The Hudson County Office of Business Opportunity in coordination with the Hudson County Improvement Authority recently hosted an informational webinar regarding opportunities for:

MBE/WBE/DBE/SBE/VBE PARTICIPATION IN CONSTRUCTION OF THE HONORABLE FRANK J. GUARINI HUDSON COUNTY JUSTICE COMPLEX

A video recording of the webinar is available to stream on demand by registering here:

JERSEY CITY, N.J. -- The Hudson County Improvement Authority is launching an online order form for residents to purchase compost bins and rain barrels. Each of these items are $40 and will be delivered directly to your doorstep. By making compost bins and rain barrels available for purchase online, the HCIA is keeping with its commitment to build a more sustainable and environmentally friendly Hudson County.

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR SPECIAL FORENSIC AUDIT SERVICES
HCIA Answers to Questions received as of May 4, 2020 regarding the Forensic Audit RFP

Question Set 1:

1. The RFP specifically mentions Care Point Bayonne Hospital. Are there particular issues driving the request?
2. If so, what are they?
3. Is there an expectation that forensic accounting services will be required with respect to any other facilities?
4. If so, can those facilities be identified?
5. If additional facilities are subject to the scope of work, what is the process for allowing the selected firm to evaluate if any potential conflicts of interest exist?
6. Does HCIA have a standard contract that it expects to employ in this situation?
7. If so, can a copy of that contract be made available prior to May 7?
8. Our firm has an office in New Jersey, and services many clients, including healthcare clients, that are located in New Jersey. However, our principal office is not in New Jersey. Given that fact pattern, will we still be considered if we meet all other criteria?
9. How soon after submissions to the RFP are received does HCIA expect to make a decision on retention?

In accordance with the Open Public Meetings Act, N.J.S.A. 10:4-6 et seq., due to the State of Emergency regarding COVID-19 (coronavirus), the Regular Meeting of the Hudson County Improvement Authority (the “Authority”) scheduled for Wednesday May 13, 2020 at 5:30 pm will be conducted via the Zoom virtual meeting service at the scheduled date and time. The Authority’s board room located at 830 Bergen Avenue, 9th Floor, Jersey City, will not be open to the public for the meeting.

“Zoom Cloud Meetings” is the name of the app. Please download the app on a computer or mobile device and then use the following Meeting ID number: 833 0243 1401

Alternatively, members of the public can visit the following link and join the meeting via Video Conference: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83302431401.

Members of the public can also join via telephone by dialing 1+646-558-8656 and entering the Meeting ID number: 833 0243 1401

JERSEY CITY, N.J. -- Hudson County’s Skyway Golf Course will reopen to golfers on Saturday morning following an Executive Order signed this afternoon by Governor Phil Murphy that permits county parks and golf courses to operate during the COVID-19 outbreak. In addition to the golf course, which is operated by the Hudson County Improvement Authority, county parks will also re-open on Saturday at sunrise for passive recreation only. Basketball, tennis and other activities that involve close contact are not permitted. Strict social distancing measures will be in place at both the golf course and county parks to ensure the safety of all Hudson County residents.

   

Covid-19 Updates