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The Orphan Fund Procurement Program works with consulting and contracting vendors, selected by Request for Proposal (RFP) process through SaskTenders, to complete all required work on orphan sites, including but not limited to: abandonment, decommissioning and reclamation.
Vendors are selected through a competitive process, which adheres to many interprovincial trade agreements including the New West Partnership Trade Agreement (NWPTA) and the Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT). The Orphan Fund Procurement Program is committed to using the most cost effective approach in its procurement practices.
All pre-qualified vendors who are the successful bidder of a project under the Orphan Fund Procurement Program must sign a Saskatchewan Orphan Contract Agreement with the Ministry Energy and Resources, which specifies the scope of the work, terms and conditions, cost, payment, etc.
The Contract Agreement is in effect for a three-year term and is divided into two major components:
Orphan projects are advertised on SaskTenders for pre-qualified vendors to bid on. Projects include, but are not limited to:
Before applying to become a pre-qualified vendor, applicants must:
The Ministry may ask for proof of eligibility before signing any agreement.
To apply to become a pre-qualified vendor for projects under the Orphan Fund Procurement Program:
The application, responses and any accompanying documentation submitted by the vendor are the property of the ministry and will not be returned.
This application is for the pre-qualification process only. Being approved does not guarantee that the applicant will be invited to bid on, or will be selected for, any of the project work.
Complete and attach the appropriate SOGOF Vendor Pre-qualification Form.
Maintaining Pre-Qualified Vendor Status
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