Breakdown of current obligations by contractor

Breakdown of current obligations by contractor
Contractor Project Obligation Completed to date In progress To be identified Contract award date Estimated     timeframe    Company contact & Email Description
ADGA Group Consultants Land Command Support Systems—Weapon System Management $278,914,763 $278,914,763 $0 $0 2011 2/8/2010 - 10/4/2021 Lorcan Sheridan
lsheridan@adga.ca
Provision of an independent validation and verification of the Land Command Support Systems suite of long-term support contracts.
AirBoss Defense Group Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Respirator—Acquisition $33,030,596 $33,030,596 $0 $0 2018 11/13/2015 - 10/31/2023 Jo-Anne Labonte
jo-anne.labonte@adga.com
Procurement of CBRN air-purifying respirators and equipment.
AirBoss Defense Group Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Respirator—In-Service Support $2,164,166 $272,870 $1,891,296 $0 2018 11/13/2015 - 10/31/2023 Jo-Anne Labonte
jo-anne.labonte@adga.com
In-service support for CBRN air-purifying respirators and equipment.
Airbus Defence and Space Fixed-Wing Search and Rescue Aircraft—Acquisition $1,954,195,924 $666,546,522 $1,287,649,402 $0 2016 1/1/2008 - 12/1/2026 Florian Steiner
florian.steiner@airbus.com
Procurement of 16 C-295W fixed-wing search and rescue aircraft from Airbus Defence and Space. 
Airbus Defence and Space Fixed-Wing Search and Rescue Aircraft—In-Service Support $713,194,170 $214,651,402 $498,542,768 $0 2016 1/1/2008 - 11/30/2031 Florian Steiner
florian.steiner@airbus.com
Maintenance, support and training of 16 Airbus Defence and Space C-295W aircraft.
Arcfield Canada CF-18 Avionics—Optimized Weapon System Support $396,523,888 $229,154,316 $0 $167,369,572 2011 7/23/2008 - 3/31/2024 Denean Tomlin
denean.tomlin@arcfield.com
Long-term, performance based system engineering support contract related to the modernization of the avionics systems of the CF-18 fleet.
Babcock Canada Victoria-Class In-Service Support Contract $2,082,788,436 $1,789,612,046 $0 $293,176,390 2008 7/21/2006 - 6/30/2023 Jennifer Leng
Jennifer.Leng@babcockinternational.com
Fifteen year in-service support for the Victoria-class submarines.
Bell Helicopter Textron Canada CH146 Utility Tactical Transport Helicopter—Optimized Weapons System Support $968,772,173 $889,626,990 $79,145,183 $0 2011 1/14/2011 - 3/31/2024 Erwin Boone
eboone@bellflight.com
Optimized weapon system support for the CH146 Griffon helicopter.
Boeing Defence, Space and Security Medium-to Heavy-Lift Helicopters—Acquisition $1,256,244,839 $1,256,244,839 $0 $0 2009 7/5/2006 - 6/30/2022 Jeff Hurst
jeffrey.e.hurst@boeing.com 
Acquisition of 15 CH-147F medium-to-heavy lift helicopters.
Boeing Defence, Space and Security Medium-to Heavy-Lift Helicopters—In-Service Support $581,378,704 $581,378,704 $0 $0 2013 7/5/2006 - 6/21/2038 Jeff Hurst
jeffrey.e.hurst@boeing.com 
Maintenance of 15 CH-147 medium-to-heavy lift helicopters.
Boeing Defence, Space and Security C17 Strategic Airlift—In-Service Support $746,000,000 $746,000,000 $0 $0 2007 7/6/2006 - 1/31/2032 Jeff Hurst
jeffrey.e.hurst@boeing.com 
Maintenance for the strategic airlift capability.
Boeing Defence, Space and Security CF18 Radome Upgrade $59,533,181 $0 $0 $59,533,181 2021 7/2/2020 - 12/31/2028 Jeff Hurst
jeffrey.e.hurst@boeing.com 
Non-recurring engineering for radome as combat capability upgrade for Hornet Extension Program (HEP).
CAE Operational Training Systems Provider—C130J $370,434,220 $236,214,649 $134,219,571 $0 2009 1/25/2007 - 3/31/2033 Michelle Massicard
michelle.massicard@cae.com
Provision of aircrew operational training capability in support of the C-130J aircraft.
