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R&O - HLVW Axle

Solicitation number W8486-148833/B

Publication date

Closing date and time 2014/04/01 14:00 EDT

Last amendment date


    Description
    Trade Agreement: Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT)
    Tendering Procedures: All interested suppliers may submit a bid
    Attachment: YES (MERX) Electronic
    Competitive Procurement Strategy: Lowest/Lower Bid
    Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No
    Nature of Requirements: 
    R&O - HLVW Axle
    
    W8486-148833/B
    
    Benoit Paquin
    Telephone: (819) 956-3966
    Facsimile: (819) 956-5227
    Email: benoit.paquin@pwgsc-tpsgc.gc.ca
    --------------------------------------------------
    AMENDMENT 002
    
    This amendment 002 is raised to extend the bid closing date as
    follows:
    
    1. Page 1 Solicitation Closes
    
    Delete: 2014-03-14
    
    Insert: 2014-04-01
     
    
    ALL OTHER TERMS AND CONDITIONS REMAIN UNCHANGED.
    --------------------------------------------------
    AMENDMENT 001
    
    This amendment 001 is raised to extend the bid closing date and
    to amend the Request for Proposal as follows:
    
    1. Page 1 Solicitation Closes
    
    Delete: 2014-03-11
    Insert: 2014-03-14
     
    2. Request for Proposal:
    
    TABLE OF CONTENTS
    PART 5 - CERTIFICATIONS
    
    Delete:
    1.	Mandatory Certifications Required Precedent to Issuance of a
    Standing Offer
    
    Insert: 
    1.	Certifications Required Precedent to Issuance of a Standing
    Offer
    
    PART 2 - OFFEROR INSTRUCTIONS
    
    Delete:
    The 2003 (2013-06-01) Standard Instructions - Goods or Services
    - Competitive Requirements, are incorporated by reference into
    and form part of the bid solicitation.
    
    Insert: 
    The 2003 (2014-03-01) Standard Instructions - Goods or Services
    - Competitive Requirements, are incorporated by reference into
    and form part of the bid solicitation.
    
    Part 5 - Certifications
    Delete in its entirety.
    
    Insert:
    PART 5 - CERTIFICATIONS
    Bidders must provide the required certifications and associated
    information to be awarded a contract. 
    
    The certifications provided by bidders to Canada are subject to
    verification by Canada at all times.  Canada will declare a bid
    non-responsive, or will declare a contractor in default in
    carrying out any of its obligations under the Contract, if any
    certification made by the Bidder is found to be untrue whether
    made knowingly or unknowingly, during the bid evaluation period
    or during the contract period.
    
    The Contracting Authority will have the right to ask for
    additional information to verify the Bidder's certifications. 
    Failure to comply and to cooperate with any request or
    requirement imposed by the Contracting Authority may render the
    bid non-responsive or constitute a default under the Contract.
    
    1.	Certifications Required Precedent to Contract Award
    
    1.1	Integrity Provisions - Associated Information
    By submitting a bid, the Bidder certifies that the Bidder and
    its Affiliates are in compliance with the provisions as stated
    in Section 01 Integrity Provisions - Bid of Standard
    Instructions 2003.  The associated information required within
    the Integrity Provisions will assist Canada in confirming that
    the certifications are true.
    
    1.2	Federal Contractors Program for Employment Equity - Bid
    Certification
    By submitting a bid, the Bidder certifies that the Bidder, and
    any of the Bidder's members if the Bidder is a Joint Venture, is
    not named on the Federal Contractors Program (FCP) for
    employment equity "FCP Limited Eligibility to Bid" list
    (http://www.labour.gc.ca/eng/standards_equity/eq/emp/fcp/list/ine
    lig.shtml) available from Employment and Social Development
    Canada (ESDC) - Labour's website.
    
    Canada will have the right to declare a bid non-responsive if
    the Bidder, or any member of the Bidder if the Bidder is a Joint
    Venture, appears on the "FCP Limited Eligibility to Bid " list
    at the time of contract award.
    
    Canada will also have the right to terminate the Contract for
    default if a Contractor, or any member of the Contractor if the
    Contractor is a Joint Venture, appears on the "FCP Limited
    Eligibility to Bid" list during the period of the Contract.
    
