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SOLICITATION AMENDMENT MODIFICATION DE L'INVITATION

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F.O.B. - F.A.B. The referenced document is hereby revised; unless otherwise indicated, all other terms and conditions of the Solicitation remain the same. Ce document est par la présente révisé; sauf indication contraire, les modalités de l'invitation demeurent les mêmes.

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Medium Support Vehicle System Project/Systéme de véhicule de soutien moyen 555 Boulevard de la Carrière Édifice Louis St-Laurent Building Gatineau Quebec K1A 0A2

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LOGISTICS VEHICLE MODERNIZATION (LVM) PROJECT AMENDMENT 001

Amendment no 001 is being issued to amend the Letter of InterestW847L-150067/A, revise documentation and respond to questions submitted by Industries during the Industry Consultation Session on September 16, 2014. The presentation and the list of participants are included in this amendment. This Amendment is divided into four Parts: •

Part I

Amendment to the Letter of Interest;



Part II

Questions and Answers;



Part III

Presentation of the Industry Consultation Session, September 16, 2014; and



Part IV

Industry Consultation Session - List of Participants.

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PART I AMENDMENT TO THE LETTER OF INTEREST DOCUMENTATION

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At Letter of Interest, Article 1 – General, e.:

DELETE: e. Discuss the procurement strategy (breakdown of requirements in a single RFP, potential efficiencies, single fleet or mixed fleets, etc); and REPLACE BY: e. Discuss the procurement strategy (breakdown of requirements for Acquisition and ISS, potential efficiencies, single fleet or mixed fleets, etc); and 2.

At Letter of Interest, Article 5 - PWGSC Contracting Authority:

DELETE: Janice MacDonald Director, Major Projects Directorate Logistics Vehicle Modernization Project Public Works and Government Services Canada E-mail: [email protected] Tel. No.: 613-997-1978 REPLACE BY: Yves Lortie A/Director, Major Projects Directorate – MSVS and LVM Public Works and Government Services Canada E-mail: [email protected] Tel. No.: 613-997-1978 3.

At Annex B – Operational Requirements:

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REPLACE BY: Annex B – Operational Requirements v 1.1 (see attachments: 1. With Highlights and 2. Final version) 4.

At Annex D – Procurement Strategy, Article 3 - Procurement Strategies:

DELETE in its entirety REPLACE BY: In the past, Canada has faced various challenges in procurement of this scale. As such, potential options for this procurement include: a.

One Acquisition Contract with one main contractor for all three capabilities (Heavy and Light Expeditionary and Light Domestic) including In-Service Support (ISS);

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Two Acquisition Contracts: one for both Expeditionary capabilities (Light and Heavy) including In-Service Support (ISS), and one for the Light Domestic capability including In-Service Support (ISS); One contract per capability including In-Service Support (ISS); or Industry proposed contracting method.

c. d.

On February 5, 2014 Canada announced its Defence Procurement Strategy (DPS). One of the objectives for Canada’s Defence Procurement Strategy (DPS) is to improve economic outcomes resulting from Defence procurements by using a weighted and rated value proposition for defence contracts. The details of the ratings and evaluation parameters for value propositions will be done on a procurement by procurement basis and will involve industry consultations. The LVM procurement is being considered for a value proposition for each of the LVM Acquisition and LVM In-Service Support Contracts. If, after consideration, the value proposition is to be included in this requirement, the evaluation methodology will include its weighting and rating. 5.

At Annex F – LVM Pricing Table, Title at Column C: Unit Price, Version English only:

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PART II

QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS Question 1: Why is the LVM procurement separated from the MSVS SMP? All the requirements seem similar for all 3 procurement (Light, Medium and Heavy) logistical vehicles. Answer 1: The existing medium fleet entered service approximately 10 years earlier than the light and heavy fleets. Accordingly, it needed to be replaced earlier. Question 2: With the requirement to operate modules on the move, is there a roll over protection requirement? Answer 2: For the LOI, do not cost for rollover/crush protection. This will be examined further in SOR/specification development. Question 3: The box on configuration and carrying capacity says Heavy MRT with crane ability to lift main battle tank and LAV power pack. One could read this as the whole tank and the LAV power pack. Are we correct that it means the MBT power pack as referred to in the following section on ''lifting'' and the LAV power pack? Answer 3: See Annex A for additional details for the Leopard power pack requirement. For the LAV 6.0 engine the following are the specs: LAV 6.0

Weight (lbs)

L (In)

W (in)

H (in)

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Question 4: How many personnel need to be in the cab? Answer 4: For the LOI, 2 (with personnel kit) is the minimum in the cab. Question 5: Describe the economic model to be used in the determination of whether or not the LVM project will proceed with a mix fleet of Light Expeditionary and Light Domestic vehicles? Answer 5: There is no specific economic model that will be used by Canada to determine if the project will proceed with a mix fleet scenario for the LVM Light vehicles. Light Expeditionary fleet: The initial acquisition cost (ref year 2020) + the in-service cost over 20 years will be calculated keeping in consideration the inflation over the whole period. Light Domestic fleet: The initial acquisition cost (ref year 2020) + the in-service cost over 10 years will be calculated keeping in consideration the inflation over the whole period. A second acquisition cost (ref year 2030) + the in-service cost over 10 years will be calculated keeping in consideration the inflation over the whole period. The overall cost for the Light Domestic fleet will be the sum of the cost for 2020-2030 and 2030-2040. The total cost from 2020 to 2040 for both the Expeditionary and Domestics fleets will then be compared and following a cost-benefits analysis, a decision will be taken. Question 6: Has there been discussion on the limitations caused by ITB/VP (i.e. that if may limit competition)? Answer 6: The Defence Procurement Strategy (DPS), of which the new ITB Policy is a component, has three key objectives: delivering the right equipment to the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) and the Canadian Coast Guard in a timely manner; leveraging our purchases of defence equipment to create jobs and economic growth in Canada; and streamlining defence procurement processes. The DPS will encourage the competitiveness of Canadian defence-related firms on both a domestic and international stage, as well as promote the development of partnerships to undertake high value work in Canada, including with small and medium sized business and in regions. More information on the ITB Policy and Value Propositions will be made available on the Industry Canada website.

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Question 7: Is there any possibility has consideration been given to reducing the ITB requirement from 100% to a lower percentage? Answer 7: The ITB obligation for the LVM project will be equal to 100% of the contract value.

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PART III

PRESENTATION OF THE INDUSTRY CONSULTATION SESSION SEPTEMBER 16, 2014

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PART IV

INDUSTRY CONSULTATION SESSION LIST OF PARTICIPANTS September 16, 2014

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Annex B to the LOI

LOGISTICS VEHICLE MODERNIZATION (LVM) PROJECT W847L-150067/A OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENTS 1. PROJECT OVERVIEW 1.1. Capability Deficiency. The current Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) fleet of light and heavy logistics capabilities is in need of replacement due to their age and limited ability to meet current Department of National Defence operational requirements. The Logistics Vehicle Modernization (LVM) project is replacing two major fleets: the Heavy Logistic Vehicle Wheeled (HLVW) and the Logistic Support Vehicle Wheeled (LSVW); and two minor fleets: the Heavy Engineer Support Vehicles (HESV) Gen 1 and Gen 2. 1.2. New Capability. The LVM project will modernize and improve the light and heavy logistics vehicle capability, including their related ancillaries. Improvements are expected to payload, functionality, and mobility for all fleets and protection for the heavy fleet. These vehicles will be used to carry light and heavy cargo, modules (truck bodies) of various configurations and roles to ensure the CAF has the necessary equipment for training and operations at home and abroad. While developed and sponsored by the Army, the LVM project will deliver (see Table 1) a capability requirement to the CAF as a whole. 1.3. Definitions and acronyms can be found at Appendix 1 to this Annex. Table 1 – LVM Project Deliverables Light Expeditionary Light Vehicles: x Standard Military Pattern Light Ancillary: x Cargo Trailers x Water Trailers x Rigid wall Modules x Cargo and troop transport Modules x MRT Modules x Welding Platforms x Ambulances Modules Light Domestic Light Vehicles: x Military Commercial-Off-The-Shelf

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Heavy Expeditionary Heavy Vehicles: x Cargo x Cargo with Crane x MRT with Crane x Palletized Loading System (PLS/CHU) x Tractor Heavy Ancillary x Trailers x Fuel Containers x Water Containers x Fuel Trailers x Flat Racks x Armoured Protection Kits x Armoured Troop Carrying Module

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Annex B to the LOI 2.

REQUIREMENT

2.1. Project Deliverables. The project deliverables could include the following: 2.1.1.

Light Logistics Capability. 2.1.1.1. Expeditionary Vehicles (also known as Standard Military Pattern - SMP); 2.1.1.2. Domestic Vehicles (also known as. Militarized Commercial Off The Shelf MilCOTS); 2.1.1.3. Modules and Platform; 2.1.1.4. Light Trailers; and 2.1.1.5. 1,500-litre Water Trailers.

2.1.2.

Heavy Logistics Capability. 2.1.2.1. Expeditionary Vehicles (also known as Standard Military Pattern - SMP); 2.1.2.2. 16,500 kg Load Handling System (LHS) Trailers; 2.1.2.3. 45,000 kg Heavy equipment trailer; 2.1.2.4. 10,000-litre Bulk Fuel ISO-compatible Containers; 2.1.2.5. 10,000-litre Bulk Water ISO-compatible Containers; 2.1.2.6. Flat Racks; 2.1.2.7. Armoured Protection Kits (APK); 2.1.2.8. Armoured Troop Carrying Modules; and 2.1.2.9. 2,700-litre Fuel Trailers.

2.1.3. Integrated Logistics Support (ILS). With the initial acquisition of the LVM capabilities, Canada intends to procure an Integrated Logistics Support package including training, technical publications, initial provisioning of two (2) years of spares parts, and possibly Special Tools and Test Equipment (STTE). The ILS requirements will be based on the In-Service-Support (ISS) concept selected for each fleet as proposed in Appendix 6 to this Annex. 2.1.4. Long Term In-Service Support (ISS). In addition to the selected deliverables, the LVM project will be seeking a long term In-Service Support (ISS) agreement to maintain the deliverables throughout their anticipated useful life cycle. The ISS requirements will be based on the ISS concept selected as proposed in Appendix 6 to this Annex. 2.2. Differences from the LOI published 5 July 2011. The following have been added or removed: 2.2.1.

2.2.2.

Added. 2.2.1.1. 1,500-litre Water Trailers (Light Capability); 2.2.1.2. 2,700-litre Fuel Trailers (Heavy Capability); 2.2.1.3. Armoured Troop Carrying Modules (Heavy Capability); Removed. 2.2.2.1. Light Vehicle Armoured Protection Kits (APK); 2.2.2.2. Remote Weapon Station (RWS) and its related requirements; 2.2.2.3. Heavy tractors to transport Main Battle Tanks (MBT); and 2.2.2.4. The following ISO containers: Bicons, Tricons, and Quadcons.

2.3. The initial estimated quantity of project deliverables are listed in Appendix 2 and the initial High Level Mandatory Requirements are respectively found in Appendices 3, 4, and 5 of this Annex.

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Annex B to the LOI 3. TENTATIVE SCHEDULE. The following table provides the LVM project key milestones. This tentative schedule is based on information currently available and is subject to change. Key Milestone Industry Consultation Request for Proposal Contract Award First Delivery Final Delivery

Year Fall 2014 2019 2020 2022 2025

4. REFERENCE DOCUMENTS. The following documents provide background and context to facilitate the consultative process. 4.1. 4.2. 4.3. 4.4.

