Southern Oregon University seeks to update our current security camera system to a system that presents up to date technology and security capabilities. The desired system should include security cameras, a management software system, data storage capabilities, and will be scalable.
This RFQ seeks information that will supplement SOU’s exploration of building a partial fence replacement at the SOU Community Garden per the attached Specifications.
The purpose of this RFP is to select and hire a contractor to project manage one (1) project funded by a grant from State of Oregon through Business Oregon, one (1) project funded by a grant from the State of Oregon through the Higher Education Coordinating Commission, and one (1) project funded by a grant from the US Government through the U.S. Department of Education, for a total of three (3) projects.
This RFQ seeks information that will supplement SOU’s exploration of a Recreation Facility & Membership management software system per the attached Specifications.
The purpose of this RFQ is to retain the services of a professional firm to conduct an economic impact analysis for Oregon Tech for the 2021 or 2022 calendar year, depending on data availability, using an Input-Output Model, such as IMPLAN. The selected firm will produce a comprehensive report that describes the economic impact of the institution, including impacts on each campus region (Klamath Falls and Wilsonville and to a lesser extent OMIC) as well as the state of Oregon, and will collaborate with the university’s project coordinator on the format and contents for the report, including an executive summary.
The purpose of this RFQ is to procure two (2) new C-9 Hamilton Ventilators for the Oregon Tech Respiratory Care Program at the Klamath Falls, Oregon Campus.
The purpose of this RFQ is to hire a qualified Contractor to create and deliver a custom owl mascot costume. The mascot costume is worn to provide in-game entertainment and community engagement at athletics and student life events on- and off-campus. The costume should be performer friendly for active use and movement and allow interchangeable clothing. Oregon Tech’s mascot, Hootie, is modeled after the great horned owl (Bubo virginianus).