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POST *** NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING *** BOARD OF EXAMINERS

LOCATION: Capitol Annex The Guinn Room 101 N. Carson Street Carson City, Nevada June 14, 2011, 10:00 a.m.

DATE AND TIME:

Below is an agenda of all items to be considered. Action will be taken on items preceded by an asterisk (*). Items on the agenda may be taken out of the order presented at the discretion of the Chairperson.

AGENDA
*1. *2. *3. APPROVAL OF THE APRIL 12, 2011 BOARD OF EXAMINERS MEETING MINUTES APPROVAL OF THE MAY 10, 2011 BOARD OF EXAMINERS MEETING MINUTES STATE ADMINISTRATIVE MANUAL REVISIONS
The State Administrative Manual (SAM) is being submitted to the Board of Examiners for approval of additions and revisions in the following Chapters: 0200 Travel, 0500 Insurance and Risk Management, 1400 State Motor Pool Division, 2600 Claims, 3000 Federal Grant Procedures

*4.

STATE ADMINISTRATIVE MANUAL REVISIONS


Direction for potential changes to the State Administrative Manual regarding cash settlements. *This item is related to information item #12B on this agenda.

Board of Examiners Meeting June 14, 2011 - Agenda Page 1

*5.

SALARY ADJUSTMENTS
A. Distribution of Salary Adjustments to Departments, Commissions and Agencies, pursuant to Chapter 391, Senate Bill 433, Sections 6, 7, 8, of the 2009 Legislative Session.

The 2009 Legislative Session made appropriations from the General Fund and the Highway Fund to the Board of Examiners to meet certain salary deficiencies for fiscal year 2011 that might be created between the appropriated money of the respective departments, commissions, and agencies and the actual cost of the personnel of those departments, commissions, and agencies that are necessary to pay for salaries. Under this legislation, the following amounts from the General Fund and/or Highway Fund are recommended: GENERAL FUND ADJUSTMENT $15,396 $92,444 $107,840 HWY FUND ADJUSTMENT

BA# 2870 3743

BUDGET ACCOUNT NAME Nevada Historical Society Public Safety, Investigation Division Total

*6.

SALARY ADJUSTMENTS
A. Distribution of retirement buyouts and terminal leave for eliminated positions to Departments, Commissions and Agencies, pursuant to Assembly Bill 487 of the 2011 Legislative Session.

The 2011 Legislative Session made appropriations from the General Fund and the Highway Fund to the Board of Examiners to meet certain salary deficiencies created by the elimination of positions resulting in a layoff and consequently a payment for employee retirement buyouts and terminal leave payouts. Under this legislation, the following amounts from the General Fund and/or Highway Fund are recommended: GENERAL FUND ADJUSTMENT $107,437 $107,437 HWY FUND ADJUSTMENT

BA#

BUDGET ACCOUNT NAME Department of Administration, Information Technology Division Total

1320

Board of Examiners Meeting June 14, 2011 - Agenda Page 2

*7.

STATE VEHICLE PURCHASE


Pursuant to NRS 334.010, no automobile may be purchased by any department, office, bureau, officer or employee of the State without prior written consent of the State Board of Examiners. AGENCY NAME Department of Administration Buildings and Grounds Total: # OF VEHICLES 4 NOT TO EXCEED: $13,948 $13,948

*8.

REQUEST FOR GENERAL FUND ALLOCATION FROM THE INTERIM FINANCE COMMITTEE (IFC) CONTINGENCY FUND
Pursuant to NRS 353.268, an agency or officer shall submit a request to the State Board of Examiners for an allocation by the Interim Finance Committee from the Contingency Fund. A. Department of Education Career and Technical Education - $12,130

The Department is requesting an allocation from the Interim Finance Committee Contingency Fund in the amount of $12,130 to meet the minimum required Maintenance of Effort (MOE) for the Carl D Perkins Vocational and Technical Education Grant.

*9.
BOE #

LEASES
LESSEE Department of Cultural Affairs Nevada Arts Council
Lease Description:
Term of Lease:

LESSOR Carson Cinema Group, LLC


07/01/2011 06/30/2014

AMOUNT $127,201

1.

This is an extension of an existing lease to house the Nevada Arts Council in Carson City.

2.

Gaming Control Board Administration Division


Lease Description:
Term of Lease:

Walter H. and Barbara J. Knoll

$70,443

This is an extension of an existing lease which has been renegotiated to house the Gaming Control Board in Carson City.
07/01/2011 06/30/2014

3.

Department of Health and Human Services Health Bureau of Healthcare Quality and Compliance Radiation Control Program
Lease Description:
Term of Lease:

Bowers Family Investments, LLC $198,341

This is a relocation of an existing lease which has been renegotiated to house the Radiation Control Program in Carson City.
08/01/2011 07/31/2016

Board of Examiners Meeting June 14, 2011 - Agenda Page 3

*10.
BOE #

CONTRACTS
DEPT # 010 STATE AGENCY
GOVERNORS OFFICE

CONTRACTOR
DISTRICT STRATEGIES

FUNDING SOURCE
OTHER: AGENCY TRANSFERS

AMOUNT
$61,770

SOLE SOURCE/ PROFESSIONAL SERVICE EXEMPTION

1.
Contract Description:

This is the first amendment to the original contract to insure resources are dedicated to monitor federal legislation, federal regulatory efforts and funding opportunities affecting Nevada.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2009 09/30/2011 Consultant: NO Contract # 12333

030 2.
Contract Description:

ATTORNEY GENERAL'S OFFICE - CONSUMER ADVOCATE

RADIGAN, FRANK W DBA HUDSON RIVER ENERGY GROUP

OTHER: REGULATORY ASSESSMENTS

$73,000

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

This is a new contract to provide professional services as an expert witness to the Bureau of Consumer Protection in matters before the Nevada Public Utilities Commission that may have a potential impact on Nevada utilities consumers. The expert provides technical expertise and support in analyzing the rate base and capital; engineering and depreciation expense; cost of service and rate design; sales projection (including weather normalization and use per customer); operation and maintenance expense; and rate of return.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2011 - 06/30/2015 Consultant: NO Contract # 12179

030 3.
Contract Description:

ATTORNEY GENERAL'S OFFICE - CONSUMER ADVOCATE

STINSON MORRISON HECKER LLP

FEE: REGULATORY ASSESSMENTS

$438,000

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

This is a new contract to provide litigation support and assistance to the Bureau of Consumer Protection (the BCP) on filings and other proceedings made by Nevada utilities before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) or any other court, regulatory body, board, commission, or agency having jurisdiction, as well as, precedent over FERC on electric issues that may impact Nevada utilities or rate payers for whom the BCP has a statutory requirement to represent.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2011 - 06/30/2015 Consultant: NO Contract # 12232

030 4.
Contract Description:

ATTORNEY GENERAL'S OFFICE - TORT CLAIM FUND

DAVID HELLERSTEIN, MD PHD

OTHER: INSURANCE PREMIUM

$40,000

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

This is the second amendment to the original contract, which provides assistance to counsel involving medical conditions and medical treatment for individuals in legal confinement by reviewing and analyzing medical records, offering medical opinions, preparing written reports, charts and summaries. The vendor will assist counsel by offering expert opinions and testifying at depositions and trial. This amendment extends the termination date from June 30, 2012 to June 30, 2013 and increases the maximum amount from $29,990 to $69,990 due to a continued need for their services on a particular case.
Term of Contract: 09/07/2010 - 06/30/2013 Consultant: NO Contract # 11521

040 5.
Contract Description:

SECRETARY OF STATE

ROBERT LANG

GENERAL

$40,000

This is a new contract to conduct rigorous industry research and provide a baseline for crafting a state-wide economic growth agenda for Nevada. This study is intended to provide an authoritative, action-oriented analysis of the composition, performance, and prospects of Nevada's key and emerging industries. The contractor will also provide coordination and manage the various integrated research and analysis including the development of short analytic reports/outputs from the major analytic tasks: cluster mapping the 25 segments; market trends for the five-to-eight high-potential clusters; the benchmarking exercise; and the recommendation of target sectors and action steps.
Term of Contract: Upon Approval - 12/31/2011 Consultant: NO Contract # 12257

Board of Examiners Meeting June 14, 2011 - Agenda Page 4

BOE #

DEPT # 040

STATE AGENCY
SECRETARY OF STATE

CONTRACTOR
SRI INTERNATIONAL

FUNDING SOURCE
GENERAL

AMOUNT
$200,000

SOLE SOURCE/ PROFESSIONAL SERVICE EXEMPTION

6.
Contract Description:

This is a new contract to conduct rigorous industry research and provide a baseline for crafting a state-wide economic growth agenda for Nevada. This study is intended to provide an authoritative, action-oriented analysis of the composition, performance, and prospects of Nevada's key and emerging industries. The contractor will provide a set of deliverables including: memo on preliminary industry cluster and economic foundations analysis findings; comprehensive analytical report and recommendation of target industry sectors; and final strategy for target industry sector development.
Term of Contract: Upon Approval - 12/31/2011 Consultant: NO Contract # 12258

070 7.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF PERSONNEL

OASIS CONSULTING SERVICES, LLC

OTHER: PERSONNEL ASSESSMENTS

$139,630

SOLE SOURCE

This is the first amendment to the original contract, which provides delivery of classroom instruction for the Nevada Certified Public Manager (NVCPM) Program for Levels I-IV including Capstone Project Coaching and Evaluation. This amendment extends the termination date from June 30, 2011 to June 30, 2013 and increases the maximum amount from $92,030 to $231,660 to cover program costs associated with finalizing Class 8 and continuing Classes 9 (start date 6/27/11) and 10.
Term of Contract: 01/12/2010 - 06/30/2013 Consultant: NO Contract # 10332

082 8.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS

ALL AMERICAN FENCE COMPANY DBA ALL STAR FENCE COMPANY

FEE: BUILDINGS & GROUNDS BUILDING RENT INCOME FEES

$25,000

This is a new contract with this contractor for provision of ongoing services to provide general repair, maintenance and installation of fencing and all associated components of fencing systems. Work to be performed in Las Vegas and surrounding areas upon the request and approval of a Buildings and Grounds designee.
Term of Contract: 06/14/2011 - 05/31/2015 Consultant: NO Contract # 12069

082 9.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS

AQUA-SERV ENGINEERS, INC.

FEE: BUILDINGS & GROUNDS BUILDING RENT INCOME FEES

$27,369

This is a new contract with this contractor for the provision of ongoing water treatment maintenance and service of building mechanical systems for seven (7) State buildings in Las Vegas. The contract includes extra service dollars for these services to be performed at any State building, on an as needed basis and at the request and written approval of a Buildings and Grounds designee.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2011 - 06/30/2014 Consultant: NO Contract # 12169

082 10.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS

J&L

FEE: BUILDINGS & GROUNDS BUILDING RENT INCOME FEES

$86,660

This is a new contract with this contractor for the provision of ongoing janitorial services at the Stewart Facility, Building #107, located at 5500 Snyder, Carson City, Nevada.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2011 - 06/30/2015 Consultant: NO Contract # 12186

Board of Examiners Meeting June 14, 2011 - Agenda Page 5

BOE #

DEPT # 082

STATE AGENCY
DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS

CONTRACTOR
NEVADA GENERATOR SYSTEMS, INC.

FUNDING SOURCE
FEE: BUILDINGS & GROUNDS BUILDING RENT INCOME FEES

AMOUNT
$50,000

SOLE SOURCE/ PROFESSIONAL SERVICE EXEMPTION

11.
Contract Description:

This is an amendment to the original contract, which provides repair service, replacement parts and maintenance on generators at multiple State buildings in the Carson City and Reno areas. This amendment will add $50,000.00 in extra services because contractor has been awarded more project dollars than originally estimated and updates the Service Insurance Requirement accordingly.
Term of Contract: 09/01/2008 - 08/31/2012 Consultant: NO Contract # CONV5586

082 12.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS

SCOTT MEEK & SON CONCRETE CO.

FEE: BUILDINGS & GROUNDS BUILDING RENT INCOME FEES

$75,000

This is a new contract for the provision of labor and materials for concrete services at State buildings and grounds areas in Reno and Carson City, on an as needed basis and at the request and approval of a Buildings and Grounds designee.
Term of Contract: 06/14/2011 - 05/31/2015 Consultant: NO Contract # 12150

082 13.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS

SIEMENS INDUSTRY INC

FEE: BUILDINGS & GROUNDS BUILDING RENT INCOME FEES

$101,765

This is the second amendment to the original contract, which provides the labor necessary to maintain the fire protection systems and equipment as required by applicable Local, State and Federal codes and regulations for various State buildings in Las Vegas. This amendment will add services for the Department of Agriculture Building at 2300 McLeod for the amount of $1,765 and increase the amount of the extra services by $100,000 for unanticipated emergency expenditures at the Grant Sawyer Building and various other State buildings in Las Vegas.
Term of Contract: 01/12/2010 - 12/31/2011 Consultant: NO Contract # 10236

083 14.

DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION PURCHASING COMMODITY FOOD PROGRAM

ARDELLA'S

OTHER: VARIOUS PROGRAM FUNDS - PASS THROUGH COSTS TO RECIPIENT AGENCIES

$1,500,000

Contract Description:

This is the first amendment to the original contract, which authorizes the Food Distribution Program to use USDA commodities as ingredients to produce breakfast and lunch products for the National School Lunch Program. This amendment extends the termination date from June 30, 2011 to June 30, 2012 and increases the maximum amount from $1,500,000 to $3,000,000 due to the continued need for these services and increased volume of sales.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2009 - 06/30/2012 Consultant: NO Contract # CONV6338

Board of Examiners Meeting June 14, 2011 - Agenda Page 6

BOE #

DEPT #

STATE AGENCY
DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION PURCHASING COMMODITY FOOD PROGRAM

CONTRACTOR
ES FOODS, INC.

FUNDING SOURCE
OTHER: VARIOUS PROGRAM FUNDS - PASS THROUGH COSTS TO RECIPIENT AGENCIES

AMOUNT
$800,000

SOLE SOURCE/ PROFESSIONAL SERVICE EXEMPTION

083 15.

Contract Description:

This is the first amendment to the original contract, which authorizes the Food Distribution Program to use USDA commodities as ingredients to produce breakfast and lunch products for the National School Lunch Program. This amendment extends the termination date from June 30, 2011 to June 30, 2012 and increases the maximum amount from $800,000 to $1,600,000 due to an increased volume of sales and includes the legal name change from East Side Entrees to ES Foods.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2009 - 06/30/2012 Consultant: NO Contract # CONV6468

083 16.

DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION PURCHASING COMMODITY FOOD PROGRAM

LET'S DO LUNCH, INC. DBA INTEGRATED FOOD SERVICE

OTHER: VARIOUS PROGRAM FUNDS - PASS THROUGH COSTS TO RECIPIENT AGENCIES

$5,500,000

Contract Description:

This is the first amendment to the original contract, which authorizes the Food Distribution Program to use USDA commodities as ingredients to produce breakfast and lunch products for the National School Lunch Program. This amendment extends the termination date from June 30, 2011 to June 30, 2012 and increases the maximum amount from $5,500,000 to $11,000,000 due to the continued need for these services and an increased volume of sales. This amendment also includes the legal name change from Integrated Food Service to Let's Do Lunch, while maintaining the tax ID.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2009 - 06/30/2012 Consultant: NO Contract # CONV6464

101 17.
Contract Description:

COMMISSION ON TOURISM TOURISM DEVELOPMENT FUND

AVIAREPS TOURISM GMBH

OTHER: LODGING TAX

$60,000

SOLE SOURCE

This is the first amendment to the original contract, which provides international representation for the Nevada Commission on Tourism in German-speaking Europe. The services will include placing stories with the media; maintaining a foreign website; conducting sales missions; organizing familiarization tours; expanding tour product to tour operators; media planning and buying; developing foreign brochures; and providing quarterly progress reports. This amendment extends the termination date from June 30, 2011 to June 30, 2012 and increases the maximum amount from $60,000 to $120,000 due to a continued need for international representation.
Term of Contract: 07/13/2010 - 06/30/2012 Consultant: NO Contract # 11290

Board of Examiners Meeting June 14, 2011 - Agenda Page 7

BOE #

DEPT # 101

STATE AGENCY
COMMISSION ON TOURISM TOURISM DEVELOPMENT FUND

CONTRACTOR
ADNOVA COMUNICACION ESTRATEGICA

FUNDING SOURCE
OTHER: LODGING TAX

AMOUNT
$60,000

SOLE SOURCE/ PROFESSIONAL SERVICE EXEMPTION

SOLE SOURCE

18.
Contract Description:

This is the first amendment to the original contract, which provides international representation for the Nevada Commission on Tourism in Mexico. The services will include placing stories with the media; maintaining a foreign website; conducting sales missions; organizing familiarization tours; expanding tour product to tour operators; media planning and buying; developing foreign brochures; and providing quarterly progress reports. This amendment extends the termination date from June 30, 2011 to June 30, 2012 and increases the maximum amount from $60,000 to $120,000 due to a continued need for international representation.
Term of Contract: 07/13/2010 - 06/30/2012 Consultant: NO Contract # 11287

101 19.
Contract Description:

COMMISSION ON TOURISM TOURISM DEVELOPMENT FUND

HILLS BALFOUR SYNERGY

OTHER: LODGING TAX

$60,000

SOLE SOURCE

This is the first amendment to the original contract, which provides international representation for the Nevada Commission on Tourism in the United Kingdom. The services will include placing stories with the media; maintaining a foreign website; conducting sales missions; organizing familiarization tours; expanding tour product to tour operators; media planning and buying; developing foreign brochures; and providing quarterly progress reports. This amendment extends the termination date from June 30, 2011 to June 30, 2012 and increases the maximum amount from $60,000 to $120,000 due to a continued need for international representation.
Term of Contract: 07/13/2010 - 06/30/2012 Consultant: NO Contract # 11288

101 20.
Contract Description:

COMMISSION ON TOURISM TOURISM DEVELOPMENT FUND

NCOT BEIJING OFF/CHEN, HONGXIA

OTHER: LODGING TAX

$288,350

SOLE SOURCE

This is a new contract to maintain operation of a representative office for the State of Nevada, Nevada Commission on Tourism in the People's Republic of China, which will help increase the Chinese visitor volume to Nevada.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2011 - 06/30/2013 Consultant: NO Contract # 12224

101

COMMISSION ON TOURISM TOURISM DEVELOPMENT FUND

RUF STRATEGIC SOLUTIONS

OTHER: LODGING TAX

$2,399,277

SOLE SOURCE

21.
Contract Description:

This is the second amendment to the original contract, which will assure continuity of services on multiple mission-critical, data-driven marketing operations for the Nevada Commission on Tourism (NCOT), including promotion of the state as a tourism destination in the critical online environment; efficient collection and processing of customer responses across all media channels; fulfilling all material requests; and communicating with responders via email for optimal conversion to actual travel results and resulting tax revenues - all of which are inherently dependent on our robust, unique, intelligent Customer Relationship Management database platform. This amendment extends the termination date from June 30, 2011 to June 30, 2013 and increases the maximum amount from $4,882,750 to $7,282,027 to continue these needed services.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2007 - 06/30/2013 Consultant: NO Contract # CONV5762

Board of Examiners Meeting June 14, 2011 - Agenda Page 8

BOE #

DEPT # 101

STATE AGENCY
COMMISSION ON TOURISM TOURISM DEVELOPMENT FUND

CONTRACTOR
TNS CUSTOM RESEARCH, INC.

FUNDING SOURCE
OTHER: LODGING TAX

AMOUNT
$602,750

SOLE SOURCE/ PROFESSIONAL SERVICE EXEMPTION

22.
Contract Description:

This is a new contract to measure the effectiveness of the Nevada Commission on Tourism's domestic advertising and marketing campaigns. The contractor will develop questionnaires, field the questionnaire, analyze the responses, and prepare a report for the commission on its findings.
Term of Contract: 06/14/2011 - 06/30/2015 Consultant: NO Contract # 12119

101 23.
Contract Description:

COMMISSION ON TOURISM TOURISM DEVELOPMENT FUND

VOX INTERNATIONAL

OTHER: LODGING TAX

$60,000

SOLE SOURCE

This is the first amendment to the original contract, which provides international representation for the Nevada Commission on Tourism in Canada. The services will include placing stories with the media; maintaining a foreign website; conducting sales missions; organizing familiarization tours; expanding tour product to tour operators; media planning and buying; developing foreign brochures; and providing quarterly progress reports. This amendment extends the termination date from June 30, 2011 to June 30, 2012 and increases the maximum amount from $60,000 to $120,000 due to a continued need for international representation.
Term of Contract: 07/13/2010 - 06/30/2012 Consultant: NO Contract # 11289

102 24.
Contract Description:

COMMISSION ON ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

THE FERRARO GROUP

GENERAL

$100,000

This is the first amendment to the original contract, which provides public relations services assisting in furthering the objectives of the agency. This amendment extends the termination date from June 30, 2011 to June 30, 2013 and increases the maximum amount from $80,000 to $180,000 in an effort to continue the services currently provided to the agency.
Term of Contract: 07/14/2009 - 06/30/2013 Consultant: NO Contract # CONV6591

182 25.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY FACILITY MANAGEMENT COMPUTING

AMERICAN CHILLER SERVICE, INC.

FEE: FACILITY FEES

$20,000

This is a new contract for repair and maintenance services for the chillers, cooling tower, water pumps, and compressors at the Department of Information Technology's Computer Facility.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2011 - 06/30/2013 Consultant: NO Contract # 12147

182 26.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY FACILITY MANAGEMENT COMPUTING

GARRATTCALLAHAN COMPANY

FEE: FACILITY FEES

$15,000

This is a new contract to provide preventive maintenance and as-needed repair services for chemical water treatment equipment.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2011 - 06/30/2013 Consultant: NO Contract # 12148

Board of Examiners Meeting June 14, 2011 - Agenda Page 9

BOE #

DEPT #

STATE AGENCY
DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY NETWORK TRANSPORT SERVICES

CONTRACTOR
COMMNET NEVADA, LLC

FUNDING SOURCE
OTHER: REVENUE

AMOUNT
$53,544

SOLE SOURCE/ PROFESSIONAL SERVICE EXEMPTION

187 27.
Contract Description:

This is the first amendment to the original revenue contract, which provides rack spaces and DS1 circuits at Prospect Peak for Comment of Nevada, LLC. This amendment extends the termination date from June 30, 2011 to June 30, 2013 and increases the maximum amount from $28,335.72 to $81,880.14 to continue to provide services to the vendor.
Term of Contract: 01/12/2010 - 06/30/2013 Consultant: NO Contract # 10287

187 28.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY NETWORK TRANSPORT SERVICES

COMMNET NEVADA, LLC

OTHER: REVENUE

$67,617

This is the second amendment to the original contract, which provides for rack space and Digital Signal 1 (DS1) circuits at Austin Summit for Commnet of Nevada, LLC. This amendment extends the termination date from June 30, 2011 to June 30, 2013 and increases the maximum amount from $33,223.72 to $100,840.90 to continue to provide services to the vendor.
Term of Contract: 01/12/2010 - 06/30/2013 Consultant: NO Contract # 10286

187 29.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY NETWORK TRANSPORT SERVICES

GRAY TELEVISION, INC. DBA KOLO TV

OTHER: REVENUE

$11,326

This is the first amendment to the original revenue contract, which provides for rack space for KOLO-TV. This amendment extends the termination date from June 30, 2011 to June 30, 2013 and increases the maximum amount from $11,285.19 to $22, 611.33.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2009 - 06/30/2013 Consultant: NO Contract # 10885

187 30.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY NETWORK TRANSPORT SERVICES

NV GEOTHERMAL POWER CO. INC.

OTHER: REVENUE

$45,994

This is the first amendment to the original revenue contract, which provides rack space. This amendment extends the termination date from June 30, 2011 to June 30, 2013 and increases the maximum amount of the contract from $35,133.72 to $81,127.38 to continue to provide rack space for the vendor.
Term of Contract: 04/01/2009 - 06/30/2013 Consultant: NO Contract # CONV6187

187 31.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY NETWORK TRANSPORT SERVICES


Term of Contract:

NEW CINGULAR WIRELESS PCS, LLC

OTHER: REVENUE

$37,754

This is a new revenue contract to provide rack space for New Cingular at Cherry Creek in White Pine County.
07/01/2011 - 06/30/2013 Consultant: NO Contract # 11960

Board of Examiners Meeting June 14, 2011 - Agenda Page 10

BOE #

DEPT #

STATE AGENCY
DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY NETWORK TRANSPORT SERVICES
Term of Contract:

CONTRACTOR
NEW CINGULAR WIRELESS PCS, LLC

FUNDING SOURCE
OTHER: REVENUE

AMOUNT
$22,652

SOLE SOURCE/ PROFESSIONAL SERVICE EXEMPTION

187 32.
Contract Description:

This is a new revenue contract to provide rack space for New Cingular at Penn Hill in Elko County.
07/01/2011 - 06/30/2013 Consultant: NO Contract # 11955

187 33.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY NETWORK TRANSPORT SERVICES

TELMAR NETWORK TECHNOLOGY

FEE: USER FEES

$15,600

SOLE SOURCE

This is a new contract to provide 24/7 online support services, repairs and maintenance for the Microwave's Unit Digital Access Cross-connect System (DACS). The DACS consists of master circuit switches and automatically re-routes radio traffic to prevent disruption of dispatch services.
Term of Contract: 06/01/2011 - 06/30/2013 Consultant: NO Contract # 12201

187 34.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY NETWORK TRANSPORT SERVICES

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE FOREST SERVICE

OTHER: REVENUE

$59,534

This is a new revenue contract to provide rack space and microwave channels at various mountaintop sites throughout the State. The contract allows for nine 2-year renewals up to June 30, 2031.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2011 - 06/30/2013 Consultant: NO Contract # 12170

190 35.
Contract Description:

STATE PUBLIC WORKS BOARD UNIV 05 CIP PROJCCSN NLV-Non-Exec

CONVERSE PROFESSIONAL GROUP

BONDS: 93% OTHER: UNIVERSITY SYSTEM RECEIPTS 7%

$3,000

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

This is the first amendment to the original contract, which provides professional architectural/engineering services for the College of Southern Nevada Cheyenne Campus Laboratory Renovation Asbestos Monitoring: SPWB Project No. 09-C23L, SPWB Contract No. 5817. This amendment increases the maximum amount from $8,900 to $11,900 to provide for additional monitoring activities due to the phased approach of the project to keep facility operational and not impact the students.
Term of Contract: 11/16/2010 - 06/30/2013 Consultant: NO Contract # 11748

Board of Examiners Meeting June 14, 2011 - Agenda Page 11

BOE #

DEPT #

STATE AGENCY
STATE PUBLIC WORKS BOARD UNIV 05 CIP PROJUNLV-Non-Exec

CONTRACTOR
SHEEHAN VAN WOERT BIGOTTI

FUNDING SOURCE
BONDS: 71% OTHER: 26% TRANSFER FROM UNIVERSITY FUNDS; 3% TRANS FROM PREV. CIP 29%

AMOUNT
$2,800

SOLE SOURCE/ PROFESSIONAL SERVICE EXEMPTION

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

190 36.

