Indigenous Procurement Policy Dialogue

In collaboration with Fisheries and Oceans Canada and the Canadian Coast Guard, the Institute will convene a virtual ‘workshop’ on Indigenous procurement opportunities and challenges in the DFO–CCG portfolio.

The workshop will be held over a series of sessions to target specific topics related to procurement and to include different expert panelists, officials and Indigenous business managers and entrepreneurs.

As a result of the workshop, we expect to understand:

  • the current state of DFO–CCG procurement of Indigenous-owned and -operated businesses
  • current and future Indigenous procurement opportunities at DFO–CCG
  • Indigenous capacity, expertise and gaps with regards to the procurement process and successful delivery of contracts
  • administrative and/or policy constraints and opportunities based on lessons learned and best-case examples
  • procurement officer competency and information needs related to Indigenous procurement policy directions

More information about the workshop sessions will be posted later in October 2020.

Current Federal Procurement Opportunities: Portal

To connect current DFO–CCG (and other relevant federal department/agency) procurement opportunities with Indigenous businesses and groups right now, we have collected (and will continue to update) the following requests for proposals issued on the federal buyandsell.gc.ca procurement portal. There may be other federal procurement opportunities of interest, so be sure to visit buyandsell.gc.ca on a regular basis.

Atlantic

1. Atlantic Salmon Enumeration Activities – Counting Fence (F5211-CountingFence), Bid Due: 2020/10/21 14:00 ADT

Fisheries and Oceans Canada has a requirement to conduct smolt and/or adult Atlantic Salmon enumeration activities (see Appendix A: location map). This will involve the installation, operation and removal of a counting fence as well as associated scientific sampling activities. Counting fence areas:

  • Rocky River – resulting contract number if awarded will be F5211-200021
  • Garnish River – resulting contract number if awarded will be F5211-200022
  • Campbellton River – resulting contract number if awarded will be F5211-200025
  • Western Arm Brook – resulting contract number if awarded will be F5211-200027
  • Harry’s River – resulting contract number if awarded will be F5211-200028
  • Muddy Day and Southwest Brook – resulting contract number F5211-200029
  • Sand Hill River – resulting contract number if awarded will be F5211-200030

2. Atlantic Salmon Enumeration Activities – Fishway Operation (F5211-Fishway), Bid Due: 2020/10/21 14:00 ADT

Fisheries and Oceans Canada has a requirement to conduct adult Atlantic Salmon enumeration activities (see Appendix A: location map). This will involve the operation of fishways as well as associated scientific sampling activities.

Fishway areas:

  • Northeast River – resulting contract number if awarded will be F5211-200023
  • Middle Brook and Terra Nova River – resulting contract number if awarded will be F5211-200024
  • Bishop’s Falls – resulting contract number if awarded will be F5211-200026

3. CCGS Corporal Teather Drydocking (F5561-200689/A), Bid due: 2020/10/22 14:00 ADT

Fisheries and Oceans Canada requires the dry-docking refit of the CCGS Corporal Teather, as detailed in Annex A Statement of Work. Potential bidders requiring a copy of the complete technical data package are to submit an email request directly to the Contracting Authority. The sourcing strategy relating to this procurement will be limited to suppliers in the area of origin (Eastern Canada) of the vessel in accordance with the Shipbuilding and Repair Procurement Policy. As a result of the Winter closure of the Great Lakes St Lawrence Seaway System; this procurement will be geographically limited to bidders located East of the St. Lawrence seaway lock system. A bidders’ conference will be held via teleconference on October 8, 2020 beginning at 10:00 AST.

4. Snow Clearing, Ice Control, Lawn Maintenance & Spring Clean-Up (20-58066), Bid due: 2020/11/02 14:00 ADT

To provide all labour, tools, materials and equipment for snow clearing, snow removal and ice control for the approaches, roads, parking areas, service yards, fire hydrants, overhead doors, flagpole patio and designated sidewalks for the National Research Council – Ocean, Coastal and River Engineering, #1 Arctic Avenue, St, John’s, NL. Also, to provide all labour, tools, materials and equipment to perform annual lawn care and maintenance for the same location.

