Quincy IL ISO Expert & Management Consulting
MSG provides these ISO and Management Consulting services in Quincy IL:
- OHSAS 18001 and ISO 45001
- ISO 9001 quality system standards
- AS9100 for aerospace
- Custom Onsite ISO Training
- ISO Transition Training & Auditing
- Online Training
- ISO/TS 16949 world automotive quality standards
- ISO / TS 16949 Core Tools
- ISO 13485 medical device design and manufacturing
- SPICE (Automotive SPICE Based on ISO 15504)
- EICC Requirements
- BS7799 information security management
- CMMI (Capability Maturity Model Integrated)
- SA 8000
- ISO/IEC 17025 for laboratories
- ISO 14001 environmental management system
Quincy/Adams County Enterprise Zone Program
In the 2012-2013 FY, the Department processed 152 applications for new construction or rehabilitation projects that resulted in $32,936,233 in improvements.
Tax Increment Financing Program
Tax Increment Financing (TIF) is a method of funding public investment in an area slated for redevelopment by capturing, for a time, all of the increased tax revenue that may result if the redevelopment stimulates private investment. As private investments add to the tax base within the redevelopment area, the increase tax revenues are placed in a special fund that can only be used for public purpose permitted by law.
Downtown II Tax Increment Financing Redevelopment Plan & Program
Please see this page for information on the proposed Quincy Downtown II TIF Program.
Energy Efficiency Loan Program
Please see this page for information on the new Energy Efficiency Loan Program for the Historic Quincy Business District.
Economic Development Loan Program
Since 1984, the Economic Development Loan Committee has approved 85 projects for 59 companies for a total loan value of approximately $26,836,000. Projected total jobs created since 1984 are 2622 with 2280 jobs retained.
Central Business District Revolving Loan Fund (CBDRLF)
Low interest loans are available to persons wanting to acquire properties and establish a business in the Central Business District. Since 1995, 25 loans have been approved totaling $2,858,528.
From time to time and under special qualifying circumstances, the Department will assist the business developer with grant applications to the Community Development Assistance Program (CDAP) and grants offered by the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity (DCEO). For more information regarding these grant programs, please contact Tom Fentem at 217-228-4515.