Contract Description:

This is the third amendment to the original contract, which provides professional architectural/engineering services for the Medical Education Lab Building, UNR Campus, Reno Nevada. This amendment increases the maximum amount from $1,142,000 to $1,144,800 to provide for additional design and administrative services associated with adding video conference capabilities for two conference rooms that were not included in the original scope of work or any of the previously approved amended scopes of work for this project.
Term of Contract: 12/08/2009 - 06/30/2013 Consultant: NO Contract # 10068

190 37.
Contract Description:

STATE PUBLIC WORKS BOARD 2005 MILITARY CIP PROJECTS - LVRCNon-Exec

HERSHENOW & KLIPPENSTEIN

BONDS: 33% FEDERAL 67%

$22,900

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

This is the sixth amendment to the original contract, which provides professional architectural/engineering services for the New Readiness Center, Clark County Armory, Las Vegas, NV; SPWB Project No. 09-C14; SPWB Contract No. 4876. This amendment increases the maximum amount from $2,591,183 to $2,614,083 to cover the cost for an aerial topographic survey requested by Nevada Energy to provide power to the project.
Term of Contract: 12/08/2009 - 06/30/2013 Consultant: NO Contract # 10076

190 38.
Contract Description:

STATE PUBLIC WORKS BOARD MILITARY 2005 CIP - VET HOME-NonExec

JVC ARCHITECTS

BONDS: GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS 13% FEDERAL 87%

$74,479

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

This is the third amendment to the original contract, which provides professional architectural/engineering services for the Veterans Cemetery Expansion Planning, Boulder City, NV; SPWB Project No. 07-P05 and 09-C18; Contract No. 2559. This amendment increases the maximum amount from $371,508 to $445,987 to fund the construction administration bid phase.
Term of Contract: 11/13/2007 - 06/30/2011 Consultant: NO Contract # CONV4910

240 39.
Contract Description:

OFFICE OF VETERANS SERVICES VETERANS' HOME ACCOUNT

JOHNSON CONTROLS. INC.

OTHER: 50% FROM 3574: 50% FROM 3802

$24,999

This is a new contract to provide maintenance service on air conditioning equipment and vacuum systems for the Nevada State Veterans Home.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2011 - 06/30/2013 Consultant: NO Contract # 12156

240 40.
Contract Description:

OFFICE OF VETERANS SERVICES VETERANS' HOME ACCOUNT

SUNSET FIRE PROTECTION, LLC

OTHER: 50% FROM 3475: 50% FROM 3802

$18,370

This is a new contract to provide fire alarm, security, nurse call, and other Life Safety maintenance services to the Nevada State Veterans Home.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2011 - 06/30/2013 Consultant: NO Contract # 12125

Board of Examiners Meeting June 14, 2011 - Agenda Page 12

BOE #

DEPT # 240

STATE AGENCY
OFFICE OF VETERANS SERVICES VETERANS' HOME ACCOUNT
Term of Contract:

CONTRACTOR
TERMINIX COMMERCIAL

FUNDING SOURCE
OTHER: 50% FROM 3574: 50% 3802.

AMOUNT
$24,999

SOLE SOURCE/ PROFESSIONAL SERVICE EXEMPTION

41.
Contract Description:

This is a new contract for pest controls services for the Nevada State Veterans Home.
07/01/2011 - 06/30/2015 Consultant: NO Contract # 12157

300 42.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION OTHER UNRESTRICTED ACCOUNTS

CORPORATE COMPUTER, INC.

FEE: FEES FOR STATE SUPPORT PAID BY CHARTER SCHOOLS

$121,680

SOLE SOURCE

This is a new contract that provides Charter School information tracking software for the unique Charter School Authorizer (an authorizer must grant a charter to an entity to operate as a charter school) environment to organize and manage information related to the collection and reporting of Charter School compliance with state standards.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2011 - 06/30/2014 Consultant: NO Contract # 12084

300 43.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION ELEMENTARY & SECONDARY EDUCATION TITLES II, V, & VI

CTB/MCGRAW HILL LLC

FEDERAL

$26,255

SOLE SOURCE

This is the first amendment to the original contract, which provides test administration training for school district test trainers and testers, research for assessment alignment, and linkage to state standards and state academic assessments as related to the Nevada State English Language Proficiency assessment. This amendment extends the termination date from June 30, 2011 to June 30, 2012 and increases the maximum amount from $143,000 to $169,255 to continue to provide services to the Nevada Department of Education and the school districts for the English Language Proficiency Assessment due to the extension of the contract term.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2008 - 06/30/2012 Consultant: NO Contract # CONV5209

331 44.

DEPARTMENT OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS MUSEUMS AND HISTORY NEVADA HISTORICAL SOCIETY TRUSTNon-Exec

THE SHERIDAN PRESS, INC.

OTHER: PRIVATE TRUST FUNDS NRS 381

$35,692

Contract Description:

This is a new contract to provide for development and publishing of 17 issues (and 1,175 copies) of the Nevada Historical Society Quarterly over a four year period. The Nevada Historical Society Quarterly solicits contributions of scholarly or popular interest dealing with the following subjects: the general (e.g., the political, social, economic, constitutional) or the natural history of Nevada and the Great Basin; the literature, languages, anthropology, and archaeology of this area; reprints of historic documents; and reviews and essays concerning the historical literature of Nevada, the Great Basin, and the West.
Term of Contract: 06/14/2011 - 04/12/2015 Consultant: NO Contract # 11933

Board of Examiners Meeting June 14, 2011 - Agenda Page 13

BOE #

DEPT # 333

STATE AGENCY
DEPARTMENT OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS - NEVADA ARTS COUNCIL

CONTRACTOR
KUNDER DESIGN STUDIO

FUNDING SOURCE
GENERAL 25% FEDERAL 75%

AMOUNT
$30,000

SOLE SOURCE/ PROFESSIONAL SERVICE EXEMPTION

45.
Contract Description:

This is the first amendment to the original contract, which provides design publications for the Nevada Arts Council, including final materials required for printing to accommodate deadlines; PDFs for posting to Nevada Arts Council website; and obtaining printing bids for each publication. This amendment extends the termination date from June 30, 2011 to June 30, 2013 and increases the maximum amount from $30,000 to $60,000 due to the extended contract term. It also changes the funding stream from 75% General Fund and 25% Federal Funds to 25% General Funds and 75% Federal Funds.
Term of Contract: 10/13/2009 - 06/30/2013 Consultant: NO Contract # CONV6826

334 46.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS HISTORIC PRESERVATION

BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT

FEDERAL

$30,000

This is the first amendment to the original interlocal agreement, which provides for Historic Preservation to perform expedited review of federal undertakings in the State of Nevada. This amendment increases the maximum amount from $155,162 to $185,162 to provide for increased contract services enabling expedited review.
Term of Contract: 01/12/2010 - 12/31/2013 Consultant: NO Contract # 10219

400 47.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES DIRECTORS OFFICE INDIAN AFFAIRS COMMISSION

H+K ARCHITECTS

OTHER: TRANSFER FROM STATE HISTORIC PRESERVATION OFFICE

$12,200

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

This is the first amendment to the original contract, which provides professional architectural/engineering services for the Stewart Facility Building #1; SPWB Project No. 11-A003, SPWB Contract No. 5932. This amendment increases the maximum amount of the original agreement from $39,100 to $51,300 to provide construction documents, bid phase and contract administration for building envelope including window restoration and a structural evaluation to determine the extent of structural repairs and stabilization.
Term of Contract: 03/08/11 06/30/2013 Consultant: NO Contract # 11889

403 48.

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES - HEALTH CARE FINANCING & POLICY INTERGOVERNME NTAL TRANSFER PROGRAM

CLARK COUNTY

OTHER: INTERGOVERNMENTAL TRANSFER (IGT)

$330,000,000

Contract Description:

This is a new interlocal agreement to receive Inter-local Governmental Transfer (IGT) funds from Clark County to support and fund the state's share of the supplemental Disproportionate Share Hospital (DSH) program for hospitals that serve a disproportionate share of uninsured, indigent and Medicaid patients pursuant to NRS 422.382.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2011 - 06/30/2016 Consultant: NO Contract # 12130

Board of Examiners Meeting June 14, 2011 - Agenda Page 14

BOE #

DEPT #

STATE AGENCY
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES - HEALTH CARE FINANCING & POLICY INTERGOVERNME NTAL TRANSFER PROGRAM

CONTRACTOR
HUMBOLDT COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT

FUNDING SOURCE
OTHER: INTERGOVERNMENTAL TRANSFER (IGT)

AMOUNT
$600,000

SOLE SOURCE/ PROFESSIONAL SERVICE EXEMPTION

403 49.

Contract Description:

This is a new interlocal agreement to receive Inter-local Governmental Transfer (IGT) funds from Humboldt County Hospital District to support and fund the state's share of the supplemental Upper Payment Limit (UPL) program for nonstate, governmentally owned or operated hospitals. The supplemental UPL program pays the difference between Medicaid payments and the Medicare UPL amount.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2011 - 06/30/2016 Consultant: NO Contract # 12129

403 50.

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES - HEALTH CARE FINANCING & POLICY INTERGOVERNME NTAL TRANSFER PROGRAM

MINERAL COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT

OTHER: INTERGOVERNMENTAL TRANSFER (IGT)

$300,000

Contract Description:

This is a new interlocal agreement to receive Inter-Governmental Transfer (IGT) funds from Mineral County Hospital District to support and fund the state's share of the supplemental Upper Payment Limit (UPL) program for non-state, governmentally owned or operated hospitals. The supplemental UPL program pays the difference between Medicaid payments and the Medicare UPL amount.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2011 - 06/30/2016 Consultant: NO Contract # 12126

403 51.

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES - HEALTH CARE FINANCING & POLICY INTERGOVERNME NTAL TRANSFER PROGRAM

PERSHING COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT

OTHER: INTERGOVERNMENTAL TRANSFER (IGT)

$150,000

Contract Description:

This is a new interlocal agreement to receive Inter-Governmental Transfer (IGT) funds from Pershing County Hospital District to support and fund the non-federal share of the supplemental Upper Payment limit (UPL) program for non-state governmentally owned or operated hospitals. The supplemental UPL program pays the difference between Medicaid payments and the Medicare UPL limit.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2011 - 06/30/2016 Consultant: NO Contract # 12192

Board of Examiners Meeting June 14, 2011 - Agenda Page 15

BOE #

DEPT #

STATE AGENCY
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES - HEALTH CARE FINANCING & POLICY INTERGOVERNME NTAL TRANSFER PROGRAM

CONTRACTOR
UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA SCHOOL OF MEDICINE

FUNDING SOURCE
OTHER: INTERGOVERNMENTAL TRANSFER

AMOUNT
$15,000,000

SOLE SOURCE/ PROFESSIONAL SERVICE EXEMPTION

403 52.

Contract Description:

This is the third amendment to the original contract that allows DHCFP to receive IGT funds and pay to the University of Nevada School of Medicine supplemental medical payments of the higher costs incurred by practitioners that are associated with the training/teaching program for outpatient services. This amendment extends the contract termination date from June 30, 2011 to June 30, 2016 and increases contract authority from $25,000,000 to $40,000,000. Historical data was evaluated in projecting revenue. In addition, the proposed budget reductions for provider reimbursement, which will increase the gap between Medicare and Medicaid rates, were factored into the projected amount.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2006 - 06/30/2016 Consultant: NO Contract # CONV2912

403 53.

