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SA Work on petroleum equipments and storage (EF970-133134/B)
2018/12/03 14:00 Eastern Standard Time (EST)
Reference number PW-$QCM-004-15960
Solicitation number EF970-133134/B
Region of delivery Quebec
Notice type Notice of Proposed Procurement (NPP)
GSIN 5169D: Other Installation Work
Trade agreement Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT)
Tendering procedure All interested suppliers may submit a bid
Competitive procurement strategy Best Overall Proposal
Procurement entity Public Works & Government Services Canada
End user entity Public Works & Government Services Canada
Trade Agreement: Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT)
Tendering Procedures: All interested suppliers may submit a bid
Competitive Procurement Strategy: Best Overall Proposal
Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No
Nature of Requirements:
Supply Arrangement – Petroleum Equipments and Storage Tank
General Information :
(i) Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC) receives requests on a regular basis from various federal departments for work to be carried out on different types of storage tank systems at federal facilities.
The main types of storage tank systems that are used in the marine environment and on land are, without being limited to, the following:
fuel distribution tanks (fuel dispensing system, service
station, marine, heliport, airport, etc.)
storage tanks (used oil, petroleum depot, etc.)
emergency power generator supply tanks
oil-burning equipment supply tanks
The types of services required under this supply arrangement are as follows:
Project for the construction of storage tank systems in the marine environment or on land (including the removal, modification, installation and/or decommissioning of this type of equipment)
Servicing of storage tank systems in the marine environment or on land (including a service call to inspect, solve or repair equipment problems such as oil leaks)
Maintenance of storage tank systems in the marine environment or on land (including preventive maintenance of pumps on a fuel dispensing system, pressure tests, leak detection tests, etc.)
(ii) the Identified User for this SA; is Public Works and Government Services Canada, Quebec Region
(iii) the period of the SA is from the SA date to April 30, 2019;
(iv) This procurement contract may be designated, in whole or in part, by one or several designated users as a set-aside for Aboriginal business pursuant to the federal government’s Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business (PSAB).
Supply Arrangement (SA):
A Supply Arrangement (SA) is a method of supply used by Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC) to procure goods and services. A SA is an arrangement between Canada and pre-qualified suppliers that allows identified users to solicit bids from a pool of pre-qualified suppliers for specific requirements within the scope of a SA.
A SA is not a contract for the provision of the goods and services described in it and neither party is legally bound as a result of signing a SA alone. The intent of a SA is to establish a framework to permit expeditious processing of “individual bid solicitations” which result in legally binding contracts for the goods and services described in those bid solicitations
On-going Opportunity for Qualification
A request for supply arrangements will be issued in accordance with the process set out below to allow new suppliers to qualify. The already qualified suppliers that were awarded a supply arrangement won’t have to submit a new arrangement.
(i) Permanent notice
A few weeks after the award of the first supply arrangments, a permanent notice will be issued on the Government Electronic Tendering System (GETS) for the duration of the Supply Arrangement. This notice will describe the procurement mechanism and invite suppliers to submit arrangements to become qualified suppliers and be awarded with a supply arrangement.
(ii) New suppliers: new suppliers may submit their application to become holders of a supply arrangement during the supply arrangement period. Already qualified suppliers won’t be removed from the suppliers list because new suppliers get qualified.
(iii) Number of supply arrangements: The Supplier acknowledges that Canada may award an unlimited number of supply arrangements throughout the period of the supply arrangement.
(iv) Cycles of qualification: Due to the resources required to evaluate the proposals, Canada reserves the right to conduct the evaluation of proposals no less than semi-annually (that is, Canada may gather proposals received over a six-month period, in order to conduct the evaluation of the proposals concurrently as part of a single cycle of evaluations).
Semi-annually Evaluation Periods:
Semester Closing Date Time of Closing Evaluation Period
S1 1st working day of December 02:00 PM Eastern Standard Time (EST) December to May 31
S2 1st working day of June 02:00 PM Eastern Advance Time (EAT) June to August 31
(v) Inability to qualify : PWGSC will inform all suppliers who are not qualified and will indicate the reasons why their proposal was rejected.
During the six (6) months period following his inability to qualify, a supplier may submit a new proposal to support its qualifications. PWGSC can conduct another evaluation, as per the Cycles of Qualification paragraph above.
The second time a supplier does not qualify, PWGSC will not evaluate other proposals from this supplier (bidding as an individual or as part of a joint venture) for a six (6) months period.
Basis of Selection – Mandatory Technical and Financial Evaluation Criteria
An arrangement must comply with the requirements of the Request for Supply Arrangements and meet all mandatory technical evaluation criteria to be declared responsive. Please note that a Suppliers qualified as an Aboriginal business for Aboriginal procurement will also be automatically qualified for general procurement.
A single SA will be issued to an Aboriginal business suppliers who qualify for both Aboriginal and general procurement.
Set-Aside Contract for Aboriginal Business:
This procurement contract may be designated, in whole or in part, by one or several designated users as a set-aside for Aboriginal business pursuant to the federal government’s Procurement Strategy for Aboriginal Business (PSAB). In order to be considered as an Aboriginal Cusiness, Suppliers must complete and sign the certification entitled “Owner/Employee Certification – Set-aside for Aboriginal Business” included in the request for supply arrangement.
Ce bureau de TPSGC fournit des services d’achat au public dans les deux langues officielles. / This PWGSC office provide procurement services in French and English.
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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Contact name Fournier, Caroline
Contact phone (418) 649-2826 ( )
Contact fax (418) 648-2209
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