Royal Canadian Mounted Police

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Purchasing Office - Bureau des achats: Procurement & Contracting Services 73 Leikin Drive, Loading Dock - Building M I Mailstop # _15 Ottawa, ON KIA OR2

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Seeurity Screening Personnel lind Equipment

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Client Reference No. - No. De Reference au Client M6500·0-CSPG Contract No.· N> OU contract 7156319 finallcial Codes· Codes IlmIPCil1fS 474 - 00229 -219 F,O.B. - F.A.S. Destination Destination services:

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Your proposal is accepted to sell to Her Majesty the Queen in right of Canada, in aceordaece with me terms and conditions set out herein. referred to herein or attached hereto, the supplies and/or services listed herein and on any attached sheets at the price or prices set OUI therefor. Nous acceptons votre proposition de vendre a Sa MajeSle ta Reine du chef du Canada, aux conditions enoncees Oil incluses par reference dans les presentes, el aux annexes ci-jointes, les articles et/ou les services enumeres dans les presentes, et sur toute fcuille ci-snnexee, au(x) prix indique{s).
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Royal Canadian Mounted Police Gendarmerte royale du Canada
Purchasing Office - Bureau des achats: Procurement & Contracting Services 73 Leikin Drive, Loading Dock - Building M I Mailstop # __ 15 Ottawa, ON KIA 0R2

Title-Sujet Security Screening Personnel and Equipment

Date May 18,2010

Client Reference No. - No. De Reference au Client M6500-0-CSPG Contract No. - N° du contract 7156319 Financial Codes - Codes financiers 474 - 00229 -- 219 F.O.B. - FAR. Destination GST-TPS see herein-ci-inclus
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Your proposal is accepted to sell to Her Majesty the Queen in right of Canada, in accordance with the terms and conditions set out herein, referred to herein or attached hereto, the supplies and/or services listed herein and on any attached sheets at the price or prices set out therefor. Nous acceptons votre proposition de vendre a Sa Majeste la Reine du chef du Canada, aux conditions enoncees ou incluses par reference dans les presentes, et aux annexes ci-jointes, les articles et/ou les services enumeres dans les presentes, et sur toute feuille ci-annexee, au(x) prix
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CONTRACT

Destination of Goods and Services: Destinations des biens et services: Royal Canadian Mounted Police 2010 G8 and G20 Summits 612 Welham Road Barrie, ON L4N 8Z8 Attn: §_gt. Gary Christansen Invoices - Original and two copies to be sent to: Factures - Envoyer I'original et deux copies a: Same as above Attn: Sgt. Garv Christansen

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Vendor Name ana Address Raison soeiale et adresse ell! fourulsseur

Address Inquiries to: - Adresser toute demande de renseignements Ii: Jessica Miller Senior Procurement & Contracting Officer Telephone No. - No de telephone (613) 843-3816 Total Estimated Cost - Cout total estimatif $22,047,001.20 GST Included For the Minister - Pour Ie Ministre Fax: (613) 825-0082 CurrencyCAD Devise

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Royal Canadian Mounted Police Gendarmerie royale du Canada Government
of Canada

Gouvernement
du Canada

Contract No.

7156319

This procurement

is subject to the National Security Exemption.

The Contractor personnel are required to be security cleared at the level of RCMP SAMS Accreditation as verified by the Personnel Security Unit (PSU) of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), Although a Contract is being awarded, Work is not to commence until the Contractor personnel have been security cleared to the level necessary. 1. Statement of Work

The Contractor must perform the Work in accordance with the Statement of Work at Annex" A".

2.

Standard Clauses and Conditions

All clauses and conditions identified in the Contract by number, date and title are set out in the Standard Acquisition Clauses and Conditions Manual issued by Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC). The Manual is available on the PWGSC Website: http://sacc.pwgsc.gc.ca/sacc/index-e.jsp. 2.1 General Conditions

General Conditions - Higher Complexity - Services 2035 (20 I 0/0 1111), with the following modifications, will apply to and form part of this Contract. General Conditions - Higher Complexity - Services 2035 (2010/01111) is modified as follows:

For the purposes of the General Conditions and SACC Manual Clauses, where applicable, delete "Public Works and Government Services" and substitute with: "Royal Canadian Mounted Police".

3.

Security Requirement

3.1 Security Requirement
The contractor is required to be security cleared at the level of RCMP SAMS Accreditation the Personnel Security Unit (rSU) of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP). The Contractor SHALL NOT remove or make copies of any DESIGNATED information or assets from the identified work site(s). as verified by

or CLASSIFIED

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Term of Contract

The period of the Contract is from date of contract award to June 30, 2010, inclusive.

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Authorities Contracting Authortty
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Gouvernement
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Contract No.

7156319

The Contracting Authority for the Contract is: Jessica Miller or a representative Senior Procurement & Contracting Officer Procurement & Contracting Branch RCMP 73 Leikin Drive Ottawa, Ontario

KIA OR2
Telephone: (613) 843-3816 Facsimile: (613) 825-0082 E-mail address:Jessica.Miller@rcmp-grc.gc.ca The Contracting Authority is responsible for the management of the Contract and any changes to the Contract must be authorized in writing by the Contracting Authority. The Contractor must not perform work in excess of or outside the scope of the Contract based on verbal or written requests or instructions from anyone other than the Contracting Authority.

5.2

Project Authority

The Project Authority for the Contract is:
Sgt. Gary Christansen Private Security Coordinator 2010 08 and G20 Summits 612 Welham Road Barrie, ON L4N 8Z8 Telephone: (705) 727-5749 E-mail: Gary.Christansen@rcmp-grc.gc.ca The Project Authority is the representative of the department or agency for whom the Work is being carried out under the Contract and is responsible for all matters concerning the technical content of the Work under the Contract. Technical matters may be discussed with the Project Authority; however, the Project Authority has no authority to authorize changes to the scope of the Work. Changes to the scope of the Work can only be made through a contract amendment issued by the Contracting Authority.

5.3

Contractor's

Representative

Todd Severson Project Director Contemporary Security Canada 333 Terminal Avenue Suite 301 3

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of Canada

Gouvernement
du Canada

Contract No.

7156319

Vancouver, Be V6A4Cl

The Contractor's Representative is the resource at the Contractor's management contacted concerning technical and/or administrative issues under the Contract. 6. 6.1 Payment Basis of Payment

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The Contractor will be paid a firm all-inclusive hourly rate for personnel for hours worked and a finn allinclusive rate for equipment reasonably and properly incurred in the performance of the Work, determined in accordance with the Basis of Payment detailed below. Customs duty is extra and, Goods and Services Tax or Harmonized Sales Tax is extra, if applicable. The Basis of Payment will be derived for each summit as outlined below:
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Gouvernement
du Canada

Contract No.

7156319

*The Billing Hourly Rate is a firm all inclusive rate to be paid to the contractor for hours worked. At a minimum the rate shall include; pay rate, benefits, uniforms, administrative costs, training, overhead, profit and travel. The contractor will not be allowed to add any additional overtime or any other costs to this rate. Table 3 - Personnel For the G8 Summit - Huntsville Venues: r-f~sitiol1 ORC Staff Summit Security Supervisor Lane Supervisors Screeners 1-:::--------------Greeters
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For G20 Summit

Position I Qty ORC Staff Approximately 50 people t---S_um_;.:_m_it_S::_e.:_c...;;;u_ri .... ty'-S.:;_U;.:.&lP:c..:'e_rv.;_ci.;;_so__:r -!--'I_,pc...<e_f...:.:;,id<.mtitled location Lane Supervisor I per Lane I~S-cr~e_en_e_r_s -- __ -+2perLa_n-e------Greeters I per Lane r=M.:_a=gJne~tc::o.:-:m:.:e:.:.te:.:.r.:-P-=a::_ce:.:r . .__ ._t__clc_.P.._ie_f-:cl_,a_n_e . Baggage Searcher I per Lane X-Ray Operator I per Lane I-'.:---"~~':";";;;'':'''''':'~---.-----.-.-...----Surge Screeners 2 per Lane '--.::..:.;.;..;;;c:.-:.:...:c.;._;:_.::;.:.:......:. ._._._. ... __ • __ .... _ _jLC.:...c.:...c...c.:::c.:.;:_ ._ .. _.

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Gouvernement du Canada

Contract No.

7156319

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Total Cost For the G20 Summit - :3 Downtown Hotels Location: ----_,. Position Summit Security Supervisor -- 3 downtown hotels ---Lane Supervisors - 3 downtown hotels Screeners ~ 3 downtown hotels Greeters - 3 downtown hotels Magnetometer Pacer "- 3 downtown hotel Baggage Searcher - 3 downtown hotels X-Ray Operator - 3 downtown hotels Surge Screeners - 3 downtown hotels Total Cost ----

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For the G2f) Summit _ Media Centre Position -:::-='-~ Summit Security Supervisor media centre Lane Supervisors -- media centre Screeners - media centre

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Screening Bins

Total Equipment Cost

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Note: The cost proposed above includes the cost for repair of equipment by technicians and/or any supplemental equipment the Contractor deems appropriate to ensure minimal interruption.

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Gouvernement
du Canada

Contract No.

7156319

*The total cost per lane will be multiplied by (8) the total number of lanes for the Media Centre location.
Note: The cost proposed above includes the cost for repair of equipment by technicians and/or any supplemental equipment the Contractor deems appropriate to ensure minimal interruption.

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Note: The RCMP reserves the right to revise the scope of work (number of lanes, hours or equipment required per summit) upwards or downwards, due to operational requirements, at any time up to and during the Summit, and may negotiate any pricing elementts) identified in the tables provided above, or any new/additional pricing element, as applicable.

