BUSINESS SERVICES

upper dauphin area district office building

The Upper Dauphin School District (UDASD) has a Business Office that provides purchasing, revenue collection, budgeting, accounting, compliance and reporting services for the schools within the UDASD.  The Business Office is led by the Director, Business and Operations.

The Upper Dauphin Area School District (UDASD) adopts an annual budget and that budget is used to manage the financial resources of the District from both a revenue and expenditure perspective.  The budget is created by the Administration Team, in consultation with staff members, and presented to the Board of School Directors for approval.

2021-2022 General Fund Budget

Notice is hereby given that the Upper Dauphin Area School District will receive sealed proposals for a guaranteed energy savings contract until October 29, 2021 at 12:00 pm local prevailing time at the District’s administrative office, to the attention of and located at: Mr. Brent Bell, Director of Operations, Upper Dauphin Area School District, 5668 State Route 209, Lykens, PA 17048. At time of opening, the proposals will be acknowledged, but will not be read aloud nor any prices, etc. disclosed. Proposals received after the receipt deadline will not be accepted. Proposals will be held in strict confidence until reviewed and a contractor selected. Upon review of proposals and award of contract, proposals will become public knowledge to anyone who submits a request. Copies of the request for proposal will be available after 9:00 A.M. on September 15, 2021. Offerors are required to secure a complete copy of the request for proposal from the District office at the above-mentioned address or via email at bellb@udasd.org.  A mandatory site visit is scheduled for October 8, 2021 at 9:00 AM.  Preregistration is required by contact Brent Bell at bellb@udasd.org.  Proposals must be submitted in the format required by the request for proposal, and must comply with all applicable minimum qualifications, laws and regulations. All proposals submitted are valid for acceptance by the District and may not be withdrawn for a period of ninety (90) days after the actual date of opening thereof. The District reserves the right to select for contract negotiations, the responsible offeror whose proposals are determined to be most advantageous to the District. The request for proposals may be canceled or any or all proposals may be rejected, in whole or in part, when the District determines that it is in their best interest to do so. For all those firms interested in submitting proposals, attention is directed to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania’s Guaranteed Energy Savings Act (62 Pa. CSA $$3751 et seq.). All proposed energy performance contracts and other financing arrangements proposed must be capable of being implemented under the laws and regulations of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. This project is subject to the Pennsylvania Prevailing Wage Law, approved August 15, 1961 (Act No. 442), as amended, and reference is made to the prevailing minimum wage rates applicable to this project which has been promulgated by the Secretary of Labor and Industry.