CAE Operational Training Systems Provider—CH-147 $245,989,527 $124,991,098 $76,325,825 $44,672,604 2010 1/25/2007 - 9/24/2035 Michelle Massicard
michelle.massicard@cae.com
Provision of aircrew operational training capability in support of the CH-147 aircraft.
Cascade Aerospace CC130 Hercules Avionics—In-Service Support $35,052,707 $32,825,182 $2,227,525 $0 2013 8/23/2007 - 3/31/2022 Stephen Scharff
sscharff@cascadeaerospace.com
Maintenance program management, engineering support, logistics support, and systems modernization/change support.
Cascade Aerospace CC130 Primary Air Vehicle—Optimized Weapon System Management $609,225,413 $609,225,413 $0 $0 2005 10/24/2005 - 3/31/2022 Stephen Scharff
sscharff@cascadeaerospace.com
Long-term contract for system engineering support as it relates to the Hercules airframe.
Chantier Davie Canada Halifax-Class Work Period Support Service Contracts—Davie $500,000,000 $12,049,371 $175,573,594 $312,377,035 2019 8/9/2016 - 7/15/2024 Marcel Poulin
marcel.poulin@davie.ca
Provision of platform maintenance support services for the Halifax-class frigates at Davie Shipyard.
Chantier Davie Canada Medium Icebreakers $225,045,021 $155,965,944 $69,079,077 $0 2018 11/16/2016 - 11/16/2021 Madalina Varban
madalina.varban@davie.ca
Consideration for interim capabilities for icebreaking and towing services for the Canadian Coast Guard.
General Dynamics Land Systems Canada Expedient Route Opening Capability—In-Service Support $11,750,000 $8,988,758 $2,761,242 $0 2017 4/1/2016 - 3/31/2023 Peter deJong
dejongp@gdls.com
Repair and maintenance of the fleet of Buffalo and Cougar armoured vehicles.
General Dynamics Land Systems Canada Armoured Combat Support Vehicle $1,775,324,576 $301,291,584 $717,555,473 $756,477,519 2019 3/18/2018 - 9/5/2026 Peter deJong
dejongp@gdls.com
Procurement of armoured support vehicles to replace current Bison and Tracked LAV fleets.
General Dynamics Land Systems Canada Light Armoured Vehicle III Upgrade Project $1,680,696,927 $1,680,696,927 $0 $0 2011 4/6/2010 - 1/31/2023 Peter deJong
dejongp@gdls.com
Upgrade to the protection, mobility and lethality of the Light Armoured Vehicle III fleet.
General Dynamics Land Systems Canada Wheeled Light Armoured Vehicles—Optimized Weapon Systems Support—Phase 2 $1,126,792,845 $1,126,792,845 $0 $0 2008 3/18/2002 - 3/31/2023 Peter deJong
dejongp@gdls.com
Long-term in-service support of the Light Armoured Vehicle III, Bison, Coyote and RG-31  wheeled armoured vehicle fleets.
General Dynamics Land Systems Canada Light Armoured Vehicle Reconnaissance—Surveillance System Implementation Contract $326,565,331 $326,565,331 $0 $0 2015 5/28/2012 - 3/1/2024 Peter deJong
dejongp@gdls.com
Procurement of new fully integrated system of reconnaissance and surveillance for the Light Armoured Vehicles. This will include sensor suites, surveillance system vehicle and ground mounts, operator control station and silent watch power supply.
General Dynamics Mission Systems Canada Manned Airborne Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance—In-Service Support $72,227,247 $0 $23,180,000 $49,047,247 2021 9/29/2014 - 4/21/2031 Emma Cooke
emma.cooke@gd-ms.ca
In-service support for the fleet of three Beechcraft King Air 350ER aircraft, modified and equipped with integrated Prime Mission Equipment.
General Dynamics Mission Systems–Canada Land C4ISR Sustainment Project—Engineering and Integration $325,000,000 $89,816,989 $182,670,625 $52,512,386 2018 2/9/2017 - 10/21/2025 Aleks Veselic
aleks.veselic@gd-ms.ca
Engineering and integration support for Land C4ISR system.
General Dynamics Mission Systems–Canada Combat Net Radio Enhanced—In-Service Support $33,867,771 $16,692,114 $0 $17,175,657 2016 3/25/2013 - 3/31/2025 Aleks Veselic
aleks.veselic@gd-ms.ca
Maintenance of the combat net radio.
