OTTAWA, ONTARIO – Speed Skating Canada, the national governing body for long track and short track speed skating in Canada, is thrilled to offer a Request for Proposal (RFP) for a new Competition Management Software to manage SSC-sanctioned short track speed skating events.
The detailed RFP document can be downloaded from our website. Interested vendors have until September 22, 2022, to submit their proposals.
The motivating factor for undertaking this project was the release of our Strategic Plan 2018-2023. This shared vision for the future of our organization and our sport, one developed through in-depth consultation with our membership, identifies the selection and implementation of a bilingual, easy-to-use, reliable, cloud-compatible competition management software to manage SSC-sanctioned short track speed skating events as a key priority.
Speed Skating Canada is eager to work with a dynamic vendor that will develop a competition management software in partnership with our organization. Potential bidders can submit questions regarding the RFP to Alicia Krywiak before September 19, 2022. Please allow 2-3 business days for a response.
The submission deadline is September 22, 2022, at 11:59PM EST. Only those vendors that have been shortlisted shall be contacted.
- About Speed Skating Canada
- Founded in 1887, we are the national governing body for both short track and long track speed skating in Canada. We’re here to rally, inspire and lead the charge for our country’s most successful Olympic sport. Our organization is responsible for the organization, coordination and administration of the sport and proudly represents over 12,000 athletes, coaches, officials and volunteers from coast to coast. We are accountable to our members – the 13 provincial and territorial speed skating organizations (PTSOs) and our national team program – who are in turn accountable to their member speed skating clubs and all those who participate in our sport.
- Alicia Krywiak
- Senior Coordinator, Special Projects
- Speed Skating Canada