    The Bidder must provide the Contracting Authority with a
    completed annex Federal Contractors Program for Employment
    Equity - Certification before contract award.  If the Bidder is
    a Joint Venture, the Bidder must provide the Contracting
    Authority with a completed annex Federal Contractors Program for
    Employment Equity - Certification, for each member of the Joint
    Venture.
    
    2. Additional Certifications Precedent to Contract Award and
    Certifications Required with the Bid
    Bidders must submit the certifications as provided below:
    
    2.1 Additional Certifications Precedent to Contract Award
    The certifications listed below should be completed and
    submitted with the bid but may be submitted afterwards. If any
    of these required certifications is not completed and submitted
    as requested, the Contracting Authority will so inform the
    Bidder and provide the Bidder with a time frame within which to
    meet the requirement. Failure to comply with the request of the
    Contracting Authority and meet the requirement within that time
    period will render the bid-non responsive.
    
    2.1.1 	Status and Availability of Resources
    The Bidder certifies that, should it be awarded a contract as a
    result of the bid solicitation, every individual proposed in its
    bid will be available to perform the Work as required by
    Canada's representatives and at the time specified in the bid
    solicitation or agreed to with Canada's representatives. If for
    reasons beyond its control, the Bidder is unable to provide the
    services of an individual named in its bid, the Bidder may
    propose a substitute with similar qualifications and experience.
    The Bidder must advise the Contracting Authority of the reason
    for the substitution and provide the name, qualifications and
    experience of the proposed replacement. For the purposes of this
    clause, only the following reasons will be considered as beyond
    the control of the Bidder: death, sickness, maternity and
    parental leave, retirement, resignation, dismissal for cause or
    termination of an agreement for default.
    
    If the Bidder has proposed any individual who is not an employee
    of the Bidder, the Bidder certifies that it has the permission
    from that individual to propose his/her services in relation to
    the Work to be performed and to submit his/her rsum to Canada.
    The Bidder must, upon request from the Contracting Authority,
    provide a written confirmation, signed by the individual, of the
    permission given to the Bidder and of his/her availability.
    Failure to comply with the request may result in the bid being
    declared non-responsive.
    
    2.1.2	Education and Experience
    SACC Manual Clause A3010T (2010-08-16) Education and Experience
    
    2.2	 Additional Certifications Required with the Bid
    Bidders must submit the following duly completed certifications
    with their bid.
    
    2.2.1	 Canadian Content Definition
    SACC Manual clause A3050T (2010-01-11) Canadian Content
    Definition
    
    2.2.1.2 Canadian Content Certification
    This procurement is conditionally limited to Canadian services.
    
    Subject to the evaluation procedures contained in the bid
    solicitation, bidders acknowledge that only bids with a
    certification that the services offered are Canadian services,
    as defined in clause A3050T, may be considered.
    
    Failure to provide this certification completed with the bid
    will result in the services offered being treated as
    non-Canadian services.
    
    The Bidder certifies that:
    
    ( ) the services offered are Canadian services as defined in
    paragraph 4 of clause A3050T.
    
    For more information on how to determine the Canadian content
    for a mix of goods, a mix of services or a mix of goods and
    services, consult Annex 3.6.(9), Example 2, of the Supply Manual
    
    PART 7 - STANDING OFFER AND RESULTING CONTRACT CLAUSES
    3.1	General Conditions
    
    Delete:
    2010C (2013-04-25) General Conditions - Goods (Medium
    Complexity) apply to and form part of the Contract. 
    
    Insert:
    2010C (2014-03-01) General Conditions - Goods (Medium
    Complexity) apply to and form part of the Contract. 
    
    9.	Certifications
    Delete in its entirety
     
    Insert:
    9.	Certifications
    
    9.1	Compliance
    The continuous compliance with the certifications provided by
    the Contractor in its bid and the ongoing cooperation in
    providing associated information are conditions of the Contract.
    Certifications are subject to verification by Canada during the
    entire period of the Contract. If the Contractor does not comply
    with any certification, fails to provide the associated
    information, or if it is determined that any certification made
    by the Contractor in its bid is untrue, whether made knowingly
    or unknowingly, Canada has the right, pursuant to the default
    provision of the Contract, to terminate the Contract for default.
    
