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November 14th, 2022Committee meeting

Ron Cormier

Government Operations committee  I believe this is the contract that was awarded on December 18, 2020 for ArriveCAN to meet the accessibility requirements of the Government of Canada. That contract had a value of $5.9 million, and $4.8 million of it was actually committed for work. The contract was covered by a

November 14th, 2022Committee meeting

Ron Cormier

Government Operations committee  Mr. Chair, I started answering the question a bit earlier. In effect, GC Strategies—

November 14th, 2022Committee meeting

Ron Cormier

Government Operations committee  Sorry, Mr. Chair, but I'm just consulting my notes to see if I have that information.

November 14th, 2022Committee meeting

Ron Cormier

Government Operations committee  Thank you for your question. GC Strategies as a company has been registered in a supply arrangement with PSPC for a number of years. The task-based informatics procurement, or TBIPS, supply arrangement is where they're presently registered. They are a tier 2 supplier, which requ

November 14th, 2022Committee meeting

Ron Cormier

Government Operations committee  Mr. Chair, that would depend on the nature of the work specified and the task authorization in the contract. It would vary from contract to contract, but it could be anywhere from “enhanced reliability” up to “secret”.

November 14th, 2022Committee meeting

Ron Cormier

Government Operations committee  Not to my knowledge.

November 14th, 2022Committee meeting

Ron Cormier

Government Operations committee  Could you repeat that number, please?

November 14th, 2022Committee meeting

Ron Cormier

Government Operations committee  Thanks for the question, Mr. Chair. In effect, the waiving of the individual security clearance would be highly situationally dependent. Without the details of that particular task authorization, I can't speak to the specifics of why that might have been the case. Generally s

November 14th, 2022Committee meeting

Ron Cormier

Government Operations committee  Thanks, Mr. Chair. PSPC is familiar with all of the contractors that we have arrangements with. For confidentiality reasons, the Government of Canada doesn't disclose the names of companies that have worked as subcontractors for one of its suppliers, as it is considered third pa

November 14th, 2022Committee meeting

Ron Cormier

Government Operations committee  Thank you for that, Mollie. In terms of examples, there are a number of different types of contracts that we enter into on behalf of our clients. One that I would draw attention to is a series of supply arrangements. In order to make the procurement process more efficient across

October 3rd, 2022Committee meeting

Ron Cormier