Another term being overtaken by events.
A Government of Canada form used to specify the security requirements in the contract to be issued to the contractor. Usually annexed to the RFP, it allows bidders to cost and schedule any actions required to meet the security requirements that will apply at contract award (for example, security screening …
Necessary but never sufficient for achieving standardization.
Read the question; acronym pronounced by spelling it out. Not sure what that “F” stands for. See ATQ/ATFQ.
A procurement tool used to identify probable level of competition in a planned procurement, by requesting non-binding expressions of interest on the opportunity as defined. Sometimes called Request for Letter of Interest. If Expression and Letter of Interest are meaningfully different, the distinction escapes me.