General Dynamics Mission Systems–Canada Land C4ISR Sustainment Project—Software Support $175,000,000 $46,309,374 $102,602,425 $26,088,201 2018 2/9/2017 - 10/21/2025 Aleks Veselic
aleks.veselic@gd-ms.ca
Software support for Land C4ISR system.
General Dynamics Mission Systems–Canada Land C4ISR Sustainment Project—Cyber Security Engineering Services $50,000,000 $13,742,809 $32,496,693 $3,760,498 2018 2/9/2017 - 10/21/2025 Aleks Veselic
aleks.veselic@gd-ms.ca
Cyber security engineering support for the Land C4ISR system.
General Dynamics Mission Systems–Canada Mercury Global Ground Segment—Design and Build $54,161,080 $54,161,080 $0 $0 2014 6/1/2012 - 11/7/2021 Emma Cooke
emma.cooke@gd-ms.ca
Design and build of three ground stations across Canada to receive data from the Wideband Global Satellite System.
General Dynamics Mission Systems–Canada Mercury Global Ground Segment—In-Service Support $20,870,696 $2,941,476 $17,929,220 $0 2014 6/12/2012 - 11/6/2026 Emma Cooke
emma.cooke@gd-ms.ca
Maintenance and support for the three ground stations.
General Dynamics Mission Systems–Canada Mercury Global—Strategic Deployable Terminals $31,257,799 $2,590,546 $10,371,216 $18,296,037 2018 1/28/2015 - 2/22/2020 Emma Cooke
emma.cooke@gd-ms.ca
Acquisition of strategic deployable terminals and in-service support.
General Dynamics Mission Systems–Canada CP-140 Aurora—Data Management System—Block IV $306,248,634 $306,248,634 $0 $0 2015 12/1/2013 - 10/15/2022 Victoria Hodgins
victoria.hodgins@gd-ms.ca
Acquisition of capability enhancements for 14 aircraft.
General Dynamics Mission Systems–Canada Halifax-Class Combat Systems—In-Service-Support $158,576,803 $0 $115,299,996 $43,276,807 2020 8/9/2016 - 10/31/2027 Emma Cooke
emma.cooke@gd-ms.ca
Maintenance of the combat system radars for Canadian Navy Frigates.
General Dynamics Mission Systems–Canada Underwater Warfare Sensor Suite Upgrade—Acquisition and In-Service Support $148,731,985 $81,663,110 $67,068,875 $0 2018 7/5/2012 - 6/28/2028 Aleks Veselic
aleks.veselic@gd-ms.ca
Upgrade and/or replacement of components of the underwater warfare sensor suite on the Halifax-class frigates.
IMP Aerospace CP-140 Aurora Optimized Weapon System Support—Primary Air Vehicle $807,012,500 $742,139,999 $0 $64,872,501 2005 6/30/2005 - 3/31/2022 Wayne Banfield
Wayne.Banfield@impaerospace.com
Long-term system engineering support contract for the Aurora airframe.
Irving Shipbuilding Halifax-Class Ship Modernization—Shipyard East $931,539,779 $798,261,179 $0 $133,278,600 2008 4/5/2007 - 8/24/2022 Aaron Plamondon
Plamondon.Aaron@irvingshipbuilding.com
On-going maintenance and repair of seven Halifax-class frigates.
Irving Shipbuilding Arctic Offshore Patrol Ships $3,113,984,004 $2,621,884,760 $0 $492,099,244 2013 9/1/2010 - 1/31/2026 Aaron Plamondon
Plamondon.Aaron@irvingshipbuilding.com
Design and construction of six vessels.
Irving Shipbuilding Halifax-Class Work Period Support Service Contracts—Irving Shipbuilding $500,000,000 $0 $0 $500,000,000 2019 8/9/2016 - 6/6/2024 Aaron Plamondon
Plamondon.Aaron@irvingshipbuilding.com
Provision of platform maintenance support services for the Halifax-class frigates at Irving Shipbuilding.
Irving Shipbuilding Canadian Surface Combatant—Definition Prime Contract $937,200,000 $34,832,579 $123,375,201 $778,992,220 2019 6/27/2014 - 12/31/2031 Aaron Plamondon
Plamondon.Aaron@irvingshipbuilding.com
Design refinements upon which Canada’s future fleet of 15 Canadian Surface Combatant (CSC) warships will be built, working with CSC Definition subcontractor Lockheed Martin Canada.
L3 Technologies ES CP-140 Aurora System Support—Avionics $480,980,091 $384,113,570 $90,000,000 $6,866,521 2005 6/30/2005 - 3/31/2025 Susan Creese
susan.creese@L3Harris.com
In-service program management, engineering support, logistics support, and systems modernization/change support.
L3 Technologies MAS CF-18 Primary Air Vehicle—Optimized Weapon System Management $808,372,570 $769,530,926 $0 $38,841,644 2011 7/11/2011 - 3/31/2022 Joe Gazale
joe.gazale@l3t.com
Long-term contract for system engineering support, including the bundling of numerous airframe related spares, repair and overhaul, technical inspection and engineering support and project contract.
Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Tactical Airlift Capability Project—In-Service Support Period Two $986,707,597 $363,736,399 $405,440,322 $217,530,876 2015 2/23/2015 - 12/31/2033 Josh Lewis
joshua.b.lewis@lmco.com
Period two maintenance for the C-130J Super Hercules aircraft.
Lockheed Martin Canada Halifax-Class Ship Modernization—Combat Systems In-Service Support $538,859,054 $196,854,063 $8,445,937 $333,559,054 2008 3/25/2005 - 11/7/2021 Andrew Coates
Andrew.t.coates@lmco.com
Provision of long-term in-service support for combat systems.
Lockheed Martin Canada Canadian Surface Combatant—Definition Subcontract $745,000,000 $0 $243,507,452 $501,492,548 2019 2/10/2015 - 12/31/2031 Andrew Coates
Andrew.t.coates@lmco.com
Provide and refine the design upon which Canada’s future fleet of 15 Canadian Surface Combatant (CSC) warships will be built, working with CSC Definition prime contractor Irving Shipbuilding.
Lockheed Martin Missiles And Fire Control Advanced Multi-Role Infrared Sensor for the CF-18—Acquisition $44,430,000 $0 $10,389,072 $34,040,928 2021 10/2/2020 - 10/6/2027 Robert Kelly
robert.kelly@lmco.com
Acquisition of Electro-Optical / Infrared Pod Enhancements to CF-18 SNIPER Advanced Targeting Pod System.
Lockheed Martin Overseas Corporation Victoria-Class Command and Control System—In-Service Support $27,839,411 $12,629,535 $0 $15,209,876 2017 3/16/2016 - 12/4/2023 Jacqueline Serviss
jacqueline.h.serviss@lmco.com
Maintenance of the Victoria-class submarine command and control system.
Lockheed Martin Overseas Corporation Victoria Class Command and Control System—In-Service Support II $50,407,295 $0 $34,941,808 $15,465,487 2021 6/7/2019 - 6/10/2028 Jacqueline Serviss
jacqueline.h.serviss@lmco.com
Maintenance of the Victoria Class Submarine Command and Control System.
Logistik Unicorp Non-Operational Clothing and Footwear Contract $128,825,563 $6,386,764 $119,413,236 $3,025,563 2020 2/5/2018 - 6/3/2028 Johanne Joly
johanne_joly@logistikunicorp.com
Provision of non-operational clothing (dress uniforms and occupational clothing) and footwear.
Macdonald Dettwiler and Associates CP-140 Aurora—Imaging Radar System $344,722,086 $344,722,086 $0 $0 2002 5/23/2002 - 3/31/2026 Shawn Roy
Shawn.Roy@mdacorporation.com
Replacement and upgrade of radar systems on the CP-140 fleet with the AN/APS 508 Imaging Radar System.
Macdonald Dettwiler and Associates Medium Earth Orbit Search and Rescue Space Segment $36,054,994 $36,054,994 $0 $0 2019 2/12/2015 - 1/2/2031 Shawn Roy
Shawn.Roy@mdacorporation.com
Replacement of the Low Earth Orbit system with the next generation satellite system.
Macdonald Dettwiler and Associates Polar Epsilon 2 $63,968,298 $57,397,125 $0 $6,571,173 2016 8/31/2013 - 6/13/2023 Shawn Roy
Shawn.Roy@mdacorporation.com
Delivery of world-leading advanced surveillance capabilities for domestic and global Canadian Armed Forces operations using imagery from the three-satellite RADARSAT Constellation Mission.
Mack Defence Medium Support Vehicle System—Standard Military Pattern—In-Service Support $139,788,964 $31,607,597 $2,783,088 $105,398,279 2015 6/27/2006 - 6/11/2027 Randy Blose
randy.blose@mackdefense.com
Maintenance of a fleet of standard military pattern vehicles, armour protection systems kits, and load handling system trailers.
Mack Defence Medium Support Vehicle System—Standard Military Pattern—Acquisition $734,008,617 $734,008,617 $0 $0 2015 6/27/2006 - 6/11/2020 Randy Blose
randy.blose@mackdefense.com
Acquisition of a fleet of medium support vehicles—Standard Military Pattern.
Magellan Aerospace CF-18 Engines—F404 Long-Term In-Service Support $106,434,421 $106,434,421 $0 $0 2017 12/18/2014 - 1/11/2024 Bang Tan
Bang.Tan@magellan.aero
CF-18  engines F404 repair and overhaul.
Mercedes Benz Canada Light Utility Vehicle Wheeled—In-Service Support $66,676,209 $66,676,209 $0 $0 2010 3/18/2008 - 3/31/2023 Christian Thomsen
christian.thomsen@mercedes-benz.com
Long-term support contract involves servicing the Canadian Forces' Mercedes Benz G-Wagons.
QinetiQ Group Canadian Armed Forces Unmanned Aircraft System $60,437,840 $20,337,124 $17,183,123 $22,917,593 2018 10/27/2017 - 11/30/2023 Stacy Johnston 
stacy.johnston@qinetiq.com
Provision of a sustainable, airborne, beyond-visual-line-of sight, near real-time intelligence, surveillance, target acquisition, and reconnaissance small/tactical unmanned aircraft system.
Raytheon Canada Naval Remote Weapon Station $44,152,983 $19,341,614 $17,894,702 $6,916,667 2016 4/12/2012 - 1/31/2023 Barry Windsor
barry.windsor@raytheon.com
Provision of a naval remote weapons station defence capability against small boats and low flying aerial threats.
Raytheon Canada Phalanx Naval Weapon System—In-Service Support $330,038,170 $56,009,287 $244,635,339 $29,393,544 2017 5/27/2016 - 11/23/2027 Barry Windsor
barry.windsor@raytheon.com
Provision of depot support for the Phalanx project.
Raytheon Intelligence & Space Active Electronically Scanned Array Radar—Acquisition for Hornet Extension Program $140,470,852 $0 $127,219,416 $13,251,436 2021 7/9/2020 - 9/8/2029 PJ Hart
pj.hart@raytheon.com
Acquisition of APG-79 active electronically scanned array radar as combat capability upgrade for Hornet Extension Program.
Raytheon Missiles & Defence Advanced Medium Range Air-to-Air Missile $21,447,586 $10,321,980 $0 $11,125,606 2019 10/3/2018 - 8/12/2030 Debra Copp
dacopp@rtx.com
Procurement of AIM-120 missiles for Canada’s CF18 fleet.
Raytheon Missiles & Defence AIM 9X Sidewinder—Acquisition for Hornet Extension Program $40,000,000 $0 $0 $40,000,000 2021 7/2/2020 - 7/28/2028 Patrick Flaherty
patrick.m.flaherty@raytheon.com
Acquisition of a AIM 9X Sidewinder as a combat capability upgrade for Hornet Extension Program.
Raytheon Missiles & Defense Light Weight Torpedo Upgrade $92,930,289 $67,906,287 $25,024,002 $0 2019 12/19/2018 - 6/1/2029 Sarah Botthof
sarah.botthof@raytheon.com
Upgrade of Canada’s MK46 light-weight torpedoes to the MK54 variant.
Rheinmetall Canada Integrated Soldier System Project—Acquisition $73,295,910 $71,260,861 $0 $2,035,049 2015 5/29/2009 - 6/22/2022 Jean-Francois Chouinard
jfchouinard@rheinmetall.ca
Acquisition of soldier-wearable communication suites, complete with required accessories, support equipment, contract management, training, logistic and engineering support. 
Rheinmetall Canada Integrated Soldier System Project—In-Service Support $18,340,232 $17,703,481 $636,751 $0 2017 5/29/2009 - 3/26/2022 Jean-Francois Chouinard
jfchouinard@rheinmetall.ca
Support of soldier-wearable communication suites, required accessories, support equipment, training, and logistic and engineering support.
Rheinmetall Canada Land C4ISR Sustainment Project—Intelligence, Surveillance, Target Acquisition, and Reconnaissance $50,000,000 $30,362,576 $19,637,424 $0 2018 2/9/2017 - 10/21/2025 Jean-Francois Chouinard
jfchouinard@rheinmetall.ca
Intelligence, surveillance, target acquisition, and reconnaissance support services for Land C4ISR system.
