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https://www2.illinois.gov/business/manage-your-business/IDOT/highway-agreements
Highway Authority Agreements
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An agreement with a highway authority may be used where a property owner has contaminated public right-of-way or where the public right-of-way may become impacted in the future.
https://www2.illinois.gov/business/manage-your-business/IDOT/agregate-material-approval
Agregate Material Approval
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Various tests, including quality, freeze-thaw and alkali-silica reactivity (ASR) are performed on aggregates used for road and bridge construction in Illinois. These tests quantify the physical characteristics of each aggregate product from each source. Development and evaluation of all statewide aggregate related policies, procedures and specifications are continually modified to keep them current with new technologies and test procedures. Provides information regarding the process and how to get materials approved.
https://www2.illinois.gov/business/manage-your-business/IDOT/analytical-chemistry-approval
Analytical Chemistry Approval
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Analytical chemistry provides the chemical testing for a wide variety of highway materials, ensures that quality materials are used in highway projects by maintaining a system of sampling, testing, documentation, and reporting of test results for focus areas including: pavement marking materials, reflective sheeting, bridge coatings, and miscellaneous items. Analytical chemistry also maintains cement and concrete reference laboratory (CCRL) accreditation for cementitious materials. Provides information regarding the process and how to get materials approved.
https://www2.illinois.gov/business/manage-your-business/IDOT/bituminous-chemistry-material
Bituminous Chemistry Material Approval
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Bituminous Chemistry ensures that quality materials are used in highway projects by maintaining a system of sampling, testing, documentation, and reporting of test results for focus areas including: performance graded (PG) asphalt binders, asphalt emulsions, cutback asphalts, and various asphaltic products. Bituminous chemistry also maintains the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) accreditation for PG asphalt binders and emulsified asphalts and manages certification policies and approved lists for PG asphalt binders, asphalt emulsions, and cutback asphalts.
https://www2.illinois.gov/business/manage-your-business/IDOT/cement-material-approval
Cement Material Approval
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Focus areas include testing, acceptance and approval of portland and blended cement, other special cements, ground granulated blast furnace slag (GGBF), microsilica (silica fume), high reactivity metakaolin, fly ash, and other miscellaneous cement products. Other focus areas include research studies regarding cement and finely divided mineral applications, and methods for improving cement and finely divided mineral quality throughout the state.
https://www2.illinois.gov/business/manage-your-business/IDOT/construction-procurements
Construction Procurements
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In order to perform construction work for IDOT, contractors must first seek prequalification in specialized categories. Once prequalified, a firm is eligible to submit a bid on state and local advertised projects. If awarded the contract, the firm follows department rules and regulations until fulfillment of the contractual obligation.
https://www2.illinois.gov/business/manage-your-business/IDOT/engineering-procurements
Engineering/Architectural Procurements
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Prior to any road or bridge being constructed, the department identifies the need for specialized work. In order to work for the department in this capacity, firms must first seek prequalification in specialized categories. Once prequalified a firm is eligible to submit a statement of interest on advertised projects.
https://www2.illinois.gov/business/manage-your-business/IDOT/hot-mix-asphalt
Hot Mix Asphalt Material Approval
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Develops and maintains statewide Hot Mix Asphalt (HMA) related policies, procedures and specifications for directing implementation of the statewide HMA mixtures program. Inspects and approves hot mix asphalt plants, maintains approved lists for truck bed release agents, warm mix technologies, and reclaimed asphalt shingle processing facilities.
https://www2.illinois.gov/business/manage-your-business/IDOT/land -acquisition-procurements
Land Acquisition Procurements
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Extensive land acquisition activity is often required to complete IDOT's Multi-Year Multi-Modal Transportation Improvement Program. To accomplish the program without appreciably increasing the number of IDOT personnel or performing services for which the department does not have specialized expertise, the department utilizes outside vendors.
https://www2.illinois.gov/business/manage-your-business/IDPH/outpatient-rehab
Comprehensive Outpatient Rehab Facility Medicare Certification
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IDPH regulates Outpatient Rehab Facilities - entities that provide coordinated outpatient diagnostic, therapeutic, and restorative services, at a single fixed location, to outpatients for the rehabilitation of injured, disabled or sick individuals. Physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech-language pathology services may be provided in an off-site location.
