Request for Proposals

 

Request for Proposal: Feeding Trials: Testing Digestible and Metabolizable Energy in Soybean Meal Sourced From Different Countries and Fed to Pigs

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The purpose of this RFP is to seek proposals to perform feeding trials to measure the in vivo digestibility of energy and concentrations of DE and ME in 23 sources of soybean meal produced in the US (5 sources), Brazil (5 sources), Argentina (5 sources), China (5 sources), or India (5 sources).

Please email the proposal to RFP@USSEC.org by 5 p.m. CST on Feb. 26, 2018.

Request for Proposal: USSEC Manual of Quality Analysis Update

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The purpose of this RFP is to seek proposals to update and enhance the USSEC Manual of Quality Analysis. The manual was created in 2007 and second edition was created in 2012. This update would apply to all chapters of the USSEC Manual of Quality Analysis which total 104 pages. The current USSEC Manual of Quality Analyses for Soybean Products in the Feed Industry can be accessed here.

Please email the proposal to RFP@USSEC.org by 5 p.m. CST on Feb. 26, 2018.

Request for Proposal: South Dakota Innovation Partners Program Evaluation – Prairie AquaTech Soy Biofinery

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United Soybean Board’s (USB) Audit & Evaluation committee (A&E) requests a proposal for a comprehensive evaluation of USB’s South Dakota Innovation Partners (SDIP)– Prairie AquaTech Soy Biorefinery over the past three years ending 12/31/2017, managed by USB’s primary contractor, SmithBucklin. The program evaluation should evaluate USB’s South Dakota Innovation Partners- Prairie AquaTech Soy Biofinery to evaluate contractor’s effectiveness of carrying out the program and determine progress against objectives. Determine if this project significantly contributes to the goals of the Demand Action Team.

Direct questions to USB Program Manager, Christina Huson at 800.989.8721 or 636.530.1777. Submission deadline is midnight on March 20, 2018.

Request for Proposal: Firms to Perform an Assessment of USB’s Communication Program Components

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This assessment will identify, locate, and assess all external, stakeholder and board elements of USB’s communications program, by strategy, audience and message. This includes a full inventory and tagging of materials, tools, properties, and collaterals, as well as their quantitative and qualitative value and return back to USB.

Direct questions to USB Program Manager, Christina Huson at 800.989.8721 or 636.530.1777. Submission deadline is noon on March 20, 2018.