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  • GCSupply Manual sectionDetermining coverage under a trade agreement

    https://buyandsell.gc.ca/policy-and-guidelines/supply-manual/section/1/25/3
    Determine the value of the requisition. A procurement may be subject to a trade agreement if the estimated value in Canadian dollars (including options and applicable taxes) is equal to or greater than the applicable threshold. Current trade agreement ...
  • GCSupply Manual sectionAnnex: Canadian Content Policy: Rules of Origin determination

    https://buyandsell.gc.ca/policy-and-guidelines/supply-manual/annex/3/6
    * For general information on the Canadian Content Policy, please see 3.130 Canadian Content Policy. The Canadian Rules of Origin for Goods (Chapter 4 of the Canada-United States-Mexico Agreement) and Canadian Customs Tariff Harmonized System (HS) are used ...
  • GCSupply Manual sectionNotification of Procurement to Modern Treaty (Comprehensive Land Claims Agreements) Claimant Groups

    https://buyandsell.gc.ca/policy-and-guidelines/supply-manual/annex/9/2
    (See 9.35.35 Notification of Procurement) British Columbia Maa-nulth First Nations Final Agreement Maa-Nulth First Nations 5091 Tsumas-as Drive Port Alberni, British Columbia V9Y 8X9, Canada Phone: 1-250-724-1802 Fax: 1-250-724-1852 Email: info@maanulth ...
  • GCSupply Manual sectionStanding Offers

    https://buyandsell.gc.ca/policy-and-guidelines/supply-manual/section/7/10/1
    The authorization document for standing offers, entitled "Standing Offer and Call-Up Authority", may take one of the following forms: a "National Master Standing Offer (NMSO)", which is generally issued for the use of all departments. PWGSC contracting ...
  • GCSupply Manual sectionStanding Offer Forms

    https://buyandsell.gc.ca/policy-and-guidelines/supply-manual/section/4/10/20/10
    The following forms are used for call-ups against a standing offer and are available through PWGSC Forms Catalogue Web site: Standing Offer Forms Forms Number Forms Title PWGSC- TPSGC 942 Call-up Against a Standing Offer PWGSC- TPSGC 944 Call-up Against ...
  • GCSupply Manual sectionSupply Arrangement Procedures

    https://buyandsell.gc.ca/policy-and-guidelines/supply-manual/section/4/10/25/1
    Before establishing a supply arrangement (SA), the contracting officer will prepare and issue an RFSA, which will allow for a suitable pool of suppliers who meet the stated evaluation criteria. Industrial security requirements (that is, personnel, ...
  • GCSupply Manual sectionInformation on the Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business

    https://buyandsell.gc.ca/policy-and-guidelines/supply-manual/section/4/30/40
    For more information on the Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business, consult 9.40 Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business. ...
  • GCSupply Manual sectionComprehensive Land Claims Agreements and Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business

    https://buyandsell.gc.ca/policy-and-guidelines/supply-manual/section/9/35/65
    Comprehensive Land Claims Agreements (CLCAs) must not be confused with the Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business (PSAB). For more information on PSAB, see section 9.40 Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business. In certain cases, a procurement ...
  • GCSupply Manual sectionDecision to Set Aside a Procurement under the Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business

    https://buyandsell.gc.ca/policy-and-guidelines/supply-manual/section/9/40/1
    The decision to set aside a procurement under PSAB is the responsibility of the client department. There are two types of PSAB set-asides: Mandatory Set-Asides: It is mandatory to set aside a procurement under PSAB if an Aboriginal population is the ...
  • GCSupply Manual sectionCertification by Suppliers

    https://buyandsell.gc.ca/policy-and-guidelines/supply-manual/section/9/40/45
    For each procurement under the PSAB, suppliers will be required to provide, with their bid/offer/arrangement, a certification stating that they meet the definition of an Aboriginal business, according to the definition provided, on the date that the bid ...

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