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1 EXHIBIT A SPECIAL PROVISIONS The following provisions supplement or modify the provisions of Items 1 through 9 of the Integrated Standard Contract, as provided herein: A-1. ENGAGEMENT, TERM AND CONTRACT DOCUMENT Page 3, Integrated Contract 2016, Section , is hereby added to read: Additional Definitions as Specified in Section 1.4.1, Integrated Contract The following definitions apply in addition to those referenced in Section Board of Governors Governing body for the State University System of Florida, which includes all public universities in the State of Florida Community-Based Care Lead Agency (CBC) A not-for-profit or government agency with which the Department contracts for the delivery of foster care and related services Contract Manager The Department employee, identified in the Integrated Contract, Section , responsible for enforcing the compliance with administrative and programmatic terms and conditions of the contract. The Contract Manager is the primary point of contact through which all contracting information flows between the Department and the Provider. The Contract Manager is responsible for the day-to-day contract oversight, including approval of contract deliverables and invoices. All actions related to the contract shall be initiated by or coordinated with the Contract Manager. See section , Florida Statutes (F.S) Florida College System System comprised of all 28 community and state colleges in the State of Florida, housed under the Florida Department of Education Florida Department of Education (DOE) Serves as the single repository of education data from school districts, state and community colleges, universities, and independent postsecondary institutions. Their mission is to increase the proficiency of all students within one seamless, efficient system, by providing them with the opportunity to expand their knowledge and skills through learning opportunities and research valued by students, parents, and communities, and to maintain an accountability system that measures student progress Independent Living An array of services offered to eligible former foster youth. Service administration fall within the following categories: Extended Foster Care (EFC), Postsecondary Education Services and Support (PESS), Road to Independence (RTI) and Aftercare Services Positive Pathways Initiative developed to improve postsecondary outcomes and career transitions for former foster youth through a structured support Postsecondary A reference to college education, either State or University Provider Representative The Provider Representative identified in the Integrated Contract, Section , is the sole point of contact for the Department s Contract Manager for all issues related to the contract. The sole point of contact and administration of the program responsibilities include, but are not limited to, submission of accurate and timely deliverables and reports, submission of accurate and timely invoices, management of the project to ensure that all the specified tasks and activities are thoroughly and timely completed, assignment and supervision of staff, participation in all conference calls and on-site and off-site meetings with the Contract Manager Tuition and Fee Exemption Former foster youth that meet the eligibility criteria in section F.S. receive exemption from paying tuition and fees. Integrated Contract Contract No.

2 A-2. STATEMENT OF WORK There are no additional provisions to this section of the Integrated Contract. A-3. PAYMENT, INVOICE AND RELATED TERMS There are no additional provisions to this section of the Integrated Contract. A-4. GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS GOVERNING PERFORMANCE There are no additional provisions to this section of the Integrated Contract. A-5. RECORDS, AUDITS AND DATA SECURITY There are no additional provisions to this section of the Integrated Contract. A-6. PENALTIES, TERMINATION AND DISPUTE RESOLUTION There are no additional provisions to this section of the Integrated Contract. A-7. OTHER TERMS A-8. There are no additional provisions to this section of the Integrated Contract. Integrated Contract Contract No.

3 EXHIBIT B - SCOPE OF WORK B-1 SCOPE OF SERVICE B-1.1 Authority Subsection 20.19(1)(c), F.S., authorizes the Department to contract for these services. B-2 MAJOR CONTRACT GOALS The major goal of this contract is purchasing services to coordinate, develop, and maintain a network of postsecondary campusbased support initiatives across the Florida public college and university system. SERVICE AREA/LOCATIONS/TIMES B-2.1 Services will be rendered statewide. B-2.2 The Provider s administrative offices shall be located at the address specified in the Integrated Contract, Section B-2.3 The Provider shall notify the Contract Manager, in writing, thirty (30) calendar days in advance of any changes in the street or mailing address, telephone number, electronic mail address, or facsimile number that affects the Department s ability to contact the Provider. B-3 CLIENTS TO BE SERVED Not Applicable. B-4 CLIENT ELIGIBILITY Not Applicable. B-5 CLIENT DETERMINATION Not Applicable. B-6 EQUIPMENT B-7.1 No equipment or property shall be purchased with these contract funds. The Provider shall furnish sufficient equipment and supplies to deliver the described services. B-7 CONTRACT LIMITS The Provider recognizes and agrees that any and all work performed without specific direction from the Department shall be deemed gratuitous and not subject to charge by the Provider or compensation by the Department. Integrated Contract Contract No.

