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Unpaid Vendors Can Submit Invoices from 250th Queen Celebration Directly to OED

November 13, 2018, 11:27 AM HST
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The Mayor’s Office of Economic Development has terminated Grant 4607: 250th Celebration of Queen Kaʻahumanu.

All vendors who provided goods and services under the grant and have not been paid in full can now submit invoices and supporting documents directly to OED.

Invoices must be complete with full contact information and a detailed description of services performed or goods purchased.  If the vendor provided consulting, an hourly rate and the number of hours worked must be reflected on the invoice.

All vendors must provide a W-9 Form with their submissions.

All submissions must also provide proof that work was authorized and evidence that work was completed.

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Any payments disbursed from the County of Maui will be based upon verification and balance of funds available under the grant.

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All submissions must be received no later than Nov. 16, 2018 by 4:30 p.m.

Documentation may be submitted to [email protected], with the memo “G4607” in the subject line of email submissions.

The OED will contact claimants if additional supporting information is needed.

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For more information, call (808) 270-7710.

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