6.1.1

Travel

Travel expenses will NOT be reimbursed for travel to and within the work site. Should the RCMP require the Contractor to travel outside the work site, the Contractor will be paid its authorized travel and living expenses, reasonably and properly incurred in the performance of the Work, at cost, without any allowance for overhead or profit, in accordance with the meal, private vehicle and incidental allowances specified in Appendices B, C and D of the Treasury Board Travel Directive (http://www.tbs-scLgua/hr-rhigtla:y_gc!f), and with the other provisions of the directive referring to travelers, rather than those referring to employees. All payments are subject to Government Audit. All travel must have prior authorization Authority. of the Technical

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6.1.2

Disbursement

Disbursements (photocopying, office expenses, Telephone calls, etc.) are included in the above costs. All deliverables are FOB Destination, and Canadian Customs Duty included, where applicable.

6.2

Limitation of Expenditure

Canada's total liability to the Contractor under the Contract must not exceed $20,997,144.00. Customs duties are included and Goods and Services Tax or Harmonized Sales Tax is extra, if applicable. No increase in the total liability of Canada 01' in the price of the Work resulting from any design changes, modifications or interpretations of the specifications, will be authorized or paid to the Contractor unless these design changes, modifications or interpretations have been approved, in writing, by the Contracting Authority before their incorporation into the Work. The Contractor must not perform any work or provide any service that would result in Canada's total liability being exceeded before obtaining the written approval of the Contracting Authority. The Contractor must notify the Contracting Authority in writing as to the adequacy of this sum: (a) (b) (c) when it is 75 percent committed, or four (4) months before the Contract expiry date, or if the Contractor considers that the contract funds provided are inadequate for the completion of the Work, whichever comes first.

If the notification is for inadequate contract funds, the Contractor must provide to the Contracting Authority, a written estimate for the additional funds required. Provision of such information by the Contractor does not increase Canada's liability.

6,3 Method of Payment - Every two weeks:
6.3.1 Canada will pay the Contractor every two weeks for work performed during the month covered by an invoice in accordance with the payment provisions provided in the Contract if: (a) an accurate and complete invoice and any other documents required by the Contract have been submitted in accordance with the invoicing instructions provided in the contract; (b) all such documents have been verified by Canada; (c) the Work performed has been accepted by Canada.

6.3.2 Payment to the successful contractor will allow for payment every two weeks from the issuing of the contract. The payment will include the actual number of days worked in that month for the required positions, and payment for other associated costs that have been incurred (as supported by invoices or verified in some other manner) in that two week period which are included in the roll up costs for the fixed hourly rates for the ORC team, summit supervisors, and all Lane positions (supervisors, screeners, x-ray operators, greeters, pacers, baggage searchers, and surge staff), There will be a holdback of 10% of the value of the claim submitted.

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of Canada

Gouvernement
du Canada

Contract No.

7156319

It needs to be clearly understood the contractor will only be paid for the hours that the contractor
personnel have provided at each of the specific venues for that specific day. If bidders will be paying their staff for travel time, or if overtime will results due to the bidder's staffing model or any other additional labour costs/hours will be incurred by the bidder, these costs are to be included the fixed hourly rate for the positioms). 6.3.3 The Contractor must submit a claim for payment using form PWGSC II j I, Claim for Progress Payment, found at (http://www.tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca/acquisitions/text/formsIfoJlTIs-e.htll)l) Each claim must show: (a) (b) (c) (d) all information required on form PWGSC- TPSGC 1111; all applicable information detailed under the section entitled "Invoice Submission" general conditions; a list of all expenses; expenditures plus pro-rated profit or fee;

of the

Each claim must be supported by; a copy of time sheets to support the time claimed; a copy of the invoices, receipts, vouchers for all direct expenses, travel and living expenses; (c) a copy of the bi-weekly status report. The Goods and Services Tax or Harmonized Sales Tax (GST/HST), as applicable, must be calculated on the total amount of the claim before the holdback is applied. At the time the holdback is claimed, there will be no GST/HST payable as it was claimed and payable under the previous claims for progress payments. The Contractor must prepare and certify one original and two (2) copies of the claim on form PWGSC-TPSGC Jill, and forward it to the Project Authority identified under the section entitled "Authorities" of the Contract for appropriate certification after inspection and acceptance of the Work takes place. The Project Authority will then forward the original and two (2) copies of the claim to the Contracting Authority for certification and onward submission to the Payment Office for the remaining certification and payment action. c, The Contractor must not submit claims until all work identified in the claim is completed. 11 (a) (b)

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6.4

Limitation of Price

Canada will not pay the Contractor for any design changes, modifications or interpretations of the Work unless they have been approved, in writing, by the Contracting Authority before their incorporation into the Work.

7.

Certifications

Compliance with the certifications provided by the Contractor in its bid is a condition of the Contract and subject to verification by Canada during the entire contract period. If the Contractor does not comply with any certification or it is determined that any certification made by the Contractor in its bid is untrue, whether made knowingly or unknowingly, Canada has the right, pursuant to the default provision of the Contract, to terminate the Contract for default.

8.

Priority of Documents

If there is a discrepancy between the wording of any documents that appear on the list, the wording of the document that first appears on the list has priority over the wording of any document that subsequently appears on the list. (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) The Articles of Agreement; 2035 (20 I 0/01/1 i) General Conditions - Higher Complexity - Services; Annex "A", Statement of Work; Annex "G" Insurance Requirements; Annex "F" Security Requirement Check List (SRCL); and (1) The Contractor's proposal dated April 30, 2010.

9.

Insurance

The Contractor must comply with the insurance requirements specified in Annex "G", The Contractor must maintain the required insurance coverage for the duration of the Contract. Compliance with the insurance requirements does not release the Contractor from or reduce its liability under the Contract. The Contractor is responsible for deciding if additional insurance coverage is necessary to fulfill its obligation under the Contract and to ensure compliance with any applicable law. Any additional insurance coverage is at the Contractor's expense, and for its own benefit and protection. The Contractor must forward to the Contracting Authority within ten (10) days after the date of award of the Contract, a Certificate of Insurance evidencing the insurance coverage and confirming that the insurance policy complying with the requirements is in force, Coverage must be placed with an Insurer licensed to carry out business in Canada. The Contractor must, if requested by the Contracting Authority, forward to Canada a certified true copy of all applicable insurance policies,

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10.

Contract Financial Security

In order to ensure that funds will be available to complete the Work in accordance with the conditions of the Contract, the Contractor must, within fifteen (15) calendar days after the date of contract award, provide to the Contracting Authority a duly executed performance bond (form ( The performance bond must be 50 percent of the Contract Price and must be accepted as security by one of the bonding companies listed in Treasury Board Contracting Policy, ix I, Acceptable Bonding Companies. If Canada does not receive the performance bond within the specified period, Canada may terminate the Contract for default pursuant to the default provision of the Contract.

H. Availability of Personnel
The Contractor certifies that the proposed candidateis) will be available to commence performance of the work within a reasonable time from the Contract award, or within the time specified herein, and will remain available to perform the work in relation to the fulfillment of this requirement. The Contractor certifies that all candidates hold valid Security Worker License to work in the providence of Ontario, and that for the Xvray operators that they are trained in the use of the equipment and have a minimum of96 hours of experience operating X-ray machines in a security screening environment, within the last two years. The RCMP reserve the right before or after contract award, to request a sampl ing of any Security Worker Licenses for the candidate(s) proposed and for the X-ray operators, verification of training and experience.

12.

Time Verification

Time charged and the accuracy of the Contractor's time recording system are subject to verificationby Canada, before or after payment is made to the Contractor. If verification is done after payment, the Contractor must repay any overpayment, at Canada's request.

13.

Privacy

It is understood and agreed that all information obtained and all records, research, working papers, submissions and reports, final or otherwise, prepared in connection with the Contract shall be submitted to the Designated User and shall be the sole and exclusive property of the Designated User. Furthermore, this information shall be subject to the application of the Access to Information Act The Contractor shall not use or release this information without the written consent of the Designated User. The Privacy Act applies to all personal information recorded in any form by the Contractor in connection with any services rendered pursuant to this agreement.

14.

Ownership and Disclosure of Information

It is understood and agreed that the Contractor shall, in the course of, as well as following, performance of the contract, treat as confidential and not divulge, unless authorized in writing by the Project Authority, any information obtained in the course of the performance of the Contract.
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The Contractor understands and agrees that all information or reports obtained with respect to research, working papers, submissions and reports, final or otherwise, prepared in connection with this contract shall be submitted to the Crown and shall be the sole and exclusive property of the Crown.

15.

T1204 - Direct Request by Customer Department

15.1. Pursuant to paragraph 221 (1)( d) of the Income Tax Act, R.S. 1985, c. I (5th Supp.), payments made by departments and agencies to contractors under applicable services contracts (including contracts involving a mix of goods and services) must be reported on a T1204 Government Service Contract Payments slip. 15.2. To enable departments and agencies to comply with this requirement, the Contractor must provide Canada, upon request, its business number or Social Insurance Number, as applicable. (These requests may take the form of a general call-letter to contractors, in writing 01' by telephone). 16. Applicable Laws
by the

The Contract must be interpreted and governed, and the relations between the parties determined, laws in force in Ontario.

17.

Foreign Nationals (Canadian Contractor)

The Contractor must comply with all standing orders or other rules, instructions and directives in force on the site where the Work is performed. The Contractor must comply with Canadian immigration requirements applicable to foreign nationals entering Canada to work temporarily in fulfillment of the Contract. If the Contractor wishes to hire a foreign national to work in Canada to fulfill the Contract, the Contractor should immediately contact the nearest Service Canada regional office to enquire about Citizenship and Immigration Canada's requirements to issue a temporary work permit to a foreign national. The Contractor is responsible for all costs incurred as a result of non-compliance with immigration requirements.

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Foreign Nationals (Foreign Contractor)

The Contractor must comply with Canadian immigration legislation applicable to foreign nationals entering Canada to work temporarily in fulfillment of the Contract. If the Contractor wishes to hire a foreign national to work in Canada to fulfill the Contract, the Contractor should immediately contact the nearest Canadian Embassy, Consulate or High Commission in the Contractor's country to obtain instructions, information on Citizenship and Immigration Canada's requirements and any required documents. The Contractor is responsible to ensure that foreign national shave the required information, documents and authorizations before performing any work !!nder the Contract in Canada. The Contractor is responsible for all costs incurred as a result of non-compliance with immigration requirements.

