Client Services Contracting General Provisions

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General Provisions (GPs) are boilerplate legal provisions pertaining to a contractor’s particular legal authority which are applicable to all program funding activities included in the contract. These are basic provisions that include assurances required by law, compliance requirements, financial management standards, records and reporting requirements, funding contingency sanctions, terms and conditions of payment, and other provisions essential to contract administration.

Federal Funding Accountability and Transparency Act (FFATA) Reporting Requirements
Information pertaining to FFATA subcontractor (sub-awardee) reporting requirements are available at the above hyperlink.

Fiscal Year 2014 General Provisions

These are the two main “core” General Provision (GPs) documents for Core/Subrecipient and Core/Vendor Contracts.

These are the Red Line versions of the GPs that show the changes from FY2013 to FY2014

Fiscal Year 2013 General Provisions

These are the two main “core” General Provision (GPs) documents for Core/Subrecipient and Core/Vendor Contracts.

These are additional GP documents for Professional Services and Substance Abuse Contracts.

These are the Red Line versions of the GPs that show the changes from FY2012 to FY2013.

Fiscal Year 2012 General Provisions

These are the two main “core” General Provision (GPs) documents for Core/Subrecipient and Core/Vendor Contracts.

These are additional GP documents for Professional Services and Substance Abuse Contracts.

These are the Red Line versions of the GPs that show the changes from FY2011 to FY2012.

Protest

Contract Award Protest

A bidder, offeror, or applicant who has an allegation that DSHS failed to follow applicable statutes and rules in the procurement process may file a Contract Award Protest. If you have questions, contact the Contract Oversight and Support Section, phone (512) 776-7484.
DSHS Agency Administration Policy AA-5105, Bid Protest for Competitive Procurements and Grants, revised September 1, 2007.

Previous Fiscal Year General Provisions

Fiscal Year 2011 General Provisions

There are two main “core” GP documents. Core/Subrecipient and Core/Vendor.

  • Fiscal Year 2011 Department of State Health Services Contract General Provisions (Core/Subrecipient) 6/17/2010
  • Fiscal Year 2011 Department of State Health Services Contract General Provisions (Core/Vendor) 6/18/2010

There are two additional GP documents. Professional Services and Substance Abuse.

  • The GPs for Professional Services contracts is the Fiscal Year 2011 Department of State Health Services Contract General Provisions (Professional Services), 06/18/2010
  • The GPs for Substance Abuse contracts is the Fiscal Year 2011 Department of State Health Services Contract General Provisions, Including Substance Abuse Additional General Provisions (Substance Abuse) 06/25/2010

These are the red line versions of the GPs that show the changes from FY2010 to FY2011.

Fiscal Year 2010 General Provisions

There are two main “core” GP documents. Core/Subrecipient and Core/Vendor.

  • Fiscal Year 2010 Department of State Health Services Contract General Provisions (Core/Subrecipient) 6/17/2009
  • Fiscal Year 2010 Department of State Health Services Contract General Provisions (Core/Vendor) 6/18/2009

There are two additional GP documents. Professional Services and Substance Abuse.

  • The GPs for Professional Services contracts is the Fiscal Year 2010 Department of State Health Services Contract General Provisions (Professional Services), 06/18/2009
  • The GPs for Substance Abuse contracts is the Fiscal Year 2010 Department of State Health Services Contract General Provisions, Including Substance Abuse Additional General Provisions (Substance Abuse) 06/25/09

These are the red line versions of the GPs that show the changes from FY2009 to FY2010.

Fiscal Year 2009 General Provisions

There are two main “core” General Provision (GP) documents:

  • Fiscal Year 2009 Department of State Health Services Contract General Provisions (Core/Subrecipient) (272 KB, PDF), revised 9/10/2008

The core GP for Professional contracts is the Fiscal Year 2009 Department of State Health Services Contract General Provisions (Professional Services) (185 KB, PDF), revised 6/23/08.

The core GP for Substance Abuse contracts is the Fiscal Year 2009 Department of State Health Services Contract General Provisions, Including Substance Abuse Additional General Provisions (Substance Abuse) (267KB PDF), revised 9/19/08.

Fiscal Year 2008 General Provisions

Many DSHS contracts that have a start date of July 1, 2007, and all DSHS contracts that have a start date of August 1, 2007 and thereafter, will include the revised DSHS GPs. These GPs have multiple formats.

There are two main "core" GP documents:

  • Fiscal Year 2008 Performance Contract General Provisions (Core/Subrecipient) (471 KB, PDF), revised 6/12/2007. The General Provisions (Subrecipient) Index is included in the GP.
  • Fiscal Year 2008 Performance Contract General Provisions (Core/Vendor) (422 KB, PDF), revised 6/20/07. The General Provisions (Vendor) Index is included in the GP.

The core GP for Substance Abuse contracts is the Fiscal Year 2008 Performance Contract General Provisions (Substance Abuse) (378KB PDF), revised 9/18/07.

The core GP for Professional contracts is the Fiscal Year 2008 Performance Contract General Provisions (Professional Services) (288KB PDF), revised 6/20/07.

Please direct questions about the general provisions in an existing contract to your program contact or send email to CSCU Customer Support. Please direct questions about the new versions to the Office of General Counsel at (512) 458-7236.

Fiscal Year 2007 General Provision

Go to the Fiscal Year 2007 General Provisions web page for links to the previous GPs.

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Last updated September 06, 2013