สล็อตออนไลน์มือถือ_ดูผลบอลสด_โปรแกรมสูตรบาคาร่า ฟรี https://www.google.com//c86 NationTalk is Canada*s premier Aboriginal newswire, employment, events and tender service. Sat, 08 Dec 2018 06:30:11 +0000 en-US hourly 1 42308396 Request for Proposal – RFP #2018-02 – Establishment of an Indigenous Consultant https://www.google.com//c86/tender/request-for-proposal-rfp-2018-02-establishment-of-an-indigenous-consultant Fri, 16 Nov 2018 20:48:17 +0000 /c86/?post_type=vl_tenders&p=352403 The Children*s Aid Society of Hamilton Request for Proposal RFP #2018-02 Establishment of an Indigenous Consultant Issue Date: November 15, 2018 Closing Date and Time: December 12, 2018 @ 1:00 pm Contact: Cindy Newell, Intake Services Manager 1. INTRODUCTION The Children*s Aid Society of Hamilton (the ※Society§) was established in 1894 as a not-for-profit charitable […]

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The Children*s Aid Society of Hamilton
Request for Proposal
RFP #2018-02
Establishment of an Indigenous Consultant

Issue Date: November 15, 2018
Closing Date and Time: December 12, 2018 @ 1:00 pm
Contact: Cindy Newell, Intake Services Manager

1. INTRODUCTION

The Children*s Aid Society of Hamilton (the ※Society§) was established in 1894 as a not-for-profit charitable organization focusing on the well-being and protection of children. The Society is mandated under The Child Youth and Family Services Act of Ontario and, as such, is required by law to protect children from physical, sexual and emotional abuse, and harm. The Society receives most of its operating revenue (approximately 92%) from the Province of Ontario, through the Ministry of Children & Youth Services. Other revenue is derived from Federal Government programs, property rental and fundraising activities.

The Children*s Aid Society of Hamilton operates with the direction of a volunteer Board of Directors. The Society has approximately 270 employees (professional Social Workers, support and administrative staff), 530 children in care, and 187 foster, kin care and group care homes.

The Children*s Aid Society is on a journey of growth and awareness as we learn more about the legacy of oppression, marginalization and cultural genocide in the province of Ontario towards Indigenous people, particularly within the child welfare sector.

Our sector has agreed upon the 9 key commitments listed below:

? Reducing the number of Indigenous children in care
? Reducing the number of legal files involving Indigenous children and families
? Increasing the use of formal customary care agreements
? Ensuring Indigenous representation and involvement at the local Boards of Directors
? Implementing mandatory, regular indigenous training for staff
? Imbedding Jordan*s Principle in service practice and the interagency protocol
? Consulting with Indigenous communities to develop a unique agency-based plan to better address the needs of the children and families from those communities
? Continuing to develop relationships between the local agency and the local Indigenous communities
? Assisting those individuals wanting to see their historical files by accessing and providing the information they request

We are guided by the knowledge and expertise of Indigenous leaders and organizations in the Hamilton community as we continue this path towards Truth and Reconciliation.

At the Society, there is an internal committee dedicated to Truth and Reconciliation focusing on building relationships with the local Indigenous community and creating awareness, education and training for staff regarding the history of colonization of Indigenous communities as well as Indigenous traditions, culture and beliefs. The Agency also has representatives on the Indigenous Child Welfare Collaborative in Hamilton. We acknowledge we are at the beginning of this journey and we have much to learn and change.

The Society embraces an anti-oppressive practice approach to providing child welfare services and support in the Hamilton-area community. We place priority on our commitment towards equitable outcomes for all children, youth and families who come into contact with our agency 每 particularly those who are overrepresented in the child welfare system.

2. SCOPE OF SERVICES:

The Society will enter into an agreement with a consultant to fulfill the requirements of the attached Description of Services to Be Provided, see Appendix A.
The Society has budgeted $23,333 excluding HST, to enter into a contract with a consultant for the period Jan 28, 2019 to March 31, 2020. At the end of this period, the program will be reviewed and may be renewed for an additional period ending March 31, 2021 The fee will include all services provided and no additional charges are expected.

The Society will provide office space for a consultant.

Requirements for the Consultant

? Provide their own equipment (laptop, cell phone, transportation).
? The consultant may be working in the community and should be willing to meet with both Society staff and service users.
? The consultant will be expected to keep their own notes except in the case where there is a worker present.
? The consultant shall be responsible for their own insurance
? Any material created on the behalf of the Society shall remain the Intellectual property of the Society with credit given to the author.
? The consultant will provide monthly invoices

The consultant*s services will support and be an advocate for Indigenous children, youth and families involved with The Children*s Aid Society of Hamilton. The priority of this position is to repair the relationship between the Indigenous community in relation to the family and the Society by challenging the Society*s organizational policies, procedures and practices using Indigenous knowledge, customary laws, traditions and belief systems. The consultant will collaborate with The Children*s Aid Society of Hamilton to ensure the safety and wellbeing of children and youth, while supporting the strengths of families and their communities.

Specific objectives for 2019 to 2021

? Short term objectives

o Environmental scan 每 Perform an environmental scan to identify available community services and what is in place at the agency that would inform the work plan.
o Terms of Reference 每 Provide terms of reference with input from HEDAC outlining how the consultant would collaborate with the Indigenous community and the Society
o Plan – Develop a collaborative work plan to meet the objectives

? Medium term objectives

o Consult with Society staff at key points while providing service i.e. at the onset of investigation, at the point of case transfer, prior to bringing children to a place of safety and/or initiating a court application, when reviewing a placement or permanency plan.
o Identify and facilitate referrals to Indigenous community services, resources and programs that may be beneficial for staff and service recipients
o Maintain and share quarterly statistics with the Society regarding the above objectives

? Longer term objectives

o Connect children and youth in care with the Indigenous community and relevant services and supports
o Increase knowledge of Indigenous traditions, beliefs and values among Society staff
o Outcome plans for service recipients will be more reflective of the lived experience of Indigenous families

3. PROPOSAL REQUIREMENTS:

Proponents must submit:

Summary of relevant experience of the Individual

– How long have you been providing services to Indigenous children, youth and families and in what capacity?
– Have you previously provided consultant services for non-Indigenous agencies? If so, provide an example.
– Provide an example of a time your have engaged with a child welfare agency in the context of providing service. Describe what went well as well as any challenges encountered in working together.
– Please share any relevant work experience from previous employment?
– Share what you anticipate would be the biggest challenge in this role?
– Tell us about your connection with the Hamilton Indigenous community

Service Plan

– Although the RFP refers to this position as a consultant, as part of your proposal please include a title that you feel is best suited for this position or program.
– Outline in a detailed plan how you would achieve the short-term objectives and generally how you would achieve the medium and long-term objectives.
Hours per week
– Include any details regarding specific days per week or timing of work as well as where the consultant will be working from (i.e. on site at the Society or working from offsite location)

4. GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS:

The submission is to be submitted to the individual noted below on or before the closing date of December 12, 2018 at 1:00 pm
Submissions shall not be accepted after the closing date. Proponents may not make modifications to their submissions after the closing date and time. Submissions can be sent via email. For submissions sent via email an email confirmation will be returned to the sender. If you do not receive a confirmation email by December 12, 2018 at 1:30 pm, please contact Cindy Newell at 905 522 1121 Ext 6366

Address Submissions to:
Cindy Newell, Manager Intake Services
26 Arrowsmith Road, Hamilton ON L8E 4H8
Email 每 CNewell@hamiltoncas.com
RFP # 2018-02 每 Indigenous Consultant

5. QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

To ensure fairness to all proponents, all questions that require detailed clarification or that may materially alter this submission shall be submitted in writing (email form is acceptable) by November 28, 2018

The Society reserves the right to not respond to any questions after this date.

Should any error, ambiguity, divergence, omission, oversight, contradiction, or item subject to interpretation be identified in this submission, the proponent shall, as it is discovered, notify the primary contact (in writing) requesting instruction, decision, direction or clarification of same. The primary contact will determine the extent of resolution required.

Questions and requests for clarification can be directed to:
Cindy Newell at cnewell@hamiltoncas.com
Any revision to this RFP will be issued as an addendum to all proponents.

6. CONFLICT OF INTEREST:
The proponent hereby declares by submitting a bid that they do not and will not have any conflict of interest, actual or potential, by providing a submission.

7. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT:
The proponent acknowledges that they have carefully reviewed this RFP, including all other related relevant documents, and understands the scope of work proposed; further, they confirm that their submission is based entirely on the terms, specifications, requirements and conditions as set out in the RFP document.

8. EVALUATION CRITERIA:

Each response to this RFP will be evaluated by an internal Evaluation committee. Proposals will be evaluated based on all information provided by the Proponent at the time of submission as well as any additional clarification information requested. The evaluation will consider experience of the consultant and the Service plan outlined in the proposal. The evaluation will also consider the number of hours/level of service that will be provided for the set fee of $20,000 annually ($23,333 for the period running January 28, 2019 ending March 31, 2020).

Each Proposal will be reviewed to determine if the Proposal is responsive to the submission requirements outlined in the RFP.
The Evaluation Committee is comprised of individuals from the Society and Indigenous Organizations in Hamilton.

The Society retains the right to schedule finalist interviews. All Proponents may not be selected for an interview. If short listed for an interview, the Proponent will be required to make a presentation to the Evaluation Committee related to the credentials and capability of the Consultant, as well as an outline of the Proponent*s Service plan. The format of the interview will be a 30-minute presentation by the Consultant with a 15-minute period for the Evaluation Committee to ask questions.

The assessment criteria weighting outlined below will be used in the evaluation process. The highest scoring Proponent will be awarded the contract. Tie scores will be broken using a coin toss. In evaluating any of the categories, the score to be ascribed to the category or weighting to be ascribed to the category shall be determined by the Society in its sole discretion given that these are often subjective matters, that there is no requirement on the part of the Society to use any formulas or mathematical approach and that the Society*s opinion and assessment of each Proposal is to be determined by the Society in its sole and absolute discretion.

Issuance of this RFP does not obligate the Society to accept one or any of the Proposals received. Following the evaluation, the Society reserves the right to accept or reject any and all Proposals.

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Request For Proposal (RFP) Community Consultation Regarding Cannabis https://www.google.com//c86/tender/request-for-proposal-rfp-community-consultation-regarding-cannabis Fri, 02 Nov 2018 22:43:05 +0000 /c86/?post_type=vl_tenders&p=350982 Request For Proposal (RFP) Community Consultation Regarding Cannabis CURVE LAKE FIRST NATION 22 WINOOKEEDAA ROAD CURVE LAKE, ONTARIO K0L 1R0 SUMMARY AND BACKGROUND All First Nations need to develop a position on the legalization of Cannabis. At this point we are seeking the community*s input in order to ensure that their best interest and desires […]

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Request For Proposal (RFP) Community Consultation Regarding Cannabis

CURVE LAKE FIRST NATION
22 WINOOKEEDAA ROAD
CURVE LAKE, ONTARIO K0L 1R0

  1. SUMMARY AND BACKGROUND

All First Nations need to develop a position on the legalization of Cannabis. At this point we are seeking the community*s input in order to ensure that their best interest and desires are taken into account during this process. We are currently seeking a third party consultant to engage the community in an education and consultation process and to develop recommendations based on their findings.

The purpose of this Request for Proposal (RFP) is to solicit proposals from various individuals or organizations, conduct a fair and extensive evaluation based on criteria listed herein, and select the candidate who best represents the knowledge and experience needed to complete the task.

Curve Lake First Nation is located on a peninsula situated between Buckhorn Lake, Harrington Narrows and Chemong Lake. It is affiliated with the Union of Ontario Indians and is one of seven Williams Treaty First Nations.

The total registered population of Curve Lake First Nation is 2260. There are 777 members who live on reserve while 1483 live off of the reserve.

The Council is comprised of one (1) Chief and eight (8) Councilors.

First Nation operations are currently organized into five departments. These are Finance and Administration, Health and Family Services, Education, Economic Development and Public Works. Curve Lake First Nation employs approximately 80 full time employees and 25 short term contracts and sub-staff.

Several Council committees have been established to assist the operating departments. These include Finance, Health & Family Services, Education, Economic Development, Public Works, Housing, Lands and employee Health and Safety. Additional Council Committees include, Gaming Revenue Fund, Claims, Petroglyphs, Pow Wow, Recreation, Rights and Resources and Youth Council.

Curve Lake First Nation delivers a number of essential and non-essential programs and services to both member and non-member residents of the community.?

Cannabis will become legal in Canada through mail order, on October 17th, 2018. In the spring of 2019, Cannabis will be legally sold in dispensaries throughout the country. The federal government has stated that there are economic opportunities for the First Nations through legalization. They have also stated that First Nation communities were consulted on the subject. Our community members need to be educated on these topics, the economic opportunities, the health benefits and risks and the potential for the community to change, negatively or positively by legalization. Following education, the community will have the opportunity to provide feedback on the topic which will assist Chief and Council in forming a position.

  1. PROPOSAL GUIDELINES

This Request for Proposal represents the requirements for an open and competitive process. Proposals will be accepted until 12 pm (noon) Friday November 30th, 2018. Any proposals received after this date and time will be returned to the sender.?

If the individual or organization submitting a proposal must outsource or contract any work to meet the requirements contained herein, this must be clearly stated in the proposal. Additionally, all costs included in proposals must be all-inclusive to include any outsourced or contracted work. Any proposals which call for outsourcing or contracting work must include a name and description of the organizations being contracted.?

All costs must be itemized to include an explanation of all fees and costs.

Contract terms and conditions will be negotiated upon selection of the winning bidder for this RFP. All contractual terms and conditions may be subject to review by Curve Lake First Nation legal department and will include scope, budget, schedule, and other necessary items pertaining to the project.

Proposal Inquiries
All questions, requests for information, instructions or clarifications regarding any part of this proposal document must be set out in writing and directed to:

Robin Steed
22 Winookeedaa Street
Curve Lake First Nation, ON, K0L 1R0
705-657-8045
RobinS@curvelake.ca

All questions related to this Request for Proposal (RFP) or any clarification with respect to this RFP must be made no later than 3 Business Days prior to the closing date of this RFP in order that staff may have sufficient time to respond. Curve Lake reserves the right to extend the deadline for questions, if required, regarding this RFP.

Written answers or clarifications to issues of substance shall be shared with all Proponents and shall be issued as part of the RFP in the form of an Addendum. This proposal document and all addendum(s), if any, shall also be posted on the First Nation*s web-site.

Proposal Submissions and Closing Date

The closing date for proposals is set for Friday November 30th, 2018 at noon. Only proposals that are mailed or emailed will be accepted. If packages are mailed, please send 3 copies of the proposal. Packages should be clearly marked Proposal for School Expansion.

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Doc1492017030 – Supply of a Specific Tunnel Engineering Design https://www.google.com//c86/tender/doc1492017030-supply-of-a-specific-tunnel-engineering-design Thu, 01 Nov 2018 21:33:00 +0000 /c86/?post_type=vl_tenders&p=350846 Doc1492017030 – Supply of a Specific Tunnel Engineering Design ?Title of RFP: Doc1492017030 – Supply of a Specific Tunnel Engineering Design Sector:? Private Sector Type:? RFP Region: ON Closing Date and Time: December 13, 2018 @12:00:00P.M Brief Description:?This RFP is for the Supply of a Specific Tunnel Engineering Design Buyer Name: Marites Donado Buyer Email: […]

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Doc1492017030 – Supply of a Specific Tunnel Engineering Design

?Title of RFP: Doc1492017030 – Supply of a Specific Tunnel Engineering Design

Sector:? Private Sector

  • Type:? RFP
  • Region: ON
  • Closing Date and Time: December 13, 2018 @12:00:00P.M
  • Brief Description:?This RFP is for the Supply of a Specific Tunnel Engineering Design
  • Buyer Name: Marites Donado
  • Buyer Email: Marites.Donado@Inergi.ca
  • If you are interested in participating in this RFP, please follow the instructions below:

As of January 22, 2018, in order to participate in Hydro One sourcing events and to do business with Hydro One, you must be registered in the SAP Ariba Network.

If you are already registered, please send the Buyer an email with your contact details and they will send you an invitation to participate in this RFP.? If you are not registered, please send an email to SupplierContact@HydroOne.com requesting a registration invitation.

For step-by-step instructions on registration, responding to a Hydro One sourcing event and using DocuSign, please refer to the supplier section on the Hydro One website: https://www.hydroone.com/about/suppliers.?

Should you have any questions or are experiencing any issues, please contact?SupplierContact@HydroOne.com?or visit the Ariba SAP help?center by following this link:?https://support.ariba.com/help.?

Once you have submitted the Supplier Profile Questionnaire, please advise the Buyer so they follow through with the registration approval.?Upon approval, you will be invited to participate in this RFP event.

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DND Food Quality Specification _Pasta and Noodles https://www.google.com//c86/tender/dnd-food-quality-specification-_pasta-and-noodles Mon, 08 Oct 2018 15:28:53 +0000 /c86/?post_type=vl_tenders&p=347852 Date closing??? 2019/04/01 14:00 Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) Details Reference number??? PW-$TOR-033-6506 Solicitation number??? E6TOR-13RM30/A Region of delivery Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, National Capital Region, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Northwest Territories, Nova Scotia, Nunavut, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, Saskatchewan, Yukon Notice type??? Letter of Interest (LOI)/Request for Information (RFI) GSIN N8920C: Groceries, Miscellaneous […]

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Date closing??? 2019/04/01 14:00 Eastern Daylight Time (EDT)

Details

Reference number??? PW-$TOR-033-6506

Solicitation number??? E6TOR-13RM30/A

Region of delivery
Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, National Capital Region, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Northwest Territories, Nova Scotia, Nunavut, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, Saskatchewan, Yukon

Notice type??? Letter of Interest (LOI)/Request for Information (RFI)

GSIN
N8920C: Groceries, Miscellaneous (replaced by gsin N8920ZC)
N8920ZC: Groceries, Miscellaneous

Trade agreement??? None

Tendering procedure??? All interested suppliers may submit a bid

Competitive procurement strategy??? N/A – P&A/LOI Only

Procurement entity??? Public Works and Government Services Canada

End user entity??? Public Works and Government Services Canada

Description

Trade Agreement: NONE
Tendering Procedures: All interested suppliers may submit a bid
Competitive Procurement Strategy: N/A – P&A/LOI Only
Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No
Nature of Requirements:

Food Quality Specification _Pasta and Noodles
E6TOR-13RM30/A
Juan, Peggy
Telephone No. – 905-615-2033
Email – peggy.juan@pwgsc-tpsgc.gc.ca

Amendment No. 6 updates the food quality specification and extends the closing date.

Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) is publishing the Food Quality Specifications for Pasta and Noodles.

PSPC or any department may reference the attached document in solicitations when it is determined by the client/user federal department that the requirement should include the attached specification.

The specification has been written by DND based on their operational needs, however, this specification may also be used by other federal departments.

This is not a bid solicitation. This notice will not result in the awarding of any contract/Standing Offer/Supply Arrangement, nor will it result in the creation of any source list. As well, the fact of not responding to this Letter of Interest will not preclude a supplier to participate in the subsequent procurement process.

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.

Access and terms of use

Government of Canada (GC) tender notices and awards, solicitation documents and tender attachments are available free of charge and without registration on Buyandsell.gc.ca/tenders, the authoritative location for GC tenders.

You may have received this tender notice or award through a third-party distributor. The Government of Canada is not responsible for any tender notices and/or related documents and attachments not accessed directly through Buyandsell.gc.ca/tenders.

This Government of Canada tender notice or tender award carries an Open Government Licence – Canada that governs its use. Related solicitation documents and/or tender attachments are copyright protected. Please refer to the section about Commercial Reproduction in the Buyandsell.gc.ca Terms and Conditions for more information.

Solicitation Documents

ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6506.EBSU000.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6506.EBSU000.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6506.EBSU001.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6506.EBSU001.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6506.EBSU002.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6506.EBSU002.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6506.EBSU003.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6506.EBSU003.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6506.EBSU004.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6506.EBSU004.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6506.EBSU005.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6506.EBSU005.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6506.EBSU006.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6506.EBSU006.PDF French

Contact Information

Contact name??? Juan, Peggy
Contact email??? peggy.juan@pwgsc-tpsgc.gc.ca
Contact phone??? (905) 615-2033 ( )
Contact fax??? ( ) –
Contact address

Ontario Region
33 City Centre Drive
Suite 480
Mississauga
Ontario
L5B 2N5

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DND Food Quality Specification _Pie Fillings and Pie Fruits https://www.google.com//c86/tender/dnd-food-quality-specification-_pie-fillings-and-pie-fruits Mon, 08 Oct 2018 15:21:26 +0000 /c86/?post_type=vl_tenders&p=347851 Date closing??? 2019/04/01 14:00 Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) Details Reference number??? PW-$TOR-033-6505 Solicitation number? E6TOR-13RM31/A Region of delivery Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, National Capital Region, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Northwest Territories, Nova Scotia, Nunavut, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, Saskatchewan, Yukon Notice type??? Letter of Interest (LOI)/Request for Information (RFI) GSIN N8920C: Groceries, Miscellaneous […]

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Date closing??? 2019/04/01 14:00 Eastern Daylight Time (EDT)

Details

Reference number??? PW-$TOR-033-6505

Solicitation number? E6TOR-13RM31/A

Region of delivery
Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, National Capital Region, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Northwest Territories, Nova Scotia, Nunavut, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, Saskatchewan, Yukon

Notice type??? Letter of Interest (LOI)/Request for Information (RFI)

GSIN
N8920C: Groceries, Miscellaneous (replaced by gsin N8920ZC)
N8920ZC: Groceries, Miscellaneous
N8925: Sugar, Confectionery and Nuts (replaced by gsin N8920ZC)

Trade agreement??? None

Tendering procedure??? All interested suppliers may submit a bid

Competitive procurement strategy??? N/A – P&A/LOI Only

Procurement entity??? Public Works and Government Services Canada

End user entity??? Public Works and Government Services Canada

Description

Trade Agreement: NONE
Tendering Procedures: All interested suppliers may submit a bid
Competitive Procurement Strategy: N/A – P&A/LOI Only
Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No
Nature of Requirements:

Food Quality Specification _Pie Fillings and Pie Fruits
E6TOR-13RM31/A
Juan, Peggy
Telephone No. – 905-615-2033
Email – peggy.juan@pwgsc-tpsgc.gc.ca

Amendment No. 5 updates the food quality specification and extends the closing date.

Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) is publishing the Food Quality Specifications for Pie Fillings and Pie Fruits.

PSPC or any department may reference the attached document in solicitations when it is determined by the client/user federal department that the requirement should include the attached specification.

The specification has been written by DND based on their operational needs, however, this specification may also be used by other federal departments.

This is not a bid solicitation. This notice will not result in the awarding of any contract/Standing Offer/Supply Arrangement, nor will it result in the creation of any source list. As well, the fact of not responding to this Letter of Interest will not preclude a supplier to participate in the subsequent procurement process.

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.

Access and terms of use

Government of Canada (GC) tender notices and awards, solicitation documents and tender attachments are available free of charge and without registration on Buyandsell.gc.ca/tenders, the authoritative location for GC tenders.

You may have received this tender notice or award through a third-party distributor. The Government of Canada is not responsible for any tender notices and/or related documents and attachments not accessed directly through Buyandsell.gc.ca/tenders.

This Government of Canada tender notice or tender award carries an Open Government Licence – Canada that governs its use. Related solicitation documents and/or tender attachments are copyright protected. Please refer to the section about Commercial Reproduction in the Buyandsell.gc.ca Terms and Conditions for more information.

Solicitation Documents

ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6505.EBSU000.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6505.EBSU000.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6505.EBSU001.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6505.EBSU001.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6505.EBSU002.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6505.EBSU002.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6505.EBSU003.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6505.EBSU003.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6505.EBSU004.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6505.EBSU004.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6505.EBSU005.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6505.EBSU005.PDF French

Contact Information

Contact name??? Juan, Peggy
Contact email??? peggy.juan@pwgsc-tpsgc.gc.ca
Contact phone??? (905) 615-2033 ( )
Contact fax??? ( ) –
Contact address

Ontario Region
33 City Centre Drive
Suite 480
Mississauga
Ontario
L5B 2N5

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DND Food Quality Specification _Pork https://www.google.com//c86/tender/dnd-food-quality-specification-_pork Mon, 08 Oct 2018 15:12:48 +0000 /c86/?post_type=vl_tenders&p=347850 Date closing??? 2019/04/01 14:00 Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) Details Reference number??? PW-$TOR-033-6504 Solicitation number??? E6TOR-13RM32/A Region of delivery Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, National Capital Region, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Northwest Territories, Nova Scotia, Nunavut, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, Saskatchewan, Yukon Notice type??? Letter of Interest (LOI)/Request for Information (RFI) GSIN N8905: Meat, Poultry […]

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Date closing??? 2019/04/01 14:00 Eastern Daylight Time (EDT)

Details

Reference number??? PW-$TOR-033-6504

Solicitation number??? E6TOR-13RM32/A

Region of delivery
Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, National Capital Region, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Northwest Territories, Nova Scotia, Nunavut, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, Saskatchewan, Yukon

Notice type??? Letter of Interest (LOI)/Request for Information (RFI)

GSIN
N8905: Meat, Poultry and Fish (replaced by gsin N8905Z)
N8905Z: Meat, Poultry and Fish

Trade agreement??? None

Tendering procedure??? All interested suppliers may submit a bid

Competitive procurement strategy??? N/A – P&A/LOI Only

Procurement entity??? Public Works and Government Services Canada

End user entity??? Public Works and Government Services Canada

Description

Trade Agreement: NONE
Tendering Procedures: All interested suppliers may submit a bid
Competitive Procurement Strategy: N/A – P&A/LOI Only
Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No
Nature of Requirements:

Food Quality Specification _Pork
E6TOR-13RM32/A
Juan, Peggy
Telephone No. – 905-615-2033
Email – peggy.juan@pwgsc-tpsgc.gc.ca

Amendment No. 5 updates the food quality specification and extends the closing date.

Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) is publishing the Food Quality Specifications for Pork.

PSPC or any department may reference the attached document in solicitations when it is determined by the client/user federal department that the requirement should include the attached specification.

The specification has been written by DND based on their operational needs, however, this specification may also be used by other federal departments.

This is not a bid solicitation. This notice will not result in the awarding of any contract/Standing Offer/Supply Arrangement, nor will it result in the creation of any source list. As well, the fact of not responding to this Letter of Interest will not preclude a supplier to participate in the subsequent procurement process.

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.

Access and terms of use

Government of Canada (GC) tender notices and awards, solicitation documents and tender attachments are available free of charge and without registration on Buyandsell.gc.ca/tenders, the authoritative location for GC tenders.

You may have received this tender notice or award through a third-party distributor. The Government of Canada is not responsible for any tender notices and/or related documents and attachments not accessed directly through Buyandsell.gc.ca/tenders.

This Government of Canada tender notice or tender award carries an Open Government Licence – Canada that governs its use. Related solicitation documents and/or tender attachments are copyright protected. Please refer to the section about Commercial Reproduction in the Buyandsell.gc.ca Terms and Conditions for more information.

Solicitation Documents

ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6504.EBSU000.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6504.EBSU000.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6504.EBSU001.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6504.EBSU001.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6504.EBSU002.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6504.EBSU002.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6504.EBSU003.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6504.EBSU003.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6504.EBSU004.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6504.EBSU004.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6504.EBSU005.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6504.EBSU005.PDF French

Contact Information

Contact name??? Juan, Peggy
Contact email??? peggy.juan@pwgsc-tpsgc.gc.ca
Contact phone??? (905) 615-2033 ( )
Contact fax??? (905) 615-2023
Contact address

Ontario Region
33 City Centre Drive
Suite 480
Mississauga
Ontario
L5B 2N5

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DND Food Quality Specification _Rice https://www.google.com//c86/tender/dnd-food-quality-specification-_rice Mon, 08 Oct 2018 15:03:53 +0000 /c86/?post_type=vl_tenders&p=347849 Date closing??? 2019/04/01 14:00 Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) Details Reference number??? PW-$TOR-033-6502 Solicitation number???? E6TOR-13RM34/A Region of delivery Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, National Capital Region, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Northwest Territories, Nova Scotia, Nunavut, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, Saskatchewan, Yukon Notice type???? Letter of Interest (LOI)/Request for Information (RFI) GSIN N8920C: Groceries, Miscellaneous […]

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Date closing??? 2019/04/01 14:00 Eastern Daylight Time (EDT)

Details

Reference number??? PW-$TOR-033-6502

Solicitation number???? E6TOR-13RM34/A

Region of delivery
Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, National Capital Region, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Northwest Territories, Nova Scotia, Nunavut, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, Saskatchewan, Yukon

Notice type???? Letter of Interest (LOI)/Request for Information (RFI)

GSIN
N8920C: Groceries, Miscellaneous (replaced by gsin N8920ZC)
N8920ZC: Groceries, Miscellaneous

Trade agreement??? None

Tendering procedure??? All interested suppliers may submit a bid

Competitive procurement strategy??? N/A – P&A/LOI Only

Procurement entity???? Public Works and Government Services Canada

End user entity???? Public Works and Government Services Canada

Description

Trade Agreement: NONE
Tendering Procedures: All interested suppliers may submit a bid
Competitive Procurement Strategy: N/A – P&A/LOI Only
Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No
Nature of Requirements:

Food Quality Specification _Rice
E6TOR-13RM34/A
Juan, Peggy
Telephone No. – 905-615-2033
Email – peggy.juan@pwgsc-tpsgc.gc.ca

Amendment No. 6 updates the food quality specification and extends the closing date.

Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) is publishing the Food Quality Specifications for Rice.

PSPC or any department may reference the attached document in solicitations when it is determined by the client/user federal department that the requirement should include the attached specification.