5. CCG Berth 31 Lighting, Southside Base, St. John’s, NL (EA003-211302/A), Bid due: 2020/11/03 14:00 NST

Public Works and Government Services Canada has a requirement for CCG Berth 31 Lighting, Southside Base, St. John’s, NL. The work covered under this contract consists of the furnishing of all plant, labour, equipment, and material for the Pier 31 Dock Lighting upgrades. The work shall include but is not limited to the supply and installation of new light poles and light fixtures, GFCI receptacles on light poles, new lighting controls, under-ground conduits as well as the supply of commissioning for new lighting controls. Also required is the civil works for reinstatement of Pier 31 pavement and concrete.

6. CCGS Alfred Needler Dry-docking (F5561-200762/A), Bid due: 2020/11/03 14:00 ADT

The Contractor must:,

  • carry out the docking, maintenance and alterations of the Fisheries and Oceans Canada vessel CCGS Alfred Needler in accordance with the Requirement at Annex “A”.
  • carry out any approved unscheduled work not covered in the above paragraph (a).

7. Wharf Replacement 404, Higgins Shore, PEI (F5211-200401), Bid due: 2020/11/03 14:00 AST

The work covered under this project at Higgins Shore Harbour located in Prince Edouard Island, consists of furnishing of all plant, labour, equipment and material for the replacement of an existing timber pile wharf with a new steel H pile wharf, reinforced concrete pile caps, treated timber deck, fenders, wheelguards and all associated items in strict accordance with specifications and accompanying drawings and subject to all terms and condition of this contract. The contract includes mobilization and demobilization all equipment necessary to make work progress for the entire contract. Only items in the Unit Price Table will be measured for payment. All other work necessary to complete the Contract will be considered incidental to the project and will not be measured separately for payment. All work under this contract must be completed by March 31, 2021 and some work by May 31, 2021.

8. Herring Fecundity and Histology Services (F5211-200362), Bid due: 2020/11/04 14:00 AST

Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) is conducting a study to estimate fecundity and evaluate reproductive development of Atlantic herring throughout the spawning season on two spawning grounds in the Southwest Nova Scotia / Bay of Fundy area. This project involves estimating the fecundity of herring by counting a subsample of oocytes, preparing a histological section of a sample of ovarian tissue on a microscope slide for microscopic evaluation, and measuring and staging oocytes on the prepared microscope slide, and estimating dry egg mass. The proposed contract will support laboratory costs for preparing histology slides and scientific labour costs associated with processing samples. The objectives for the contracted work are to:

  • Provide an estimate of fecundity in a spreadsheet by fish identification number.
  • Prepare a histological section of a sample of ovarian tissue sectioned at an appropriate thickness and stained with hematoxylin and eosin.
  • Provide oocyte diameter measurements and developmental stages for all vitellogenic oocytes sectioned through the nucleus on each slide and provide measurements of the ovarian wall thickness when the ovarian wall appears on the slide.
  • Estimate oocyte dry mass from a sample of hydrated oocytes.

9. Developing Scientific Methods (F5211-200360), Bid due: 2020/11/05 14:00 AST

Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) is collaborating with National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Fisheries of the United States to develop a modelling approach for the 2021 assessment framework for Eastern Georges Bank haddock in Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Organization (NAFO) management unit 5Zjm. The 5Zjm haddock stock is jointly managed by Canada and the United States through the Transboundary Resource Assessment Committee (TRAC). An international working group will be formed in September 2020 to work towards developing the benchmark stock assessment framework for the Eastern Georges Bank haddock. The TRAC rejected the existing analytical modelling approach, a virtual population assessment, in 2019 because the model could no longer provide reliable results due to the presence of large retrospective patterns. Other challenges with modelling the population dynamics of the stock include density dependent growth driven by exceptionally large year classes. Science advice for management of the 5Zjm haddock stock is currently developed using indicators. A modelling approach to provide reliable management advice is needed.

The scope of this project will be to evaluate of the technical aspects surrounding analysis of fisheries data and to lead the modelling work to be conducted for 5Zjm haddock. The modelling approach will ultimately be decided collaboratively by the working group but is expected to be based on either using an assessment model with multiple sensitivities or having multiple operating models.

