DEFENCE CONSTRUCTION CANADA (DCC) – IE000666, Construct Integrated Healthcare Services Centre, Garrison Petawawa, Ontario
The work includes, but is not necessarily limited to, the supply of labour, material, supervision and equipment necessary to construct a new Healthcare Facility at Garrison Petawawa, Ontario.
The Plans and Specifications (P&S) for this opportunity may be ordered from MERX by logging on their website: www.merx.com or by calling 1 (800) 964-MERX (6379). The P&S are also available for viewing at the Pembroke & District Construction Association.
Amendments to the tender documents should be obtained from MERX AS AMENDMENTS OBTAINED FROM OTHER SOURCES MAY NOT BE THE LATEST.
Bids from bidders whose name does not appear on the official list of bidders who ordered the tender documents, may be declared invalid.
A site visit has been arranged for the following date, time and location. It is highly recommended that bidders attend this visit.
Date: March 2, 2016
Time: 09:00 Hours (local time)
Location: 101 Menin Road Bldg. S-652, Petawawa, Ontario
The estimated cost for this opportunity is in the order of $29,400,000
Bidders are advised that bid and contract security is required when the advertised budget (estimated cost for this opportunity) is greater than $100,000. Refer to the Instructions to Tenderers (Form DCL193), paragraph 5.
This procurement follows tendering procedures in accordance with Chapter 10 of NAFTA.
The selected contractor will be required to hold a valid Designated Organization Screening (DOS), issued by the Canadian Industrial Security Directorate (CISD), Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC). Details concerning the Security Requirements for this project are identified in the Tender Documents.
The tender closing date is: March 30, 2016
The tender closing time is: 14:00 hours, local time.
Sealed tenders will be received at the following location:
Defence Construction Canada
350 Albert Street, 19th Floor
Fax No.: (613) 998-9547
Please note that the tender results for this project are available from the Bid Opening Office and from the DCC Site at telephone (613) 991-9303.
Inquiries relating to this solicitation are to be directed ONLY to the DCC Coordinator, Contract Services mentioned below. Bidders who contact anyone other than the DCC Coordinator, Contract Services to obtain clarifications during the solicitation period may, for that reason alone, be disqualified.
The STANDARD CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT DOCUMENTS -VERSION 2012, including the Instructions to Tenderers - (Form DCL 193) forms part of the Tender Package by reference. A hard copy of these documents can be ordered from MERX at telephone No.: 1 (800) 964-6379 (MERX Reference No. 241835).
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Bidders can obtain contract award results from the DCC Website at http://www.dcc-cdc.gc.ca/english/cc_contracts.html.
Trade Agreement: NONE Tendering Procedures: All interested suppliers may submit a bid Competitive Procurement Strategy: Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No Nature of Requirements: PSYCHIATRIST SERVICES The Correctional Service of Canada (CSC) Health Services require the services of a psychiatrist for Federal Training Centre Institution (FTC sites 6099 and 600) in the Quebec Region. The psychiatrist will provide psychiatric care services to offenders and collaborate with the interdisciplinary health services team that includes, but is not limited to general physicians, nursing, psychology, social work, occupational therapy and other allied healthcare professionals. PERIOD OF THE CONTRACT A first period of 15 months with 2 options of one year. DELIVERY POINTS FTC sites 6099 and 600 in Laval TRADE AGREEMENT No agreement applicable 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.
Outreach, Education and Feedback – Mandatory Reporting for Institutions.
Health Canada is seeking the services of a Contractor to assist in Mandatory Reporting for Institutions – Contract for Outreach, Education and Feedback. Health Canada has a requirement for the development and implementation of an educational approach and content to support healthcare professionals and healthcare institutions in the identification and reporting of serious adverse drug reactions and medical device incidents. This requirement includes an assessment of the type of outreach, education and feedback needed to motivate and support reporting.
Health Canada is continuously looking for ways to strengthen its knowledge base on product safety in the interest of improving patient outcomes and public health. The Protecting Canadians from Unsafe Drugs Act (Vanessa’s Law) makes several amendments to the Food and Drugs Act (F&DA), including a new requirement for certain health care institutions to provide Health Canada with information on serious adverse drug reactions (serious ADRs) and medical device incidents (MDIs). The central objective of this authority is to improve the quality and increase the quantity of ADR and MDI reports, thereby ensuring that there is sufficient data to detect safety problems. Under-reporting has been a long-standing issue for Health Canada and therapeutic product regulators worldwide.
As a complement to the regulations, Health Canada has recognized that improving the reporting of serious ADR/MDIs will require outreach and education as well as meaningful feedback to address reporting barriers that are perhaps beyond the reach of regulations. Educational efforts will be introduced in advance of new regulatory requirements with a focus on raising awareness of the importance of reporting ADR and MDIs and how it helps Health Canada complete their analysis to understand if the reaction/incident was caused by the drug/device or other factors. Educational efforts focussed on encouraging quality reporting can also contribute to a more informed understanding of both the benefits and risks of drugs and devices. Quality reporting improves the knowledge base on product safety and since this information is shared by Health Canada with the health care community and the public, it will empower Canadians along with their health care providers to make better, more informed decisions regarding their medical treatment and support overall patient safety.
