RFSA -Exhibit Design - Parks Canada - National (5P306-7797326)
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- Days to closing
- 3 months 1 week hence
- Publication date
- Amendment date
- Date closing
- 2019/10/01 14:00 Eastern Daylight Time (EDT)
- Reference number
- Solicitation number
- Region of opportunity
- Region of delivery
- Notice type
- Request for Supply Arrangement (RFSA)
- Trade agreement
- World Trade Organization-Agreement on Government Procurement (WTO-AGP)
- Tendering procedure
- Procurement entity
- Parks Canada
- End user entity
- Parks Canada
- Contact name
- Kalp, Lynn
- Contact phone
- Contact fax
- Contact address
111 Water Street East Cornwall ON K6H 6S3 CA
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Request for Supply Arrangement, Parks Canada Agency Exhibit Design. The RFSA is hereby extended until October 1, 2019. All vendors currently qualified are not required to resubmit the RFSA for the extension period. Please note however that this RFSA is now a Request for Supply Arrangement Parks Canada Agency Nationally and may now be used to satisfy requirements across Canada. All vendors currently qualified under either category will be considered regardless of the region. If you are unable to provide services in any particular region please provide details to the Contracting Authority identified in the RFSA documents. Request for Supply Arrangement (SA). The Parks Canada Agency (PCA) requires the services of Contractors capable of providing PCA Field Units and Historic Sites with turnkey creative design, fabrication, communication and marketing services, and fabrication and installation services for those projects where the design has been completed on an as and when requested basis. The principle focus will be the design, fabrication and installation of both traditional and multimedia exhibits (interior and exterior) targeted to existing and new audiences National Historic Sites located through-out Eastern Canada. The Contractors will be invited to provide quote on specific requirements valued up to $2,000,000.00. Further details can be found in Annex “A” – Supply Arrangement Information and Call-up Procedures. Details of knowledge and experience are described in the Evaluation Criteria and Scope of Work included herein. Outline of the Supply Arrangement Process Request for Supply Arrangements will permit the expeditious processing of contracts for Exhibit Design, suppliers, who are issued a Supply Arrangement, will have agreed to all applicable terms and conditions as well as applicable specifications (see ANNEX “A”) in advance of any contract award. Furthermore, the suppliers have been qualified on their meeting mandatory requirements. A Request for Supply Arrangement is not a contract. The Parks Canada Agency is under no obligation to solicit any proposals through the Request for Supply Arrangement. Any level(s) of effort specified herein is an approximation of requirements given in good faith. Two Phase Procurement Process It is Canada's intention, by issuance of this Request for Supply Arrangement (RFSA) over the Government Electronic Tendering Service Buy and Sell, to establish/maintain a List of Qualified Suppliers for Exhibit Design, Fabrication and Installation. Qualification will be based entirely on meeting the mandatory requirements of this RFSA. Phase 1: is the action of soliciting offers from suppliers of Exhibit Design from which Canada intends to establish Request for Supply Arrangements with those Contractors whose offer meets all the mandatory requirements of this RFSA. Phase 2: is the action of soliciting proposals from suppliers, qualified through the Phase 1 activity, for requirements identified on an as-and-when-requested basis by Parks Canada. Any contracts that arise from the Phase 2 activity must satisfy the requirements of the solicitation. To solicit proposals for a particular requirement, Parks Canada will issue a Request for Proposal (RFP) (9400-3) to suppliers from the List of Qualified Suppliers for Exhibit Design. Suppliers must submit their proposals according to the instructions in each RFP. The proposals will be evaluated by Canada according to the method stated in the RFP. The successful bidder will be awarded a contract (pwgsc-tpsgc 9170). Each contract awarded will incorporate by reference, all the terms and conditions set out in the Supply Arrangement. This Request for Supply Arrangements does not commit The Parks Canada Agency to authorize the utilization of a Supply Arrangement.
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