UOSA

AcronymDefinition
UOSAUniversity of Minnesota OIT (Office of Information Technology) Security and Assurance
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)
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UOSA was created by its four members to acquire, construct, operate and maintain sewage pollution abatement facilities to protect the Occoquan Watershed and facilitate regional water supply.
The rating on UOSA's bonds is driven by the strong quality of UOSA's two largest members: Fairfax County (sewer system revenue bonds rated AAA by Fitch), and Prince William County Service Authority (PWCSA; not publicly rated).
IMPORTANT REGIONAL SERVICE PROVIDER: UOSA was created by its four members to acquire, construct, operate and maintain sewage pollution abatement facilities to protect the Occoquan Watershed and facilitate regional water supply.
STRONG MEMBER CREDIT QUALITY: The rating on UOSA's bonds is driven by the strong quality of UOSA's two largest members: Fairfax County (sewer system revenue bonds rated AAA by Fitch), and Prince William County Service Authority (PWCSA; not publicly rated).
HEALTHY SERVICE AREA CHARACTERISTICS: The UOSA members serve the economically deep and diverse suburban communities of the southwestern Washington D.C.
UOSA provides wastewater treatment service to approximately 300,000 residents located within the Occoquan River drainage basin, which serves as a significant drinking water source for roughly two million residents of northern Virginia.
UOSA's four member agencies are Fairfax County and Prince William County (both county's GO bonds are rated 'AAA') and the cities of Manassas and Manassas Park.
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 capital replacement expenses.
If the DSR falls below the required reserve amount, UOSA may replenish it from available RMF moneys, which would also trigger billings to members for their allocated replenishment portion of the RMF equivalent to a specific allocation of treatment capacity at UOSA's plant.