ISO 668 - Series 1 freight containers - Classification, dimensions and ratings; STANAG 2828 – Military Pallets, Package and Containers; STANAG 4569 – Protection levels; and United Kingdom Defense Standard 23-6 (UK Def Stan 23-6).

5. LIST OF APPENDICES. 5.1. 5.2. 5.3. 5.4. 5.5. 5.6.

Appendix B1: Glossary of Definitions and Acronyms; Appendix B2: Estimated Quantities of Project Deliverables; Appendix B3: LVM Heavy Expeditionary Initial High Level Mandatory Requirements; Appendix B4: LVM Light Expeditionary Initial High Level Mandatory Requirements; Appendix B5: LVM Light Domestic Initial High Level Mandatory Requirements; and Appendix B6: LVM In-Service Support (ISS) Concepts.

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Appendix B1 to Annex B GLOSSARY OF DEFINITIONS AND ACRONYMS Definitions a.

20' container. A standard intermodal shipping container designated 1C in International Standard 668, published by the International Standards Organization.

b.

Bicon. A small multimodal container that can be shipped via air, sea or ground transport that, when coupled with corner fittings to one other Bicon becomes a twenty-foot-equivalent unit (TEU). A Bicon is approximately half of the size of a 20' container. Its dimensions are approximately 10' long by 8' wide and 8' high.

c.

Flatrack. An intermodal 20' long by 8' wide pallet that is equipped with a loop that facilitates its loading and offloading via hook-lift load-handling systems.

d.

LVM Light and Heavy Capabilities. This includes the truck, the trailer, and all ancillary equipment.

e.

Payload. The vehicle payload rating shall not include the weight of the standard kit and equipment carried by the vehicle, ancillary equipment, the Armoured Protection System, the trailer tongue weight or any of the components of the vehicle cargo system or load handling system.

f.

Standard kit and equipment carried by the vehicle. Consists of two personnel, including their items worn (helmet, fragmentation vest, tactical vest, ruck sack, personal weapon and night vision goggles), a shovel, pick, axle, wheel changing kit, wood block, safety triangles, tire chains, vehicle camouflage kit, tow sling, shackle, rations, fire extinguisher, first aid kit, Nuclear Biological Chemical (NBC) decontamination kit, stove, lantern, water jerry can, and fuel jerry can. It also includes any other specific items not listed above, but necessary for the vehicle operation.

Deleted: <#>Quadcon. A small multimodal container that can be shipped via air, sea or ground transport that, when coupled with corner fittings to three other Quadcons becomes a TEU. A Quadcon is approximately one-quarter of the size of a 20' container. Its dimensions are approximately 4'10" long by 8' wide and 8' high.¶

g.

Twenty-Foot-Equivalent Unit. A group of smaller multimodal containers linked together through corner fittings with a total length of 20', width of 8' and functioning as a 20' intermodal container for the purposes of transportation.

h.

Vehicle Mounted Modules or Platforms. Any module or platform that can be integrated onto the vehicle frame in order to perform specific functions.

Deleted: <#>Tricon. A small multimodal container that can be shipped via air, sea or ground transport that, when coupled with corner fittings to two other Tricons becomes a TEU. A Tricon is approximately one-third of the size of a 20' container. Its dimensions are approximately 6'5" long by 8' wide and 8' high.¶

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Vehicle or Truck. Both of these terms will be used with the same signification in the documents included with the main Letter of Interest (LOI) document. They will refer to a motorized wheeled means of transport that unless specified otherwise, will include a cab and a body.

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Appendix B1 to Annex B

Acronyms AECTPAllied Environmental Conditions and Test Publications APK

Armoured Protection Kit

CA

Canadian Army

CAF

Canadian Armed Forces

CCA

Commander Canadian Army

CHU

Container Handling Unit

LAV

Command Post

CSS

Combat Service Support

DND

Department of National Defence

ELE

Estimated Life Expectancy

ERC

Enhanced Recovery Capability

Gen

Generation

LCSS

Land Command Support System

LHS

Load Handling System

LVM

Logistics Vehicle Modernization

LSVW

Light Support Vehicle Wheeled

MBT

Main Battle Tank

MilCOTS Militarized Commercial Off-The-Shelf

COTS Commercial Off-The-Shelf CP

Light Armoured Vehicle

GTW Gross Trailer Weight HESV Heavy Engineer Support Vehicle HLMR High Level Mandatory Requirement HLVW Heavy Logistics Vehicle Wheeled

MLVW

Medium Logistic Vehicle Wheeled

MOTS

Military Off-the-Shelf

MRT

Mobile Repair Team

MSVS

Medium Support Vehicle System

NATO

North Atlantic Treaty Organization

OEM

Original Equipment Manufacturer

POL

Petroleum Oil and Lubricant

PLS

Palletized Loading System

RFP

Request for Proposal

SMP

Standard Military Pattern

SOR

Statement of Operational Requirements

IED

Improvised Explosive Devices

ILS

Integrated Logistics Support

ISO

International Standardization Organization

TIES Support

ISS

In-Service Support

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Appendix B2 to Annex B ESTIMATED QUANTITIES OF PROJECT DELIVERABLES QtyA

Option 1B

Option 2C

Light Expeditionary vehicle (SMP) Light Domestic vehicle (MilCOTS) Total number of Light vehicles (all variants) Modules and Shelters (see table below) Light Trailers 1,500-litre Water Trailers

1,000 400 1,400 1,200 100 100

+300 +100 +400 +240 +50 +50

+500 +200 +700 +450 +100 +100

Modules and Platforms

QtyA

Option 1B

Option 2C

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+60 +10 +45 +90 +15 +20 +240

+135 +20 +95 +140 +20 +40 +450

LVM Heavy Expeditionary Vehicle

QtyA

Option 1B

Option 2C

Cargo Cargo with Crane MRT with Crane LHS/CHU Tractors (Trucks) for a 45,000 kg payload trailer Total number of Heavy Trucks (all variants) 10,000-litre Bulk Fuel Containers 10,000-litre Bulk Water Containers Flat Racks Armoured Protection Kits Armoured Troop Carrying Modules 2,700-litre Fuel Trailers Trailer 45,000 kg payload Trailer 16,500 kg payload

50 10 50 200 30 340 100 10 200 90 2 30 30 50

+15 +4 +16 +50 +10 +95 +20 +5 +50 +15 +2 +20 +10 +25

+25 +8 +32 +100 +15 +180 +40 +10 +100 +30 +4 +40 +15 +50

LVM Light

(More Modules/ Shelters will be acquired than LVM Light Trucks)

Cargo Cargo with Security Screen MRT CP/Office Welding Platform Ambulance Total number of Modules

Economic Order QtyD

Economic Order QtyD

Economic Order QtyD

Note A. Qty: The initial quantity. Note B. Option 1: A quantity above the initial quantity. Note C. Option 2: A quantity above the initial quantity. Note D. Economic Order Quantity: A quantity for which the unit price would be the lowest thus, the most advantageous unit cost for Canada to consider.

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Appendix B3 to Annex B This Appendix is meant to facilitate discussion and should not be construed as any commitment. It provides preliminary High Level Mandatory Requirements for Industry Consultation and is subject to change without notice.

LVM HEAVY EXPEDITIONARY CAPABILITY INITIAL HIGH LEVEL MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS (HLMR) Deliverables

Operating Environment

Key Tasks

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Heavy Expeditionary Vehicles in the following variants: a. Cargo; b. Cargo with Crane; c. MRT with Crane; d. Palletized Loading System (PLS)/ Container Handling Unit (CHU); and e. Tractor (truck) trailer (Separate Chassis). Trailers in the following variants: a. LHS; b. Heavy Equipment Cargo; and c. Fuel Trailer Bulk fuel and bulk water ISO compatible containers: a. 10,000-litre fuel containers; and b. 10,000-litre water containers. Flat racks (PLS flat racks) Armoured Protection Kits (APK) Armoured Troop Carrying Module (14 personnel) The LVM Heavy Expeditionary Vehicle will be optimized for expeditionary/overseas deployments and will be fully capable of 24/7 operations for extended periods of time and employable in arctic, arid and temperate climates with a temperature range from -40ºC to +49ºC IAW the A1, A2, A3, B1, B2, B3, C0, C1, and C2 (limited to -40ºC) zones as described in AETCP-230. The Vehicle shall conform to applicable country of origin laws, regulations and industry standards governing manufacture, safety, and noise levels, unless specified otherwise. The LVM Heavy Expeditionary Vehicle, with a 2 person crew, will be used to: a. Transport 20-ft ISO containers (with integrated load and unload capability); b. Transport cargo pallets (with integrated load and unload capability); c. Transport bulk fuel and bulk water containers (with integrated load and unload capability); d. Transport PLS operated combat engineering dump box (with integrated load and unload capability); e. Transport flat racks (with integrated load and unload capability); f. Execute major repair fonctions using its MRT Crane and onboard tools; g. Load and unload cargo with its Crane; and h. Tow heavy trailers and fuel trailers. All LVM Expeditionary (Standard Military Pattern - SMP) Heavy Vehicle variants, with the exception of the tractor-trailer variant, will have one common chassis. The common chassis means that all variants would have the same standard cab, cab seating, engine, transmission, transfer case, axles, wheels rims and tire, and suspension components. The LVM Heavy Expeditionary Vehicle will be capable of accepting an Armoured Protection System (APS) to provide a high level of all-around protection to its occupants against the impact of blast, penetration, and other lethal effects of threat weapons such as mines, improvised explosive devices (IED), ballistic projectiles and artillery fragments.

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Appendix B3 to Annex B This Appendix is meant to facilitate discussion and should not be construed as any commitment. It provides preliminary High Level Mandatory Requirements for Industry Consultation and is subject to change without notice.

Mobility

Armour Protection. The protection system will protect the occupants against the following threats: a. STANAG 4569 Level 3 ballistic (KE and artillery fragments) threats; b. STANAG 4569 Level 3A/3B against blast mines; and c. Improvised explosive devices (IED) typified by artisanal mines, artillery shells and suicide bombs. Tactical. Elements of UK Defence Standard 23-6, Improved Medium Mobility. Expect usage On/Off roads (70%/30%), and an average of 5,000 km per year. The minimum range is 500Km for the LVM Heavy Expeditionary with armoured cab with full payload, and towing a trailer with full payload on highway conditions.

