DAG 2015 – Services

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In-Service Support

Objective

The Canadian Surface Combatant (CSC) project management office intends to establish one or more In-Service Support (ISS) Contracts as part of the acquisition project, based upon the overall CSC Support Solution that will be defined.

Requirements

The CSC Project’s objective is to recapitalize the Canadian Armed Forces surface combatant fleet by replacing the warfare capabilities currently residing with the Iroquois and Halifax Class ships, identifying and acquiring the necessary Integrated Logistics Support (ILS), and awarding In-Service Support contract(s). The CSC Support Solution comprises the sum of the services, resources and information required to properly support each CSC ship throughout its in-service life.

Preliminary Estimate

  • More than $1.5 billion

Anticipated Timeline

  • 2021 to 2025
    • Contract Award

Point of Contact

Canadian Surface Combatant Project Management Office
Phone: 819-997-1448

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