STATE OF VERMONT. STATEMENT OF WORK (SOW) Request for Proposal (RFP) (NOTE: Text that appears in orange letters is instructive only and should be deleted from the final RFP. Text in yellow highlighting must be updated or deleted. Utilize or delete paragraphs as appropriate to the RFP. Text that appears in black letters should be included in the RFP as is.) Retainer Contract Service Category: PROJECT NAME Request for Proposal Month DD, YYYY
STATE OF VERMONT. STANDARD FORM GENERAL CONDITIONS FOR CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS (May 22, 2019) The following general conditions are for use with all construction contracts with the State of Vermont, administered through the Department of Buildings and General Services. These general conditions will be attached to, and become part of, the Contract Documents. If there is a conflict between the terms and conditions stated in these general conditions and the terms and conditions contained in the State-Contractor Agreement; the terms of the State-Contractor Agreement control.
STATE OF VERMONT. E-SIGNED by Xxxxxx Xxxxxxxxxx February 29, 2016 on 2016-02-29 17:55:08 GMT BY THE CONTRACTOR: E-SIGNED by Xxx Xxxxxx February 29, 2016 on 2016-02-29 14:13:43 GMT XXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX, COMMISSIONER DATE312 Hurricane Lane, Suite 201Williston, VT 05495-2087Phone: 802-879-5901Email: Xxxxxx.Xxxxxxxxxx@Xxxxxxx.xxx DONGEORGE, PRESIDENT ANDCEO DATE Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Vermont 000 Xxxxxxxxxx Xxxx Xxxxxx, XX Email: email@example.com ATTACHMENT C: STANDARD STATE PROVISIONS FOR CONTRACTS AND GRANTS
STATE OF VERMONT. CONTRACT 32107 AMENDMENT 5 It is hereby agreed by and between the State of Vermont, Department of Buildings and General Services (the "State") and East River Energy, Inc, with a principal place of business in Guilford, CT (the "Contractor") that the contract between them originally dated as of July 1, 2016, Contract # 32107, as amended to date, (the "Contract") is hereby amended as follows:
STATE OF VERMONT. Department of Public Service (Public Utility Commission) Management Consulting Services Performed Overview: Projects related to which private sector companies could best meet the utility and communications needs of the citizens of Vermont. First project included a systems and network review of FairPoint Communications as they sought approval from the State of Vermont for acquisition of Verizon’s Communications properties. This involved planning, detailed review of all business systems related to their ability to properly process the new customer base. In addition, the telecommunications network and plant and facilities were reviewed to confirm operational readiness and FairPoint’s ability to take it over. A second related project involved the review of service quality after several years of operation. A third related project provided consulting services on the proposed acquisition of FairPoint Communications by Consolidated Communications of 850,000 customers for $2B, and whether this acquisition was in the interest of public good for the citizens and residents of Vermont. Consolidated sought approval from the State of Vermont to acquire the company and assets. The review involved a full spectrum assessment of Consolidated’s capability to assume responsibility for FairPoint’s communications services business. This included a review of finances, call center operations and service quality history and capability, network operations, engineering, regulatory issues, and systems. Another project included expert testimony related to the Noverco acquisition. A Quebec corporation, Energir L.P., directly and indirectly owns Norther New England Energy corporation which owns Vermont Gas Systems and Green Mountain Power. Noverco, owns 71% interest in Energir. Valener Inc., a Canadian corporation, owns an indirect 29% interest in Energir. Noverco seeks to acquire Valener’s 29% interest in Energir. Vermont’s Public Utility Commission sought an independent expert review and testimony to determine if allowing this business transaction would be consistent with Vermont’s public good. ProCom’s experts provided review and evaluation of all petition materials and intervenor testimony as well as pre-filed and live panel expert witness testimony offering opinions on the Noverco petition. Key Services Provided: ProCom provided the core team for development of primary deliverables. Category 1 Services provided included Consulting on Management Strategy, Project Management, Program ...