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES - HEALTH CARE FINANCING & POLICY INTERGOVERNME NTAL TRANSFER PROGRAM

WHITE PINE COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT

OTHER: INTERGOVERNMENTAL TRANSFER (IGT)

$275,000

Contract Description:

This is a new interlocal agreement to receive Inter-Governmental Transfer (IGT) funds from White Pine County Hospital District to support and fund the non-federal share of the supplemental Upper Payment Limit (UPL) program for non-state governmentally owned and operated hospitals. The supplemental UPL program pays the difference between Medicaid payments and the Medicare amount.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2011 - 06/30/2016 Consultant: NO Contract # 12202

403 54.

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES - HEALTH CARE FINANCING & POLICY ADMINISTRATION

BOR NEVADA SYSTEM OF HIGHER ED UNLV SCHOOL OF COMM HEALTH SCIENCE

OTHER: COST CONTAINMENT AND UNITED HEALTH SETTLEMENT 75% FEDERAL 25%

$1,280,000

Contract Description:

This is a new interlocal agreement for the UNLV Center for Health Information Analysis to collect and analyze financial, utilization, and medical data from all hospitals that provide services to Nevada Medicaid recipients and to provide reports to DHCFP. The Center will further maintain the website with up-to-date information posted quarterly.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2011 - 06/30/2013 Consultant: NO Contract # 12195

Board of Examiners Meeting June 14, 2011 - Agenda Page 16

BOE #

DEPT #

STATE AGENCY
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES - HEALTH CARE FINANCING & POLICY ADMINISTRATION

CONTRACTOR
DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION HEARINGS DIVISION, APPEALS OFFICE

FUNDING SOURCE
GENERAL 50% FEDERAL 50%

AMOUNT
$10,222

SOLE SOURCE/ PROFESSIONAL SERVICE EXEMPTION

403 55.
Contract Description:

This is the first amendment to the original contract which provides an appeals process to those who are denied Medicaid benefits. This amendment extends the termination date from June 30, 2011 to June 30, 2012 and increases the maximum amount from $9,900 to $20,122.00 due to an increased volume of hearings. Amounts were obtained from the executive budget and were based on projected caseload for FY 12 and FY 13.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2010 - 06/30/2012 Consultant: NO Contract # 11319

403 56.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES - HEALTH CARE FINANCING & POLICY ADMINISTRATION

DIVISION OF CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES (DCFS)

FEDERAL

$2,000,000

This is a new Interlocal agreement to pay the Division of Child and Family Services (DCFS) the federal share of costs associated with Medicaid administrative activities such as outreach, utilization review, and referral services.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2009 - 06/30/2014 Consultant: NO Contract # 12133

403 57.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES - HEALTH CARE FINANCING & POLICY ADMINISTRATION

DIVISION OF WELFARE AND SUPPORTIVE SERVICES

FEDERAL

$28,940,031

This is a new interlocal agreement to reimburse the Division of Welfare and Supportive Services (DWSS) for the federal share of costs associated with administrative activities to implement the Medicaid program. DWSS performs the Medicaid eligibility determinations for this program.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2011 - 06/30/2013 Consultant: NO Contract # 12128

403 58.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES - HEALTH CARE FINANCING & POLICY ADMINISTRATION

OFFICE FOR CONSUMER HEALTH ASSISTANCE

FEDERAL

$129,016

This is a new interlocal agreement to provide administrative services which includes education, outreach and advocacy to Nevada's citizens who seek information regarding health care assistance and/or need assistance in completing the Medicaid and Nevada Check Up application process. These services help to administer the Medicaid and Nevada Check Up programs. As the "single state agency" for Medicaid, the Division of Health Care Financing and Policy passes on the federal funds to the Office of Consumer Health to cover the costs of services provided.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2011 - 06/30/2013 Consultant: NO Contract # 12193

Board of Examiners Meeting June 14, 2011 - Agenda Page 17

BOE #

DEPT #

STATE AGENCY
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES - HEALTH - PUBLIC HEALTH PREPAREDNESS PROGRAM

CONTRACTOR
GNOMON, INC.

FUNDING SOURCE
FEDERAL

AMOUNT
$100,000

SOLE SOURCE/ PROFESSIONAL SERVICE EXEMPTION

SOLE SOURCE

406 59.
Contract Description:

This is a new contract to provide geo-coding of data and develop maps as requested by the programs. This is an open-ended contract to provide geo-coded data and mapping on an as required basis, for the Health Division to respond to real-time accidents or natural disasters.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2011 - 06/30/2012 Consultant: NO Contract # 12208

406 60.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES - HEALTH CHRONIC DISEASE

UNR, NEVADA STATE HEALTH LABOR

GENERAL

$25,000

This is the first amendment to the original contract, which provides activities for the control and elimination of Tuberculosis (TB) for the State. This amendment increases the maximum amount from $81,416 to $106,416 to allow for the purchase by the State Laboratory of equipment to accelerate and enhance the detection of M. tuberculosis (TB) and related bacteria.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2009 - 06/30/2011 Consultant: NO Contract # CONV6535

407 61.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES - WELFARE AND SUPPORT SERVICES - FIELD SERVICES

CASTAGNOLA, KATHY DBA C AND C JANITORIAL

GENERAL 34% FEDERAL 66%

$22,080

This is a new contract which provides janitorial service for the Division of Welfare and Supportive Service (DWSS), Field Operations and Services. This contract is to provide janitorial services at the Hawthorne District Office. DWSS must contract for janitorial services in rural Nevada because State Buildings and Grounds does not provide this service to rural areas.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2011 - 06/30/2015 Consultant: NO Contract # 12062

407 62.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES - WELFARE AND SUPPORT SERVICES - FIELD SERVICES

MARSH, GARY C DBA ALL TOGETHER CLEANING

GENERAL 34% FEDERAL 66%

$16,800

This is a new contract which provides janitorial service for the Division of Welfare and Supportive Service (DWSS), Field Operations and Services. This contract is to maintain existing janitorial services at the Fallon District Office. DWSS must contract for janitorial services in rural Nevada because State Buildings and Grounds does not provide this service to rural areas. The previous contracted monthly rate decreased from $975 per month to $700 per month through the competitive bidding process.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2011 - 06/30/2013 Consultant: NO Contract # 12057

Board of Examiners Meeting June 14, 2011 - Agenda Page 18

BOE #

DEPT #

STATE AGENCY
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES - WELFARE AND SUPPORT SERVICES - CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT PROGRAM

CONTRACTOR
CARSON CITY, FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT

FUNDING SOURCE
OTHER: STATE SHARE OF COLLECTIONS 34% FEDERAL 66%

AMOUNT
$58,199

SOLE SOURCE/ PROFESSIONAL SERVICE EXEMPTION

407 63.

Contract Description:

This is a new interlocal agreement to provide Hearing Master and Court Services for the Child Support Enforcement Program. These hearings relate to paternity, financial and medical support establishment and to enforce support obligations owed by non-custodial parents to their children.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2011 - 06/30/2014 Consultant: NO Contract # 11856

407 64.

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES - WELFARE AND SUPPORT SERVICES - CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT PROGRAM

DOUGLAS COUNTY CLERK NINTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT

OTHER: STATE SHARE OF COLLECTIONS 34% FEDERAL 66%

$37,089

Contract Description:

This is a new interlocal agreement to provide Hearing Master and Court Services for the Child Support Enforcement Program. These hearings relate to paternity, financial and medical support establishment and to enforce support obligations owed by non-custodial parents to their children.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2011 - 06/30/2014 Consultant: NO Contract # 11864

407 65.

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES - WELFARE AND SUPPORT SERVICES - CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT PROGRAM

HUMBOLDT COUNTY SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT

OTHER: STATE SHARE OF COLLECTIONS 34% FEDERAL 66%

$161,353

Contract Description:

This is a new interlocal agreement to provide Hearing Master and Court Services for the Child Support Enforcement Program. These hearings relate to paternity, financial and medical support establishment and to enforce support obligations owed by non-custodial parents to their children.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2011 - 06/30/2014 Consultant: NO Contract # 11862

Board of Examiners Meeting June 14, 2011 - Agenda Page 19

BOE #

DEPT #

STATE AGENCY
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES - WELFARE AND SUPPORT SERVICES - CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT PROGRAM

CONTRACTOR
LYON COUNTY TREASURER THIRD JUDICIAL COURT

FUNDING SOURCE
OTHER: STATE SHARE OF COLLECTIONS 34% FEDERAL 66%

AMOUNT
$113,891

SOLE SOURCE/ PROFESSIONAL SERVICE EXEMPTION

407 66.

Contract Description:

This is a new interlocal agreement to provide Hearing Master and Court Services for the Child Support Enforcement Program. These hearings relate to paternity, financial and medical support establishment and to enforce support obligations owed by non-custodial parents to their children.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2011 - 06/30/2014 Consultant: NO Contract # 11859

407 67.

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES - WELFARE AND SUPPORT SERVICES - CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT PROGRAM

MINERAL COUNTY FIFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT

OTHER: STATE SHARE OF COLLECTIONS 34% FEDERAL 66%

$107,581

Contract Description:

This is a new interlocal agreement to provide Hearing Master and Court Services for the Child Support Enforcement Program. These hearings relate to paternity, financial and medical support establishment and to enforce support obligations owed by non-custodial parents to their children.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2011 - 06/30/2014 Consultant: NO Contract # 11861

407 68.

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES - WELFARE AND SUPPORT SERVICES - CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT PROGRAM

RENO CARSON MESSENGER SERVICE, INC.

OTHER: STATE SHARE OF COLLECTIONS 34% FEDERAL 66%

$109,880

Contract Description:

This is a new contract, which provides process service of legal documents, primarily subpoenas to non custodial parents, for the Child Support Enforcement Program. This contract is effective from July 1, 2011 through June 30, 2015. The total contract amount is $109,880.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2011 - 06/30/2015 Consultant: NO Contract # 12006

Board of Examiners Meeting June 14, 2011 - Agenda Page 20

BOE #

DEPT #

STATE AGENCY
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES - WELFARE AND SUPPORT SERVICES - CHILD SUPPORT ENFORCEMENT PROGRAM

CONTRACTOR
WASHOE COUNTY SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT

FUNDING SOURCE
OTHER: STATE SHARE OF COLLECTIONS 34% FEDERAL 66%

AMOUNT
$580,246

SOLE SOURCE/ PROFESSIONAL SERVICE EXEMPTION

407 69.

Contract Description:

This is a new interlocal agreement to provide Hearing Master and Court Services for the Child Support Enforcement Program. These hearings relate to paternity, financial and medical support establishment and to enforce support obligations owed by non-custodial parents to their children.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2011 - 06/30/2014 Consultant: NO Contract # 11858

408 70.

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES - MENTAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENTAL SERVICES SOUTHERN NEVADA ADULT MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES

DESERT WEST LANDSCAPING, LLC

GENERAL

$206,400

Contract Description:

This is a new contract which provides grounds maintenance and landscaping services for the approximately five (5) acres of land that comprises the campus of Southern Nevada Adult Mental Health Services.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2011 - 06/30/2013 Consultant: NO Contract # 12187

408 71.

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES - MENTAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENTAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION

PSYCHOEDUCATIONAL CONSULTANTS, LLC

FEDERAL

$25,344

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

Contract Description:

This is the first amendment to the original contract which provide professional services to the Nevada Commission on Mental Health and Developmental Services such as policy/regulation development, monitoring of state behavioral health plans, and update to the Commission's strategic plan. This amendment extends the termination date from June 30, 2011 to June 30, 2012 and increases the maximum amount from $22,440 to $47,784 for continued services for the additional year.
Term of Contract: 10/01/2010 - 06/30/2012 Consultant: NO Contract # 11405

Board of Examiners Meeting June 14, 2011 - Agenda Page 21

BOE #

DEPT #

STATE AGENCY
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES - MENTAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENTAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION

CONTRACTOR
ZIRMED, INC.

FUNDING SOURCE
GENERAL

AMOUNT
$29,820

SOLE SOURCE/ PROFESSIONAL SERVICE EXEMPTION

408 72.

Contract Description:

This is the third amendment to the original contract, which provides the Division with electronic billing clearinghouse services in support of mental health agency billing and revenue collection activities. Use of the clearinghouse enhances claim edit capabilities, reduces claim denials, facilitates electronic billing, speeds revenue collection and strengthens reporting requirements. This amendment extends the term of the contract through June 30, 2012, amends the schedule of fees and use of service modules, and changes the contract amount from $100,454 to $130,274, an increase of $29,820.
Term of Contract: 04/29/2010 - 06/30/2011 Consultant: NO Contract # 11014

408 73.