Meaningful feedback is instrumental in building motivation and buy-in with reporting programs. Healthcare professionals indicated they are looking for some form of feedback that will demonstrate that the effort they have invested in sharing information is making a difference or help them with their decision making efforts on patient safety. Health Canada will therefore require efforts to be placed on understanding the type of feedback required to motivate and support reporting.
Notice of Proposed Procurement
Efforts to Build Capacity for Patient-Oriented Research Within Canada and Internationally
Publication date: January 13, 2016
Closing date: February 23 2016 14:00
Solicitation number: CIHR-RFP-ES-2015-12
Notice type: Request for Proposal (RFP)
GSIN: AH115036 - Environmental Standards (Research)
Procurement Entity: Canadian Institutes of Health Research
End user entity: Canadian Institutes of Health Research
Contact Information: Julie Morin, 613-948-2045, email: Julie.firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Address: 160 Elgin Street, 10-501B, Ottawa, Ontario, K1A 0W9
Patient-oriented research refers to a continuum of research that engages patients as partners, focusses on patient-centric priorities and improves patient outcomes individually and in communities such as vulnerable populations. This research, conducted by multidisciplinary teams in partnership with relevant stakeholders (including patients, researchers, health care professionals and decision-makers), aims to apply the knowledge generated to improve healthcare systems and practices.
Nephrology Services for inmates – Pacific Institution Medical Hospital
This requirement is for: The Correctional Service of Canada, Pacific Region
Trade agreement: This procurement is not subject to any trade agreement.
Tendering procedures: All interested suppliers may submit a bid.
Competitive Procurement Strategy: lowest priced compliant bid
Set-aside under the Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business: This procurement is not subject to any set-asides for Aboriginal Suppliers.
Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: This procurement is not subject to a Comprehensive Land Claims Agreement.
Security Requirements: This contract includes security requirements.
Nature of Requirements:
The following is a summary of the statement of work for this requirement.
The Correctional Service Canada has a requirement to provide services of a Nephrologist at Pacific Institution in the Pacific Region. The Contractor Nephrologist will provide services to inmates and collaborate with the institution's multi-disciplinary health services team that includes, but is not limited to, nurses, dietitians, radiology services, dental, psychiatry, psychology and other allied healthcare professionals.
Objectives: Provide and coordinate essential health services to inmates at Pacific Institution Dialysis as a Nephrologist.
These services include, but are not limited to the following:
a) The Contractor must ensure that:
On occasion and at the request of the Chief Health Services, the Contractor may be required to provide health services to inmates in other CSC institutions.
Term of Contract:
Period of the Contract: The Work is to be performed during the period of June 01, 2017 to March 31, 2020.
File Number: 21832-17-0048
Contracting Authority: Willow Bruyninckx
Correctional Service Canada
Regional Headquarters – Pacific
33991 Gladys Avenue, PO Box 4500
Abbotsford BC Canada V2S 2E8
Telephone number: 604-851-3233
Facsimile number: 604-870-2444
NOTE TO BIDDERS: Bidders can obtain copies of the solicitation documents by contacting the contracting authority named in this notice.
The Crown reserves the right to negotiate with suppliers on any procurement.
Documents may be submitted in either official language of Canada (English or French).
Given the nature of the requirements, proposals submitted by such means as facsimile or electronic mail will not be accepted.
After contract award, bidders may request a debriefing on the results of the bid solicitation process. Bidders should make the request to the Contracting Authority within fifteen (15) working days of receipt of the results of the bid solicitation process. The debriefing may be in writing, by telephone or in person.
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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: EZ899-170807/A Arthur (PWY), Carolyn Telephone No. - (604) 364-2752 Fax No. - (604) 775-6633 Title: Replace Wall Cladding and Exterior Doors Location: Mission Institution, Mission, BC Work Description: The Work under this contract covers the following: 1. Work under this Contract shall include all labour, materials and equipment necessary for the replacement of existing cladding systems on seven buildings to the Mission Medium Institution, Mission, BC, including window replacement to the Healthcare/Segregation building, replacement of an existing canopy with a new canopy, removal and replacement of existing electrical, security and mechanical services, and remedial work as more fully described in the drawings as listed in Sheet A-001 (Cover Sheet and Drawing List) and these specifications. Work will be performed in accordance with the contract and as shown on the drawings. Site Visit: The site visit for this project is MANDATORY. The representative of the bidder will be required to sign the Site Visit Attendance Sheet at the site visit. Bids submitted by Bidders who have not signed the attendance sheet will be rejected. Interested bidders are requested to provide their name(s) and company name(s) to the Contracting Authority, Carolyn Arthur at email@example.com by 2:30 pm PST on Tuesday August 2, 2016, if you will be attending the site visit. Note: All contractors must wear a high visibility vest, which meets WCB standards, for all site visits including a tender site visit. No cameras, cell phones (of any type) or lap top computers are allowed into institutions at any time. All contractors attending the site visit must be able to provide a piece of Government issued photo identification at the reception in order to gain visitor access into institutions. Delivery Date: The work shall commence immediately upon official notification of acceptance of tender by the Contracting Authority and is to be completed within 72 weeks from Contract Award. Value of Project: To assist with bonding and insurance requirements, this project is estimated to cost between $4,500,000.00 and $5,000,000.00 Tender Enquiries: Carolyn Arthur, A/Supply Officer Tel: (604)364-2752 Email: Carolyn.Arthur@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.