What’s Canada Buying? January 21, 2013
- “The Honourable Peter MacKay, Minister of National Defence, will participate in an important announcement related to how the Government of Canada’s investments in our Canadian Armed Forces are supporting jobs in Nova Scotia (this afternoon)….”
- “…. The Department of National Defence (DND) has a requirement for Vehicle Technician Instructor services for CFSEME at Canadian Forces Base Borden. The contractor must provide the services of five (5) Anglophone and two (2) Francophone or Bilingual instructors to provide theoretical and practical instruction to Vehicle Technician Apprentice (Developmental Period 1 (DP1)) and Journeyman (Developmental Period 2 (DP2)) students. The services will be provided from April 1, 2013 to March 31, 2014 ….”
- Wanted: someone to help improve personal body armour “… To support Canadian industries that have capabilities of developing, manufacturing and integrating armours to improve processing and manufacturing techniques that will result in a better quality of armour (new technologies and/or material almost ready to be put in service and improve ceramic base for AP threats) ….”
- “Defence Construction Canada (DCC), a key client of the both the design and construction sectors, has revised its code of conduct governing procurement of goods and services. Melinda Nycholat, the Crown corporation’s vice-president, operations-procurement, said both the scope and application of the Procurement Code of Conduct have been expanded since the document was originally issued. The code now applies to all DCC contracts and covers a wider range of offences under the Criminal Code, Financial Administration Act, Income Tax Act and the Corruption of Foreign Public Officials Act as well as the Controlled Drugs and Substance Act ….”
Written by milnews.ca
21 January 13 at 12:15
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