YELLOW SPRINGS PUBLIC NOTICES Request for Proposals

PUBLIC NOTICE – REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS Yellow Springs Exempted Village School District will be accepting proposals for Food Management Services for the district breakfast and lunch programs. Due to the Governor’s order for social distancing and closure of school buildings, a pre-bid meeting will not be held. Photos of facilities will be provided to interested companies. Proposal packets can be ...

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Sandy Springs is partnering with Community Assistance Center and other nonprofits on COVID-19 response

Tamara Carrera, the Community Assistance Center’s CEO and executive director, speaks at an event to celebrate the opening of its new building May 1, 2018. With the COVID-19 pandemic causing so many individuals to lose their jobs, the impact has been felt in Sandy Springs, where the demand from low- and mid-income families for help in rent and utilities payment ...

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How does operating leverage affect stock returns?

In investing, there are two types of risks that any investor must always be aware of, the business risk and the market risk. The business risk pertains to the uncertainty that a company may not be able to generate enough revenue to cover its expenses, while market risk relates to the possibility that the company may incur losses as a ...

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Procurement specialist, essential medicines, GHSC-PSM

Chemonics seeks a Procurement Specialist, Essential Medicines, for the USAID Global Health Supply Chain Program- Procurement and Supply Management (GHSC-PSM) project located in Arlington, VA. We are looking for individuals who have a passion for making a difference in the lives of people around the world. The Procurement Specialist will primarily procure essential medicines and other related commodities which will ...

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Three New Test Companies Bid for Exam School Test

Three high-level testing companies have submitted bids to Boston Public Schools to be the next Exam School Test provider – potentially administering their first test for entrance into the City’s three elite 7-12 schools this fall. Supt. Brenda Cassellius said they are happy with the bids and believe it will result in a much fairer test that opens up exam ...

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How to choose a contact center software system in 2020

Contact center software buyers must consider features including data reporting, speech analytics, routing methods and AI. Learn what to look for with this guide to RFP creation. Selecting contact center software is a daunting task. Contact center software is the heart of an organization, handling all inbound and outbound contacts, and it’s critical for driving efficient and effective business performance. To ...

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£40m added to resilience funds as Government bids to help businesses survive

The Scottish Govenrment is making a further £40 million available to help businesses survive the coronavirus crisis (PA) Financial schemes aimed at helping businesses survive the Covid-19 crisis have been topped up with an additional £40 million of Scottish Government cash. Economy Secretary Fiona Hyslop said £30 million is being injected into the Pivotal Enterprise Resilience Fund to help small ...

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State begins bid process in case more PPE, testing, tracing supplies are needed

SALT LAKE CITY (KUTV) — If there’s a second coronavirus wave, Utah says it will be ready — at least with PPE, testing, and tracing.KUTV https://kutv.com/news/coronavirus/state-begins-bid-process-in-case-more-ppe-testing-tracing-supplies-are-needed?jwsource=cl That’s because the state is beginning the request for proposal process, also known as RFP, to look for services and supplies to the lowest qualified bidder. No-bid contracts in the early days of the pandemic, ...

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USAF Releases B-52 Engine Replacement RFP, Award Expected July 2021

The Air Force on May 19 issued its request for proposals on the B-52 Commercial Engine Replacement Program, calling for responses by July and a contract award expected in June 2021. GE Aviation, Raytheon Technologies’ Pratt & Whitney unit, and Rolls-Royce have all said they will compete. The service, in the RFP, confirmed it wants to buy a total of ...

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Osaka RFP could be further delayed due to coronavirus

The regional authorities in Osaka have suggested that the prefecture’s RFP process has been placed on the back-burner while it deals with the immediate issue of the coronavirus pandemic. Meanwhile, despite the COVID-19 virus, Nagasaki prefecture has said it still plans to hold its RFP this spring. The mayor of Osaka, Ichiro Matsui, has acknowledged that the prefecture’s request-for-proposal (RFP) ...