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES - MENTAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENTAL SERVICES FACILITY FOR THE MENTAL OFFENDER
Term of Contract:

KUNTHEA KELLY

GENERAL

$14,000

Contract Description:

This is a new contract to provide Cambodian language interpretation for consumers at Lake's Crossing Center.
Upon Approval - 06/30/2014 Consultant: NO Contract # 12053

409 74.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES - CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES - CALIENTE YOUTH CENTER
Term of Contract:

ROITMAN, NORTON A MD

GENERAL

$24,120

This is a new contract to provide psychiatric services to the youth at Caliente Youth Center.
Upon Approval - 06/30/2012 Consultant: NO Contract # 12108

409

75.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES - CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES - RURAL CHILD WELFARE

CAMELOT COMMUNITY CARE

GENERAL 62.5% FEDERAL 37.5%

$83,726

This is a new contract to provide therapeutic care for two children living outside of the State of Nevada within the court ordered placement at negotiated rates within the facility providing the therapeutic care for these youth. The Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Child and Family Services has the legal responsibility to provide services to children within our custody with emotional and behavioral problems a safe environment with a permanency plan for adoption. These children were placed in Illinois, pursuant to a court order, for permanency planning through adoption as relatives live close by.
Term of Contract: 09/01/2011 - 08/31/2012 Consultant: NO Contract # 12050

Board of Examiners Meeting June 14, 2011 - Agenda Page 22

BOE #

DEPT #

STATE AGENCY
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES - CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES - YOUTH PAROLE SERVICES

CONTRACTOR
EVERGREEN COUNSELING, INC.

FUNDING SOURCE
GENERAL

AMOUNT
$52,000

SOLE SOURCE/ PROFESSIONAL SERVICE EXEMPTION

409 76.
Contract Description:

This is the first amendment to the original contract, which provides supervision and case management services for youth of the Division of Child and Family Services, Juvenile Justice for correctional and/or mental health care. This amendment increases the maximum amount from $18,000 to $70,000 due to an increase in services provided by Evergreen. To offset this increase, the funding to other like service contracts will be decreased.
Term of Contract: 11/01/2010 - 10/31/2013 Consultant: NO Contract # 11524

409 77.

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES - CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES - SOUTHERN NEVADA CHILD & ADOLESCENT SERVICES

AAA AIR FILTER COMPANY, INC.

GENERAL 54% OTHER: 4% FEDERAL 42%

$20,748

Contract Description:

This is a new contract to provide installation of 259 air filters for the heating, ventilating, and air conditioning system located on the Southern Nevada Child and Adolescent Services campus.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2011 - 06/30/2013 Consultant: NO Contract # 12061

409 78.

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES - CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES - SOUTHERN NEVADA CHILD & ADOLESCENT SERVICES

ALARMCO, INC.

GENERAL 54% OTHER: 4% FEDERAL 42%

$21,840

SOLE SOURCE

Contract Description:

This is a new contract to provide 24 hour monitoring of alarm systems located at 6171 Charleston Blvd. and 4538 Craig Rd. Las Vegas Nevada. The equipment currently installed is leased from Alarmco, the competition cannot monitor the current equipment thus to change vendors will require installation of a new vendor's equipment and in doing so will be a capital expense that is not budgeted. This vendor was granted a solicitation waiver.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2011 - 06/30/2013 Consultant: NO Contract # 12056

409 79.

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES - CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES - SOUTHERN NEVADA CHILD & ADOLESCENT SERVICES
Term of Contract:

ANYTIME PLUMBING, INC. DBA ABES PLUMBING AIR REPAIR FAST WATER

GENERAL 54% OTHER: 4% FEDERAL 42%

$20,000

Contract Description:

This is a new contract to provide plumbing services to the agency on an as need basis.
07/01/2011 - 06/30/2013 Consultant: NO Contract # 12087

Board of Examiners Meeting June 14, 2011 - Agenda Page 23

BOE #

DEPT # 431

STATE AGENCY
ADJUTANT GENERAL AND NATIONAL GUARD - MILITARY

CONTRACTOR
AUTOMATED TEMPERATURE CONTROLS, INC.

FUNDING SOURCE
FEDERAL

AMOUNT
$21,429

SOLE SOURCE/ PROFESSIONAL SERVICE EXEMPTION

SOLE SOURCE

80.
Contract Description:

This is a new contract to install overhead door interlock switches to suspend the immediate area's heating, ventilation and air conditioning system when an overhead door is left open for 5 minutes or longer for all overhead doors at the Combines Support Maintenance Shop facility.
Term of Contract: Upon Approval - 08/30/2011 Consultant: NO Contract # 12176

431 81.
Contract Description:

ADJUTANT GENERAL AND NATIONAL GUARD - MILITARY

CROOK, RAY DBA RPC ROOF CONSULTING SERVICES

FEDERAL

$15,250

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

This is a new contract to provide professional architectural/engineering services to re-roof the Army Aviation Support Building in Stead, Nevada; SPWB Project No. 11-A011; Contract No. 6009.
Term of Contract: Upon Approval - 09/30/2011 Consultant: NO Contract # 12077

431 82.
Contract Description:

ADJUTANT GENERAL AND NATIONAL GUARD - MILITARY

PETROLEUM MAINTENANCE, INC.

OTHER: RENTAL INCOME 50% FEDERAL 50%

$10,168

This is a new contract to install two diesel fuel pumps on existing fuel tanks at the United States Property and Fiscal Office facility and the Emergency Operations Center facility.
Term of Contract: Upon Approval - 08/15/2011 Consultant: NO Contract # 12189

440 83.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS PRISON MEDICAL CARE

BEECH STREET CORPORATION

GENERAL

$41,100

This is the first amendment to the original contract, which provides discounted health care services through a preferred provider organization network to incarcerated inmates. This amendment extends the contract termination date from June 30, 2011 to September 30, 2011 and increases the maximum amount from $307,483.20 to $348,583.20 in order to provide continuous service during the Request for Proposal process.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2010 - 09/30/2011 Consultant: NO Contract # CONV6323

440 84.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS PRISON MEDICAL CARE

PHYSICIANS MANAGED CARE

GENERAL

$21,750

This is the first amendment to the original contract, which provides discounted health care services through a preferred provider organization network to incarcerated inmates. This amendment extends the contract termination date from June 30, 2011 to September 30, 2011 and increases the maximum amount from $184,475.05 to $206,225.05 in order to provide continuous service during the Request for Proposal process.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2009 - 09/30/2011 Consultant: NO Contract # CONV6324

440 85.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS DIRECTOR'S OFFICE

CUMMINS ROCKY MOUNTAIN, LLC

GENERAL

$20,507

This is the second amendment to the original contract, which provides generator maintenance at the Lovelock Correctional Center. This amendment increases the maximum amount from $69,075.86 to $89,583.81 due to additional emergency repairs that need to be completed.
Term of Contract: 10/14/2008 - 06/30/2012 Consultant: NO Contract # CONV5810

Board of Examiners Meeting June 14, 2011 - Agenda Page 24

BOE #

DEPT #

STATE AGENCY
DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS NORTHERN NEVADA CORRECTIONAL CENTER

CONTRACTOR
ECOLAB, INC.

FUNDING SOURCE
GENERAL

AMOUNT
$67,024

SOLE SOURCE/ PROFESSIONAL SERVICE EXEMPTION

440 86.
Contract Description:

This is a new contract to provide regularly scheduled pest control services for the following correctional facilities located in northern Nevada: Nevada State Prison, Northern Nevada Correctional Center, Northern Nevada Restitution Center, Stewart Conservation Camp and Warm Springs Correctional Center for the health and safety of staff and inmates.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2011 - 06/30/2015 Consultant: NO Contract # 12166

440 87.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS LOVELOCK CORRECTIONAL CENTER

GARDNER ENGINEERING, INC.

GENERAL

$4,862

EXEMPT

This is the first amendment to the original contract, which provides for emergency retro-active services to fix the hot loop system at Lovelock Correctional Center. This amendment increases the maximum amount from $5,977 to $10,839 due to additional emergency repairs that need to be completed.
Term of Contract: 12/09/2010 - 06/30/2011 Consultant: NO Contract # 11814

440 88.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS INMATE WELFARE ACCOUNT

HITES ENTERPRISES DBA HITES FUNERAL HOME & CREMATORY

OTHER: INMATE WELFARE FUND

$12,560

This is a new contract to provide inmate cremation services for inmates at the following correctional facilities located in southern Nevada: Casa Grande Transitional Housing, Florence McClure Women's Correctional Center, High Desert State Prison, Jean Conservation Camp, Pioche Conservation Camp, Southern Desert Correctional Center and Three Lakes Valley Conservation Camp. In the event the family of the deceased inmate declines to claim the body, the department is required to pay for cremation costs.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2011 - 06/30/2015 Consultant: NO Contract # 12154

590

RENEWABLE ENERGY & ENERGY EFFICIENCY AUTHORITY

BOARD OF REGENTS-UNR CONTROLLERS OFFICE

FEDERAL

$79,601

89.
Contract Description:

This is the second amendment to the original interlocal contract, which develops training programs on both residential and commercial 2009 international energy conservation code (IECC); conduct workshops on the 2009 IECC program; provide technical assistance to local jurisdictions for adopting the 2009 IECC by American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA); and provide technical assistance to the Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Authority with development of state regulations to adopt the 2009 IECC and a minimum standard of energy efficiency for general purpose light and safe disposal and recycling of compact fluorescent light bulbs. This amendment increases the maximum amount from $209,901.19 to $289,502.19 to allow for additional meetings in rural Nevada.
Term of Contract: 08/11/2010 - 12/31/2011 Consultant: NO Contract # 11370

611 90.
Contract Description:

GAMING CONTROL BOARD

DALE DOUGLAS RAY

GENERAL

$50,000

This is a new contract to provide racing steward services for the horse and mule races in accordance with NRS 466 and Regulation 30.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2011 - 06/30/2015 Consultant: NO Contract # 12226

Board of Examiners Meeting June 14, 2011 - Agenda Page 25

BOE #

DEPT # 611

STATE AGENCY
GAMING CONTROL BOARD

CONTRACTOR
JAMES EDWARDS

FUNDING SOURCE
GENERAL

AMOUNT
$11,000

SOLE SOURCE/ PROFESSIONAL SERVICE EXEMPTION

SOLE SOURCE

91.

Contract Description:

This is an amendment to the original contract to conduct and oversee the Gaming Control Board's Gaming Academy to instruct agents on casino game play, casino protection, laws of arrest, and internal controls. This amendment extends the termination date from June 30, 2011, to June 30, 2013; increases the maximum amount from $9,000 to $20,000; and expands the scope of work to include additional venues.
Term of Contract: 05/17/2010 - 06/30/2013 Consultant: NO Contract # 11146

611 92.
Contract Description:

GAMING CONTROL BOARD


Term of Contract:

RICHARD W. SCOTT, DVM


07/01/2011 - 12/31/2011

GENERAL

$25,000

SOLE SOURCE

This is a new contract to provide veterinary services for the state's equine racing program.
Consultant: NO Contract # 12222

650 93.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY PAROLE AND PROBATION

CLARK COUNTY, LAS VEGAS METROPOLITAN POLICE

FEE: DNA TESTING FEES

$75,000

This is the first amendment to the original contract, which provides for biological specimens to be obtained from probationers or parolees to conduct genetic marker testing (DNA). This amendment extends the termination date from June 30, 2011 to June 30, 2013, and increases the maximum amount from $75,000 to $150,000 due to the continued need for these services. This testing is performed pursuant to NRS 176.0916.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2009 - 06/30/2013 Consultant: NO Contract # 10210

650 94.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY NARCOTICS CONTROL

QUALITY TRI COUNTY JANITORIAL

GENERAL 70% HIGHWAY 30%

$28,752

This is the first amendment to the original contract which provides janitorial services at the Winnemucca Substation for the Department of Public Safety's Investigation Division, Highway Patrol Division, and Parole and Probation Division. This amendment extends the termination date from June 30, 2011 to June 30, 2014 and increases the maximum amount from $8,540 to $37,292 due to the continued need for these services.
Term of Contract: 06/28/2010 - 06/30/2014 Consultant: NO Contract # 11214

650 95.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY MOTORCYCLE SAFETY PROGRAM

BOARD OF REGENTSCOLLEGE OF SOUTHERN NEVADA, CONTROLLERS OFFICE

FEE: MOTORCYCLE REGISTRATION FEES

$295,000

This is a new interlocal agreement to provide motorcycle safety training courses using the current edition of the Motorcycle Safety Foundation's Basic Rider Course and Experienced Rider Course curriculum.
Term of Contract: Upon Approval - 06/30/2015 Consultant: NO Contract # 11913

650 96.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY MOTORCYCLE SAFETY PROGRAM

TRUCKEE MEADOWS COMMUNITY COLLEGE

FEE: MOTORCYCLE REGISTRATION FEES

$295,000

This is a new interlocal agreement to provide motorcycle safety training courses using the current edition of the Motorcycle Safety Foundation's Basic Rider Course and Experienced Rider Course curriculum.
Term of Contract: Upon Approval - 06/30/2015 Consultant: NO Contract # 11906

Board of Examiners Meeting June 14, 2011 - Agenda Page 26

BOE #

DEPT # 650

STATE AGENCY
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY HIGHWAY PATROL

CONTRACTOR
RATS RAPID AUTO TRANSPORT

FUNDING SOURCE
HIGHWAY

AMOUNT
$14,400

SOLE SOURCE/ PROFESSIONAL SERVICE EXEMPTION

97.
Contract Description:

This is the second amendment to the original contract, which provides vehicle transport services between Elko and Reno for Department of Public Safety, Highway Patrol Division, excessed and/or totaled vehicles. This amendment extends the termination date from December 31, 2011 to June 30, 2013 and increases the maximum amount from $9,900 to $24,300 due to the division anticipating an increased need for this service.
Term of Contract: 09/25/2009 - 06/30/2013 Consultant: NO Contract # 10886

650 98.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY HIGHWAY PATROL

RENO FORKLIFT, INC.

