Month: October 2018

Beatty, Fudge, Sykes: We Must Elect Statewide Democrats On Nov. 6 To Save Ohio And Fight For Our Communities

Beatty, Fudge, Sykes: We Must Elect Statewide Democrats On Nov. 6 To Save Ohio And Fight For Our Communities The honorable Congresswoman Joyce Beatty, Congresswoman Marcia Fudge and state Sen. Vernon Sykes are urging all Ohioans to go out and support the entire 2018 Democratic ticket to put people first, better our communities and elect…

ECDI to feature a round-table discussion on Contract Opportunities for 2019

Looking for Contract Opportunities in 2019? This month’s Lunch and Learn session sponsored by the Economic & Community Development Institute (ECDI) will feature a roundtable discussion on Contract Opportunities for 2019. Top industry leaders, as well as small project owners who expect to solicit bids in 2019, will share their knowledge on what to look for, qualifications needed and how small…

Election Day is less than One Week Away

Election Day is One Week Away The November 6 General Election is one week away, and the deadline to request an absentee ballot is Saturday, November 3, at noon. The full, detailed and interactive 2018 elections calendar is available on the Secretary of State’s website. In November, voters will decide a statewide ballot initiative, as well as races…

Columbus City Schools isssues a REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS FOR DESIGN-BUILD SERVICES

LEGAL NOTICE REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS FOR DESIGN-BUILD SERVICES The Columbus City School District announces a Request for Qualifications for the following projects: Renovation of HVAC Systems in “Design-Build Delivery Model”. The work will consist of two separate Design-Build contracts consisting of: Phase 4 Contract – 5 school facilities, and Phase 5 Contract – 4 school facilities. The scope…

Vote early for Ohio Democrats

Vote early for Ohio Democrats Ohioans have a tremendous opportunity in 2018 not only to shape the future of our state for many years to come but also to send a message to the rest of America and the world. On Nov. 6, we have the chance to declare that the Buckeye State is still…

City of Columbus issues RFP for Prenatal Trip Assistance Platform and Transportation Management

The City of Columbus (City) is seeking to acquire and implement a web and smartphone-based software application from qualified Offerors for the City’s Prenatal Trip Assistance (PTA) project. The PTA will be used to facilitate Non-Emergency Medical Transportation (NEMT) trips for expectant mothers enrolled in Medicaid from eight high-risk neighborhoods designated by the Mayor’s infant mortality reduction initiative, CelebrateOne.…