UOSA

AcronymDefinition
UOSAUniversity of Oklahoma Student Association (Norman, OK)
UOSAUse of System Agreement (energy contract; various nations)
UoSAUniversity of South Australia (also seen as UNISA)
UOSAUpper Occoquan Sewerage Authority (Fairfax County, VA)
UOSAUniversity of St. Andrews (UK)
UOSAUniversity of Minnesota OIT (Office of Information Technology) Security and Assurance
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Pursuant to the service agreement (the agreement) between UOSA and its members, UOSA agrees to collect and treat wastewater flows from its members while billing them no less than quarterly for authority operating, debt service, and replacement expenses.
If the DSRF falls below the required reserve amount (defined to be MADS), UOSA may replenish the DSRF from available RMF moneys, which would also trigger billings to members for their allocated replenishment portion of the RMF (based on plant capacity allocations, discussed below).
The service agreement does not obligate, require, or restrict the rights of the members to establish any priority for the UOSA payments relative to the members' own system expenses or obligations, and the step-up provisions are considered to be somewhat weaker than other comparable legal structures, where members are required to directly make up debt service shortfalls prior to tapping a DSRF (or supplemental reserve).
Should the DSRF fall below the required reserve amount, UOSA may replenish the DSRF from available reserve maintenance fund (RMF) monies, which would also trigger billings to members for their allocated replenishment portion of the RMF.
Another credit consideration is that there is no restriction or required designation of priority for member payments to UOSA within the member system's own flow of funds.
Since its creation, UOSA has experienced nearly continuous stages of expansion, but after completion of its 12-year CIP (totaling $414 million), limited expansion should be required through build out.
Should the DSRF fall below the required reserve amount, UOSA may replenish the DSRF from available RMF monies, which would also trigger billings to members for their allocated replenishment portion of the RMF.
Since its creation, UOSA has experienced nearly continuous stages of expansion, but after completion of the current CIP limited expansion should be required through build out.