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19.

Site Regulations

The Contractor must comply with all standing orders or other rules, instructions and directives in force on the site where the Work is performed.

20.

Canadian Content Certification

1. The Contractor warrants that the certification of Canadian Content submitted by the Contractor is accurate and complete, and that the goods, services or both to be provided under the Contract are in accordance with the definition contained in clause A30S0T. 2. The Contractor must keep proper records and documentation relating to the origin of the goods, services or both provided to Canada. The Contractor must not, without obtaining before the written consent of the Contracting Authority, dispose of any such records or documentation until the expiration of six (6) years after final payment under the Contract, or until settlement of all outstanding claims and disputes under the Contract, whichever is later. All such records and documentation must at all times during the retention period be open to aud it, inspection and exam ination by the representatives of Canada, who may make copies and take extracts. The Contractor must provide all facilities for such audits, inspections and examinations, and must furnish all such information as the representatives of Canada may from time to time require with respect to such records and documentation. 3. Nothing in this clause must be interpreted as limiting the rights and remedies which Canada may otherwise have pursuant to the Contract.

21.

Non-Disclosure Agreement

The Contractor must obtain from its employee(s) or subcontractorts) the non-disclosure agreement attached at Annex "X" before they are given access to information by or on behalf of Canada in connection with the Work. 22. 1. International Sanctions

Persons in Canada, and Canadians outside of Canada, are bound by economic sanctions imposed by Canada. As a result, the Government of Canada cannot accept delivery of goods or services that originate, either directly or indirectly, from the countries or persons subject to economic sanctions. Details on existing sanctions can be found at:

http://www.dfait-maeci.gc.ca/trade!sanctions-en.asp.
2.

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goods or services which are subject to economic sanctions.

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cause an impossibility of performance for the Consultant, the situation will be treated by the Parties as a force majeure. The Consultant shall forthwith inform Canada of the situation; the procedures applicable to force majeure shall then apply.

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Annex "A" STATEMENT OF WORK (SOW) OBJECTIVE The objective of this SOW is to outline the RCMP's requirements for Security Screening Services for the G8 and G20 Summits to be held in June 2010 in Huntsville and Toronto respectively. BACKGROUND On June 19,2008, Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced that Canada will host the 2010 G8 Summit in Huntsville, Ontario at the Deerhurst Resort between June 25 and June 27, 2010. Subsequently, the Prime Minister announced on September 25, 2009 that Canada will co-host a G20 Summit with the Republic of Korea after the G8 meetings in Huntsville were concluded. On December 7,2009, Prime Minister Harper announced that the 020 would be held in Toronto, Ontario. SCOPE OF WORK The RCMP has a requirement for the services of qualified, security cleared personnel and security screening equipment to perform security screening services at the various 08 and G20 Summit sites and venues from the 18th to 28th of June 2010 inclusively. This requirement is for two (2) different work locations (08 Summit and G20 Summit) as outlined below. The Contractor will provide qualified and security cleared personnel to conduct security screening roles and duties at the times and locations indicated in this Statement of Work. In addition to the personnel required to do the security screening, the Contractor will supply the security screening equipment. All security screening equipment is to be Health Canada and CSA approved equipment. At a minimum, the Contractor will provide one (1) magnetometer (walk through metal detector), one (1) X-Ray belt driven scanner and three (3) hand-held metal detectors for each Screening Lane within a Security Portal. Further, the Contractor will provide plastic bins for each Screening lane that will be large enough to hold and securely transport pedestrian's personal belongings through the X-ray machine (similar to bins used in commercial airports) that will be removed before passing through the Magnetometer, also ensuring an adequate amount of these bins to allow for efficient processing. One table and a sufficient amount of chairs should be furnished at each screening lane to allow for completion of paperwork and rest breaks for contracted personnel. In order to facilitate the efficient movement of visitors, the description of this equipment is described at Appendix 1 to Annex A. The Contractor will be responsible for the set up and testing and maintenance of the security screening equipment at the identified sites. The dates indicated as to when the service is required does not include set up and testing time or dismantling and removal time. The anticipated number of Screening Lanes for the 08 Summit is four (4); as detailed below. The anticipated number of Screening Lanes for the G20 Summit is thirty-four (34); as detailed below. It is also anticipated that nine (9) Private Security employees will be required to staff each Screening Lane consisting of a Lane Supervisor and eight (8) team staff performing various functions as described in the
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section "Contractor Personnel Roles and Qualifications" following, for a total of approximately thirty-six (36) employees per shift for the G8 Summit and approximately three hundred six (306) employees per shift for the G20 Summit.

Note: The estimates above do not include relief personnel. Relief personnel are required to be available to ensure smooth operation of the security screening function during the Contractor personnel health and meal breaks. The relief personnel are to be calculated at approximately 25% per shift. This would increase the number of employees required to forty-six (46) employees per shift for the G8 Summit and approximately three hundred and ninety (390) employees per shift for the G20 Summit. Each relief team will include the required relief staff and at least one additional relief site supervisor per venue.
During quiet times, up to two team members may be considered relief personnel for health breaks. The Security Screening personnel will be responsible for the screening of all persons,except on-duty police officers and Internationally Protected Persons OPP), entering the sites and venues. The Security Screening personnel will confiscate any prohibited or illegal items and hand them over to the RCMP. Prohibited or illegal items are described as firearms, knives, sharp objects, or any other items could be used as a weapon. All liquids will also be confiscated. Security screening services will be required at the specified dates for the identified sites on a 24 hour basis, 7 days per week. 12-hour shifts will be utilized by the Security Screening staff. The Contractor will endeavor to minimize disruption during shift changeovers to ensure that it doesn't delay the security screening of persons trying to get into the sites or venues. The Contractor will be required to establish an Operational Response Centre (ORC) that will operate 24 hours per day from June 15, 2010 to June 30, 20 J O. The ORC will be the primary point of contact to respond to the following: -to establish rotation schedule for relief personnel for health and meal breaks; -contracted security personnel who fail or are unable to report for duty; -re-scheduling personnel due to a rescheduled or delayed event; -to call-up for additional staff (using off-duty personnel) due to an increased threat from the pool of additional pre-security-screened Contractor personnel. It is the responsibility of the Contractor to determine the structure for the ORC. The ORC will require a point of contact for a 24 hour, 7 day period for an 8 or 9 day period during thesurnmitts). The RCMP will require one person as a main point of contact should issues arise. The ORC has the responsibility to manage the operations of their staff and equipment as outlined in the Statement of Work. The Contractor shall ensure that that there be someone with an appropriate level of authority to respond and provide direction for all situations regarding staff and equipment. Relief staff may be used as initial solutions to staff'vno-shows" (illness) or other staff issues until replacement staff arrive. As a contingency, the Contractor will also provide an Ad Hoc Security Screening Lane at all portals in case of backup due to excessive volume or for quick entry requirements. This lane will not require an Ray belt driven scanner or a magnetometer. Only hand held metal detectors will be used Of pat down search as necessary for those persons without carry-in articles.

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The sites and venues requiring security screening services are as follows: SITES AND VENUES The sites and venues that the G8/G20 will utilize for holding conferences, meetings, etc. will be at the Deerhurst Resort in Huntsville, Ontario and downtown Toronto. These site and venues are identified below:

TASKS
1. G8 - DEERHURST RESORT

The Contractor will be required to provide security screening services 24 hours/day at two locations (Portals) near the Deerhurst Resort site. Each of these two Portals will have two Screening Lanes (for a total offour (4) Screening Lanes at the venue). The exact locations will be provided to the Contractor once a contract has been awarded. The Contractor will be required to provide: one (I) magnetometer, one (I) X-Ray belt driven scanner and three (3) hand-held metal detectors for each Screening Lane. All security screening equipment is to be Health Canada and CSA approved equipment. There are to be sufficient staff and equipment (hand held metal detectors to allow an Ad Hoc Security Screening Lane at each Portal. The Contractor will set up this equipment in RCMP provided Quonset structures. The RCMP will provide appropriate power and lighting. The equipment will be protected from the elements; however, the Quonset structures will not be air conditioned nor heated. The equipment could be exposed to high or low temperatures depending on the time of day and could be exposed to high levels of humidity. The Contractor will be required to provide the aforementioned at 6a111 until June 26th at 6pm. flow through of persons entering the site: The flow through of persons entering the site will be different each day of the event. Persons being screened will include but not limited to delegates, Summit Management personnel and event staff working at the venue and various contractors. Most, if not all media should be pre-screened upon arrival. Accreditation validation will be performed by the RCMP or the Contracted Security personnel before security screening will occur. services at this location starting June 20th

Flow through:
Main and secondary portals 20 June to 26 June: Minimum of 1000 persons per day entering the site split evenly between the two portals. As a contingency, the Contractor will also provide an Ad Hoc Security Screening Lane in case of backup due to excessive volume or for quick entry requirements, one at each portal.
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G20 - TORONTO AREA

The Contractor will be required to provide security screening services 24 hours/day at 6 locations in the Greater Toronto Area. The exact locations will be provided to the Contractor once a contract has been awarded. The Contractor will be required to provide: one (1) magnetometer, one (I) X-Ray belt driven scanner and three (3) hand-held metal detectors for each Screening Lane. All security screening equipment is to be Health Canada and CSA approved equipment. Security screening services will be performed either indoors or outside in temporary structures. The equipment will be protected from the elements; however, the temporary structures will not be air conditioned nor heated. The equipment could be exposed to high or low temperatures, depending on the time of day, and could be exposed to high levels of humidity. The Contractor will be required to provide the aforementioned services at specific locations. locations are identified as: a. b. c. d. a. Lester B. Pearson Airport (location to be determined) Metro Toronto Convention Centre (MTCq Three (3) downtown hotels in close proximity to the MTCC Media Centre - Will be a large venue in close proximity to MTCC Lester B. Pearson Airport location: There will be (3 or 4) Screening Portals containing a total often (10) Screening Lanes. Dates required: 21 June - 6am to 28 June - 11:59 pm Flow through: 21- 23 June - It is expected that 200 to 400 persons per day, likely airport employees and contractors, will require screening to enter the site. 24 June - Main day for the arrival of delegates to Toronto. There is a possibility of up to 4000 persons requiring ISU Screening at this location throughout the day. The specific schedule for arrival of passengers on this day is not known. 25-26 June Delegates continue to arrive in Toronto. Possibility of another 4000 delegates arriving requiring ISU Screening on arrival. The specific schedule for arrival of passengers on these days is not known. '27-28 June - Most of the delegates will be departing Toronto on these two dates. A possibility of 8000 delegates will need ISU Screening prior to boarding of aircraft. The specific schedule for departing passengers on these dates is not known. 20 These

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Note: Depending on the particular entrance, there may be more than two screening lanes at the portal, but the total at the airport will be 10 lanes. Each portal will have sufficient staff and hand-held metal detectors to "create" an Ad hoc lane if required.

b.

