Canada - EREP: Mobile Incident Command Post - Type 3 Deployable Communications and Informatics Kit (MICP 3) (F7047-180094/A)

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Opportunity closing date
15 January 2020
Opportunity publication date
26 November 2019
Value of contract
to be confirmed
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Trade Agreement: CETA / WTO-AGP / CPTPP / NAFTA / CFTA / FTAs with Peru / Colombia / Panama / Korea
Tendering Procedures: All interested suppliers may submit a bid
Competitive Procurement Strategy: Lowest/Lower Bid
Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No
Nature of Requirements:

The MICP Type 3 Deployable Communications and Informatics Kit (hereafter referred as MICP 3) is intended to be a flexible modular deployable kit used to coordinate an incident response for marine pollution incidents using the Incident Command System (ICS) framework. MICP 3 will provide a modern network enabled communications capability that allows for command and control of a response with capability to directly communicate with both Regional and National Headquarters. MICP 3 is intended to be deployed into existing infrastructure such as government buildings, schools, mobile trailers, or community centres but may be deployed into austere conditions. The MICP 3 must be deployable by motor transit, aircraft and small vessels.
This procurement is part of the Environmental Response Equipment (ERE) Program for the Canadian Coast Guard, and forms part of the Oceans Protection Plan announced in November 2016. Under the ERE Program, Canadian Coast Guard is renewing its suite of environmental response equipment, ensuring a robust and strategic national response capability. The ERE Program will replace aging environmental response equipment and introduce some new technologies to over 80 locations across the country through approximately 50 to 100 unique procurements for different types of equipment.

The requirement is subject to the provisions of the World Trade Organization Agreement on Government Procurement (WTO-AGP), the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), the Canada-European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA), the Canadian Free Trade Agreement (CFTA) and the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP).

This bid solicitation may establish a contract with task authorizations for the delivery of the requirement detailed in the bid solicitation, to the Identified Users across Canada, including areas subject to Comprehensive Land Claims Agreements.

At the time when a Task Authorization is issued, the Contracting Authority and/or Project Authority will discuss with the Contractor to determine if there is an opportunity to include an Indigenous Benefits Plan which generates socio-economic benefits (employment, training and subcontracting) for Indigenous people or businesses.

The Federal Contractors Program (FCP) for employment equity applies to this procurement; see Part 5 – Certifications and Additional Information, Part 7 - Resulting Contract Clauses and the annex titled Federal Contractors Program for Employment Equity - Certification.

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Delivery Date: Above-mentioned

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Documents may be submitted in either official language of Canada.

Opportunity closing date
15 January 2020
Value of contract
to be confirmed

About the buyer

Fisheries and Oceans Canada Canada

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