10. Propane (W0105-20U008/A), Bid due: 2020/11/05 14:00 AST

Department of National Defence, Canadian Forces Base (CFB) Gagetown, Oromocto, New Brunswick requires a contractor to supply automatic delivery of propane (3-GP-10A-9 Sep 66 Gas Liquified) to various locations (38 locations at CFB Gagetown, and 1 location at Saint-John, New Brunswick).

11. Snow Removal & Ice Control Joseph A. Ghiz Building 275 Pope Road Summerside, PEI (ED060-211261/A), Bid due: 2020/11/10 14:00 ADT

Public Services and Procurement Canada has a requirement for a Service Contract to furnish all necessary labour, supervision, transportation, material, tools and equipment to provide snow removal and ice control in accordance with this specification. The estimated cost (based on the Contract plus two option years) for this opportunity is within the following cost category: $500,001. – $1,000,000. All enquiries of a technical nature and all questions of a contractual nature are to be submitted in writing to the contractual authority: Darlene Reay, telephone 902-314-7957, facsimile 902-566-7514 and e-mail darlene.reay@pwgsc.gc.ca

Northern

1. Department of National Defence – 2020 Transportation Source Lists (DND/D Maj Proc 8 – 2020-001), Bid due: 2020/11/18 14:00 EDT

The Department of National Defence (DND) moves materiel and personnel domestically and internationally on an as required basis to support operations. DND accomplishes this task primarily through its own means but also contracts directly with Industry for the movement of personnel and cargo by airlift, and cargo by sea charter or freight forwarding for some multi-modal movements. To contract for transportation requirements that arise, DND maintains multiple Source Lists of pre-qualified service providers and brokers. DND’s 2018 Transportation Source Lists expire November 18, 2020. As such, DND is soliciting industry applications to renew each of these Source Lists. This includes for:

  1. Air Passenger Full Charter (domestic, international)
  2. Air Cargo Full Charter (domestic, international)
  3. Air Helicopter Charters (domestic, international)
  4. Freight Forwarding
  5. Ship Charter

A separate application is required for each Source List. Additionally, Applicants must include details to support which ever sub-grouping they are applying for, whether domestic and/or international.

2. Supply Arrangement – Incident Facilities & Catering Services in Various National Parks in Western and Northern Canada (5P420-19-0427/A), Bid Due: 2030/05/14 14:00 MDT

Parks Canada Agency fire management program requires the provision of camp facilities on an as and when requested basis in various National Parks within British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Northwest Territories. The Contractor must provide incident facilities and/or catering services located near active wildfires to support operations which would be located at road accessible locations.

ON-GOING OPPORTUNITY FOR QUALIFICATION

Pacific

1. CCGS S.W. Laurier – Load Cells (F1782-20C164/A), Bid due: 2020/11/02 14:00 PST

The Canadian Coast Guard has a requirement for the supply and delivery of one set of Load Cells for the CCGS Laurier Cranes. The requirement also includes the option to supply and deliver another two units. The requirement is detailed in the Solicitation Documents available for download near the bottom of this Tender Notice.

2. Institute of Oceans Sciences Marine Communications and Traffic Services (IOS MCTS) Renovation (EZ899-211223/A), Bid due: 2020/11/10 14:00 PST

Fisheries and Oceans Canada is seeking a qualified firm to provide renovations at the Marine Communications and Traffic Services, Institute of Ocean Sciences at Sidney, BC. The Work under this Contract may include but not limited to:

  1. Removal of existing demountable partitions.
  2. Restoration of floor, wall and ceiling finishes damaged by the partition removal
  3. Installation of new electrical and mechanical services, and connection to existing services
  4. Preparation for the installation of two new workstation.

Delivery Date: The Contractor shall perform and complete the Work 10 weeks from Contract Award.

3. CCGS Gordon Reid – Drydocking & Refit (F1782-20C125/A), Bid due: 2020/11/12 14:00 PST

The statement of work is: (a) To carry out work on the Canadian Coast Guard Vessel CCGS Gordon Reid in accordance with the associated technical specifications detailed in Annex A; and (b) To carry out Unscheduled Work authorized by the Contracting Authority. Work must commence on January 4, 2021 and be completed by March 15, 2021. By submitting a bid, the Bidder certifies that it has sufficient material and human resources allocated or available and that the above work period is adequate to both complete the known work and absorb a reasonable amount of unscheduled work. Optional Vessel Viewing: With extended health and safety protocols in place, vessel viewings will be conducted one Bidder at a time during scheduled appointments in Port Hardy, BC on October 14, 2020 between 12:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. (local time) and on October 28, 2020 between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. (local time). Appointments will be scheduled on a first come, first serve basis. No more than 3 representatives of a Bidder, including their planned subcontractor representatives, may attend any given scheduled appointment.

4. Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) (31184-201925/A), Bid Due: 2020/11/16 14:00 EDT

The National Research Council Canada has a requirement for three scanning electron microscopes. The contractor must provide three Scanning Electron Microscopes, inclusive of all hardware, components, software, onsite installation, training, documentation, warranty and calibration. All supporting cables, connectors and interfaces must be provided by the contractor.

Region of delivery: British Columbia, Ontario, Quebec.

5. Winter Highway Maintenance – Pacific Rim National Park Reserve (5P420-20-0180/A), Bid due: 2020/11/17 14:00 MST

During the winter months, the park requires assistance with plowing and winter sanding when it snows and/or when icy conditions exist. This plowing and winter sanding is required to maintain a high level of health and safety for employees and the travelling public. The specific roads for this winter highway contract work are Hwy #4, approximately 21.8 kms and Wick Road approximately 3 kms. The period of the Contract is from date of Contract to March 31, 2023 inclusive. Option to extend the term of the Contract by up to five additional one-year periods.

6. Fish Health Audit and Surveillance Database Transformation (F5211-200050), Bid due: 2020/11/23 14:00 AST

Deploy a customized, off the shelf, cloud-based software-as-a-service platform to support a rapid data capture and reporting environment for fish health data by March 31, 2021. The platform will be required to capture and manage data from a variety of sources to be used for operational activities including data integration and real-time capture of complete field data, syndromic surveillance, epidemiological analysis and to support informed and timely decision making. Once completed, the project will allow for epidemiological analysis work to be conducted on an area-by-area scale to support Area Based Management, and test and compare effects and impacts in different areas managed by DFO Aquaculture.

7. Fisheries Engineering Services (F1700-204357/A), Bid due: 2020/11/24 14:00 PDT

Public Works and Government Services Canada on behalf of Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) is inviting consulting firms with fisheries engineering expertise to submit offers for Standing Offers. The selected consultants shall provide a range of services as identified in the Required Services section of this document in British Columbia. Offerors shall be licensed or eligible to be licensed to practise in the province of British Columbia. It is PWGSC’s intention to authorize up to three Standing Offers, each for a period of three years from the date of issuance. The total dollar value of all Standing Offers is estimated to be $5,000,000.00 (Applicable Taxes included). Individual call-ups will vary, up to a maximum of $400,000.00 (Applicable Taxes included) for Salmonid Hatchery sites, and a maximum of $60,000 (Applicable Taxes included) for all other sites. Offerors should note that there is no guarantee that the full or any amount of the Standing Offers will be called-up; DFO will issue call-ups only when the specific services to be provided under the Standing Offer are needed.

8. Passive Integrated Transponder (PIT) Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) tags (F1045-200014/A), Bid due: 2020/11/30 14:00 PST

Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) Pacific Region requires to establish multiple standing offers that will provide, on an as and when requested basis, for the supply and delivery to various DFO locations in BC, of Passive Integrated Transponder (PIT) Radio-Frequency Identification (RFID) tags and equipment that has been specially designed for fish and aquatic environments and have been tested with salmonids in natural environments. The period of the Standing Offer is for two years with two additional one year optional periods. It is the intent of Canada to award up to four Standing Offers.

9. Supply Arrangement – Incident Facilities & Catering Services in Various National Parks in Western and Northern Canada (5P420-19-0427/A), Bid Due: 2030/05/14 14:00 MDT

Parks Canada Agency fire management program requires the provision of camp facilities on an as and when requested basis in various National Parks within British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Northwest Territories. The Contractor must provide incident facilities and/or catering services located near active wildfires to support operations which would be located at road accessible locations.

ON-GOING OPPORTUNITY FOR QUALIFICATION

Quebec

1. CCGS Alfred Needler Dry-docking (F5561-200762/A), Bid due: 2020/11/03 14:00 ADT

The Contractor must:

  • carry out the docking, maintenance and alterations of the Fisheries and Oceans Canada vessel CCGS Alfred Needler in accordance with the Requirement at Annex “A”.
  • carry out any approved unscheduled work not covered in the above paragraph (a).