Strategic. Transportable utilizing the intermodal transport system, Air (be transportable by CC-177 aircrafts), Rail, Road and Sea. Configurations The LVM Heavy Vehicle will have the following configurations and carrying and Carrying capacity: Capacity a. Minimum payload capacity 16,500 kg; 45,000 kg for heavy tractors; b. Palletized Loading System (PLS) and Container Handling Unit (CHU): 20 foot ISO containers; c. Cargo with Crane: NATO pallets; d. Heavy Mobile Repair Team (HMRT) with crane: ability to lift the main battle tank and the LAV power pack; and e. Tractor Trailer: Heavy Equipment. Note: The standard kit (pers, weapons, vehicle tools, etc) is approximately 750kg. This is separate from the required payload listed above. Lifting Material Handling Crane. Located behind the cab with 360 degrees rotation. Expected lift capacity of 4,000 kg at a height of 3.6 metres in order to be capable to load a pallet from the ground to any position on the cargo deck. Also expected, a lift capacity of 2,500kg at maximum reach of 6.1 meters. LVM Heavy MRT Crane. Located at the back with 360 degrees rotation. Expected with sufficient lift capacity to remove a Leopard 2A6 tank power pack with breakaway force of 8,000 kg at a 3.2-meter reach and at minimum lift height of 2.5 meters. Towing The LVM Heavy Expeditionary Vehicles will have the ability to tow trailers Capacity equivalent to the vehicle payload. Ancillaries Trailers. a. The LVM Heavy Trailers will have the ability to carry 20-foot ISO containers and will be compatible with the LHS vehicle system. b. Fuel trailer with an integrated pumping unit will have the following characteristics: i. Capacity to carry a 2,700-litre fuel tank; ii. Two options are being considered: (a) Trailer with integrated fuel tank; and (b) Cargo trailer as described above with fuel tank inside an ISO Bicon structure. Flat Racks. The LVM Heavy Flat Racks will have at least 16,500 kg payload capacity and will be PLS compatible. 10,000-litre Bulk Fuel & Bulk Water ISO-compatible Containers. The Bulk liquid containers will be placed inside a 20-foot ISO container structure with an integrated pumping unit operable independently when dismounted from the vehicle

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or trailer. Armoured Troop Carrying Module. The Armoured Troop Carrying Module will be: a. PLS/CHU compatible 20-foot ISO container; b. Equipped with integrated heat, ventilation & air conditioning, lights and operable independently from the vehicle; c. Protected to at least STANAG 4569 Level 3A/3B; d. Providing suitable seating for at least fourteen personnel and their personal load carriage equipment; and e. Equipped with four plasma screens and external vision systems. Anthropometric Requirements. The LVM Heavy Expeditionary Vehicle will be capable of accommodating fully equipped Canadian Army personnel ranging in size from a 5% Canadian male and female to a 95% male and female. Communication. The LVM Heavy Vehicle will integrate the Army Land Command Support Systems (LCSS). Power Generation. LVM Heavy Vehicle will deliver sufficient and stable electrical power to all its electrical and electronic systems and its LCSS (approx. 100 amps additional). Requirement Removed. The LVM Heavy Expeditionary Vehicle will be able to operate on JP8. The LVM Heavy Expeditionary Vehicle capability will have a life expectancy of at least 20 years; 30 years with life extension program.

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Deleted: The LVM Heavy Expeditionary Vehicle will have sufficient (at least 20%) Weight/Payload and Electrical power generation growth capacity to enable future reconfiguration and/or improvement of its LCSS, without extensive vehicle redesign or modification.

Appendix B4 to Annex B This Appendix is meant to facilitate discussion and should not be construed as any commitment. It provides preliminary High Level Mandatory Requirements for Industry Consultation and is subject to change without notice.

LVM LIGHT EXPEDITIONARY CAPABILITY INITIAL HIGH LEVEL MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS (HLMR) Deliverables

Light Expeditionary Vehicles in the following variant: a. Vehicles with cab and integral flat deck

Deleted: chassis/frame only

Light Expeditionary Modules and Platforms in the following variants: a. Light shelters (Rigid wall modules for configurations such as CP, ambulance and MRT; b. Cargo and troop transport Modules; and c. Welding Platforms;

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Light Expeditionary Trailers in the following variants: a. Light Cargo; and b. Water Trailers. The LVM Light Expeditionary capabilities will be optimized for expeditionary/overseas deployments and will be fully capable of 24/7 operations for extended periods of time and employable in arctic, arid and temperate climates with a temperature range from -40ºC to +49ºC IAW the A1, A2, A3, B1, B2, B3, C0, C1, and C2 (limited to -40ºC) zones as described in AETCP-230. The Vehicle shall conform to applicable country of origin laws, regulations and industry standards governing manufacture, safety, and noise levels, unless specified otherwise. The LVM Light Expeditionary Vehicles, with a 2 person crew, will be used to: Transport: a. Light rigid wall modules with Lighting, Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning; b. Light Cargo and troop transport modules; c. Welding platform; and d. ISO Containers (1x Bicon); Tow: a. LVM light cargo trailer; and b. 1,500-litre water trailer Expeditionary / Standard Military Pattern (SMP): a. The LVM Light Expeditionary Vehicle will have one common chassis with interchangeable bodies (meaning any LVM Modules can be mounted onto it). This combination of vehicle chassis and Modules or Platform is also known as Special Equipment Vehicle (SEV). The common chassis means that all variants would have the same standard cab, cab seating, engine, transmission, transfer case, axles, wheels rims and tire, and suspension components. b. The LVM Light Expeditionary Vehicle’s torsion-free subframe will be equipped with retractable ISO twist locks to secure 1x Bicon size container/module, Tactical. Elements of UK Defence Standard 23-6, Improved Medium Mobility. Expect usage On/Off roads (70%/30%), and an average of 5,000 km per year. The minimum range is 500Km for the LVM Light Expeditionary with full payload, and towing a trailer with full payload on highway conditions.

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Deleted: 1x Tricon size container, and 2x Quadcon size units.

Appendix B4 to Annex B This Appendix is meant to facilitate discussion and should not be construed as any commitment. It provides preliminary High Level Mandatory Requirements for Industry Consultation and is subject to change without notice.

Carrying Capacity

Towing Capacity Ancillaries

Strategic. Transportable utilizing the intermodal transport system, Air (at least one LVM Light Expeditionary Vehicle at curb weight, with any fully kitted Module (dismounted) be transportable by CC-130J Hercules aircraft and CC-177 Aircraft), Rail, Road and Sea. No permanent external modifications that prevent intermodal transport are permitted. The LVM Light Expeditionary Vehicle will carry any fully kitted Light Module or platform purposely designed to be mounted on this type of vehicle or one NATO pallet in a Cargo module. A minimum payload between 2,500 kg and 3,500 kg is anticipated. Note: The standard kit (pers, weapons, vehicle tools, etc) is approximately 750kg. This is separate from the required payload listed above. The LVM Light Expeditionary Vehicle will have the ability to tow the LVM Light Expeditionary Trailer at Gross Trailer Weight (GTW) and the 1,500-litre water trailers. Trailers. The LVM Light Expeditionary Trailers will have the following characteristics: a. Cargo Trailer (Light): i. Have a payload equivalent as the LVM Light Expeditionary vehicle; ii. Ability to carry: one Cargo Module loaded with one NATO pallet; one fully kitted vehicle module ; iii. Equipped with ISO twist lock fittings for ISO containers: (1x Bicon); and iv. Designed with a deck, foldable cargo sides and easily removable superstructure and tarp. b. Water Trailer (Light): i. Carry a 1,500-litre gravity fed water tank ; and ii. Two options are being considered: (a) Trailer with integrated water tank; and (b) Cargo trailer as described above with dismountable water tank inside an ISO Bicon structure that can be operated independently when dismounted from the trailer; Modules and Platforms: Dimensions and Specifications. Nominal 8 feet wide X 10 feet long (ISO Bicon floor size), 6 feet 4 inches high. Also, the LVM Light Modules will be equipped with 4 ISO bottom corners fittings, and tie-down attaching points. All modules shall be capable of accepting external power. SEVs Variants. Light Module and platform variants are divided into three categories: Category 1 – General Transport Modules: a. Cargo Modules; and b. Cargo Modules with security screen and tarp. Category 2 – Rigid Wall Modules and platforms: c. Admin Office/Command Post (CP); d. Mobile Repair Team (MRT) Workshop Module; e. Ambulance Module; i. Able to host up to at least four stretcher at once with one medical technician; ii. Fitted with a system to aid the users to load the stretcher born casualties; iii. Communication between the ambulance module and the vehicle cab is required while the vehicle is moving.

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Deleted: Expect usage On/Off roads (70%/30% and an average of 5,000 km per year.

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Category 3 – Welding Platforms: f. Welding Platform. Anthropometric Requirements. The LVM Light Expeditionary Vehicle will be capable of accommodating fully equipped Canadian Army personnel ranging in size from a 5% Canadian male and female to a 95% male and female. Communication. The LVM Light Expeditionary Vehicle will integrate the Army Land Command Support Systems (LCSS). Power Generation. The LVM Light Expeditionary Vehicle will deliver sufficient and stable electrical power to all its electrical and electronic systems, mounted modules and its LCSS (approx. 50 amps additional). Requirement Removed. The LVM Light Expeditionary Vehicle will be able to operate on JP8 fuel. The LVM Light Expeditionary Vehicle Capability will have a life expectancy of at least 20 years; 30 years with life extension program.

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Deleted: The LVM Light Expeditionary Vehicle will have sufficient (at least 20%) Weight/Payload and Electrical power generation growth capacity to enable future reconfiguration and/or improvement of its LCSS, without extensive vehicle redesign or modification.

Appendix B5 to Annex B This Annex is meant to facilitate discussion and should not be construed as any commitment. It provides preliminary High Level Mandatory Requirements for Industry Consultation and is subject to change without notice.

LVM LIGHT DOMESTIC INITIAL HIGH LEVEL MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS (HLMR) Deliverables

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a. The LVM Light Domestic deliverables includes Vehicles with cab and integral flat deck.

Deleted: Light MilCOTS

The LVM Light Domestic Vehicle will be optimized for North America operations and will be fully capable of 24/7 operations for extended periods of time and employable in arctic, arid and temperate climates with a temperature range from 40ºC to +49ºC IAW the A1, A2, A3, B1, B2, B3, C0, C1, and C2 (limited to -40ºC) zones as described in AETCP-230. The LVM Light Domestic Vehicles, with a 2 person crew, will be used to: Transport: a. LVM Light Expeditionary rigid wall modules (truck bodies or modules); b. LVM Light Expeditionary Cargo and troop transport modules; and c. ISO size Containers (1x Bicon-). Tow: a. LVM Light Expeditionary cargo trailer; and b. LVM Light Expeditionary 1500-litre water trailers. Domestic / Militarized Commercial Off the Shelf (MilCOTS): a. The LVM Light Domestic Vehicle will have One common chassis with interchangeable bodies (meaning any LVM Modules can be mounted on it). b. The LVM Light Domestic Vehicle’s low-torsion subframe will be equipped with retractable ISO twist locks to secure 1x Bicon size container or Module and will also be equipped with tie-down attaching points. Tactical. Elements of UK Defence Standard 23-6, Improved Low Mobility. Expected usage to be restrained to hard pack roads with an average of 5,000 km per year. The minimum range is 500Km for the LVM Light Domestic with full payload, and towing a trailer with full payload on highway conditions. Strategic. Transportable utilizing the intermodal transport system, Air (at least one LVM Light Domestic Vehicle at curb weight, with any Module, be transportable by CC-130J Hercules aircraft and CC-177 Aircraft), Rail, Road and Sea. The LVM Light Domestic Vehicle will carry any fully kitted LVM Light Module/shelter purposely designed to be mounted on this type of vehicle or one NATO pallet in a Cargo module. A minimum payload between 2500 kg and 3500 kg is anticipated. The LVM Light Domestic Vehicle will have the ability to tow the LVM Light Expeditionary Trailer at Gross Trailer Weight (GTW) and 1500-litre water trailers. Anthropometric Requirements. The LVM Light Domestic Vehicle will be capable of accommodating fully equipped Canadian Army personnel ranging in size from a 5% Canadian male and female to a 95% male and female. Communication. The LVM Light Domestic Vehicle will integrate the Army Land Command Support Systems (LCSS). Power Generation. The LVM Light Domestic Vehicle will deliver sufficient and stable electrical power to all its electrical and electronic systems, mounted modules and its LCSS (approx. 50 amps additional).

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Deleted: , 1x Tricon size shelter and 2x Quadcon size units Deleted: Medium

Deleted: Expected usage to be restrained to hard pack roads with an average of 5,000 km per year.