https://www2.illinois.gov/business/manage-your-business/IDPH/end-stage-renal
End Stage Renal Dialysis Facility Medicare Certification
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IDPH certifies End Stage Renal Dialysis facilities that provide dialysis treatment or dialysis training to individuals with end stage renal disease to be eligible for Medicare reimbursement.
https://www2.illinois.gov/business/manage-your-business/IDOT/doing-business-idot
Doing Business with Illinois Dept. Transportation
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IDOT continually advertises its need for professional services, construction and specialized material needs through its "Doing Business with IDOT" site.
https://www2.illinois.gov/business/manage-your-business/IDPH/clia
Clinical Lab Improvement (CLIA) Certificates
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IDPH certifies, inspects and monitors clinical laboratories for compliance of state and federal CLIA regulations, and investigates complaints received to ensure clinical laboratory testing is accurate, effective and reliable.
https://www2.illinois.gov/business/manage-your-business/DCEO/marketing-development
Find Marketing & Product Development Assistance
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Local and regional business guides
https://www2.illinois.gov/business/manage-your-business/IEPA/lab-accreditation
IEPA Lab Accreditation Rules
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Rules and Regulations for Lab Accreditation
https://www2.illinois.gov/business/manage-your-business/IDPH/portable-x-r-certification
Portable X-Ray Medicare Certification
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Diagnostic X-ray tests (including tests furnished in a place of residence used as the patient’s home) must be under the supervision of a physician. The “residence used as the patient’s home” can include a SNF or hospital that does not provide X-ray services for its patients and arranges for these services through a portable X-ray supplier, such as a mobile unit. However, to be certified as a portable X-ray supplier, the mobile unit can neither be fixed at any one location nor permanently located in a SNF or a hospital.
https://www2.illinois.gov/business/manage-your-business/IDPH/rural-health-center-medicare
Rural Health Center Medicare Certification
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A Rural Health Clinic is a clinic that is located in a rural area designated as a shortage area, is not a rehabilitation agency or a facility primarily for the care and treatment of mental diseases, and meets all other requirements of 42 CFR 405 and 491. IDPH certifies centers so they are eligible for Medicare reimbursement.
https://www2.illinois.gov/business/manage-your-business/IDOT/special-sign-permits
Special Sign Permits
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Provides information on special sign programs that provide motorists with business identification and directional information for eligible motorist services, attractions, and tourist-oriented businesses.
https://www2.illinois.gov/business/manage-your-business/IEMA/radon-mitigation
Radon Mitigation System Tags
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Licensed radon mitigation contractors can order tags that are required to be on radon mitigation systems they install.
https://www2.illinois.gov/business/manage-your-business/IDOR/motor-fuel-refund
Motor Fuel Refund Inquiry
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View additional information on refunds related to Illinois taxes paid on motor fuel used for non-highway purposes.
https://www2.illinois.gov/business/manage-your-business/IDPH/swimming-facilities
List of Pre-Qualified Individuals/Companies - Swimming Facilities
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This list contains those individuals and companies that are deemed to be pre-qualified for the design and construction of swimming facilities in Illinois. Renewal of this certification is required annually.
https://www2.illinois.gov/business/manage-your-business/IDPH/non-community-water
Non-Community Public Water System Construction Application
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Non-community public water systems are facilities, such as schools, factories, restaurants, resorts, and churches, served by their own water supply (usually a well). These facilities are required to provide a safe and adequate supply of water under the federal Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA). Currently, there are nearly 3,800 non-community public water systems in Illinois. IDPH is responsible for assuring the compliance of non-community water systems with the SDWA.
https://www2.illinois.gov/business/manage-your-business/IDOT/metals-material-approval
Metals Material Approval
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Contractual metals and miscellaneous materials used in the State’s highway construction and maintenance programs are required by both the Federal Highway Administration and the State of Illinois Departmental Policy. In addition to materials testing the Department has several certification/qualification/approval programs requiring field inspection either at the manufacturing location or the job site.
https://www2.illinois.gov/business/manage-your-business/IDOT/precast-material-approval
Precast/Prestress Material Approval
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Focus areas include quality control/quality assurance programs for Precast Concrete and Precast Prestressed Concrete products. Provides information regarding the process and how to get materials approved.