Rheinmetall Canada Land Command Support Systems—Life Extensions—Satellite on the Move $45,398,154 $38,566,006 $0 $6,832,148 2014 5/11/2012 - 5/31/2023 Jean-Francois Chouinard
jfchouinard@rheinmetall.ca
Acquisition and initial support of Satcom on the Move systems, consisting of mobile terminals, which will provide long-range connectivity between deployed vehicles and command posts.
Rheinmetall Canada Medium Range Radar—In-Service Support $8,406,404 $5,797,138 $2,609,266 $0 2015 3/3/2008 - 8/1/2022 Pascale Richard
prichard@rheinmetall.ca
In-service support of ten medium-range radars.
Rheinmetall Canada Medium Range Radar—Acquisition $138,500,782 $137,671,955 $0 $828,827 2015 3/3/2008 - 8/1/2022 Pascale Richard
prichard@rheinmetall.ca
Acquisition of ten truck mounted medium-range radars.
Rheinmetall Electronics Tank Replacement Project—Leopard 2 Simulators and Trainers $19,642,222 $19,605,012 $0 $37,210 2012 4/8/2009 - 3/31/2021 Simona Jung
simona.jung@rheinmetall.com
Procurement of simulators and trainers for the Canadian Forces' Leopard two tanks.
Saab Microwave Systems Canada Halifax-Class Frigates—Antenna Replacement $36,460,288 $26,541,003 $9,919,285 $0 2018 6/30/2016 - 10/1/2025 Ryan Clermont
ryan@clermark.com
Replacement of SG180 antennas onboard the Halifax-class frigates.
Seaspan Vancouver Shipyards Offshore Fisheries Science Vessel Shipbuilding $666,903,265 $666,903,265 $0 $0 2015 9/1/2010 - 12/31/2022 Chad Hey
chey@seaspan.com
Construction of three offshore fisheries science vessels for the Canadian Coast Guard.
Seaspan Vancouver Shipyards Offshore Oceanographic Science Vessel Shipbuilding $685,352,524 $198,622,563 $252,432,539 $234,297,422 2015 9/1/2010 - 8/24/2025 Chad Hey
chey@seaspan.com
Construction of an offshore oceanographic science vessel for the Canadian Coast Guard.
Seaspan Vancouver Shipyards Joint Support Ship—Build Contract $2,447,262,476 $342,378,654 $486,804,342 $1,618,079,480 2020 9/1/2010 - 9/25/2026 Chad Hey
chey@seaspan.com
Construction of two joint support ships for the Canadian Navy.
Seaspan Vancouver Shipyards Joint Support Ship—Early Block Build, Design and Production Engineering and Long Lead Items Contracts $1,169,560,580 $786,905,866 $0 $382,654,714 2015 9/1/2010 - 1/31/2025 Chad Hey
chey@seaspan.com
Contracts for the design, engineering and early construction of joint support ships for the Canadian Navy.
Seaspan Victoria Shipyards Halifax-Class Ship Modernization—Shipyard West $759,544,296 $726,081,419 $0 $33,462,877 2008 4/5/2007 - 3/31/2021 Chad Hey
chey@seaspan.com
Maintenance, repair and mid–life refit for Canada's five Halifax-class frigates.
Seaspan Victoria Shipyards Halifax-Class Work Period Support Service Contracts—Seaspan Victoria Shipyards $500,000,000 $13,479,092 $56,775,756 $429,745,152 2019 8/9/2016 - 6/12/2020 Chad Hey
chey@seaspan.com
Provision of platform maintenance support services for the Halifax-class frigates at Seaspan Victoria Shipyards.
Sikorsky Aircraft Maritime Helicopter Project—Acquisition $2,047,437,629 $2,047,437,629 $0 $0 2004 8/8/2000 - 12/31/2023 Jacqueline Serviss
jacqueline.h.serviss@lmco.com
Replacement of the CH124 Sea King helicopter fleet.
Sikorsky Aircraft Maritime Helicopter Project—In-Service Support $2,769,384,372 $2,255,685,326 $80,601,733 $433,097,313 2004 8/1/2000 - 3/31/2028 Jacqueline Serviss
jacqueline.h.serviss@lmco.com
Maintenance of the CH-148 (Cyclone) helicopters.
