What type of business opportunities or labor/employment opportunities exist in the Open Works Program?

There is a wide variety of business and employment opportunities for Brookline-based suppliers and residents to register into the Open Works Program to potentially support the U.S. Open Championship, including but not limited to:

COMPANY/SUPPLIER OPPORTUNITIES
RFQ TIMING
    Shuttle Bus & Transportation Services
January-February
    Hauling/Waste Removal
January-February
    Mobile Trailers, Storage Containers, Office Furniture
January-February
    Catering & Food Services (Purveyors, Distributor, Ice Vendor)
January-March
    Restrooms/Port-o-Lets
January-March
    Event Rental Equipment (Forklifts, Light Towers, Box Trucks, Cranes, etc.)
January-March
    Water Dispensers
January-March
    Utility Locates & Lightning Protection
January-March
    Audio & Visual Services
January-March
    Building & Construction Materials
January-March
    Landscaping Services/Florals
January-March
    Staffing Agency
January-April
    Towing & Wrecker Services
February-March
    Printer/Print Press/Print Shop/Signage
February-March
    Crowd Control Barriers & Bike Rack
February-March
    Traffic Control & Safety Equipment
February-March 
    Dry Cleaning & Laundry Services
March-April
    Picture/Framing Services
March-April
INDIVIDUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIESHIRING TIMING
    Private Security/Licensed Security Guard/Event Ambassadors (Staffing)
January-April
    Parking Attendants (Staffing)
January-April
    Ecology & Janitorial Services (Staffing)
January-April
    Food & Beverage Wait Staff/Server, Bartender, Food Prep, etc. (Staffing)
January-April
    Chauffeur & Transportation Operators (Staffing)
January-April


The USGA encourages businesses and individuals to register as soon as possible as specific supplier and employment opportunities within the Open Works Program are expected to fill before others. All registrations must be received by May 1, 2022, to be considered. As supplier services are contracted and labor positions are filled, the USGA will remove such listings from the portal.

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1. What is the USGA’s commitment to the Town of Brookline to establish a Priority Program for local businesses?
2. Who is the USGA working with to define the Priority Program?
3. What is the Open Works Program? How does a business or individual get involved with the U.S. Open?
4. What type of business opportunities or labor/employment opportunities exist in the Open Works Program?
5. What is the USGA doing to address supplier diversity?
6. I am looking for part-time work. How do I get involved with the U.S. Open Championship?
7. How will the U.S. Open impact my local business?
8. What is the economic impact a U.S. Open has on the local and regional communities?
9. Can I use the U.S. Open, USGA, and/or The Country Club’s logos for advertising or publicity for my business?