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Cormorant In-Service Support Contract

Project Type

Support Contract In Support Services

Objective

This In-Service Support (ISS) contract is to implement the first to third-line support necessary to provide mission ready aircraft to the Royal Canadian Air Force at 9 Wing Gander, 14 Wing Greenwood, 19 Wing Comox and 8 Wing Trenton (upon return of the CH149 Cormorant to that location as a result of the CH149 Cormorant Mid-Life Upgrade [CMLU] Project). The Crown will retain specific responsibilities and authorities for oversight of operations, maintenance, engineering, logistics, and airworthiness for this contract.

Requirements

The Cormorant ISS contract will provide first to third-line maintenance, engineering activities necessary for life cycle management and continuing airworthiness, aircraft and component repair and overhaul, logistic support (including overall management of spares and materiel), equipment and publications, and technical training for pilots and flight engineers.

Funding Range

$1 billion to $4.99 billion

Anticipated Timeline (Fiscal Year)

Defence Capability Areas

Defence Capability Investment Areas

Key Industrial Capabilities

To be determined.

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