Client Services Procurement
Contains client services contract information including contacts, FAQ, forms, documents, General Provisions, links to laws and regulations, and links to general funding information. Formerly Contract Policy & Monitoring Division, Formerly Grants Management Division.
Contract Oversight and Support Section (COS)
The mission of the COS is to develop, direct, and support exemplary agency-wide contract administration to provide quality services improving health and well-being in Texas.
Contractor Board Training
Watch this helpful video on nonprofit board member training.
What Every Non-Profit Board Member Needs to Know
Contractor’s Financial Procedures Manual (CFPM)
Serves as a guidebook for DSHS subrecipient contractors and lower tier subrecipients of DSHS subrecipient contractors that are required to comply with Uniform Grant Management Standards (UGMS) and Federal financial management regulations. The CFPM does not apply to Mental Health Performance Contracts with local mental health authorities.
Electronic Information Resources Products
Information for vendors who develop Web sites and other Web products
Financial Management Q&A (87K Word)
Answers to DSHS Subrecipient Contractor questions with regarding financial management.
Minority and Women Owned Business Initiatives
Information for vendors about Historically Underutilized Business (HUB) certification and business opportunities.
Performance Contracts – Mental Health
Performance Contract documents. Provided in Adobe Acrobat (PDF) format.
The Quality Management Branch is responsible for assuring that contractors funded by DSHS meet standards and requirements of the department. Staff of the Branch also assist contractors in identifying opportunities and avenues to improve services.
Quality Management – Mental Health
Evaluates and promotes quality and accountability within the Community MHMR System.
Single Audit Determination Form – HHSC OIG
Designed to assist Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC) in determining whether a subrecipient of federal/state funds should have a Single Audit conducted and submitted to HHSC.
Subcontracting – Subrecipient vs Vendor Q&A
Answers to subrecipient contractor questions about determining whether a subcontract is a subrecipient or vendor transaction.