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B.2 Business Architect - Level 3

Solicitation number IC401606

Publication date

Closing date and time 2016/09/15 11:00 EDT

Last amendment date


    Description

    NOTICE OF PROPOSED PROCUREMENT (NPP)

    For

    TASK BASED INFORMATICS PROFESSIONAL SERVICES (TBIPS)

    GSIN: D302A INFORMATICS PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

    Reference Number:

    N/A

    Solicitation Number:

    IC401606

    Organization Name:

    Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada Canadian Intellectual Property Office

    Solicitation Date:

    2016-08-26

    Closing Date:

    2016-09-09 11:00 AM Eastern Daylight Saving Time EDT

    Anticipated Start Date:

    2016-09-30

    Estimated Delivery Date:

    N/A

    Estimate Level of Effort: 

     220 days / year

    Contract Duration:

    The initial contract period will be from date of contract award and ends one (1) year after with two (2) irrevocable options to extend it for one (1) year.

    Solicitation Method:

    Competitive

    Applicable Trade Agreements:

    WTO-AGP, NAFTA, AIT, Canada-Chile, Canada-Colombia, Canada-Panama, Canada-Peru

    Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement Applies:

    No

    Number of Contracts:

    1

    Requirement Details

    Tendering Procedure: Selective Tendering

    This requirement is open only to those TBIPS Supply Arrangement Holders who qualified under Tier 1 for services in the National Capital Region for the following category:

    One (1) Level 3 – Business Architect

    The following SA Holders have been invited to submit a proposal:

    1. A. Net Solutions Inc.
    2. Adhartas Consulting Inc.
    3. Altruistic Informatics Consulting Inc.
    4. BP&M Government IM & IT Consulting Inc.
    5. Cofomo Inc.
    6. Coradix Technology Consulting Inc.
    7. Donna Conna Inc., IBM Canada Limited; In Joint Venture
    8. Emerion
    9. Facilité Informatique Canada
    10. Groupe Intersol Group Ltd
    11. Inround Innovations Inc., 3056058 Canada Inc.; In Joint Venture
    12. Intergra Networks Corporation
    13. IT/NET Inc.
    14. Merak Systems Corporation
    15. Modis Canada Inc.
    16. Promaxis Systems Inc.
    17. S.I. Systems Ltd.
    18. Solutions Moerae Inc.
    19. Somos Consulting Group Ltd.
    20. SYstemscope Inc.
    21. Teksystems Canada Inc.
    22. Veritaaq Technology House Inc.

    1.0 TITLE

    Business Architect for the CIPO IT Modernization Program

    2.0 BACKGROUND

    The current state of the Canadian Intellectual Property Office's (CIPO) Information Technology (IT) systems impacts the organization’s ability to fulfill its vision and mandate in an effective manner. Outdated IT systems also constrain CIPO from operating efficiently, and have affected its capacity to meet modern-day demands and business needs of its customers. Furthermore, the cost of maintaining multiple systems that cannot be integrated poses a serious financial and operational risk for the organization.

    In 2013, a CIPO IT Modernization initiative was established to replace outdated, aging, costly and inflexible legacy IT systems with modern, industry proven, component-based, agile technologies – while concurrently, aligning to and leveraging Government of Canada enterprise standards and solutions.

    CIPO IT Modernization is concerned with providing the organization with efficient and responsive information technology systems that support CIPO’s ability to encourage innovation and respond to the Intellectual Property Community’s business needs, while also helping maintain a dynamic regulatory framework to respond to business Intellectual Property needs.

    As such the two areas of focus for CIPO IT Modernization are:

    • improving the online customer experience, and
    • transitioning the organization to a modernized set of industry proven technologies.

    The modernization of CIPO’s IT infrastructure will be achieved through a carefully scoped and executed sequence of IT projects over a 5-7 year time frame, to ensure that CIPO is able to learn from and build upon early implementations. This iterative process, known as the "component-based" approach, will ensure that continuous improvements in capabilities and efficiencies can be progressively realized as the portfolio of projects unfolds for maximum realization of benefits. The projects are being managed under an umbrella which is referred to as IT Modernization.

