOP) and working groups as well as to provide expert advice to the OSM group in the area of Medical Selection and Retention and other clinical and operational space medicine related matters.

The purpose of this Advance Contract Award Notice (ACAN) is to signal the government's intention to award a contract for these services to:
Dr. Joan Saary Medicine Professional Corporation

20 Lake Shore Drive

Etobicoke, Ontario

Canada M8V 1Z2

2.0 Objective

The main objective of the contractor is to participate in, and chair when required the ISS Medical Standards and Health Working Group (MSHWG) as well as to provide expert advice to the Chief Medical Officer, OSM as well as the CSA flight surgeon on all working group activities and issues.

3.0 Scope of the Work

The consultant will be required to provide any of the following tasks:

  1. Participation in ISS MMOP medical Standards Working Group (videoconference, teleconference or in person).
  2. Participation in ISS Program related meetings, conferences and workshops.
  3. Participation in working group and panels other than ISS MMOP Medical Standards and Health Working Group, teleconferences, videoconferences, and face-to-face meetings (some meetings will require international travel).
  4. Development of evidence-based medical protocols and implementation plans for ISS astronauts.
  5. Provide feedback on, and expert advice to, the Chief, Operational Space Medicine as well the CSA Flight Surgeon on all working group activities and issues
  6. Represent and communicate the policy direction and opinions expressed by the Chief, Operational Space Medicine.
  7. Other clinical duties and operational medical support as directed by the Chief, Operational Space Medicine- these will be detailed under task authorizations

4.0 Deliverables:
The contractor is responsible for the following deliverables to the Scientific Authority:

  1. Participation in ISS MMOP Medical Standards Working Group activities
  2. Monthly summary of activities performed on behalf of the CSA for the ISS MMOP Medical Standards Working Group
  3. Copies of ISS MMOP Medical Standards Working Group meeting agendas, minutes, presentations as well as medical reports
  4. Advice (by e-mail, phone or in person) to the Chief, Operational Space Medicine as well as OSM staff on issues related to ISS clinical and medical support.
  5. Other required deliverables to be specified in Task Authorizations.

Mandatory requirements:

In order to successfully perform the required work, the consultant must:

  1. Have a license to practice medicine in Canada,
  2. Have at least 3 years of work experience in the area of occupational medicine in general and in space medicine in particular,
  3. Be knowledgeable of the ISS program in general and the ISS medical program in particular,
  4. Have at least 3 years of work experience in developing medical standards in the area of space medicine,
  5. Have at least 3 years of work experience in developing evidence-based reviews
  6. Have experience with participation in international forums (international working groups or panels),
  7. Have the interpersonal skills required to work in an international forum in order to be able to lead discussions and bring colleagues to a consensus.

5.0 Justification for the Pre-selected Supplier
The CSA OSM needs a medical doctor who is fully knowledgeable of the ISS operational environment and medical standards, who has expertise in clinical space medicine, has the experience necessary to develop evidence based reviews with regard to astronaut medical selection and retention matters, and who has established trusting and cordial relationships with the Medical Standards counterparts of ISS Partner agencies.
Dr. Joan Saary is a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada with a specialty license in Occupational Medicine and has a licence to practice medicine in Canada. She is an active member of the Canadian aviation and space medicine community having received training in space disciplines at the International Space University (ISU), Flight Surgeon training with DRDC (Defense Research and Development Canada) and at the Johnson Space Center. Dr Saary has served on the Board of Directors of the Canadian Alumni of the International Space University for several years and is also a reviewer for Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine scientific journal. She has served as a consultant to the Canadian Space Agency, the Canadian Forces Central Medical Board at DRDC-Toronto and serves as a Civil Aviation Medical Examiner with Air Canada. She has been involved with the ISS Medical Program since 2010 and has served as Chair of the ISS Medical Standards and Health Working Group for the last 3 years and is intimately knowledgeable of the medical standards required for spaceflight, the ISS medical operations and standards community, and the ISS Medical program as a whole. She has previously served on the CSA medical board and in that capacity has conducted thorough medical evidence reviews for the provision of expert clinical advice regarding astronaut medical qualification for ISS flight. Through these activities Dr. Saary has formed the required trusting and cordial relationships with her counterparts from all the ISS partner Agencies. It should be noted that having the establishment of such relationships is important for the performance of tasks outlined as decisions within the ISS Working Groups need to be reached by consensus.

6.0 Period and value of the Proposed Contract
The contract is to be issued from contract award date (est. Sept. 2016) to March, 2021 for an estimated value of $220,000 plus applicable taxes, with options to renew for up to an additional 4 years at an estimated value of $40,000 each year, plus applicable taxes, for a total contract entry value of $380,000, plus applicable taxes.
Section 6 of the Government Contract Regulations is being invoked in this procurement as only one person or firm is believed capable of performing the contract.

The Canadian Space Agency is exempt from all of Canada’s national and international trade agreements.

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 file number, the CSA contact 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.

Contact:

Robert Kardum
Contracting Officer, Procurement and Contract Administration, Finance Directorate
Canadian Space Agency / Government of Canada
Robert.Kardum@canada.ca / Tel: 450-926-4492 / Fax: 450-926-4969

System Administrators - Level 3 for eSchool

Canada School of Public Service | Published March 7, 2016
Winner
ADRM Technology Consulting Group Corp.
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The objective of this contract is to acquire a Level 3 System administrator in Linux, Apache, Tomcat and JBOSS to provide, continued operational support for the e-School and the ILMS (Integrated Learning Management System). Furthermore, the resources will be required to support the upgrade of ILMS (Saba Enterprise) from version 6.1 to 7.3 and provide expert advice on best practices on system administration and support in a Linux-based environment using Apache, Tomcat and JBOSS.