The specification has been written by DND based on their operational needs, however, this specification may also be used by other federal departments.

This is not a bid solicitation. This notice will not result in the awarding of any contract/Standing Offer/Supply Arrangement, nor will it result in the creation of any source list. As well, the fact of not responding to this Letter of Interest will not preclude a supplier to participate in the subsequent procurement process.

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.

Access and terms of use

Government of Canada (GC) tender notices and awards, solicitation documents and tender attachments are available free of charge and without registration on Buyandsell.gc.ca/tenders, the authoritative location for GC tenders.

You may have received this tender notice or award through a third-party distributor. The Government of Canada is not responsible for any tender notices and/or related documents and attachments not accessed directly through Buyandsell.gc.ca/tenders.

This Government of Canada tender notice or tender award carries an Open Government Licence – Canada that governs its use. Related solicitation documents and/or tender attachments are copyright protected. Please refer to the section about Commercial Reproduction in the Buyandsell.gc.ca Terms and Conditions for more information.

Solicitation Documents

ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6502.EBSU000.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6502.EBSU000.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6502.EBSU001.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6502.EBSU001.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6502.EBSU002.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6502.EBSU002.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6502.EBSU003.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6502.EBSU003.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6502.EBSU004.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6502.EBSU004.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6502.EBSU005.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6502.EBSU005.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6502.EBSU006.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6502.EBSU006.PDF French

Contact Information

Contact name??? Juan, Peggy
Contact email??? peggy.juan@pwgsc-tpsgc.gc.ca
Contact phone??? (905) 615-2033 ( )
Contact fax??? ( ) –
Contact address

Ontario Region
33 City Centre Drive
Suite 480
Mississauga
Ontario
L5B 2N5

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Request for Proposal: Development of a Strategic Communications and Implementation Plan for Tewatohnhi’saktha https://www.google.com//c86/tender/request-for-proposal-development-of-a-strategic-communications-and-implementation-plan-for-tewatohnhisaktha Wed, 26 Sep 2018 18:03:29 +0000 /c86/?post_type=vl_tenders&p=346638 Request for Proposal: Development of a Strategic Communications and Implementation Plan for Tewatohnhi’saktha Tewatohnhi’saktha, Kahnaw角:ke*s Economic Development Commission wishes to engage the services of a communications consultant, or team, to undertake the preparation of a three-year strategic communications and implementation plan for Tewatohnhi’saktha*s divisions, and for the organization as a whole.? The plan is expected […]

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Request for Proposal: Development of a Strategic Communications and Implementation Plan for Tewatohnhi’saktha

Tewatohnhi’saktha, Kahnaw角:ke*s Economic Development Commission wishes to engage the services of a communications consultant, or team, to undertake the preparation of a three-year strategic communications and implementation plan for Tewatohnhi’saktha*s divisions, and for the organization as a whole.? The plan is expected to be ready for implementation by December 30, 2018.

The purpose of this contract is to identify and detail approaches to fulfilling the divisional and organizational communications requirements in a comprehensive and coordinated strategy, and prepare a complete implementation plan.

The deadline for submission is 4:00 p.m. on Friday October 12, 2018

Thank you for your consideration.

 

Lisa Lahache,
PR/Communications Officer

 

 

1.? OBJECTIVE/OUTCOMES


 

Tewatohnhi’saktha, Kahnaw角:ke*s Economic Development Commission, wishes to engage the services of a communications consultant or team to undertake the preparation of a three-year strategic communications and implementation plan for each of Tewatohnhi’saktha*s divisions and for the organization as a whole.

The objectives of Tewatohnhi’saktha*s Strategic Communications Plan are to:

  • Increase community support for Tewatohnhi’saktha*s organizational projects and initiatives;
  • Maintain community interest in Tewatohnhi*saktha*s initiatives;
  • Increase external clients* knowledge of our products and services;
  • Increase Tewatohnhi’saktha*s presence within the community of Kahnaw角:ke;
  • Incorporate the new organizational functions of tourism, economic development/marketing, business retention and expansion, and workforce development into communications plan and strategy;
  • Encourage the flow of information between various local community organizations and other audiences;
  • Foster a consistent, professional image in all business dealings;
  • Develop best practices for communicating internal messages throughout the organization;
  • Develop a branding strategy and update brand guidelines; and,
  • Identify appropriate and practical uses of social media tools.

The desired outcome of Tewatohnhi*saktha*s Strategic Communications Plan is the development of a three-year strategic communications plan from initiation to implementation, which provides the framework that supports the achievement of Tewatohnhi*saktha*s strategic priorities, including:

  • Introduction
  • Objectives of a PR/Communications Plan
  • Current State Assessment
  • Environmental Scan
  • Branding Strategies
  • Target audiences
  • Strategies for internal communications
  • Strategies for external communications
  • Communications Templates
  • Implementation Plan

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2.?? TEWATOHNHI*SAKTHA


Tewatohnhi’saktha was established in 1999 by legislation of the Mohawk Council of Kahnaw角:ke (MCK) for the purpose of creating jobs, wealth, and self-sufficiency for the Mohawks of Kahnaw角:ke.? Tewatohnhi’saktha operates as an autonomous entity from the MCK and operates as a cooperative legal structure with seven voting members acting as Board of Directors. Tewatohnhi’saktha exists to stimulate and enhance Kahnaw角:ke*s growth by investing in people, businesses, and economic opportunities. The three divisions of Tewatohnhi’saktha are:

  • Organizational Services Division
  • Business Services Division
  • Employment and Training Division

 

3.?? LOCATION


Tewatohnhi’saktha is located in Kahnaw角:ke, Quebec. There are five intended uses of the Tewatohnhi’saktha Strategic Communications Plan:

  • To communicate our programs and services with the local population within Kahnaw角:ke, to community groups, and to other community organizations and increase local support for the organization;
  • To attract tourists to our community and to market our community as a potential tourist destination;
  • To market Kahnaw角:ke as a potential business partner and to attract businesses to locate in our community;
  • To recruit individuals and internal/external employers and foster relationships with them, to enhance our workforce development function; and,
  • To communicate our programs and services to our local business community and foster relationships with them, to facilitate the creation of new jobs in the community.

 

4.?? CONTRACT REQUIREMENTS


The consultant is required to:

  • provide a written proposal and all associated costs; and,
  • report to the PR/Communications officer and work with Tewatohnhi’saktha divisions when necessary.

The schedule of work will be aligned with the operationalization of our mandate and be ready for implementation by December 30, 2018.

 

5.? RELEVANT EXPERIENCE


  • The consultant will have a demonstrated knowledge in the Public Relations/Communications field.
  • In the project proposal, the consultant must identify and describe similar projects undertaken within the past 5 years.

6.? SCOPE OF WORK


Strategic Plan Components:

Introduction

  • Introduction to Tewatohnhi’saktha.
  • Introduction to Tewatohnhi’saktha*s structure.
  • Outline of the scope and structure of the communications strategy.

Objectives of a PR/Communications Plan

  • The objectives of the PR/Communications Strategy and desired outcomes.
  • Objectives will be stated for the three divisions and the organization.

Current State Assessment

  • Evaluation of the current communications practices and strategies.

Environmental Scan

  • Evaluation of all communications mediums available to Tewatohnhi’saktha and their effectiveness.

Branding Strategies

  • The consultant will work with Tewatohnhi’saktha to create a consistent visual look and ※brand§ for all its communications materials. This will include fact sheet templates, advertisement templates, graphics standards and guidelines.

Target Audiences

  • Audiences for all communications products should be targeted as precisely as possible for each division to maximize effectiveness.

Strategies for Internal Communications

  • A comprehensive guide for internal communications between Tewatohnhi’saktha*s divisions.

Strategies for External Communications

  • A comprehensive list of all media campaigns for the duration of the communications strategy. The consultant will provide such a list for each of Tewatohnhi’saktha*s divisions and for the organization.
  • New organizational functions to focus on are our tourism, economic development/marketing, business retention and expansion, and workforce development functions.

Communications Templates

  • Templates for the creation of communications strategies for future projects and initiatives.

Implementation Plan

  • A detailed Implementation Plan indicating recommended communications products and timelines.
  • An implementation plan will be developed for each communications function.
  • Each implementation plan shall include a detailed workplan, budget, and timelines for completion of all recommended activities. The implementation plan will also include prioritized initiatives, benchmarks, and evaluation measures.

Miscellaneous

  • The consultant should identify opportunities for enhancing the Strategic Communications Plan beyond what is outlined in the work scope.
  • Tewatohnhi’saktha reserves the right to reject any and all bids.

7.?? SCHEDULE AND PRICING


The mid-range value of the project was estimated at $40,000. Submissions with a higher cost may be accepted, but will not receive full weight during the scoring of submissions.

8.? FINAL PLAN


The Consultant will prepare a draft and final Strategic Communications Plan and submit an electronic version of the draft and final plan.

The final plan will be completed by November 30, 2018.

9.?? SCORING


Tewatohnhi’saktha will be evaluating proposals using a Weighted Scores method. Each criterion is assigned a weight and based upon how well the consultant*s proposal addressed each criterion, Tewatohnhi’saktha will assign a score of 0-10 and then multiply the points by the designated weight to get the total weighted points for each item.

Criteria 0-10 score Weight Weighted score
Company background and experience. 10
Experience in performance of comparable engagements. 20
Scope, approaches, methodology, timeline. 30
Reasonableness of cost. 40
Total Weighted Pointes ? 100 ?

 

10.? BID SUBMISSIONS


Responses and inquiries to the RFP can be forwarded to:

Lisa Lahache
PR/Communications Officer
Tewatohnhi’saktha
P.O. Box 1110
Kahnawake, QC J0L1B0
Email: lisa.lahache@kedc.biz
Tel: (450)638-4280
Fax: (450)638-3276

11. DEADLINE


The RFP must be received by Tewatohnhi’saktha offices by mail or e-mail no later than:

Friday October 12, 2018, at 4:00 p.m.

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Request for Proposal (RFP) – Tourism and Accommodation Feasibility Study https://www.google.com//c86/tender/request-for-proposal-rfp-tourism-and-accommodation-feasibility-study Wed, 29 Aug 2018 16:37:45 +0000 /c86/?post_type=vl_tenders&p=343630 Request for Proposal (RFP) Tourism and Accommodation Feasibility Study CURVE LAKE FIRST NATION 22 WINOOKEEDAA ROAD CURVE LAKE, ONTARIO K0L 1R0 RFP Originally Issued: July 30, 2018 Request For Proposal: 161-07-2018   Addendum 1 of 1, distributed August 27, 2018. Q: Do you have any existing research or documentation pertaining to the Tourism & Accommodation […]

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Request for Proposal (RFP)
Tourism and Accommodation Feasibility Study

CURVE LAKE FIRST NATION
22 WINOOKEEDAA ROAD
CURVE LAKE, ONTARIO K0L 1R0

RFP Originally Issued: July 30, 2018
Request For Proposal: 161-07-2018

 

Addendum 1 of 1, distributed August 27, 2018.

Q: Do you have any existing research or documentation pertaining to the Tourism & Accommodation Feasibility Study other than the Economic Development Strategy?

A: This is the first time that our community has strongly considered tourism as an economic driver. We have not conducted any research in the past. The region surrounding the First Nation has a very healthy tourism sector. Regional reports and studies have been completed and will be available from our partners.

Q: Also, please could you advise if you have a budget in mind for the project?

A: We will not be providing a budget during the RFP process.

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Beautiful house For Sale in Tsuut*ina Nation in the housing development of Redwood Meadows https://www.google.com//c86/tender/beautiful-house-for-sale-in-tsuutina-nation-in-the-housing-development-of-redwood-meadows Tue, 07 Aug 2018 20:46:59 +0000 /c86/?post_type=vl_tenders&p=341189 Beautiful house For Sale in Tsuut*ina Nation in the housing development of Redwood Meadows. This home is a perfectly set-up for a First Nation small business owner that wants to be located on-reserve for taxation purposes as it combines a wonderful living space with a separate office area.? In addition to a spacious newly renovated […]

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Beautiful house For Sale in Tsuut*ina Nation
in the housing development of Redwood Meadows.

This home is a perfectly set-up for a First Nation small business owner that wants to be located on-reserve for taxation purposes as it combines a wonderful living space with a separate office area.? In addition to a spacious newly renovated kitchen, living room and family room, 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms, the home has a new roof and is freshly painted inside and out in 2016. It is located across the street from playgrounds, skating rink, skateboard park, tennis courts, basketball court, baseball and soccer fields and a community center.? Tsuut*ina owns a golf course in Redwood Meadows as well as many other amenities.? Financing is available from three major banks on this leasehold! Band membership is not required. Don*t miss out on this great opportunity.

See MLS? Number:?C4171277 on Realtor.ca for more pictures and information.? Book a showing now by calling Sharon Bayer at 403 554 8978 or email sharon@sharonbayer.com

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RFP – Tourism and Accommodation Feasibility Study https://www.google.com//c86/tender/rfp-tourism-and-accommodation-feasibility-study Fri, 03 Aug 2018 11:15:33 +0000 /c86/?post_type=vl_tenders&p=340883 REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL (RFP) Tourism and Accommodation Feasibility Study CURVE LAKE FIRST NATION 22 WINOOKEEDAA ROAD CURVE LAKE, ONTARIO K0L 1R0   SUMMARY AND BACKGROUND Curve Lake First Nation is currently accepting proposals for the development of a Tourism and Accommodation Feasibility Study. This is a new venture for the First Nation, therefore this will […]

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REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL (RFP)

Tourism and Accommodation Feasibility Study

CURVE LAKE FIRST NATION
22 WINOOKEEDAA ROAD
CURVE LAKE, ONTARIO K0L 1R0

 

  1. SUMMARY AND BACKGROUND

Curve Lake First Nation is currently accepting proposals for the development of a Tourism and Accommodation Feasibility Study. This is a new venture for the First Nation, therefore this will be the first study of its kind for the community. In an effort to share the stories and traditions of our people, generate new wealth, diversify the economy and create jobs, we are hoping to determine whether the development of the tourism assets, and the construction and operation of an inn, eco-lodge or small accommodation would benefit the First Nation.

The purpose of this Request for Proposal (RFP) is to solicit proposals from various individuals or organizations, conduct a fair and extensive evaluation based on criteria listed herein, and select the candidate who best represents the knowledge and experience needed to complete the task.

Curve Lake First Nation is located on a peninsula situated between Buckhorn Lake, Harrington Narrows and Chemong Lake. It is affiliated with the Union of Ontario Indians and is one of seven Williams Treaty First Nations.

The total registered population of Curve Lake First Nation is 2260. There are 777 members who live on reserve while 1483 live off of the reserve.

The Council is comprised of one (1) Chief and eight (8) Councilors.

First Nation operations are currently organized into five departments. These are Finance and Administration, Health and Family Services, Education, Economic Development and Public Works. Curve Lake First Nation employs approximately 80 full time employees and 25 short term contracts and casual staff.

Several Council committees have been established to assist the operating departments. These include Finance, Health & Family Services, Education, Economic Development, Public Works, Housing, Lands and employee Health and Safety. Additional Council Committees include, Gaming Revenue Fund, Claims, Petroglyphs, Pow Wow, Recreation, Rights and Resources and Youth Council.

Curve Lake First Nation delivers a number of essential and non-essential programs and services to both member and non-member residents of the community.

Though Curve Lake First Nation has used limited resources to promote tourism assets in the past, we understand the benefits that have been seen by businesses in the community surrounding the First Nation. Peterborough & the Kawarthas is widely recognized as a premier tourism destination in Ontario with a seasonal population increase of approximately 35,000. Tourism has been identified as a major economic driver in this area. With the Canada-wide increase in interest in Indigenous Tourism, we believe that we can capture and increase tourism spending in the region.

  1. PROPOSAL GUIDELINES

This Request for Proposal represents the requirements for an open and competitive process. Proposals will be accepted until 12 pm (noon) Friday August 31, 2018. Any proposals received after this date and time will be returned to the sender.

If the individual or organization submitting a proposal must outsource or contract any work to meet the requirements contained herein, this must be clearly stated in the proposal. Additionally, all costs included in proposals must be all-inclusive to include any outsourced or contracted work. Any proposals which call for outsourcing or contracting work must include a name and description of the organizations being contracted.

All costs must be itemized to include an explanation of all fees and costs.

Contract terms and conditions will be negotiated upon selection of the winning bidder for this RFP. All contractual terms and conditions may be subject to review by Curve Lake First Nation legal department and will include scope, budget, schedule, and other necessary items pertaining to the project.

Proposal Inquiries

All questions, requests for information, instructions or clarifications regarding any part of this proposal document must be set out in writing and directed to:

Katie Haddlesey, Economic Development Officer
22 Winookeedaa Road
Curve Lake First Nation, ON, K0L 1R0
705-657-8045 Ext. 227
KatieYH@curvelake.ca

All questions related to this Request for Proposal (RFP) or any clarification with respect to this RFP must be made no later than 3 Business Days prior to the closing date of this RFP in order that staff may have sufficient time to respond. Curve Lake reserves the right to extend the deadline for questions, if required, regarding this RFP.

Written answers or clarifications to issues of substance shall be shared with all Proponents and shall be issued as part of the RFP in the form of an Addendum. This proposal document and all addendum(s), if any, shall also be posted on the First Nation*s web-site.

Proposal Submissions and Closing Date

The closing date for proposals is set for Friday August 31, 2018 at noon. Only proposals that are mailed or emailed will be accepted. If packages are mailed, please send 3 copies of the proposal. Packages should be clearly marked Proposal for Tourism and Accommodation Feasibility Study.

Proposals should be submitted to the attention of:

Katie Haddlesey, Economic Development Officer
22 Winookeedaa Road
Curve Lake First Nation, ON, K0L 1R0
705-657-8045 Ext. 227
KatieYH@curvelake.ca

Download the Full RFP Details

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DND Food Quality Specification _Shortenings Fats and Oils https://www.google.com//c86/tender/dnd-food-quality-specification-_shortenings-fats-and-oils Mon, 30 Jul 2018 15:31:18 +0000 /c86/?post_type=vl_tenders&p=340335 Date closing??? 2019/04/01 14:00 Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) Details Reference number??? PW-$TOR-033-6501 Solicitation number??? E6TOR-13RM35/A Region of delivery Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, National Capital Region, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Northwest Territories, Nova Scotia, Nunavut, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, Saskatchewan, Yukon Notice type??? Letter of Interest (LOI)/Request for Information (RFI) GSIN N8920ZC: Groceries, Miscellaneous […]

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Date closing??? 2019/04/01 14:00 Eastern Daylight Time (EDT)

Details

Reference number??? PW-$TOR-033-6501

Solicitation number??? E6TOR-13RM35/A

Region of delivery
Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, National Capital Region, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Northwest Territories, Nova Scotia, Nunavut, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, Saskatchewan, Yukon

Notice type??? Letter of Interest (LOI)/Request for Information (RFI)

GSIN
N8920ZC: Groceries, Miscellaneous
N8945: Food Oils and Fats (replaced by gsin N8920ZC)

Trade agreement??? None

Tendering procedure??? All interested suppliers may submit a bid

Competitive procurement strategy??? N/A – P&A/LOI Only

Procurement entity??? Public Works and Government Services Canada

End user entity??? Public Works and Government Services Canada

Description

Trade Agreement: NONE
Tendering Procedures: All interested suppliers may submit a bid
Competitive Procurement Strategy: N/A – P&A/LOI Only
Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No
Nature of Requirements:

Food Quality Specification _Shortenings Fats and Oils
E6TOR-13RM35/A
Juan, Peggy
Telephone No. – 905-615-2033
Email – peggy.juan@pwgsc-tpsgc.gc.ca

Amendment No. 7 updates the food quality specification and extends the closing date.

Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) is publishing the Food Quality Specifications for Shortenings Fats and Oils.

PSPC or any department may reference the attached document in solicitations when it is determined by the client/user federal department that the requirement should include the attached specification.

The specification has been written by DND based on their operational needs, however, this specification may also be used by other federal departments.

This is not a bid solicitation. This notice will not result in the awarding of any contract/Standing Offer/Supply Arrangement, nor will it result in the creation of any source list. As well, the fact of not responding to this Letter of Interest will not preclude a supplier to participate in the subsequent procurement process.

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.

Access and terms of use

Government of Canada (GC) tender notices and awards, solicitation documents and tender attachments are available free of charge and without registration on Buyandsell.gc.ca/tenders, the authoritative location for GC tenders.

You may have received this tender notice or award through a third-party distributor. The Government of Canada is not responsible for any tender notices and/or related documents and attachments not accessed directly through Buyandsell.gc.ca/tenders.

This Government of Canada tender notice or tender award carries an Open Government Licence – Canada that governs its use. Related solicitation documents and/or tender attachments are copyright protected. Please refer to the section about Commercial Reproduction in the Buyandsell.gc.ca Terms and Conditions for more information.

Solicitation Documents

ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6501.EBSU000.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6501.EBSU000.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6501.EBSU001.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6501.EBSU001.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6501.EBSU002.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6501.EBSU002.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6501.EBSU003.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6501.EBSU003.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6501.EBSU004.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6501.EBSU004.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6501.EBSU005.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6501.EBSU005.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6501.EBSU006.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6501.EBSU006.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6501.EBSU007.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6501.EBSU007.PDF French

Contact Information

Contact name??? Juan, Peggy
Contact email??? peggy.juan@pwgsc-tpsgc.gc.ca
Contact phone??? (905) 615-2033 ( )
Contact fax??? ( ) –
Contact address

Ontario Region
33 City Centre Drive
Suite 480
Mississauga
Ontario
L5B 2N5

For More Information: buyandsell

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DND Food Quality Specification _Sugars and Preserves https://www.google.com//c86/tender/dnd-food-quality-specification-_sugars-and-preserves Mon, 30 Jul 2018 15:20:13 +0000 /c86/?post_type=vl_tenders&p=340334 Date closing??? 2019/04/01 14:00 Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) Details Reference number??? PW-$TOR-033-6500 Solicitation number??? E6TOR-13RM36/A Region of delivery Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, National Capital Region, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Northwest Territories, Nova Scotia, Nunavut, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, Saskatchewan, Yukon Notice type??? Letter of Interest (LOI)/Request for Information (RFI) GSIN??? N8920ZC: Groceries, Miscellaneous […]

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Date closing??? 2019/04/01 14:00 Eastern Daylight Time (EDT)

Details

Reference number??? PW-$TOR-033-6500

Solicitation number??? E6TOR-13RM36/A

Region of delivery
Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, National Capital Region, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Northwest Territories, Nova Scotia, Nunavut, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, Saskatchewan, Yukon

Notice type??? Letter of Interest (LOI)/Request for Information (RFI)

GSIN??? N8920ZC: Groceries, Miscellaneous

Trade agreement??? None

Tendering procedure??? All interested suppliers may submit a bid

Competitive procurement strategy??? N/A – P&A/LOI Only

Procurement entity??? Public Works and Government Services Canada

End user entity??? Public Works and Government Services Canada

Description

Trade Agreement: NONE
Tendering Procedures: All interested suppliers may submit a bid
Competitive Procurement Strategy: N/A – P&A/LOI Only
Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No
Nature of Requirements:

Food Quality Specification _Sugar and Preserves
E6TOR-13RM36/A
Juan, Peggy
Telephone No. – 905-615-2033
Email – peggy.juan@pwgsc-tpsgc.gc.ca

Amendment No. 7 updates the food quality specification and extends the closing date.

Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) is publishing the Food Quality Specifications for Sugar and Preserves.

PSPC or any department may reference the attached document in solicitations when it is determined by the client/user federal department that the requirement should include the attached specification.

The specification has been written by DND based on their operational needs, however, this specification may also be used by other federal departments.

This is not a bid solicitation. This notice will not result in the awarding of any contract/Standing Offer/Supply Arrangement, nor will it result in the creation of any source list. As well, the fact of not responding to this Letter of Interest will not preclude a supplier to participate in the subsequent procurement process.

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.

Access and terms of use

Government of Canada (GC) tender notices and awards, solicitation documents and tender attachments are available free of charge and without registration on Buyandsell.gc.ca/tenders, the authoritative location for GC tenders.

You may have received this tender notice or award through a third-party distributor. The Government of Canada is not responsible for any tender notices and/or related documents and attachments not accessed directly through Buyandsell.gc.ca/tenders.

This Government of Canada tender notice or tender award carries an Open Government Licence – Canada that governs its use. Related solicitation documents and/or tender attachments are copyright protected. Please refer to the section about Commercial Reproduction in the Buyandsell.gc.ca Terms and Conditions for more information.

Solicitation Documents

ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6500.EBSU000.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6500.EBSU000.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6500.EBSU001.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6500.EBSU001.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6500.EBSU002.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6500.EBSU002.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6500.EBSU003.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6500.EBSU003.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6500.EBSU004.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6500.EBSU004.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6500.EBSU005.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6500.EBSU005.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6500.EBSU006.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6500.EBSU006.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6500.EBSU007.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6500.EBSU007.PDF French

Contact Information

Contact name?? Juan, Peggy
Contact email?? peggy.juan@pwgsc-tpsgc.gc.ca
Contact phone?? (905) 615-2033 ( )
Contact fax?? (905) 615-2023
Contact address

Ontario Region
33 City Centre Drive
Suite 480
Mississauga
Ontario
L5B 2N5

For More Information: buyandsell

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DND Food Quality Specification _Veal https://www.google.com//c86/tender/dnd-food-quality-specification-_veal Mon, 30 Jul 2018 15:10:50 +0000 /c86/?post_type=vl_tenders&p=340333 Date closing??? 2019/04/01 14:00 Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) Details Reference number??? PW-$TOR-033-6499 Solicitation number??? E6TOR-13RM37/A Region of delivery Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, National Capital Region, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Northwest Territories, Nova Scotia, Nunavut, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, Saskatchewan, Yukon Notice type??? Letter of Interest (LOI)/Request for Information (RFI) GSIN N8905: Meat, Poultry […]

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Date closing??? 2019/04/01 14:00 Eastern Daylight Time (EDT)

Details

Reference number??? PW-$TOR-033-6499

Solicitation number??? E6TOR-13RM37/A

Region of delivery
Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, National Capital Region, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Northwest Territories, Nova Scotia, Nunavut, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, Saskatchewan, Yukon

Notice type??? Letter of Interest (LOI)/Request for Information (RFI)

GSIN
N8905: Meat, Poultry and Fish (replaced by gsin N8905Z)
N8905Z: Meat, Poultry and Fish

Trade agreement??? None

Tendering procedure??? All interested suppliers may submit a bid

Competitive procurement strategy??? N/A – P&A/LOI Only

Procurement entity??? Public Works and Government Services Canada

End user entity??? Public Works and Government Services Canada

Description

Trade Agreement: NONE
Tendering Procedures: All interested suppliers may submit a bid
Competitive Procurement Strategy: N/A – P&A/LOI Only
Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No
Nature of Requirements:

Food Quality Specification _Veal
E6TOR-13RM37/A
Juan, Peggy
Telephone No. – 905-615-2033
Email – peggy.juan@pwgsc-tpsgc.gc.ca

Amendment No. 5 updates the food quality specification and extends the closing date.

Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) is publishing the Food Quality Specifications for Veal.

PSPC or any department may reference the attached document in solicitations when it is determined by the client/user federal department that the requirement should include the attached specification.

The specification has been written by DND based on their operational needs, however, this specification may also be used by other federal departments.

This is not a bid solicitation. This notice will not result in the awarding of any contract/Standing Offer/Supply Arrangement, nor will it result in the creation of any source list. As well, the fact of not responding to this Letter of Interest will not preclude a supplier to participate in the subsequent procurement process.

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.

Access and terms of use

Government of Canada (GC) tender notices and awards, solicitation documents and tender attachments are available free of charge and without registration on Buyandsell.gc.ca/tenders, the authoritative location for GC tenders.

You may have received this tender notice or award through a third-party distributor. The Government of Canada is not responsible for any tender notices and/or related documents and attachments not accessed directly through Buyandsell.gc.ca/tenders.

This Government of Canada tender notice or tender award carries an Open Government Licence – Canada that governs its use. Related solicitation documents and/or tender attachments are copyright protected. Please refer to the section about Commercial Reproduction in the Buyandsell.gc.ca Terms and Conditions for more information.

Access and terms of use

Government of Canada (GC) tender notices and awards, solicitation documents and tender attachments are available free of charge and without registration on Buyandsell.gc.ca/tenders, the authoritative location for GC tenders.

You may have received this tender notice or award through a third-party distributor. The Government of Canada is not responsible for any tender notices and/or related documents and attachments not accessed directly through Buyandsell.gc.ca/tenders.

This Government of Canada tender notice or tender award carries an Open Government Licence – Canada that governs its use. Related solicitation documents and/or tender attachments are copyright protected. Please refer to the section about Commercial Reproduction in the Buyandsell.gc.ca Terms and Conditions for more information.