    A Program Management approach is being taken for CIPO IT Modernization wherein:

    • Individual projects are independently initiated, executed and closed in accordance with Innovation, Sciences and Economic Development Canada’s Project Stage-Gate Framework and governance;
    • Multiple projects and activities are coordinated at a “portfolio level”, ensuring the on-going alignment of project activities to CIPO’s strategic objectives and to maintain appropriate oversight and management of collective project risks;
    • A governance structure composed of senior executives from CIPO and Innovation, Sciences and Economic Development Canada, provides independent oversight of the project management teams; and
    • A formal review through Innovation, Sciences and Economic Development Canada’s Audit and Evaluation Branch has just been completed and the management action plan is being shared with the departments’ Audit Committee against the auditor’s recommendations. Yearly reviews are planned for all major IT Modernization projects in progress.

    CIPO IT Modernization Program Office requires a Senior Business Architect who will be responsible for documenting the linkages within the enterprise in terms of its governance structure, services, business processes, and business information (in the context of the IT Modernization Program); built upon industry proven, component-based and leveraging Government of Canada (GC) enterprise standards solutions.

    3.0 OBJECTIVE

    CIPO requires a Senior Business Architect to develop a component-based architecture that supports the most efficient environment meeting our various lines of business needs in delivering IP rights to our clients. It is expected that the new CIPO enterprise architecture will symbiotically allow both the lines of Business and IT strategies to enable and drive each other. CIPO recognizes that the effective enterprise architecture that is designed and guided by the efforts of the Business Architect resource selected is considered one of the key means by which the IT Modernization Program will provide CIPO’s with a responsive IT infrastructure (note here that IT Architecture is the responsibility of the Chief Information Office (CIO) and will therefore not be led by the Business Architect).

    4.0 SCOPE OF WORK

    4.1 General Description:

    Reporting to the ITM Program Director, the Business Architect will be responsible for the delivery of a current Business Architecture for CIPO. The Business Architect will also work directly with all other members of IT Modernization Program Office to effectively and jointly deliver the program (including the IT architecture resources within the Industry Canada CIO).

    4.2 Tasks

    In this role the Business Architect will perform the following tasks but is not limited to:

    • Models "What if" scenarios and recommends appropriate changes to the existing architecture, and recommends alternative solutions, methodologies and strategies.
    • Produces an architectural iteration plan, recommends prioritization of architecture evolution initiatives, and develops and/or implement an architecture evolution plan.
    • Manages the development and initial implementation of a Business architectural improvement plan.
    • Document CIPO’s current Business architecture (high level) and future business architecture
    • Evaluates CIPO's business architecture to determine its consistency and integration with CIPO’s 5 year business strategy and IT strategies
    • In conjunction with CIO IT Architects, assess the degree of its alignment with Treasury Board CIO Business Transformation Enablement Program (BTEP) and Federated Architecture Program (FAP) and recommend changes to CIPOs business and IT architecture to improve its alignment with these external factors.
    • Identifies future business requirements against the current architecture visions, performs gaps analyses, develops Requirements for Technology Architectures (RTA), and prepare migration strategies.
    • Assesses the feasibility of migrating from the current state to a more Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) target business architecture and enabling technologies and identifies the risks associated with migrating to the target business architecture and technologies and make recommendations for risk mitigation.
    • Identifies business trends that creates opportunities for business improvement, and advises the lines of business and Senior Executives on industry –proven and emerging technologies as well as Government trends ( i.e. Clustering models for Back Office Administrative Systems) that will impact on CIPO’s and government IT architectures and business strategies.
    • Coaches, mentors and trains the IT modernization Program Architects and works in harmony with all programs Branch and the SOA Architect on all of the above Enterprise Architecture initiatives.

