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Ohio University Public Private Partnership Opportunity
Ohio University has released a Request for Proposals for public-private partnership development opportunities at The Ridges in Athens, Ohio. The RFP process is designed to help firms learn more about the development potential of The Ridges as well as assist us in learning about external firm’s qualifications, expertise and abilities. The University intends to select one or more teams to implement development plans that are responsible, viable, and that achieve a variety of University and community needs.
This exciting opportunity has been released on Ohio University’s RFP portal which may be accessed at https://iucpg.ionwave.net/Login.aspx. Please take a moment to register on this site to review our release. This will also be the site where firm responses must be uploaded.
We have a quick turnaround on the first phase of this RFP (a qualifications stage) of December 21, 2016, so please be sure to review the release at your earliest convenience.
Please do not hesitate to reach out to Laura Nowicki at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 740-597-3261 with any questions.
Ohio University wants to alert you to an active email scam involving purchase orders and requests for product quotations that purport to originate from Ohio University but are in fact, fraudulent. While the university cannot prevent this illegal activity, we are actively working with law enforcement to investigate these fraudulent email contacts. Please review "How to Do Business with Ohio University". It is always a best practice to insist on a valid Purchase Order from your customer prior to shipping any product. For additional information, please click here and here.
Procure to Pay Services’ mission is to serve the Ohio University community with a customer centric focus. We provide our expertise in procurement sourcing, risk management, and timely payment to the university’s external suppliers while ensuring compliance with Ohio Revised Code and other statutes, University Policy, and GAAP. Working together, we can strategically reduce costs for our customers through collective purchasing and efficient payment processing. Our goal centers around assisting the planning units in saving money and resources that can be used to support the university's core educational and research activities while protecting the institution from unacceptable risk.
Ohio University will delay implementation of the Uniform Guidance procurement section as provided by the waiver of procurement rules stated in the Federal Awarding Agency Regulatory Implementation of The Uniform Guidance Procurement Standards in §§200.317-200.326, released December 19, 2014. The university will delay implementation of the new procurement guidelines until July 1, 2017 and, in the interim, will follow the guidance of the prior standards (A-110).
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