will provide 61 small vessels such as small craft, barges, work boats and modern equipment see more
The federal government says new money to build dozens of small vessels for the Canadian Coast Guard is part of a renewal of the agency and will help keep Canada's waterways navigable and safe.
On Thursday, in joint announcements in Vancouver and St. John's, Fisheries and Oceans Canada and the Ministry of Public Services and Procurement said the federal government would spend $2.5 billion to have companies in Canada build 61 small vessels for the coast guard.
The ministries said the new small vessels, which include small craft, barges and work boats, will allow the coast guard to better operate in shallow coastal waters and inland lakes and rivers where larger ships cannot go.
NATO Communication and Information (NCI) Agency is transitioning to the new NCI Agency Online eProcurement tool-NeoNew Agency Online eProcurement tool-Neo see more
The NATO Communication and Information (NCI) Agency is transitioning to the new NCI Agency online eProcurement tool – Neo, in order to facilitate the operationalization of the 2019 BOA Procedure revision. As such, the NCIA is kindly requesting all the companies within the Alliance nations which have an existing BOA with NCIA to apply for the new BOA. To apply for the new BOA, the Canadian companies first need to register in Neo via the NCI Agency website, following the procedures indicated in the following link: https://lnkd.in/gXAwJa7S
The Canadian companies that already hold a BOA have until 30 June 2023 to register in Neo and submit their new BOA application. Provided these conditions are met, the existing BOA for all Canadian companies will remain valid until the new BOA is signed. The current BOA Holders who do not apply for the new BOA will have their BOAs de-activated, but can re-apply for the BOA Programme at any time as per the general procedures. The terms and conditions applicable to the BOAs can be found under the BOA section of the NCI Agency’s website. https://lnkd.in/gHe76PHS
To provide design and technical support services see more
BC Ferries is looking for qualified parties to respond to a business opportunity to provide design and technical support services related to the evaluation of technical options and eventual development of a tender-ready design package. This work will support BC Ferries’ procurement process leading to the construction of BC Ferries’ New Major Vessels.
Organizations interested in receiving a copy of this design and technical support RFP are advised to contact Clarksons Platou Shipbroking by e-mail at James.Rogers@clarksons.com to request a copy of the documentation.
Key dates are:
RFP Published: February 17, 2022
Closing Date: March 31, 2022
Closing Time: 2:00 PM GMT
Canada Procurement posted an articleAmendment to response deadline closing time see more
Transport Canada's Clean Marine R&D Group has posted a request for proposals (RFP) on Buyandsell.gc.ca.
The objective of the RFP is to solicit marine demonstration projects that will:
- Advance and demonstrate the technological and/or commercial readiness of ZEPS (zero emission propulsion system) for Canada's domestic vessels;
- Characterize ZEPS (zero emission propulsion system) performance and benefits (e.g. fuel consumption reduction, operational and maintenance costs, potential for commercial sustainability);
- Identify technical, regulatory or codes & standards barriers to the adoption of ZEPS (zero emission propulsion system) for Canada's domestic fleet, including associated fuel infrastructure, and recommend potential mitigations/solutions; and
- Advance publicly-available science, research and knowledge about ZEPS (zero emission propulsion system) in Canada
Web-based tool that allows businesses to view and bid on opportunities see more
Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) is using SAP Ariba, a web-based tool that allows businesses to view and bid on opportunities with the Government of Canada. All procurement that PSPC manages for the Government of Canada will take place on this tool and businesses will need an account. We are making this transition over time and in phases.
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New Web-based tool allow businesses to view and bid on opportunities with the Government of Canada see more
CanadaBuys is a new suite of online procurement services, launched by Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC). It opens up an exciting range of possibilities for doing business with the government.
Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) is using SAP Ariba, a web-based tool that allows businesses to view and bid on opportunities with the Government of Canada. CanadaBuys will ultimately replace the tendering services on the Buyandsell site. If you are used to Buyandsell, don’t worry! The transition to CanadaBuys is taking place in stages, over time.
For now, PSPC will continue to post tender opportunities on Buyandsell. The only difference is some of those tender opportunities will now redirect you to SAP Ariba. In order to view these tender opportunities in detail and to bid, businesses will be prompted to register for an account.
Registering and completing your company profile in advance will save you time and will let you put all of your focus on preparing your bid when the time comes.
Register on CanadaBuys today to join the over 3,000 suppliers already registered!
CanadaBuys is here to support you through this change. For help, call, email, or chat with our Service Desk.
Article(DND/CAF) seeking a large-scale, low carbon energy generation/transfer system for heating buildings. see more
The Department of National Defence and the Canadian Armed Forces (DND/CAF) are seeking a large-scale, low carbon energy generation/transfer system for heating existing buildings by integrating with their current hydronic heat distribution systems.