Solicitation Documents

ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6499.EBSU000.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6499.EBSU000.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6499.EBSU001.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6499.EBSU001.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6499.EBSU002.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6499.EBSU002.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6499.EBSU003.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6499.EBSU003.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6499.EBSU004.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6499.EBSU004.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6499.EBSU005.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6499.EBSU005.PDF French

Contact Information

Contact name??? Juan, Peggy
Contact email??? peggy.juan@pwgsc-tpsgc.gc.ca
Contact phone??? (905) 615-2033 ( )
Contact fax??? ( ) –
Contact address

Ontario Region
33 City Centre Drive
Suite 480
Mississauga
Ontario
L5B 2N5

For More Information: buyandsell

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RFSA -Exhibit Design – Parks Canada – National https://www.google.com//c86/tender/rfsa-exhibit-design-parks-canada-national-3 Mon, 30 Jul 2018 14:49:30 +0000 /c86/?post_type=vl_tenders&p=340330 Date closing??? 2018/10/01 14:00 Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) Details Reference number??? PW-14-00618952 Solicitation number??? 5P306-7797326 Region of opportunity??? Canada Region of delivery??? Canada Notice type??? Request for Supply Arrangement (RFSA) GSIN T002AA: Fabrication of Exhibits T002AB: Custom Exhibit Fabrication T002AJ: Graphic Design and Exhibit Design Trade agreement World Trade Organization-Agreement on Government Procurement (WTO-AGP) Tendering […]

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Date closing??? 2018/10/01 14:00 Eastern Daylight Time (EDT)

Details

Reference number??? PW-14-00618952

Solicitation number??? 5P306-7797326

Region of opportunity??? Canada

Region of delivery??? Canada

Notice type??? Request for Supply Arrangement (RFSA)

GSIN
T002AA: Fabrication of Exhibits
T002AB: Custom Exhibit Fabrication
T002AJ: Graphic Design and Exhibit Design

Trade agreement

World Trade Organization-Agreement on Government Procurement (WTO-AGP)

Tendering procedure??? Open

Procurement entity??? Parks Canada

End user entity??? Parks Canada

Description

Request for Supply Arrangement, Parks Canada Agency Exhibit Design.

The RFSA is hereby extended until October 1, 2018. All vendors currently qualified are not required to resubmit the RFSA for the extension period. Please note however that this RFSA is now a Request for Supply Arrangement Parks Canada Agency Nationally and may now be used to satisfy requirements across Canada. All vendors currently qualified under either category will be considered regardless of the region. If you are unable to provide services in any particular region please provide details to the Contracting Authority identified in the RFSA documents.

Request for Supply Arrangement (SA). The Parks Canada Agency (PCA) requires the services of Contractors capable of providing PCA Field Units and Historic Sites with turnkey creative design, fabrication, communication and marketing services, and fabrication and installation services for those projects where the design has been completed on an as and when requested basis. The principle focus will be the design, fabrication and installation of both traditional and multimedia exhibits (interior and exterior) targeted to existing and new audiences National Historic Sites located through-out Eastern Canada.

The Contractors will be invited to provide quote on specific requirements valued up to $2,000,000.00.

Further details can be found in Annex ※A§ 每 Supply Arrangement Information and Call-up Procedures.

Details of knowledge and experience are described in the Evaluation Criteria and Scope of Work included herein.

Outline of the Supply Arrangement Process

Request for Supply Arrangements will permit the expeditious processing of contracts for Exhibit Design, suppliers, who are issued a Supply Arrangement, will have agreed to all applicable terms and conditions as well as applicable specifications (see ANNEX ※A§) in advance of any contract award. Furthermore, the suppliers have been qualified on their meeting mandatory requirements.
A Request for Supply Arrangement is not a contract. The Parks Canada Agency is under no obligation to solicit any proposals through the Request for Supply Arrangement. Any level(s) of effort specified herein is an approximation of requirements given in good faith.

Two Phase Procurement Process

It is Canada’s intention, by issuance of this Request for Supply Arrangement (RFSA) over the
Government Electronic Tendering Service Buy and Sell, to establish/maintain a List of Qualified Suppliers for Exhibit Design, Fabrication and Installation. Qualification will be based entirely on meeting the mandatory requirements of this RFSA.

Phase 1: is the action of soliciting offers from suppliers of Exhibit Design from which
Canada intends to establish Request for Supply Arrangements with those Contractors whose offer meets all the mandatory requirements of this RFSA.

Phase 2: is the action of soliciting proposals from suppliers, qualified through the Phase 1 activity, for requirements identified on an as-and-when-requested basis by Parks Canada. Any contracts that arise from the Phase 2 activity must satisfy the requirements of the solicitation. To solicit proposals for a particular requirement, Parks Canada will issue a Request for Proposal (RFP) (9400-3) to suppliers from the List of Qualified Suppliers for Exhibit Design. Suppliers must submit their proposals according to the instructions in each RFP. The proposals will be evaluated by Canada according to the method stated in the RFP. The successful bidder will be awarded a contract (pwgsc-tpsgc 9170). Each contract awarded will incorporate by reference, all the terms and conditions set out in the Supply Arrangement.

This Request for Supply Arrangements does not commit The Parks Canada Agency to authorize the utilization of a Supply Arrangement.

Access and terms of use

Government of Canada (GC) tender notices and awards, solicitation documents and tender attachments are available free of charge and without registration on Buyandsell.gc.ca/tenders, the authoritative location for GC tenders.

You may have received this tender notice or award through a third-party distributor. The Government of Canada is not responsible for any tender notices and/or related documents and attachments not accessed directly through Buyandsell.gc.ca/tenders.

This Government of Canada tender notice or tender award carries an Open Government Licence – Canada that governs its use. Related solicitation documents and/or tender attachments are copyright protected. Please refer to the section about Commercial Reproduction in the Buyandsell.gc.ca Terms and Conditions for more information.

Solicitation Documents

2014-2016_request_for_supply_arrangement_exhibits_2012_-_2013_french.pdf French
2014-2016_request_for_supply_arrangement_interpretive_exhibit_writing_english.pdf English
2014-2016_request_for_supply_arrangement_exhibits_2012_-_2013_english.pdf English
2014-2016_request_for_supply_arrangement_exhibits_2012_-_2013_french.pdf French
2014-2016_request_for_supply_arrangement_exhibits_english_amended_2.pdf English
2014-2016_request_for_supply_arrangement_exhibits_french_amended_2.pdf French
2014-2016_-_dama_-5p306-7797326_-_french.pdf French
2014-2016_rfsa_exhibit_design_-_english.pdf English
2014-2016_request_for_supply_arrangement_exhibits_2014_-_2016_english_new.pdf English
2014-2016_request_for_supply_arrangement_exhibits_2014_-_2016_french_nouveau.pdf French
2016_dama_exhibitions_francais.pdf French
2016_request_for_supply_arrangement_exhibits.pdf English
october_2016_request_for_supply_arrangement_exhibits.pdf English
octobre_2016_dama_exhibitions_francais.pdf French
april_2017_rfsa_exhibits.pdf English
avril_2017_dama_exhibitions.pdf French
juin_2017_dama_exhibitions.pdf English
june_2017_rfsa_exhibits.pdf French
sept_2017_dama_exhibitions.pdf French
sept_2017_rfsa_exhibits.pdf English
sept_2018_dama_exhibitions.pdf French
sept_2018_rfsa_exhibits.pdf English

Contact Information

Contact name?? Kalp, Lynn
Contact phone?? 613-938-5803
Contact fax?? 866-246-6893
Contact address

111 Water Street East
Cornwall ON
K6H 6S3
CA

For More Information: buyandsell

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Request for Proposal – Development of Compensation Strategy Tools for Sustainability https://www.google.com//c86/tender/request-for-proposal-development-of-compensation-strategy-tools-for-sustainability Fri, 27 Jul 2018 17:45:54 +0000 /c86/?post_type=vl_tenders&p=340167 Request for Proposal (RFP) Development of Compensation Strategy Tools for Sustainability CURVE LAKE FIRST NATION 22 WINOOKEEDAA ROAD CURVE LAKE, ONTARIO K0L 1R0 Issued: July 27, 2018 Request For Proposal: 161-06-2018 1. SUMMARY AND BACKGROUND Curve Lake First Nation (CLFN) is seeking proposals from qualified consultants to develop and design essential tools to aid Administration […]

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Request for Proposal (RFP)
Development of Compensation Strategy Tools for Sustainability

CURVE LAKE FIRST NATION
22 WINOOKEEDAA ROAD
CURVE LAKE, ONTARIO K0L 1R0

Issued: July 27, 2018
Request For Proposal: 161-06-2018

1. SUMMARY AND BACKGROUND

Curve Lake First Nation (CLFN) is seeking proposals from qualified consultants to develop and design essential tools to aid Administration with sustainably managing and implementing its organization wide compensation strategy. Additionally, CLFN would like to ensure that its compensation strategy and salary grid complies with new legislation.

The purpose of this Request for Proposal (RFP) is to solicit proposals from specific individuals or firms, conduct a fair and extensive evaluation based on criteria listed herein, and select the Proposal that best represents the knowledge and experience needed to complete the task.

The total registered population of Curve Lake First Nation is 2314. There are 952 members who live on reserve while 1362 live off of the reserve.

The Council is comprised of one (1) Chief and eight (8) Councilors.

First Nation operations are currently organized into five departments. These are Administration and Finance, Health and Family Services, Education, Economic Development and Public Works. Curve Lake First Nation employs approximately 80 full time employees and 25 short term contracts and casual staff.

Several Council committees have been established to assist the operating departments. These include Finance, Health & Family Services, Education, Economic Development, Public Works, Housing, Lands and employee Health and Safety. Additional Council Committees include, Gaming Revenue Fund, Claims, Petroglyphs, Pow Wow, Recreation, Rights and Resources and Youth Council.

Curve Lake First Nation delivers a number of essential and non-essential programs and services to both member and non-member residents of the community.

In 2010/11 Curve Lake First Nation commissioned a comprehensive review of its organization. Among the 78 recommendations put forth included the development of an organizational wide compensation strategy.

In 2015/16, a Framework Design for the Implementation of the Organization*s Compensation Strategy was developed by an independent consultant that clearly provided direction on options for implementation. Specifically, this included:

  1. Identifying key components of the Compensation Strategy
    1. Direct Compensation (Salaries)
    2. Indirect Compensation (Pension Plan, Group Insurance Benefits and Paid Leave)
    3. Non-Financial Compensation (Job Descriptions, Training and Development and Unpaid Leave of Absence)
  2. Providing Options to finance incremental costs
    1. Implement cost efficiencies within existing budgets
    2. Redirect eligible program expenditures to alternate funding sources
    3. Seek funding increases for salaries and benefits
    4. Dedicate indexing to compensation increases
    5. Apply to the Gaming Revenue Fund
  3. Providing Options to implement the Strategy
      1. Implement 100% in 2016/17
      2. Phase implementation over 2 years
      3. Defer salary increases until cost efficiencies are verified
  4. Providing recommendations on process of implementation
  5. Providing recommendations to monitor the strategy

CLFN*s compensation strategy was implemented in two phases: 66% in fiscal year 2016/17 and 34% in 2017/18.

While much progress has been made with respect to the Strategy, Administration is lacking the tools and instructions needed to manage, update and consistently apply compensation elements. Specifically, enhancements are needed in the areas of:

  1. Instructions to use and maintain the salary grid
  2. Monitoring the Strategy
  3. Methods to track changes to costs
  4. Verification of legal compliance

2. PROPOSAL GUIDELINES

This Request for Proposal represents the requirements for an open and competitive process. Proposals will be accepted until 12 pm (noon) Friday August 17, 2018. Any proposals received after this date and time will be returned to the sender.

If the firm or organization submitting a proposal must outsource or contract any work to meet the requirements contained herein, this must be clearly stated in the proposal. Additionally, all costs included in proposals must be all-inclusive to include any outsourced or contracted work. Any proposals which call for outsourcing or contracting work must include a name and description of the organizations being contracted.

All costs must be itemized to include an explanation of all fees and costs.

Contract terms and conditions will be negotiated upon selection of the winning bidder for this RFP. All contractual terms and conditions may be subject to review by Curve Lake First Nation legal department and will include scope, budget, schedule, and other necessary items pertaining to the project.

Proposal Inquiries

All questions, requests for information, instructions or clarifications regarding any part of this RFP must be set out in writing and directed to:

Abigail McCue, A/General Manager
22 Winookeedaa Street
Curve Lake First Nation, ON, K0L 1R0
705-657-8045
AbigailM@curvelake.ca

All questions related to this RFP or any clarification with respect to this RFP must be made no later than 3 Business Days prior to the closing date of this RFP in order that staff may have sufficient time to respond. Curve Lake reserves the right to extend the deadline for questions, if required, regarding this RFP.

Written answers or clarifications to issues of substance shall be shared with all Proponents and shall be issued as part of the RFP in the form of an Addendum. This RFP and all addendum(s), if any, shall also be posted on Curve Lake*s website.

Submissions and Closing Date

The closing date for proposals is set for Friday August 17, 2018 at noon. Only proposals that are mailed or emailed will be accepted. If packages are mailed, please send 3 copies of the Proposal. Packages should be clearly marked ※Proposal§ for Development of Compensation Strategy Tools for Sustainability.

Proposals should be submitted to the attention of:

Abigail McCue, A/General Manager
22 Winookeedaa Street
Curve Lake First Nation, ON, K0L 1R0
705-657-8045
AbigailM@curvelake.ca

Download the full RFP

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RFP – Anishinabek Nation 每 Development of Long Term Strategic Plan https://www.google.com//c86/tender/rfp-anishinabek-nation-development-of-long-term-strategic-plan Thu, 26 Jul 2018 17:28:16 +0000 /c86/?post_type=vl_tenders&p=340088 REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS ANISHINABEK NATION (UNION OF ONTARIO INDIANS) ANISHINABEK NATION 每 DEVELOPMENT OF LONG TERM STRATEGIC PLAN PURPOSE The Anishinabek Nation entered into self-government negotiations with Canada in the areas of education and governance. The Anishinabek Nation Education Agreement was ratified in 2016 and in 2017. The Anishinabek Nation Governance Agreement is nearing completion. […]

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REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

ANISHINABEK NATION (UNION OF ONTARIO INDIANS)

ANISHINABEK NATION 每 DEVELOPMENT OF LONG TERM STRATEGIC PLAN

PURPOSE

The Anishinabek Nation entered into self-government negotiations with Canada in the areas of education and governance. The Anishinabek Nation Education Agreement was ratified in 2016 and in 2017. The Anishinabek Nation Governance Agreement is nearing completion. An important part of any new self-government arrangement is the development of a long term strategic plan.

The purpose of this project is to work with a representative sample of our member First Nations of the Anishinabek Nation to help develop a long term strategic plan and vision that establishes realistic and measurable targets for improvements in the quality of life for the community members in education, housing, health, employment and economic participation rates and required public works community infrastructure.

It is expected that interested firms or consultants will set out a methodology for selecting the representative sample of First Nation communities from each of the four geographic regions, including the rationale, anticipated costs, to establish realistic and measurable targets in the areas noted above. It is anticipated that this work will take into consideration a review of any existing research and data that might provide more insight into the current socio-economic demographics of the member First Nations of the Anishinabek Nation, either individually or collectively. To this end, there are a number of research reports that were commissioned by the Anishinabek Nation that could be made available for prospective consultants.

CORPORATE OVERVIEW

The Anishinabek Nation established the Union of Ontario Indians (UOI) as its secretariat in 1949. The Anishinabek Nation – UOI is a political advocate for 40 member communities across Ontario, representing approximately 65,000 First Nation citizens. The Anishinabek Nation – UOI is one of Canada*s leading First Nation organizations and employs 75 staff members.

SCOPE OF WORK

Working in conjunction with the member First Nations and Leadership of the Anishinabek Nation, staff of the Anishinabek Nation – Union of Ontario Indians, the Governance negotiators, the consultant will:

  1. Review and analyze all relevant research and data on the current socio-economic demographics of the member First Nations of the Anishinabek Nation, including the 2018 and 2003 Anishinabek Nation Socio-Economic Demographic studies, the Human Resources Needs Assessment study, the AN Revenue Generation study, the 2012 AN Comprehensive Self-Government conference report, the 2017 AN Self-Determination Gathering report, any relevant AN Grand Council resolutions (mandates) and any other relevant research that could help guide the development of the strategic plan, and in order to develop a greater understanding of the current socio-economic challenges facing the member First Nations of the Anishinabek Nation;
  2. Working in consultation with the member First Nations of the Anishinabek Nation and their citizens, establish realistic and measurable targets for a twenty-five (25) year strategic plan for improving the lives of the community members of the First Nations of the Anishinabek Nations;
  3. To attend, present and discuss at an initial meeting in North Bay on Monday, August 27th, 2018 the proposed methodology, including a critical path, to complete sections (1) and (2) above;
  4. To provide an interim written summary report of the research work noted at section (1) above at a meeting with representatives of the Anishinabek Nation at North Bay at a date to be determined;
  5. To attend and present an interim written summary progress report of the work noted at section (2) above at a meeting with representatives of the Anishinabek Nation at North Bay at a date to be determined;

FINANCIAL CONSIDERATIONS

Proposal should include the proposed cost to complete the project, including any travel related costs and any disbursements, and key personnel involved in the project.

Any additional costs may be negotiated prior to finalizing the contract.

PROPOSAL REQUIREMENTS

Each interested consultant must submit an electronic copy in PDF format of their proposal, including their proposed methodology, work plan and timelines for completing the project, any relevant experience, and identify three (3) references.

SUBMISSION PROCEDURE AND DEADLINE

Only complete proposals received by Friday, August 24, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. will be considered.

PLEASE NOTE: The project completion deadline is Friday, March 1, 2019.

Please address submissions to:
Anishinabek Nation (Union of Ontario Indians)
P.O. Box 711
North Bay, ON? P1B 8J8

Attention: Director of Corporate Services

Packages must be clearly marked: ※RFP: ANISHINABEK NATION

DEVELOPMENT OF LONG TERM STRATEGIC PLAN§

ENQUIRIES

All enquiries about this request for proposal should be directed to:

Lisa Restoule, Governance Administrative Assistant Telephone: (705) 497-9127 / 1-877-702-5200, ext. 2341 Email: lisa.restoule@anishinabek.ca

To learn more about the Anishinabek Nation (Union of Ontario Indians), please visit our website at www.anishinabek.ca

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Supply of Doc1369743749 – Supply of 15 kV Medium Voltage Metal -Clad Switchgear https://www.google.com//c86/tender/supply-of-doc1369743749-supply-of-15-kv-medium-voltage-metal-clad-switchgear Wed, 25 Jul 2018 16:37:12 +0000 /c86/?post_type=vl_tenders&p=339909 Title of RFP: Supply of Doc1369743749 – Supply of 15 kV Medium Voltage Metal -Clad Switchgear Sector: Private Sector Type:? RFP Region: ON Closing Date and Time: Wednesday, August 22, 2018 , 1:00 PM ; Brief Description:?This RFP is for Supply of 15 kV Medium Voltage Metal-Clad Switchgear. Buyer Name: Tanya Chigireva Buyer Email: tanya.chigireva@inergi.ca […]

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Title of RFP: Supply of Doc1369743749 – Supply of 15 kV Medium Voltage Metal -Clad Switchgear

  • Sector: Private Sector
  • Type:? RFP
  • Region: ON
  • Closing Date and Time: Wednesday, August 22, 2018 , 1:00 PM ;
  • Brief Description:?This RFP is for Supply of 15 kV Medium Voltage Metal-Clad Switchgear.
  • Buyer Name: Tanya Chigireva
  • Buyer Email: tanya.chigireva@inergi.ca
  • If you are interested in participating in this RFP, please follow the instructions below:

As of January 22, 2018, in order to participate in Hydro One sourcing events and to do business with Hydro One, you must be registered in the SAP Ariba Network.

If you are already registered, please send the Buyer an email with your contact details and they will send you an invitation to participate in this RFP.? If you are not registered, please send an email to SupplierContact@HydroOne.com requesting a registration invitation.

For step-by-step instructions on registration, responding to a Hydro One sourcing event and using DocuSign, please refer to the supplier section on the Hydro One website: https://www.hydroone.com/about/suppliers.?

Should you have any questions or are experiencing any issues, please contact?SupplierContact@HydroOne.com?or visit the Ariba SAP help?center by following this link:?https://support.ariba.com/help.?

Once you have submitted the Supplier Profile Questionnaire, please advise the Buyer so they follow through with the registration approval.?Upon approval, you will be invited to participate in this RFP event.

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Supply, Installation and Commissioning of HVAC System https://www.google.com//c86/tender/supply-installation-and-commissioning-of-hvac-system Wed, 04 Jul 2018 15:26:29 +0000 /c86/?post_type=vl_tenders&p=337917 Title of RFP: Supply, Installation and Commissioning of HVAC System Sector: Private Sector Type:? RFP Region: ON Closing Date and Time: July 20, 2018 @ 15:00:00 Hrs Brief Description:?This RFP is for supply, installation and commissioning of HVAC System in three buildings at Detweiler TS. In general, all mechanical work (HVAC units, AC controllers, Heaters,etc.) […]

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  • Title of RFP: Supply, Installation and Commissioning of HVAC System
  • Sector: Private Sector
  • Type:? RFP
  • Region: ON
  • Closing Date and Time: July 20, 2018 @ 15:00:00 Hrs
  • Brief Description:?This RFP is for supply, installation and commissioning of HVAC System in three buildings at Detweiler TS.

In general, all mechanical work (HVAC units, AC controllers, Heaters,etc.) will be supplied and installed by Contractor. Hydro One will perform all civil work. Commissioning will be done by contractor.

  • Buyer Name: Maryanne Khan
  • Buyer Email: Maryanne.Khan@inergi.ca
  • If you are interested in participating in this RFP, please follow the instructions below:

As of January 22, 2018, in order to participate in Hydro One sourcing events and to do business with Hydro One, you must be registered in the SAP Ariba Network.

If you are already registered, please send the Buyer an email with your contact details and they will send you an invitation to participate in this RFP.? If you are not registered, please send an email to SupplierContact@HydroOne.com requesting a registration invitation.

For step-by-step instructions on registration, responding to a Hydro One sourcing event and using DocuSign, please refer to the supplier section on the Hydro One website: https://www.hydroone.com/about/suppliers.?

Should you have any questions or are experiencing any issues, please contact?SupplierContact@HydroOne.com?or visit the Ariba SAP help?center by following this link:?https://support.ariba.com/help.?

Once you have submitted the Supplier Profile Questionnaire, please advise the Buyer so they follow through with the registration approval.?Upon approval, you will be invited to participate in this RFP event.

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DND Food Quality Specification _Beef https://www.google.com//c86/tender/dnd-food-quality-specification-_beef Tue, 26 Jun 2018 17:10:57 +0000 /c86/?post_type=vl_tenders&p=337211 Date closing??? 2019/04/01 14:00 Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) Details Reference number??? PW-$TOR-033-6530 Solicitation number??? E6TOR-13RM06/A Region of delivery Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, National Capital Region, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Northwest Territories, Nova Scotia, Nunavut, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, Saskatchewan, Yukon Notice type??? Letter of Interest (LOI)/Request for Information (RFI) GSIN N8905: Meat, Poultry […]

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Date closing??? 2019/04/01 14:00 Eastern Daylight Time (EDT)

Details

Reference number??? PW-$TOR-033-6530

Solicitation number??? E6TOR-13RM06/A

Region of delivery
Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, National Capital Region, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Northwest Territories, Nova Scotia, Nunavut, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, Saskatchewan, Yukon

Notice type??? Letter of Interest (LOI)/Request for Information (RFI)

GSIN

N8905: Meat, Poultry and Fish (replaced by gsin N8905Z)
N8905Z: Meat, Poultry and Fish

Trade agreement??? None

Tendering procedure??? All interested suppliers may submit a bid

Competitive procurement strategy??? N/A – P&A/LOI Only

Procurement entity??? Public Works and Government Services Canada

End user entity??? Public Works and Government Services Canada

Description

Trade Agreement: NONE
Tendering Procedures: All interested suppliers may submit a bid
Competitive Procurement Strategy: N/A – P&A/LOI Only
Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No
Nature of Requirements:

Food Quality Specification _Beef
E6TOR-13RM06/A
Juan, Peggy
Telephone No. – 905-615-2033
Email – peggy.juan@pwgsc-tpsgc.gc.ca

Amendment No. 6 updates the food quality specification and extends the closing date.

Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) is publishing the Food Quality Specifications for Beef.

PSPC or any department may reference the attached document in solicitations when it is determined by the client/user federal department that the requirement should include the attached specification.

The specification has been written by DND based on their operational needs, however, this specification may also be used by other federal departments.

This is not a bid solicitation. This notice will not result in the awarding of any contract/Standing Offer/Supply Arrangement, nor will it result in the creation of any source list. As well, the fact of not responding to this Letter of Interest will not preclude a supplier to participate in the subsequent procurement process.

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.

Access and terms of use

Government of Canada (GC) tender notices and awards, solicitation documents and tender attachments are available free of charge and without registration on Buyandsell.gc.ca/tenders, the authoritative location for GC tenders.

You may have received this tender notice or award through a third-party distributor. The Government of Canada is not responsible for any tender notices and/or related documents and attachments not accessed directly through Buyandsell.gc.ca/tenders.

This Government of Canada tender notice or tender award carries an Open Government Licence – Canada that governs its use. Related solicitation documents and/or tender attachments are copyright protected. Please refer to the section about Commercial Reproduction in the Buyandsell.gc.ca Terms and Conditions for more information.

Solicitation Documents

ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6530.EBSU000.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6530.EBSU000.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6530.EBSU001.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6530.EBSU001.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6530.EBSU002.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6530.EBSU002.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6530.EBSU003.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6530.EBSU003.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6530.EBSU004.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6530.EBSU004.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6530.EBSU005.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6530.EBSU005.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6530.EBSU006.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6530.EBSU006.PDF French

Contact Information

Contact name??? Juan, Peggy
Contact email??? peggy.juan@pwgsc-tpsgc.gc.ca
Contact phone??? (905) 615-2033 ( )
Contact fax??? ( ) –
Contact address

Ontario Region
33 City Centre Drive
Suite 480
Mississauga
Ontario
L5B 2N5

For more information: buyandsell

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DND Food Quality Specification _Butter and Margarine https://www.google.com//c86/tender/dnd-food-quality-specification-_butter-and-margarine Tue, 26 Jun 2018 17:02:15 +0000 /c86/?post_type=vl_tenders&p=337209 Date closing??? 2019/04/01 14:00 Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) Details Reference number??? PW-$TOR-033-6528 Solicitation number??? E6TOR-13RM08/A Region of delivery Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, National Capital Region, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Northwest Territories, Nova Scotia, Nunavut, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, Saskatchewan, Yukon Notice type??? Letter of Interest (LOI)/Request for Information (RFI) GSIN??? N8910Z: Dairy Trade […]

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Date closing??? 2019/04/01 14:00 Eastern Daylight Time (EDT)

Details

Reference number??? PW-$TOR-033-6528

Solicitation number??? E6TOR-13RM08/A
Region of delivery
Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, National Capital Region, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Northwest Territories, Nova Scotia, Nunavut, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, Saskatchewan, Yukon

Notice type??? Letter of Interest (LOI)/Request for Information (RFI)

GSIN??? N8910Z: Dairy

Trade agreement??? None

Tendering procedure??? All interested suppliers may submit a bid

Competitive procurement strategy??? N/A – P&A/LOI Only

Procurement entity??? Public Works and Government Services Canada

End user entity??? Public Works and Government Services Canada

Description

Trade Agreement: NONE
Tendering Procedures: All interested suppliers may submit a bid
Competitive Procurement Strategy: N/A – P&A/LOI Only
Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No
Nature of Requirements:

Food Quality Specification _Butter and Margarine
E6TOR-13RM08/A
Juan, Peggy
Telephone No. – 905-615-2033
Email – peggy.juan@pwgsc-tpsgc.gc.ca

Amendment No. 6 updates the food quality specification and extends the closing date.

Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) is publishing the Food Quality Specifications for Butter and Margarine.

PSPC or any department may reference the attached document in solicitations when it is determined by the client/user federal department that the requirement should include the attached specification.

The specification has been written by DND based on their operational needs, however, this specification may also be used by other federal departments.

This is not a bid solicitation. This notice will not result in the awarding of any contract/Standing Offer/Supply Arrangement, nor will it result in the creation of any source list. As well, the fact of not responding to this Letter of Interest will not preclude a supplier to participate in the subsequent procurement process.

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.

Access and terms of use

Government of Canada (GC) tender notices and awards, solicitation documents and tender attachments are available free of charge and without registration on Buyandsell.gc.ca/tenders, the authoritative location for GC tenders.

You may have received this tender notice or award through a third-party distributor. The Government of Canada is not responsible for any tender notices and/or related documents and attachments not accessed directly through Buyandsell.gc.ca/tenders.

This Government of Canada tender notice or tender award carries an Open Government Licence – Canada that governs its use. Related solicitation documents and/or tender attachments are copyright protected. Please refer to the section about Commercial Reproduction in the Buyandsell.gc.ca Terms and Conditions for more information.

Solicitation Documents

ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6528.EBSU000.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6528.EBSU000.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6528.EBSU001.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6528.EBSU001.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6528.EBSU002.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6528.EBSU002.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6528.EBSU003.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6528.EBSU003.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6528.EBSU004.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6528.EBSU004.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6528.EBSU005.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6528.EBSU005.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6528.EBSU006.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6528.EBSU006.PDF French

Contact Information

Contact name??? Juan, Peggy
Contact email??? peggy.juan@pwgsc-tpsgc.gc.ca
Contact phone??? (905) 615-2033 ( )
Contact fax??? ( ) –
Contact address

Ontario Region
33 City Centre Drive
Suite 480
Mississauga
Ontario
L5B 2N5

For more information: buyandsell

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RFSA -Exhibit Design – Parks Canada – National https://www.google.com//c86/tender/rfsa-exhibit-design-parks-canada-national-2 Tue, 26 Jun 2018 16:51:02 +0000 /c86/?post_type=vl_tenders&p=337208 Date closing??? 2018/10/01 14:00 Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) Details Reference number?? PW-14-00618952 Solicitation number?? 5P306-7797326 Region of opportunity?? Canada Region of delivery?? Canada Notice type?? Request for Supply Arrangement (RFSA) GSIN T002AA: Fabrication of Exhibits T002AB: Custom Exhibit Fabrication T002AJ: Graphic Design and Exhibit Design Trade agreement?? World Trade Organization-Agreement on Government Procurement (WTO-AGP) Tendering […]

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Date closing??? 2018/10/01 14:00 Eastern Daylight Time (EDT)

Details

Reference number?? PW-14-00618952

Solicitation number?? 5P306-7797326

Region of opportunity?? Canada

Region of delivery?? Canada

Notice type?? Request for Supply Arrangement (RFSA)

GSIN

T002AA: Fabrication of Exhibits
T002AB: Custom Exhibit Fabrication
T002AJ: Graphic Design and Exhibit Design

Trade agreement?? World Trade Organization-Agreement on Government Procurement (WTO-AGP)

Tendering procedure?? Open

Procurement entity?? Parks Canada

End user entity?? Parks Canada

Description

Request for Supply Arrangement, Parks Canada Agency Exhibit Design.

