Canadian Safety & Security Program (CSSP) Call for Proposals (CFP) - Bid Submission Period 2013 (W2207-12CSSP/B)
- Publishing status
- Days to closing
- 7 years 11 months ago
- Publication date
- Amendment date
- Date closing
- 2013/07/18 16:00 Eastern Daylight Time (EDT)
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- Solicitation number
- Region of delivery
- Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, National Capital Region, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Northwest Territories, Nova Scotia, Nunavut, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, Saskatchewan, Yukon
- Notice type
- Notice of Proposed Procurement (NPP)
- Trade agreement
- Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT)
- Procurement entity
- Public Works and Government Services Canada
- End user entity
- Department of National Defence
- Contact name
- McRae, Scott
- Contact phone
- (819) 956-1383 ( )
- Contact fax
- (819) 997-2229
- Contact address
11C1, Phase III Place du Portage 11 Laurier St. / 11, rue Laurier Gatineau, Québec K1A 0S5
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Trade Agreement: Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT) Tendering Procedures: The bidder must supply Canadian goods and/or services Attachment: None Competitive Procurement Strategy: Best Overall Proposal Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No Nature of Requirements: Canadian Safety and Security Program (CSSP) Call for Proposals (CFP) - Bid Submission Period 2013 The Bidder Guidebook for CSSP CFP - Bid Submission Period 2013 is available for download in the section called "Solicitation Documents" below. Bidders are directed to < cssp-cfp-2013-adp-pcss.myreviewroom.com > to initiate the submission process. The objective of this Call for Proposals (CFP) is to engage industry, academia and all levels of government in collaborative research projects with those government departments and agencies that have both the subject matter and project management expertise to contribute to the development of S&T solutions that address Canada's public safety and security priorities. Three types of projects will be funded through the CFP process: Studies, Research and Development, and Technology Demonstration. Since 2006, Defence Research and Development Canada - Centre for Security Science (DRDC CSS) has been the focal point in coordinating a shared approach to the delivery of three public safety and security S&T programs, the Chemical, Biological, Radiological-Nuclear, and Explosives (CBRNE) Research and Technology Initiative (CRTI), the Public Security Technical Program (PSTP) and the Canadian Police Research Centre (CPRC), through partnerships with all levels of government, industry, and academia. The harmonization of these three programs provides the foundation of the new Canadian Safety and Security Program (CSSP). In each CSSP CFP, there will be approximately $15 million available for new projects. The program scope is to deliver S&T solutions, support and advice to respond to the Government of Canada's public safety and security policy imperatives. The program will address the following issues, amongst others: 1. Horizontal co-ordination across departments, agencies, and stakeholders, including federal, provincial and territorial partners; 2. Prioritizing and matching S&T investment responses according to the assessment of public safety and security risks; 3. Leveraging existing S&T capacity, programs and agreements in government, academia and industry to accomplish program outcomes; 4. Engaging stakeholders and end-users in establishing expectations for program outcomes, and in exploiting these outcomes; 5. Supporting existing and evolving emergency preparedness and response plans and agreements; 6. Providing evidence-based analysis and advice to policy and decision makers; and 7. Informing, through S&T, the development of regulations, standards and codes. Program priorities have been identified to guide CSSP investment decision making. These Investment Priorities emphasize capability areas, objectives and threats/hazards that are relevant to the CSSP. The Investment Priorities are linked to the CSSP outcomes. The CSSP long term outcomes have been articulated to enable the development of greater resilience to global and domestic high-consequence public safety and security events. The CSSP's investments strive to increase the nation's economic vibrancy, sovereignty, multi-jurisdictional security/intelligence and national emergency management systems, and public confidence through the application of S&T. A detailed list of program outcomes can be found in the CSSP CFP Bidder Guidebook in Annex A, Program Outcomes; Annex B, Investment Priorities outlines the Investment Priorities relevant to the current bid submission period. The CSSP long term outcomes have been established to enable the development of greater resilience to global and domestic high-consequence public safety and security events. The CSSP's investments will increase the nation's economic vibrancy, sovereignty, multi-jurisdictional security/intelligence and national emergency management systems, and public confidence through the application of S&T. The following six intermediate outcomes summarize the intent of the program: 1. Advise and render implementable safety and security policy and operations; 2. Enable, connect and protect safety and security practitioners; 3. Assist rapid technology assessment and insertion; 4. Lead to resilient infrastructure; 5. Posture our borders and perimeter as secure but open; and 6. Develop alert and resilient communities. The Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT) applies to this procurement. The Bidder must be a Canadian company and at least 50% of the work performed on the proposed project must be conducted in Canada. This procurement is excluded from the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) under Annex 1001.2b, Article 1.(d) and World Trade Organization - Agreement on Government Procurement (WTO-AGP) under Appendix 1, Annex 4. Open Season Bid Submission This Call for Proposal solicitation will be posted on Buyandsell.gc.ca for a period of four years and proposals will be accepted on an annual basis during the open season. An open season is a period of time during which Bidders are invited to submit proposals. There are four open seasons for proposal submission as follows: 1. Bid Submission Period 2012 (CSSP 1): CLOSED a. Synopsis Proprosal Submission Period: September 5th to October 5th 2012, 16:00 EDT. b. Full Proposal Submission Period: November 5th to December 5th 2012, 16:00 EST 2. Bid Submission Period 2013 (CSSP OS2): OPEN a. Synopsis Proprosal Submission Period: June 20 to July 18, 2013, 16:00 EDT. b. Full Proposal Submission Period: September 10 to October 17, 2013, 16:00 EST. 3. Bid Submission Period 2014 (CSSP OS3): to be determined 4. Bid Submission Period 2015 (CSSP OS4): to be determined Proposals are sought from industry, academia, non-governmental organizations, and government institutions for all investment priorities. A complete list of CSSP investment priorities is provided in the CSSP CFP Bidder Guidebook, Annex B, Investment Priorities. The bid submission and selection process is described in the CSSP CFP Bidder Guidebook. The CSSP CFP Bidder Guidebook can be downloaded from Buyandsell.gc.ca. Information on CSSP can also be found at the following DRDC web site: http://www.drdc-rddc.gc.ca/drdc/en/centres/drdc-css-rddc-css/cana dian-safety-and-security-program/proposals-propositions All unclassified submissions must be completed through the web-based submission system. Bidders are directed to < cssp-cfp-2013-adp-pcss.myreviewroom.com > to initiate the submission process. Should there be difficulties accessing or using the submission site, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. To ensure the integrity of the competitive process, enquiries and other communications regarding the CSSP CFP must be directed only to the PWGSC Contracting Authority. Failure to comply with this requirement may result in the proposal being declared non-responsive. For further information, please contact the PWGSC Contracting Authority: Scott McRae Supply Team Leader Public Works and Government Services Canada Telephone: 819-956-1383 email@example.com 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.
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