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Appendix 6 to Annex B IN-SERVICE SUPPORT (ISS) CONCEPTS

LVM Expeditionary (Light and Heavy) Option 1: In-House In-Service-Support x Integrated Logistics Support (ILS): The initial procurement will include training deliverables, technical publications and the establishment of an initial provisioning of two (2) years of spares parts and possibly Special Tools and Test Equipment (STTE) for the 1st, 2nd, and some 3rd line maintenance tasks. Additionally DND will procure any specialized software required to maintain the fleet during its life. x

In-Service-Support (ISS): 1st, 2nd, and some 3rd line maintenance tasks will be performed by DND. A 5-year ISS contract will be awarded at the same time as the acquisition contract for the provision of parts by DND directly from the OEM (to supplement the initial provisioning of two years of spares parts) and for engineering services such as rebuilt and overhaul (components to major vehicle repair) and Technical Investigations and Engineering Support (TIES). This contract would have renewable options based on performance measures.

Option 2: In-Service-Support with Contracted Out Logistical Support x

Integrated Logistics Support (ILS): The initial procurement will include training deliverables, technical publications and the establishment of an initial provisioning of two years of spares parts (1st and 2nd line maintenance tasks).

x

In-Service-Support (ISS): 1st and 2nd line maintenance tasks will be performed by DND. A 5-year ISS contract will be awarded at the same time as the acquisition contract. No parts will be procured by DND; all parts will be owned by the OEM and be provided directly to the users at hand-over locations. This ISS Contract will also provide long-term support to DND for engineering services (obsolescence management, configuration management and technology insertion), Technical Investigations and Engineering Support (TIES) 3rd and 4th line repair, overall maintenance (from components to major vehicle repair) and upkeep of training package and publications. Additionally, the OEM will provide and sustain the STTE and specialized software used by DND during the life of the ISS Contract. This contract would have renewable options based on performance measures.

LVM Domestic (Light): In-Service Support via an authorized Dealerships Network x

Integrated Logistics Support (ILS): The initial procurement will include operator and minor maintenance training deliverables. DND will procure the right to consult technical documentation for preventive and corrective maintenance as required. No parts for this fleet will be catalogued for the Canadian Forces Supply System (CFSS).

x

In-Service-Support (ISS): Preventive maintenance tasks will be conducted by DND. All corrective maintenance activities will be provided via a network of local OEM supported dealerships. DND will reserve the right to conduct corrective maintenance tasks whenever it is cost effective to do so. Parts used for the maintenance of the fleet will be procured via a

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Appendix 6 to Annex B network of local dealerships. In the case where DND already has the same parts in the CFSS, they may be used by DND technicians to complete repairs; if it might result in cost savings for DND. Additionally, a 5-year renewable Technical Investigations and Engineering Support (TIES) contract with the OEM will provide long-term and complete engineering support to DND during the life of the equipment.

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Annex B to the LOI

LOGISTICS VEHICLE MODERNIZATION (LVM) PROJECT W847L-150067/A OPERATIONAL REQUIREMENTS 1. PROJECT OVERVIEW 1.1. Capability Deficiency. The current Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) fleet of light and heavy logistics capabilities is in need of replacement due to their age and limited ability to meet current Department of National Defence operational requirements. The Logistics Vehicle Modernization (LVM) project is replacing two major fleets: the Heavy Logistic Vehicle Wheeled (HLVW) and the Logistic Support Vehicle Wheeled (LSVW); and two minor fleets: the Heavy Engineer Support Vehicles (HESV) Gen 1 and Gen 2. 1.2. New Capability. The LVM project will modernize and improve the light and heavy logistics vehicle capability, including their related ancillaries. Improvements are expected to payload, functionality, and mobility for all fleets and protection for the heavy fleet. These vehicles will be used to carry light and heavy cargo, modules (truck bodies) of various configurations and roles to ensure the CAF has the necessary equipment for training and operations at home and abroad. While developed and sponsored by the Army, the LVM project will deliver (see Table 1) a capability requirement to the CAF as a whole. 1.3. Definitions and acronyms can be found at Appendix 1 to this Annex. Table 1 – LVM Project Deliverables Light Expeditionary Light Vehicles: x Standard Military Pattern Light Ancillary: x Cargo Trailers x Water Trailers x Rigid wall Modules x Cargo and troop transport Modules x MRT Modules x Welding Platforms x Ambulances Modules Light Domestic Light Vehicles: x Military Commercial-Off-The-Shelf

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Heavy Expeditionary Heavy Vehicles: x Cargo x Cargo with Crane x MRT with Crane x Palletized Loading System (PLS/CHU) x Tractor Heavy Ancillary x Trailers x Fuel Containers x Water Containers x Fuel Trailers x Flat Racks x Armoured Protection Kits x Armoured Troop Carrying Module

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Annex B to the LOI 2.

REQUIREMENT

2.1. Project Deliverables. The project deliverables could include the following: 2.1.1.

Light Logistics Capability. 2.1.1.1. Expeditionary Vehicles (also known as Standard Military Pattern - SMP); 2.1.1.2. Domestic Vehicles (also known as. Militarized Commercial Off The Shelf MilCOTS); 2.1.1.3. Modules and Platform; 2.1.1.4. Light Trailers; and 2.1.1.5. 1,500-litre Water Trailers.

2.1.2.

Heavy Logistics Capability. 2.1.2.1. Expeditionary Vehicles (also known as Standard Military Pattern - SMP); 2.1.2.2. 16,500 kg Load Handling System (LHS) Trailers; 2.1.2.3. 45,000 kg Heavy equipment trailer; 2.1.2.4. 10,000-litre Bulk Fuel ISO-compatible Containers; 2.1.2.5. 10,000-litre Bulk Water ISO-compatible Containers; 2.1.2.6. Flat Racks; 2.1.2.7. Armoured Protection Kits (APK); 2.1.2.8. Armoured Troop Carrying Modules; and 2.1.2.9. 2,700-litre Fuel Trailers.

2.1.3. Integrated Logistics Support (ILS). With the initial acquisition of the LVM capabilities, Canada intends to procure an Integrated Logistics Support package including training, technical publications, initial provisioning of two (2) years of spares parts, and possibly Special Tools and Test Equipment (STTE). The ILS requirements will be based on the In-Service-Support (ISS) concept selected for each fleet as proposed in Appendix 6 to this Annex. 2.1.4. Long Term In-Service Support (ISS). In addition to the selected deliverables, the LVM project will be seeking a long term In-Service Support (ISS) agreement to maintain the deliverables throughout their anticipated useful life cycle. The ISS requirements will be based on the ISS concept selected as proposed in Appendix 6 to this Annex. 2.2. Differences from the LOI published 5 July 2011. The following have been added or removed: 2.2.1.

2.2.2.

Added. 2.2.1.1. 1,500-litre Water Trailers (Light Capability); 2.2.1.2. 2,700-litre Fuel Trailers (Heavy Capability); 2.2.1.3. Armoured Troop Carrying Modules (Heavy Capability); Removed. 2.2.2.1. Light Vehicle Armoured Protection Kits (APK); 2.2.2.2. Remote Weapon Station (RWS) and its related requirements; 2.2.2.3. Heavy tractors to transport Main Battle Tanks (MBT); and 2.2.2.4. The following ISO containers: Bicons, Tricons, and Quadcons.

2.3. The initial estimated quantity of project deliverables are listed in Appendix 2 and the initial High Level Mandatory Requirements are respectively found in Appendices 3, 4, and 5 of this Annex.

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Annex B to the LOI 3. TENTATIVE SCHEDULE. The following table provides the LVM project key milestones. This tentative schedule is based on information currently available and is subject to change. Key Milestone Industry Consultation Request for Proposal Contract Award First Delivery Final Delivery

Year Fall 2014 2019 2020 2022 2025

4. REFERENCE DOCUMENTS. The following documents provide background and context to facilitate the consultative process. 4.1. 4.2. 4.3. 4.4.

ISO 668 - Series 1 freight containers - Classification, dimensions and ratings; STANAG 2828 – Military Pallets, Package and Containers; STANAG 4569 – Protection levels; and United Kingdom Defense Standard 23-6 (UK Def Stan 23-6).

5. LIST OF APPENDICES. 5.1. 5.2. 5.3. 5.4. 5.5. 5.6.

Appendix B1: Glossary of Definitions and Acronyms; Appendix B2: Estimated Quantities of Project Deliverables; Appendix B3: LVM Heavy Expeditionary Initial High Level Mandatory Requirements; Appendix B4: LVM Light Expeditionary Initial High Level Mandatory Requirements; Appendix B5: LVM Light Domestic Initial High Level Mandatory Requirements; and Appendix B6: LVM In-Service Support (ISS) Concepts.

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Appendix B1 to Annex B GLOSSARY OF DEFINITIONS AND ACRONYMS Definitions a.

20' container. A standard intermodal shipping container designated 1C in International Standard 668, published by the International Standards Organization.

b.

Bicon. A small multimodal container that can be shipped via air, sea or ground transport that, when coupled with corner fittings to one other Bicon becomes a twenty-foot-equivalent unit (TEU). A Bicon is approximately half of the size of a 20' container. Its dimensions are approximately 10' long by 8' wide and 8' high.

c.

Flatrack. An intermodal 20' long by 8' wide pallet that is equipped with a loop that facilitates its loading and offloading via hook-lift load-handling systems.

d.

LVM Light and Heavy Capabilities. This includes the truck, the trailer, and all ancillary equipment.

e.

Payload. The vehicle payload rating shall not include the weight of the standard kit and equipment carried by the vehicle, ancillary equipment, the Armoured Protection System, the trailer tongue weight or any of the components of the vehicle cargo system or load handling system.

f.

Standard kit and equipment carried by the vehicle. Consists of two personnel, including their items worn (helmet, fragmentation vest, tactical vest, ruck sack, personal weapon and night vision goggles), a shovel, pick, axle, wheel changing kit, wood block, safety triangles, tire chains, vehicle camouflage kit, tow sling, shackle, rations, fire extinguisher, first aid kit, Nuclear Biological Chemical (NBC) decontamination kit, stove, lantern, water jerry can, and fuel jerry can. It also includes any other specific items not listed above, but necessary for the vehicle operation.

g.

Twenty-Foot-Equivalent Unit. A group of smaller multimodal containers linked together through corner fittings with a total length of 20', width of 8' and functioning as a 20' intermodal container for the purposes of transportation.

h.

Vehicle Mounted Modules or Platforms. Any module or platform that can be integrated onto the vehicle frame in order to perform specific functions.

i.

Vehicle or Truck. Both of these terms will be used with the same signification in the documents included with the main Letter of Interest (LOI) document. They will refer to a motorized wheeled means of transport that unless specified otherwise, will include a cab and a body.

