Louisiana Division of Administration contractor EMERGENT METHOD LLC

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By Contributor published 1-11-2021 updated 1-15-2022
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Disaster Recovery contractors hired by the State of Louisiana Division of Administration and its agency department OCD-DRU who manages federal taxpayer funded programs.

 

Division of Administration Contracts

Contract Details

 

Contract Number 2000343092
Contract Title BUSINESS AND CORPORATE MANAGEMENT CONSULTATION SERVICES CONTRACT
Contract Description 100% FEDERAL HUD/CDBG FUNDS, COMMUNICATIONS AND OUTREACH SERVICES FOR 2016 FLOOD DISASTER RECOVERY PROGRAMS AND OTHER RELATED PROGRAMS.
Agency DOA Division of Administration
Amount $2,000,000.00
Begin Date 5/15/2018
End Date 5/14/2021
Approval Date 6/18/2018
Document Type Consulting Contract
Status OSP-PC Approved
Contractor EMERGENT METHOD LLC
Contractor Address 200 LAUREL ST STE 200, BATON ROUGE, LA 70801
Discretionary Status Non-Discretionary
Business Type Limited Liability Corporation (LLC)
Publicly Traded No
Owners Abbie Speyrer
Nicklos Speyrer
John Snow
Board of Directors  
Corporate Officers  
Percent Ownership by Race White/Caucasian 100.00
Black/African American 0.00
American Indian/Native Alaskan 0.00
Asian 0.00
Pacific Islander/Native Hawaiian 0.00
Other 0.00
Percent Ownership by Ethnicity Hispanic or Latino 0.00
Not Hispanic or Latino 100.00
Percent Ownership by Women 1.00
Percent Ownership by Veterans 0.00
Percent Ownership by
Louisiana Residents
100.00
Certified MBE No
Certified MWBE No
Certified WWBE No
Certified WMBE or Other DBE No
All Applicable Taxes Paid Yes
Letting Process  
Names/Addresses of
Agents and Lobbyists
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Funding Details

Funding Source Percentage Match
Federal    100.00% --

Research Resource: Louisiana Checkbook https://checkbook.la.gov/contracts/contractor.cfm?ent=EMERGENT%20METHOD%20LLC&sf=

 

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