Unmanned Air Vehicles (UAVs)

Royal Canadian Mounted Police | Published December 16, 2015
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Trade Agreement: NONE Tendering Procedures: Generally only one firm has been invited to bid Non-Competitive Procurement Strategy: Exclusive Rights Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No Vendor Name and Address: Aeryon Labs Inc. 575 Kumpf Drive Waterloo Ontario Canada N2V1K3 Nature of Requirements: M4500-163313/A Lomax, Sandra Telephone No. - (506) 636-4362 Fax No. - (506) 636-4376 Unmanned Aircraft System Advance Contract Award Notice (ACAN) An ACAN is a public notice indicating to the supplier community that a department or agencyintends to award a contract for goods, services or construction to a pre-identified supplier, thereby allowing other suppliers to signal their interest in bidding, by submitting a statement of capabilities. If no supplier submits a statement of capabilities that meets the requirements set out in the ACAN, on or before the closing date stated in the ACAN, the contracting officer may then proceed with the award to the pre-identified supplier. Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC), on behalf of its client, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), J Division has a requirement for the supply and delivery of one (1) Unmanned Aircraft System (UAV) with the option to purchase three (3) additional UAVs. Any interested supplies must demonstrate by way of a statement of capabilities that it meets the following Mandatory Requirements: Mandatory Requirements 1 The system must be able to take off and land vertically. 2 The system must have the ability to land and take off automatically. 3 The entire system, including ground control station, battery, payload and air vehicle, must be man packable and carried by a single operator. 4 The System must be able to be folded or disassembled for compact transport and storage. 5 System must be supplied with a hard case for packing chargers/batteries, and spare parts as well as a padded soft backpack for the UAV and associated controller items for field deployment. The backpack shall be of such dimensions that the entire system can easily be carried by one person. 6 The air vehicle system, including control of air vehicle and control of camera, must be able to be operated by a single operator. 7 Notwithstanding current Transport Canada regulations, the system must be capable of beingsafely flown beyond line of site at low altitude (<500ft) 3 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 7500 using a ground control application with automated precision control. system must be supplied 1multi-charger (120vac min pockets) and sufficient batteries to allow for continuous operation. able operate in altitudes up feet above sea level. entire including controller weatherproof rain, snow, dust salt air conditions. parts such as arms, legs payloadsmust interchangeable the field without tools. flight logs automatically recorded. include date, time location of flight, complete path any faults encountered during flight. customer retrievable. provide diagnostic self-check signal on start-up. real battery status, telemetry, link gps status fault information sent pilot's information. unit have standard navigational lighting that can turned or off required. vehicle not cause radio interference rcmp systems accept from same. demonstrated ability fly volatile environments (Chemical/Gas/High voltage power lines). 18 System must have built in fault tolerance 19 The system must have a flight time of no less than fifty (SO) minutes on a single battery with payload. 20 The system must have a flight range of at least 1km LOS with handheld controller. 21 The system must use Google Maps or Microsoft Bing Maps for navigational control tools. 22 All system components must have a minimum operating temperature range of -25c to +40c. 23 System must be able to operate with useable video stabilized flight in sustained winds of 65km/h with gusts to 90km/h. This requirement must be demonstrated if required by the contracting authority 24 Minimum requirement for turnaround time (battery change time) is no more than three minutes. 25 Minimum requirement for setup and launch time of system is no more than five minutes. 26 GPS accuracy minimum requirement is+/- 2 metres The procurement is subject to the following trade agreement: - World Trade Organization Agreement on Government Procurement (WTO-AGP) - Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT) - North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) The reason for single tendering is; only one firm is capable of performing the contract. The following exception to the Government Contact Regulations is invoked for this procurement under subsection 6(d) The Aeryon SkyRanger is the only UAV on the market that meets or exceed the mandatory requirements. Articles 506.12 (a) and 506.12(b) of AIT are applicable on the basis of limited tendering due to compatibility with existing products, to recognize exclusive rights, such as exclusive licenses, copyright and patent rights, or to maintain specialized products thatmust be maintained by the manufacturer or its representative and where there is an absence of competition for technical reasons and the goods or services can be supplied only by a particular supplier and no alternative or substitute exists, respectively. The product must be delivered on or before February 28, 2016. The estimated value of the contract is $667,423.00 HST extra Suppliers' right to submit a statement of capabilities Suppliers who consider themselves fully qualified and available to provide the services described in the ACAN may submit a statement of capabilities in writing to the contact person identified in this notice on or before the closing date of this notice. The statement of capabilities must clearly demonstrate how thesupplier meets the advertised requirements. Closing date and time for accepting statements of capabilities Submissions must be received on or by 2:00 p.m. December 31, 2015. Inquiries and statement of capabilities are to be directed to: Sandra Lomax, Supply Specialist Public Works and Government Services Canada 189 Prince William St Saint John, NB E2L 2B9 Telephone No. (506) 636-4362 Fax No. (506 636-4376 Email sandra.lomax@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.
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