Metro Toronto Convention Centre (MTCC) There will be two (2) or three (3) Screening Portals containing a total of seven (7) Screening Lanes. Dates required: North Building; South Building; 19 June -- 6am to 28 June- 6 am 20 June _. 6 am to 28 June - 6 am.

Flow through: 19 - 25 June - It is expected that a maximum of 600 persons will require security screening to enter the MTCC. 26 - 27 June=- It is expected that a maximum of 6000 persons will require security screening to enter the MTCC. The specific schedule for arrivals on this day is not known. Note: Depending on the particular entrance, there will be two or three portals at the MTCC, and each portal may vary the number or lanes, the total number of lanes for the MTCC will be 7. Each portal will have sufficient staff and hand-held metal detectors to "create" an Ad hoc lane if required.

c.

Three (3) downtown hotels in close proximity to the MTCC There will be two (2) Security Screening Portals, containing a total of three Screening Lanes per hotel. The RCMP will advise the Contractor what specific hotels will be utilized once a contract has been awarded. Dates required: 21 June - 6am to 28 June - 6am

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three hand-held metal detectors in times of backlog. Therefore, at the portal with two lanes, there will be four available surge staff and four metal detectors to form the Ad hoc lane if required. d. Media Centre - Will be a large venue in close proximity to MTCC. There will be two (2) Security Screening Portals containing a total of eight (8) Screening Lanes located inside. The RCMP will advise the Contractor what specific building will be utilized for the Media Centre once a contract has been awarded. Dates required: 18 June - 6am to 28 June - 8am

Flow through:
18 - 22 June It is expected that a maximum of 400 persons will require security screening to enter the Media Centre. 24 - 27 June --It is expected that a maximum of4000 screening to enter the Media Centre. persons will require security

Note: There will be two portals. One portal will have one lane and the other portal will have the remaining lanes. Each portal will have sufficient staff and hand-held metal detectors to "create" an Ad hoc lane if required. Each lane has two surge staff who can use two of the three hand-held metal detectors in times of backlog The Media Centre will be accessed by approximately 4000 media persons during the period identified

above, These persons will have media accreditation that will be verified by the RCMP or the Contracted
Security personnel before security screening. These persons will enter and exit the site at their leisure; therefore, the same person might be screened multiple times during the day and night. The specific schedules for arrivals are not known.

CONSTRAINTS: UNIFORMS
The contractor is responsible for providing uniforms to create a common look at all venues. The minimum uniform requirements are as follows: Dark pants, mono-coloured shirt with name tag, black shoes/boots; and highly visible removable symbol designating roles (Supervisor, screener, x-ray operator, greeter, pacer, etc.). All airport personnel are required to have and wear High Visibility Vests while on duty outside at Lester B. Pearson Airport location.

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ANTICIPATED Date 15 June

TIMETABLE

FOR G20 SUMMIT

Work Schedule
Establish ORC Set up Media Centre (Install Equipment) Set up Metro Toronto Convention Centre (Install Equipment) Training 8 hour Media Centre Training 8 hour Convention Centre 2417 starts at Media Centre (6 am start time) 2417 starts Metro Toronto Convention Centre North building (6 am start time) Set up hotels (Install Equipment) Set up airport (Install Equipment) Training 8 hours airport Training 8 hours hotels 2417 starts Metro Toronto Convention Centre South building 2417 starts Airport 2417 starts hotels

16 June 16 June 17-18 June 17·18 June 18 June 19 June
19 June 19 June 20 June 20 June 20 June 21 June 21 June

OPERA TlONAL

LIMIT A nONS

AND RESTRICTIONS

SITE ACCESS
Site or venue access and accreditation require that staff must be assigned to specific site(s) and shifts for the duration of the event. The designated siteis) will appear on their accreditation documents and access control systems. Contractor Standard Operating Procedures will be in place to temporarily reassign personnel to different sites or shifts due to operational requirements. Staff will NOT be permitted entry into their designated siters) outside of their shift. Staff will NOT be permitted access to non-designated sites. MOBILITY OF PERSONNEL DURING BREAKS

Personnel will NOT be permitted to leave the sites during meal breaks. The RCMP will be providing meals and beverages on site for contracted security personnel while on duty. P ARKlNG AT OR NEAR SITES FOR CONTRACTOR PERSONNEL planning must include

Parking will not be available at or near venues; therefore, alltransportation provisions for drop-off and pick-up outside the venues.

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LICENSES

IN THE PROVIENCE

OF ONTARIO

It is the responsibility of the Contractor to ensure they have made the appropriate arrangements with the Ontario Ministry of Community Safety. For more information regarding Ontario policy please contact Policy Services for Private Security at 1-877-767-7454. i..,ANGUAGE OF WORK The Contractor shall ensure that all Contract Security Personnel and associated personnel have fluency of spoken and written English. The Contractor is required to provide French speaking capability, minimum of one person for each screening lane. LANGUAGE OF DELIVERABLES

The Contractor shall ensure that all deliverables are provided in English. EDUCATION The Contractor shall ensure each individual proposed possesses a formal education sufficient for effective communication, including reading, writing and comprehension in English. ORIENTATION TRAINING

It is intended that the RCMP will provide one orientation training session that could last for up to 8 hours for the Contract Security personnel for each of 6 venues. Locations will be provided shortly, the timing will be the day before the portals are to open. The groups are to be trained as follows: G8 (Deerhurst) personnel
G20 G20 020 G20 (Media Centre) (Metro Convention Centre) (Airport) (Hotels)

19 June
17 or 18 June J 7 or 18 June 20 June 20 June

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TIMETABLE

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Date 15 June 18 June 19 June
20 June

Work Schedule
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FOOD AND LIQUIDS
It will be prohibited to bring food and liquids into the sites.

ENVIRONMENT For 08 Summit: For the security screening within the Deerhurst sites, the Contractor personnel will be required to work outdoors within a Quonset structure; however, personnel could be exposed to hot or cold temperatures depending on the time of day. The Contractor personnel could also be exposed to biting insects.
For G20 Summit:

For the sites in Toronto (020), security screening duties will be done indoors and outdoors. Some Contractor personnel will be required to work outdoors within a temporary structure: however, personnel could be exposed to hot or cold temperatures depending on the time of day.

STANDING Physical space at the Security Screening Areas will be limited and, in some cases, the working areas will be small and confined. Staff will be required to work standing for up to 3 hours with little opportunity for breaks. RCMP SUPPORT The ReM? will provide the following support associated with this requirement:
For 08 Summit:

All meals and beverages to Contracted personnel while on duty; Quonset structure for security screening portals in Deerhurst; Power for security screening equipment and lighting in the Quonset structures at the Deerhurst site; Police assistance in case of disturbance or conflict; Accommodations and all meals for Contracted personnel at Deerhurst (off duty); Transportation from accommodations to sites and venues and return at Deerhurst; First Aid will be provided and available to everyone at both summits as required by the Ministry of Health. Up to eight hours of orientation training per contracted employee (Note: The 8 hours of orientation are to be billable hours under the regular rate).

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For 020 Summit: All meals and beverages to Contracted personnel while on duty; Police assistance in case of disturbance or conflict; First Aid will be provided and available to everyone at both summits as required by the Ministry of Health. Up to eight hours of orientation per contracted employee. The RCMP will not provide the following: For 08 Summit: Parking at the sites and venues Transportation to the Deerhurst provided accommodations which must be done before the first shift. Portal signage (including but not limited to copywriting, graphic design, fabrication, installation and removal)

For 020 Summit: Parking at the sites and venues Accommodation Transportation to and from the Lester B Pearson airport location Portal signage (including but not limited to copywriting, graphic design, fabrication, installation and removal)

CONTRACTOR PERSONNEl. ROLES AND QUALIFICATIONS The RCMP has identified the roles and qualifications required for each member of a Security team working at these sites. Each Screening Lane within a Security Portal will have at least one person from the Contractor's team performing these various functions. A security portal is defined as an entry point for a site or venue which may have one or more lanes in order to do security screening. The roles identified below will be required within each Screening Lane of a Security Portal, except for the positions of 08/020 Summit Contract Security Supervisor. At each Screening Lane, the Contractor will ensure that at least two members of the team are X-ray trained and will rotate with each other on at least 30 minute intervals. Other lane staff should be crosstrained so that all roles are conducted at all times. For each of the following roles: Screeners, Magnetometer Operators and X-ray Operators all personnel using the identified equipment for each role must be properly trained in the use of that equipment. In addition any individual working on multiple machines during their shift must be trained in the use of each 26

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of those machines. For X-ray Operators only: At least 96 hours of experience operating X-ray machines in a security screening environment, within the last two years is required.

Summit Contract SecuriQ' Supervisor For the G8 Summit Resourcets) Required: For the G20 Summit Resourcets) Required:
One supervisor for the MTCC, one supervisor for the three downtown hotels, one supervisor for the Media Centre and one supervisor for the airport. One supervisor for the Deerhurst site,

Role Supervises the operation of all identified portals at a summit Site; Liaises with Police and Event Services; Performs administration and problem solving as required; Has familiarity with all duties required at a Site

Qualifications
Valid Security Worker License to work in the providence of Ontario; Basic Screening Training (or the equivalent).

Experience
Supervisors must have two years or more experience in supervising a staff of more than 10 people.

Screening Lane Personnel (for both GS and G20 Summits) Lane SupeI'Visors Role
Supervises the operation of one Screening Lane; Liaise with Police and Event Services; Ability to perform all duties required at the Screening Lane, excluding x-ray operation; Familiarity with x-ray Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs); Performs various administrative tasks are required.

Resourcets) Required: Qualifications:

One Lane Supervisor for each Screening Lane

Valid Security Worker License to work in the providence of Ontario; Basic Screening Training or the equivalent

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Experience
None Required

Screellers
Role Operate magnetometer and hand-held metal detector wands; Works as team with other screener, one will screen while the other watches for any oversights. Conduct hand and pat down searches of people and goods; Complete miscellaneous operator maintenance functions; Performs various administrative tasks are required. Resourcets) Qualifications Valid Security Worker License to work in the providence of Ontario; Basic Screening Training or the equivalent Experience None Required

Required:

Two (2) Screeners per lane

Greeter (Pre-information Marshall (PoloMo)
Role Greet incoming persons; Verify Summit Accreditation if this role is not performed by RCMP personnel; Provide proper directions to remove outer clothing and metal objects for x-ray examination; Direct the person to the magnetometer pacer; Resourcets) Qualifications Valid Security Worker License to work in the providence of Ontario; Required: One greeter per lane

Experience
None Required

Magnetometer Pacer (Walk through metal tletector)

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Role
Ensures the person being screened does not walk through the magnetometer before the operator is ready.

Resourcets) Required: One Pacer per lane. Qualifications
Valid Security Worker License to work in the providence of Ontario;

Experience
None Required

Baggage Searcher Role
Search baggage deemed suspicious by the X-ray operator; Perform random searches as directed by the RCMP; Ensure that all prohibited/illegal items are turned over to the Lane Supervisor/RClvll';

Resourcets) Required: One Baggage Searcher per lane Qualifications
Valid Security Worker License to work in the providence of Ontario;

Experience
None Required

X-Ray Operators Role
Operate X-ray Machine and interpret the screen for prohibited items; Conduct hand searches of good and bags; Complete miscellaneous operator maintenance functions; Perform various administrative tasks are required.

Resourcets) Required: One X-ray operator is required per lane at all times; however, there are two be a minimum of two trained X-ray operators working in each lane (one at the x-ray and the other may perform other duties or be on break), To ensure lack of fatigue, these two lane resources will rotate in the two duties on 30 minute shifts. 29

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du Canada

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Qualifications Valid Security Worker License to work in the providence of Ontario; Xvray machine operator's training. Experience At least 96 hours of experience operating X-ray machines in a security screening environment, within the last two years. Surge Stoff; Resourceis) Required.Two members of the team to be on location should flow exceed capacity requiring the opening of an Ad Hoc Lane. These two would staff the Ad Hoc Lane if required. Qualifications: The same qualifications as the Screeners, depicted above.

STANDARDS OF PERFORMANCE
In the performance of the Work, the Contractor will take the necessary measures to ensure that security screening is done thoroughly and expeditiously. This means that the appropriate number of equiprnents and qualified personnel will be available at all the identified venues in order to minimize waiting times. The standard to be maintained for the security screening of persons requiring access to the various venues and sites is 125 persons per hour, per Screening Lane. A Screening Lane is defined as a team of security personnel with one (I) walk through metal detector, one X -Ray belt driven scanner and hand held metal detectors. . APPUCABI ... LAWS AND BY-LAWS E I. The Contractor shall comply with all legislative and regulatory provisions whether federal, territorial or municipal applicable to the performance of the Work. provincial,

2.Unless otherwise provided for in the Contract, the Contractor shall obtain ail permits and hold all certificates and licenses required for the performance of the Work. 3. From time to time the Contracting Authority may request that the Contractor provide evidence that it complies with all applicable legislative and regulatory provisions and that it holds all required permits, certificates and licenses. Such evidence shall be provided within the time set out in the request or as otherwise stipulated in the Contract.

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REPORTING
The Contractor will provide reports for each shift on forms that will be provided by the RCMP and are attached as Appendix 2 to Annex A (Portal Screening Report) and Appendix 3 to Annex A (Portal Incident Report). The forms contain information on occurrences during a particular shift. These reports will be provided to the RCMP Site Commander after the end of every shift by the Lane Supervisor.

MEETINGS
The Contractor will conduct a pre-event meeting with the RCMP no later than one week prior to the earliest date of the first operational portal to outline the set-up of each portal at all of the specified locations. This will give the opportunity for the RCMP to provide feedback and the Contractor to adjust his proposed set-up as required.

DEUVERABLES
I. The Contractor will provide security screening services at all of the specified locations, at the dates specified and using the equipment and personnel specified in this SOR. This will include set-up, testing, operational phase and dismantling once the event is completed. the end date for each portal. 2. 3. Provide reports as per this SOR under Reporting paragraph. Conduct one pre-event meeting one week prior to the earliest date of the first operational portal as identified in this SOR under Meetings. The Contractor

will

dismantle and finish removing all equipment from the identified sites no later than 24 hours after

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APPENDIX 1 to ANNEX "A" DESCRIPTION OF SECURITY SCREENING l<:QUIPMENT HAND HELD METAL DETECTORS
The hand-held security metal detectors will enable the detection of small metal objects (i.e. the size of small jewelry) from a distance of no more than 2.5 centimeters and be capable of detecting weapons (i.e, the size of a pistol) at a distance of no more than 22.5 centimeters. The metal detectors will be selfcalibrating to eliminate the need for periodic sensitivity adjustments. The surface will be made from a durable, high impact ABS case capable of exceeding Mil-Std-Sl OF (drop test) Method 516.5, procedures II and IV. Certification documentation must be provided with solicitation. The dimensions will be no more than 8.5 centimeters wide, 50 centimeters in length, and 4.2 centimeters thick with a total weight of no more than 550 grams. The hand-held metal detectors will be equipped with audio and light indicators that activate when metal is detected as well as light indicators for 'power on' and 'low battery' information. The detector's audio component will come equipped with an option to use an attachable ear piece. The units will have an option which will allow for the temporary elimination of detection of nearby ambient metal. The metal detectors will be powered by rechargeable batteries that provide normal operation capability of no less than twenty (20) hours and which can be easily changed without the need of a tool. The metal detectors will have the ability to be operated in temperatures ranging from -30C to 60C, and in humidity as great as 95% non-condensing. Accessories to accompany the hand-held security metal detectors are attachable earphones with a single ear bud and two (2) environmentally friendly rechargeable batteries with charger kit per unit. The contractor will assume responsibility to ensure the equipment is delivered and received in good working order. At delivery each unit will be inspected by both the contractor and the TA to verify they are functioning properly.

X-RAY BELT DRIVEN SCANNERS
The Baggage X-Ray Inspection Stations will operate by using an x-ray system. Of the 38 x-ray tunnels needed, (4 - G8 and 34 - G20) quantity 6 must have minimum tunnel opening for bags of 30 Inches wide by 22 Inches. The remaining units (32) may have a smaller tunnel size with a minimum tunnel opening for bags of24 Inches wide by 16 Inches. The RCMP will accept +/-1.0" tolerance in these dimensions. For all x-ray machines required baggage will be placed on a conveyor belt which will move the items through the x-ray system. The accompanying display must give an operator a clear view through a high resolution color imaging monitor. The Baggage X-Ray Inspection Stations will be capable of operating from a generator as a source of power. The contractor must ensure the X-Ray equipment to be used complies with the Radiation Emitting Devices Act [R-I ].

MAGNETOMETER

(WALK THROUGH METAL DETECTORS)

The following criteria must be met concerning Magnetometers: Must enable the detection of metal objects such as metal weapons or metal weapon making materials when an individual concealing such items walks through the scanning field;

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Gouvernement
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Must be designed to provide maximum in-industry multi-target pinpointing detection zone coverage with the highest level of detection of metal weapons and/or metal weapon making materials; Must have a detection zone that will offer full target coverage on the left, center and right side of the body from head-to-toe; Must produce both an audible and visual alarm whenever detection is made and will visually identify the detection zone of a target on the walk-through device; Must have other visual aids, such as entry pacing lights, designed to notify individuals to either stop or proceed, allowing for more efficient traffic flow; Must have an indicator showing whether the unit is operational and being supplied power; Must have an interference suppression system for both analog and digital filter capabilities eliminate the potential effects from other x-ray, radio and electrical interference sources; designed to

Must be able to operate in very close proximity of other walk-through security metal detectors units while having the ability for each unit to be linked to the same power source; Must be portable and easily moved by use of a built-in dolly system; Must be quick and simple to assemble and operate; Must have minimum interior measurements of thirty (30) inches wide and eighty (80) inches high; and

Must be capable of operating from a generator as a source of power.

Additional Equipment
The Contractor will be required to provide sufficient cable traps I ramps and associated ground covering for the health and safety of pedestrians and employees.

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APPENDIX 2 to ANNEX "A" SCREENING SHIFT REPORT TEMPLATE

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APPENDIX 3 to ANNEX "A"
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000068

Royal Canadian Mounted Police Gendarmerie royale du Canada Government
of Canada

Gouvernement
du Canada

Contract No.

7156319

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41

000069

Royal Canadian Mounted Police Gendarmerie royale du Canada
Government of Canada Gouvernement du Canada Contract No. 7156319

Annex "G" INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS

1.

Insurance - Supplementary
The Contractor is responsible to decide if additional insurance coverage is necessary to fulfill its obligation under the Contract and to ensure compliance with any applicable law. Any additional insurance acquired or maintained by the Contractor will be at its own expense and for its own benefit and protection. It will not release the Contractor from or reduce its liability under the Contract.

2.

Commercia! General Liability Insurance

I. The Contractor must obtain Commercial General Liability Insurance, and maintain it in force throughout the duration of the Contract, in an amount usual for a contract of this nature, but for not less than $2,000,000 per accident or occurrence and in the annual aggregate. 2. The Commercial General Liability policy must include the following:

(a) Additional Insured: Canada is added as an additional insured, but only with respect to liability arising out of the Contractor's performance of the Contract. The interest of Canada should read as follows: Canada, as represented by Public Works and Government Services Canada. (b) Bodily Injury and Property Damage to third parties arising out of the operations of the Contractor. (c) Products and Completed Operations: Coverage for bodily injury or property damage arising out of goods or products manufactured, sold, handled, or distributed by the Contractor and/or arising out of operations that have been completed by the Contractor. (d) Personal Injury: While not limited to, the coverage must include Violation of Privacy, Libel and Slander, False Arrest, Detention or Imprisonment and Defamation of Character. (e) Cross Liability/Separation of Insureds: Without increasing the limit of liability, the policy must protect all insured parties to the full extent of coverage provided. Further, the policy must apply to each Insured in the same manner and to the same extent as if a separate policy had been issued to each.

(f) Blanket Contractual Liability: The policy must, on a blanket basis or by specific reference to the Contract, extend to assumed liabilities with respect to contractual provisions.
(g) Employees and, if applicable, Volunteers must be included as Additional Insured. that all employees are covered by Worker's compensation 42

(h) Employers' Liability (or confirmation (WSIB) or similar program)

000070

Royal Canadian Mounted Police Gendarmerie royale du Canada Government
of Canada

Gouvernement
du Canada

Contract No.

7156319

(i) Broad Form Property Damage including Completed Operations: Expands the Property Damage coverage to include certain losses that would otherwise be excluded by the standard care, custody or control exclusion found in a standard policy.
(j) Notice of Cancellation: The Insurer will endeavour to provide the Contracting Authority thirty (30) days written notice of policy cancellation. (k) If the policy is written on a claims-made basis, coverage must be in place for a period of at least 12 months after the completion or termination of the Contract. (I) Owners' or Contractors' Protective Liability: Covers the damages that the Contractor becomes legally obligated to pay arising out of the operations of a subcontractor. (rn) Non-Owned Automobile Liability - Coverage for suits against the Contractor resulting from the use of hired or non-owned vehicles. (n) Advertising Injury: While not limited to, the endorsement must include coverage piracy or misappropriation of ideas, or infringement of copyright, trademark, title or slogan.
(0)

occupancy

All Risks Tenants Legal Liability - to protect the Contractor for liabilities arising out of its of leased premises.

(p)

Deleted.

('I) Sudden and Accidental Pollution Liability (minimum 120 hours): To protect the Contractor for liabilities arising from damages caused by accidental pollution incidents. (r) Litigation Rights: Pursuant to subsection 5(d) of the Department a/Justice ACI, S.C 1993, c. J2, s.l , if a suit is instituted for or against Canada which the Insurer would, but for this clause, have the right to pursue or defend on behalf of Canada as an Additional Named Insured under the insurance policy, the Insurer must promptly contact the Attorney General of Canada to agree on the legal strategies by sending a letter, by registered mail or by courier, with an acknowledgement of receipt. For the province of Quebec, send to: Director Business Law Directorate, Quebec Regional Office (Ottawa), Department of Justice, 284 Wellington Street, Room SAT-6042, Ottawa, Ontario, K1A OH8 For other provinces and territories, send to: Senior General Counsel, Civil Litigation Section, Department of Justice 43

000071

Royal Canadian Mounted Police Gendarmerie royale du Canada Gouvernement
du Canada Contract No. 7156319

234 Wellington Street, East Tower Ottawa, Ontario K 1A OH8 A copy of the letter must be sent to the Contracting Authority. Canada reserves the right to codefend any action brought against Canada. All expenses incurred by Canada to co-defend such actions will be at Canada's expense. If Canada decides to co-defend any action brought against it, and Canada does not agree to a proposed settlement agreed to by the Contractor's insurer and the plaintiff(s) that would result in the settlement or dismissal of the action against Canada, then Canada will be responsible to the Contractor's insurer for any difference between the proposed settlement amount and the amount finally awarded or paid to the plaintiffs (inclusive of costs and interest) on behalf of Canada.

44

000072

Royal Canadian Mounted Police Gendarmerie royale du Canada
Government of Canada

Gouvernement
du Canada

Contract No.

7156319

Annex "II"
Availability of Personnel

The Contractor certifies that the proposed candidatets) will be available to commence performance of the work within a reasonable time from the Contract award, or within the time specified herein, and will remain available to perform the work in relation to the fulfillment of this requirement. The Contractor certifies that all candidates hold valid Security Worker License to work in the providence of Ontario, and that for the X-ray operators that they are trained in the use of the equipment and have a minimum of96 hours of experience operating X-ray machines in a security screening environment, within the last two years. The RCMP reserve the right before or after contract award, to request a sampling of any Security Worker Licenses for the candidate(s) proposed and for the X-ray operators, verification of training and experience.

Signature of Contractor

Date

45

000073

Government Of Canada

du Canada

Gouvernement

-Contract Number I Numero du contra! Security Classification I Ciassification de securite Unclassified j Non classitle

SECURITY REQUIREMeNTS CHECK LIST (SRCL) LlSTE DE VERiFICATION DES EXIGENCieS RELATIVES It.. LA SECUfme (LVERS 08 :~l~'.!~nSl e - '& m 1. Originating Government Department or Organization / 12. Branch or Directorate I g€merale ou Direction Ministere ou organisme gouvememental d'origlns Royal Canadian Moullted Police I Protective Policing 3. a) Subcontract Number / Numero du contrat de sous-nazance 13. b) Name and Address of Subcontractor I Nom et adresse du sous-traltant 4. Brief Description of Work I Breve description du travail The RCMP has a requirement lor the services of a Private Security
screening services at the venous G8 and G20 Summ,! sites

firm to provice qua/if-ad, security Cleared personnel

and security screenlng equipment to perform secunty

and venues fram 18 to 28 June 2010 inclusively

5. a) Will the supplier require access to Controlled Goods? te foumiss9Ur aura-t-il acees a des marchandises contrl>lees? 5. b) Will the supplier require access to unclassified military technical data subject to the provisions of the Technical Data Control Regulations? Le fourntsseur aura-t-il acces a des donnees techniques militaires non ctassitlees qui sont assujetties aux disposifions du Reglement 'sur Ie contrOle des donnees techniques? ~. Indicate the type of access required Ilndiquer Ie type o'acces requis

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and its employees require access to PROTECTED and/or CLASSIFIED information or assets? No DYes Le fournlsseur ains! que les employes auront-ns acces a des renseignements ou II des biens PROTEGES et/ou CLASSIFIES? l.!_j Non Oui (Specify the level of access using the chart in Question 7. c) IPr8ciser Ie niveau d'accss en utilisen! Ie tableau Qui se trouve a la Question 7. c] 6, b) Will Ihe supplier and Its employees (e.g. cleaners, maintenance personnel) require access to restricted access areas? No access to NNO oYeus . on l PROTECTED and/or CLASSIFIED information or assets is permitted. ~ Le foomlsseur et ses employes (p. ex. neftoyeurs, personnel d'entretlen) auront-us accss a des zones d'acces restreintes? L'acces a des renseianemenls ou a des biens PROTEGES at/ou CLASSIFIES n'est pas autorise. iB· c) Is this a commercial courier or delivery requirement with no ovemight storage? No DYes S'agit.i! d'un contra! de messageris OU de livraison commercials sans entreposege de nuit? L!_j Non Oui

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Security Classification I Classification de securi~ UnclaSSified / Non classltie

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Canada

Government of Canada

Gouvernement du Canada

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comments: Commentaires speciaux :

personnel sans autonsanon securitaire paul-i! se voir contier des parties du travail?

be escorted? Dans ,'affirmative, le personnel en question sera-t-il escorts?
INFORMATION I ASS£:TS ! RENSEIGNEMENTS! BIENS

Yes,willunscreenedpersonnel

1. a) Will the supplier be required to receive and store PROTECTED and/or CLASSIFIED information or assets on its site or

premises? La foumisseur sera-toil tenu de recevoir et d'entreposer sur place des renseignements ou des biens PROTEGES et/ou CLASSIFIES?
1. bl Will the supplier be required to safeguard COMSEC information or assets?

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· c) Will the production (manufacture. andlor repair andlor modification) of PROTECTED andlor CLASSIFIED malerial or equipment occur at the supplier'S site or premises? Les inslallations du foumisseur servircnt-elles a la production (fabrication et/au reparation et/ou mOllification) de materiel PROTEGE etlou CLASSIFIE?

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Oui

· d) Will the supplier be required to use its IT systems to electronically process, produce or store PROTECTED andlor CLASSIFIED information or data? Le foumisseur sera-t-il tenu d'utiliser ses propres syslemes informatiques pour traiter, produire OU stocker electroniquement des renseignements ou des donnees PROTEGES et/ou CLASSIFiES?
· e) Will there be an electronic link between the supplier's IT systems and the govemment department or agency?

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Disposera-t-on dun Uanelectroruque entre Ie systeme informatique du foumisseur et celui du ministere ou de l'agence gouvemementale? Security Classification / Classification de securite
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TSS/SCT 350-103(2004112)

Canada

Government of Canada

Gouvernement du Canada
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For users completing the form manually use the summary chart below to indicate the category(ies) and level(s) of safeguardins required at the supplier's site(s) or premises. Lss ulilisateuTS qui rsrnpnssent Ie formula ire manuellernent doivent utilise!" Ie tableau recapnulatlt ci-dessous pour indiquer, pour cnaque calegorie, Iss niveaux de sauveparde requis aux installations du fournisseur For users completing the form online (via the Internet), the summary chart is automatically populated by your responses to previous questions. Dans Ie cas des utilisateuTS qui rernpussent Ie formulaire en ligna (par Internet), les reponses aux questions prsceoantes sont automattquernent satsies dans Ie tableau recapitulatrt. SUMMARY CHART I TABLEAU RECAPITULATlf

Cat.gory CategOrie

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PROTl';G~

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12. a) Is the description of the work contained within this SRCL PROTECTED and/or CLASSIFIED? La deSCription du travail vise par fa presente LVERS est-elle de nature PROTEGEE eVou CLASSIFIEE?
If Yaa, classify this form by anllOtating the top and bottom in the area entitled "Security Classification". Dans I'SfflrM<ltlve, classifier Ie present formulaire en illdiquant Ie niveau de seclJribi dans la case intituJee " Cla$$lflcatJon de securitii " au haut et au bas du formuillire.