    4.3 Deliverables

    The Business Architect resource will:

    • Develop a business architecture framework (methods, standards, governance)
    • Develop a business architecture plan
    • Guide the interaction between business and IT
    • Provide CIPO stakeholders with guidance and advice in gathering and documenting business processes
    • Develop business architecture models/artifacts in accordance with the approved plan
    • Lead the mapping of business capabilities to organizational units, processes, and system components
    • Review stakeholder requirements to identify business process improvements
    • Design the CIPO Business Architecture Building Blocks 
    • Develop the CIPO Business Architecture Principles, goals and drivers
    • Assess the feasibility of using the CIPO Architecture Repository – System Architect
    • Produce the CIPO Business Architecture Roadmap
    • Create and socialize the CIPO Business Architecture Vision
    • Develop a Business Architecture Communications Plan

    All deliverables must be produced in English.

    4.4 Constraints

    The contractor must abide with the government policies and standards, security, sensitivity and protection of the environment and conservation of information.

    Several Government wide initiatives might impact the Programs and portfolio of projects as well as the Innovation, Sciences and Economic Development Canada departmental initiatives.

    4.5 Client Support

    The consultant will be provided with the following:

    • A workstation
    • A computer, not a laptop
    • Software (MS Office, Visio, MS Project, Time Reporting System,)
    • Email account

    NOTE: Neither a land line phone nor a cell phone will be provided.

    4.6 Official Languages

    Written and oral communications through meetings, emails and over the phone will be held in both French and English. The Business Architect should have the ability to work in both official languages of Canada and be able to attend meetings in both official languages. All deliverables must be produced in English.

    5.0 WORK LOCATION

    The consultant will carry out the majority of the work on CIPO premises located at 50 Victoria, Gatineau, Québec, during normal business hours. The expectation is that the Business Architect will be on site and accessible to CIPO staff during core hours (between 8AM – 4PM).

    Any offsite work must be pre-authorized by the CIPO project authority in writing. If offsite work is approved, no protected and/or classified information may be removed from CIPO premises.

    The consultant may be required to attend occasional meetings at Innovation, Sciences and Economic Development Canada’s head office located at 235 Queen Street in Ottawa, ON.

    6.0 TRAVEL

    There are no requirements to travel outside of the National Capital Region (NCR). Travel costs and travel time within the NCR will not be reimbursed.

    Security Requirement: PWGSC FILE # Common PS SRCL #4 applies Minimum Corporate Security Required: FSC - SECRET Minimum Resource Security Required: SECRET

    Contract Authority: Name: Stephanie Cleroux

    Phone Number: 343-291-1358

    Email Address: stephanie.cleroux2@canada.ca

    To facilitate the process, Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada has chosen to attach a copy of the RFP to this NPP to allow those suppliers who were not formally invited to bid on this requirement to submit a proposal should they wish to do so. Only pre-qualified suppliers TBIPS SA Category B.2 Business Architect level 3 listed in Annex A below are eligible to submit a proposal on this requirement. (Suppliers listed in Annex A of this notice should hereby consider themselves invited to bid (there is no requirement for the suppliers listed in Annex A to further request to be added to the invited bidders list).

    Note: Any resulting Questions and Answers (Q&A) related to this RFP will be posted on GETS as they are issued. No Q&A will be emailed directly to any suppliers. This list will not be updated if additional suppliers request copies of the bid solicitation.

    Inquiries

    Inquiries regarding this RFP requirement must be submitted to the Contracting Authority named above. Request for Proposal (RFP) documents will be e-mailed directly from the Contracting Authority to the Qualified Supply Arrangement Holders who are being invited to bid on this requirement. BIDDERS ARE ADVISED THAT “BUYANDSELL.GC.CA” IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR THE DISTRIBUTION OF SOLICITATION DOCUMENTS. The Crown retains the right to negotiate with any supplier on any procurement. Documents may be submitted in either official language.

    NOTE: Task‐Based Informatics Professional Services (TBIPS) Method of Supply is refreshed three (3) times per year. If you wish to find out how you can be a “Qualified SA Holder”, please contact RCNMDAI.‐NCRIMOS@pwgsc.gc.ca

    ANNEX A

    List of suppliers

    Only SA Holders listed below are eligible to submit a proposal in response to RFP # IC401606.