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Appendix B1 to Annex B

Acronyms AECTPAllied Environmental Conditions and Test Publications APK

Armoured Protection Kit

CA

Canadian Army

CAF

Canadian Armed Forces

CCA

Commander Canadian Army

CHU

Container Handling Unit

LAV

Command Post

CSS

Combat Service Support

DND

Department of National Defence

ELE

Estimated Life Expectancy

ERC

Enhanced Recovery Capability

Gen

Generation

LCSS

Land Command Support System

LHS

Load Handling System

LVM

Logistics Vehicle Modernization

LSVW

Light Support Vehicle Wheeled

MBT

Main Battle Tank

MilCOTS Militarized Commercial Off-The-Shelf

COTS Commercial Off-The-Shelf CP

Light Armoured Vehicle

GTW Gross Trailer Weight HESV Heavy Engineer Support Vehicle HLMR High Level Mandatory Requirement HLVW Heavy Logistics Vehicle Wheeled

MLVW

Medium Logistic Vehicle Wheeled

MOTS

Military Off-the-Shelf

MRT

Mobile Repair Team

MSVS

Medium Support Vehicle System

NATO

North Atlantic Treaty Organization

OEM

Original Equipment Manufacturer

POL

Petroleum Oil and Lubricant

PLS

Palletized Loading System

RFP

Request for Proposal

SMP

Standard Military Pattern

SOR

Statement of Operational Requirements

IED

Improvised Explosive Devices

ILS

Integrated Logistics Support

ISO

International Standardization Organization

TIES Support

ISS

In-Service Support

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Appendix B2 to Annex B ESTIMATED QUANTITIES OF PROJECT DELIVERABLES QtyA

Option 1B

Option 2C

Light Expeditionary vehicle (SMP) Light Domestic vehicle (MilCOTS) Total number of Light vehicles (all variants) Modules and Shelters (see table below) Light Trailers 1,500-litre Water Trailers

1,000 400 1,400 1,200 100 100

+300 +100 +400 +240 +50 +50

+500 +200 +700 +450 +100 +100

Modules and Platforms

QtyA

Option 1B

Option 2C

290 80 255 410 55 110 1200

+60 +10 +45 +90 +15 +20 +240

+135 +20 +95 +140 +20 +40 +450

LVM Heavy Expeditionary Vehicle

QtyA

Option 1B

Option 2C

Cargo Cargo with Crane MRT with Crane LHS/CHU Tractors (Trucks) for a 45,000 kg payload trailer Total number of Heavy Trucks (all variants) 10,000-litre Bulk Fuel Containers 10,000-litre Bulk Water Containers Flat Racks Armoured Protection Kits Armoured Troop Carrying Modules 2,700-litre Fuel Trailers Trailer 45,000 kg payload Trailer 16,500 kg payload

50 10 50 200 30 340 100 10 200 90 2 30 30 50

+15 +4 +16 +50 +10 +95 +20 +5 +50 +15 +2 +20 +10 +25

+25 +8 +32 +100 +15 +180 +40 +10 +100 +30 +4 +40 +15 +50

LVM Light

(More Modules/ Shelters will be acquired than LVM Light Trucks)

Cargo Cargo with Security Screen MRT CP/Office Welding Platform Ambulance Total number of Modules

Economic Order QtyD

Economic Order QtyD

Economic Order QtyD

Note A. Qty: The initial quantity. Note B. Option 1: A quantity above the initial quantity. Note C. Option 2: A quantity above the initial quantity. Note D. Economic Order Quantity: A quantity for which the unit price would be the lowest thus, the most advantageous unit cost for Canada to consider.

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Appendix B3 to Annex B This Appendix is meant to facilitate discussion and should not be construed as any commitment. It provides preliminary High Level Mandatory Requirements for Industry Consultation and is subject to change without notice.

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Heavy Expeditionary Vehicles in the following variants: a. Cargo; b. Cargo with Crane; c. MRT with Crane; d. Palletized Loading System (PLS)/ Container Handling Unit (CHU); and e. Tractor (truck) trailer (Separate Chassis). Trailers in the following variants: a. LHS; b. Heavy Equipment Cargo; and c. Fuel Trailer Bulk fuel and bulk water ISO compatible containers: a. 10,000-litre fuel containers; and b. 10,000-litre water containers. Flat racks (PLS flat racks) Armoured Protection Kits (APK) Armoured Troop Carrying Module (14 personnel) The LVM Heavy Expeditionary Vehicle will be optimized for expeditionary/overseas deployments and will be fully capable of 24/7 operations for extended periods of time and employable in arctic, arid and temperate climates with a temperature range from -40ºC to +49ºC IAW the A1, A2, A3, B1, B2, B3, C0, C1, and C2 (limited to -40ºC) zones as described in AETCP-230. The Vehicle shall conform to applicable country of origin laws, regulations and industry standards governing manufacture, safety, and noise levels, unless specified otherwise. The LVM Heavy Expeditionary Vehicle, with a 2 person crew, will be used to: a. Transport 20-ft ISO containers (with integrated load and unload capability); b. Transport cargo pallets (with integrated load and unload capability); c. Transport bulk fuel and bulk water containers (with integrated load and unload capability); d. Transport PLS operated combat engineering dump box (with integrated load and unload capability); e. Transport flat racks (with integrated load and unload capability); f. Execute major repair fonctions using its MRT Crane and onboard tools; g. Load and unload cargo with its Crane; and h. Tow heavy trailers and fuel trailers. All LVM Expeditionary (Standard Military Pattern - SMP) Heavy Vehicle variants, with the exception of the tractor-trailer variant, will have one common chassis. The common chassis means that all variants would have the same standard cab, cab seating, engine, transmission, transfer case, axles, wheels rims and tire, and suspension components. The LVM Heavy Expeditionary Vehicle will be capable of accepting an Armoured Protection System (APS) to provide a high level of all-around protection to its occupants against the impact of blast, penetration, and other lethal effects of threat weapons such as mines, improvised explosive devices (IED), ballistic projectiles and artillery fragments.

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Mobility

Armour Protection. The protection system will protect the occupants against the following threats: a. STANAG 4569 Level 3 ballistic (KE and artillery fragments) threats; b. STANAG 4569 Level 3A/3B against blast mines; and c. Improvised explosive devices (IED) typified by artisanal mines, artillery shells and suicide bombs. Tactical. Elements of UK Defence Standard 23-6, Improved Medium Mobility. Expect usage On/Off roads (70%/30%), and an average of 5,000 km per year. The minimum range is 500Km for the LVM Heavy Expeditionary with armoured cab with full payload, and towing a trailer with full payload on highway conditions.

Strategic. Transportable utilizing the intermodal transport system, Air (be transportable by CC-177 aircrafts), Rail, Road and Sea. Configurations The LVM Heavy Vehicle will have the following configurations and carrying and Carrying capacity: Capacity a. Minimum payload capacity 16,500 kg; 45,000 kg for heavy tractors; b. Palletized Loading System (PLS) and Container Handling Unit (CHU): 20 foot ISO containers; c. Cargo with Crane: NATO pallets; d. Heavy Mobile Repair Team (HMRT) with crane: ability to lift the main battle tank and the LAV power pack; and e. Tractor Trailer: Heavy Equipment. Note: The standard kit (pers, weapons, vehicle tools, etc) is approximately 750kg. This is separate from the required payload listed above. Lifting Material Handling Crane. Located behind the cab with 360 degrees rotation. Expected lift capacity of 4,000 kg at a height of 3.6 metres in order to be capable to load a pallet from the ground to any position on the cargo deck. Also expected, a lift capacity of 2,500kg at maximum reach of 6.1 meters. LVM Heavy MRT Crane. Located at the back with 360 degrees rotation. Expected with sufficient lift capacity to remove a Leopard 2A6 tank power pack with breakaway force of 8,000 kg at a 3.2-meter reach and at minimum lift height of 2.5 meters. Towing The LVM Heavy Expeditionary Vehicles will have the ability to tow trailers Capacity equivalent to the vehicle payload. Ancillaries Trailers. a. The LVM Heavy Trailers will have the ability to carry 20-foot ISO containers and will be compatible with the LHS vehicle system. b. Fuel trailer with an integrated pumping unit will have the following characteristics: i. Capacity to carry a 2,700-litre fuel tank; ii. Two options are being considered: (a) Trailer with integrated fuel tank; and (b) Cargo trailer as described above with fuel tank inside an ISO Bicon structure. Flat Racks. The LVM Heavy Flat Racks will have at least 16,500 kg payload capacity and will be PLS compatible. 10,000-litre Bulk Fuel & Bulk Water ISO-compatible Containers. The Bulk liquid containers will be placed inside a 20-foot ISO container structure with an integrated pumping unit operable independently when dismounted from the vehicle

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Human System Integration (HSI) Comms & Electrical

Growth Fuel Compatibility Life Expectancy

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or trailer. Armoured Troop Carrying Module. The Armoured Troop Carrying Module will be: a. PLS/CHU compatible 20-foot ISO container; b. Equipped with integrated heat, ventilation & air conditioning, lights and operable independently from the vehicle; c. Protected to at least STANAG 4569 Level 3A/3B; d. Providing suitable seating for at least fourteen personnel and their personal load carriage equipment; and e. Equipped with four plasma screens and external vision systems. Anthropometric Requirements. The LVM Heavy Expeditionary Vehicle will be capable of accommodating fully equipped Canadian Army personnel ranging in size from a 5% Canadian male and female to a 95% male and female. Communication. The LVM Heavy Vehicle will integrate the Army Land Command Support Systems (LCSS). Power Generation. LVM Heavy Vehicle will deliver sufficient and stable electrical power to all its electrical and electronic systems and its LCSS (approx. 100 amps additional). Requirement Removed. The LVM Heavy Expeditionary Vehicle will be able to operate on JP8. The LVM Heavy Expeditionary Vehicle capability will have a life expectancy of at least 20 years; 30 years with life extension program.

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LVM LIGHT EXPEDITIONARY CAPABILITY INITIAL HIGH LEVEL MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS (HLMR) Deliverables

Light Expeditionary Vehicles in the following variant: a. Vehicles with cab and integral flat deck Light Expeditionary Modules and Platforms in the following variants: a. Light shelters (Rigid wall modules for configurations such as CP, ambulance and MRT; b. Cargo and troop transport Modules; and c. Welding Platforms;

Operating Environment

Key Tasks

Vehicle Chassis Variants

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Light Expeditionary Trailers in the following variants: a. Light Cargo; and b. Water Trailers. The LVM Light Expeditionary capabilities will be optimized for expeditionary/overseas deployments and will be fully capable of 24/7 operations for extended periods of time and employable in arctic, arid and temperate climates with a temperature range from -40ºC to +49ºC IAW the A1, A2, A3, B1, B2, B3, C0, C1, and C2 (limited to -40ºC) zones as described in AETCP-230. The Vehicle shall conform to applicable country of origin laws, regulations and industry standards governing manufacture, safety, and noise levels, unless specified otherwise. The LVM Light Expeditionary Vehicles, with a 2 person crew, will be used to: Transport: a. Light rigid wall modules with Lighting, Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning; b. Light Cargo and troop transport modules; c. Welding platform; and d. ISO Containers (1x Bicon); Tow: a. LVM light cargo trailer; and b. 1,500-litre water trailer Expeditionary / Standard Military Pattern (SMP): a. The LVM Light Expeditionary Vehicle will have one common chassis with interchangeable bodies (meaning any LVM Modules can be mounted onto it). This combination of vehicle chassis and Modules or Platform is also known as Special Equipment Vehicle (SEV). The common chassis means that all variants would have the same standard cab, cab seating, engine, transmission, transfer case, axles, wheels rims and tire, and suspension components. b. The LVM Light Expeditionary Vehicle’s torsion-free subframe will be equipped with retractable ISO twist locks to secure 1x Bicon size container/module, Tactical. Elements of UK Defence Standard 23-6, Improved Medium Mobility. Expect usage On/Off roads (70%/30%), and an average of 5,000 km per year. The minimum range is 500Km for the LVM Light Expeditionary with full payload, and towing a trailer with full payload on highway conditions.