The RFSA is hereby extended until October 1, 2018. All vendors currently qualified are not required to resubmit the RFSA for the extension period. Please note however that this RFSA is now a Request for Supply Arrangement Parks Canada Agency Nationally and may now be used to satisfy requirements across Canada. All vendors currently qualified under either category will be considered regardless of the region. If you are unable to provide services in any particular region please provide details to the Contracting Authority identified in the RFSA documents.

Request for Supply Arrangement (SA). The Parks Canada Agency (PCA) requires the services of Contractors capable of providing PCA Field Units and Historic Sites with turnkey creative design, fabrication, communication and marketing services, and fabrication and installation services for those projects where the design has been completed on an as and when requested basis. The principle focus will be the design, fabrication and installation of both traditional and multimedia exhibits (interior and exterior) targeted to existing and new audiences National Historic Sites located through-out Eastern Canada.

The Contractors will be invited to provide quote on specific requirements valued up to $2,000,000.00.
Further details can be found in Annex ※A§ 每 Supply Arrangement Information and Call-up Procedures.

Details of knowledge and experience are described in the Evaluation Criteria and Scope of Work included herein.

Outline of the Supply Arrangement Process
Request for Supply Arrangements will permit the expeditious processing of contracts for Exhibit Design, suppliers, who are issued a Supply Arrangement, will have agreed to all applicable terms and conditions as well as applicable specifications (see ANNEX ※A§) in advance of any contract award. Furthermore, the suppliers have been qualified on their meeting mandatory requirements.

A Request for Supply Arrangement is not a contract. The Parks Canada Agency is under no obligation to solicit any proposals through the Request for Supply Arrangement. Any level(s) of effort specified herein is an approximation of requirements given in good faith.

Two Phase Procurement Process

It is Canada’s intention, by issuance of this Request for Supply Arrangement (RFSA) over the Government Electronic Tendering Service Buy and Sell, to establish/maintain a List of Qualified Suppliers for Exhibit Design, Fabrication and Installation. Qualification will be based entirely on meeting the mandatory requirements of this RFSA.

Phase 1: is the action of soliciting offers from suppliers of Exhibit Design from which Canada intends to establish Request for Supply Arrangements with those Contractors whose offer meets all the mandatory requirements of this RFSA.

Phase 2: is the action of soliciting proposals from suppliers, qualified through the Phase 1 activity, for requirements identified on an as-and-when-requested basis by Parks Canada. Any contracts that arise from the Phase 2 activity must satisfy the requirements of the solicitation. To solicit proposals for a particular requirement, Parks Canada will issue a Request for Proposal (RFP) (9400-3) to suppliers from the List of Qualified Suppliers for Exhibit Design. Suppliers must submit their proposals according to the instructions in each RFP. The proposals will be evaluated by Canada according to the method stated in the RFP. The successful bidder will be awarded a contract (pwgsc-tpsgc 9170). Each contract awarded will incorporate by reference, all the terms and conditions set out in the Supply Arrangement.
This Request for Supply Arrangements does not commit The Parks Canada Agency to authorize the utilization of a Supply Arrangement.

Access and terms of use

Government of Canada (GC) tender notices and awards, solicitation documents and tender attachments are available free of charge and without registration on Buyandsell.gc.ca/tenders, the authoritative location for GC tenders.

You may have received this tender notice or award through a third-party distributor. The Government of Canada is not responsible for any tender notices and/or related documents and attachments not accessed directly through Buyandsell.gc.ca/tenders.

This Government of Canada tender notice or tender award carries an Open Government Licence – Canada that governs its use. Related solicitation documents and/or tender attachments are copyright protected. Please refer to the section about Commercial Reproduction in the Buyandsell.gc.ca Terms and Conditions for more information.

Solicitation Documents

2014-2016_request_for_supply_arrangement_exhibits_2012_-_2013_french.pdf French
2014-2016_request_for_supply_arrangement_interpretive_exhibit_writing_english.pdf English
2014-2016_request_for_supply_arrangement_exhibits_2012_-_2013_english.pdf English
2014-2016_request_for_supply_arrangement_exhibits_2012_-_2013_french.pdf French
2014-2016_request_for_supply_arrangement_exhibits_english_amended_2.pdf English
2014-2016_request_for_supply_arrangement_exhibits_french_amended_2.pdf French
2014-2016_-_dama_-5p306-7797326_-_french.pdf French
2014-2016_rfsa_exhibit_design_-_english.pdf English
2014-2016_request_for_supply_arrangement_exhibits_2014_-_2016_english_new.pdf English
2014-2016_request_for_supply_arrangement_exhibits_2014_-_2016_french_nouveau.pdf French
2016_dama_exhibitions_francais.pdf French
2016_request_for_supply_arrangement_exhibits.pdf English
october_2016_request_for_supply_arrangement_exhibits.pdf English
octobre_2016_dama_exhibitions_francais.pdf French
april_2017_rfsa_exhibits.pdf English
avril_2017_dama_exhibitions.pdf French
juin_2017_dama_exhibitions.pdf English
june_2017_rfsa_exhibits.pdf French
sept_2017_dama_exhibitions.pdf French
sept_2017_rfsa_exhibits.pdf English
sept_2018_dama_exhibitions.pdf French
sept_2018_rfsa_exhibits.pdf English

Contact Information

Contact name??? Kalp, Lynn
Contact phone??? 613-938-5803
Contact fax???? 866-246-6893
Contact address

111 Water Street East
Cornwall ON
K6H 6S3
CA

For more information: buyandsell

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Doc1333621938 – EA Software Engagement https://www.google.com//c86/tender/doc1333621938-ea-software-engagement Tue, 26 Jun 2018 16:47:28 +0000 /c86/?post_type=vl_tenders&p=337207 Title of RFP: Doc1333621938 – EA Software Engagement Sector: Private Sector Type: RFP Region: ON Closing Date and Time:? July 17th, 2018 Brief Description:? Hydro One Networks Inc. is seeking a vendor to provide an Environmental Assessment (EA) consultation and engagement software product and associated support services to Hydro One*s Environmental Services department. Buyer Name: […]

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  • Title of RFP: Doc1333621938 – EA Software Engagement
  • Sector: Private Sector
  • Type: RFP
  • Region: ON
  • Closing Date and Time:? July 17th, 2018
  • Brief Description:? Hydro One Networks Inc. is seeking a vendor to provide an Environmental Assessment (EA) consultation and engagement software product and associated support services to Hydro One*s Environmental Services department.
  • Buyer Name: Detlev Kloss
  • Buyer Email: Detlev.Kloss@HydroOne.com
  • If you are interested in participating in this RFP, please follow the instructions below

As of January 22, 2018, in order to participate in Hydro One sourcing events and to do business with Hydro One, you must be registered in the SAP Ariba Network.

If you are already registered, please send the Buyer an email with your contact details and they will send you an invitation to participate in this RFP.? If you are not registered, please send an email to SupplierContact@HydroOne.com requesting a registration invitation.

For step-by-step instructions on registration, responding to a Hydro One sourcing event and using DocuSign, please refer to the supplier section on the Hydro One website: https://www.hydroone.com/about/suppliers.?

Should you have any questions or are experiencing any issues, please contact? SupplierContact@HydroOne.com?or visit the Ariba SAP help?center by following this link:?https://support.ariba.com/help.?

Once you have submitted the Supplier Profile Questionnaire, please advise the buyer so they may follow through with the registration approval.?Upon approval, you will be invited to participate in this RFP event.

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RFP – Curve Lake Water Treatment System Consulting Engineering Services https://www.google.com//c86/tender/rfp-curve-lake-water-treatment-system-consulting-engineering-services Mon, 18 Jun 2018 18:27:38 +0000 /c86/?post_type=vl_tenders&p=336241 Request for Proposals Curve Lake Water Treatment System Consulting Engineering Services Issued: June 6, 2018 Submission Deadline: 1:00 PM, June 29, 2018 Submission Location: Curve Lake First Nation Government Services, Reception 22 Winookeedaa Rd., Curve Lake ON K0L 1R0 Request for Proposal #: Curve Lake First Nation Government Services, Reception 22 Winookeedaa Rd., Curve Lake […]

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Request for Proposals

Curve Lake Water Treatment System
Consulting Engineering Services

Issued: June 6, 2018

Submission Deadline: 1:00 PM, June 29, 2018

Submission Location:
Curve Lake First Nation Government Services, Reception
22 Winookeedaa Rd., Curve Lake ON K0L 1R0

Request for Proposal #: Curve Lake First Nation Government Services, Reception
22 Winookeedaa Rd., Curve Lake ON K0L 1R0
161-02-2018

Prepared By:
Shawn Williams, Director of Capital Development

DEFINITIONS:

Hereinafter, each company receiving this Request for Proposals is referred to as a “Vendor” and/or “Proponent” and/or “Company”, a Proponent’s proposal in response to this Request for Proposals is referred to as a “Proposal” and the Curve Lake First Nation shall hereinafter be referred to as the “Owner.”

“Agreement” means the formal written document that will be entered into at the end of the procurement process.

“Contract” means the aggregate of the form of Agreement, the RFP procurement document, including any addenda; the Service Provider’s Proposal Submission; and any amendments executed in accordance with the terms of the Contract.

“Joint Venture” is a collaborative undertaking by two or more firms for which the participant firms are equally (both jointly and individually) responsible.

“Preferred Proponent” is the entity that is selected by the Owner to enter into the executed Agreement.

“Principal” is an individual in a firm who possesses the legal responsibility for its management (owner, partner, officer, administrator, etc.). “RFP” or “Request for Proposal” means the process and RFP documents.

“Service Provider” and/or “Consultant”, and/or “Engineer” refers to the successful Service Provider for this Assignment.

“Sub-Service Provider” and/or “Sub -Consultant” refers to a firm or individual that has been hired by the Prime firm to perform specific tasks of this Assignment.

1.0 Introduction

PURPOSE:

Curve Lake First Nation (CLFN) is seeking proposals from qualified consultants to provide project engineering services in the development of our Proposed Water Treatment Plant and Water Supply Project. Curve Lake had previously completed a feasibility study in 2010 which had recommended development of a communal water system utilizing groundwater as the source water. However, due to the passage of time and subsequent studies and additional information, there remain questions as to how to best implement a communal water system. The work has been broken out into two stages as outlined in the attached Terms of Reference to Provide Consulting Engineering Services for the Curve Lake First Nation Water Treatment Plant Project. Stage 1 is based on the assumption that the currently identified wells have sufficient water quantity and that the water is of a treatable quality. The purpose of Stage 1 is to review existing documents, update design requirements, and provide a recommended path forward for the water project.

A full outline of the objectives are provided in the attached Consulting Engineering Terms of Reference. The objectives include:

First Stage

Update Design Requirements

  • Review the existing reports, studies, reference materials and project background to familiarize himself/herself with the history and intent of the project.
  • Update the current population and housing numbers, and provide the ten (10) twenty (20) year, and fifty (50) year population if required and housing projections for Curve Lake, with and without the inclusion of cottagers.
  • The consultant, in conjunction with the project team, shall prepare a list of existing and proposed non-residential development for the 20 year timeframe, and develop projected water needs for these developments.
  • Update the projected ten (10), twenty (20), and fifty (50) year Maximum Day water demand estimates for Curve Lake, with and without the inclusion of cottagers.

Assess Existing Wells

  • Having reviewed the existing reports (including the hydrogeological study undertaken by Oakridge Environmental in 2018), the consultant will provided an opinion regarding the ability of the currently identified wells to provide sufficient water quantity. Note that the water source must provide enough quantity for the twenty (20) year growth of the First Nation (including cottagers), and be of suitable quality.
  • The consultant will also provide an opinion on the need for firm capacity of the wells, and if the currently identified wells can meet this demand.
  • If the consultant confirms that the capacity of the source and the currently proposed treatment processes (slow-sand with pre-treatment) are still the valid options, the consultant will issue a report documenting this, with an updated Class C total estimated cost including soft costs and the study will be considered concluded. At this point ISC will begin the process to get approvals for design funding.
  • However, if the consultant finds that the capacity of the sources is now considered deficient, or different treatments are recommended to be considered, the consultant will issue a report stating what capacities are required and what additional treatment options need to be considered.

o If the consultant finds that the currently identified wells cannot meet the identified demands, the consultant will provide an opinion regarding the feasibility of adding additional wells to supplement the currently identified wells.

o Based on the available information the consultant will provide a technical opinion of the need to revisit the feasibility of each source water option identified in the Feasibility Study (ground water, surface water, infiltration gallery, and municipal type agreement).

Second Stage

Stage 2 is to begin only after all the items in Stage 1 have been undertaken and approval to proceed to Stage 2 has been issued to the Consultant by the Project Team. While it is likely that there will be a Stage 2, there is no guarantee that the contract will need to proceed to Stage 2.

As Stage 2 only occurs if the opinion is that the currently identified wells and/or the currently recommended treatment are not sufficient, the purpose of Stage 2 will be to identify a way forward and to provide an updated feasibility study.

The Consultant*s scope of work for Stage 2 is described in general terms below:

Develop Groundwater Capacity

  • As the project team has seen indications there may be need for additional groundwater capacity to be developed and tested, the proposal for Stage 2 will include an allowance for the following;

o Engage a hydrogeologist to recommend drilling locations for 3 additional wells

o Allowance to drill up to 3 additional wells

o Engage a hydrogeologist to undertake long term pump testing and sampling to find the quality of the up to 3 new wells in addition to the wells identified in the Oakridge study

o Have the hydrogeologist complete aquifer modeling as described in the Hydrogeological scope of work listed in Appendix B

o Provide rehabilitation, retesting and GUDI analysis of Well #10

o Provide Hydraulic Fracturing (assume 4 wells)

o Follow-up well testing of Hydraulic Fractured wells

o Simultaneous Well Testing of wells to confirm capacity

  • The Consultants Proposal will include cost estimates and schedules for the probable recommended studies and testing that would occur in Stage 2.

Consider Other Source Water Options

  • As the Stage 2 work would be revising the work done in the 2010 Feasibility Study, ISC has recommended that the consultant also confirm the recommendations surrounding surface water, infiltration gallery, and municipal type agreements.
  • If necessary, recommend studies or tests that may be conducted to verify the feasibility of each source water option.
  • Potential options not discussed in the feasibility study should also be considered, if viable.
  • For options deemed not viable in the previous feasibility study, the consultant can choose to accept those recommendations as still valid.
  • For options that are technically viable, the consultant shall identify design criteria, construction requirements, estimated construction costs, estimated operations and maintenance costs and produce 20 year life cycle cost estimates.

General Items

  • The consultant shall (or ensure that that others shall) sample and test raw water from the preferred source and alternative sources for physical, chemical, radiological and bacteriological concentrations in order to confidently identify the best water supply source for Curve Lake.
  • The consultant shall provide recommendations for what additional testing is required to continue between the completion of feasibility and completion of design to provide additional confidence in the recommended water system.
  • The consultant shall conduct a treatability study to analyze and determine the preferred treatment option for the preferred water supply.
  • The Consultant shall recommend a treatment process; provide description of the Water Supply System. It shall include a schematic process flow diagram of the complete new water supply system with process units and equipment identified. For the recommended process, describe the required disinfection options. The consultant shall assess various primary and secondary disinfection strategies and recommend to the First Nation the best alternative.
  • A more detailed description is available in Appendix A (attached): Terms of Reference To Provide Consulting Engineering Services for the Curve Lake First Nation Water Treatment Plant Project.

BACKGROUND:

The Curve Lake First Nation is located on a peninsula situated between Buckhorn Lake, Harrington Narrows and Chemong Lake. The total registered population of Curve Lake First Nation is 2,339. There are approximately 985 members who live on-territory while 1,354 live off-territory. There are approximately 372 member owned residences on-reserve as well as 230 residences on leased cottage lots. There are a number of commercial and institutional buildings including 2 gas stations, Government Services Building, Health Centre, Business Centre, Public Works Garage, Community Centre, Church and Early Learning Centre. Governance is provided by a Council is comprised of an elected Chief and eight (8) Councilors. With the exception of 58 homes connected to the Nishnawbeke Subdivision WTP, the majority of residents are serviced by individual ground water wells although a small number of residents are serviced by lake water.

CLFN operations are currently organized into the following departments: Corporate Services, Health and Family Services, Education, Culture, Lands, Economic Development and Public Works. Curve Lake First Nation employs approximately 80 full time employees and 25 casual, contract and sub-staff.

(See attached Appendix B – Location Map and Appendix C – Study Area Map)

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IT Technical Support Services – Request for Proposals https://www.google.com//c86/tender/it-technical-support-services-request-for-proposals Thu, 24 May 2018 20:12:55 +0000 /c86/?post_type=vl_tenders&p=333770 IT Technical Support Services Request for Proposals Issued by: Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) Request for Proposals Issued on: May 23rd, 2018 Proposal Submission Deadline: 5:00 pm EST on May 29th, 2018 CCAB shall not be obligated in any manner to any Proponent whatsoever until a written agreement has been duly executed with a […]

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IT Technical Support Services

Request for Proposals

Issued by: Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB)

Request for Proposals Issued on: May 23rd, 2018

Proposal Submission Deadline: 5:00 pm EST on May 29th, 2018

CCAB shall not be obligated in any manner to any Proponent whatsoever until a written agreement has been duly executed with a Supplier.

1. Statement of Purpose

The Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (※CCAB§) is seeking bids from independent suppliers (※Bidders§) who have demonstrated professional competence and experience in providing IT Technical Support Services (※Services§) outlined in this Request for Proposal (※RFP§).

2. Background Information

2.1 Company Overview

Since 1984, CCAB has been bridging the gap between the mainstream corporate sector and the Aboriginal community. CCAB works to improve economic self-reliance of Aboriginal communities while assisting corporate businesses. It is a non-partisan/non-profit organization. It is largely supported through corporate funding, event sponsorship and membership dues with some support from Government for Research and Program development.

CCAB was founded in 1984 by a small group of visionary business and community leaders committed to the full participation of Aboriginal Peoples in Canada*s economy. CCAB offers knowledge, resources, and programs to both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal member companies that fosters mutual economic opportunities with Aboriginal Peoples and business across Canada.

After 32 years working to improve economic self-reliance of Aboriginal communities and assisting corporate businesses, CCAB has grown to over 550 member companies across Canada and the majority are Aboriginal businesses. As we continue to grow our membership, programs, research, and event offerings, CCAB invites you to join us in bridging the gap between Canada*s Aboriginal and business communities.

3. Scope of Services Required

CCAB will select a single organization for an initial contract term of one year, effective May 30, 2018 and ending April 30, 2019 with the possibility of renewal for a longer term as of May 1, 2019.

CCAB will identify Assignments during the overall contract term and work with the successful Proponent to define a scope of work and set of deliverables.

The following areas are current priorities for CCAB and will require assistance through assignment of a separate statement of work during the contract term:

  • Technical (Help Desk) Support 每 Respond to user incidents/requests via online ticketing Help Desk, including support for remote users. Ability to escalate technical support issues for additional expertise/consulting.
  • Desktop Applications Management 每 Deployment of desktop application management tool that allows effective inventory, monitoring and resolution of user software issues with remote sessions.
  • Business Applications Management and Support 每 Migration of on premise and cloud-managed business applications (ERP, CRM, case management, fax, data capture and document management systems) to cloud-based environment with ongoing monitoring and support.
  • Network Monitoring 每 Monitoring of network with proactive communication tools and escalation protocols based on the severity of any unscheduled outages.
  • IT Policy Review and Development 每 Providing assistance for updating of customized policies related to the use of technology, disaster recovery and business continuity.

4. Terms and Conditions

4.1 Commencement and Termination of Services

The project CCAB is seeking, commences on May 30th 2018 ending April 30, 2019 with the possibility of renewal for a longer term as of May 1, 2019.

4.2? Work Performance

Each Assignment will require a statement of work with a specific start and end date and payment terms and schedule for services provided

4.2? Intellectual Property

The Bidder shall not use any intellectual property of CCAB, including but not limited to, CCAB and CCAB partner and sponsor logos, registered trademarks, or trade names of CCAB, at any time without the prior written approval of CCAB.

4.3? Withdrawal or Amendment of Proposal

A bidder may withdraw or make amends to a proposal by providing written notice to the CCAB contact person before the proposal submission deadline. A proposal may not be withdrawn or amended after the proposal submission deadline. CCAB has no obligation to return withdrawn or amended proposals.

5. Submission Deadline

All proposals are due by 5:00 pm EST on May 29th, 2018. Any proposal received after the required time and date specified for receipt shall be considered late and non-responsive. Any late proposal will not be evaluated for reward.

5.1 Schedule of Deadlines

Item Date
1. RFP distribution to bidders Wednesday May 23rd, 2018
2. Proposal submission due Tuesday, May 29th, 2018
3. Target date for review of proposals by CCAB staff Tuesday, May 29th, 2018
4. Final bidder selection Wednesday, May 30th, 2018

6. Guidelines for Proposal Preparation

6.1 Required Bid Submission Documents

The submitted proposals are to include each of the following sections:

  1. Appendix A – Submission Form;
  2. Appendix B 每 Value Added Bid Enhancements;
  3. Appendix C – CCAB Participation Points.

7. Evaluation and Award Process

The proposals will be evaluated by the Chief Operating Officer and those with a vested interest and involvement in the selection.

All proposals will be subject to a comprehensive analysis and evaluation, based upon the best overall value to CCAB.

CCAB intends to retain the successful Bidder pursuant to a ※Best Value§ basis, not a ※Low Bid§ basis. In order for the CCAB to properly evaluate the proposals received, all proposals submitted in response to this RFP must be formatted in accordance with the sequence noted above.

The successful bidder will be required to sign a service agreement with the CCAB for services provided.

7.1? Selection Criteria

All bids submitted will be graded based on the following criteria:

  • Cost (40)
  • Work Plan (25)
  • Work Samples (10)
  • Experience in Similar Projects (15)
  • References (5)
  • Value Added Bid Enhancements (5) 每 Appendix B
  • TOTAL: 100 points (converted to a percent)
  • CCAB Participation Points (6) – Appendix C

8. Contact Person

Please submit clearly marked proposals to:

David Abbott
Chief Operating Officer
Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business 2 Berkeley Street, Suite 202
Toronto, ON M5A 4J5 Phone: 416-961-8663 x223 Email: dabbott@ccab.com

Soft copy proposals are to be submitted via e-mail, in PDF format to the e-mail address: dabbott@ccab.com

Attention: David Abbott. Proposals will not be accepted after the deadline.

All materials submitted in response to the RFP become the property of the CCAB and will not be returned. Proposals will be submitted at the sole expense of the sender. It is the applicant*s responsibility to secure proof that his/her proposal has been received by the CCAB within the prescribed time limit.

Any questions concerning requirements, contractual terms and conditions or proposal format must be directed to the contact person listed above.

Download the Full RFP Details

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RFSA -Exhibit Design – Parks Canada – National https://www.google.com//c86/tender/rfsa-exhibit-design-parks-canada-national Wed, 23 May 2018 16:19:58 +0000 /c86/?post_type=vl_tenders&p=333593 Date closing??? 2018/10/01 14:00 Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) Details Reference number??? PW-14-00618952 Solicitation number??? 5P306-7797326 Region of opportunity??? Canada Region of delivery??? Canada Notice type??? Request for Supply Arrangement (RFSA) GSIN T002AA: Fabrication of Exhibits T002AB: Custom Exhibit Fabrication T002AJ: Graphic Design and Exhibit Design Trade agreement??? World Trade Organization-Agreement on Government Procurement (WTO-AGP) Tendering […]

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Date closing??? 2018/10/01 14:00 Eastern Daylight Time (EDT)

Details

Reference number??? PW-14-00618952

Solicitation number??? 5P306-7797326

Region of opportunity??? Canada

Region of delivery??? Canada

Notice type??? Request for Supply Arrangement (RFSA)

GSIN

T002AA: Fabrication of Exhibits
T002AB: Custom Exhibit Fabrication
T002AJ: Graphic Design and Exhibit Design

Trade agreement??? World Trade Organization-Agreement on Government Procurement (WTO-AGP)

Tendering procedure??? Open

Procurement entity??? Parks Canada

End user entity??? Parks Canada

Description

Request for Supply Arrangement, Parks Canada Agency Exhibit Design.

The RFSA is hereby extended until October 1, 2018. All vendors currently qualified are not required to resubmit the RFSA for the extension period. Please note however that this RFSA is now a Request for Supply Arrangement Parks Canada Agency Nationally and may now be used to satisfy requirements across Canada. All vendors currently qualified under either category will be considered regardless of the region. If you are unable to provide services in any particular region please provide details to the Contracting Authority identified in the RFSA documents.

Request for Supply Arrangement (SA). The Parks Canada Agency (PCA) requires the services of Contractors capable of providing PCA Field Units and Historic Sites with turnkey creative design, fabrication, communication and marketing services, and fabrication and installation services for those projects where the design has been completed on an as and when requested basis. The principle focus will be the design, fabrication and installation of both traditional and multimedia exhibits (interior and exterior) targeted to existing and new audiences National Historic Sites located through-out Eastern Canada.

The Contractors will be invited to provide quote on specific requirements valued up to $2,000,000.00.
Further details can be found in Annex ※A§ 每 Supply Arrangement Information and Call-up Procedures.

Details of knowledge and experience are described in the Evaluation Criteria and Scope of Work included herein.

Outline of the Supply Arrangement Process
Request for Supply Arrangements will permit the expeditious processing of contracts for Exhibit Design, suppliers, who are issued a Supply Arrangement, will have agreed to all applicable terms and conditions as well as applicable specifications (see ANNEX ※A§) in advance of any contract award. Furthermore, the suppliers have been qualified on their meeting mandatory requirements.

A Request for Supply Arrangement is not a contract. The Parks Canada Agency is under no obligation to solicit any proposals through the Request for Supply Arrangement. Any level(s) of effort specified herein is an approximation of requirements given in good faith.

Two Phase Procurement Process
It is Canada’s intention, by issuance of this Request for Supply Arrangement (RFSA) over the Government Electronic Tendering Service Buy and Sell, to establish/maintain a List of Qualified Suppliers for Exhibit Design, Fabrication and Installation. Qualification will be based entirely on meeting the mandatory requirements of this RFSA.

Phase 1: is the action of soliciting offers from suppliers of Exhibit Design from which Canada intends to establish Request for Supply Arrangements with those Contractors whose offer meets all the mandatory requirements of this RFSA.

Phase 2: is the action of soliciting proposals from suppliers, qualified through the Phase 1 activity, for requirements identified on an as-and-when-requested basis by Parks Canada. Any contracts that arise from the Phase 2 activity must satisfy the requirements of the solicitation. To solicit proposals for a particular requirement, Parks Canada will issue a Request for Proposal (RFP) (9400-3) to suppliers from the List of Qualified Suppliers for Exhibit Design. Suppliers must submit their proposals according to the instructions in each RFP. The proposals will be evaluated by Canada according to the method stated in the RFP. The successful bidder will be awarded a contract (pwgsc-tpsgc 9170). Each contract awarded will incorporate by reference, all the terms and conditions set out in the Supply Arrangement.
This Request for Supply Arrangements does not commit The Parks Canada Agency to authorize the utilization of a Supply Arrangement.

Access and terms of use

Government of Canada (GC) tender notices and awards, solicitation documents and tender attachments are available free of charge and without registration on Buyandsell.gc.ca/tenders, the authoritative location for GC tenders.

You may have received this tender notice or award through a third-party distributor. The Government of Canada is not responsible for any tender notices and/or related documents and attachments not accessed directly through Buyandsell.gc.ca/tenders.

This Government of Canada tender notice or tender award carries an Open Government Licence – Canada that governs its use. Related solicitation documents and/or tender attachments are copyright protected. Please refer to the section about Commercial Reproduction in the Buyandsell.gc.ca Terms and Conditions for more information.