    The following 246 suppliers are eligible as they were listed as pre-qualified as per the search done on August 24, 2016, based on the following search criteria:

    Professional Services: TBIPS Supply Arrangement

    Services Stream: 4. Business Services

    Number of Resources and Level of Effort: 1x B.2 Business Architect - Senior (Level 3);

    Supplier Security Clearance: SECRET

    Document Safeguarding: None required

    Region/Metropolitan: NCR

    Estimated Requirement Dollar Value Range: Greater than NAFTA to $2 Million

    1. 1019837 Ontario Inc.
    1. 2707209 Canada Inc. o/a Kleins Consulting
    1. 2iSolutions Inc.
    1. 4165047 Canada Inc.
    1. 4165047 CANADA INC., INNOVISION CONSULTING INC., IN JOINT VENTURE
    1. 49 Solutions Inc.
    1. 4Plan Consulting Corp.
    1. 529040 ONTARIO INC and 880382 ONTARIO INC
    1. 6362222 CANADA INC., doing business as the Createch Group
    1. 7792395 Canada Inc.
    1. 8si Inc.
    1. A Hundred Answers Inc.
    1. A. Net Solutions Inc.
    1. A.S.G. Inc.
    1. Accenture Inc.
    1. Access Corporate Technologies Inc.
    1. Action Personnel of Ottawa-Hull Ltd
    1. ADGA Group Consultants Inc.
    1. Adhartas Consulting Inc.
    1. Adirondack Information Management Inc., Amita Corporation, Artemp Personnel Services Inc., The AIM Group Inc.,in JOINT VENTURE
    1. ADIRONDACK INFORMATION MANAGEMENT INC., Valcom Consulting Group Inc., FlexEDGE Consulting Inc., IN JOINT VENTURE
    1. ADRM Technology Consulting Group Corp.
    1. ADRM Technology Consulting Group Corp. and Randstad Interim Inc
    1. Aerotek ULC
    1. Alcea Technologies Inc.
    1. Alika Internet Technologies Inc.
    1. Alivaktuk Consulting Inc. & NavPoint Consulting Group Inc. in JV
    1. Altis Human Resources (Ottawa) Inc., and Excel Human Resources Inc., in Joint Venture
    1. ALTRUISTIC INFORMATICS CONSULTING INC.
    1. AMITA Corporation
    1. Amtek Engineering services Ltd.
    1. Andrew Mazeikis, Andrew Lee
    1. Apption Corporation
    1. ARTEMP PERSONNEL SERVICES INC
    1. Axio Solutions Inc.
    1. AZUR HUMAN RESOURCES LIMITED
    1. B.D.M.K. Consultants Inc.
    1. BBG Management Corporation
    1. BDO Canada LLP
    1. Belham PDS Inc.
    1. Bevertec CST Inc.
    1. Beyond Technologies Consulting Inc.
    1. BiR Consulting Inc.
    1. BMB Data Consulting Services Inc.
    1. BP & M Government IM & IT Consulting Inc.
    1. Bridgetown Consulting Inc.
    1. BurntEdge Incorporated
    1. Cache Computer Consulting Corp.
    1. CAE Inc.
    1. Calian Ltd.
    1. CGI Information Systems and Management Consultants Inc.
    1. CISTEL TECHNOLOGY INC, TECSIS CORPORATION IN JOINT VENTURE
    1. Cistel Technology Inc.
    1. CloseReach Ltd.
    1. CM Inc.
    1. Cofomo Inc.
    1. Cogniva Information Solutions Inc.
    1. Compugen Incorporated
    1. Computer Sciences Canada Inc. /Les sciences de l'informatique Canada Inc.
    1. Confluence Consulting Inc.
    1. Confluence Consulting Inc. in Joint Venture with the Corporate Renaissance Group
    1. Conoscenti Technologies Inc.
    1. Contract Community Inc.
    1. Coradix technology Consulting Ltd.
    1. CORE Software Corp
    1. CoreTracks Inc.
    1. CSI Consulting Inc.
