DAG 2016 – Services

ARCHIVED - Light Utility Vehicle Wheeled Sustainment

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Information: New Proposal

For DAG 2016

In-Service Support

Objective

The contracts will provide the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) with in-service support capabilities for the Light Utility Vehicle Wheeled (LUVW) Suite. This equipment is currently being utilized by the CAF to conduct domestic and expeditionary operations, as well as individual and collective training.

Requirements

To provide the ability to procure spare parts, repair and overhaul repairable assemblies, and procure technical services to solve fleet-wide maintenance and performance issues to support the LUVW. There are three configurations of LUVW in service: Basic; Military Police; and Command & Reconnaissance. The procurement strategy is likely to be impacted by Intellectual Property rights.

Preliminary Estimate

  • $50 million to $99 million

Anticipated Timeline

  • 2016 Request for Proposal Release
  • 2017 Contract Award

Point of Contact

Director Support Vehicles Program Management
Phone: 819-939-6320


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