HIGHWAY

$40,000

This is a new contract to provide certification, repair, and calibration on semi portable, portable and Weigh-In-Motion scales utilized to weigh commercially rated vehicles, such as semi-trucks, for compliance with the weight limits on Nevada roads by the Nevada Highway Patrol Commercial Unit.
Term of Contract: Upon Approval - 06/30/2015 Consultant: NO Contract # 12168

702 99.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF WILDLIFE WILDLIFE CIP-NonExec

GARDNERVILLE RANCHOS GENERAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT

BONDS: Q-1

$262,500

This is a new interlocal contract for the construction of an urban fishing pond in Mitch Park in Gardnerville, NV. The pond will be open to the general public as part of a larger park project. Work includes excavation, landscaping, and procuring and installing a liner, a water line, fish habitat, a kiosk, and park seating and picnic facilities. The pond will be stocked with fish. Additional funding will be provided by Gardnerville Ranchos General Improvement District.
Term of Contract: Upon Approval - 12/31/2013 Consultant: NO Contract # 12203

702 100.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF WILDLIFE ADMINISTRATION

NORTH DAKOTA STATE UNIVERSITY DEPT. OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES

OTHER: STATE MATCH 50% FEDERAL 50%

$100,000

This is a new interlocal contract for a three-year research study on the genetic structure and local adaptation of Pahrump pool fish - an endangered native fish occurring only in Southern Nevada. The purpose is to prevent extinction and aid recovery and de-listing. De-listing would reduce the regulatory burden and allow public and private activities that might otherwise be precluded. North Dakota State University has specialized expertise applicable to this work.
Term of Contract: Upon Approval - 06/30/2014 Consultant: NO Contract # 12188

702 101.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF WILDLIFE ADMINISTRATION

SKYTRAC

FEE: LICENSE FEES

$8,227

This is the first amendment to the original contract, which provides for in-flight tracking of department aircraft in case emergencies or catastrophic events occur during the 1,400 hours flown by department aircraft annually. The department flies helicopters and fixed-wing aircraft for wildlife surveys statewide. This amendment extends the termination date from June 30, 2011 to June 30, 2014 and increases the maximum amount from $9,009 to $17,236 due to the cost for the term of the extension and continued need for services. There is no change in the existing rate structure.
Term of Contract: 05/06/2008 - 06/30/2014 Consultant: NO Contract # CONV5727

Board of Examiners Meeting June 14, 2011 - Agenda Page 27

BOE #

DEPT #

STATE AGENCY
DEPARTMENT OF WILDLIFE ADMINISTRATION

CONTRACTOR
UNLV OFFICE OF SPONSORED PROJECTS

FUNDING SOURCE
OTHER: STATE MATCHING FUNDS (CLARK COUNTY) 69% FEDERAL 31%

AMOUNT
$109,996

SOLE SOURCE/ PROFESSIONAL SERVICE EXEMPTION

702 102.
Contract Description:

This is a new interlocal contract for the implementation of intensive conservation actions including monitoring, rearing animals for translocation, and habitat restoration, to help prevent the extinction of the relict leopard frog - a candidate species for listing as endangered. Such listing would increase the regulatory burden and may prevent or restrict public and private activities and development. This species is only found in or near Clark County. UNLV will provide manpower and expertise.
Term of Contract: Upon Approval - 06/30/2014 Consultant: NO Contract # 12080

702 103.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF WILDLIFE ADMINISTRATION

USDA FOREST SERVICE HUMBOLDTTOIYABE NATIONAL FOREST

FEE: HABITAT CONSERVATION 25% FEDERAL 75%

$38,000

This is a new interlocal contract for physical restoration and improvement of Stocks Creek/Holloway Meadow, located in the Santa Rosa Range in Humboldt County. The meadow is a habitat for sage-grouse, an at-risk species. The project will benefit many other wildlife species, including pronghorn, mule deer and passerine birds, and is consistent with the objectives outlined in the Greater Sage-Grouse Conservation Plan for Nevada and Eastern California.
Term of Contract: Upon Approval - 12/31/2011 Consultant: NO Contract # 12016

702 104.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF WILDLIFE HERITAGE-NonExec

CLS AMERICA, INC.

OTHER: HERITAGE PROGRAM FUNDS

$38,000

SOLE SOURCE

This is the third amendment to the original contract, which provides satellite animal tracking data transmission. The data is sent from animal collars to the vendor via satellite. The data is critical for the department and land management agencies to make appropriate population and habitat management decisions. This amendment extends the termination date from June 30, 2011 to June 30, 2013 and increases the maximum amount from $56,880 to $94,880 due to the cost of continuing this service for two more years using the existing collars in lieu of incurring the additional cost of replacing the collars (including hardware, trapping and collaring) in order to change data providers.
Term of Contract: 09/08/2008 - 06/30/2013 Consultant: NO Contract # CONV5702

702 105.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF WILDLIFE OBLIGATED RESERVE

NEVADA WATERFOWL ASSOCIATION

FEE: DUCK STAMPS 80% FEDERAL 20%

$40,000

SOLE SOURCE

This is first amendment to the original contract to study the effects of changing harvest rates for wood ducks in Lahontan Valley. Nevada is under federal mandate to manage hunted migratory waterfowl so that hunting does not jeopardize sustainability. The project's intense capture/marking/reencounter program allows monthly estimates of important vital rates, but to capture survivability data the project must continue. This amendment extends the termination date from June 30, 2011 to June 30, 2012 and increases the maximum amount from $37,898 to $77,898 due to the cost for the term of the extension and continued need for services. There is no change in the existing rate structure.
Term of Contract: 08/01/2010 - 06/30/2012 Consultant: NO Contract # 11771

702 106.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF WILDLIFE OPERATIONS


Term of Contract:

BENNETT, JOY DBA CUSTOM CLEAN


07/01/2011 - 06/30/2014

FEE: LICENSE FEES

$29,160

This is a new contract for janitorial services for the Elko office.
Consultant: NO Contract # 12165

Board of Examiners Meeting June 14, 2011 - Agenda Page 28

BOE #

DEPT # 702

STATE AGENCY
DEPARTMENT OF WILDLIFE OPERATIONS
Term of Contract:

CONTRACTOR
BENNETT, JOY DBA CUSTOM CLEAN
07/01/2011 - 06/30/2014

FUNDING SOURCE
FEE: LICENSE FEES

AMOUNT
$21,240

SOLE SOURCE/ PROFESSIONAL SERVICE EXEMPTION

107.
Contract Description:

This is a new contract for janitorial services for the Ely office.
Consultant: NO Contract # 12167

706 108.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF CONSERVATION & NATURAL RESOURCES FORESTRY FOREST FIRE SUPPRESSION

NEVADA ARMY NATIONAL GUARD

GENERAL 45% OTHER: OTHER FUNDING: FIRE BILLING REIMBURSEMENT 5% FEDERAL 50%

$6,000,000

EXEMPT

This is a new interlocal agreement to call the Nevada National Guard to active state duty under the Nevada Division of Forestry in the case of a severe wildfire or natural disaster.
Term of Contract: Upon Approval - 06/30/2014 Consultant: NO Contract # 12206

709 109.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF CONSERVATION & NATURAL RESOURCES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION - AIR QUALITY

WASHOE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT

FEDERAL

$521,430

This is a new interlocal agreement with the Washoe County School District to install fuel operated pre-heaters in 275 dieselpowered school buses based in Washoe County, an air quality non-attainment area. Use of fuel operated pre-heaters during cold weather will eliminate unnecessary idling of the school buses.
Term of Contract: 06/09/2011 - 09/15/2012 Consultant: NO Contract # 12217

709 110.

DEPARTMENT OF CONSERVATION & NATURAL RESOURCES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION WATER POLLUTION CONTROL

BEC ENVIRONMENTAL, INC.

FEDERAL

$270,000

Contract Description:

This is the second amendment to the original contract, which provides technical assistance to the department, communities and small water systems in the development and implementation of wellhead protection programs and plans. The option to extend the contract for an additional two years was provided in the original contract. The first amendment extended the contract for two years, but only increased the contract amount for 1 year. This amendment increases the maximum amount from $810,000 to $1,080,000 to cover the cost of the additional year of ongoing contracted services at a level consistent with the original scope of work.
Term of Contract: 07/08/2008 - 06/30/2012 Consultant: NO Contract # 10667

Board of Examiners Meeting June 14, 2011 - Agenda Page 29

BOE #

DEPT #

STATE AGENCY
DEPARTMENT OF CONSERVATION & NATURAL RESOURCES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION WASTE MANAGEMENT AND FEDERAL FACILITIES

CONTRACTOR
ALPHA ANALYTICAL, INC.

FUNDING SOURCE
FEE: HAZARDOUS WASTE FUND

AMOUNT
$64,400

SOLE SOURCE/ PROFESSIONAL SERVICE EXEMPTION

709 111.

Contract Description:

This is a new contract to provide water, soil, and sludge sample analyses testing services to support the Bureau of Waste Management and Corrective Actions' pollution enforcement actions and cleanup activities on an as needed basis.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2011 - 06/30/2015 Consultant: NO Contract # 12093

709 112.

DEPARTMENT OF CONSERVATION & NATURAL RESOURCES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION WASTE MANAGEMENT AND FEDERAL FACILITIES

BOARD OF REGENTS-UNR

FEE: 70% FEDERAL 30%

$395,757

Contract Description:

This is a new interlocal agreement to provide technical assistance and environmental compliance information to Nevada businesses and assistance to the division with collecting, analyzing and reporting biennial hazardous waste data in the Biennial Reporting System.
Term of Contract: Upon Approval - 06/30/2013 Consultant: NO Contract # 11958

709 113.

DEPARTMENT OF CONSERVATION & NATURAL RESOURCES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION WATER QUALITY PLANNING

GREAT BASIN OUTDOOR SCHOOL

FEDERAL

$55,063

Contract Description:

This is a new contract to provide inquiry-based investigations and hands-on activities to teach students and teachers about water quality, biodiversity, watersheds, and responsible watershed management. Students will study local ecology and watershed issues at camps in the Tahoe Basin and perform service learning projects to protect water quality.
Term of Contract: Upon Approval - 06/30/2013 Consultant: NO Contract # 12106

Board of Examiners Meeting June 14, 2011 - Agenda Page 30

BOE #

DEPT #

STATE AGENCY
DEPARTMENT OF CONSERVATION & NATURAL RESOURCES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION WATER QUALITY PLANNING

CONTRACTOR
THE NATURE CONSERVANCY

FUNDING SOURCE
FEDERAL

AMOUNT
$50,000

SOLE SOURCE/ PROFESSIONAL SERVICE EXEMPTION

709 114.

Contract Description:

This is a new contract to provide community outreach to serve multiple ages and under-served groups including the Washoe and Hispanic communities, senior citizens, and disabled persons. The program will collaborate with community partners to offer educational projects and programs that promote watershed stewardship and increase public knowledge of water resources, Nonpoint Source (NPS) pollution prevention, and behavioral practices that reduce adverse impacts to water quality.
Term of Contract: Upon Approval - 06/30/2013 Consultant: NO Contract # 12015

709 115.

DEPARTMENT OF CONSERVATION & NATURAL RESOURCES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION WATER QUALITY PLANNING

RAYMOND B GRABER II DDS LTD

FEDERAL

$6,600

Contract Description:

This is the first amendment to the original contract, which provides storage space for the boat, ATV's and other items owned by the Bureaus of Water Quality Planning and Corrective Action. This amendment extends the termination date from June 30, 2011 to June 30, 2012 and increases the maximum amount from $6,300 to $12,900 due to an increased monthly rate and the continued need for this storage space.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2010 - 06/30/2012 Consultant: NO Contract # 11005

709 116.