    1. CSI Consulting Inc., FoxWise Technologies Inc., DWP Solutions Inc., Innovision Consulting Inc., IN JOINT VENTURE
    1. CVL INFORMATION SOLUTIONS INC.
    1. Dalian Enterprises and Coradix Technology Consulting, in Joint Venture
    1. Dare Human Resources Corporation
    1. Davidson Violette & Associates Inc.
    1. Deloitte Inc.
    1. Design Group Staffing Inc.
    1. DIYMONDE SOLUTIONS INC., HALLUX CONSULTING INC., IN JOINT VENTURE
    1. DLS Technology Corporation
    1. Dolomite Networks Corporation
    1. Donna Cona Inc.
    1. DONNA CONNA INC., IBM CANADA LIMITED IN JOINT VENTURE
    1. DWP Solutions Inc.
    1. Eagle Professional Resources Inc.
    1. Emerion
    1. Empowered Networks Inc.
    1. Emtec Infrastructure Services Canada Corporation
    1. Epixus Incorporated
    1. Equasion Business Technologies Consulting Inc
    1. Equasion Business Technologies Consulting Inc and Watershed Information Technology Inc in CJV
    1. Ernst & Young LLP
    1. Esper Consulting Inc.
    1. Etico Software Canada Inc.
    1. eVision Inc., SoftSim Technologies Inc. in Joint Venture
    1. Evolving Web Inc.
    1. Excel Human Resources Inc.
    1. Excelsa Technologies Consulting Inc.
    1. Facilité Informatique Canada Inc.
    1. Flex Tech Services Inc.
    1. Four Point Solutions Ltd.
    1. Foursight Consulting Group Inc.
    1. FoxRed Consulting Inc.
    1. FoxRed Consulting Inc., CloseReach LTD. in JOINT VENTURE
    1. FoxWise Technologies and OnX Enterprise Solutions in Joint Venture
    1. Fujitsu Consulting (CANADA) Inc./Fujitsu Conseil (Canada) Inc.
    1. Gartner Canada Co.
    1. GCSTRATEGIES INCORPORATED
    1. General Dynamics Canada Limited
    1. General Dynamics Information Technology Canada Ltd.
    1. Gevity Consulting Inc. / Gevity Conseil Inc.
    1. Greenline Systems Canada, ULC
    1. Groupe Alithya Inc / Alithya Group Inc
    1. Groupe Intersol Group Ltee.
    1. Halo Management Consulting Inc.
    1. Halo Management Consulting Inc., Quallium Corporation in Joint Venture
    1. Harrington Marketing Limited
    1. HCM WORKS INC./HCM TRAVAIL INC.
    1. Helix Management Consulting Services Inc.
    1. HELM'S DEEP CONSULTING CORP., MESSA COMPUTING INC., THINKPOINT INC., IN JOINT VENTURE
    1. Hewlett-Packard (Canada) Co. Hewlett-Packard (Canada) Cie
    1. Holonics Inc.
    1. HubSpoke Inc.
    1. I4C INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY CONSULTING INC
    1. IAN MARTIN LIMITED
    1. IBISKA Telecom Inc.
    1. Ibiska Telecom Inc. and CM Inc., as a contratual Joint Venture
    1. IBM Canada Ltd.
    1. IDS Systems Consultants Inc.
    1. iFathom Corporation
    1. Information Management and Technology Consultants Inc.
    1. Inround Innovations Incorporated, 3056058 Canada Inc., IN JOINT VENTURE
    1. Integra Networks Corporation
    1. Interis Consulting Inc.
    1. Isheva Inc.
    1. IT Services Canada Inc.
    1. IT Services Canada Inc., ADGA Group Consultants Inc., In Joint Venture
    1. IT/Net - Ottawa Inc.
    1. IT/NET OTTAWA INC, KPMG LLP, in joint venture
    1. J.W. Thomas Consulting Inc., Waterloo North Computer Services Ltd., Advivum Inc. IN JOINT VENTURE
    1. Jumping Elephants Incorporated
    1. Juno Risk Solutions Incorporated
    1. KPMG LLP