STATE OF VERMONT. BY THE SUBRECIPIENT: E-SIGNED by Xxxx Xxxxxx September 11, 2014 on 2014-09-11 12:03:20 GMT E-SIGNED by Xxxxx Xxxxxx September 10, 2014 on 2014-09-10 15:49:35 GMT Xxxx Xxxxxx, Commissioner Date 000 Xxxxxxxxx Xxxx, Xxxxx 000 Xxxxxxxxx, XX 00000-0000Xxxxx: 802-879-5901Email: Xxxx.Xxxxxx@xxxxx.xx.xx Xx. Xxxxx Xxxxxx Date Vermont Medical Society Education and Research Foundation, Inc. XX Xxx 0000, Xxxxxxxxxx, XX, 00000 Phone: 000-000-0000 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org ATTACHMENT A SCOPE OF WORK TO BE PERFORMED This grant agreement relates to health care innovation services provided by the Subrecipient. In 2013, the State was awarded a State Innovation Model (SIM) federal grant to support the work outlined below as part of the Vermont Health Care Innovation Project (VHCIP). This Grant is a sub-award as a part of the VHCIP Grant Program, which solicited proposals in early 2014. This grant will support an effort to decrease waste and potential harm in the hospital setting based on evidence behind the national “Choosing Wisely” campaign that estimates 30 percent of U.S. health care spending is avoidable and potentially harmful. Physicians from Vermont hospitals and Dartmouth-Xxxxxxxxx Medical Center will work together to reduce unnecessary lab testing, and in doing so will create a statewide provider network to lead additional waste reduction and care improvement efforts. Subrecipient Shall:
STATE OF VERMONT. BY THE SUBRECIPIENT: E-SIGNED by Xxxxxx Xxxxxxxxxx on 2015-12-30 14:34:35 GMT December 30, 2015 _ E-SIGNED by Xxxxxxx Xxxx on 2015-12-29 18:18:07 GMT December 29, 2015 Xxxxxx Xxxxxxxxxx, Commissioner Date 000 Xxxxxxxxx Xxxx, Xxxxx 000 Xxxxxxxxx, XX 00000-0000 Phone: 000-000-0000 Email: Xxxxxx.Xxxxxxxxxx@xxxxxxx.xxx Xxxxxxx Xxxx, Co-Executive Director Date ARIS Solutions, Inc. 00 Xxxxx Xxxx Xxxxxx, Xxxxx Xxxxx Xxxxxxxx, XX 00000 Phone: 000-000-0000 Email: email@example.com E-SIGNED by Xxxxxx Xxxxxx on 2015-12-30 14:15:06 GMT December 30, 2015 __ Xxxxxx Xxxxxx, Co-Executive Director Date ARIS Solutions, Inc. 00 Xxxxx Xxxx Xxxxxx, Xxxxx Xxxxx Xxxxxxxx, XX 00000 Phone: 000-000-0000 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org ATTACHMENT A SCOPE OF WORK TO BE PERFORMED
STATE OF VERMONT. BY THE SUBRECIPIENT: E-SIGNED by Xxxxxx Xxxxxxxxxx __ _ _ _ _ __ __on_201_5-12-30 _15:09_:20 GMT_ December 30, 2015 _ E-SIGNED by Xxxx Xxxxxxxx on 2015-12-30 14:58:51 GMT December 30, 2015 Xxxxxx Xxxxxxxxxx, Commissioner Date 000 Xxxxxxxxx Xxxx, Xxxxx 000 Xxxxxxxxx, XX 00000-0000 Phone: 000-000-0000 Email: email@example.com Xxxx Xxxxxxxx, CEO Date Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital XX Xxx 000, Xx. Xxxxxxxxx, XX 00000 Phone: 000-000-0000 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org ATTACHMENT A SCOPE OF WORK TO BE PERFORMED
STATE OF VERMONT. BY THE CONTRACTOR: E-SIGNED by Xxxxxx Xxxxxxxxxx December 18, 2014 __o_n_2_000-00-00 2_1:33:17 G_MT E-SIGNED by Xxxxxxxx Xxxxxxxx December 18, ___o_n_2014-12-18 21:07:50 GMT _ XXXXXX XXXXXXXXXX DATE 000 Xxxxxxxxx Xxxx, Xxxxx 000 Xxxxxxxxx, XX 00000-0000 Phone: 000-000-0000 Email: Xxxxxx.Xxxxxxxxxx@xxxxx.xx.xx XXXXXXXX XXXXXXXX,CEO DATE 000 Xxxxxxxx Xxxxxx, Xxxxx 0000 Xxxxxx, XX 00000 Phone: 000 000 0000 Email: email@example.com The signatures of the undersigned indicate that each has read this amendment to Contract # 28117 in its entirety and agrees to be bound by the provisions enumerated therein. 2014 Exhibit B
STATE OF VERMONT. By the SUBRECIPIENT: