NOTICE

MIDDLESEX COUNTY JOINT HEALTH INSURANCE FUND
FAIR AND OPEN PROCUREMENT PROCESS \

The Middlesex County Joint Health Insurance Fund is soliciting proposals to perform or furnish the following services, which are more fully described in the proposal packet. Due to COVID the proposal packets are not available for pick up and must be downloaded from the following links:

Standard Submission and Selection Criteria for all Professional Positions (16 pages)

Fund Actuary (2 pages)

Fund Auditor (2 pages)

Executive Director/Fund Administrator (3 pages)

Program Risk Manager (3 pages)

Litigation Attorney (2 pages)

Rx Drug Consultant (2 pages)

Actuarial Services to Compy with GASB 75 (2 pages)


If you are unable to open these links, please contact Lynn Collins at (610) 388-0600 or e-mail at l.collins@naimc.com for assistance.

These proposals are being solicited through a fair and open process in accordance with NJSA 19:44A-20.4, et seq. Sealed responses to these requests are required to be delivered to the Middlesex County Joint Health Insurance Fund, Office of the County Comptroller, 3rd Floor, County Administration Building, JFK Square, New Brunswick, NJ 08901, on or before 2:00 p.m., Friday, February 19, 2021.

On Friday, February 19, 2021, at 2:00 p.m., the Fund Administrator will host a conference call where the Fund Treasurer, or his designee, will publicly open and read the name and proposed fee for all the responses received. Respondents wishing to join the conference call should contact Dave Hissey or Lynn Collins at (610) 388-0600 and request the dial in number.

All contracts pursuant to the fair and open process will be awarded by a majority vote of the Fund Commissioners at a public meeting.

Persons awarded a contract under these procedures are required to comply with the requirements for Business Entity Disclosure certification, Equal Employment Opportunity laws and regulations, Americans With Disabilities Act of 1990, P.L. 2004, C19, “The New Jersey Local Unit Pay-to-Play” law (NJSA 19:44A-20.4, et seq.) and the New Jersey Campaign Contributions and Expenditure Reporting Act (NJSA 19:44A-1, et seq.). Persons awarded a contract will also be required to execute a HIPAA Business Associate Agreement to protect the privacy of Personal Health Information.