4 EXHIBIT C - TASK LIST The Provider shall perform all functions necessary for the proper delivery of services including, but not limited to, the following: C-1 SERVICE TASKS C-1.1 The Provider shall perform the following tasks and document completion of described tasks by completing and delivering all reports and deliverables as specified in Section C and Section D.2.1. C The Provider shall collaborate with the Department, Department of Education (DOE), Board of Governors and Florida College System to establish dedicated campus coaches for those students eligible for the Tuition and Fee Exemption as outlined in s (c) and (d), Florida Statutes to include, but not limited to: C Conducting research on postsecondary campus-based support programs to develop a State of Florida Model. C Analyzing data as required in s , F.S. and establish outcome measures related to postsecondary education completion and independent living skills. C The Provider shall develop procedures for new member orientation to support the retention of the Positive Pathway Network to include, but not limited to: C Establishing qualifications and guidelines for members in conjunction with the Department; C Coordinating monthly conference calls to include members of a network dedicated to creating positive pathways for transitioning youth and improving postsecondary outcomes; C Recruiting new positive pathway network members. The network should be comprised of but not limited to campus coaches, Independent Living Specialists, Educational Liaisons, representatives from the Department, DOE, Board of Governors and Florida College System; and C Maintaining member roster and information. C The Provider shall provide technical assistance, training and guidance to members, community stakeholders, and former foster youth to include, but not limited to: C Developing quarterly newsletters; C Developing, advertising and maintaining a webpage for former foster youth eligible for Tuition and Fee Exemption; C Developing and coordinating web trainings; C Collaborating with any pertinent Department contractors; and C Assessing ongoing educational needs and assistance as necessary. C The Provider shall organize and deliver a yearly conference for members of the Positive Pathway Network, along with their stakeholders. Training sessions should cover topics of interest in both the postsecondary and child welfare areas, as it pertains to working with former foster youth. Integrated Contract Contract No.

5 C-2 ADMINISTRATIVE TASKS C-2.1 Staffing C Staffing Levels C The Provider shall maintain an administrative organizational structure and staff sufficient to perform the contractual responsibilities of this contract. C The Provider shall maintain the following full-time equivalent positions to consistently and reliably provide the required services. # Position Title % FTE C Provider Representative Position: The Provider shall have a representative assigned to administer all aspects of the contract as specified in the Integrated Contract, Section C Staffing Changes C Upon change or vacancy in any of the staff positions specified in Section C above, the Provider shall notify the Contract Manager, in writing, within five (5) calendar days of the change or vacancy. C Upon change in the Provider Representative identified in Section 1.2.3, Integrated Contract, the Provider shall immediately notify the Contract Manager, in writing, of the change. C-2.2 Professional Qualifications C The Provider shall be responsible for the staff affiliated with this contract, insuring that they have the education, any professional licensure or certification which may be required by law, and experience necessary to successfully carry out their duties. The Provider will keep the Department updated with resumes of all staff paid for by this contract. C-2.3 Subcontracting C This contract does not allow the Provider to subcontract for the provision of any services under this contract. Integrated Contract Contract No.

6 C-2.4 Records and Documentation C The Provider shall maintain and deliver the following records and completed documentation to the contract manager, as required: ADMINISTRATIVE DOCUMENTS # Title Due Date # Copies Contents 1. Civil Rights Compliance Checklist Due on or prior to contract begin 1 hard Form CF-0946 date 2. Statement of No Involvement Due on or prior to contract begin 1 hard Form CF 1130 date 3. Certification Regarding Debarment Due on or prior to contract begin 1 hard Form CF 1125 date 4. Authorized Signature Authority for the Provider s Representative to Sign Contract Due on or prior to contract begin date 1 hard Authorized Signature Authority for the Provider s Representative to sign contract 5. Authorized Signature Authority for the Provider s Representative to Sign Invoices Due on or prior to contract begin date 6. General Liability Insurance Due on or prior to contract begin date and annually thereafter 7. Upon staff employment by the Security Agreement Form Provider and Annually thereafter FEDERAL DOCUMENTS 8. Federal Funding Accountability Due on or prior to contract begin and Transparency Act (FFATA) date FISCAL DOCUMENTS 1 hard Authorized Signature Authority for the Provider s Representative to Sign Invoices 1 hard Certificate of Insurance 1 hard Form CF hard Form CF Financial and Compliance Audit See Attachment See See Attachment Attachment 10. Request for Payment By the 15 th calendar day of the month for the previous month 1 electronic See Attachment C All source documents or supporting documentation used to determine compliance with deliverables; and C Copies of travel logs and requests for reimbursement for staff travel. Authorization to Incur Travel DFS-AA-13 Voucher for Reimbursement of Traveling Expenses DFS-AA-15. Integrated Contract Contract No.