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12. b) Wililhe documentation attached to this SRCl be PROTECTED and/or CLASSIFIED? La documentation associee a la presente LVERS sera-t-ess PROTEGEE eVou CLASSIFIEE? If Yes, classify this form by annotating the top and bottom in the area entitled "Secllrity Classification" and indicate with aUachmenEs (e.g. SECRET with Attachments). Dans I'affirmative, classifier Ie present formulaire en indiquant Ie nivaau de securitil dans la case intitulee « ClasSification da securlte " au haut et au bas du formulaire etlndlquer qu'U 'I a des pieces jotntes (p. ex. SECRET avec des pieces [olntes],

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Canadrl
000076

of Canada

Government

Gouvernement du Canada
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3.0rga arne (print)· Nom (en lettres rnoulees)
Sgt Gary E. Christiansen

de prOja! de I'organisme Title - Titre Private Security Coordinator

Signature

E-mail address- Adresse cournel gary.christiansen@rcmp-grc.gc.ca j.,.14.,. . ...,O=-r-g-an...,iz~a-u,...·o-n-S-e-e-ur-it-Y~A-u-th-o...,ri-ty-/"=-Riisponsable I'organisme de la secunte de
(705) 727-5749 (705) 727-4476

elephone No .• N de telephone

Facsimile No .• N de telecopieur

Date
2010-03-31

6. Procurement Officer 1Agent d'approvisionnemenl
arne (print) - Nom (en lettres moulees)

I Title - Titre

Signature

elephone NO. - N de telephone

E-mail address - Adresse courriel

Date

7. Contracting Security Authority I Autonte contractante en'matiere de sllcurits

ame (print) - Nom (en lenres moulses)

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I Title - Titre

TSS/SCT 350-103(2004/12)

Security Classification I Classification de secunte Unclassified I Non classifls

Canada

CONTRACT 6,MEN[)1'IH:Nl·, '\~.O!)IF!C\T!ON At' CONTl(,\T

,\dtls l'" dH f~Jurnis::,<·ur

000078

C()lltract No, ~No au COil,r:lu:t 7!56319 CONTRACT AMENDMENT~ MODIFICATION All mt',~tr"'''N'd dOCUll'It"l1t is amcna,x!; Hllless ilt!wrwi~e imUcllleti, nil other terms lind {;,)t,uitiof!s ef the cont,ac! remain the :llime. , Client Reference N~, • i M6500~(}.CSPG
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t.e accepie fa eresemc rnodH)c(lti{u1i'{::1 accus¢' r~o~pti(~R ' •

i\dl1rcss inquiries to: .. i\dn'lsser toute (It'in,mat; de' nlllselgil men ts i: Jessica
R1;llIfll :ilgll,a wp; !illHHYllil

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VendorlFirm Name and Address Rf1ison sociale et t1ldrc!;se au fOUl'flisSClU'
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000079

of Canada

n

On page l, at Vendor Name and

Todd Severson

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the Summit, and may or any new/additional

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per shift and cannot be Contractor,

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an increase in the level the
the contract

terms,

000080

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hereto to this
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Each claimmust show: all infcrrnation all applicable
<)1' the a list of nil Claim for I',y", ..,,,,~~ under the

(b)

claim must be support
(b) status

one

000081

Ontario

On page with the

Annex "11"
Annex "H"

of

000082

RCYfl! C~naQiM Mou!1t~d Pollett Gf.)B'ldarm<$r!e rOYiil1:1 au CO!!n~da

Claim fO'r Progr~s$ Payment Dem;nde de paiement progrel$if

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Proeuret'l1el'lt Susines$ Number iF'BN) NurMI", d'entreprl$e-appr!l\Il$k1!1nemel1l (NEAl de l'entreprotleUf

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i axe de '\Illnte harmonistx; (iV~lj

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000083

A 11'ElSTATION DE l..'ENT~!EPReNEIJ~ J'liItte~w ,,1.111:

reoolpt of Irwoiela from veooorlllubr;ontriidcf, IlM have beoo or wm be used excluslllely fur the PUI'j)I).$;) f lhll ctll1I!'act o • Ali dired l!\lOPtIl' CQ&l$ hIIw. be$n ptaid for or IilWtwd In tOO I'Iccooolll and all such OO&t~II.-ere lnllUrred eXc!uslWly for lhellurpose of the flImimcl , All UI'il!!r dlree! cosllll1ave ~! paitl fcr or a~ Hi the licwuni$ following r~ipt of IIIppHcablelrlVoioo Of ex~ voUCher ann aU sUCh oosu; 1!\Il!re 1~ exc:lus~;ely for the pUl'j)I).s;;of th;; contra!; lind • No 1i$1lIl. enoombr!lnO!!!Il, charses Qf oIher claims QXi$! IIgalf'.s! the work ~I ~ Wi'lk:!l rroayne by operation of law sueh liS II lien in the l1$\Ure of 1l1'1llnpaltl contractor's Illim an¢:! ill rellptlC! of whIch a
progrllli& payman! tlyCenadll, Mejlor aliVllrlOO paym;m! tlllli bllli!l Ql'vAU be matie

Intlirect CO$ll; haw been pail:! !of Of 8Ol:fued in lheacwurrtll, DIme:! materials Ilnti work UI\!!er Ilupcontrad have been !eCeil{ed, at!leptec! 11m! alther l';;id or 1I~ in !l'IylOIlr ll!)c()OOI$ following

m,'

lea coO!li iI161reetaont ~ reg!e~Oil pOl\~ a!JX ilvres, las mallereli tllrec::l:es et 1$ !faV!lllX de SIlU1Hnl!Wl'\(J;l! on! e!14 !e¢UI1, at '" teut a eli!; <ltoopl$ et t:ill!Y.... 0li eh~ P¢liUl u);;ivresIlpr~ ~tiOl'l !ll:: a rles a\J'!l

leClures ellVo'llle$ plir Ie fOlJm!;)$llur QIJ k: ~fll.$-lraliMl; ~ materillW- et I!eI:i travail" ont $Ie 011S\lPOflt IJIlI\IWS s,'I(c!U$IlIement all!( iins !lU clmlrat,

!Mese:

ContrllClo,

'G Signalure

' Slgl'atllre

de I'entreprel\&'.lr

Check lila lJo~ If t.1)e claim !l; being made wilh respect te 1.\<:11111000 payment prOvisions ineiudmt inlhe b'll$i$ af paymenl of Iii.., contract This claim, O'I! P!H'l!1:)l'l (If liiill cI!Ilm, ff$ for sn alill'<inCltPIO)IlW<lI'lt,
!certify that: Too f\Jl1da received will

0 Cocher la CIIli<'illli'" cem<looe: est faill1
!e!llti'le$

Tttte ..

eu contrat.

;!lUXpai(;ments

Ilnticip(ls

'

"

qui se

IlI'ld iI1'>!Itheii

!of the purpll$e olllle cOniraCl of tile purpose 10 W!l!ch lIlm
olilabltshed In aec;ortlam:a wilh the

Calle dlill'll~OOO, au utW pl'riie de OOlle del'l'llincill. w! pO\lnm pl!iemern MtlC\!.''''' J'attMll.e qlllii< : Las f¢!'Ki~~ ne llilNirorn ul1iqusmern ql/!;'Ul( !I!'Il! au Cl.lf'Jrllt C)'Joint sera UIllillll, I.e monllllll

est une Qll$mplioo complete ties foo$aVlIqUe!l1lli I., p!.1lelrn>!11 ruiClfl'\ e

• Thel1nlOUllt
C()OO~'Ofl$

01 the paymenlls of Ih!! contract

- The OOMIt'lctOf is !lot In demul! of I!.$ 1lI'Jlig11llioosunder the contract, .' ,he paYf'l'l$rnis related te an klenilflill:lle part of ttl;) CQ,1lrl!mualWOt1c

au paiement esl;!!!llcll wnfOl'!'t1IfiI'F.ent.,Ui!(col1{.!iD1>l1S du oonlrat L'el'ltrelirefll\lUf n'lI pas manque il ~el! oilllg!iUons en vert" tiu oonlrat, Le paiement POrte $i.If une part,:? ldelllffi~bie Ie oontrat. de", l'llVail)< or{;rJe&s (111<",$

Contractor 's SliJna!ure " Signature de rentrcilieneur CERTIFICATES OF DEPARTMENTAL

!!~lr!ty:,I~:e.nlf't!!:.~tlie orKmeets w he contrad. !lnd tt$ progress is in
contrac!.

REPRESENTATIVES

A iTESTATICINS DES f<lEPR5SISNi ANTS OUMlfiISTS"e Auwrlte scientlflque otll"a$~bili' du prelet J'a1ieste que les \revau)( SO!)! comormes all){ normell en vertu du contra! el que leur IiIIIlIflcemem est Ci:lnlol'ff!e !lUX
tiu CIlflIrat, Re6Pl'msab!e 00 I'irn;p~cth:m (tOUlii kJGai.!l:~ COf'tr';;l'.ll) que Ja qUlllite d!lll travau1t eltecuies est ctmformw 1"1)'normes en vert!.! eu cPfllrnl.