Solicitation Documents

2014-2016_request_for_supply_arrangement_exhibits_2012_-_2013_french.pdf French
2014-2016_request_for_supply_arrangement_interpretive_exhibit_writing_english.pdf English
2014-2016_request_for_supply_arrangement_exhibits_2012_-_2013_english.pdf English
2014-2016_request_for_supply_arrangement_exhibits_2012_-_2013_french.pdf French
2014-2016_request_for_supply_arrangement_exhibits_english_amended_2.pdf English
2014-2016_request_for_supply_arrangement_exhibits_french_amended_2.pdf French
2014-2016_-_dama_-5p306-7797326_-_french.pdf French
2014-2016_rfsa_exhibit_design_-_english.pdf English
2014-2016_request_for_supply_arrangement_exhibits_2014_-_2016_english_new.pdf English
2014-2016_request_for_supply_arrangement_exhibits_2014_-_2016_french_nouveau.pdf French
2016_dama_exhibitions_francais.pdf French
2016_request_for_supply_arrangement_exhibits.pdf English
october_2016_request_for_supply_arrangement_exhibits.pdf English
octobre_2016_dama_exhibitions_francais.pdf French
april_2017_rfsa_exhibits.pdf English
avril_2017_dama_exhibitions.pdf French
juin_2017_dama_exhibitions.pdf English
june_2017_rfsa_exhibits.pdf French
sept_2017_dama_exhibitions.pdf French
sept_2017_rfsa_exhibits.pdf English
sept_2018_dama_exhibitions.pdf French
sept_2018_rfsa_exhibits.pdf English

Contact Information

Contact name??? Kalp, Lynn
Contact phone??? 613-938-5803
Contact fax??? 866-246-6893
Contact address

111 Water Street East
Cornwall ON
K6H 6S3
CA

For more information: buyandsell

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DND Food Quality Specification _Fresh Fruit https://www.google.com//c86/tender/dnd-food-quality-specification-_fresh-fruit Wed, 23 May 2018 16:07:42 +0000 /c86/?post_type=vl_tenders&p=333589 Date closing??? 2019/04/01 14:00 Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) Details Reference number??? PW-$TOR-033-6516 Solicitation number??? E6TOR-13RM20/A Region of delivery Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, National Capital Region, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Northwest Territories, Nova Scotia, Nunavut, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, Saskatchewan, Yukon Notice type??? Letter of Interest (LOI)/Request for Information (RFI) GSIN N8915: Fruits and […]

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Date closing??? 2019/04/01 14:00 Eastern Daylight Time (EDT)

Details

Reference number??? PW-$TOR-033-6516

Solicitation number??? E6TOR-13RM20/A

Region of delivery
Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, National Capital Region, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Northwest Territories, Nova Scotia, Nunavut, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, Saskatchewan, Yukon

Notice type??? Letter of Interest (LOI)/Request for Information (RFI)

GSIN

N8915: Fruits and Vegetables (replaced by gsin N8915Z)

N8915B: Fruits and Vegetables, Fresh, Except Dietetic (replaced by gsin N8915Z)

N8915Z: Fruits and Vegetables

Trade agreement??? None

Tendering procedure??? All interested suppliers may submit a bid

Competitive procurement strategy??? N/A – P&A/LOI Only

Procurement entity??? Public Works and Government Services Canada

End user entity??? Public Works and Government Services Canada

Description

Trade Agreement: NONE
Tendering Procedures: All interested suppliers may submit a bid
Competitive Procurement Strategy: N/A – P&A/LOI Only
Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No
Nature of Requirements:

Food Quality Specification _Fresh Fruit
E6TOR-13RM20/A
Juan, Peggy
Telephone No. – 905-615-2033
Email – peggy.juan@pwgsc-tpsgc.gc.ca

Amendment No. 6 updates the food quality specification and extends the closing date.

Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) is publishing the Food Quality Specifications for Fresh Fruit.

PSPC or any department may reference the attached document in solicitations when it is determined by the client/user federal department that the requirement should include the attached specification.

The specification has been written by DND based on their operational needs, however, this specification may also be used by other federal departments.

This is not a bid solicitation. This notice will not result in the awarding of any contract/Standing Offer/Supply Arrangement, nor will it result in the creation of any source list. As well, the fact of not responding to this Letter of Interest will not preclude a supplier to participate in the subsequent procurement process.

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.

Access and terms of use

Government of Canada (GC) tender notices and awards, solicitation documents and tender attachments are available free of charge and without registration on Buyandsell.gc.ca/tenders, the authoritative location for GC tenders.

You may have received this tender notice or award through a third-party distributor. The Government of Canada is not responsible for any tender notices and/or related documents and attachments not accessed directly through Buyandsell.gc.ca/tenders.

This Government of Canada tender notice or tender award carries an Open Government Licence – Canada that governs its use. Related solicitation documents and/or tender attachments are copyright protected. Please refer to the section about Commercial Reproduction in the Buyandsell.gc.ca Terms and Conditions for more information.

Solicitation Documents

ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6516.EBSU000.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6516.EBSU000.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6516.EBSU001.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6516.EBSU001.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6516.EBSU002.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6516.EBSU002.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6516.EBSU003.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6516.EBSU003.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6516.EBSU004.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6516.EBSU004.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6516.EBSU005.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6516.EBSU005.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.E6516.EBSU006.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_TOR.B033.F6516.EBSU006.PDF French

Contact Information

Contact name??? Juan, Peggy
Contact email??? peggy.juan@pwgsc-tpsgc.gc.ca
Contact phone??? (905) 615-2033 ( )
Contact fax?? ( ) –
Contact address

Ontario Region
33 City Centre Drive
Suite 480
Mississauga
Ontario
L5B 2N5

For more information: buyandsell

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Supervise Clinical Rotations https://www.google.com//c86/tender/supervise-clinical-rotations Wed, 23 May 2018 15:52:50 +0000 /c86/?post_type=vl_tenders&p=333588 Date closing??? 2018/06/22 14:00 Eastern Standard Time (EST) Details Reference number??? PW-$$ZH-151-32087 Solicitation number??? W6369-16A101/B Region of delivery Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, National Capital Region, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Northwest Territories, Nova Scotia, Nunavut, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, Saskatchewan, Yukon Notice type??? Notice of Proposed Procurement (NPP) GSIN??? U010Q: Certification and Accreditation-Medical Training […]

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Date closing??? 2018/06/22 14:00 Eastern Standard Time (EST)

Details

Reference number??? PW-$$ZH-151-32087

Solicitation number??? W6369-16A101/B

Region of delivery
Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, National Capital Region, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Northwest Territories, Nova Scotia, Nunavut, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, Saskatchewan, Yukon

Notice type??? Notice of Proposed Procurement (NPP)

GSIN??? U010Q: Certification and Accreditation-Medical Training

Trade agreement??? Canadian Free Trade Agreement (CFTA)

Tendering procedure??? The bidder must supply Canadian goods and/or services

Competitive procurement strategy??? Subsequent/Follow-on Contracts

Procurement entity??? Public Works and Government Services Canada

End user entity??? Department of National Defence

Description

Trade Agreement: Canadian Free Trade Agreement (CFTA)
Tendering Procedures: The bidder must supply Canadian goods and/or services
Competitive Procurement Strategy: Subsequent/Follow-on Contracts
Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No
Nature of Requirements:

W6369-16A101/B
Supervise Clinical Rotations
Cole, Heather
E-mail: Heather.Cole@pwgsc-tpsgc.gc.ca

This Request for Standing Offer (RFSO) is for supervised clinical rotations for the completion of Phase 2 (clinical rotations) for students of the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) Physician Assistants (PA) Program; a Canadian Medical Association Accredited PA program provided by the Canadian Forces Health Services Training Centre (CFHSTC).

Standing Offers (SO) will be issued to cover locations throughout Canada, excluding any locations in areas subject to any of the Comprehensive Land Claims Agreements.

1. Applicable Trade Agreements

The requirement is subject to the provisions of the Canadian Free Trade Agreement (CFTA).

2. Canadian Content

The requirement is limited to Canadian goods and/or services.

3. Clients/Identified Users

The Identified User is the Department of National Defense (DND).

4. The Period of the Standing Offer

The period of the Standing Offer will be from the date of Standing Offer issuance to August 31, 2023 inclusive.

5. On-going Opportunity for Qualification

An on-going Notice will be posted on the Government Electronic Tendering Service (GETS) to allow new suppliers to become qualified. Suppliers may submit an offer at any time during the solicitation period for a SO by responding to the most recent terms and conditions posted on GETS. This process does not permit existing, responsive suppliers who have been issued a SO, to re-submit an offer in order to modify any portion of the accepted offer with the exception of offering additional Clinical Rotation Specializations that were not included in the original offer. Canada may issue an unlimited number of SOs and may continue to issue SOs to new offerors throughout the SO period.

Bids received following the permanent Notice will be evaluated within 180 calendar days.

6. Comprehensive Land Claim Settlement Agreements (CLCSA)

The Standing Offers resulting from the bid solicitation will not include deliveries of services within locations within the Yukon, Northwest Territories, Nunavut, Quebec, or Labrador that are subject to Comprehensive Land Claims Agreements (CLCAs). Any requirements for deliveries of services within locations within the Yukon, Northwest Territories, Nunavut, Quebec, or Labrador that are subject to CLCAs will have to be treated as a separate procurement not forming part of the bid solicitation.

This bid solicitation uses Portable Document Format (PDF) technology. To access the PDF form, bidders must have a PDF reader installed. If bidders do not already have such a reader, there are several PDF readers available on the Internet. It is recommended to use the latest version of PDF reader to benefit all features of the interactive forms.

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.

Access and terms of use

Government of Canada (GC) tender notices and awards, solicitation documents and tender attachments are available free of charge and without registration on Buyandsell.gc.ca/tenders, the authoritative location for GC tenders.

You may have received this tender notice or award through a third-party distributor. The Government of Canada is not responsible for any tender notices and/or related documents and attachments not accessed directly through Buyandsell.gc.ca/tenders.

This Government of Canada tender notice or tender award carries an Open Government Licence – Canada that governs its use. Related solicitation documents and/or tender attachments are copyright protected. Please refer to the section about Commercial Reproduction in the Buyandsell.gc.ca Terms and Conditions for more information.

Solicitation Documents

ABES.PROD.PW__ZH.B151.E32087.EBSU000.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW__ZH.B151.F32087.EBSU000.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW__ZH.B151.E32087.EBSU001.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW__ZH.B151.F32087.EBSU001.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW__ZH.B151.E32087.EBSU002.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW__ZH.B151.F32087.EBSU002.PDF French

Contact Information

Contact name?? Cole, Heather
Contact email??? heather.cole@tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca
Contact phone?? (819) 420-2959 ( )
Contact address

11 Laurier St. / 11, rue Laurier
10C1, Place du Portage
Gatineau, Qu谷bec K1A 0S5

For more information: buyandsell

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RFP – Vegetation Management Services https://www.google.com//c86/tender/rfp-vegetation-management-services Fri, 11 May 2018 16:40:59 +0000 /c86/?post_type=vl_tenders&p=332823 RFP – Vegetation Management Services Hydro One has posted the following RFP on SAP Ariba: Title of RFP: Vegetation Management Services Sector:? Private Sector Type:? RFP Region: ON Closing Date and Time: June 01, 2018, 3 00 pm Brief Description:?Transmission Lines Clearing (Forestry) Buyer Name: Vojislav Zebeljan Buyer Email: Vojislav.zebeljan@inergi.ca If you are interested in […]

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RFP – Vegetation Management Services

Hydro One has posted the following RFP on SAP Ariba:

  • Title of RFP: Vegetation Management Services
  • Sector:? Private Sector
  • Type:? RFP
  • Region: ON
  • Closing Date and Time: June 01, 2018, 3 00 pm
  • Brief Description:?Transmission Lines Clearing (Forestry)
  • Buyer Name: Vojislav Zebeljan
  • Buyer Email: Vojislav.zebeljan@inergi.ca

If you are interested in participating in this RFP, please follow the instructions below

As of January 22, 2018, in order to participate in Hydro One sourcing events and to do business with Hydro One, you must be registered in the SAP Ariba Network.

If you are already registered, please send the Buyer an email with your contact details and they will send you an invitation to participate in this RFP.? If you are not registered, please send an email to SupplierContact@HydroOne.com requesting a registration invitation.

For step-by-step instructions on registration, responding to a Hydro One sourcing event and using DocuSign, please refer to the supplier section on the Hydro One website: https://www.hydroone.com/about/suppliers.?

Should you have any questions or are experiencing any issues, please contact? SupplierContact@HydroOne.com?or visit the Ariba SAP help?center by following this link:?https://support.ariba.com/help.?

Once you have submitted the Supplier Profile Questionnaire, please advise the Buyer so they follow through with the registration approval.?Upon approval, you will be invited to participate in this RFP event.

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Buffet and Catering Services https://www.google.com//c86/tender/buffet-and-catering-services Thu, 03 May 2018 06:47:38 +0000 /c86/?post_type=vl_tenders&p=331257 ? Title of RFP: Buffet and Catering Services ? Sector: Private Sector ? Type: RFP ? Region: ON ? Closing Date and Time: May 23, 2018 at 3:00 PM Brief Description: The Contractor will provide catering service which will generally take the form of supplying buffet meals at Hydro One facilities as and when required, […]

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? Title of RFP: Buffet and Catering Services

? Sector: Private Sector

? Type: RFP

? Region: ON

? Closing Date and Time: May 23, 2018 at 3:00 PM

Brief Description: The Contractor will provide catering service which will generally take the form of supplying buffet meals at Hydro One facilities as and when required, these may be a diverse form of hot or cold selections. Generally the requirement will be for a three (3) course meal that includes an assortment of sandwiches, soups, salads, assorted desserts or fruit and vegetable platters. . A five day menu offering a variety of meal options throughout the week shall be provided. Vegetarian as well as Food allergy options shall be available upon request. All food must be prepared according to applicable Canadian (CFIA), Provincial (Ontario), and Municipal Standards and Regulations for Food Safety.

? Buyer Name: Lori Carruthers

? Buyer Email: lori.carruthers@inergi.ca

? If you are interested in participating in this RFP, please follow the instructions below:

As of January 22, 2018, in order to participate in Hydro One sourcing events and to do business with Hydro One, you must be registered in the SAP Ariba Network.

If you are already registered, please send me an email with your contact details and I will send you an invitation to participate in this RFP. If you are not registered, please use the following link, via Google Chrome or IE11, to complete registration: http://HydroOne.supplier.ariba.com/register?.?

For step-by-step instructions on registration, responding to a Hydro One sourcing event and using DocuSign, please refer to the supplier section on the Hydro One website: https://www.hydroone.com/about/suppliers.?

Should you have any questions or are experiencing any issues, please contact SupplierContact@HydroOne.com or visit the Ariba SAP help center by following this link: https://support.ariba.com/help.?

IMPORTANT NOTE: Upon answering the questions in the Supplier Profile Questionnaire, where it asks ※Have you done business with Hydro One in the past?§ it is important to answer &No* to this question at this time.

Once you have submitted the Supplier Profile Questionnaire, please advise me so I may follow through with the registration approval. Upon approval, you will be invited to participate in this RFP event.

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Anishinabek Educational Institute 每 Updating and Development Of Anishinabek Educational Institute*s Operational Guidelines https://www.google.com//c86/tender/anishinabek-educational-institute-updating-and-development-of-anishinabek-educational-institutes-operational-guidelines Wed, 02 May 2018 00:05:39 +0000 /c86/?post_type=vl_tenders&p=331045 REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS ANISHINABEK NATION (Union of Ontario Indians) Anishinabek EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE 每 UPDATING AND DEVELOPMENT OF ANISHINABEK EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE*S OPERATIONAL GUIDELINES   PURPOSE The purpose of this project is to update and develop the Anishinabek Educational Institute*s (AEI) Operational Guidelines that will lay out the specific policies and processes that will help guide the […]

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REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

ANISHINABEK NATION
(Union of Ontario Indians)

Anishinabek EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE 每 UPDATING AND DEVELOPMENT OF ANISHINABEK EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE*S OPERATIONAL GUIDELINES

 

PURPOSE

The purpose of this project is to update and develop the Anishinabek Educational Institute*s (AEI) Operational Guidelines that will lay out the specific policies and processes that will help guide the administrative and academic operations of the AEI. The development of the AEI Operational Guidelines will be based on current operational guidelines and postsecondary policies as well as consultation with AEI staff.

ORGANIZATION BACKGROUND

The Anishinabek Nation established the Union of Ontario Indians as its secretariat in 1949.? The Anishinabek Nation is a political advocate for 40 member First Nation communities across Ontario, representing approximately 65,000 First Nation citizens.? The Anishinabek Nation is one of Canada*s leading First Nation organizations and employs approximately 75 staff members.

The Anishinabek Nation was mandated by the Anishinabek Grand Council Chiefs-in-Assembly in 1995 to establish and carry out self-government negotiations with the Government of Canada in several areas including education and governance. The ANEA was ratified in December 2016.

The Anishinabek Nation was mandated by Anishinabek Grand Council Chiefs-in-Assembly in 1994 to establish the Educational Institute to deliver community based postsecondary programming in response to the First Nations educational needs at the community level.

SCOPE OF WORK

Working in consultation with the staff of the Anishinabek Educational Institute, the successful consultant will be supplied all available information and documents on the condition that all information and documents received will remain confidential, and is the property of the Anishinabek Nation/Anishinabek Educational Institute and must be returned upon completion of the project. The consultant will:

  1. Review and analyze the existing version of the Anishinabek Educational Institute Operational Guidelines, Student Handbook, Tutoring Handbook, Student Appeal Policy, and any other relevant and related documents;
  2. Research, review and analyze existing Minister*s Binding Policy on Postsecondary Education and any other relevant and related, provincial postsecondary policies that are currently in effect by the Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development;
  3. Research, review and analyze current AEI partner polices and related communication and documentation;
  4. Meet with applicable AEI staff to gather insight and documentation on current processes, roles and requirements;
  5. Based on the research, review and analysis of 1 每 4 above, draft the revised Anishinabek Educational Institute Operational Guidelines, which will include policies and processes related to the postsecondary program administration and delivery, ensuring that Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Develop and partner polices are met or exceeded according to AEI*s mission and mandate;
  6. A draft version of the Operational Guidelines will be provided to the Site Coordinator for review and dissemination to AEI staff for review;
  7. Participate in a meeting with AEI staff for input and possible revisions to the draft version of the Operational Guidelines;
  8. Upon final review and approval of revisions and formatted final version will be submitted to the Site Coordinator along with all copies of any information, documents and correspondence provided as a result of the project.
  9. Research, review and analyze Policy Pro Software Applications as related to the AEI Operational Guidelines and the Union of Ontario Indians Personnel & Finance Policies;
  10. Research, review and analyze the World Indigenous Nations Higher Education Consortium (WINHEC) and the International Organization for Standardization*s ISO 9001 and ISO 21001, certification requirements in relation to the AEI Operational Guidelines;
  11. Based on the research, review and analysis of 9 每 10 above, prepare a comprehensive transition plan for the Anishinabek Educational Institute to utilize and/or incorporate the newly updated AEI Operational Guidelines into certification recognition with WINHEC and ISO;

FINANCIAL CONSIDERATIONS

The Proposal should include the proposed cost to complete the project, including any travel related costs and any disbursements, and key personnel involved in the project as well as a projected time frame for completion;

Any additional costs may be negotiated prior to finalizing the contract.

PROPOSAL REQUIREMENTS

Each consultant must submit an electronic copy in PDF format of their proposal that identifies their proposed methodology for completing the project, their relevant experience, and including three (3) professional references.

SUBMISSION PROCEDURE AND DEADLINE

Proposals must be received no later than May 18, 2018 by 4:00 p.m.

The Anishinabek Educational Institute Operational Guidelines must be fully completed and submitted by 4 p.m. on August 31, 2018.

Please forward proposal to:

Anishinabek Nation (Union of Ontario Indians)
P.O. Box 711
North Bay, ON
P1B 8J8

Attention: ?Glenda St. Amour, Director of Corporate Services

Packages must be clearly marked: ※RFP: Anishinabek Educational Institute Operational Guidelines§

ENQUIRIES

All enquiries about this request for proposal should be directed to:

Jennifer Fletcher, Site Coordinator, AEI-Nipissing

Telephone: ?(705) 497-9127 / 1-877-334-3330, ext. 2317
E-mail: ?jennifer.fletcher@anishinabek.ca

To learn more about the Union of Ontario Indians, please visit our website at www.anishinabek.ca. To learn more about the Anishinabek Educational Institute, please visit our website at www.aeipostsecondary.ca.

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Request for Proposals – Curve Lake First Nation Design Build https://www.google.com//c86/tender/request-for-proposals-curve-lake-first-nation-design-build Mon, 16 Apr 2018 21:51:52 +0000 /c86/?post_type=vl_tenders&p=329252 1.0 Invitation Curve Lake First Nation (CLFN) is seeking request for proposals from interested parties for the construction of seven detached residential units. The purpose of this Request for Proposal (RFP) is to solicit fixed price proposal in the following format for Design and Construction from various individuals or organizations, conduct a fair and extensive […]

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1.0 Invitation

Curve Lake First Nation (CLFN) is seeking request for proposals from interested parties for the construction of seven detached residential units. The purpose of this Request for Proposal (RFP) is to solicit fixed price proposal in the following format for Design and Construction from various individuals or organizations, conduct a fair and extensive evaluation based on criteria listed herein, and select the candidate who best represents the knowledge and experience needed to complete the task.

1.1 Introduction and Objective

Curve Lake First Nation is located on a peninsula situated between Buckhorn Lake, Harrington Narrows and Chemong Lake. It is affiliated with the Union of Ontario Indians and is one of seven Williams Treaty First Nations. The total registered population of Curve Lake First Nation is 2314. There are 952 members who live on reserve while 1362 live off of the reserve. The need for housing has increased throughout the community.

The increase in employment and population has identified a need for housing in the community. To assist in this endeavor, seven (7) single-family detached residential units are proposed to be constructed with 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom and laundry hook ups with a full basement on Farm Lot 16-2 and Farm Lot 19-6-5 and Farm Lot 6-25, 6-26, 6-27, 6-28 and 6-29.

The units should be constructed to Ontario Building Code standards (2012) on the lot owned by Curve Lake First Nation. The project may be divided between several contractors in order to achieve the goals outlined in our timelines and to allow for a variety of design options.

1.2 RFP Process

Proposals will be received by Curve Lake First Nation located at 22 Winookeedaa Street, Curve Lake First Nation until 12:00 pm on May 6, 2018. E-mail quotes to SamanthaT@curvelake.ca are also acceptable. Inquiries can be made to:

Acting Housing Coordinator

Samantha Taylor

Tel: (705) 657-8045 ex 219

The proponent is responsible for obtaining any needed clarification of the RFP requirement while the RFP is open. Questions should be directed in writing to the RFP contacts.

1.3 Contract Award Process & Schedule

The following schedule is issued for guidance

RFP posted on Curve Lake First Nation website

Last day for bidders* written questions

Final date for issue of addenda (responses to Questions)

RFP Closing

Contract Awarded

Construction Start Date

April 13, 2018

April 28, 2018

April 26, 2018

May 6, 2018

May 18, 2018

June 1, 2018

  • visit to the project site, Farm Lot 16-2 and Farm Lot 19-6-5 and Farm Lot 6-25, 6-26, 6-27, 6-28 and 6-29, will be available upon request.

1.4 Agreement duration and primary work location

The successful contractor shall complete all work related to this documents on or before June 30, 2019.

The Housing Coordinator has the right to issue a subsequent RFP or public tender to address new work as it arises. The decision whether to amend an existing contract and/or to issue subsequent RFP or tender is at the sole discretion of Curve Lake First Nation.

2.0 Service Requirements

The proponent will be responsible for completing work as described in the following section. The requirements in this section will prevail as enduring requirements for service delivery throughout the effective period of any contract(s) resulting from the RFP.

The Proponent will be responsible for working collaboratively with the Curve Lake First Nation. Contact will be responsible for providing direction to the Contractor and for resolving issues related to all aspects of the project.

2.1 Scope of the Work

The scope of work shall include, but not be limited to, the construction of seven (7) single family residential units with 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom and laundry hook u with a full basement as well as all building elements, systems, and service connections. The Contractor shall provide all services as required to meet the objectives outlined in this document.

2.2??? Construction

The contractor shall submit product lists, product data, and samples to Curve Lake First Nation, who will ensure they are in full compliance with Contract Documents. The Contractors shall not substitute any specified product or material with any product or material without the express approval of Housing Coordinator.

The contractor shall provide full product and system submittal of the following components and systems to enable the Private Housing Sector Initiative to determine whether the Contractor*s proposal materials, equipment, and installation methods are in compliance with the contract documents:

Blueprints

  • Excavating (Lots, Driveway Rough in, Foundations)
  • Foundation
  • Exterior Walls (Frame Work and Finishing)
  • Interior Walls (Dry wall and Painting)
  • Insulation
  • All Finishing Interior and Exterior (Kitchen Cupboards, bathroom fixtures, etc.)
  • Windows and Doors
  • Shingled Roofing (Standard Shingles)
  • Septic and Well
  • Home Heating System and Heat Recovery Ventilator
  • Water Heater, Water Treatment if Required

Curve Lake First Nation shall schedule required Plan Examination and funds will be released following the successful completion of the following inspection stages: Site Inspection and Excavating, Footings, Foundation and Drainage, Structural Frame, Insulation and Vapor Barrier and Final Interior and Exterior.

The Curve Lake First Nation will notify the Contractor of work that does not conform to the Contract and construction documents and will provide recommendations on how the work should be corrected.

2.3?? Warranty Phase

Throughout the standard one-year construction warranty period, the Contractor shall, if requested support and Curve Lake First Nation in identifying or resolving deficiencies, as well as the remedial and the corrective work that are or could become items for correction under warranty provision.

The Housing Coordinator and Contractor shall perform a site review of the project within 30 days before expiry of the warranty period. The project manager shall develop and distribute a deficiency list of warranty items for correction prior to sign-off by the Housing Coordinator and Inspector.

2.4 General Requirements

The Contractor shall:

  • Comply with applicable code requirements;
  • Utilize all relevant information pertinent to building design including plans, specifications, codes and standards; and
  • Access available information resources regarding the property as needed, including those from the Public Work Department.

2.5 DELIVERABLES

2.5.1 Operation and Maintenance Manuals

The Contractor shall provide the manufacturer*s operation and maintenance manuals for all appliances and other equipment.

2.5.2 Warranty Information

The Contractor shall provide the manufacturer*s warranty information for all installed materials, systems, and equipment.

2.5.3 Amended or annotated construction plans

Upon completion of the work, the Contractor shall provide an annotated or an otherwise amended copy of the construction plans, clearly indicating any variance from the project plans and specifications or the technical requirements of this document. The Contractor*s amendment shall adhere to the same standard of information as provided in the original Construction Document.

3.0. ADMINISTRATIVE AND LEGAL REQUIREMENTS

3.1 Business Registration

The proponent may be required to be registered to carry on business in accordance with applicable laws.

The status of a proponent*s business registration does not preclude the submission of a proposal in response to this RFP. A proposal can be accepted for evaluation, regardless of (i) whether the company is registered, or (ii) whether its business registration is in good standing. However, a contract cannot be awarded unless the successful proponent is registered and in good standing, in accordance with applicable laws.

If the proponent*s business is not required to register in Ontario, the proponent will be required to submit registration from their applicable jurisdiction.

3.2 Contract

After the evaluation, the successful proponent(s) will be required to sign the contract that will constitute the legal agreement with Curve Lake First Nation for this project and govern all aspects of the services/goods to be delivered.

3.3 Resource Management

In the event the proponent is awarded a Contract subsequent to this RFP, it is understood that the Proponent commits to making the staff, equipment, and software described in the Proposal available to conduct the Work when needed, and to take any steps necessary to ensure the ongoing availability of its proposed resources for the duration of the Contract.

3.4 Joint Ventures

Curve Lake First Nation acknowledges there may be mutually beneficial business reasons for proponents to partner with other companies in the submission of a joint RFP response. In such case, all parties are to be identified and their roles identified per task, including a distinct breakout for key individual partnering contractors and summaries for each partner.

3.5 Change process

Any substitution or change in specified materials or building methods must be approved by Curve Lake First Nation.

The Contractor shall direct all potential or requested changes in the work to the Housing Coordinator in written form. The document shall outline the reason for the change, a cost estimate, schedule impact and all specific details.

If Curve Lake First Nation approves of these changes, a ※Contemplated Change Order§ (CCO) shall be issued to the Contractor.

The Contractor shall provide a quotation line in the form of a breakdown costs for the Housing Coordinators review and recommendation.

If the CCO is accepted, the Housing Coordinator shall issue a Change Order (CO) to the contract with a signature from Curve Lake First Nation Signing authority.

All changes shall be made by CO even though a change may not alter the contract amount.

3.6 Contract Closure

Curve Lake First Nation will review the project for Substantial Performance of the Work and prepare and distribute a list of outstanding deficiencies. When appropriate Curve Lake First Nation will issue a ※Certificate of Substantial Performance of the Work§

The Contractor shall submit the required annotated construction plan, as described in Section 2.5.3 prior to closeout.

3.7 OTHER IMPORTANT PROVISION

3.7.1 Insurance and Liability

The Contractor will indemnify and hold harmless Curve Lake First Nation, from any and all claims, demands, actions and costs whatsoever for which the Contractor is legally liable that may arise, directly or indirectly out of any negligent act or omission of the Contractor, his Sub-Contractors, or his or their employees or agents, in the performance of this Agreement by the contractor.

3.7.2 Invoicing

All invoices for Contractor Services shall be fully supported, itemized statement including:

  • Details of the work performed
  • Details of incurred costs and expenses
  • Listing of the number of hours worked by persons assigned to the project
  • The hourly rates charged for each person assigned to the projec

The timeline of invoicing will be discussed after the selection of the contractor.

 

3.7.3 Detailed Project Cost Information

The Contractor shall provide Curve Lake First Nation with all the cost attributed to the project upon request to Curve Lake First Nation. This includes but not limited to cost of material, labour, installation, hourly rates for the contractor or subcontractors, and copies of the original invoice.

3.7.4 Permits and Fees

Not Required

3.7.5 Ownership and Use of Documents

All documents prepared by the Contractor are instruments of service and are the property of Curve Lake First Nation, whether the work be executed or not. Curve Lake First Nation reserves the right to use the work executed for any other purpose without the written permission of the Contractor.

 

4.0 Proposal Format

To help ensure consistency in proponent responses and facilities the evaluation process, the proposal should be prepared and packaged as outlined in the section that follows.

4.1 RFP Proposal Package

A complete proposal package is comprised of the element below, presented in the other listed:

One (1) business registration profile

Proof of errors & omissions and liability, and/or other insurance required by their professional association. The Contractor will provide the Housing Coordinator with acceptable evidence of all required insurance prior to the commencement of the work and will promptly provide the Housing Coordinator a certified true copy of each policy

Proof of workers compensation board (WSIB) coverage

One (1) Letter of Introduction 每 This should identify the Proponent and be signed by a signing officer for the Proponent in order to bind the Proponent to the statements made in the Proposal. The letter of Introduction shall also include:

  • A summary of the proponent*s experience in home construction, including years of experience performing such work.