2. CCGS Caporal Kaeble V.C., CCGS A. Leblanc, CCGS Constable Carrière – Drydock Refits – 2020-2021 (F3065-201010/B), Bid due: 2020/11/05 14:00 EST

The requirement is to: a) To carry out the ship repair work, including dry docking, regarding the Canadian Coast Guard Ships (CCGS) Caporal Kaeble V.C., A. LeBlanc and Constable Carriere, in accordance with the Technical Specifications attached as Annex A and all related drawings. b) to carry out any approved unscheduled work not covered in paragraph a) above. This bid solicitation cancels and supersedes previous bid solicitation number F3065-201010/A dated September 24, 2020, with a closing of October 21, 2020, at 14:00 (EDT). A debriefing or feedback session will be provided upon request to bidders/offerors/suppliers who bid on the previous solicitation.

3. Production of an analysis report to identify the characteristics of materials and paints (e.g. contaminants, purchase cost, lifespan, waste management, etc.) (F5211-200343) Bid due: 2020/11/13 14:00 ADT

The analysis will include collecting information on two materials in particular, treated wood and galvanized steel, and on paints used on aids to navigation sites as well as on alternative products (i.e. alternatives) that reduce the impact of environment while providing good performance of the entire building element concerned. The analysis will also include the production of an analysis report to identify the characteristics of materials and paints (e.g., contaminants, cost to purchase, service life, waste management, etc.) used and alternative and, on the other hand, information on their impacts environmental taking into account the level of toxicity of contaminants, dispersion / migration contaminants, etc. Finally, the integration of an environmental analysis, assessed on the basis of environmental and financial factors, should be presented taking into account the lifespan of the each of the components.

4. Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) (31184-201925/A), Bid Due: 2020/11/16 14:00 EDT

The National Research Council Canada has a requirement for three scanning electron microscopes. The contractor must provide three Scanning Electron Microscopes, inclusive of all hardware, components, software, onsite installation, training, documentation, warranty and calibration. All supporting cables, connectors and interfaces must be provided by the contractor.

Region of delivery: British Columbia, Ontario, Quebec.

Inland Provinces (Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta)

1. Respirometer Systems (31206-216211/B), Bid due: 2020/10/21 14:00 EDT

The National Research Council, Winnipeg – Additive Manufacturing site, is looking to purchase three (3) Respirometer Systems to test the biodegradability of various materials. All the technical specifications are detailed in the Request for proposal. This requirement also includes many deliverables, such as an on-site training for the operation and use of the systems.

2. Selkirk Coast Guard Base – HVAC Refurbishment, Selkirk, Manitoba (F5211-200203), Bid due: 2020/10/22 14:00 ADT

Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) owns and operates the Selkirk Coast Guard Base. As part of the life cycle building management process, DFO requires a Contractor to refurbish/replace the HVAC system which serves the main building at the Selkirk Coast Guard Base, located at 632 N. Main Street, Selkirk, Manitoba. The site is accessible by road. Construction is expected to extend from award across approximately two fiscal years with a break during the cold winter months. Work under this construction contract comprises labour, materials, and equipment required to refurbish/replace HVAC equipment according to project plans and specifications.

3. Building 39 Indigenous Ceremonial Building (01965-210069/A), Bid due: 2020/10/28 14:00 EDT

This procurement has been set aside under the federal government’s Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business (PSAB). In order to be considered, a supplier must certify that it qualifies as an Aboriginal business as defined under PSAB and that it will comply with all requirements of PSAB.

Partially disassemble and rebuild Building 39 complete with an internal fit-up, mechanical and electrical upgrades, services upgrades, and exterior landscaping. The Contractor must perform and complete the Work within 32 weeks from the date of notification of acceptance of the offer. The NPP Range is: $1, 000,001 to $5,000,000.

