Recent News


SC RIA recently published clarification on three common procurement questions for SCIIP and an updated FAQ. A summary follows:


Preliminary Engineering

Would an engineering firm that prepares preliminary cost estimates, maps or other information for a project would be prohibited from competing for the final design and project engineering contract? The guidance SC RIA has received is that this would not be allowed if SCIIP funds are used to cover any part of an engineering contract. The relevant federal requirement is found in 2 CFR 200.... Read more


The prevention of motor vehicle accidents is a top priority for SCAC Risk Managers. Preventing a motor vehicle accident can eliminate three types of claims—workers’ compensation, auto liability, and auto property damage. Read more about what the SC County Insurance Trusts are doing to mitigate exposure in the 2022 Summer County Focus magazine.Read more


The Great Resignation’s impact on local government creates unique issues and has many counties rethinking how they operate. Read about the effects of the movement in the Summer 2022 County Focus magazine.Read more


On March 21, 2022, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) released a proposed amendment to its rules under the Securities Act of 1933 and Securities Exchange Act of 1934 that would require heightened disclosure of certain climate-related risk information by public companies. Read about the new facility in the Summer 2022 County Focus magazine.Read more