One (1) Curriculum vitae of the Proponent*s manager who will lead the delivery of all services included in the RFP

One (1) Curriculum vitae of the Proponent*s site superintendent or foreman who will manage and supervise onsite activities.

One (1) sealed cost proposal envelope, containing:

  • One (1) Fixed price cost proposal (Section 4.3.1)

4.2 External Packaging

Label the external packaging enclosing the submitted materials as follows:

Proponent*s name

RFP#001-2018

Title: Proposal Construction of seven (7) single-family detached residential units,

Farm Lot 16-2 and Farm Lot 19-6-5 and Farm Lot 6-25, 6-26, 6-27, 6-28 and 6-29, Curve Lake First Nation

Download the full RFP Details

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Organizational Services Review RFP: HR, Finance & Communication Strategy https://www.google.com//c86/tender/organizational-services-review-rfp-hr-finance-communication-strategy Mon, 16 Apr 2018 18:04:47 +0000 /c86/?post_type=vl_tenders&p=328956 Organizational Services Review RFP: HR, Finance & Communication Strategy RFP SUMMARY Scope of Service Organizational Services Review: HR, Finance and Communication Strategy RFP # 2018RFP-01 RFP Issued By Indigenous Diabetes Health Circle (IDHC) Issue date April 16, 2018 Closing Date/Time Proposals must be received before 16:00 hours (4:00 pm) Easter Standard Time on: May 02, […]

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Organizational Services Review RFP: HR, Finance & Communication Strategy

  1. RFP SUMMARY
Scope of Service Organizational Services Review: HR, Finance and Communication Strategy
RFP # 2018RFP-01
RFP Issued By Indigenous Diabetes Health Circle (IDHC)
Issue date April 16, 2018
Closing Date/Time Proposals must be received before 16:00 hours (4:00 pm) Easter Standard Time on: May 02, 2018 NO LATE PROPOSALS WILL BE ACCEPTED.
IDHC Contact Information and Questions

All enquiries related to this RFP including any requests for information, questions, and clarification, are to be directed to the following email address: executivedirector@idhc.life.

The IDHC will respond if time permits. Information obtained from any other source is not official and should not be relied upon. Enquiries and any responses will be recorded and may be distributed to all Proponents at the IDHC’s option.

Delivery of Proposals A PDF copy of your proposal must be delivered via email to:

Indigenous Diabetes Health Circle (IDHC)
Attention: Executive Director
3250 Schmon Parkway, Unit 1B
Thorold, ON, L2V 4Y6
RE: 2018RFP-01

Proposal envelopes should be clearly marked with the name and the address of the proponent, the RFP number and the RFP project name. Proposals may not be sent by regular mail, facsimile or in person.

NO LATE PROPOSALS WILL BE ACCEPTED.

Short Listed Proponents For those Proponents which have not been contacted by end of business day on May 22, 2018, will serve as notice that their proposal submission was unsuccessful.
Successful Proponent Notified May 22, 2018 Expected Start Date of Project: June 04, 2018 Expected End Date of Project:
September 10, 2018
Proponent’s Submissions A person authorized to sign on behalf of the proponent must complete and sign the Proponent Section (below), leaving the rest of this page otherwise unaltered and include the originally-signed and completed page with the proposal.
  1. SUMMARY OF REQUIREMENTS

The Indigenous Diabetes Health Circle (IDHC) requires the services of a Consultant/s to conduct a review and provide recommendations for the following IDHC functions:

  • Human Resources
  • Finance
  • Communication Strategy 每 Internal & External

The terms and conditions applicable to this RFP are identified in Appendix A 每 Definitions and Administrative Requirements. Submission of a proposal in response to this RFP indicates acceptance of all terms and conditions that are included in Appendix A, and any addenda subsequently issued by the IDHC. Provisions in proposals that contradict any of the terms of this RFP will not be considered.

  1. BACKGROUND

WHO WE ARE

The Indigenous Diabetes Health Circle (※IDHC§) incorporated in 1997 and is a not-for-profit organization that plays a unique role in Ontario*s Indigenous diabetes healthcare sector. The IDHC leads the development and coordination of holistic and cultural diabetic healing practices in Ontario. This includes the development of standards and methodologies that incorporate the body, mind and spirit of our clientele and their family, restoring balance so they can increase their understanding of the disease, make informed decisions and self-manage their lives.

Working with our partners, we help improve the depth and breadth of Indigenous diabetes health by building and maintaining critical partnerships. We provide a variety of wellness programs that strive to reduce the impact of diabetes on our People.

We are funded by the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (MOHLTC) and our work is supported by the Independent First Nations of Ontario and is guided by a Board of Directors comprised of representatives from the following 5 Ontario Indigenous organizations:

  • Association of Iroquois and Allied Indians,
  • M谷tis Nation of Ontario,
  • Ontario Federation of Indigenous Friendship Centres,
  • Ontario Native Women*s Association and the Union of Indians, and the
  • Union of Ontario Indians.

The IDHC has over 20 employees, a combination of contract and permanent.

VISION

Indigenous peoples have the tools, knowledge and ability to make healthy choices and live free of diabetes, now and in future generations.

 

MISSION

The IDHC will achieve the vision by supporting Indigenous communities, families and individuals by:

  • Promoting holistic wellness models;
  • Building on traditional teachings & best practices to develop and provide programs, education & resources; and
  • Building relationships & community capacity.

VALUES

In the pursuit of our Mission and Vision the IDHC values:

  • Respect for autonomy and diversity;
  • Community based and responsive services;
  • Holistic wellness (body, mind and spirit);
  • A spirit of sharing and cooperation, and
  • Personal choice and the right to privacy.

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The Mohawk Council would like to list the following RFP;

Start Date: Thursday, April 12th, 2018.

End Date: Monday April 30th, 2018.

The Mohawk Council of Akwesasne is seeking proposals from Consultants with expertise in public administration, economics and finance to provide a comprehensive analysis and assessment of the real costs of MCA governance as projected under Entewatatha:wi Final Agreements.

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Electoral Officer Tender https://www.google.com//c86/tender/electoral-officer-tender Tue, 10 Apr 2018 22:37:35 +0000 /c86/?post_type=vl_tenders&p=328535 ELECTORAL OFFICER TENDER Sagamok Anishnawbek is seeking letters of interest for an Electoral Officer for the upcoming elections that are scheduled on Wednesday, August 15, 2018. The letter of interest must include a budgetary list of the associated costs to complete the election process and a schedule of the election must be included. The following […]

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ELECTORAL OFFICER TENDER

Sagamok Anishnawbek is seeking letters of interest for an Electoral Officer for the upcoming elections that are scheduled on Wednesday, August 15, 2018.

The letter of interest must include a budgetary list of the associated costs to complete the election process and a schedule of the election must be included.

The following criteria must be met and noted within the letter of expression;

  • Must have the training required for the Election Regulations based on the Indian Act, aware of the required timelines and reporting for the election requirements.
  • Previous experience as an Electoral Officer is required.
  • Facilitate the Election, and establish alternate arrangements as required;
  • Verify the results of the first nation election;
  • Facilitate any appeals following the Election;
  • Submit the final election results to INAC as per process.

Please submit the required information to before April 30, 2018 at 12:00 p.m.

Attention: Alan Ozawanimke, Chief Executive Officer
Sagamok Anishnawbek
PO Box 610,
4007 Espaniel Street
Massey, ON P0P 1P0

Email: info@sagamok.ca

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RFP 每 M谷tis Nation of Ontario ESC Support and Orientation https://www.google.com//c86/tender/rfp-metis-nation-of-ontario-esc-support-and-orientation Tue, 10 Apr 2018 22:06:16 +0000 /c86/?post_type=vl_tenders&p=328534 M谷TIS NATION OF ONTARIO REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS The M谷tis Nation of Ontario (MNO) is seeking professional services to create and develop a comprehensive orientation manual and accompanying training for new support staff in MNO*s Education and Training Branch. Release Date: Wednesday, April 11, 2018 Closing Date: Friday, April 27, 2018 1. OVERVIEW OF SERVICES REQUIRED […]

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M谷TIS NATION OF ONTARIO
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

The M谷tis Nation of Ontario (MNO) is seeking professional services to create and develop a comprehensive orientation manual and accompanying training for new support staff in MNO*s Education and Training Branch.

Release Date: Wednesday, April 11, 2018
Closing Date: Friday, April 27, 2018

1. OVERVIEW OF SERVICES REQUIRED

The M谷tis Nation of Ontario (MNO) is seeking professional services to develop an orientation manual, training for new support staff positions within the MNO and provide ongoing consultative support when required 每 to support the work of various programming and services to support children and youth success in the school system. The orientation manual will need to include specific knowledge and processes of MNO internal structures, and external partner engagement processes, including all relevant policy and procedures to support children in school settings. The manual will need to include specific information of school and school board supports including a breakdown of who provides supports and the legal responsibly of School boards in Ontario and relevant policy and procedures. The manual will also need to include a breakdown of supports available across Ontario Ministries, and detail processes for accessing those supports.

The successful contractor will administer training on the orientation manual and accompanying documents to newly hired staff in the Education Support Coordinator position. Resources will be utilized to prepare staff in this new positon to support Ontario M谷tis youth and M谷tis community families by providing advocacy and navigation services for families seeking supports within the education system. New support staff will need a focused manual that ensures cultural supports and resources are easily accessible for M谷tis students and families.

The M谷tis youth population in Ontario continues to grow substantially and while the MNO has several programs and funding to support the Metis youth there continue to be gaps in access to resources and supports for M谷tis students and families. There continues to be a lack of understanding on the supports available in schools and the legal responsibility of school boards in providing supports to students and their families. New support positions will ensure that these supports are known to M谷tis students and families and will help bridge the knowledge gap that currently exists.

The MNO seeks a firm that has knowledge of Indigenous education programming and an understanding of wrap around supports needed for Indigenous students and families. The overall work plan will include a risk assessment for new support positions as well as a series of relevant accompanying documents including client intake forms and assessment forms.

THE M谷TIS NATION OF ONTARIO

Since its establishment in 1993, the MNO has advocated for and represented the collective rights, interests and ambitions of M谷tis communities within Ontario as a part of the larger M谷tis Nation through its democratically-elected governance structures at the local, regional and provincial levels.

Every four years, M谷tis citizens have the opportunity to choose their provincial and regional leadership (the Provisional Council of the MNO), by voting in province-wide ballot box elections In addition, MNO Chartered Community Councils have been established throughout the province. They get their mandate to support local governance through signed Community Charter agreements, and work collaboratively to represent the rights and interests of regional rights-bearing M谷tis communities throughout the province. There are also active provincial Veteran*s, Women*s and Youth Councils.

The MNO delivers a range of programs, services and technical support in the areas of health, labour market development, education, housing, intergovernmental affairs and lands resources and consultation through its province-wide infrastructure. MNO currently has over 200 staff working in 32 offices across Ontario. For more information please see the MNO*s most recent annual report at http://www.M谷tisnation.org/about-the-mno/annual-reports/.

2. NATURE AND SCOPE OF WORK

The firm selected will be retained to provide an operations manual and training pertinent to MNO*s Statement of Prime Purpose, and will provide recommendations to the Provisional Council of the MNO and MNO*s senior management team. This project will be directed through a centralized process administered by MNO Senior Management. The scope of work will include, but not be limited to, the following functions:

? Initial consultation with MNO Senior Management on the projected work plan and goals of the project prior to start of the project;
? Review and analysis of school, school board and Ministry education supports, including identification of legal obligation to provide supports in Ontario;
? Development of step by step processes for new staff to clearly understand the role of the MNO in respect to existing supports in schools;
? Development of an orientation manual and accompanying procedural training to be provided to new support staff;
? Engagement with MNO senior management through each development phase of orientation manual;
? Development of relevant documents needed to perform the new position including: client consent forms, client intake forms, and intake assessment forms;
? Development of risk management framework to be used by MNO senior management for new support staff to accompany orientation manual;

Final presentation on orientation manual and proposed training presented to PCMNO and senior management prior to hiring new staff;

General Requirements

? Applicant will have experience and knowledge in generally working with M谷tis, First Nation or Inuit governments or Indigenous organizations;
? Applicant has knowledge of Indigenous education programming, and MNO*s current supports to students and families;
? Applicant has general knowledge and experience working with school boards and school supports across various Ministries in Ontario;
? Demonstrated knowledge in developing orientation manuals, guides, and training for new staff positions;
? Demonstrated knowledge and experience in culturally relevant and responsive evaluation approaches;
? Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively and respectfully with Indigenous communities;
? Strong understanding of M谷tis culture, history, and contemporary issues affecting the M谷tis Nation and youth in particular;
? In depth knowledge of overall Ontario School Board policy and procedures and accessing school resources to support children and youth
? Preference will be given to Indigenous Firms.

3. COMPENSATION

Terms and timelines for payment will be specified in the finalized retainer and contract for services.

4. PROPOSAL RESPONSE GUIDELINES

To ensure a proposal is considered for evaluation it must include all the information requested and be presented in the order described below:

4.1 Cover Letter

The cover letter must:

? Clearly reference the project title and number of the RFP;

? Be dated and signed by a person authorized to negotiate, make commitments, and provide any clarifications with respect to the proposal on behalf of the bidding contractor;

? Include a statement indicating your understanding of the proposed services and requirements;

? Highlight relevant qualifications experience;

? Indicate the capacity to provide the services.

4.2 The Proposal – Qualifications and Experience

The proposal must outline and include the following:

? Applicant will have experience and knowledge in generally working with M谷tis, First Nation or Inuit governments or Indigenous organizations;

? Applicant has knowledge of Indigenous education programming, and MNO*s current supports to students and families;

? Applicant has general knowledge and experience working with school boards and school supports across various Ministries in Ontario;

? Demonstrated knowledge in developing orientation manuals, guides, and training for new staff positions;

? Demonstrated knowledge and experience in culturally relevant and responsive evaluation approaches;

? Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively and respectfully with Indigenous communities; and

? Strong understanding of M谷tis culture, history, and contemporary issues affecting the M谷tis Nation and youth in particular.

4.3 References

? Please supply three relevant references including the name, title, telephone and email address of the contact person.

4.4 Innovation

? Provide details of any possible innovative ideas, suggestions or opportunities for improvement that would enhance the project, process or required outcomes indicated within this RFP.

4.5 Costs and Charges

? Provide the hourly rates for the team proposed to conduct the work.

5. SUBMISSION

As a potential supplier of these professional services, you are invited to submit a proposal in accordance with the terms and conditions detailed in this document to the following contact:

Jade Bourbonniere
Supervisor of Projects
JadeB@metisnation.org

Proposals received after the Friday, April 27 @ 11:59pm will not be considered.

6. PROJECT SCHEDULE

? RFP Release Date: April 11, 2018

? Closing Date: April 27, 2018

? Project Completion: July 1, 2018 (negotiable)

7. SELECTION PROCESS

Upon closing, all proposals will be reviewed for completeness. Only completed proposals will be brought forward for further consideration and final decision.

Eligible proposals will be evaluated based on the response guidelines in Section 4 as follows

8. PERIOD OF AGREEMENT

The term of any contractual agreement will be from the date of the award to be defined in the retainer agreement.

9. TERMS AND CONDITIONS

9.1. The M谷tis Nation of Ontario (MNO) will not be responsible for any costs incurred by a contractor in preparing and submitting proposals and/or attending interviews. The MNO accepts no liability of any kind to a contractor prior to the signing of a contract.

9.2. Submission of a proposal shall not obligate, nor should it be construed as obligating the MNO to accept any such proposal or to proceed further with the project. The MNO may, in their sole discretion, elect not to proceed with the project, and may elect not to accept any or all proposals for any reason.

9.3. Contractors may amend or withdraw their proposals prior to the closing date and time specified in the RFP by way of written notice.

9.4. The contractor must identify any information in its proposal that it considers to be confidential or proprietary.

9.5. The contractor will be expected to comply with the MNO*s conflict of interest policy, and must identify any areas of potential conflict in its work with other clients and will be expected to work in the best interests of the M谷tis Nation of Ontario.

9.6 All proposals and accompanying documentation received under this competition will become the property of the MNO and will not be returned.

9.7. The MNO reserves the right to accept or reject, in whole or in part, any or all proposals.

9.8. The MNO reserves the right to cancel and/or re-issue this RFP at any time for any reason without penalty.

9.9. The contractor*s proposal shall form part of the contractual agreement by attachment and will be incorporated by reference.

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CCAB Audited Financial Statement 每 Auditor Request for Proposals https://www.google.com//c86/tender/ccab-audited-financial-statement-auditor-request-for-proposals Mon, 02 Apr 2018 15:40:42 +0000 /c86/?post_type=vl_tenders&p=327488 CCAB Audited Financial Statement 每 Auditor Request for Proposals Issued by: Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB) Request for Proposals Issued on: March 29, 2018 Proposal Submission Deadline: 5:00 pm EST on April 12, 2018 CCAB shall not be obligated in any manner to any Proponent whatsoever until a written agreement has been duly executed […]

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CCAB Audited Financial Statement 每 Auditor
Request for Proposals

Issued by: Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB)
Request for Proposals Issued on: March 29, 2018
Proposal Submission Deadline: 5:00 pm EST on April 12, 2018
CCAB shall not be obligated in any manner to any Proponent whatsoever until a written agreement has
been duly executed with a Supplier.

  1. Statement of Purpose

The Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (※CCAB§) is seeking bids from qualified accounting firms (※Audit Firm and/or The Auditor§) who have demonstrated professional competence and experience in annual financial audits (※Services§) outlined in this Request for Proposal (※RFP§). Audits must be planned and executed in accordance with Canadian generally accepted auditing standards. Audits will result in an opinion to the fairness of the annual consolidated financial statements and related schedules of the organization.

  1. Background Information

2.1? Company Overview

Since 1984, CCAB has been bridging the gap between the mainstream corporate sector and the Aboriginal community. CCAB works to improve economic self-reliance of Aboriginal communities while assisting corporate businesses. It is a non-partisan/non-profit organization. It is largely supported through corporate funding, event sponsorship and membership dues with some support from Government for Research and Program development.

CCAB was founded in 1984 by a small group of visionary business and community leaders committed to the full participation of Aboriginal Peoples in Canada*s economy. CCAB offers knowledge, resources, and programs to both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal member companies that fosters mutual economic opportunities with Aboriginal Peoples and business across Canada.

After 32 years working to improve economic self-reliance of Aboriginal communities and assisting corporate businesses, CCAB has grown to over 550 member companies across Canada and the majority are Aboriginal businesses. As we continue to grow our membership, programs, research, and event offerings, CCAB invites you to join us in bridging the gap between Canada*s Aboriginal and business communities.

2.2? Organization Chart
An organization chart is attached.

2.3? Financial Statements
CCAB*s audited financial statements for the year ended December 31, 2016 are attached.

2.4? Key Financial Systems
CCAB utilizes the Quick Books financial system.

2.5?? Audit Responsibility
The overall responsibility for the audit rests with the President/CEO and Director, Finance.

2.6 Audit and Finance Committee
The Audit and Finance committee has been established by the Board of Directors and meets regularly throughout the year. The individuals in charge of the audit will be expected to meet with the Finance and Audit committee.

2.7? Internal Audit
CCAB does not have an internal auditor.
Audited Financial Statement 每 Auditor RFP

  1. Scope of Services Required

The Auditor will be required to examine the financial records, systems and controls of the CCAB in accordance with Canadian generally accepted auditing standards and to then provide written audit reports with an audit opinion on the financial statements. The Auditor will be required to attend a meeting of the Board to present and explain as necessary the audit reports.

In addition, the Auditor is expected to provide a management letter(s), addressed to the Treasurer, for the year outlining the results of the audit with any noted significant discrepancies, areas of concern or weaknesses encountered in the examination of the financial statements and provide recommendations for improvement.

CCAB does have an audit and finance committee. The Auditor will report audit findings to the Audit and Finance Committee and the Director of Finance, Financial Reporting during the course of the audit engagement.

The Auditor will ensure all new or changed reporting requirements and auditing standards are communicated to CCAB, in writing, to ensure that financial statements and notes prepared by management are in compliance with current reporting requirements and auditing standards.

The Auditor will respond to and discuss with the CCAB*s staff any accounting, auditing, tax and other issues arising throughout the year. Inquiries, if any, would be infrequent, usually brief and specific in nature, and may require a written confirmation. It is expected that such inquiries would be included in the fee schedule provided and would not incur additional billing or that CCAB staff would be advised of any additional charges prior to services being provided.

Annual Audit Schedule

The following audit schedule will be required for the year of the agreement:

  • Pre audit meeting with staff – mid February
  • Audit plan and schedule – 3rd to last week of February
  • Reconciliations and working papers completed by CCAB staff 每 1st to 2nd week of March
  • Year-end audit – 3rd to last week of March
  • Audit completed & Audit Report letters – 3rd week of April
  • Management letter(s) 每 on or before May 30th

CCAB staff will be responsible for the year- end close and financial statement preparation. Staff will assist the external auditors by preparing a full set of working papers, schedules, a trial balance and supporting documentation on a timely basis.

  1. Terms and Conditions

4.1??????? Commencement of Services

Notice in writing to the successful Bidder of the approval of its Proposal and the appointment of auditors by the CCAB Board of Directors and the subsequent execution of an engagement letter and contract shall constitute the making of the Contract for Services.

Audited Financial Statement 每 Auditor RFP

4.2?????????? Termination of Contract

CCAB may terminate this agreement at any time for:

1. Inadequate or non-performance; or
Breach of any term agreed to; or
If the Audit Firm is adjudged bankrupt or makes general assignment for the benefit of credits, or a receiver, or trustee in bankruptcy or similar officer is appointed to take charge of all or part of its property; and such conditions are not cured within thirty (30) days of notice thereof from CCAB to the Audit Firm; or

  1. Upon thirty (30) days* notice.

4.3? Remuneration
With reference to remuneration:

  • In no case will the total remuneration for the fiscal year exceed the all-inclusive maximum cost as agreed to in the engagement letter as amended by any approved changes; and
  • Any changes to the purpose of the audit or inclusion of additional work shall be agreed to in writing by the auditor and CCAB as to remuneration before any such work is commenced.

4.4?? Indemnity

The Audit Firm will indemnify and save harmless CCAB, it*s employees and agents from and against all claims, demands, losses, damages, costs and expenses made against or incurred, suffered or sustained by CCAB at any time or times (either before or after the expiration or sooner termination of the audit term) where the same or any of them are based upon or arise out of or from anything done or omitted to be done by the Audit Firm or by any servant, employee, officer, director or sub-contractor of the Audit Firm.

4.5? Work Performance

Performance of the work will be conducted both on and offsite 每 the successful Audit Firm needs to carry out work in CCAB offices as well as their office location and communications will be via email, telephone and in-person.

4.6?? Insurance

The Auditor shall maintain professional liability insurance with a limit of not less than $2,000,000 per occurrence, insuring the Audit Firm*s liability resulting from error and omission in the performance of the Services during the audit.

4.7 Experience and Qualifications

The Auditor must meet the following minimum requirements to be considered for evaluation pursuant to this RFP:

  • The assigned staff must hold a valid accounting designation and have previous experience in performing a non-profit organization audit engagement.
  • Completed an audit of similar size and scope within the last three years.
  • Audited Financial Statement 每 Auditor RFP
  • Demonstrate an understanding of legislation relevant to the non-profit environment.
  • Have sufficient staffing, facilities, financial resources and expertise to address the scope of the audit services.
  • Demonstrate a commitment to providing reasonable annual continuity of experienced and qualified personnel.
  1. Submission Deadline

All proposals are due by 5:00pm EST on Friday, October 13, 2017. Any proposal received after the required time and date specified for receipt shall be considered late and non-responsive. Any late proposal will not be evaluated for reward.

5.1?????? Expenses of Audit Firm

The Audit Firm has the sole responsibility for any costs associated with preparing its proposal in response to this RFP. In no event will CCAB be responsible for costs of preparation or submission of any proposal. Furthermore, the Audit Firm, by submitting a proposal, agrees that it will not claim damages for any reasons, relating to the Agreement or in respect of the competitive process. The Audit Firm, by submitting a proposal, waives any claim for loss of profits if no agreement is made with the Audit Firm.

Item Date
?1. RFP distribution to Audit Firm ?Thursday, March 29, 2018
?2. Proposal submission due ?Thursday, April 12, 2018
?3. Final Audit Firm selection ?Thursday, May 31, 2018
?4. Announcement of successful bidder(s) ?Monday, June 4, 2018
?Pre audit meeting with staff Commences 2nd to 3rd week of
February 2019
?Audit plan and schedule Commences 3rd to last week of
February 2019
?Reconciliations and working papers completed by CCAB staff End of February to 1st week of
March 2019
?Year-end audit ?2nd to 3rd week of March 2019
?Audit completed & Audit Report letters ?3rd of April 2019
?Management letter ?Before May 15th , 2019
?Presentation at Annual General Meeting ?TBD 每 first week of June
  1. Guidelines for Proposal Preparation

6.1??????? Required Bid Submission Documents

The submitted proposals are to include each of the following sections:

A. Appendix A – Submission Form;
B. Appendix B 每 Value Added Bid Enhancements;
C.? Appendix C – CCAB Participation Points.

Audited Financial Statement 每 Auditor RFP

  1. Evaluation and Selection Process

7.1?????? Selection Criteria

CCAB is aware of the benefits that can arise from a good quality audit. Accordingly, attributes concerning quality of the firm and audit team, and proposed audit strategy, are emphasized below. The following criteria must be specifically addressed in the proposal submission.

Submissions must include resumes of the senior members of the proposed audit team and outline the capability of the Audit Firm and Audit Team. This shall include:

a.? The location and overall size of the Audit Firm, the experience and capabilities of its partners, managers and staff in the audit of organizations similar to CCAB;

b. Information on contributions made by the Audit Firm in improving the financial administration of other First Nations enterprises;

c. The Audit Firm*s availability of resources to ensure deadlines are met in a timely manner;

d. Policies on notification to clients of changes in key personnel, and staff continuity on each audit; and

e. Other services that are available from the Audit Firm;

Proposed audit strategy:

General audit strategies and methodology employed, including but not limited to:

a. Business risks
b. Internal control
c. Computer use

Awareness of the perceived audit needs and understanding of the key issues facing CCAB, the implications of these issues for the conduct of the audit and particular audit strategies and methodology for CCAB including, but not limited to:

  • Preliminary audit plan
  • Substantive audit procedures to be performed
  • Compliance audit procedures to be performed
  • Report deliverables; and
  • Time budget including total estimated hours for partners, managers and staff.

Price:

The resulting all-inclusive maximum cost for which the requested work will be performed. These amounts should be contained in the proposal submission and should clearly establish the basis for remuneration, separating professional fees from other expenses.

All bids submitted will be graded based on the following criteria:

  • Cost (25)
  • Work Plan (25)
  • Work Samples (25)
  • Experience in Similar Projects (15)

Audited Financial Statement 每 Auditor RFP

  • References (5)
  • Value Added Bid Enhancements (5) 每 Appendix B
  • TOTAL: 100 points (converted to a percent)
  • CCAB Participation Points (6) – Appendix C

The proposals will be evaluated by the Treasurer and Executive Committee and those with a vested interest and involvement in the selection.

All proposals will be subject to a comprehensive analysis and evaluation, based upon the best overall value to CCAB.

CCAB intends to retain the successful Audit Firm pursuant to a ※Best Value§ basis, not a ※Low Bid§ basis. In order for CCAB to properly evaluate the proposals received, all proposals submitted in response to this RFP must be formatted in accordance with the sequence noted above.

The successful Audit Firm will be required to sign a service agreement with the CCAB for services provided.

7.2??????????? Proposal Submission

a. The proposal submission should address all factors identified as the evaluation criteria in the same order as above. Failure to address all factors will impair the proposal and CCAB will not be obliged to seek clarification or inclusion of vague or incomplete information in making its selection.

b. The Audit Firm should include two statements concerning independence as follows:

  • Confirming that any non-audit services performed by the Audit Firm for CCAB will neither prejudice the independence implicit in an audit engagement nor be in conflict of interest under any governing code of professional ethics;
  • Confirming that the Audit Firm is not economically dependent on the revenues derived from the audit.

c . The Audit Firm should disclose information where they believe there may be a conflict of interest (or state that there is no conflict of interest) including:

  • Information on the Audit Firm*s partners, managers and members of their immediate family who are members of CCAB Board of Directors or in a senior management capacity with the CCAB
  • Any other information that might influence the consideration of the Audit Firm*s proposal.

7.3??????? Proposal Administration

???? ? ? ? ? ?? The following procedures will be followed:

1. The proposals received will be reviewed and CCAB reserves the right to seek clarification with respect to proposal content;

2. CCAB will conduct interviews of select Audit Firms responding to this Request for Proposal during the month of April/May 2018;

3. CCAB will confirm the appointment with the selected Audit Firm on or about June 4, 2018.

8. Contact Person

Please submit clearly marked proposals to:

David Abbott
Chief Operating Officer
Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business
2 Berkeley Street, Suite 310
Toronto, ON M5A 4J5
Phone: 416-961-8663 x228
Email: dabbott@ccab.com

Hard copy proposals may be submitted in person, or by mail. Soft copy proposals are to be submitted via e-mail, in PDF format to the e-mail address: dabbott@ccab.com and cc: aquianzon@ccab.com.

Attention: David Abbott. Proposals will not be accepted after the deadline.

