OMX chats with Eric Fournier, Director General for the IDEaS program at the Department of National Defense - which aims to tackle future defense and security challenges through innovators across the country.
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An interview with Eric Fournier, Director General for IDEaS
Technicut Tool signs 5-year long term agreement worth CA$9 million with support from OMX
TORONTO, November 8, 2018 - Technicut Tool, a portfolio company of White Wolf Capital LLC and a leading manufacturer of precision machined components, has just announced a long-term agreement with a major Canadian manufacturer. The deal is worth in excess of CA$9 million dollars over five years.
Procurement software company OMX was instrumental in introducing Technicut Tool to the private buyer. The OMX platform connects buyers and sellers in major industries, helps build large supply chains, and tracks and manages socio-economic impacts.
Did you know that you could be eligible for innovation funding up to $200,000?
The Innovation for Defense Excellence and Security (IDEaS) program aims to tackle future defense and security challenges through innovators across the country. Canada's Department of National Defense (DND) is investing $1.6 billion over 20 years in this initiative.
Interested? Attend our webinar hosted by Eric Fournier, Director General of S&T Strategic Decision Support and Lead for the IDEaS program at DND.
Canadian Surface Combatant: Preferred bidder identified for Canada's largest procurement ever
Lockheed Martin Canada is the preferred bidder to design the Canadian Surface Combatant. Here's everything you need to know about this $60 billion program including timeline, cost break down, and Canada's greater procurement strategy.
How does the new NAFTA affect Canadian trade, markets, and manufacturing?
After a frantic weekend of negotiations, the United States and Canada reached a last-minute deal concerning NAFTA, just ahead of the midnight deadline set by the White House.
The new deal will be named the "United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement" (USCMA).