7 C-2.5 Reports (programmatic and to support payment) C The Provider shall maintain and deliver the following reports to the contract manager to document the completion of deliverables as specified in Section D-1 that shall be received by the contract manager prior to or concurrent with the Request for Payment and approved by the contract manager prior to authorizing payment in accordance with the listed schedule. If the due date for a report falls on a State of Florida approved holiday or weekend, the report will be due the next business day. # Title Due Date to Contract Manager 1. Performance Measure 15 th calendar day of each Compliance Report month for previous month s activities # Copies Contents 1 Electronic copy See Attachment C Acceptance of required reports shall constitute a separate act and must be approved by the Contract Manager as such. The Department reserves the right to reject reports as incomplete, inadequate, or unacceptable according to the limits set forth in this contract. The Provider shall, without additional compensation, correct or revise any incomplete, inadequate, or unacceptable reports. C The Provider shall work with the Department to ensure the reliability of data collected through established reporting formats appropriate to the program. C The Department, at its option, may allow additional time for the Provider to remedy the objections noted by the Department, or the Department may, after giving the Provider a reasonable opportunity to make a report complete, adequate, or acceptable to the Department declare this contract to be in default. C Extensions of due dates for reports, documents, and deliverables as outlined in this contract shall be granted to the Provider upon prior written request from the Provider and with approval by the contract manager. C-3 STANDARD CONTRACT REQUIREMENTS C-3.1 The Provider shall perform all acts required by Sections 4, 5, 7, 8 and 9 of the Integrated Contract. Integrated Contract Contract No.

8 EXHIBIT D DELIVERABLES D-1 SERVICE UNIT D-1.1 A unit of service is described in Sections F1, Method of Payment. Each unit of service shall be delivered in accordance with the terms and conditions of this contract and performed in a manner acceptable to the Department. D-2 DELIVERABLES D-2.1 The Provider shall maintain and deliver the following to the Contract Manager to document the completion of deliverables. Documentation of the completed deliverable shall be received by the Contract Manager by the listed due date and prior to the Request for Payment for approval by the Contract Manager prior to authorizing payment. If the due date falls on a State of Florida approved holiday or weekend, the deliverable documentation will be due the next state business day. # Title Due Date to Contract Manager 1. Establish dedicated campus coaches for students eligible for the Tuition and Fee Exemption Report Section C New Member Orientation Information Report Section C Technical Assistance Report Section C Positive Pathway Network s Annual Conference Report Section C By the 15 th calendar day of each month for the previous month By the 15 th calendar day of each month for the previous month By the 15 th calendar day of each month for the previous month By the 15 th calendar day of each month for the previous month # Copies Contents 1 Electronic copy and 1 hard copy 1 Electronic copy and 1 hard copy 1 Electronic copy and 1 hard copy 1 Electronic copy and 1 hard copy The Provider shall: 1. Conduct research on postsecondary campus-based support programs to develop a State of Florida Model. 2. Analyze data as required in s , F.S. and establish outcome measures related to postsecondary education completion and independent living skills. The Provider shall develop procedures for new member orientation to support the retention of the Positive Pathway Network to include, but not limited to: 1. Establishing qualifications and guidelines for members in conjunction with the Department; 2. Coordinating monthly conference calls to include members of a network dedicated to creating positive pathways for transitioning youth and improving postsecondary outcomes; 3. Recruiting new positive pathway network members. The network should be comprised of, but not limited to campus coaches, Independent Living Specialists, Educational Liaisons, representatives from Department, DOE, Board of Governors and Florida College System; and 4. Maintaining member roster and information. The Provider shall provide technical assistance, training and guidance to members, community stakeholders, and former foster youth to include, but not limited to: 1. Developing quarterly newsletters; 2. Developing, advertising and maintaining a webpage for former foster youth eligible for Tuition and Fee Exemption; 3. Developing and coordinating web trainings; 4. Collaboration with any pertinent Department contractors; and 5. Assessing ongoing educational needs and assistance as necessary. The Provider shall organize and deliver a yearly conference for members of the Positive Pathway Network, along with their stakeholders. Training sessions should cover topics of interest in both the postsecondary and child welfare areas, as it pertains to working with former foster youth. Integrated Contract Contract No.

9 D-2.2 The Department reserves the right to reject reports, documents and/or deliverables as incomplete, inadequate, or unacceptable according to the limits set forth in this contract. The Provider shall, without additional compensation, correct or revise any incomplete, inadequate, or unacceptable reports, documents and/or deliverables. D-3 MINIMUM LEVEL OF SERVICE FOR DELIVERABLES D-3.1 The minimum level of service for each deliverable shall be: D Delivered by the dates set out in Section D-2.1. D Evidence of proper completion of each deliverable through submission of required documentation set out in Section D-2.1. D Compliance with Section D-2.2, as applicable. Integrated Contract Contract No.

10 EXHIBIT E MINIMUM PERFORMANCE MEASURES E-1 MINIMUM PERFORMANCE MEASURES E-1.1 For Minimum Performance Measures, see Attachment 1, Performance Measure Compliance Report. E-2 PERFORMANCE EVALUATION METHODOLOGY E-2.1 Mathematical Formula - For Mathematical Formula, see Attachment 1, Performance Measure Compliance Report. E-2.2 Collection Methodology - For Collection Methodology, see Attachment 1, Performance Measure Compliance Report. E-2.3 Performance Standards Statement Performance Standards Statement: By execution of this contract, the Provider hereby acknowledges and agrees that its performance under the contract must meet the standards set forth above and will be bound by the conditions set forth in this contract. If the Provider fails to meet these standards, the Department will impose financial consequences as outlined in Exhibit F1. If performance deficiencies are not resolved to the satisfaction of the Department within a reasonable period, not to exceed six (6) months, and if no extenuating circumstances can be documented by the Provider to the Department s satisfaction, the Department must terminate the contract. The Department has the sole authority to determine whether there are extenuating or mitigating circumstances. Integrated Contract Contract No.

11 EXHIBIT F - METHOD OF PAYMENT F-1 FIXED PRICE F-1.1 This is a fixed price (unit cost) contract. The Department will pay the Provider for the delivery of service units provided in accordance with the terms and conditions of this contract for a total contract amount not to exceed $131,000.00, subject to the availability of funds. F-1.2 This contract is funded by and subject to annual legislative appropriations and Department approval for continued funding with the Provider for services. The annual funding levels, subject to the availability of funds, are as follows: State Fiscal Year (SFY) Funding Level SFY $100, Total $100, F-1.3 For the period of November 1, 2016 through March 31, 2017, the Department will pay for the service units at the unit prices and limits listed below for statewide association support services, subject to availability of funds: # Service Units for SFY Unit Price # of Units Total 1. Completion and delivery of the Establish dedicated campus TBD TBD TBD coaches for students eligible for the Tuition and Fee Exemption Report Section C Completion and delivery of the New Member Orientation TBD TBD TBD Information Report Section C Completion and delivery of Technical Assistance Report TBD TBD TBD Section C Completion and delivery of the Positive Pathway Network s Annual Conference Report Section C TBD TBD TBD TOTAL for SFY $100, F-2 INVOICE REQUIREMENTS F-2.1 The Provider shall request payment on a monthly basis through submission of a properly completed invoice, Monthly Request for Payment, Attachment 2, within fifteen (15) calendar days following the end of the month for which payment is being requested. F-2.2 Payments may be authorized only for service units and expenses on the invoice, which are in accord with the above list, and other terms and conditions of this contract. The service units and expenses for which payment is requested may not either by themselves, or cumulatively by totaling service units or expenses on previous invoices, exceed the total number of units and expenses authorized by this contract. F-2.4 Notwithstanding the provisions of s (1), F.S., the Department shall have ten (10) working days to inspect and approve the Request for Payment. F-3 RESTRICTION OF EXPENDITURES F-4.1 Items expressly prohibited from purchase with these contract funds include but are not limited to items such as: flowers, awards or plaques, meals (excluding meals associated with travel per Chapter 112, F.S.) including bottled water, snacks, refreshments, entertainment, and promotional items that do not have a specific statutory authority including but not limited to ribbons and wrist bands. F-4 EXPENDITURE REQUIREMENTS F-5.1 Expenditures shall meet the minimum requirements established by the Department of Financial Services, Division of Accounting and Auditing, Bureau of Auditing, Reference Guide for State Expenditures, which is available at the Department of Financial Services web site. Integrated Contract Contract No.

12 EXHIBIT F1 ADDITIONAL FINANCIAL CONSEQUENCES The following financial consequences apply in addition to the Financial Consequences provided in Section 6.1 of this Contract F1-1 FINANCIAL CONSEQUENCES F1-1.1 In addition to the financial penalties set out in Rule , F.A.C, for failure to comply with a requirement for corrective action, the Department shall assess financial consequences if the Provider is not in compliance with any of the following contract requirements. F Failure to submit an invoice by the deadline as specified in Section 3.3, Invoices, and Section F-2, Method of Payment. Financial consequences shall be equal to a reduction of $10.00 per day for each business day for failure to submit an invoice as specified. F Failure to submit a report and/or deliverable by the deadline as specified in Section C-2.5.1, Reports, and D-2.1, Deliverables. Financial consequences shall be equal to a reduction of $10.00 per day for each business day for failure to submit a report and/or deliverable as specified. F Failure to submit an acceptable report and/or deliverable as specified in Section C-2.5.1, Reports, and D-2.1, Deliverables, that contains accurate and complete information or data. The Department shall send written notice to the Provider and give the Provider five (5) business days to remedy the failure. If the Provider fails to remedy within five (5) business days, the Department shall assess financial consequences of $10.00/day for each business day the Provider is not in compliance with the submission of an acceptable report, document or deliverable. Notwithstanding the initial five (5) state business day s time frame to submit a corrected acceptable report, document or deliverable, financial consequences shall be assessed until the date of receipt of an acceptable report, document or deliverable. The time frame for the Department s inspection and review of a corrected report, document or deliverable shall not be included in the assessment of financial consequences. F1-1.2 The Provider shall reflect such deductions for financial consequences on the monthly invoice applicable to the assessment of financial consequences. Failure to reflect such deductions in an invoice shall constitute grounds for the Department to reject the invoice or for the Department to deduct such financial consequences from any payment due to the Provider. The calculations and conclusions of any financial consequences deducted by the Department on an invoice shall be provided to the Provider. F1-1.3 In the event that noncompliance was the result of extenuating circumstances beyond the control of the Provider, the Department will consider waiving or reducing the financial consequences under the following circumstances: F The Provider shall attest to and document the extenuating circumstance to the contract manager by the specified due date. The written request shall detail the steps the Provider put into place to promote the timely submission and/or acceptable completion, reason for the noncompliance, proposed correction for the noncompliance including the steps that the Provider will take to avoid a future recurrence of such noncompliance. F Submission of said attestation to the contract manager documenting the extenuating circumstance beyond the control of the Provider shall not be construed to mean acceptance by the Department. Acceptance of the extenuating circumstance shall constitute a separate act and must be approved by the contract manager as such. The contract manager will advise the Provider following receipt of the attestation whether the request for a waiver or reduction of financial consequences is approved. F Barring Department acceptance of extenuating circumstances beyond the control of the Provider, the Department may assess financial consequences against the Provider for each separate occurrence of noncompliance. F Extenuating circumstances will not be considered for the late submission of the June and/or Final invoice as described in Section 3.3, Invoices, and Section F-2, Method of Payment. F1-1.4 Financial consequences paid under this provision shall not be paid from contract funds, shall not be charged as a contract expense and shall not reduce funds available for the delivery of services under this contract. Integrated Contract Contract No.