All materials submitted in response to the RFP become the property of CCAB and will not be returned. Proposals will be submitted at the sole expense of the sender. It is the applicant*s responsibility to secure proof that his/her proposal has been received by the CCAB within the prescribed time limit.

Any questions concerning requirements, contractual terms and conditions or proposal format must be directed to the contact person listed above.

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RFP MNO Youth Programming https://www.google.com//c86/tender/rfp-mno-youth-programming Wed, 28 Mar 2018 20:10:19 +0000 /c86/?post_type=vl_tenders&p=327077 M谷TIS NATION OF ONTARIO REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS The M谷tis Nation of Ontario (MNO) is seeking the professional services of a contractor/consultant to conduct a review of MNO Youth programming. The objective of the review is to analyze and assess MNO*s existing youth programs and services with a view to ensure these programs remain responsive and […]

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M谷TIS NATION OF ONTARIO
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

The M谷tis Nation of Ontario (MNO) is seeking the professional services of a contractor/consultant to conduct a review of MNO Youth programming. The objective of the review is to analyze and assess MNO*s existing youth programs and services with a view to ensure these programs remain responsive and respect the diverse and evolving needs of youth, including their need to feel safe and supported in their journeys toward connecting with their M谷tis identity, heritage, community and culture.

Release Date: March 28, 2018

Closing Date:? April 30, 2018

1. OVERVIEW OF SERVICES REQUIRED

The M谷tis Nation of Ontario (MNO) is seeking professional services to conduct a review of the

MNO*s youth focused programs and initiatives, including but not limited to the Infinite Reach Program, Summer Youth Cultural Program, and Canoe Expeditions.? In order to be selected, the successful candidate will have experience and working with M谷tis, First Nation or Inuit governments or Indigenous organizations, including knowledge of MNO programming and service delivery structure.

The M谷tis youth population in Ontario continues to grow substantially and while the MNO has several programs and funding to support the Metis youth there continue to be gaps in programming available to youth. The MNO seeks a researcher to examine and evaluate the MNO*s existing youth services provided in Ontario to consider strengths, gaps and opportunities for enhancement and expansion. This analysis will include an evaluation of past clients that have accessed youth programming to determine how programming has contributed to their need to feel safe and supported their journeys toward discovering their M谷tis identity, heritage and culture. Research will identify wise practices and gaps in current programming and making recommendations for future program change.

THE M谷TIS NATION OF ONTARIO

Since its establishment in 1993, the MNO has advocated for and represented the collective rights, interests and ambitions of M谷tis communities within Ontario as a part of the larger M谷tis Nation through its democratically-elected governance structures at the local, regional and provincial levels.

Every four years, M谷tis citizens have the opportunity to choose their provincial and regional leadership (the Provisional Council of the MNO), by voting in province-wide ballot box elections In addition, MNO Chartered Community Councils have been established throughout the province. They get their mandate to support local governance through signed Community Charter agreements, and work collaboratively to represent the rights and interests of regional rights-bearing M谷tis communities throughout the province. There are also active provincial Veteran*s, Women*s and Youth Councils.

The MNO delivers a range of programs, services and technical support in the areas of health, labour market development, education, housing, intergovernmental affairs and lands resources and consultation through its province-wide infrastructure. MNO currently has over 200 staff working in 32 offices across Ontario. For more information please see the MNO*s most recent annual report at http://www.M谷tisnation.org/aboutthemno/annualreports/.

2. NATURE AND SCOPE OF WORK

The firm selected will be retained to provide advice and guidance to the Provisional Council of the MNO, The M谷tis Nation of Ontario*s Youth Council (MNOYC) and MNO*s senior management team and will be directed through a centralized process administered by MNO Senior Management. The scope of work will include, but not be limited to, the following functions:

  • MNO staff will initiate a consultation with MNOYC seeking their input on existing programs and recommendations on key considerations for the project review.
  • Engagement and Consultation with MNOYC throughout the duration of the project, including: the planning phase of the project and determining engagement with M谷tis youth.
  • Review and analysis of current MNO programs including but not limited to: Infinite Reach, Summer Youth Cultural Program, and Canoe Expeditions.
  • Utilize the MNO network to engage past clients and current youth in order to assess overall program strengths, gaps and areas for improvement (may include interviews with key sources, focus groups, survey etc.)
  • Interviews should be conducted with the following groups, MNOYC, former and current participants in SYCP, IRN, Canoe expedition, and other MNO Youth focused programs.
  • Final report to include an overall analysis and assessment of programming delivered, identification of strengths and wise practices of the current programming, challenges and program and service gaps. Report should also make recommendations.

General Requirements?

  • Applicant will have experience and knowledge in generally working with M谷tis, First

Nation or Inuit governments or Indigenous organizations;

  • Applicant has knowledge of Indigenous youth programming, including MNO youth programming;
  • Knowledge of mixed methods approaches to data collection and analysis, including

Community-Based Participatory Action Research;

  • Demonstrated knowledge and experience in culturally relevant and responsive evaluation approaches;
  • Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively and respectfully with Indigenous Youth and communities;
  • Strong understanding of M谷tis culture, history, and contemporary issues affecting M谷tis Nation and youth in particular;
  • Strong understandings of issues of intersectionality, gender identity;

Preference will be given to Indigenous Firms.

3.?? COMPENSATION

Terms and timelines for payment will be specified in the finalized retainer and contract for services.

4.? PROPOSAL RESPONSE GUIDELINES ?

To ensure a proposal is considered for evaluation it must include all the information requested and be presented in the order described below:

4.1 Cover Letter

The cover letter must:

  • Clearly reference the project title and number of the RFP;
  • Be dated and signed by a person authorized to negotiate, make commitments, and provide any clarifications with respect to the proposal on behalf of the bidding contractor;
  • Include a statement indicating your understanding of the proposed services and requirements;
  • Highlight relevant qualifications experience;
  • Indicate the capacity to provide the services.

4.2 The ProposalQualifications and Experience

The proposal must outline and include the following:

  • Applicant has knowledge of Indigenous youth programming, including MNO youth programming;
  • Knowledge of mixed methods approaches to data collection and analysis, including Community-Based Participatory Action Research;
  • Demonstrated knowledge and experience in culturally relevant and responsive evaluation approaches;
  • Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively and respectfully with Indigenous Youth and?communities;
  • Strong understanding of M谷tis culture, history, and contemporary issues affecting M谷tis Nation and youth in particular;
  • Strong understandings of issues of intersectionality, gender identity;

4.3 References

? Please supply three relevant references including the name, title, telephone and email address of the contact person.

4.4 Innovation

? Provide details of any possible innovative ideas, suggestions or opportunities for improvement that would enhance the project, process or required outcomes indicated within this RFP.

4.5 Costs and Charges

? Provide the hourly rates for the team proposed to conduct the work.? ?

5.? SUBMISSION?

As a potential supplier of these professional services, you are invited to submit a proposal in accordance with the terms and conditions detailed in this document to the following contact:

500 Old St. Patrick Street
Ottawa, ON
K1N 9G4
Email: jadeb@metisnation.org

Closing date and time: April 30th, 2018, at 4:30pm 每 via email. Proposals received after the closing time will not be considered.?

6. PROJECT SCHEDULE?

? RFP Release Date: March 28, 2018

? Closing Date: April 30, 2018

7. SELECTION PROCESS?

Upon closing, all proposals will be reviewed for completeness. Only completed proposals will be brought forward for further consideration and final decision.

Eligible proposals will be evaluated based on the response guidelines in Section 4 as follows

8. PERIOD OF AGREEMENT ?

The term of any contractual agreement will be from the date of the award to be defined in retainer agreement.

9. TERMS AND CONDITIONS?

9.1. The M谷tis Nation of Ontario (MNO) will not be responsible for any costs incurred by a contractor in preparing and submitting proposals and/or attending interviews. The MNO accepts no liability of any kind to a contractor prior to the signing of a contract.

9.2. Submission of a proposal shall not obligate, nor should it be construed as obligating the MNO to accept any such proposal or to proceed further with the project. The MNO may, in their sole discretion, elect not to proceed with the project, and may elect not to accept any or all proposals for any reason.

9.3. Contractors may amend or withdraw their proposals prior to the closing date and time specified in the RFP by way of written notice.

9.4. The contractor must identify any information in its proposal that it considers to be confidential or proprietary.

9.5. The contractor will be expected to comply with the MNO*s conflict of interest policy, and must identify any areas of potential conflict in its work with other clients and will be expected to work in the best interests of the M谷tis Nation of Ontario.

9.6 All proposals and accompanying documentation received under this competition will become the property of the MNO and will not be returned.

9.7. The MNO reserves the right to accept or reject, in whole or in part, any or all proposals.

9.8. The MNO reserves the right to cancel and/or re-issue this RFP at any time for any reason without penalty.

9.9. The contractor*s proposal shall form part of the contractual agreement by attachment and will be incorporated by reference.

 

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Doc1260530275 Supply of Forklift https://www.google.com//c86/tender/doc1260530275-supply-of-forklift Wed, 21 Mar 2018 22:13:39 +0000 /c86/?post_type=vl_tenders&p=326308 Title of RFP: Doc1260530275 Supply of Forklift Sector:? Private Sector Type:? RFP Region: ON Closing Date and Time: 11/4/2018 11:00 Brief Description: This RFP is for the Supply of 4×4 rough terrain forklift with 8,000lb, 10,000lb and 16,000lb lift capacity. Buyer Name: Akhilan Alagaratnam Buyer Email: akhilan.alagaratnam@inergi.ca If you are interested in participating in this […]

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Title of RFP: Doc1260530275 Supply of Forklift
Sector:? Private Sector
Type:? RFP
Region: ON
Closing Date and Time: 11/4/2018 11:00
Brief Description: This RFP is for the Supply of 4×4 rough terrain forklift with 8,000lb, 10,000lb and 16,000lb lift capacity.
Buyer Name: Akhilan Alagaratnam
Buyer Email: akhilan.alagaratnam@inergi.ca

If you are interested in participating in this RFP, please follow the instructions below:

As of January 22, 2018, in order to participate in Hydro One sourcing events and to do business with Hydro One, you must be registered in the SAP Ariba Network.

If you are already registered, please send me an email with your contact details and I will send you an invitation to participate in this RFP.? If you are not registered, please use the following link, via Google Chrome or IE11, to complete registration: http://HydroOne.supplier.ariba.com/register.

For step-by-step instructions on registration, responding to a Hydro One sourcing event and using DocuSign, please refer to the supplier section on the Hydro One website: https://www.hydroone.com/about/suppliers.

Should you have any questions or are experiencing any issues, please contact SupplierContact@HydroOne.com or visit the Ariba SAP help center by following this link: https://support.ariba.com/help.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Upon answering the questions in the Supplier Profile Questionnaire, where it asks ※Have you done business with Hydro One in the past?§ it is important to answer &No* to this question at this time.

Once you have submitted the Supplier Profile Questionnaire, please advise me so I may follow through with the registration approval. Upon approval, you will be invited to participate in this RFP event.

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Instrument Transformers RFP https://www.google.com//c86/tender/instrument-transformers-rfp Mon, 19 Mar 2018 20:51:12 +0000 /c86/?post_type=vl_tenders&p=326038 Title of RFP: INSTRUMENT TRANSFORMERS RFP. Sector: Private Sector Type: RFP Region: ON Closing Date and Time: April 26, 2018 at 1:00pm Eastern Time Brief Description: This RFP is for Low, Medium and High Voltage Instrument Transformers including Current Transformers, Voltage Transformers, Primary Metering Assemblies, Capacitive Voltage Transformers, Inductive Voltage Transformers, Combined Instrument Transformers, and […]

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Title of RFP: INSTRUMENT TRANSFORMERS RFP.

  • Sector: Private Sector
  • Type: RFP
  • Region: ON
  • Closing Date and Time: April 26, 2018 at 1:00pm Eastern Time
  • Brief Description: This RFP is for Low, Medium and High Voltage Instrument Transformers including Current Transformers, Voltage Transformers, Primary Metering Assemblies, Capacitive Voltage Transformers, Inductive Voltage Transformers, Combined Instrument Transformers, and Station Service Voltage Transformers?for Retail and Wholesale applications.
  • Buyer Name: Valentina Shtutman
  • Buyer Email: valentina.shtutman@inergi.ca
  • If you are interested in participating in this RFP, please follow the instructions below:

As of January 22, 2018, in order to participate in Hydro One sourcing events and to do business with Hydro One, you must be registered in the SAP Ariba Network.

If you are already registered, please send me an email with your contact details and I will send you an invitation to participate in this RFP.? If you are not registered, please use the following link, via Google Chrome or IE11, to complete registration:?http://HydroOne.supplier.ariba.com/register?.?

For step-by-step instructions on registration, responding to a Hydro One sourcing event and using DocuSign, please refer to the supplier section on the Hydro One website: https://www.hydroone.com/about/suppliers.?

Should you have any questions or are experiencing any issues, please contact?SupplierContact@HydroOne.com?or visit the Ariba SAP help?center by following this link:?https://support.ariba.com/help.?

IMPORTANT NOTE: Upon answering the questions in the Supplier Profile Questionnaire, where it asks ※Have you done business with Hydro One in the past?§ it is important to answer &No* to this question at this time.

Once you have submitted the Supplier Profile Questionnaire, please advise me so I may follow through with the registration approval.?Upon approval, you will be invited to participate in this RFP event.

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SA Work on petroleum equipments and storag https://www.google.com//c86/tender/sa-work-on-petroleum-equipments-and-storag-2 Mon, 19 Mar 2018 15:10:12 +0000 /c86/?post_type=vl_tenders&p=325959 Date closing??? 2018/12/03 14:00 Eastern Standard Time (EST) Details Reference number??? PW-$QCM-004-15960 Solicitation number??? EF970-133134/B Region of delivery??? Quebec Notice type ?? Notice of Proposed Procurement (NPP) GSIN??? 5169D: Other Installation Work Trade agreement???? Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT) Tendering procedure???? All interested suppliers may submit a bid Procurement entity???? Public Works and Government Services […]

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Date closing??? 2018/12/03 14:00 Eastern Standard Time (EST)

Details

Reference number??? PW-$QCM-004-15960

Solicitation number??? EF970-133134/B

Region of delivery??? Quebec

Notice type ?? Notice of Proposed Procurement (NPP)

GSIN??? 5169D: Other Installation Work

Trade agreement???? Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT)

Tendering procedure???? All interested suppliers may submit a bid

Procurement entity???? Public Works and Government Services Canada

End user entity???? Public Works and Government Services Canada

Description

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:

Nature of Requirements:
Supply Arrangement – Petroleum Equipments and Storage Tank Systems

General Information :

(i) Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC) receives requests on a regular basis from various federal departments forwork to be carried out on different types of storage tank systems at federal facilities.

The main types of storage tank systems that are used in the marine environment and on land are, without being limited to, the following:

fuel distributiontanks (fuel dispensing system, service station, marine, heliport, airport, etc.) storage tanks (used oil, petroleum depot, etc.) emergency power generator supply tanks oil-burning equipment supply tanks oil-water separators

The types of services required under this supply arrangement are as follows:

Project for the construction of storage tank systems in the marine environment or on land (including the removal, modification, installation and/or decommissioning of this type of equipment) Servicing of storage tank systems in the marine environment or on land (including a service call to inspect, solve or repair equipment problems such as oil leaks) Maintenance of storage tank systems in the marine environment or on land (including preventive maintenance of pumps on a fuel dispensing system, pressure tests, leak detection tests, etc.)

(ii) the Identified User for this SA; is Public Works and Government Services Canada, Quebec Region

(iii) the period of the SA is from the SAdate to April 30, 2019;

(iv) this procurement contract may be designated, in whole or in part, by one or several designated users as a set-aside for Aboriginal business pursuant to the federal government’s Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business (PSAB). Supply Arrangement (SA):

A Supply Arrangement (SA) is a method of supply used by Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC) to procure goods and services. A SA is an arrangement between Canada and pre-qualified suppliers that allows identified users to solicit bids from a pool of pre-qualified suppliers for specific requirements within the scope of a SA.

A SA is not a contract for the provision of the goods and services described in it and neither party is legally bound as a result of signing a SA alone. The intent of a SA is to establish a framework to permit expeditious processing of “individual bid solicitations” which result in legally binding contracts for the goods and services described in those bid solicitations

On-going Opportunity for Qualification A request for supply arrangements will be issued in accordance with the process set out below to allow new suppliers to qualify. The already qualified suppliers that were awarded a supply arrangement won’t have to submit a new arrangement.

(i) Permanent notice A few weeks after the award of the first supply arrangments, a permanent notice will be issued on the Government? Electronic Tendering System (GETS) for the duration of the Supply Arrangement. This notice will describe the procurement mechanism and invite suppliers to submit arrangements to become qualified suppliers and be awarded with a supply arrangement.

(ii) New suppliers: new suppliers may submit their application to become holders of a supply arrangement during the supply arrangement period. Already qualified suppliers won’t be removed from the suppliers list because new suppliers get qualified.

(iii) Number of supply arrangements: The Supplier acknowledges that Canada may award an unlimited number of supply arrangements throughout the period of the supply arrangement.

(iv) Cycles of qualification: Due to the resources required to evaluate the proposals, Canada reserves the right to conduct the evaluation of proposals no less than semi-annually (that is, Canada may gather proposals received over a six-month period, in order to conduct the evaluation of the proposals concurrently as part of a single cycle of evaluations).

Semi-annually Evaluation Periods:

Semester Closing Date Time of Closing Evaluation Period S1 1st working day of December 02:00 PM Eastern Standard Time December to May 31 S2 1st working day of June 02:00 PM Eastern Advance Time June to August 31

(v) Inability to qualify : PWGSC will inform all suppliers who are not qualified and will indicate the reasons why their
proposal was rejected.

During the six (6) months period following his inability to qualify, a supplier may submit a new proposal to support his qualifications. PWGSC can conduct another evaluation, as per the Cycles of Qualification paragraph above.

The second time a supplier does not qualify, PWGSC will not evaluate other proposals from this supplier (bidding as an individual or as part of a joint venture) for a six (6) months period.

Basis of Selection – Mandatory Technical and Financial Evaluation Criteria

An arrangement must comply with the requirements of the Request for Supply Arrangements and meet all mandatory technical evaluation criteria to be declared responsive. Please note that a Suppliers qualified as an Aboriginal business for Aboriginal procurement will also be automatically qualified for general procurement.

A single SA will be issued to an Aboriginal business suppliers who qualify for both Aboriginal and general procurement.

Set-Aside Contract for Aboriginal Business:

This procurement contract may be designated, in whole or in part, by one or several designated users as a set-aside for Aboriginal business pursuant to the federal government’s Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business (PSAB). In order to be considered as an Aboriginal Cusiness, Suppliers must complete and sign the certification entitled “Owner/Employee Certification – Set-aside for Aboriginal Business” included in the request for supply arrangement.

Ce bureau de TPSGC fournit des services d’achat au public dans les deux langues officielles. / This PWGSC office provide procurement services in French and English.

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.

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.

Access and terms of use

Government of Canada (GC) tender notices and awards, solicitation documents and tender attachments are available free of charge and without registration on Buyandsell.gc.ca/tenders, the authoritative location for GC tenders.

You may have received this tender notice or award through a third-party distributor. The Government of Canada is not responsible for any tender notices and/or related documents and attachments not accessed directly through Buyandsell.gc.ca/tenders.

This Government of Canada tender notice or tender award carries an Open Government Licence – Canada that governs its use. Related solicitation documents and/or tender attachments are copyright protected. Please refer to the section about Commercial Reproduction in the Buyandsell.gc.ca Terms and Conditions for more information.

Solicitation Documents

ABES.PROD.PW_QCM.B004.E15960.EBSU000.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_QCM.B004.F15960.EBSU000.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW_QCM.B004.E15960.EBSU001.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW_QCM.B004.F15960.EBSU001.PDF French

Contact Information

Contact name Fournier, Caroline
Contact phone (418) 649-2826 ( )
Contact fax (418) 648-2209
Contact address
601-1550, Avenue d’Estimauville
Qu谷bec
Qu谷bec
G1J 0C7

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Insurance & Risk Management https://www.google.com//c86/tender/insurance-risk-management-2 Mon, 19 Mar 2018 14:48:04 +0000 /c86/?post_type=vl_tenders&p=325958 Date closing??? 2018/10/31 14:00 Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) Details Reference number???? PW-$$ZL-109-26531 Solicitation number???? EN578-121746/B Region of delivery Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, National Capital Region, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Northwest Territories, Nova Scotia, Nunavut, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, Saskatchewan, Yukon Notice type??? Notice of Proposed Procurement (NPP) GSIN??? L004C: Insurance Services Trade agreement??? […]

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Date closing??? 2018/10/31 14:00 Eastern Daylight Time (EDT)

Details

Reference number???? PW-$$ZL-109-26531

Solicitation number???? EN578-121746/B

Region of delivery
Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, National Capital Region, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Northwest Territories, Nova Scotia, Nunavut, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, Saskatchewan, Yukon

Notice type??? Notice of Proposed Procurement (NPP)

GSIN??? L004C: Insurance Services

Trade agreement??? Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT)

Procurement entity??? Public Works and Government Services Canada

End user entity??? Public Works and Government Services Canada

Description

Trade Agreement: Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT)
Tendering Procedures:
Attachment: None
Competitive Procurement Strategy: Best Overall Proposal
Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No
Nature of Requirements:
This Notice is being issued as the Perpetual Notice attached to Supply Arrangement EN578-121746. This Perpetual Notice invites additional Suppliers to submit Arrangements to become pre-qualified Suppliers.

The Supply Arrangement has no defined end-date and will remain? valid until such time as Canada no longer considers it to be advantageous to use it. To allow for updating of SupplyArrangement Terms and Conditions a “Refresh” will happen as perthe end date on the Notice. No existing pre-qualified Supplier will be removed from the pre-qualified Supplier List as a resultof the “Refresh”. Pre-qualified Suppliers do not need to submitan Arrangement in order to remain pre-qualified.

Before issuance of a Supply Arrangement the Supplier must hold the appropriate level of Security Clearance as identified in the Request for Supply Arrangement.

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NOTICE OF PROPOSED PROCUREMENT

RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS SERVICES/INSURANCE & RISK CONSULTING SERVICES

Requirement

Provision of Risk Management Process Services and/or Insurance and Risk Consulting Services for Federal Government Departments, Agencies and Corporations.

Scope

Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC) is seeking to establish a Supply Arrangement to provide Federal Government Departments, Agencies, and Corporations across Canada (asdefined in Schedules I, I.1, II, III, IV, and V of the Financial Administration Act) with (1) Risk Management Process Servicesand/or, (2) Insurance and Risk Consulting Services, on an “asand when requested basis” in accordance with resulting contract spursuant to this Supply Arrangement. The future intent is tomigrate these services to the Task and Solutions Professional Services (TSPS) procurement tool, wherein this Supply Arrangement will be terminated.

This SA will cover the following streams/categories of services:

Stream 1: Risk Management Process Services:

Category 1: Procurement
Category 2: Real Property Management
Category 3: Corporate Management
Category 4: Delivery of public services to stakeholders
external to the government

Stream 2: Insurance and Risk Consulting Services:

In order to pre-qualify, Suppliers may submit an arrangement for each category and/or stream for which it wants to be considered:

Stream 1 – Category 1: Procurement; and/or
Stream 1 – Category 2: Real Property Management; and/or
Stream 1 – Category 3: Corporate Management; and/or
Stream 1 – Category 4: Delivery of public services to
stakeholders external to the government; and/or
Stream 2: Insurance and Risk Consulting Services.

There is a security requirement associated with this requirement.

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

The requirement covered by the bid solicitation of any resulting supply arrangement may be subject to a preference for Canadian goods and/or services or may be limited to Canadian goods and/or services.

Period

The Supply Arrangement has no defined end-date and will remain valid until such time as Canada no longer considers it to be advantageous to use it.

Contracting Officer

Renee Stephen
Telephone: (819) 956-6973
Facsimile: (819) 956-2675
E-mail address: Renee.Stephen@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.

Access and terms of use

Government of Canada (GC) tender notices and awards, solicitation documents and tender attachments are available free of charge and without registration on Buyandsell.gc.ca/tenders, the authoritative location for GC tenders.

You may have received this tender notice or award through a third-party distributor. The Government of Canada is not responsible for any tender notices and/or related documents and attachments not accessed directly through Buyandsell.gc.ca/tenders.

This Government of Canada tender notice or tender award carries an Open Government Licence – Canada that governs its use. Related solicitation documents and/or tender attachments are copyright protected. Please refer to the section about Commercial Reproduction in the Buyandsell.gc.ca Terms and Conditions for more information.

Solicitation Documents

ABES.PROD.PW__ZL.B109.E26531.EBSU000.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW__ZL.B109.F26531.EBSU000.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW__ZL.B109.E26531.EBSU001.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW__ZL.B109.F26531.EBSU001.PDF French

Contact Information

Contact name Stephen, Renee
Contact phone (819) 956-6973 ( )
Contact fax (819) 956-2675
Contact address
11 Laurier St./11, rue Laurier
Place du Portage/, Phase III
Floor 10C1/谷tage 10C1
Gatineau
Qu谷bec
K1A 0S5

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Request for Proposal First Nations Regional Survey Management https://www.google.com//c86/tender/request-for-proposal-first-nations-regional-survey-management Mon, 12 Mar 2018 20:34:54 +0000 /c86/?post_type=vl_tenders&p=325409   Request for Proposal First Nations Regional Survey Management SUBMISSION DATE: APRIL 5TH, 2018 AT 8:00 PM EST Request for Proposal (RFP) The First Nations Information Governance Centre (FNIGC) invites you to respond to this Request for Proposal (RFP). The focus of the RFP is to select an organization or organizations to provide Ontario regional […]

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Request for Proposal
First Nations Regional Survey Management

SUBMISSION DATE: APRIL 5TH, 2018 AT 8:00 PM EST

  1. Request for Proposal (RFP)

The First Nations Information Governance Centre (FNIGC) invites you to respond to this Request for Proposal (RFP). The focus of the RFP is to select an organization or organizations to provide Ontario regional survey management to FNIGC over approximately two (2) years, beginning on {date to be determined based on award of contract} and ending no later than {date to be determined based on award of contract}. FNIGC will entertain proposals from organizations with a provincial or regional scope within Ontario (i.e., a pan-Ontario scope is not required). FNIGC is willing to explore multiple agreements to achieve coverage within Ontario.

?2. Introduction to FNIGC and FNLED

FNIGC is a non-profit, First Nations mandated organization that is a premiere source of information about First Nations communities in Canada. A federally incorporated non-profit organization operating with a special mandate from the Assembly of First Nations* Chiefs in

Assembly (Resolution # 48/2009), FNIGC is committed to improving the health and well-being of First Nations people. FNIGC has a mandate to oversee data collection on First Nations reserve and Northern communities, research, knowledge dissemination and the promotion and advancement of the First Nations principles of OCAP?: Ownership, Control, Access and Possession on behalf of First Nations.

FNIGC is responsible for the management of national survey processes in collaboration with its regional member organizations following established protocols, policies and procedures within a holistic cultural framework. This work has been on-going within on-reserve and northern First Nation communities since 1997 (e.g., the First Nations Regional Health Survey (FNRHS / RHS) and the First Nations Regional Early Childhood, Education and Employment Survey (FNREEES / REEES)).

The First Nations Labour and Employment Development Survey (FNLED) is a new survey to learn more about employment and labour in First Nations communities across Canada. Although the project is National in scope, this RFP is intended to identify an organization(s) to provide survey management services within the province of Ontario only. This survey will have a thematic focus on employment, labour, jobs, skills and development involving First Nations youth (15-17 years) and adults (18 to 64 years of age). The information collected from the FNLED will help First Nations communities, organizations and all levels of government develop programs and policies that aim to improve the well-being of First Nations people living on reserve and in northern communities. The FNLED is a survey by First Nations people for First Nations people.

3. General Conditions and Information

  1. Sealed proposals must be received no later than April 5th 2018, 8:00 PM EST at the office of:

Dr. Jonathan Dewar, Executive
Director c/o Ms. Janet Restoule
First Nations Information Governance Centre
180 Elgin Street, Suite 1200
Ottawa, ON, K2P 2K3
jrestoule@fnigc.ca

Envelopes should be plainly marked: ※FNIGC Survey Management§.

  1. Proposals will be opened after the deadline specified. Any bid may be withdrawn prior to the deadline. Bids received after the specified deadline will not be considered.
  2. Proposals must be firm for 45 days for FNIGC acceptance from the opening date.
  3. FNIGC reserves the right to accept or reject any or all proposals, waive all minor formalities, and to choose the proposal that best serves the interest of the FNIGC.
  4. Once RFP is awarded, proposed changes for the specified management of regional survey operations will NOT be allowed unless mutually express written consent has been provided by both FNIGC and proponent.

4. Overview of FNIGC Regional Survey Management

  1. FNIGC is responsible for the management of national survey processes in collaboration with its regional member organizations following established protocols, policies and procedures within a holistic cultural framework.
  2. FNIGC surveys are coordinated nationally and have been administered by 10 regional partner organizations through a regional contribution agreement.
  3. Working with a set methodology, FNIGC assists the regions to implement the survey including the coordination of questionnaire development, provision of training to regional staff, communications tools, equipment, etc.