    1. Lannick Contract Solutions Inc.
    1. Lansdowne Technologies Inc.
    1. Le Groupe Conseil Bronson Consulting Group
    1. Leo-Pisces Services Group Inc.
    1. Leverage Technology Resources Inc.
    1. Leverage Technology Resources Inc., Farlane Systems Inc., IN JOINT VENTURE
    1. LGS GROUP CONSULTING CORPORATION
    1. Lightning Tree Consulting, Burbek, and P.G. Rodier Consulting in Joint Venture
    1. LIKE 10 INC.
    1. LIKE 10 INC., SoftMosis Inc. IN JOINT VENTURE
    1. Lintex Computer Group Inc.
    1. LNW Consulting Inc
    1. Lockheed Martin Canada Inc.
    1. Logic 2000 Incorporated
    1. Lumina IT inc.
    1. Makwa Resourcing Inc., TPG Technology Consulting Ltd. in JOINT VENTURE
    1. Manpower Services Canada Ltd.
    1. Maplesoft Consulting Inc.
    1. MaxSys Staffing & Consulting Inc.
    1. MDA Systems Ltd.
    1. MDOS CONSULTING INC.
    1. MDOS Consulting Inc., INVA Corporation, KOZA Technology Consulting Inc., in Joint Venture
    1. MERAK Systems Corporation
    1. Messa Computing Inc.
    1. Metaflow Inc.
    1. MGIS Inc.
    1. MGIS Inc., B D M K Consultants Inc IN JOINT VENTURE
    1. Michael Wager Consulting Inc.
    1. Mindstream Training Center and Professional Services Bureau, Inc
    1. Mindwire Systems Ltd.
    1. Modis Canada Inc
    1. Myticas Consulting Inc.
    1. N12 Consulting Corporation
    1. NavPoint Consulting Group Inc.
    1. New Technologies Inc.
    1. Newfound Recruiting Corporation
    1. NEWFOUND RECRUITING CORPORATION, APPTION CORPORATION , IN JOINT VENTURE
    1. Nisha Technologies Inc.
    1. Nisha Technologies Inc., Contract Community Inc., IN JOINT VENTURE
    1. Nortak Software Ltd.
    1. NRNS Incorporated
    1. Nurun inc.
    1. Olav Consulting Corp
    1. ONIX Networking Canada Inc.
    1. OnX Enterprise Solutions Ltd.
    1. OpenFrame Technologies and Mindstream TC & PSB in Joint Venture
    1. OpenFrame Technologies, Inc.
    1. Orangutech Inc.
    1. Orbis Risk Consulting Inc.
    1. Pleiad Canada Inc.
    1. Portage Personnel Inc.
    1. PRECISIONERP INCORPORATED
    1. PrecisionIT Inc,IDS Systems Consultants Inc., PrecisionERP Incorporated, in JOINT VENTURE
    1. Pricewaterhouse Coopers LLP
    1. Primex Project Management Limited
    1. Procom Consultants Group Ltd.
    1. Procom Consultants Group Ltd., Emerion , IN JOINT VENTURE
    1. Proex Inc.
    1. Professional Computer Consultants Group
    1. Prolity Corporation
    1. Promaxis Systems Inc
    1. Promaxis Systems Inc. and Holonics Inc. IN JOINT VENTURE
    1. Promitus Solutions Ltd., in Joint Venture with Icorp.ca Inc., Fineworks, Hamilton, Thomas & Associates Ltd., Elemental Strategies Inc.
    1. Protak Consulting Group Inc.
    1. ProVision IT Resources Ltd.
    1. QMR Staffing Solutions Incorporated
    1. QMR STAFFING SOLUTIONS INCORPORATED, 3D GLOBAL ENTERPRISES INC. IN JOINT VENTURE
    1. Quallium Corporation
    1. QUIRC QUALITATIVE INSIGHTS, RESEARCH & CONSULTING INC.
    1. RainMakers Consulting Services Inc
    1. Randstad Interim Incorporated
    1. Robertson & Company Ltd.
    1. Run Straight Consulting Ltd
    1. S.i. Systems Ltd.
    1. Samson & Associés CPA/Consultation Inc
    1. Shore Consulting Group Inc.
    1. Sierra Systems Group Inc.