Autorlta (;onb'a",tame de I,.Il (llI'tC : J'&!te1i<1e. I,u'au !\'1$1iI$Uf "", ma cOIl!1!idSsam;e, III corresponO r. l'llVanC"...men!, t!es tr'!'vliux e,l est cooforme au Cllr'l1t"dl Toutefols, celie demand!! PQUftliil. lake !'objet d lIrn;; autre verlficaiioo et de tout mjusteml!l1t nol'loollllllire avant ie ler~!emefll11n.'l.

cerna"""

Contrlleti!lg i",uthonty

t'.oolract<;nlll

CII~f!!'s Authoritt<d Signil19 OOh::1lI' (Mwst sitll'l the inte>rlm claim): llllilrUfy !;haj the clal!l1 is in accordance witti the COTl\rllC1;,

000084

of Canada

du Canada

work within a

certifies that the candidates ,:i will he available to commence lime from the Contract award, or within the time remain available 10 perform the work in relation to the fulfillment of this Inc Contractor file Contractor
nnw!n('"

that all candidates \Viii hold \aiId
he fore their first shill. and that lor the have a minimum of')6 Of

of Ontario

within the last two years lilt· R('MP fbt:.r\"',; the ,,',)r''''''''"iI and for the
to request a

000085

Of Canada

au Canada
Title-Suje! S~lIrily Screening Personnel and Equipment Oate August 13, 20Hl Amend No, -No. Mtltlif

Putdlasing Offlce • Bureau des achats: Procurement 8:. Contracting Services! Services dacquisitions et des marches, 440 Coventry Road/440, chemh, Coventry

2nd Flocm2nd etage Ouawa, Ontario
KIA 011.2 CONTRACT AMENDMENTMO'DiFlCATION AU CONTRAT The referenced document is hereby amended: unless otherwise indicated, ell other terms and conditions of the contract remain the same
Ce dowment est pal' fa memes

i Contract
, 71563t9

No. ·No

au eontract

002
au CHell!

Client Reference No .• No, De RUerence

00229 - 219 ·()47·1

modit'ii! sauf Indication

comraire, les m(lda!it~.s

Destination
GSl'lHST Destination

1".0'.8,.

F.A.S. • TPSlTVH

see herein-voir ci-inclus Desttnatfons des biens, services
As per original
COl1!T3Ct,

Durv • Drol!~ .' see herem-voir ci-inclus

!

of Goods, Services, and ConstrucHon; unless otherwiseindicated

t"

COIlStl'lJ(:'tion:

As

Invokes - Original and two copies t() be sent to: Factures - Envoyer I'orlginal et deux copies a:

contract. un less otherwise lndieared

RChHH Srgn~;j ;01'''

I\~nl'i\\'i(h

P!!~rt' de reroumer ene eopie dimier,t srgnee mnnedautmeni

Comments· Commentaries Vendor.Flrm NaillI.' lind Addre~s Raison soclale er aaresse du fOllrnisst'ur

Contemporary

Security Canada, ULC
S 22.(jS2, 113,92 (lSI' Included For the Minister· Pour le Minislre

333 Terminal Avenue vancouver, Be V6A 4CI

Typt'Genre de Devise CAD

000086

Royal Canadian Mounted Police Gendarmerie royale du Canada
Government of Canada
Purchasing

Gouvernement du Canada

ContractJContrat

No.: 7156319

Office - Bureau des achats: Title-Sujet Security Screening Personnel and Equipment Contract 7156319 No. ~No dueontract Date

Procurement & Contracting Services I Services d'acquisitions et des marches. 440 Coventry Roadl440, chemin Coventry 2nd Floor/2nd etage Ottawa, Ontario KIA 0R2
CONTRACT AMENDMENTMODIFICATION AU CONTRAT The referenced document is hereby amended: unless otherwise indicated, all other terms and conditions of the contract remain the same. Ce document est par 11'1 presents medifie: sauf indication contraire, les modalites du eontrat demeurent les memes.

August 13,2010
Amend No. -No. Modif 002

Client Reference M6500~O~CSPG

No. ~ No. De Reference du Client

Financial Codes - Codes financiers 00229- 219 ·0474 F.O.B. ~ F.A.B.

Destinati on
GSTIHST - TPSrrVH

see herein-voir ci-inclus
The Vendor/Firm hereby accepts/acknowledges
this amendment.

Duty - Drelts see herein-voirci-inclus

Le foumisseur/entrepreneur aceepte la presente modification/en accuse reception. Signature Date Name, title of person authorized to sign (type or print)

Destination of Goods, Services. and Construction: Destinations des biens, services et construction: As per original contract, unless otherwise indicated. Invotces- Original and two copies to be sent to: Factures - Envoyer I'original et deux copies

As per original contract, unless otherwise indicated
Address inquiries to: - Adresser toute demande de

a:

Return signed copy forthwith Priere de retourner une copie dument signee immediatement

renseignmeats Ii: Jessica Berringer Senior Procurement & Contracting Officer
Tel No. - No de teh'j Increase ~ Augmentation Fax No. - N" de FAX:

Comments - Commentaries
VendorlFirm Name and Address Raison soclale et adresse du fournisseur

(613) 949-4605

s 5,112.72 GST Included
Revised estimated cost
Colit revise estimatif $ 22,052,113.92 GST Included For the Minister - Pour Ie Ministre

Decrease - Diminution

$ 0.00
Currency TypeGenre de Devise

Contemporary Security Canada, ULC 333 Terminal Avenue Vancouver, BC V6A 4Cl Stephen V. Mirabile

CAD

(

000087

Royal Canadian Mounted Police Gendarmerie royaie du Canada
Government of Canada Geuvernement du Canada Contract/Contrat No.: 7156319

THIS AMENDMENT IS RAISED TO INCORPORA TE CHANGES TO THE CONTRACT TERMS AND CONDITIONS AND STATEMENT OF WORK. THE FOLLOWING REVISIONS ARE:
1)

On page 10, at Article 6.2 Limitation of Expenditure, DELETE in its entirety and INSERT with the following:

Canada's total liability to the Contractor under the Contract must not exceed $21,002,013.26. Customs duties are included and Goodsand Services Tax or Harmonized Sales Tax is extra, ifapplicable. No increase in the total liability of Canada or in the price of the Work resulting from any design changes, modifications or interpretations of the specifications, will be authorized or paid to the Contractor unless these design changes, modifications or interpretations have been approved, in writing, by the Contracting Authority before their incorporation into the Work. The Contractor must not perform any work or provide any service that would result in Canada's total liability being exceeded before obtaining the written approval of the Contracting Authority. The Contractor must notify the Contracting Authority in writing as to the adequacy of this sum: (a) when it is 75 percent committed, or (b) four (4) months before the Contract expiry date, or (c) if the Contractor considers that the contract funds provided are inadequate for the completion of the Work, whichever comes first. If the notification is for inadequate contract funds, the Contractor must provide to the Contracting Authority, a written estimate for the additional funds required. Provision of such information by the Contractor does not increase Canada's liability. 2) On page 9, at Article 6.1 Basis of Payment,
INSERT:

"Food Services for G20

Total (GST Excluded) Food Services G20 Summit $4869.26 Note: The Contractor will be paid its authorized meals with proof of receipts without any allowance for overhead or profit, in accordance with the meal, private vehicle and incidental allowances specified in Appendices B, C and D of the Treasury Board Travel Directive (http://www.tbs-sct.gc.calhr-rh/gtla-vgcl!). and with the other provisions of the directive referring to travelers, rather than those referring to employees.
3)

On page 18, at Statement of Work, Scope of Work, DELETE in its entirety and INSERT with the following;

Security screening services will be required at the specified dates for the identified sites on a 24 hour basis, 7 days per week. 12~hour shifts will be utilized by the Security Screening staff. Should the RCMP advise the Contractor to stand down on a specified date they were contracted for, the RCMP will reimburse the Contractor for their availability to provide the service as requested as per the rates outlined in the Basis of Payment.

ALL OTHER CONTRACT

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

REMAIN UNCHANGED

000088

Contract Advance Approval For Amendment{s)

(CAAi"

Approbation prealable de contrat aux fins de modification(s)

(APC)

Proposed Amendment No N° de la mocmcanon proposes

7156319

2

Amendmenllncre.se/DecreaS9 (incl. GSi/HST) Augmentation/diminution (TPS/TVH comprises)

10...

"'"

$5,112.72

Description of Goods, Services (including period and options) - Description des biens, services (y compris la periods et les options)

Private security services required in support of the G8 and G20 Summits.
Reason for Amendment- Raison pour la modification

To add in the ability to pay for security personnel who were on stand-by as ordered by the RCMP. Also to include the provshon of food servctea that were required for security personnel on particular days.
Price Support· Justificalion de prix Published Price List - usts de prix publiee Paid Invoice - Facture payee Copy Of Previous contract - Copie au contrat precedent Client Name - Nom du client

O O

Price certification and discretionalY audit Attestation des prix at verification aiscretionnaire Other (Please Specify) ALlin. (Veuillez preciear)

Consultation With • Consultation aupres de

Gary Christiansen ';, ',", "~"';""',;:;;»Hi" :',:;:~""';:';;
Document

D Legal· ccntenneex III Colleague· Collegue

D Non-applicable.
rVH ~e)

o

Quality Assurancs . Assurance de ta qualite Sans objet

";";''';<

Value (GSTIHST exclUded)
Valeur (TPSITVH non comprise)

l/a,ue::M~~~~i:,HST

Approval Authority POLivoir d'approbatfon

Date of Approval Date d'approbation

Original Contract Contrat original # #
Previously Approved Amendments

$20,997,144.00 $0.00

$22,047,001.20 CFAO, Alain Seguin $0.00 Manager, Ian Arboleda

2009-05-19 2010-05-28

1

# # # #

Modifications IInterieures approuvee$

Tolal of P(eiliously Approvec:i Amendmente Tolal dell modlficationsLantolrleures approuveeG

--'-

__

$4,869.26

I;z] Recommended

[J ApproveQ - Approuv.

- Recommands

Date

2010-08-13
Manager. Gestionnalr,i
Daie

D

DRecommend&d

- Recommends

Approved - APprouve - Recommend';

nRecommended

~,){~proved • Approuve [] Approved· Approuve

Date
RCMP ORC 4217 (2004·06) ICS

~

Comments on commentetres au dossier?r-l

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