There will be a site visit on Wednesday October 14, 2020 at 9AM & 11AM. Interested bidders (one representative only) are to meet at: Bldg. 39, Central Experimental Farm, 960 Carling Avenue, Ottawa, ON. Free parking

4. Plasma Mass Spectrometer (01633-210243/A), Bid due: 2020/11/03 14:00 CST

The Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada’s Brandon Research and Development Centre, in Brandon, Manitoba has a requirement for one (1) New ICP-Mass Spectrometer as per the Mandatory Performance Specifications. Delivery, installation and testing of the requirement must be completed on or prior to March 31, 2021.

5. Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) (31184-201925/A), Bid Due: 2020/11/16 14:00 EDT

The National Research Council Canada has a requirement for three scanning electron microscopes. The contractor must provide three Scanning Electron Microscopes, inclusive of all hardware, components, software, onsite installation, training, documentation, warranty and calibration. All supporting cables, connectors and interfaces must be provided by the contractor.

Region of delivery: British Columbia, Ontario, Quebec.

National

1. Geospatial data processing work (NRCan-5000054560), Bid due: 2020/11/05 14:00 EST

Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) is seeking proposals from bidders to obtain professional services for the acquisition and processing of vector and raster geospatial data. NRCan intends to issue Supply Arrangements to those whose offers meet all the Mandatory Requirements and Conditions Precedent to the Issuance of the Supply Arrangements. Suppliers can qualify for four (4) work categories.

  1. Acquisition, structuration and normalization of vector data
  2. Dematerialization and processing of raster data
  3. Processing of aerial photos
  4. Dematerialization of aerial photos

Companies can qualify for one or more work categories and each work is evaluated individually.

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.

2. Provision of Maximo Data Cleansing Services (FP802-200095/A), Bid due: 2020/11/16 14:00 EST

The Canadian Coast Guard uses IBM’s Maximo Asset Management System (AMS) to support Lifecycle Materiel Management through the reporting and tracking of maintenance activities work orders, inventory and configuration changes. The AMS facilitates standardization and improves maintenance best practices. It provides complete information to all personnel involved in the execution of maintenance and to all levels of management for decision-making purposes. The CCG has adopted the NATO Codification System whereby each item of supply is assigned a single unique Item Master identification number and the NATO Stock Number. Within the CCG, materiel identification services are provided by the Materiel Identification Center of Expertise which is under the functional authority of the Manager, Supply Chain Management. CCG requires the standardization and validation of the existing AMS Item Master database.

3. Standing Offer: Provision of Scientific and Technical Advisory Services on Matters Related to Environmental Incidents, Response Measures and Emerging Technologies (F5211-210003), Bid due: 2020/11/17 14:00 Atlantic Standard Time

Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) has a requirement to setup Standing Offer Agreements for the provision of scientific and technical advisory services on matters related to environmental incidents, response measures and emerging technologies.

This standing offer is designed to ensure effective access to external expertise that will provide the necessary support to DFO in the exercising of its mandate and authorities. This includes, but is not limited to the provision of: expert advice; scientific support; scientific reporting and communications; operationalization of scientific knowledge; as well as research, study and/or sampling program planning and support services.

These services are required at a National scale, on an “as and when” requests basis. The objective is to award up to six (6) Standing Offer Agreements to qualified suppliers who can provide the services to meet the specific needs outlined in the Statement of Work (Annex A). The Standing Offer Agreements will be valid from the time of issue until March 31, 2025.

4. Department of National Defence – 2020 Transportation Source Lists (DND/D Maj Proc 8 – 2020-001), Bid due: 2020/11/18 14:00 EDT

The Department of National Defence (DND) moves materiel and personnel domestically and internationally on an as required basis to support operations. DND accomplishes this task primarily through its own means but also contracts directly with Industry for the movement of personnel and cargo by airlift, and cargo by sea charter or freight forwarding for some multi-modal movements. To contract for transportation requirements that arise, DND maintains multiple Source Lists of pre-qualified service providers and brokers. DND’s 2018 Transportation Source Lists expire November 18, 2020. As such, DND is soliciting industry applications to renew each of these Source Lists. This includes for:

  1. Air Passenger Full Charter (domestic, international)
  2. Air Cargo Full Charter (domestic, international)
  3. Air Helicopter Charters (domestic, international)
  4. Freight Forwarding
  5. Ship Charter

A separate application is required for each Source List. Additionally, Applicants must include details to support which ever sub-grouping they are applying for, whether domestic and/or international.