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Carrying Capacity

Towing Capacity Ancillaries

Strategic. Transportable utilizing the intermodal transport system, Air (at least one LVM Light Expeditionary Vehicle at curb weight, with any fully kitted Module (dismounted) be transportable by CC-130J Hercules aircraft and CC-177 Aircraft), Rail, Road and Sea. No permanent external modifications that prevent intermodal transport are permitted. The LVM Light Expeditionary Vehicle will carry any fully kitted Light Module or platform purposely designed to be mounted on this type of vehicle or one NATO pallet in a Cargo module. A minimum payload between 2,500 kg and 3,500 kg is anticipated. Note: The standard kit (pers, weapons, vehicle tools, etc) is approximately 750kg. This is separate from the required payload listed above. The LVM Light Expeditionary Vehicle will have the ability to tow the LVM Light Expeditionary Trailer at Gross Trailer Weight (GTW) and the 1,500-litre water trailers. Trailers. The LVM Light Expeditionary Trailers will have the following characteristics: a. Cargo Trailer (Light): i. Have a payload equivalent as the LVM Light Expeditionary vehicle; ii. Ability to carry: one Cargo Module loaded with one NATO pallet; one fully kitted vehicle module ; iii. Equipped with ISO twist lock fittings for ISO containers: (1x Bicon); and iv. Designed with a deck, foldable cargo sides and easily removable superstructure and tarp. b. Water Trailer (Light): i. Carry a 1,500-litre gravity fed water tank ; and ii. Two options are being considered: (a) Trailer with integrated water tank; and (b) Cargo trailer as described above with dismountable water tank inside an ISO Bicon structure that can be operated independently when dismounted from the trailer; Modules and Platforms: Dimensions and Specifications. Nominal 8 feet wide X 10 feet long (ISO Bicon floor size), 6 feet 4 inches high. Also, the LVM Light Modules will be equipped with 4 ISO bottom corners fittings, and tie-down attaching points. All modules shall be capable of accepting external power. SEVs Variants. Light Module and platform variants are divided into three categories: Category 1 – General Transport Modules: a. Cargo Modules; and b. Cargo Modules with security screen and tarp. Category 2 – Rigid Wall Modules and platforms: c. Admin Office/Command Post (CP); d. Mobile Repair Team (MRT) Workshop Module; e. Ambulance Module; i. Able to host up to at least four stretcher at once with one medical technician; ii. Fitted with a system to aid the users to load the stretcher born casualties; iii. Communication between the ambulance module and the vehicle cab is required while the vehicle is moving.

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Human System Integration (HSI) Comms & Electrical

Growth Fuel Compatibility Life Expectancy

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Category 3 – Welding Platforms: f. Welding Platform. Anthropometric Requirements. The LVM Light Expeditionary Vehicle will be capable of accommodating fully equipped Canadian Army personnel ranging in size from a 5% Canadian male and female to a 95% male and female. Communication. The LVM Light Expeditionary Vehicle will integrate the Army Land Command Support Systems (LCSS). Power Generation. The LVM Light Expeditionary Vehicle will deliver sufficient and stable electrical power to all its electrical and electronic systems, mounted modules and its LCSS (approx. 50 amps additional). Requirement Removed. The LVM Light Expeditionary Vehicle will be able to operate on JP8 fuel. The LVM Light Expeditionary Vehicle Capability will have a life expectancy of at least 20 years; 30 years with life extension program.

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LVM LIGHT DOMESTIC INITIAL HIGH LEVEL MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS (HLMR) Deliverables

Operating Environment

Key Tasks

Vehicle Chassis Variants

Mobility

Carrying Capacity

Towing Capacity Human System Integration (HSI) Comms & Electrical

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a. The LVM Light Domestic deliverables includes Vehicles with cab and integral flat deck. The LVM Light Domestic Vehicle will be optimized for North America operations and will be fully capable of 24/7 operations for extended periods of time and employable in arctic, arid and temperate climates with a temperature range from 40ºC to +49ºC IAW the A1, A2, A3, B1, B2, B3, C0, C1, and C2 (limited to -40ºC) zones as described in AETCP-230. The LVM Light Domestic Vehicles, with a 2 person crew, will be used to: Transport: a. LVM Light Expeditionary rigid wall modules (truck bodies or modules); b. LVM Light Expeditionary Cargo and troop transport modules; and c. ISO size Containers (1x Bicon-). Tow: a. LVM Light Expeditionary cargo trailer; and b. LVM Light Expeditionary 1500-litre water trailers. Domestic / Militarized Commercial Off the Shelf (MilCOTS): a. The LVM Light Domestic Vehicle will have One common chassis with interchangeable bodies (meaning any LVM Modules can be mounted on it). b. The LVM Light Domestic Vehicle’s low-torsion subframe will be equipped with retractable ISO twist locks to secure 1x Bicon size container or Module and will also be equipped with tie-down attaching points. Tactical. Elements of UK Defence Standard 23-6, Improved Low Mobility. Expected usage to be restrained to hard pack roads with an average of 5,000 km per year. The minimum range is 500Km for the LVM Light Domestic with full payload, and towing a trailer with full payload on highway conditions. Strategic. Transportable utilizing the intermodal transport system, Air (at least one LVM Light Domestic Vehicle at curb weight, with any Module, be transportable by CC-130J Hercules aircraft and CC-177 Aircraft), Rail, Road and Sea. The LVM Light Domestic Vehicle will carry any fully kitted LVM Light Module/shelter purposely designed to be mounted on this type of vehicle or one NATO pallet in a Cargo module. A minimum payload between 2500 kg and 3500 kg is anticipated. The LVM Light Domestic Vehicle will have the ability to tow the LVM Light Expeditionary Trailer at Gross Trailer Weight (GTW) and 1500-litre water trailers. Anthropometric Requirements. The LVM Light Domestic Vehicle will be capable of accommodating fully equipped Canadian Army personnel ranging in size from a 5% Canadian male and female to a 95% male and female. Communication. The LVM Light Domestic Vehicle will integrate the Army Land Command Support Systems (LCSS). Power Generation. The LVM Light Domestic Vehicle will deliver sufficient and stable electrical power to all its electrical and electronic systems, mounted modules and its LCSS (approx. 50 amps additional).

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Life Expectancy

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The LVM Light Domestic Vehicle will have a life expectancy of at least 10 years.

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Appendix 6 to Annex B IN-SERVICE SUPPORT (ISS) CONCEPTS

LVM Expeditionary (Light and Heavy) Option 1: In-House In-Service-Support x Integrated Logistics Support (ILS): The initial procurement will include training deliverables, technical publications and the establishment of an initial provisioning of two (2) years of spares parts and possibly Special Tools and Test Equipment (STTE) for the 1st, 2nd, and some 3rd line maintenance tasks. Additionally DND will procure any specialized software required to maintain the fleet during its life. x

In-Service-Support (ISS): 1st, 2nd, and some 3rd line maintenance tasks will be performed by DND. A 5-year ISS contract will be awarded at the same time as the acquisition contract for the provision of parts by DND directly from the OEM (to supplement the initial provisioning of two years of spares parts) and for engineering services such as rebuilt and overhaul (components to major vehicle repair) and Technical Investigations and Engineering Support (TIES). This contract would have renewable options based on performance measures.

Option 2: In-Service-Support with Contracted Out Logistical Support x

Integrated Logistics Support (ILS): The initial procurement will include training deliverables, technical publications and the establishment of an initial provisioning of two years of spares parts (1st and 2nd line maintenance tasks).

x

In-Service-Support (ISS): 1st and 2nd line maintenance tasks will be performed by DND. A 5-year ISS contract will be awarded at the same time as the acquisition contract. No parts will be procured by DND; all parts will be owned by the OEM and be provided directly to the users at hand-over locations. This ISS Contract will also provide long-term support to DND for engineering services (obsolescence management, configuration management and technology insertion), Technical Investigations and Engineering Support (TIES) 3rd and 4th line repair, overall maintenance (from components to major vehicle repair) and upkeep of training package and publications. Additionally, the OEM will provide and sustain the STTE and specialized software used by DND during the life of the ISS Contract. This contract would have renewable options based on performance measures.

LVM Domestic (Light): In-Service Support via an authorized Dealerships Network x

Integrated Logistics Support (ILS): The initial procurement will include operator and minor maintenance training deliverables. DND will procure the right to consult technical documentation for preventive and corrective maintenance as required. No parts for this fleet will be catalogued for the Canadian Forces Supply System (CFSS).

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In-Service-Support (ISS): Preventive maintenance tasks will be conducted by DND. All corrective maintenance activities will be provided via a network of local OEM supported dealerships. DND will reserve the right to conduct corrective maintenance tasks whenever it is cost effective to do so. Parts used for the maintenance of the fleet will be procured via a

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Appendix 6 to Annex B network of local dealerships. In the case where DND already has the same parts in the CFSS, they may be used by DND technicians to complete repairs; if it might result in cost savings for DND. Additionally, a 5-year renewable Technical Investigations and Engineering Support (TIES) contract with the OEM will provide long-term and complete engineering support to DND during the life of the equipment.

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LVM LOI, Part II Response #3, Annex A

The crane shall have sufficient lift capacity to remove a Leopard 2A6 power pack with a breakaway force of 8,000 kg. The geometry of the lift is: i. Centre of lift 3.2 m minimum from back of crane; ii. Connection to power pack sling at 2.5 m above ground; iii. Minimum lift height for engine clearance of 2.5 m remaining at 3.2 m from the back of crane; iv. Rotation of at least 360 degrees; Leopard 2 A6 power pack that is 2985 mm long by 2272 mm wide by 1160 mm high and weight of 6120 kg A true lift capacity is required

2.5 m (iii)

2.5 m (ii)

3.2 m (i)

Leopard Powerpack

crane

https://buyandsell.gc.ca/procurement-data/tender-notice/PW-BW-008-24623

16 September 2014

Industry Brief

Logistics Vehicle Modernization (LVM)

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Supply Team Leader Public Works and Government Services Canada

Lucie Laliberté

WELCOME!

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Questions Protocol This presentation will be available on Buyandsell.gc.ca

Exits Restrooms Refreshments

Building orientation

Administrative points

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LCol Scott Baker – Director Land Requirements 6, DND Maj Robert Mason – Project Director, DND Mr. Daniel Hébert – Project Manager, DND Mr. Yves Lortie – Acting Director, PWGSC Mr. Steve Jagura – System Engineering Manager, DND Maj Martin Brosseau – Integrated Logistics Support, DND Mr. Brad Coombs – Procurement and Finance Manager, DND Bryan Dalphy – Investment Advisor, Industry Canada Lucie Laliberté – Supply Team Leader, PWGSC

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Government of Canada Representatives

Industrial and Technological Benefits Policy and Value Propositions Question period Closing Remarks

Opening Remarks Rules of Engagement Process Consultative Process Operational Requirements Overview Procurement Strategy

AGENDA

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Mr. Daniel Hébert – Project Manager, DND

Mr. Yves Lortie – Acting Director, PWGSC

OPENING REMARKS

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RULES OF ENGAGEMENT

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Encourage open dialogue; Be fair and equal to all parties; Canada will not discuss proprietary information with other Industry Participants; and Participants must sign and agree to the Industry Engagement Terms and Conditions published on Buyandsell.gc.ca before participating in One-on-One meetings and Working Group Sessions.

Rules of Engagement

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CONSULTATIVE PROCESS

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The intent of this process is to work in consultation and collaboration with Industry in obtaining feedback on solutions, pricing, comments and recommendations on the proposed revised requirements and the procurement process for the Logistics Vehicle Modernization (LVM) Project. Responses to the Letter of Interest’s Annexes will play an important role in this consultative process by fostering open dialogue.

Industry Consultation Process

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Industry Feedback One-on-One Industry Meetings Working Group Meetings (if/when required)

The key elements will include:

Key Elements

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project’s initial High Level Mandatory Requirements; Integrated Logistic Support and the In-Service Concept of Support; Inform and engage Industry about Industrial and Technological Benefits (ITBs) and Value Propositions (VP);

For Canada to provide an LVM project update to Industry and communicate the change in the requirements since the July 2011 Letter of Interest; Obtain feedback on the following:

Consultation Session - Objectives

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Note: Feedback due by 17 October 2014

Obtain feedback on the following (Con’t): Discuss the procurement strategy (breakdown of requirements for Acquisition and ISS, potential efficiencies, single fleet or mixed fleets, etc); and, Obtain estimated pricing for the LVM project deliverables (annex F of the LOI).

