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Public Higher Education Bulletin

Southern Illinois University School of Medicine
RFP #350103

Request for Proposal: Banking Lockbox Services

This solicitation will not be awarded
Published Wednesday March 14, 2001
The request for pricing was cancelled for administrative reasons.
First published Friday September 22, 2000
Sealed responses will be accepted at the address below until 2:00 PM, Thursday October 12, 2000:
Procurement Services
Southern Illinois University School of Medicine
327 W. Calhoun, Room 201
Springfield, IL 62702
For PO Box info, see below

for banking lockbox services.

The services required are for banking lockbox services for mailed receipts generated from Southern Illinois University School of Medicine's clinical practice. Additionally, the School of Medicine is seeking proposals for the maintenance of other related demand deposit accounts.

Services to be performed include: summary schedule of the cash collections via hard copy and electronic transmissions; same day processing and bank deposit or receipts; return of remittance advice and miscellaneous correspondence to the School of Medicine by 8:00 a.m. the next banking day; provide copies of checks, money orders, etc. when payment contains no remittance advice; cash payments by mail must be noted on the summary schedule; segregate remittance of Visa, Master Card and Discover payments mailed to the lockbox and process payment information for credit to bank account (credit amount must be identified on the summary schedule; provide data that readily matches all payments with respective remittance advice (includes multiple payments with one remittance advice or multiple remittance advice with one payment); provide software or other means allowing daily access to account information, including deposits, transfers, etc.; provide collateral acceptable under the Illinois State Statutes for cash in excess of the FDIC insurance limit. (Submitted by Pam Speer, State Purchasing Officer.)

For additional information, contact:
Dennis Fruge

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