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Energy Trust of Oregon, Inc., a nonprofit organization, requests written proposals for a management review to be completed by August 15, 2014. An Intent to Respond is required to submit an RFP and to participate in the conference call to address RFP questions. The Intent to Respond is due at Energy Trust no later than 3 p.m. February 21, 2014.
In consultation with the Oregon Public Utility Commission, the Energy Trust board of directors has specified that the management review address the following five areas:
1. Review Energy Trust administrative costs and provide recommendations to improve efficiency and effectiveness.
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