    9.2	Contractors Program for Employment Equity - Default by the
    Contractor
    The Contractor understands and agrees that, when an Agreement to
    Implement Employment Equity (AIEE) exists between the Contractor
    and Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC)-Labour, the
    AIEE must remain valid during the entire period of the Contract.
     If the AIEE becomes invalid, the name of the Contractor will be
    added to the "FCP Limited Eligibility to Bid" list.  The
    imposition of such a sanction by ESDC will constitute the
    Contractor in default as per the terms of the Contract.
    
    11.	Priority of Documents
    
    Delete:
    (b)	2010C (2013-04-25) General Conditions - Goods (Medium
    Complexity);
    
    Insert:
    (b)	2010C (2014-03-01) General Conditions - Goods (Medium
    Complexity);
    
    ALL OTHER TERMS AND CONDITIONS REMAIN UNCHANGED.
    
    --------------------------------------------------
    This bid solicitation cancels and supersedes previous bid
    solicitation number  W8486-148833/A, dated 2013-11-25, with a
    closing of 2014-01-07 at 14:00.
    --------------------------------------------------
    
    Repair and Overhaul - Heavy Logistics Vehicles Wheeled (HLVW)
    Axle 
    
    The Department of National Defence (DND) has a requirement for
    Repair and Overhaul (R&O) , modification, testing, calibration
    and reduction to spares of Heavy Logistics Vehicles Wheeled
    (HLVW) Axle. 
    
    Design Data List (DDL)
    The requirement contains DDL, drawings and specifications.  To
    order a copy of the DDL, drawings, and specifications, bidders
    must contact the Contracting Authority by email and provide
    their full mailing address. If bidders have not received the
    documents at least ten (10) calendar days prior to bid closing
    date, bidders should communicate with the Contracting Authority.
    
    This equipment is positioned throughout Canada. Work shall be
    conducted and completed either in Canada at CF locations or at
    Contractor's plant. The attached statement of work (SOW) and its
    appendice defines the work effort required to perform R&O
    functions. The R&O functions include, but not limited to
    handling, repairing, overhauling, modifications and upgrades. 
    
    The work under this requirement will be carried out for a period
    of three (3) years from the effective date of the contract with
    an option to extend the contract for two (2) additional periods
    of one (1) year. 
    
    Debriefings 
    After contract award, bidders may request a debriefing on the
    results of the bid solicitation. Bidders should make the request
    to the Contracting Authority within fifteen (15) working days of
    receipt of notification that their bid was unsuccessful. The
    debriefing may be provided in writing, by telephone or in person
    
    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.

    Contract duration

    Refer to the description above for full details.

    Trade agreements

    • Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT)

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    Contact information

    Contracting organization

    Organization
    Public Works and Government Services Canada
    Address
    11 Laurier St, Phase III, Place du Portage
    Gatineau, Quebec, K1A 0S5
    Canada
    Contracting authority
    Paquin, Benoit
    Phone
    (819) 956-3966 ( )
    Fax
    (819) 956-5227
    Address
    11 Laurier St./11, rue Laurier
    7B1, Place du Portage, Phase III
    Gatineau, Québec, K1A 0S5

    Buying organization(s)

    Organization
    Department of National Defence
    Address
    101 Colonel By Dr
    Ottawa, Ontario, K1A0K2
    Canada
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    Summary information

    Notice type
    Request for Proposal
    Language(s)
    English, French
    Region(s) of delivery
    Alberta
    ,
    British Columbia
    ,
    Manitoba
    ,
    New Brunswick
    ,
    Newfoundland and Labrador
    ,
    Nova Scotia
    ,
    Northwest Territories
    ,
    Nunavut Territory
    ,
    Ontario (except NCR)
    ,
    Prince Edward Island
    ,
    Quebec (except NCR)
    ,
    Saskatchewan
    ,
    Yukon
    ,
    National Capital Region (NCR)
    Procurement method
    Competitive – Open Bidding
    Selection criteria
    Lowest Price

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