13 ATTACHMENT 1 Monthly Performance Compliance Report Reporting Period From: to # Performance Measure Collection Methodology % Compliance for the Month % Completion and delivery of the Establish dedicated campus coaches for students eligible for the Tuition and Fee Exemption Report Section C % Completion and delivery of the New Member Orientation Information Report Section C % Completion and delivery of Technical Assistance Report Section C % Completion and delivery of the Positive Pathway Network s Annual Conference Report Section C The Provider shall: 1. Conduct research on postsecondary campus-based support programs to develop a State of Florida Model. 2. Analyze data as required in s , F.S. and establish outcome measures related to postsecondary education completion and independent living skills. The Provider shall develop procedures for new member orientation to support the retention of the Positive Pathway Network to include, but not limited to: 1. Establishing qualifications and guidelines for members in conjunction with the Department; 2. Coordinating monthly conference calls to include members of a network dedicated to creating positive pathways for transitioning youth and improving postsecondary outcomes; 3. Recruiting new positive pathway network members. The network should be comprised of, but not limited to campus coaches, Independent Living Specialists, Educational Liaisons, representatives from Department, DOE, Board of Governors and Florida College System; and Maintaining member roster and information. The Provider shall provide technical assistance, training and guidance to members, community stakeholders, and former foster youth to include, but not limited to: 1. Developing quarterly newsletters; 2. Developing, advertising and maintaining a webpage for former foster youth eligible for Tuition and Fee Exemption; 3. Developing and coordinating web trainings; 4. Collaboration with any pertinent Department contractors; and 5. Assessing ongoing educational needs and assistance as necessary. The Provider shall organize and deliver a yearly conference for members of the Positive Pathway Network, along with their stakeholders. Training sessions should cover topics of interest in both the postsecondary and child welfare areas, as it pertains to working with former foster youth. Financial Consequences (FC) Financial Consequences in the amount of $12.50 will be assessed each day following the due date for this deliverable specified in the deliverables table in Exhibit D until the report is submitted to the Department. Financial Consequences in the amount of $12.50 will be assessed each day following the due date for this deliverable specified in the deliverables table in Exhibit D until the report is submitted to the Department. Financial Consequences in the amount of $12.50 will be assessed each day following the due date for this deliverable specified in the deliverables table in Exhibit D until the report is submitted to the Department. Financial Consequences in the amount of $12.50 will be assessed each day following the due date for this deliverable specified in the deliverables table in Exhibit D until the report is submitted to the Department. FC Applied Signature: Date: Integrated Contract Contract No.

14 ATTACHMENT 2 REQUEST FOR PAYMENT State Fiscal Year PROVIDER NAME: ADDRESS: INVOICE #: VENDOR NUMBER: CONTRACT #: TELEPHONE: In accordance with the contract, all required reports must be submitted by the required due dates prior to the submission of this Request for Payment. If required reports or this Request for Payment were not submitted by the required due dates or did not meet the described content requirements, financial consequences will be applied by the contract manager. # UNIT OF SERVICE UNIT PRICE # UNITS DELIVERED AMOUNT REQUESTED 1. Establish dedicated campus coaches for students eligible for the Tuition and Fee Exemption Report Section C New Member Orientation Information Report Section C Technical Assistance Report Section C Positive Pathway Network s Annual Conference Report Section C TBD $ TBD $ TBD $ TBD $ TOTAL AMOUNT REQUESTED $ I CERTIFY THAT THIS REQUEST FOR PAYMENT IS AN ACCURATE REFLECTION OF THE ACTIVITIES FOR THIS PERIOD, THAT THE AMOUNT REQUESTED IS ONLY FOR ALLOWABLE EXPENDITURES SPECIFIED IN THE LINE ITEM BUDGET USED TO ESTABLISH THE UNIT COST OF THESE SERVICES, AND THAT ALL EXPENDITURES ARE DIRECTLY RELATED TO THE PURPOSES OF THIS CONTRACT. Original Authorizing Signature Title Date FOR DEPARTMENT USE ONLY DATE SERVICES PROVIDED: DATE DELIVERABLE RECEIVED: DATE DELIVERABLE REVIEWED & APPROVED BY CONTRACT MANAGER: DATE INVOICE RECEIVED: DATE PAYMENT APPROVED: AUTHORIZING SIGNATURE: TITLE: Contract Manage TELEPHONE: FOR DEPARTMENT USE ONLY OCA: AMOUNT: OCA: AMOUNT: OCA: AMOUNT: TOTAL AUTHORIZED: Integrated Contract Contract No.