Standard Aero C130—CP140  Aircraft Engine—Long-Term In-Service Support $107,282,053 $107,282,053 $0 $0 2017 12/18/2014 - 1/11/2025 Marvin Hiebert
Marvin.Hiebert@StandardAero.com
Maintenance, engineering, logistics, and publications support for the T56 propulsion group which includes the reduction gear box, torque assembly, engine, propeller, and ancillary components.
Textron Aviation Manned Airborne Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance—Aircraft Acquisition  $37,166,034 $15,020,072 $0 $22,145,962 2019 9/29/2014 - 12/21/2025 Mike Langston
mrlangston@txtav.com 
Acquisition of the manned intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance aircraft.
Textron Systems Canada Tactical Armoured Patrol Vehicle Project—Acquisition $740,205,275 $740,205,275 $0 $0 2012 7/8/2009 - 3/7/2021 Michael Trak
mtrak@textronsystems.com
Acquisition of a new tactical armoured patrol vehicle.
Textron Systems Canada Tactical Armoured Patrol Vehicle—In-Service Support $102,424,630 $76,083,952 $26,340,678 $0 2012 7/8/2009 - 3/31/2024 Michael Trak
mtrak@textronsystems.com
Maintenance for the fleet of new tactical armoured patrol vehicles.
Thales Canada Tactical Control Modernization Project $141,273,483 $13,644,254 $0 $127,629,229 2021 8/19/2016 - 6/14/2041 Tom Rose
Tom.Rose@ca.thalesgroup.com
Procurement of three radar systems for the Canadian Armed Forces.
Thales Canada Optronics Victoria-Class Submarine Periscope—In-Service Support $4,339,278 $4,339,278 $0 $0 2019 7/28/2017 - 6/29/2024 Tom Rose
Tom.Rose@ca.thalesgroup.com
Provision of maintenance services for the Victoria-class periscope.
Thales Joint Venture Canada/Australia Arctic Offshore Patrol Ship and the Joint Support Ship—In-Service Support $77,490,287 $74,045,510 $3,444,777 $0 2017 8/17/2012 - 12/1/2027 Tom Rose
Tom.Rose@ca.thalesgroup.com
In-service support for the arctic offshore patrol ships and joint support ships.
Top Aces Contracted Airborne Training Services $407,680,394 $131,577,532 $276,102,862 $0 2017 9/14/2009 - 3/31/2032 Erin Black
Erin.Black@topaces.com
Procurement of live training services.
ViaSat Multifunctional Information Distribution System—Joint Tactical Radio System $25,670,976 $0 $0 $25,670,976 2021 1/1/2018 - 12/10/2027 Daniel J. Uglietta
daniel.uglietta@viasat.com
Procurement of joint tactical radio system for multifunctional information distribution system.
Weatherhaven Headquarters Shelter Systems—Acquisition $179,937,820 $160,929,813 $19,008,007 $0 2017 8/17/2012 - 6/30/2023 Alberto Moreno
amoreno@weatherhaven.com
Provision of a new system of tactical soft-walled shelters and ancillary equipment to support the functions of digitized headquarter command posts, accommodations and field hospitals.
Weatherhaven Headquarters Shelter Systems—In-Service Support $12,257,556 $3,654,232 $4,873,460 $3,729,864 2017 8/17/2012 - 1/13/2024 Alberto Moreno
amoreno@weatherhaven.com
Maintenance on the headquarter shelter systems.
Weatherhaven Headquarters Shelter Systems—In-Service Support $12,044,381  $506,957  $7,729,552  $3,807,872  2017 8/17/2012 - 6/30/2022 Alberto Moreno
amoreno@weatherhaven.com
Maintenance on the headquarter shelter systems.

Notes:

  1. The Report on contractor progress does not include information for contracts that have not yet been publicly released.
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  5. In cases where there are no values under "Completed to date", the project is recently contracted and the first cycle of annual reporting has not yet been completed.
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Contractor
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Obligation
The value of the contractor's IRB/ITB obligation on the contract.
Completed
The value of the contractor's IRB/ITB business activities in Canada that are complete.
In progress
The value of the contractor's IRB/ITB business activities in Canada that are currently underway.
Not identified
The value of the contractor's IRB/ITB obligation for which specific business activities have not yet been identified.  
Estimated timeframe
The timeframe within which the contractor must fulfill its IRB/ITB obligation on the contract.