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Procurement Opportunities & Awards

The aim of this section is to provide CNL supply chain with information about upcoming opportunities as well as those contracts recently awarded.
Procurement Opportunities & Awards

Procurement Opportunities:

This section shows a listing of upcoming contract opportunities that CNL anticipated for the next 3 to 6 months.

CNL employs MERX to post most competitive procurements over $25,000 CDN.

Recently Awarded Contracts:

This section shows the recently awarded  contracts with company names of winning proponents. This is done in order to allow other small and local companies a point of contact for services they may be able to provide at the sub-contract level.

Master Service Agreements (MSAs):

MSAs are contracts CNL puts in place for goods & services that are required over a period of time. This list is provided in order for companies to see when CNL MSAs for services are about to be completed so they can prepare to enter in a procurement as a potential supplier.

CNL has three key missions:

Mission 1: Environmental Remediation Management
CNL is accelerating decommissioning, environmental restoration and waste management projects to safely and effectively reduce Canada’s nuclear legacy liabilities and associated risks, based on sound waste management and environmental principles. To further that end, projects will be undertaken to: demolish and decommission several buildings at the Chalk River site to allow for new facilities to be built; advance the development of a Near Surface Disposal Facility at Chalk River to receive low-level waste streams; manage and treat liquid and legacy waste to reduce environmental impact; and maintain the Gentilly-1 and Douglas Point storage facilities.
Mission 2: Science and Technology
The CNL mission to advance Canada’s nuclear agenda, by supporting the government in its objectives, through research and commercial products will be furthered through the procurement of equipment and services to enable laboratories to operate safely, efficiently and with the largest scope possible.
Mission 3: Capital
The development and transformation of the Chalk River Site to a campus-like facility will give rise to a number of capital projects to build new facilities; revitalize and modernize existing facilities; and enhance IT capabilities and infrastructure. New equipment will be procured to assist the Health Safety and Security program and Research and Development to achieve their goals.