15 ATTACHMENT 3 The administration of resources awarded by the Department of Children & Families to the provider may be subject to audits as described in this attachment. MONITORING In addition to reviews of audits conducted in accordance with OMB Uniform Guidance: Cost Principles, Audit, and Administrative Requirements for Federal Awards (also known as the OMB Uniform Guidance), Section and Section , F.S., as revised, the Department may monitor or conduct oversight reviews to evaluate compliance with contract, management and programmatic requirements. Such monitoring or other oversight procedures may include, but not be limited to, on-site visits by Department staff, limited scope audits as defined by OMB Uniform Guidance, Section , as revised, or other procedures. By entering into this agreement, the recipient agrees to comply and cooperate with any monitoring procedures deemed appropriate by the Department. In the event the Department determines that a limited scope audit of the recipient is appropriate, the recipient agrees to comply with any additional instructions provided by the Department regarding such audit. The recipient further agrees to comply and cooperate with any inspections, reviews, investigations, or audits deemed necessary by the Department s inspector general, the state s Chief Financial Officer or the Auditor General. AUDITS PART I: FEDERAL REQUIREMENTS This part is applicable if the recipient is a State or local government or a non-profit organization as defined in OMB Uniform Guidance, Section , as revised. In the event the recipient expends $500,000 ($750,000 for fiscal years beginning on or after December 26, 2014) or more in Federal awards during its fiscal year, the recipient must have a single or program-specific audit conducted in accordance with the provisions of OMB 133 Uniform Guidance, Section , as revised. The recipient agrees to provide a copy of the single audit to the Department s Single Audit Unit and its contract manager. In the event the recipient expends less than $500,000 in Federal awards during its fiscal year, the recipient agrees to provide certification to the Department s Single Audit Unit and its contract manager that a single audit was not required. In determining the Federal awards expended during its fiscal year, the recipient shall consider all sources of Federal awards, including Federal resources received from the Department of Children & Families, Federal government (direct), other state agencies, and other non-state entities. The determination of amounts of Federal awards expended should be in accordance with guidelines established by OMB Uniform Guidance, Section , as revised. An audit of the recipient conducted by the Auditor General in accordance with the provisions of OMB Uniform Guidance, Section , as revised, will meet the requirements of this part. In connection with the above audit requirements, the recipient shall fulfill the requirements relative to auditee responsibilities as provided in Section of OMB Uniform Guidance, as revised. The schedule of expenditures should disclose the expenditures by contract number for each contract with the Department in effect during the audit period. The financial statements should disclose whether or not the matching requirement was met for each applicable contract. All questioned costs and liabilities due the Department shall be fully disclosed in the audit report package with reference to the specific contract number. PART II: STATE REQUIREMENTS This part is applicable if the recipient is a nonstate entity as defined by Section (2), Florida Statutes. In the event the recipient expends $500,000 or more in state financial assistance during its fiscal year, the recipient must have a State single or project-specific audit conducted in accordance with Section , Florida Statutes; applicable rules of the Department of Financial Services; and Chapters (local governmental entities) or (nonprofit and for-profit organizations), Rules of the CF 1120 Effective July 2015 (CF ) Integrated Contract Contract No.