    1. SoftSim Technologies Inc.
    1. Solutions Moerae Inc
    1. Somos Consulting Group Ltd.
    1. Spaghetti Logic Inc.
    1. Spearhead Management Canada Ltd.
    1. Spectra FX Inc.
    1. SRA Staffing Solutions Ltd.
    1. Strategic Relationships Solutions Inc.
    1. Sundiata White Group - Intellistaff Ltd.
    1. Symbiotic Group Inc.
    1. Systematix IT Solutions Inc./Systematix Technologies de L'Information Inc./Les Services Conseils Systematix Inc. in Joint Venture.
    1. SYSTEMATIX SOLUTIONS TI INC/SYSTEMATIX IT SOLUTIONS INC
    1. Systemscope Inc.
    1. Systemscope Inc., LNW Consulting Inc., Perfortics Consulting Inc., VK Computer Systems Inc., Lansdowne Technology Services Inc., IN JOINT VENTURE
    1. T.E.S. Contract Services INC.
    1. TAG HR The Associates Group Inc.
    1. Teambuilder Consulting Inc.
    1. TECSIS Corporation
    1. TEKSYSTEMS CANADA INC./SOCIETY TEKSYSTEMS CANADA INC.
    1. TELUS Communications Inc.
    1. TeraMach Technologies Inc.
    1. Thales Canada Inc.
    1. The AIM Group Inc.
    1. The Bell Telephone Company of Canada or Bell Canada/La Compagnie de Téléphone Bell du Canada ou Bell Canada
    1. The Devon Group Ltd.
    1. The Halifax Group Inc.
    1. The KTL Group, Inc.
    1. The VCAN Group Inc.
    1. The VCAN Group Inc., Titus International Inc. in Joint Venture
    1. Tiree Facility Solutions Inc.
    1. TPG Technology Consulting Ltd.
    1. Transpolar Technology Corporation and The Halifax Computer Consulting Group In Joint Venture
    1. Trillys Systems inc.
    1. Trinetra Systems Inc.
    1. TRM Technologies Inc.
    1. TRM Technologies Inc., BP&M Government IM & IT Consulting Inc., IN JOINT VENTURE
    1. Turtle Technologies Inc.
    1. Turtle Technologies Inc. and SOMOS Consulting Group Ltd. In Joint Venture
    1. Unisys Canada Inc.
    1. Valcom Consulting group Inc.
    1. Veritaaq Technology House Inc.
    1. Watershed Information Technology Inc., ED-COM Software Inc. and IDEV Solutions Inc. as a contractual Joint Venture
    1. Yoush Inc.
    1. Zernam Enterprise Inc

    Contract duration

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    Trade agreements

    • World Trade Organization Agreement on Government Procurement (WTO GPA)
    • Canada-Panama Free Trade Agreement
    • Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT)
    • Canada-Chile Free Trade Agreement (CCFTA)
    • Canada-Colombia Free Trade Agreement
    • Canada-Peru Free Trade Agreement (CPFTA)
    • North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA)

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    Contracting organization

    Organization
    Industry Canada
    Contracting authority
    Cleroux, Stephanie
    Phone
    343-291-1358
    Address
    235 Queen street
    Ottawa, ON, K1A 0H5
    CA

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    Organization
    Industry Canada
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    English
    4
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    English
    7
    001
    English
    8
    English
    15
    English
    12
    English
    19
    000
    French
    5
    000
    English
    57

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