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Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada
Gatineau, Quebec (Canada)

Organization's Website: http://www.aadnc-aandc.gc.ca/Opens in New Window


 

Organization Description:

The Department of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada (formerly Indian and Northern Affairs Canada) is one of the federal government departments responsible for meeting the Government of Canada's obligations and commitments to Canadian aboriginals and for fulfilling the federal government's constitutional responsibilities in the North.

Procurement opportunities (RFPs, Bids, Tenders, etc.) found for Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada


Results: 5 Items
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Grants and Contributions Information Management System (GCIMS) Business/Functional Support Services (1000212241) Gatineau 07.15.2019
Reference number PW-19-00881790Solicitation number 1000212241Region of opportunity National Capital RegionRegion...

Grants and Contributions Information Management System (GCIMS) Business/Functional Support Services (1000212143) Gatineau 07.10.2019
Reference number PW-19-00881296Solicitation number 1000212143Region of opportunity National Capital RegionRegion...

Security Printing (A0334-174620/B) Ottawa 07.09.2019
Reference number PW-$-010-77442Solicitation number A0334-174620/BRegion of delivery Alberta, British Columbia,...

RFSO - Contaminated Site and Major Mine Closure Project & Portfolio Management Support Services (1000206942) Gatineau 06.28.2019
Reference number PW-19-00880030Solicitation number 1000206942Region of opportunity CanadaRegion of delivery...

Expert Engineering and Advice, Environmental Investigations and Remediation Related to Contaminated Sites Program in Nunavut (1000211698) Gatineau 06.20.2019
Reference number PW-19-00879133Solicitation number 1000211698Region of opportunity CanadaRegion of delivery...


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