Download the Full RFP Details

 

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RFP – Landscaping Martindale TS https://www.google.com//c86/tender/rfp-landscaping-martindale-ts Wed, 28 Feb 2018 18:58:42 +0000 /c86/?post_type=vl_tenders&p=324127 Title of RFx: Landscaping Martindale TS Sector: Private Sector Type: RFP Region: Toronto Closing Date and Time: April 13, 2018 @ 13:45:00Hrs Brief Description: This RFP is Landscaping at MARTINDALE TS RFP Number: Doc1254625782

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Title of RFx: Landscaping Martindale TS

  • Sector: Private Sector
  • Type: RFP
  • Region: Toronto
  • Closing Date and Time: April 13, 2018 @ 13:45:00Hrs
  • Brief Description:

This RFP is Landscaping at MARTINDALE TS

  • RFP Number: Doc1254625782

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Request for Proposal – Event Coordination Service https://www.google.com//c86/tender/request-for-proposal-event-coordination-service Tue, 27 Feb 2018 23:06:09 +0000 /c86/?post_type=vl_tenders&p=324018 The National Aboriginal Capital Corporations Association (NACCA) requires event coordinating services and is requesting proposals for our October 2018 Annual General Meeting in Wendake, QC. NACCA is a non-profit organization whose mission is to assist Aboriginal Financial Institutions (AFIs) to promote the growth of Aboriginal businesses. NACCA accomplishes this by providing products and services to […]

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The National Aboriginal Capital Corporations Association (NACCA) requires event coordinating services and is requesting proposals for our October 2018 Annual General Meeting in Wendake, QC.

NACCA is a non-profit organization whose mission is to assist Aboriginal Financial Institutions (AFIs) to promote the growth of Aboriginal businesses. NACCA accomplishes this by providing products and services to AFIs and Aboriginal focused organizations including institutional capacity-building, training, access to capital, advocacy, partnerships and member services, with quality and accountability.

More information about NACCA can be obtained from our web site at www.nacca.ca.

NACCA*s AGM hosts approximately 70 每 90 individuals and consists of the following:

  • A day of excursions done jointly with the hosting AFI
  • A meet & greet the evening prior to our AGM opening
  • A day of staff reporting including Q&A
  • A day of decision making and election process for Members.

Scope of work:

  • Organize and coordinate, within budget, all activities associated with the AGM including, but not limited to, registration, voting, ordering of swag in coordination with NACCA and host AFI, coordination of excursions with host AFI
  • Negotiation of costs associated with the hotel including guest rooms, meeting rooms, audio-visual, food & beverage, entertainment, etc.
  • Must be onsite to coordinate all activities during the entire event
  • Participant survey to be completed after the event
  • Bilingualism is an asset

NACCA, at their discretion, has the right to:

  • Request revised proposals
  • Issue an extension to the deadline
  • Reissue a modified RFP
  • Select a proposal that may not be the lowest proposal

Please submit your RFP to dleclair@nacca.ca no later than March 15, 2018.? All candidates will be notified once an outcome is reached on whether they are successful or unsuccessful.

For any further information regarding our event, please contact Debbie LeClair at the email noted above.

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Request for Proposals – Business Plan Consultant https://www.google.com//c86/tender/request-for-proposals-business-plan-consultant Tue, 27 Feb 2018 15:07:23 +0000 /c86/?post_type=vl_tenders&p=323927 MATAWA HEALTH CO-OPERATIVE (MHC) Request for Proposals BUSINESS PLAN CONSULTANT BACKGROUND Matawa First Nations has established the Matawa Health Co-operative, the first of its kind in Canada. This provincially incorporated Co-op consists of nine (9) Matawa member First Nation communities 每 Webequie, Neskantaga, Nibinamik, Eabametoong, Marten Falls, Aroland, Ginoogaming, Long Lake # 58 and Constance […]

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MATAWA HEALTH CO-OPERATIVE (MHC)
Request for Proposals
BUSINESS PLAN CONSULTANT

BACKGROUND

Matawa First Nations has established the Matawa Health Co-operative, the first of its kind in Canada. This provincially incorporated Co-op consists of nine (9) Matawa member First Nation communities 每 Webequie, Neskantaga, Nibinamik, Eabametoong, Marten Falls, Aroland, Ginoogaming, Long Lake # 58 and Constance Lake. Five of these communities are remote and isolated and only accessible by air or winter road. Four communities are road access.

The Matawa Health Co-operative was developed to provide collaborative and accountable health services to its member First Nations. As a co-operative, the members set the direction reflecting the unique nature of each First Nation. The Co-op is flexible and how services are implemented must reflect the priorities, capacity and diversity of each First Nation. Each First Nation is a member of the Co-op and each level of service is community directed by the members.

Indigenous Interprofessional Primary Care Team

Indigenous IPC Teams are community-driven organizations that include traditional healers, family physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses and a range of other interprofessional healthcare providers (IHPs) who are committed to working together collaboratively to provide comprehensive, accessible, coordinated and culturally safe primary care to Indigenous populations, including clients who do not currently have a family physician or primary care provider.

Through Indigenous IPC Teams, clients will have access to the provision of culturally safe health care services and programs as well as Indigenous traditional healers and medicine people. As a collaborative team practice, Indigenous IPC Teams will do their part to address inequity, emphasize mental wellness and addictions/harm reduction, improve management of chronic diseases and diabetes, and take into account social determinants of health when planning services and programs.

This approach allows traditional healers, physicians and IHPs to work as part of a team to provide Indigenous traditional health services and practice together in a positive working environment, sharing and benefiting from the complementary knowledge and skills of their colleagues.

SCOPE OF WORK

The Business Plan is the ※vision§ for the Indigenous Interprofessional and Primary Care Team (IIPPCT) and should set out a convincing case or rationale for the funding requested to support the programs and services identified by the MHC. The Business Plan must include timelines, milestones and rationales for implementing the supporting infrastructure and resources needed to operationalize Matawa Health Co-operative*s Indigenous IPC Team. This will include governance and accountability structure, traditional and Interprofessional Primary care services, human resources, etc.

The Business Plan that is a vision for the services and programs the Indigenous IPC Team plans to provide, including client targets and staffing levels. The Business Plan should include a projection of the timing and costs to accomplish this. It will include job descriptions, annual budget, capital needs, office space, and other needs identified by the Matawa Health Co-op Board.

The Business Consultant will work directly with a core team of health directors, including Matawa Heath Co-op Planner, Advisor to the Chiefs Council, Matawa Health Director who will provide support and direction to the Business Consultant;

The timeframe for this project is two months from the time of hire.

The successful candidate will:

  • Coordinate and facilitate a meeting with the Matawa Health Co-operative Directors during the month of March to work on the details of each deliverable and for input and direction into the process;
  • Report to a core team established by the MHC on a regular basis during the planning phase of the Project to ensure objectives are being met;
  • Review and research current documents under the Matawa Health Co-operative including the Ontario First Nations Health Action Plan under the Primary Health Care Branch that will assist in the development and implementation of the Business Plan and Operational Plan;
  • Engage with local stakeholders (MHC Board, Matawa Health Co-operative Planner, government partners and others as defined by the MHC Board);
  • Develop a workplan outlining the above deliverables and timelines;

Please submit your resume, including your detailed work plan incorporating all the above deliverables, three references and some samples of previous work you completed with other organizations no later March 8, 2018 to Frances Wesley, Matawa Health Co-Op Planner at fwesley@matawa.on.ca.

Fees:? Negotiable

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RFP – Supply of Rubber-tired Loader Backhoe https://www.google.com//c86/tender/rfp-supply-of-rubber-tired-loader-backhoe Mon, 26 Feb 2018 19:57:18 +0000 /c86/?post_type=vl_tenders&p=323839 Title of RFP: Supply of Rubber-tired Loader Backhoe. Sector: Private Sector Type: RFP Region: Throughout the Province of Ontario Closing Date and Time: March 22, 2018 at 15:00 RFP Number: Doc1239282420 If you are interested in participating in this RFP, you must be registered with Ariba Network.? If you have not yet done so, please […]

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Title of RFP: Supply of Rubber-tired Loader Backhoe.

  • Sector: Private Sector
  • Type: RFP
  • Region: Throughout the Province of Ontario
  • Closing Date and Time: March 22, 2018 at 15:00
  • RFP Number: Doc1239282420
  1. If you are interested in participating in this RFP, you must be registered with Ariba Network.? If you have not yet done so, please use the following link, accessing using Google Chrome or IE11, to complete registration:?รับโบนัสฟรีhttp://HydroOne.supplier.ariba.com/register?. For step-by-step instructions on registration, responding to a Hydro One sourcing event and using DocuSign, please refer to the supplier section on the Hydro One website https://www.hydroone.com/about/suppliers.? Should you have any questions or are experiencing any issues, please contact?SupplierContact@HydroOne.comor visit the Ariba SAP help?center by following this link:?https://support.ariba.com/help.?§

IMPORTANT NOTE: Upon answering the questions in the SPQ, where it asks ※Have you done business with Hydro One in the past?§ it is important to answer &No* to this question at this time.

Also, once you have submitted the Supplier Profile Questionnaire, if you could advise me once submitted, this will enable me to follow through with the approval.

Upon approval, you will be invited to participate in this RFP event.

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RFP – Curve Lake First Nation Elder*s Facility Feasibility Study https://www.google.com//c86/tender/rfp-curve-lake-first-nation-elders-facility-feasibility-study Mon, 26 Feb 2018 17:06:59 +0000 /c86/?post_type=vl_tenders&p=323838 Curve Lake First Nation Elder*s Facility Feasibility Study Request for Proposals Issued: February 13, 2018 Submission Deadline: March 9, 2018 Request for Proposal #: 161- 01 -18 Prepared By: Shawn Williams 每 Director of Capital Development, Curve Lake First Nation Introduction PURPOSE: Curve Lake First Nation (CLFN) is seeking proposals from a qualified consultant or […]

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Curve Lake First Nation Elder*s Facility Feasibility Study

Request for Proposals

Issued: February 13, 2018
Submission Deadline: March 9, 2018
Request for Proposal #: 161- 01 -18

Prepared By: Shawn Williams 每 Director of Capital Development, Curve Lake First Nation

Introduction

PURPOSE:

Curve Lake First Nation (CLFN) is seeking proposals from a qualified consultant or firm to prepare a comprehensive feasibility study to examine the construction and operation of an assisted living and long-term care facility to replace the existing seniors* facility that was closed due to structural and other issues. The overall purpose of the study is to provide sufficient information for Chief and Council to determine need, size, economic opportunities, organizational growth and employment opportunities.

BACKGROUND:

The Curve Lake First Nation is located on a peninsula situated between Buckhorn Lake and Chemong Lake. The total registered population of Curve Lake First Nation is 2,300. There are 900 members who live on-territory while 1,500 live off-territory. Governance is provided by a Council comprised of an elected Chief and eight (8) Councilors.

CLFN operations are currently organized into the following departments: Corporate Services, Health and Family Services, Education, Culture, Lands, Economic Development and Public Works. Curve Lake First Nation employs approximately 90 full time employees and 25 casual, contract and sub-staff.

Until 2017 CLFN operated a Seniors Residence with 24/7 care and a capacity of twelve residents that was designated as a hostel. The staff consisted of 1 coordinator, 1 home and community care clerk, 8 Personal Support Workers, 1 Registered Nurse, 1 cook and 4 casual staff. A re-design of the existing Seniors Residence was previously completed and would provide elements for consideration.

Outline of key activities

GENERAL:
The Feasibility Study must facilitate decision making and planning by Chief & Council, the Health and Family Services Department, and Seniors Services staff for the provision of long-term care and assisted living programs and services to the community.

GOALS:

Deliverables

A final report will address including but not limited to:

  1. Defining the terms.
    (a) Define the level of service to be provided
    (b) Define the potential bed allocations

Outline of Key Activities (Continued)

  1. Understanding the demographics of the First Nation
    (a) First Nation demographics
  2. Understanding the current resources available in the First Nation.
    (a) Understanding of community programs both on and off reserve. Do they currently meet the need?
    (b) What are the long term care living options currently available and do they currently meet the need?
    (c) Understanding provincial licensing requirements etc.
  3. Understanding the Local Labour Market
    (a) Are there skilled:

(i) Personal Support Workers
(ii) Continuing Care Assistants, Dieticians etc.
(iii) Health Administrators
(iv) General services such as food preparation and maintenance

  1. Understanding Infrastructure and Service Requirements
  • Site for the Facility 每 several lots have been identified as potential sites
  • Design Confirmation
  • Capital Costs 每 Class D estimates
  • Operating Costs 每 Class D estimates
  • Other Funding Programs
  • Assessment of risks and liabilities with the sites 每 including any mitigation & contingencies;
  • Identify sources of funding for capital and operational costs
  1. Recommendations

Scope of Work

At a minimum, the consultant or firm should incorporate the following planned activities into its proposal:

(i)Community Consultation

  • The selected firm will report to the Curve Lake First Nation at Curve Lake, Ontario for an initial kick off meeting with the Curve Lake First Nation to engage all stakeholders in the process, to identify project roles and review the project time frame and goals.
  • The selected consultant or firm will facilitate planning and engagement sessions with political leadership, committees, management, staff and community to solicit input for incorporation into the final design.
  • The selected consultant or firm will facilitate a meeting to present the final report and recommendations

(ii)The Feasibility Study

  • Preparation of a complete feasibility study for an Assisted Living/Long Term Care facility that will include the following elements:
  • Review of existing reports and data

Scope of Work (Continued)

  • Review previous Seniors Residence history and operation
  • Consult with elders, families and other potential clients for input
  • Determine the current and future market/client base for a facility located on the First Nation
  • Identify and explore government funding, program funding and any other funding sources that may be accessed to offset developmental, capital and operational costs of the proposed project, such sources must meet the requirements of the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care
  • Develop conceptual drawings and layouts for the facility based on Ministry requirements/guidelines and input from various stakeholders
  • Develop construction cost and financial models for the construction of the facility
  • Develop financial models for the Operation and Maintenance of the facility including projections and break even scenarios
  • The Financial projections or budget scenarios should provide a clear understanding of the financial implications of constructing and operating the facility.
  • Final Report

Technical Details

Project TEAM:

The Elders Design Study Team (EDST) community members. The EDST will work as a liaison between the consultant and is comprised of the Council Members, staff resources, and in conjunction with the selected consultant. The Team will act various stakeholders. The EDST may participate in:

(i) the review of any research gathered
(ii) contract administration
(iii) contract administrationthe formulation and evaluation of options
(iv) contract administrationthe creation of recommendations
(v)the presentation of the final report to Chief and Council and community

The EDST, under the direction of the General Manager, will be responsible for informing the Council as a whole of the review*s progress and matters relating thereto.

FEES AND INVOICING:

The proposal must contain a summary of proposed fees and an invoicing schedule correlated to the key milestones included in the proposal. Any and all fees are to include all anticipated travel and disbursements. Travel and accommodation should be listed separately and will reimbursed on actual costs.

The invoicing schedule shall make provision for final payment as follows:

  • 30% upon the acceptance of the final report as deemed satisfactory by Curve Lake First Nation.

INSTRUCTIONS TO PROPONENTS:

Proposal Inquiries

All questions, requests for information, instructions or clarifications regarding any part of this proposal document must be set out in writing and directed to:

Shawn Williams, Director of Capital Development
22 Winookeedaa Street
Curve Lake First Nation
Curve Lake ON K0L 1R0
705-657-8045 or ShawnW@curvelake.ca

All questions related to this Request for Proposal (RFP) or any clarification with respect to this RFP must be made no later than 3 Business Days prior to the closing date of this RFP in order that staff may have sufficient time to respond. CLFN Council reserves the right to extend the deadline for questions, if required, regarding this RFP.

Written answers or clarifications to issues of substance shall be shared with all Proponents and shall be issued as part of the RFP in the form of an Addendum. This proposal document and all addendum(s), if any, shall also be posted on the First Nation*s web-site.

Proposal Submissions and Closing Date:

The closing date for proposals is set for March 9, 2018 at 12:00 pm ET (noon). For consistency, the official clock used will be Eastern Time shown on www.timeanddate.com . Only proposals in PDF format or hardcopy will be accepted. Submissions should be clearly marked ※ Proposal for Services for The CLFN Elder*s Facility Feasibility Study§.

Curve Lake First Nation reserves the right to:

Not accept the lowest price or any proposal.

Terminate this Request For Proposals for any reason, with no liability to Curve Lake First Nation or recourse by the proponent, at any time prior to the execution of a written contract. Conduct negotiations with more than one proponent.

Further, Curve Lake First Nation is not liable for any costs incurred in the preparation of the proposals.

5.0 Proposal Evaluation Criteria

The Consultant shall be selected according to the following criteria:

Firm:

Experience and satisfactory performance on similar contracts.

Project Team:

The number, qualifications and experience of personnel to be assigned or made available.

Proposal:

The depth and detail of the submission which indicates the understanding of the requirements of the Terms of Reference as well as the size, complexity and time constraints of the job.

Schedule:

The work plan including timelines and key milestones and the overall completion of the final report.

Control:

Overview of the Quality Assurance and Conflict of Interest mandates of the consultant.

Costs:

Evaluation of the proposed fees and disbursements.

Experience:

The degree of experience that the consultant has in working with First Nations and on similar projects.

References:

The First Nation may contact the references provided to ensure that the firm has the requisite experience and qualifications to undertake the work.

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RFP – Review of the Health and Family Services Department https://www.google.com//c86/tender/rfp-review-of-the-health-and-family-services-department Mon, 26 Feb 2018 16:43:54 +0000 /c86/?post_type=vl_tenders&p=323831 REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL (RFP) REVIEW OF THE HEALTH AND FAMILY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CURVE LAKE FIRST NATION 22 WINOOKEEDAA ROAD CURVE LAKE, ONTARIO K0L 1R0 Issued: February 23, 2018 Submission Deadline: Friday March 9 2018 Request For Proposal: 161-02-2018 Prepared by: David Ross, Manager of Health & Family Services, Curve Lake First Nation SUMMARY AND BACKGROUND […]

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REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL (RFP)

REVIEW OF THE HEALTH AND FAMILY SERVICES DEPARTMENT

CURVE LAKE FIRST NATION
22 WINOOKEEDAA ROAD
CURVE LAKE, ONTARIO K0L 1R0

Issued: February 23, 2018
Submission Deadline: Friday March 9 2018
Request For Proposal: 161-02-2018

Prepared by:
David Ross, Manager of Health & Family Services, Curve Lake First Nation

  1. SUMMARY AND BACKGROUND

Curve Lake First Nation is currently accepting proposals to review the Health and Family Services Department.

The purpose of this Request for Proposal (RFP) is to solicit proposals from various individuals or organizations, to conduct a fair and extensive evaluation based on criteria listed herein, and select the candidate who best represents the knowledge and experience needed to complete the task.

Curve Lake First Nation is located on a peninsula situated between Buckhorn Lake, Harrington Narrows and Chemong Lake. It is affiliated with the Union of Ontario Indians and is one of seven Williams Treaty First Nations.

The total registered population of Curve Lake First Nation is 2314. There are 952 members who live on reserve while 1362 live off of the reserve.

The Council is comprised of one (1) Chief and eight (8) Councilors.

First Nation operations are currently organized into five departments, including, Finance and Administration, Health and Family Services, Education, Economic Development and Public Works. Curve Lake First Nation employs approximately 90 full time employees and 30 short term contracts and sub-staff.

Several Council committees have been established to assist in the operation of these departments. These include Finance, Health & Family Services, Education, Economic Development, Public Works, Housing, Lands and employee Health and Safety. Additional Council Committees include, Finance, Education, Gaming Revenue Fund, Communication, Culture & Pow Wow Petroglyphs, Rights and Resources, and Youth.

Curve Lake First Nation delivers a number of essential and non-essential programs and services to both member and non-member residents of the community.

The Health and Family Services Department includes services are highlighted in the organizational chart Appendix 1.

  1. PROPOSAL GUIDELINES

This Request for Proposal represents the requirements for an open and competitive process. Proposals will be accepted until 12 pm (noon) Friday March 9 2018. Any proposals received after this date and time will not be accepted.

If the individual or organization submitting a proposal must outsource or contract any work to meet the requirements contained herein, this must be clearly stated in the proposal. Additionally, all costs included in proposals must be all-inclusive to include any outsourced or contracted work. Any proposals which call for outsourcing or contracting work must include a name and description of the organizations being contracted.

All costs must be itemized to include an explanation of all fees and costs.

Contract terms and conditions will be negotiated upon selection of the winning bidder for this RFP. All contractual terms and conditions may be subject to review by Curve Lake First Nation legal department and will include scope, budget, schedule, and other necessary items pertaining to the project.

Proposal Inquiries

All questions, requests for information, instructions or clarifications regarding any part of this proposal document must be set out in writing and directed to:

David Ross, Health and Family Services Manager
38 Whetung Street
Curve Lake First Nation, ON, K0L 1R0
705-657-2557
DavidR@curvelake.ca

All questions related to this Request for Proposal (RFP) or any clarification with respect to this RFP must be made no later than 3 Business Days prior to the closing date of this RFP in order that staff may have sufficient time to respond. Curve Lake reserves the right to extend the deadline for questions, if required, regarding this RFP.

Written answers or clarifications to issues of substance shall be shared with all Proponents and shall be issued as part of the RFP in the form of an Addendum. This proposal document and all addendum(s), if any, shall also be posted on the First Nation*s web-site.

Proposal Submissions and Closing Date

The closing date for proposals is set for Friday March 9 2018 at noon. Only proposals that are mailed or emailed will be accepted. If packages are mailed, please send 3 copies of the proposal. Packages should be clearly marked Proposal for the Review of Health and Family Services.

  1. PROJECT PURPOSE AND DESCRIPTION

The purpose of this project is as follows:

The Health and Family Services Department has had difficulty in attracting and retaining a full complement of staff for a number of years. The department has experienced seven (7) different Managers over the past three years. Other positions have also seen a high turnover rate which has contributed to underperformance in this department.

The purpose of this review is understand why Curve Lake First Nation experiences difficulty retaining staff at the Health and Family Services Department and recommend strategies to address the root causes of this problem. The review will also identify how the department can be more efficient and effective in the delivery of services including ways to streamline administrative procedures that are integrated with other parts of the organization.

Summary:

The review will identify ways that the department can be more effective and efficient in the delivery of services by:

  • understanding why the department has experienced a high turnover in the position of Health & Family Services Manager;
  • understanding why the department has experienced a high staff turnover in other positions and to recommend ways to improve staff retention;
  • recommending strategies that will improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the department;
  • recommending strategies to integrate the clinical services available through the Peterborough Family Health Team (FHT);
  • recommending ways to streamline internal administrative process and the relationship with other departments;
  • identifying ways to improve reporting and compliance with the requirements of various funders;
  • Review the options to reorganize the department to better meet community needs.

Project Description:

The Curve Lake Health and Family Services Department requires a report that will assist in attracting and retaining qualified staff that provide quality services that are in full compliance with our funders. The project will identify ways to improve administrative processes that ensure efficient and effective linkages with other departments.

  1. PROJECT SCOPE

The following criteria must be met to achieve a successful project:

  • Thorough understanding of the current management practices and service delivery for the Health and Family Services department;
  • Thorough evaluation of the effectiveness of the programs and services being provided;
  • Thorough assessment of the linkage of the clinical services with those provided by other programs offered by the Health Centre;
  • Thorough research regarding the factors that have contributed to high staff turnover;
  • Thorough research on the options to improve internal efficiency and controls;
  • Timeline for completion;
  • Risk factors.
  1. REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL AND PROJECT TIMELINE

Request for Proposal Timeline:

Project must be completed by March 31, 2018

  1. BUDGET

All proposals must include proposed costs to complete the tasks described in the project scope. Costs should be stated as one-time or non-recurring costs (NRC) or monthly recurring costs (MRC). Pricing should be listed for each of the following items in accordance with the format below:

Project Initiation and Planning Research
Compilation of data/report Presentation to Management
Presentation to Health and Family Services Committee Presentation to Council

NOTE: All costs and fees must be clearly described in each proposal.

  1. BIDDER QUALIFICATIONS

Bidders should provide the following items as part of their proposal for consideration:

  • Description of experience in research and report writing;
  • List of how many full time, part time, and contractor staff in your organization;
  • Examples of other Health Centre reports completed;
  • Examples of other Social Services reports completed;
  • Examples of other Senior Services reports completed;
  • Testimonials from past clients;
  • Anticipated resources you will assign to this project (total number, role, title, experience);
  • Timeframe for completion of the project;
  • Project management methodology.
  1. PROPOSAL EVALUATION CRITERIA

Curve Lake First Nation will evaluate all proposals based on the following criteria. To ensure consideration for this Request for Proposal, your proposal should be complete and include all of the following criteria:

  • Overall proposal suitability: proposal must meet the scope and needs included herein and be presented in a clear and organized manner;
  • Organizational Experience: Bidders will be evaluated on their experience as it pertains to the scope of this project;
  • Previous work: Bidders will be evaluated on examples of their work pertaining to Consultation in the area of Health and Family Services;
  • Value and cost: Bidders will be evaluated based on the work to be performed in accordance with the scope of this project.
  1. PREPARATION OF SOLICITATION

If a proposing company, individual, or subcontractor was involved in the preparation of the RFP solicitation that proposal is disqualified.

  1. PRIVILEGE CLAUSES

Curve Lake First Nation reserves its right:

  1. Not to award the contract;
  2. Not to award the contract necessarily to the lowest priced bidder, but rather to the best ※value§;
  3. To conduct negotiations with one or more bidders in the event the negotiations with the first bidder are unsuccessful;
  4. To conduct a survey of potential bidders to obtain clarification of their proposals as part of the evaluation process;
  5. To cancel and reissue the RFP; and
  6. To extend any deadlines and amend the proposal process.

11. EXCLUSIONARY CLAUSES

The proposal writer shall be liable for all costs associated with preparation and submission of the proposal up to the final award of the contract.

Curve Lake First Nation shall not be liable for any costs, expenses, loss or damage incurred, sustained or suffered by any bidder prior, or subsequent to, or by reason of the acceptance or the non-acceptance by CLFN of any proposal, or by reason of any delay in acceptance of a proposal, except as provided in the tender documents.

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Media Monitoring https://www.google.com//c86/tender/media-monitoring-2 Thu, 08 Feb 2018 18:13:13 +0000 /c86/?post_type=vl_tenders&p=321960 Date closing??? 2019/01/31 14:00 Eastern Standard Time (EST) Details Reference number??? PW-$$CY-007-64625 Solicitation number??? EN578-141942/B Region of delivery Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, National Capital Region, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Northwest Territories, Nova Scotia, Nunavut, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, Saskatchewan, Yukon Notice type??? Notice of Proposed Procurement (NPP) GSIN??? T004K: Media Monitoring Services Trade […]

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Date closing??? 2019/01/31 14:00 Eastern Standard Time (EST)

Details

Reference number??? PW-$$CY-007-64625

Solicitation number??? EN578-141942/B

Region of delivery
Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, National Capital Region, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Northwest Territories, Nova Scotia, Nunavut, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, Saskatchewan, Yukon

Notice type??? Notice of Proposed Procurement (NPP)

GSIN??? T004K: Media Monitoring Services

Trade agreement??? Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT)

Competitive procurement strategy??? Best Overall Proposal

Procurement entity??? Public Works and Government Services Canada

End user entity??? Public Works and Government Services Canada

Description

Trade Agreement: Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT)
Tendering Procedures:
Competitive Procurement Strategy: Best Overall Proposal
Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No
Nature of Requirements:

This Request for Supply Arrangement is for suppliers that do not already have an arrangement with Public Works and Government Services Canada for the provision of media monitoring services. At any time, a supplier may order the solicitation documents, to have an opportunity to qualify for the Supply Arrangement.

REQUEST FOR SUPPLY ARRANGEMENT

A Supply Arrangement (SA) is not a contract.

The purpose of this Request for Supply Arrangement (RFSA) is to initiate a competitive process leading to the selection of firms to enter into a Supply Arrangement with Public Works and Government Services Canada to provide a range Media Monitoring Services to meet the needs of Federal Government Departments and Agencies on an “as and when requested” basis.

Supply Arrangements (SA) are non-binding agreements between PWGSC or other government departments (arranged on their behalf by PWGSC) and suppliers to provide a range of goods or services on an “as requested” basis. A Supply Arrangement is a method of supply where PWGSC, under the framework of the Arrangement, may
solicit bids from a pool of prescreened vendors.

The Nature of Proposed Procurement (NPP) will be published on the Government Electronic Tendering System (GETS) on an ongoing basis to allow suppliers to qualify for the Supply Arrangement at any time. Supply Arrangements include a set of predetermined terms and conditions that will apply to any subsequent contracts.

1. BACKGROUND

Media Monitoring is a critical function in the support of a department’s effort to identify and track current and emerging public issues and trends as reported in the media. An integral part of media monitoring is performed through the monitoring of print and broadcast media.

2. OBJECTIVES

To provide one or more of the following media monitoring
services:

  1. Monitoring of National, regional and local daily, weekly and community newspapers in Canadian provinces or territories for the provision of summaries and news articles;
  2. Monitoring of Canadian and International ethnic print media for the provision of print summaries and news articles and/or monitoring of Canadian and International ethnic radio and television news and public affairs programming for the provision of broadcast summaries, transcripts, audio and video clips;
  3. Monitoring of National, regional and local radio and television news and public affairs programming broadcasting in Canadian provinces and territories for the provision of broadcast summaries; and
  4. Transcripts (verbatim and/or closed caption), audio and video clips of items from radio and television news and public affairs programming broadcasting in Canadian provinces and territories.

Contractors may bid on one or more of the above service categories.

3. EVALUATION

Refer to the solicitation document for arrangement preparation instructions and evaluation procedures

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.

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Solicitation Documents

ABES.PROD.PW__CY.B007.E64625.EBSU000.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW__CY.B007.F64625.EBSU000.PDF French
ABES.PROD.PW__CY.B007.E64625.EBSU001.PDF English
ABES.PROD.PW__CY.B007.F64625.EBSU001.PDF French

Contact Information

Contact name Westall, Susan
Contact phone (613) 949-8350 ( )
Contact address
360 Albert St./ 360, rue Albert
12th Floor / 12i豕me 谷tage
Ottawa, Ontario

For more information: buyandsell

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