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The RFP Tool Revolution is Happening—Just Very, Very Slowly

There’s a growing number of legal-focused RFP solutions on the market, but corporate attorneys who struggled to use more general solutions in the past may be reluctant to engage with such tools even as their companies are looking for ways to save money. There are plenty of reasons for law firm and legal departments to use legal industry-specific request for ...

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Marijuana Businesses: Application Process Eased In County Areas

Businesses seeking to open in unincorporated Riverside County no longer have to go through a ranking process. The level of interest in submitting applications to the county to open cannabis businesses had slackened, according to Supervisor Perez. RIVERSIDE COUNTY, CA — As a stimulus measure, Riverside County supervisors Tuesday approved easing the application process for individuals and businesses seeking to ...

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IR2.0 Concept

One of two companies to respond to Wakayama’s RFP assessment call in April, Suncity Group has grand plans for a Japanese integrated resort with its IR2.0 concept. It was August 2019 when Suncity Group first unveiled its concept for an integrated resort in the Japanese prefecture of Wakayama, located on the southernmost point of the Kansai region’s Honshū island. The ...

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First look: Floyd Casey development to include houses, shops, trails

WACO, Texas (KWTX) The old Floyd Casey Stadium site is going to be turned into a mixed-use, mixed-income housing and retail community, according to plans released by the developer Tuesday. (Photo courtesy of Turner-Behringer Real Estate) “We believe in this project,” said Sarah Roberts, founding principal at KSR Advantage, on behalf of Turner-Behringer Real Estate. “Our vision is that this project ...

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Norfolk County seeks value-added or opportunistic real estate

Norfolk County Retirement System, Canton, Mass., is looking to allocate up to $20 million to a U.S. value-added or opportunistic real estate investment vehicle. Wainwright Investment Counsel, investment consultant to the $1 billion pension fund, is assisting with the search. Funds that invest in overseas real estate, core or development properties, land or REITs will not be considered. The RFP ...

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Legal notices for week of May 20

Request for Proposals –Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) FY2020The Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority (“IHCDA”) released today three Request for Proposals (RFPs) for the Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG). These RFPs, grant applications and other documentation can be found on the IHCDA Public Notices’ page here: https://www.in.gov/ihcda/4053.htm.Applicant’s proposal must be submitted electronically via e-mail and received by the IHCDA no later ...

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Hudson considers proposed ADA architect

HUDSON — The Common Council discussed the hiring of an Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) architect at its May 11 informal meeting. Two resolutions were introduced related to ADA projects. The first resolution considered would retain Dirtworks Landscape Architecture as the city’s ADA architect. The second resolution would allocate an initial $6,000 for project costs. On Oct. 23, 2019, the ...

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Lowest Bid For New City Trail Is $111,700

The City of Summerville is looking to spend $111,700 to extend its walking trail.The Georgia Department of Community Affairs gave the city $120,720 to complete the project that extends the walking trail from the Summerville Depot and into J.R. “Dick” Dowdy Park.The city must decide between two bids. Exceller Construction out of Marietta submitted a construction bid for $111,700. The ...

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LA Metro replaces agency-built app with Transit

Dive Brief: The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (LA Metro) selected Transit as its official mobile app partner, replacing the agency’s Go Metro LACMTA app. The Transit app will offer LA Metro riders real-time bus and train schedule information; step-by-step navigation and trip planning; personalized service alerts; and accessibility tools for those in-need, among other features. “Transit does a great job of taking ...

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Board eases requirements to apply for cannabis business permits

As a stimulus measure, Riverside County supervisors today approved easing the application process for individuals and businesses seeking to establish cannabis retail outlets and cultivation sites in unincorporated communities. “We're keeping the same criteria as before, looking at each project to ensure it meets the requirements of the county," Transportation & Land Management Agency Director Juan Perez told the Board ...

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