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This bid has been awarded to CMR Consulting Inc..

The Commission is seeking a service provider to develop a survey and analysis of Indigenous communities within British Columbia.

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Description

The Commission is seeking a qualified contractor to create and design a research project that will interview/survey participants and analyze responses from First Nations and Indigenous communities who engage with the Commission. The goals of the proposed project are:

  • Assess the Performance Measure identified under Objective 2.1 in the Commission’s 2021/22 – 2023/24 Service Plan ; and
  • Gather information to help the Commission continually improve its engagement with First Nations and Indigenous communities.

The specific objectives are to determine:

  • Indigenous communities’ level of satisfaction with the engagement activities of the Commission.
  • Trends and patterns in satisfaction levels since previous surveys in 2017 and 2019.
  • First Nations communities’ awareness of the Commission and its regulatory role.
  • Definitions of a good working relationship and improvements to the Commission’s relationships with First Nation communities.

Questions and Answers

If you have any questions about this posting, please email procurement@bcogc.ca.

We are asking how satisfied the Nations we work with are with our engagement. In this context, the definition is how contented the Nations are with our meeting of expectations, needs, or demands of engagement.

Due to confidentiality agreements, we cannot release the entirety of the reports from previous surveys, but please see the attached PDF files for general trends and patterns from the surveys conducted in 2017 and 2019.

The use of “First Nation(s)” in this RFP refers to a single band or the plural First Nations for many bands in the areas where we work. Or, an Indigenous government, group or community. The Project will not be engaging with single, individual Indigenous peoples, but rather the collective governments (e.g. West Moberley First Nations, Kitselas First Nation, Wet’suwet’en First Nation).