Consultation Session - Objectives

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Following these meetings, Canada will analyze industry feedback. This might be discussed at future Working Group Meeting(s), if deemed required by Canada.

Canada will meet with participants individually to discuss the questions provided at Annex E to the LOI and to listen to their comments, recommendations and solutions.

One-on-One Industry Meetings

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The end goal of these sessions is to ensure a successful and open competitive procurement process.

The objective of the Working Group Meeting(s) is to address industry comments and recommendations with the LVM Project.

Working Group Meeting(s)

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Canadian Army, DLR-6

LCol Scott Baker

Operational Requirements Overview

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LSVW

HLVW

HESV

The Light Support Vehicle Wheeled (LSVW) The Heavy Logistics Vehicle Wheeled (HLVW) One Minor Fleet: ▪ The Heavy Engineer Support Vehicle (HESV Gen 1&2)

The LVM project will replace and modernize the logistics capability currently provided by two major truck fleets:

LVM Project Objectives

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Vehicles (Heavy, Light Expeditionary/SMP, possibly a light MilCOTS) Tractors Armoured Protection Kits (APKs) Trailers (Light and Heavy) Flat racks Specialized light vehicle mounted modules/truck bodies Special containers (Fuel, Water, People Pod) Truck-mounted bulk material/container handling systems (cranes, PLS/CHU)

Overall Project deliverables will include:

LVM Project Scope

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HESV

HLVW

LVM Heavy (Expeditionary)

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2 700 litre fuel trailers

LHS Trailers with a 16.5 tonne payload capacity 10 000 litre bulk fuel and bulk water containers Troop transport containers (People Pods) Flat racks

Load Handling System /Palletized Load System (LHS/PLS) Cargo Cargo with Crane Heavy Mobile Repair Team (MRT) with crane Tractor and trailer with a 45 tonne payload capacity APKs

LVM Heavy vehicles in the following variants:

LVM Heavy (Expeditionary)*

Project Deliverables:

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a. b. c. d. e.

Per STANAG 4569: Level 3 against ballistic threats and Level 3A/3B against blast mines

Tactical. UK DefStan 23-6, Improved Medium Mobility: ability to negotiate damaged roads and tracks, to leave them to seek cover, to reach hides and to negotiate ferry crossings with military engineering assistance Strategic. CC-177 Transportable

a. Material Handling Crane capable to load a pallet from the ground to any position on the cargo deck b. Heavy MRT Crane with sufficient lift capacity to remove and load a Leopard power pack

a. Ability to tow trailers equivalent to the truck payload

a. Trailers (Container handling compatible, ability to carry 20 foot sea containers); b. Flat racks (PLS compatible) c. Bulk fuel & Bulk water containers d. 2 700 litre fuel containers

Will be able to operate on JP8 fuel

At least 20 years; 30 years with life extension program.

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Configurations and carry capacity

Protection

Mobility

Lifting

Towing

Ancillaries

Fuel Compatibility

Life expectancy

Integrated Logistics Support

Minimum load capacity 16.5 tonnes; 45 tonnes for heavy tractors Palletized Loading System (PLS): 20 foot ISO containers Cargo with Crane: NATO pallets Heavy Mobile Repair Team (HMRT) for Leopard tank and LAV Tractor Trailer: Heavy Equipment

Expeditionary / Standard Military Pattern (SMP); One common chassis

Truck Chassis

Summary of the High Level Mandatory Requirements - LVM Heavy

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Added. ▪ 2 700 litre Fuel Trailers (Heavy Capability); ▪ Armoured Troop Carrying Modules (Heavy Capability); Removed. ▪ Remote Weapon Station (RWS) and its related requirements; ▪ Heavy tractors to transport Main Battle Tanks (MBT);

Differences from the LOI published 5 July 2011. The following have been added or removed:

Changes to HEAVY HLMR

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Common chassis variant (except for the tractor trailer) Towing: LHS trailers with a 16.5 tonne payload Payload Capacity with a complete protection kit installed: Minimum of 16.5 tonnes (all variants except Tractor trailer) Minimum of 45 tonnes (tractor trailer variant only) Employment: Expeditionary/overseas deployments, 24/7 operations for extended periods, on/off roads (70%/30%), employable in arctic, arid and temperate climates (-40ºC to +49ºC) Protection: STANAG 4569 Level 3 ballistic (Kinetic and artillery fragments) threats; STANAG 4569 Level 3A/3B against blast mines Improvised explosive devices typified by artisanal mines, artillery shells and suicide bombs Fuel: JP8 compatible Life expectancy: 20 plus yrs; 30 years with life extension

LVM Heavy Vehicle – General Characteristics

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LSVW

LVM Light Expeditionary

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Light trailers: Cargo 1 500 litre water trailer

Light Modules: Rigid wall Modules Cargo and troop transport Modules MRT Modules Welding Modules Ambulances Modules

Vehicles: LVM chassis and cab (only one configuration)

Project Deliverables LVM Light Expeditionary*

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Ability to tow the LVM light trailers a. b.

Will be able to operate on JP8 fuel At least 20 years; 30 years with life extension program The initial procurement will include training deliverables, technical publications and the initial provisioning of 2 years of spares (1st and 2nd line parts)

Towing

Ancillaries

Fuel Compatibility

Life expectancy

Integrated Logistics Support

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One NATO pallet / one kitted Module at full load

Carrying Capacity

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Tactical. UK DefStan 23-6, Improved Medium Mobility: ability to negotiate damaged roads and tracks, to leave them to seek cover, to reach hides and to negotiate ferry crossings with military engineering assistance Strategic. C-177 and C-130J Hercules Transportable

Mobility

Modular truck bodies Trailers (ability to carry one NATO pallet / one truck body (Module))

Expeditionary One common chassis with interchangeable bodies (Modules)

Truck Chassis

Summary of the High Level Mandatory Requirements - LVM Light Expeditionary

Added. ▪ 1 500 litre Water Trailers (Light Capability); Removed. ▪ Light Vehicle Armoured Protection Kits (APK); ▪ Remote Weapon Station (RWS) and its related requirements; and ▪ The following ISO containers: Bicons, Tricons, and Quadcons

Differences from the LOI published 5 July 2011. The following have been added or removed:

Changes to LIGHT HLMR

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Transport: LVM Light Expeditionary modules and ISO Containers (1x Bicon or 1x Tricon or 2 x Quadcon) Tow: LVM light cargo trailer and the 1 500 litre water trailer Nominal Payload Capacity: 2.5 tonnes to 3.5 tonnes Employment: Expeditionary/overseas deployments, 24/7 operations for extended periods, on/off roads (70%/30%), employable in arctic, arid and temperate climates (-40ºC to +49ºC) Protection: No armoured protection kit requirements Fuel: JP8 compatible Life expectancy: 20 plus yrs

LVM Light Expeditionary – Vehicle Characteristics

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QUADCON

TRICON

BICON

flat bed with 8 ISO locks?

Frame only vs Flat bed: Impact on vehicle payload, price?

Frame with 8 ISO locks

One common chassis variant

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Exterior dimensions: 8’x10’ Module weight: Shall not exceed the LVM Light payload capacity when fully kitted Employment: Expeditionary/overseas deployments, 24/7 operations for extended periods, on/off roads (70%/30%), employable in arctic, arid and temperate climates (-40ºC to +49ºC) Transportation: C-130J Hercules Weather proof Interior Lighting: white and red Electricity: capable of accepting external power source Heating: powered by prime mover AC: powered externally Life expectancy: 20 plus yrs; 30 years with life extension

LVM Light Modules – General Characteristics

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Rigid wall modules: Insulation Interior Lighting: white and red Electricity: capable of accepting outside power source Heating: powered by prime mover AC: external power source Protection: No armoured protection requirements Communication: Communication possible with prime mover

LVM Light Modules Specific Characteristics

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Red and White Lighting

No top ISO corners requirement

No Protection

Communications with Prime Mover

Insulation

Rigid wall Modules – Nominal Example

AC/DC from Prime Mover or External Power

Air Conditioning

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Payload: LVM Light modules and ISO Containers (1x Bicon or 1x Tricon or 2 x Quadcon) Employment: Expeditionary/overseas deployments, 24/7 operations for extended periods, on/off roads (70%/30%), employable in arctic, arid and temperate climates (-40ºC to +49ºC) Life expectancy: 20 plus yrs

LVM Light Cargo Trailer Characteristics

LVM Light Domestic

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* More details are available in the LOI attachments

LVM Militarized Commercial Off-The-Shelf (Mil COTS) (chassis and cab) (more COTS than Mil)

Project Deliverables: LVM Light Domestic*

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Tactical. UK DefStan 23-6, Medium Mobility: ability to negotiate unpaved roads Strategic. C-177 and C-130J Hercules Transportable One NATO pallet / one fully loaded Light Expeditionary Module Ability to tow the LVM Light Expeditionary Trailers Nil. At least 10 years The initial procurement will include operator and minor maintenance training deliverables. DND will require technical documentation for preventive maintenance

Mobility

Carrying Capacity

Towing

Ancillaries

Life expectancy

Integrated Logistics Support

One of the goals today is to consult with industry to determine if it would be economical to have a fleet split between Light expeditionary and Light domestic platforms.

Domestic / Militarized Commercial Off the Shelf (MilCOTS) One common chassis capable of accepting any interchangeable LVM Light Expeditionary Module (interchangeable Modules / truck bodies)

Truck Chassis

Summary of the High Level Mandatory Requirements - LVM Light Domestic

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Transport: LVM Light Modules and ISO Containers (1x Bicon or 1x Tricon or 2 x Quadcon) Tow: LVM LE cargo trailer and the 1 500 litre water trailer Carrying Capacity: 2.5 to 3.5 tonnes Employment: North America 24/7 operations for extended periods, on roads (paved/unpaved/hard pack surface), employable in arctic, arid and temperate climates (-40ºC to +49ºC) Protection: No protection required Fuel: Commercial Diesel Life expectancy: 10 yrs

LVM Light Domestic Vehicle – General Characteristics

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Integrated Logistic Support DND

Maj Martin Brosseau

LVM In-Service Support Concept for the Heavy and the Light Expeditionary Capabilities

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Today’s goal is to generate discussion with industry

Status Quo (parts contract only with some engineering support) Performance based contracting with various elements delegated to industry

Various options are being considered:

LVM In-Service Support Options

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Based on the Aus DoD PBL model

LVM Expeditionary ISS

Sustainment Activities Models for discussion purpose only

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Based on the Aus DoD PBL model

LVM Expeditionary ISS

Performance Based Levels for discussion purpose only

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DND: Training Facilities and personnel, Upkeep of training package and publications, provision and sustainment of the Special Tools and Testing Equipment (STTE) and specialized software

Pubs and Training:

DND: Engineering management, Contract and performance management obsolescence management, configuration management and technology insertion, overall maintenance (from components to major vehicle repair OEM:Technical Investigations plus Engineering Support (TIES)

Engineering services

DND: Parts custody, ownership, delivery, management and scaling OEM: Parts Ownership, delivery, management and scaling

Supply:

DND: 1st, 2nd line, 3rd line OEM: specific 3rd line and 4th line (rebuilds)

Five years renewable Parts acquisition TIES 5 years ISS contract: Maintenance :

In-Service Support (ISS) Concept LVM Expeditionary (Light & Heavy) Option 1: In House

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DND: Training Facilities and personnel OEM: Upkeep of training package and publications, provision and sustainment of the Special Tools and Testing Equipment (STTE) and specialized software

Pubs and Training:

DND: Engineering management, Contract and performance management OEM: obsolescence management, configuration management and technology insertion, overall maintenance (from components to major vehicle repair) and Technical Investigations plus Engineering Support (TIES)

Engineering services

DND: Parts custody OEM: Parts Ownership, delivery, management and scaling

Supply:

DND: 1st & 2nd line OEM: 3rd and 4th line

Five years renewable and performance based ISS contract: Maintenance :

In-Service Support (ISS) Concept LVM Expeditionary (Light & Heavy) Option 2: Contracted Out Logistics

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LVM In-Service Support Concept for the Light Domestic Capability

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DND: Training Facilities and personnel OEM: Upkeep of training package and publications (operator & preventive maintenance only)

Pubs and Training:

DND: Contract management OEM: Engineering Management, Obsolescence management, configuration management and technology insertion, overall maintenance (from components to major vehicle repair) plus TIES.