16 Auditor General. The recipient agrees to provide a copy of the single audit to the Department s Single Audit Unit and its contract manager. In the event the recipient expends less than $500,000 in State financial assistance during its fiscal year, the recipient agrees to provide certification to the Department s Single Audit Unit and its contract manager that a single audit was not required. In determining the state financial assistance expended during its fiscal year, the recipient shall consider all sources of state financial assistance, including state financial assistance received from the Department of Children & Families, other state agencies, and other nonstate entities. State financial assistance does not include Federal direct or pass-through awards and resources received by a nonstate entity for Federal program matching requirements. In connection with the audit requirements addressed in the preceding paragraph, the recipient shall ensure that the audit complies with the requirements of Section (8), Florida Statutes. This includes submission of a financial reporting package as defined by Section (2), Florida Statutes, and Chapters or , Rules of the Auditor General. The schedule of expenditures should disclose the expenditures by contract number for each contract with the Department in effect during the audit period. The financial statements should disclose whether or not the matching requirement was met for each applicable contract. All questioned costs and liabilities due the Department shall be fully disclosed in the audit report package with reference to the specific contract number. PART III: REPORT SUBMISSION Any reports, management letters, or other information required to be submitted to the Department pursuant to this agreement shall be submitted within 180 days after the end of the provider s fiscal year or within 30 days of the recipient s receipt of the audit report, whichever occurs first, directly to each of the following unless otherwise required by Florida Statutes: A. Contract manager for this contract (1 copy) See page 1, CF Stand Integrated Contract 2016, Section B. Department of Children & Families ( 1 electronic copy and management letter, if issued ) Office of the Inspector General Single Audit Unit Building 5, Room Winewood Boulevard Tallahassee, FL address: C. Reporting packages for audits conducted in accordance with Uniform Guidance, Section , as revised, and required by Part I of this agreement shall be submitted, when required by Section (d), OMB Uniform Guidance, as revised, by or on behalf of the recipient directly to the Federal Audit Clearinghouse using the Federal Audit Clearinghouse s Internet Data Entry System at: and other Federal agencies and pass-through entities in accordance with Section (e), OMB Uniform Guidance, as revised. D. Copies of reporting packages required by Part II of this agreement shall be submitted by or on behalf of the recipient directly to the following address: CF 1120 Effective July 2015 (CF ) Auditor General Local Government Audits/342 Claude Pepper Building, Room West Madison Street Tallahassee, Florida address: Integrated Contract Contract No.

17 Providers, when submitting audit report packages to the Department for audits done in accordance with OMB Uniform Guidance, Section , or Chapters (local governmental entities) or (nonprofit or for-profit organizations), Rules of the Auditor General, should include, when available, correspondence from the auditor indicating the date the audit report package was delivered to them. When such correspondence is not available, the date that the audit report package was delivered by the auditor to the provider must be indicated in correspondence submitted to the Department in accordance with Chapter (3) or Chapter (2), Rules of the Auditor General. PART IV: RECORD RETENTION The recipient shall retain sufficient records demonstrating its compliance with the terms of this agreement for a period of six years from the date the audit report is issued and shall allow the Department or its designee, Chief Financial Officer or Auditor General access to such records upon request. The recipient shall ensure that audit working papers are made available to the Department or its designee, Chief Financial Officer or Auditor General upon request for a period of three years from the date the audit report is issued, unless extended in writing by the Department. CF 1120 Effective July 2015 (CF ) Integrated Contract Contract No.

18 ATTACHMENT 4 CERTIFICATION REGARDING LOBBYING CERTIFICATION FOR CONTRACTS, GRANTS, LOANS AND COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS The undersigned certifies, to the best of his or her knowledge and belief, that: (1) No federal appropriated funds have been paid or will be paid, by or on behalf of the undersigned, to any person for influencing or attempting to influence an officer or an employee of any agency, a member of congress, an officer or employee of congress, or an employee of a member of congress in connection with the awarding of any federal contract, the making of any federal grant, the making of any federal loan, the entering into of any cooperative agreement, and the extension, continuation, renewal, amendment, or modification of any federal contract, grant, loan, or cooperative agreement. (2) If any funds other than federal appropriated funds have been paid or will be paid to any person for influencing or attempting to influence an officer or employee of any agency, a member of congress, an officer or employee of congress, or an employee of a member of congress in connection with this federal contract, grant, loan, or cooperative agreement, the undersigned shall complete and submit Standard Form-LLL, Disclosure Form to Report Lobbying, in accordance with its instructions. (3) The undersigned shall require that the language of this certification be included in the award documents for all subawards at all tiers (including subcontracts, subgrants, and contracts under grants, loans and cooperative agreements) and that all subrecipients shall certify and disclose accordingly. This certification is a material representation of fact upon which reliance was placed when this transaction was made or entered into. Submission of this certification is a prerequisite for making or entering into this transaction imposed by section 1352, Title 31, U.S. Code. Any person who fails to file the required certification shall be subject to a civil penalty of not less than $10,000 and not more than $100,000 for each such failure. Signature: Date: Application or Contract ID Number: Name of Authorized Individual Application or Contractor: Address of Organization: CF 1123 Effective July 2015 (CF ) Integrated Contract Contract No.

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