Federal contracts: Ottawa’s Modis lands $5M support job for Canadian Forces Warfare Centre

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For illustrative purposes only. (Photo courtesy DND)

Ottawa-based IT staffing and recruitment firm Modis Canada has secured a Canadian Armed Forces contract to support a hub for developing new military capabilities.

The Department of National Defence calls the Canadian Forces Warfare Centre a “laboratory for innovation” that analyzes and evaluates new military capability requirements.

Under the support contract, Modis will be responsible for providing technical support as needed to various parts of the centre, including its joint battle lab and doctrine development departments.

It was one of a small number of contracts awarded to local firms between April 17 and 23, a typically slow period for government contracting that comes just after the feds’ fiscal year-end.

Modis Canada Inc.

155 Queen St.

Description: Professional services for EIRES

Buyer: DND

$8,679,601

 

Modis Canada Inc.

155 Queen St.

Description: Warfare centre developmental and tech support

Buyer: DND

$4,948,718

 

Emerion

368 Dalhousie St.

Description: Change management consultant

Buyer: DND

$469,176