Engineering services

DND: Preventive maintenance parts via OEM or via local procurement or CFSS (if economically sound) OEM: industry resupply

Supply:

DND: preventive maintenance only (if economically sound) OEM: all corrective repairs via nationwide network

Five years renewable contract (with TIES): Maintenance:

In-Service Support (ISS) Concept LVM Light Domestic

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Canadian Army, DLR 6

LCol Scott Baker

Project Scope Clarification

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One per PLS truck

May source separately May source separately Remarks

Remarks Depends on Domestic MilCOTS Depends onExpeditionary SMP

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Ref: LVM project Confirmation of Project Scope for Industry Engagement, Commander Canadian Army, 18 March 2014 Includes all Canadian armed Forces requirements. MilCOTS requirement could be zero, if proven not to be a more economical solution.

LVM Light Low Range High Range Expeditionary LVM Light SMP 1000 1500 Domestic LVM Light MilCOTS 400 600 Shelters/SEV 1200 1650 Light Trailers 100 200 2700 l fuel trailers 30 70 1500 l water trailers 100 200 LVM Heavy Low Range High Range Cargo 50 75 Cargo with Crane/MRT 60 100 LHS/PLS 200 300 Tractors 45 tonne 30 45 Heavy Protection Kit 90 120 Water 10,000 l 10 20 POL 10,000 l 100 140 People POD 2 6 Trailer 16.5 tonne LHS 50 100 Flat Racks 200 300

LVM Confirmation of Project Scope for Industry Engagement

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Year September 2014 2014 to 2017 or sooner

2016 or sooner 2019 or sooner 2019 or sooner 2020 or sooner 2023 or sooner 2025 or sooner

Event

Industry Consultation Session

Working Group Meetings (Discussion on DraftRFP, Evaluation Criterion) if/as required

TB Approval for Project Definition

RFP Release

Bid evaluation and Testing

Contract Award

Initial Operating Capability

Full Operating Capability

LVM Project Milestones

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PROCUREMENT STRATEGY

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4.

1. 2. 3.

Letter Of Interest (LOI) Early Industry Engagement Potential Contracting Methodology options: Scenario 1: One Acquisition Contract with one main contractor for all three capabilities (Heavy and Light Expeditionary + Light Domestic) including In-Service Support (ISS): Scenario 2: Two Acquisition Contracts : ▪ one for Light and Heavy Expeditionary capabilities including ISS, and, ▪ one for the Light Domestic capability including ISS Scenario 3: One contract per capability including ISS Scenario 4: Industry proposed contracting method Industrial and Technological Benefits and Value Propositions

Procurement Strategy

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DRAFT

Value Propositions

and

Industrial and Technological Benefits Policy

Defence Procurement Strategy:

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3. Streamline the defence procurement process

2.. Improve 2 Improve econom economic mic o outcomes utcomes ffrom rom defence defence procurement procurement

1. Deliver the right equipment to the Canadian Armed Forces and the Canadian Coast Guard in a timely manner

Announced February 5, 2014 by the Honourable Diane Finley, Minister of Public Works and Government Services Canada, the Defence Procurement Strategy has three principal objectives:

Defence Procurement Strategy

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Industrial and Technological Benefits (ITB)

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Price

Outstanding Obligations Bidder’s commitments to undertake activity in Canada after a contract is awarded.

Value Proposition Bidder’s commitments to undertake activity in Canada at bid time.

Economic Benefit to Canada

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Where bidders score closely in price and technical merit, considerations around economic benefits may become a key differentiator

Technical Merit

VP represents a bidder’s commitment to Canadian economic development

In addition to being evaluated on the basis of price and technical merit, bidders are evaluated based on the strength of their economic Value Proposition (VP) to Canada

How is this approach different?

Industrial and Regional Benefits

What is the new approach?

Improving Economic Outcomes

Bidder and supply chain partners commit to working in Canada Investments in university or college education/training initiatives Contracts with Canadian supply chain partners that open up export opportunities

IITB TB ttransactions ransactions = 100% 100% o off ccontract ontract vvalue alue

IITB TB obligation obligation

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After bid time: ƒ VP becomes contractual for the winning bidder ƒ After the contract is awarded, bidders must submit any additional ITB transactions that may be required to meet their ITB obligation

ƒ ITB transactions (measured in Canadian Content Value) make up the VP

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At bid time: ƒ Bidders submit ITB transaction sheets identifying the business activity they propose to undertake in Canada. ƒ Many types of ITB transactions can be proposed – for example:

How does it work for bidders?

Value Proposition

Value Propositions: • Will be awarded a score based on an assessment against criteria • Adjusted to reflect the size of the value proposition • Typically account for 10% of overall bid score

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This approach will seek to: • Increase the competitiveness of Canada’s defence sector • Encourage companies to establish or increase their footprint in Canada • Strengthen Canadian supply chains, including SMEs • Reward high value investments expected to generate long-term benefits beyond the life of the contract.

The Government will communicate an approach to evaluating Value Propositions.

How will VPs be evaluated?

Evaluation of Value Proposition

2. During future consultations, provide feedback on: ƒ The proposed approach for evaluating value propositions for each procurement ƒ The overall weighting of the Value Proposition in the total bid score ƒ Whether key industrial capabilities in Canada should be supported or created for operational or economic reasons

1. Develop partnerships early to undertake high value work in Canada, including with SMEs and in regions (requirement to submit regional plans still applies)

What does this mean for industry?

Industry Engagement

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We look forward to our discussions with you

Thank you

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Feedback due by 17 October 2014

When we require it:

Obtain estimated pricing for the LVM project deliverables (annex F of the LOI).

Obtain feedback on the following: - HLMRs; - ILS and ISS; - Industrial and Technological Benefits (ITBs) and Value Propositions (VP); - Procurement Strategy;

What we require:

CLOSING REMARKS

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QUESTIONS

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Merci beaucoup!

Thank you!

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ATTENDANCE SHEET PARTICIPANTS TO INDUSTRY CONSULTATION SESSION LOGISTICS VEHICLE MODERNIZATION (LVM) September 16, 2014 COMPANY

NAME

Active Gear Company of Canada Limited

Michael Lieberman

Armatec Survivability Corp

Rod Flick

Armatec Survivability Corp

Dom Burt

Armatec Survivability Corp

Kirsty Rapai

Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA)

Sam Fotia

C&I Projects Inc.

Tim Runge

Cargotec UK Ltd

Tim Cookson

Cargotec UK Ltd

Ismo Leppanen

Canada Economic Development for Quebec Region (CEDQ)

David Luchuk

CFN

George Rousseau

Critical Solutions International (CSI)

Paul Green

Daimler AG

Marcus Ernst

Daimler AG

Mark Dixon

Daimler AG

Andrea Guedemann

Daimler AG

Julia Wardenbach

Daimler Trucks North American

Elizabeth Hickey

Daimler Trucks North American

Terry Bruster

ATTENDANCE SHEET PARTICIPANTS TO INDUSTRY CONSULTATION SESSION LOGISTICS VEHICLE MODERNIZATION (LVM) September 16, 2014 COMPANY

NAME

DEW Engineering

Neil Hutton

DEW Engineering

Camil Giguère

DEW Engineering

Ian Marsh

DEW Engineering

Guy Carrier

ESTAMPRO Inc.

Etienne Rancourt

Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario

Harold Deck

Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario

Ken McConnell

General Dynamics Land Systems – Canada

Doug Wilson-Hodge

Hutchinson Industries Inc.

Imran Mahmood

Hutchinson Industries Inc.

John D Sims

Lockheed Martin

Morri Leland

Lockheed Martin

Clyve Bellinger Systems Engineer

Lockheed Martin

MaryLynne Lubinger

Mack Defense, LLC

Randy Blose

Mack Defense, LLC

Nguyen Trinh

ATTENDANCE SHEET PARTICIPANTS TO INDUSTRY CONSULTATION SESSION LOGISTICS VEHICLE MODERNIZATION (LVM) September 16, 2014 COMPANY

NAME

Mack Defense, LLC

Jerome Villeard

Mercedes-Benz Canada

Stanley Ing

Mercedes-Benz Canada

Peter Bulkowski

Michelin North America (Canada) Inc

Ralph Luedey

Michelin North America (Canada) Inc.

Doug Earle

National Research Council of Canada

Kevin Hayes

Navistar Defence Canada, Inc.

Daniel Webster

Navistar Defence Canada, Inc.

Greg Enns

Navistar Defence LLC

Rob Puhalovich

Navistar Defence LLC

Leon Rosenberg

NORLEANS Technologies Inc.

Fred Minduik

Oshkosh Defense

Steve Tighe

Oshkosh Defense

Scott Bannach

Rheinmentall Canada Inc.

Jean-Pierre Couturier

Rheinmentall MAN Military Vehicles Canada Ltd.

John Reade

Soucy International Inc.

Pierre Thérrien

Soucy International Inc.

Éric Dion

ATTENDANCE SHEET PARTICIPANTS TO INDUSTRY CONSULTATION SESSION LOGISTICS VEHICLE MODERNIZATION (LVM) September 16, 2014 COMPANY

NAME

Streit Manufacturing Inc. Armored Vehicles Manufacturer

Jean Morin

Weatherhaven Canada Resources Ltd.

Glen Thorne

Weatherhaven Canada Resources Ltd.

Mr. Eamonn Deegan

Weatherhaven Canada Resources Ltd.

Mr. Craig Campbell, Managing

Western Economic Diversification Canada

Serge Goussev

Western Economic Diversification Canada

Peter Hoek

Director General, Defence and Major Projects Sector, PWGSC

Cathy Sabiston

A/Director, Major Projects – MSVS – LVM

Yves Lortie

Project Manager, MSVS – LVM

Daniel Hébert

DLR - LVM Project

LCol Scott Baker

DLR - LVM Project

Major Rob Masson

LVM Project

LCol Andrew Barrett

LVM Project

Steve Jagura

LVM Project

Major Martin Brosseau

LVM Project

Sylvain Deshaies

LVM Project

Marcel Hébert

ATTENDANCE SHEET PARTICIPANTS TO INDUSTRY CONSULTATION SESSION LOGISTICS VEHICLE MODERNIZATION (LVM) September 16, 2014 COMPANY

NAME

LVM Project

Marc Champagne

LVM Project

Brad Coombs

LVM Project

Lucie Laliberté

Industry Canada

Bryan Dalphy

Industry Canada

David Coté

Defence Procurement Secretariat (DPS), PWGSC

Jordan Hancey

Defence Procurement Secretariat (DPS), PWGSC

Vidya Persaud

DND

Major Eric Hardy

DND

MWO Brad Phillips

DND

Maj Ian Koss

DND

Sheila Chapman

DND

Maj Guillaume Fleury

DND

Maj Donny Jedda

DND

Maj Myles Macpherson

PWGSC

Patrick Scalabrini

PWGSC

Bhubinder Seera