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Standing Offers and Supply Arrangements (SOSA), formerly known as Pre-Qualified Supplier Data (PQSD), is information about businesses that are currently pre-qualified to supply goods and services to the Government of Canada. Updated weekly, the data identifies businesses holding Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC) standing offers and supply arrangements. Visit the "About SOSA" page to learn more: https://buyandsell.gc.ca/procurement-data/standing-offers-and-supply-arrangements/about-sosa.
The Procurement Data Dictionary offers a description of each data field contained in the SOSA file, as well as other datasets published on Buyandsell.gc.ca. The XML file is meant to be used as a guide for understanding the various data elements. …
Note: this version of the United Nations Standard Products and Services Code (UNSPSC) Standard is out of date and will soon be archived. The version included in this dataset relates to "version 10", which was released in 2007. Newer versions not only appended new values to the list but also reassigned codes to new descriptions. As such this dataset should only be used as a historical reference.
In 2021, a later version (v21) of an international classification system for procurement items called the United Nations Standard Products and Services Code (UNSPSC) began to replace the Government of Canada’s **Goods and …
The Canada Energy Regulator produces a table showing conditions from projects approved since 2010. This table lists conditions by company and by specific approval number. It also shows the current status of each condition. The conditions dataset is updated daily. This dataset is used in the Conditions on Energy Projects visualization tool on the Canada Energy Regulator website. The source code for the visualization tool is also available.
The following report is based on Compliance Verification Activities (CVAs) conducted by NEB Staff, including Inspection Officers. NEB Staff conduct a variety of CVAs, including Inspections, Audits, Compliance Meetings, Emergency Response Exercise Evaluations, and document reviews. The report includes multiple data points relating to the CVA, including but not limited to, the type, date, company and location of the CVA. The report also includes data regarding observations made and any compliance tools used.
Motion-detection cameras are a cost-effective and non-invasive tool used in Banff National Park for sampling mammal populations and estimating species occurrence. Occupancy modelling, which uses detection/non-detection data from cameras, provides a useful and flexible framework for population trend analyses. Data are collected throughout the year across Banff National Park to determine change in the distribution of key animal populations as well as supporting demographic predictions to better inform management.
Contract History is information about contracts awarded by Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC) since January 2009, on behalf of federal departments and agencies.
The Contract History CSV files are updated monthly, and are organized by fiscal year. A complete Contract History file, containing contracts from 2009 to today is also available for download on this page. Visit the "About Contract History" page to learn more: https://buyandsell.gc.ca/procurement-data/contract-history/about-contract-history.
The Procurement Data Dictionary offers a description of each data field contained in the Contract History file, as well as other datasets published on Buyandsell.gc.ca. The XML file is meant to be …
Birds adapted to alpine ecosystems are often sensitive to habitat and climate changes because of their niche specialization. For example, birds that are specialized to breeding in colder alpine conditions may be outcompeted by more generalist species if warmer conditions arise. Yearly data are collected at these sites using audio recorders to determine indices of bird diversity and occupancy trends to inform management.
Prior to 2021, the Government of Canada used Goods and Services Identification Number (GSIN) codes to identify generic product descriptions for its procurement activities. GSIN codes were used to connect all of the procurement information, including Tender Notices, Award Notices, Standing Offers and Supply Arrangements, and Contract History.
The GSIN CSV file published on this page is updated on an “as needed” frequency, when codes are either created or deactivated.
Please see the Mapping of Goods and Services Identification Number to United Nations Standard Products and Services Code dataset for a resource that compares GSIN codes to a subset of …
The international classification system for procurement items called the United Nations Standard Products and Services Code (UNSPSC) began to replace the Government of Canada’s Goods and Services Identification Numbers (GSIN) codes in 2021.
This page contains an open data file that maps the UNSPSC goods and services codes to the Government of Canada’s current system for classifying the Goods and Services: Identification Number (GSIN) at the highest level. The data is available in Comma Separated Values (CSV) file format and can be downloaded to sort, filter, and search information.
Please see the Finding and using UNSPSC Codes page or the …
"Birds are the most diverse of land vertebrates and are an important indicator of ecosystem health. Large protected areas, such as Banff National Park, provide important habitat for a wide range of bird species. Data collected can provide a number of ecological indices; for example, used to assess the effects of land use and climate change. Yearly data are collected at these sites using audio recorders to determine indices of bird diversity and occupancy trends to inform management.
Note that this dataset has only transect locations. Bird information is not available at this time. "