DEPARTMENT OF CONSERVATION & NATURAL RESOURCES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION SAFE DRINKING WATER REGULATORY PROGRAM

SOUTHERN NEVADA HEALTH DISTRICT

FEDERAL

$180,000

EXEMPT

Contract Description:

This is a new interlocal agreement, which provides assistance to the division in applying Nevada laws governing public water systems. The contractor will conduct and document sanitary surveys within Clark County; review and update the Safe Drinking Water Information System (SDWIS) with the date collected and analyzed; participate in training programs for the SDWIS; assist the state in preparing relevant reports; assist the state in implementing the new US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) rules that have not yet been adopted at the state level; and maintain forms and applications for the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund Grant Program.
Term of Contract: Upon Approval - 06/30/2013 Consultant: NO Contract # 12218

Board of Examiners Meeting June 14, 2011 - Agenda Page 31

BOE #

DEPT #

STATE AGENCY
DEPARTMENT OF CONSERVATION & NATURAL RESOURCES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION SAFE DRINKING WATER REGULATORY PROGRAM

CONTRACTOR
WASHOE COUNTY HEALTH DISTRICT

FUNDING SOURCE
FEDERAL

AMOUNT
$180,000

SOLE SOURCE/ PROFESSIONAL SERVICE EXEMPTION

EXEMPT

709

117.

Contract Description:

This is a new interlocal agreement, which provides assistance to the Division in implementing the federal Safe Drinking Water Act in Washoe County, for which the state is the designated primacy agency. The Washoe County Health District will provide technical support and data analysis and data input services; conduct and document sanitary surveys within Washoe County; utilize and update the Safe Drinking Water Information System; participate in associated training programs; assist the state in preparing relevant reports; assist the state in implementing the new US Environmental Protection Act rules that have not yet been adopted at the state level; and maintain forms and applications for the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund Grant Program applying Nevada laws governing public water systems.
Term of Contract: Upon Approval - 06/30/2013 Consultant: NO Contract # 12219

742 118.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS

ZEH & WINOGRAD

OTHER: WORKER'S COMPENSATION & SAFETY FUND

$75,000

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

This is the first amendment to the original contract, which provides legal services to the Board for the Administration of the Subsequent Injury Account for Self-Insured Employers, the Board for Administration of Subsequent Injury Account for Associations of Self-Insured Public or Private Employers, and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration of the division. This amendment extends the termination date from June 30, 2011 to June 30, 2012 and increases the maximum amount from $400,000 to $475,000 due to an increase in the volume of hearings.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2009 - 06/30/2012 Consultant: NO Contract # CONV6618

742 119.

DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS DIV B&I - UNINSURED EMPLOYERS CLAIM ACCT

SIERRA NEVADA ADMINISTRATORS, INC

OTHER: WORKERS' COMPENSATION AND SAFETY FUND

$220,000

Contract Description:

This is a new contract to provide workers' compensation claims administration services for the State of Nevada Uninsured Employers' Claims Account as required by NRS 616C.220(1).
Term of Contract: 07/01/2011 - 06/30/2013 Consultant: NO Contract # 12135

751 120.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY TRANSPORTATION SERVICES AUTHORITY

TOP CAT CLEANING SERVICE INC

HIGHWAY 90% OTHER: APPLICATION & LICENSE FEES 10%

$15,360

This is a new contract to provide janitorial services including cleaning of all office areas, kitchen and bathroom facilities twice per week; provide carpet steam-cleaning services upon request. This service is not provided as part of the building lease agreement thus requiring the agency to seek these services separately. The services will be performed at the Las Vegas office of the Nevada Transportation Authority located at 2290 South Jones Boulevard, Suite 110, in Las Vegas.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2011 - 06/30/2014 Consultant: NO Contract # 12205

Board of Examiners Meeting June 14, 2011 - Agenda Page 32

BOE #

DEPT # 810

STATE AGENCY
DEPARTMENT OF MOTOR VEHICLES FIELD SERVICES

CONTRACTOR
D & J'S CLEANING SERVICE

FUNDING SOURCE
HIGHWAY

AMOUNT
$32,220

SOLE SOURCE/ PROFESSIONAL SERVICE EXEMPTION

121.
Contract Description:

This is the first amendment to the original contract, which provides janitorial service for the DMV located at 973 Williams, Street, Fallon. This amendment extends the termination date from June 30, 2011 to June 30, 2014 and increases the maximum amount from $9,360 to $41,580 due to an increase in the cost per month and the three year extension.
Term of Contract: 06/30/2010 - 06/30/2014 Consultant: NO Contract # 11330

901 122.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT, TRAINING & REHABILITATION BLIND BUSINESS ENTERPRISE PROGRAM

ACCURATE BUILDING MAINTENANCE

OTHER: BUSINESS ENTERPRISES SETASIDE

$16,260

This is a new contract to provide cleaning and detailing of heavy duty commercial kitchen equipment and facilities, air conditioning/ventilation systems, laundry and trash chutes, back loading docks, dumpster areas, awnings, and cleaning of rooftop grease and oil.
Term of Contract: Upon Approval - 06/30/2013 Consultant: NO Contract # 12051

901 123.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT, TRAINING & REHABILITATION BLIND BUSINESS ENTERPRISE PROGRAM

BULLS EYE TECHNICAL SERVICE

OTHER: BUSINESS ENTERPRISES SETASIDE

$20,000

This is a new contract to provide repair and maintenance of commercial kitchen appliances such as hot dog rollers, deep fryers, blenders, coffee makers, dishwashers, commercial toasters, can openers, ovens, fryers, steam wells, and convection ovens at all Southern Nevada Business Enterprises of Nevada locations.
Term of Contract: Upon Approval - 06/30/2013 Consultant: NO Contract # 12049

901 124.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT, TRAINING & REHABILITATION BLIND BUSINESS ENTERPRISE PROGRAM

FLEET & INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY CENTER

OTHER: REVENUE

$9,696

EXEMPT

This is the twenty-third amendment to the original contract, which provides full food service support at the Naval Air Station in Fallon, Nevada. This amendment extends the serving hours on March 21 through April 15, 2011 for breakfast, lunch and dinner by 30 additional minutes for each meal, Monday through Friday only, and increases the maximum amount from $2,533,621.33 to $2,543,317.06 due to the increase in meals served during the extended hours.
Term of Contract: 10/01/2008 - 09/30/2011 Consultant: NO Contract # CONV5816

Board of Examiners Meeting June 14, 2011 - Agenda Page 33

BOE #

DEPT #

STATE AGENCY
DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT, TRAINING & REHABILITATION BLIND BUSINESS ENTERPRISE PROGRAM

CONTRACTOR
HANDYMAN LAS VEGAS, INC.

FUNDING SOURCE
OTHER: BUSINESS ENTERPRISES SETASIDE

AMOUNT
$20,000

SOLE SOURCE/ PROFESSIONAL SERVICE EXEMPTION

901 125.
Contract Description:

This is a new contract to provide general purpose construction services including carpentry, interior and drywall repair, painting, carpet and tile repair and removal, transport, delivery, and installation of Business Enterprises of Nevada equipment and items from one site to another at all Southern Nevada Business Enterprises of Nevada locations.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2011 - 06/30/2012 Consultant: NO Contract # 12020

901 126.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT, TRAINING & REHABILITATION BLIND BUSINESS ENTERPRISE PROGRAM

INTIAM, INC. DBA HI TECH COMMERCIAL SERVICE

OTHER: BUSINESS ENTERPRISES SETASIDE

$15,000

This is a new contract to provide repair and maintenance of commercial kitchen appliances such as hot dog rollers, deep fryers, blenders, coffee makers, dishwashers, commercial toasters, can openers, ovens, fryers, steam wells, and convection ovens at all Southern Nevada Business Enterprises of Nevada locations.
Term of Contract: Upon Approval - 06/30/2013 Consultant: NO Contract # 12048

901 127.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT, TRAINING & REHABILITATION BLIND BUSINESS ENTERPRISE PROGRAM

MAINTENANCE MASTERS

OTHER: BUSINESS ENTERPRISES SETASIDE

$15,000

This is a new contract to provide general purpose construction services including carpentry, interior and drywall repair, painting, carpet and tile repair and removal, transport, delivery, and installation of Business Enterprises of Nevada equipment and items from one site to another at all Southern Nevada Business Enterprises of Nevada locations.
Term of Contract: Upon Approval - 06/30/2012 Consultant: NO Contract # 12066

901 128.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT, TRAINING & REHABILITATION BLIND BUSINESS ENTERPRISE PROGRAM

RONS REFRIGERATION, INC.

OTHER: BUSINESS ENTERPRISES SET ASIDE

$30,000

This is a new contract to provide maintenance and repair services for commercial refrigeration units and move equipment for Business Enterprises of Nevada facilities in Northern Nevada.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2011 - 06/30/2013 Consultant: NO Contract # 11993

Board of Examiners Meeting June 14, 2011 - Agenda Page 34

BOE #

DEPT #

STATE AGENCY
DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT, TRAINING & REHABILITATION BLIND BUSINESS ENTERPRISE PROGRAM

CONTRACTOR
SOLARI AND STURMER LLC

FUNDING SOURCE
OTHER: BUSINESS ENTERPRISES SET ASIDE

AMOUNT
$15,000

SOLE SOURCE/ PROFESSIONAL SERVICE EXEMPTION

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

901 129.
Contract Description:

This is a new contract to provide accounting services related to the review and compliance monitoring of profit and loss statements provided by the Business Enterprises of Nevada blind operators; to establish a standard of accountability; to provide expert advice on policies and procedures; identify training issues for blind operators; and to provide services to assist the Business Enterprises of Nevada in verifying the accuracy of reported income and expenditures of the blind operators.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2011 - 06/30/2013 Consultant: NO Contract # 11992

901 130.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT, TRAINING & REHABILITATION BLIND BUSINESS ENTERPRISE PROGRAM

WESTERN COMMERCIAL SERVICES LLC

OTHER: BUSINESS ENTERPRISES SETASIDE

$19,560

This is a new contract to provide, on a time and material basis, cleaning and detailing of heavy duty commercial kitchen equipment and facilities, air conditioning/ventilation systems, laundry and trash chutes, back loading docks, dumpster areas, awnings, and the cleaning of rooftop grease and oil.
Term of Contract: Upon Approval - 06/30/2013 Consultant: NO Contract # 12019

901 131.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT, TRAINING & REHABILITATION VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION

ASAP SERVICES, INC.

GENERAL 21.3% FEDERAL 78.7%

$500,000

This is the first amendment to the original contract, which provides for the assistance and additional support of Vocational Rehabilitation clients who are at risk or "most-at-risk"; provides feedback to counselors regarding client performance and possible need for immediate action; and follow-up activities to determine current status of past clients. This amendment extends the termination date from August 31, 2011 to August 31, 2013 and increases the maximum amount from $500,000 to $1,000,000 due to the extension of the contract.
Term of Contract: 09/01/2009 - 08/31/2013 Consultant: NO Contract # 10691

901 132.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT, TRAINING & REHABILITATION VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION

BOARD OF REGENTS-UNR

FEDERAL

$135,000

EXEMPT

This is a new interlocal agreement to provide employment opportunities for eligible individuals who have written Individual Plans of Employment specifying the need for supported employment. This interlocal agreement is between the University of Nevada Reno, Nevada Center for Excellence in Disabilities, the Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation, Rehabilitation Division and the Department of Health and Human Services, Sierra Regional Center.
Term of Contract: Upon Approval - 06/30/2012 Consultant: NO Contract # 12097

Board of Examiners Meeting June 14, 2011 - Agenda Page 35

BOE #

DEPT #

STATE AGENCY
DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT, TRAINING & REHABILITATION VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION

CONTRACTOR
EASTER SEALS SIERRA NEVADA

FUNDING SOURCE
GENERAL 21.3% FEDERAL 78.7%

AMOUNT
$600,000

SOLE SOURCE/ PROFESSIONAL SERVICE EXEMPTION

901 133.
Contract Description:

This is the first amendment to the original contract, which provides for the assistance and additional support of Vocational Rehabilitation clients who are at risk or "most-at-risk"; provides feedback to counselors regarding client performance and possible need for immediate action; and follow-up activities to determine current status of past clients. This amendment extends the termination date from August 31, 2011 to August 31, 2013, adds additional reporting requirements, and increases the maximum amount from $600,000 to $1,200,000 due to the extension of the contract and additional services.
Term of Contract: 09/01/2009 - 08/31/2013 Consultant: NO Contract # 10690

901 134.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT, TRAINING & REHABILITATION DISABILITY ADJUDICATION

IRON DATA SOLUTIONS, INC.

FEDERAL

$98,000

SOLE SOURCE

This is a new contract to provide software support services and maintenance for the Social Security Administration disability determination system currently installed with the Department of Employment, Training, and Rehabilitation, Rehabilitation Division, Bureau of Disability Adjudication.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2011 - 06/30/2013 Consultant: NO Contract # 12100

902 135.

DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT, TRAINING & REHABILITATION EMPLOYMENT SECURITY CAREER ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM

NEVADA COMMISSION ON ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

OTHER: STATE CAREER ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM FUNDS

$500,000

EXEMPT

Contract Description:

This is a new interlocal agreement to provide funding that supports the Nevada Commission of Economic Development's training program. The Train Employees Now program was launched to upgrade the skills of potential employees of businesses relocating to or expanding into Nevada and seeks the support of the Commission. The program reduces the dependence on the Nevada unemployment system.
Term of Contract: Upon Approval - 06/30/2012 Consultant: NO Contract # 12121

902 136.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT, TRAINING & REHABILITATION EMPLOYMENT SECURITY

BOARD OF REGENTS-TMCC

OTHER: DIVORCE FEE RECEIPTS

$144,000

This is a new interlocal agreement to establish centers to provide education and counseling for displaced homemakers in the Washoe County Region of Nevada for the purpose of obtaining and retaining appropriate gainful employment, pursuant to the Nevada Revised Statutes - Chapter 388 - System of Public Instruction.
Term of Contract: 06/14/2011 - 06/30/2015 Consultant: NO Contract # 12227

Board of Examiners Meeting June 14, 2011 - Agenda Page 36

BOE #

DEPT #

STATE AGENCY
DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT, TRAINING & REHABILITATION EMPLOYMENT SECURITY

CONTRACTOR
HELP OF SOUTHERN NEVADA

FUNDING SOURCE
OTHER: DIVORCE FEE RECEIPTS

AMOUNT
$1,000,000

SOLE SOURCE/ PROFESSIONAL SERVICE EXEMPTION

902 137.
Contract Description:

This is a new contract to establish a center to provide education and counseling for displaced homemakers in the Southern Region of Nevada for the purpose of obtaining and retaining gainful employment pursuant to the Nevada Revised Statutes Chapter 388 - System of Public Instruction.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2011 - 06/30/2015 Consultant: NO Contract # 12231

902 138.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT, TRAINING & REHABILITATION EMPLOYMENT SECURITY

JOIN, INC.

OTHER: DIVORCE FEE RECEIPTS

$124,000

This is a new contract to establish a center to provide education and counseling for displaced homemakers in the Northeastern and Western Region of Nevada for the purpose of obtaining and retaining appropriate gainful employment pursuant to the Nevada Revised Statutes - Chapter 388 - System of Public Instruction.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2011 - 06/30/2015 Consultant: NO Contract # 12228

902 139.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT, TRAINING & REHABILITATION EMPLOYMENT SECURITY

WORKFORCE CONNECTIONS

FEDERAL

$249,999

EXEMPT

This is a new interlocal agreement to provide Workforce Investment Act Governor's Reserve funding for an eight week paid internship for 140 incoming high school juniors and seniors and college freshmen. The internship includes business mentoring, life skills training, financial management, college preparation opportunities, and a civic engagement component.
Term of Contract: Upon Approval - 08/31/2011 Consultant: NO Contract # 12190

902 140.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT, TRAINING & REHABILITATION EMPLOYMENT SECURITY SPECIAL FUND

CANYON ELECTRIC COMPANY, INC.

OTHER: ESD SPECIAL FUND

$15,000

This is the second amendment to the original contract, which provides regular and emergency electrical/lighting installations, repairs, and maintenance services for all needed projects for the department owned facilities. This amendment extends the termination date from June 30, 2011 to April 30, 2013 and increases the maximum amount from $17,000 to $32,000 due to the extended term of the contract and increased volume of service.
Term of Contract: 05/01/2009 - 04/30/2013 Consultant: NO Contract # CONV6334

Board of Examiners Meeting June 14, 2011 - Agenda Page 37

BOE #

DEPT #

STATE AGENCY
DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT, TRAINING & REHABILITATION EMPLOYMENT SECURITY SPECIAL FUND

CONTRACTOR
DOP, INC. DBA VEGAS PAINTERS

FUNDING SOURCE
OTHER: ESD SPECIAL FUND

AMOUNT
$19,875

SOLE SOURCE/ PROFESSIONAL SERVICE EXEMPTION

902 141.
Contract Description:

This is a new contract to prepare and paint the exterior of the Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation facility at 2800 East Saint Louis Avenue, Las Vegas, Nevada.
Term of Contract: Upon Approval - 12/31/2011 Consultant: NO Contract # 12058

902 142.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT, TRAINING & REHABILITATION EMPLOYMENT SECURITY SPECIAL FUND

JOHNSON CONTROLS, INC.

OTHER: ESD SPECIAL FUND

$96,110

This is a new contract to provide regular, preventative and emergency repairs as well as chemical treatment for heating, ventilating and air conditioning mechanical controls for the Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation facility located at 2800 E. St. Louis Avenue, Las Vegas, Nevada.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2011 - 06/30/2013 Consultant: NO Contract # 12137

902 143.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT, TRAINING & REHABILITATION EMPLOYMENT SECURITY SPECIAL FUND

LOFTIN EQUIPMENT CO., INC.

OTHER: ESD SPECIAL FUND

$15,000

This is the second amendment to the original contract, which provides annual scheduled maintenance, load testing, and biweekly operational inspection for the Katolite 1500 kilowatt diesel generator located at 2800 East Saint Louis Avenue, Las Vegas, Nevada. This amendment extends the termination date from June 30, 2011 to May 31, 2014 in order to continue services without interruption and increases the maximum amount from $6,345 to $21,345 due to extension of the contract term and an increased need for services.
Term of Contract: 06/23/2010 - 05/31/2014 Consultant: NO Contract # 11779

902 144.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT, TRAINING & REHABILITATION EMPLOYMENT SECURITY SPECIAL FUND

MR. ELECTRIC

OTHER: ESD SPECIAL FUND

$20,000

This is the second amendment to the original contract, which provides regular electrical/lighting installations, repairs, and maintenance services for all needed projects for department facilities. This amendment extends the termination date from June 30, 2011 to April 30, 2013 in order to continue services without interruption and increases the maximum amount from $17,000 to $37,000 due to extension of the contract term and an increased need for repairs and maintenance.
Term of Contract: 05/01/2009 - 04/30/2013 Consultant: NO Contract # CONV6333

Board of Examiners Meeting June 14, 2011 - Agenda Page 38

BOE #

DEPT #

STATE AGENCY
DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT, TRAINING & REHABILITATION EMPLOYMENT SECURITY SPECIAL FUND

CONTRACTOR
OTIS ELEVATOR COMPANY

FUNDING SOURCE
OTHER: ESD SPECIAL FUND

AMOUNT
$5,000

SOLE SOURCE/ PROFESSIONAL SERVICE EXEMPTION

902 145.
Contract Description:

This is the second amendment to the original contract, which provides regular servicing, maintaining, and monitoring of the elevator at 500 East Third Street, Carson City, Nevada. This amendment extends the termination date from June 30, 2011 to July 30, 2013 and increases the maximum amount from $6,000 to $11,000 due to extension of the contract term and the increased need for services.
Term of Contract: 08/28/2009 - 07/30/2013 Consultant: NO Contract # CONV6937

902 146.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT, TRAINING & REHABILITATION EMPLOYMENT SECURITY SPECIAL FUND

SUBURBAN ELEVATOR OF NEVADA

OTHER: ESD SPECIAL FUND

$7,000

This is the first amendment to the original contract, which provides regular servicing, maintaining and monitoring of the two elevators located at 3405 Maryland Parkway, Las Vegas, Nevada and the elevator located at 2800 E. St. Louis Street, Las Vegas, Nevada. This amendment extends the termination date from June 30, 2011 to October 31, 2013 and increases the maximum amount from $9,720 to $16,720 due to extension of the contract term and the increased need for services.
Term of Contract: Upon Approval - 10/31/2013 Consultant: NO Contract # 10109

902 147.
Contract Description:

DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT, TRAINING & REHABILITATION EMPLOYMENT SECURITY SPECIAL FUND

TIBERTI COMPANY, THE TIBERTI FENCE COMPANY

OTHER: ESD SPECIAL FUND

$10,000

This is the second amendment to the original contract, which provides for repair and installation of fencing and gates at department owned facilities. This amendment extends the termination date from June 30, 2011 to December 31, 2013 and increases the maximum amount from $22,500 to $32,500 due to extension of the contract term and an increased need for services.
Term of Contract: 01/29/2010 - 12/31/2013 Consultant: NO Contract # 10426

902 148.

DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT, TRAINING & REHAB EMPLOYMENT SECURITY DIVISION All Budget Accounts

HARRY'S BUSINESS MACHINES, INC.

OTHER: ALL DETR BUDGET ACCOUNTS

$8,000

Contract Description:

This is the first amendment to the original contract, which provides general equipment maintenance and repair services for all needed projects for the department owned facilities. This amendment extends the termination date from June 30, 2011 to June 30, 2013 in order to continue services without interruption and increases the maximum amount from $9,500 to $17,500 due to an increased number of repairs and extension of the contract term.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2009 - 04/30/2013 Consultant: NO Contract # CONV6316

Board of Examiners Meeting June 14, 2011 - Agenda Page 39

BOE #

DEPT #

STATE AGENCY
LICENSING BOARDS & COMMISSIONS CONTRACTORS BOARD

CONTRACTOR
PSI SERVICES, INC.

FUNDING SOURCE
OTHER: EXAM PROVIDER COLLECTS FEES FROM APPLICANT; NO COST TO THE STATE
Consultant: NO

AMOUNT
$750,000

SOLE SOURCE/ PROFESSIONAL SERVICE EXEMPTION

BDC 149.
Contract Description:

This is a new contract to develop and administer contractors license examination for Nevada State Contractors Board.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2011 06/30/2015 Contract # 12215

*11.
BOE # MSA 1.

MASTER SERVICE AGREEMENTS


DEPT # MSA
Contract Description:

STATE AGENCY
VARIOUS STATE AGENCIES

CONTRACTOR
A/V TRONICS, INC. DBA AVTRANZ

FUNDING SOURCE
OTHER: VARIOUS

AMOUNT
$300,000

SOLE SOURCE/ PROFESSIONAL SERVICE EXEMPTION

This is a new contract which provides transcription services for various state agencies that require transcription of meeting minutes.
Term of Contract: Upon Approval - 06/30/2015 Consultant: NO Contract # 12116

MSA 2.

MSA
Contract Description:

VARIOUS STATE AGENCIES


Term of Contract:

ABLE MOVERS

OTHER: VARIOUS

$100,000

This is a new contract to provide state agencies with moving services such as packing, storage and general freight.
07/01/2011 - 06/30/2013 Consultant: NO Contract # 12109

MSA 3.

MSA
Contract Description:

VARIOUS STATE AGENCIES

ACE WORLD WIDE MOVING & STORAGE


07/01/2011 - 06/30/2013

OTHER: VARIOUS

$100,000

This is a new contract to provide state agencies with moving services such as packing, storage, and general freight.
Term of Contract: Consultant: NO Contract # 12209

MSA 4.

MSA
Contract Description:

VARIOUS STATE AGENCIES

AEGIS RAPIDTEXT, INC.

OTHER: VARIOUS

$300,000

This is a new contract which provides transcription services for various state agencies that require transcription of meeting minutes.
Term of Contract: Upon Approval - 06/30/2015 Consultant: NO Contract # 12113

MSA 5.

MSA
Contract Description:

VARIOUS STATE AGENCIES

ALL AMERICAN VAN & STORAGE, INC.


07/01/2011 - 06/30/2013

OTHER: VARIOUS

$100,000

This is a new contract to provide state agencies with moving services such as packing, storage and general freight.
Term of Contract: Consultant: NO Contract # 12210

MSA 6.

MSA
Contract Description:

VARIOUS STATE AGENCIES


Term of Contract:

CARSON VALLEY MOVERS


08/01/2011 - 06/30/2013

OTHER: VARIOUS

$100,000

This is a new contract to provide state agencies with moving services such as packing, storage and general freight.
Consultant: NO Contract # 12242

Board of Examiners Meeting June 14, 2011 - Agenda Page 40

BOE #

DEPT # MSA
Contract Description:

STATE AGENCY
VARIOUS STATE AGENCIES

CONTRACTOR
GLOBESPAN MEDICAL INC. DBA GLOBESPAN TRANSCRIPTION

FUNDING SOURCE
OTHER: VARIOUS

AMOUNT
$300,000

SOLE SOURCE/ PROFESSIONAL SERVICE EXEMPTION

MSA 7.

This is a new contract which provides transcription services for various state agencies that require transcription of meeting minutes.
Term of Contract: Upon Approval - 06/30/2015 Consultant: NO Contract # 12117

MSA MSA 8.
Contract Description:

VARIOUS STATE AGENCIES

MARTIN-ROSS & ASSOCIATES

OTHER: VARIOUS

$1,000,000

This is one of three new contracts providing transportation of prisoners in custody that need to be securely moved from one location to another. This contract will be used on an as-needed basis by various agencies.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2011 - 06/30/2015 Consultant: NO Contract # 12229

MSA 9.

MSA
Contract Description:

VARIOUS STATE AGENCIES


Term of Contract:

MOVE 4 LESS

OTHER: VARIOUS

$100,000

This is a new contract to provide state agencies with moving services such as packing, storage and general freight.
07/01/2011 - 06/30/2013 Consultant: NO Contract # 12211

MSA 10.

MSA
Contract Description:

VARIOUS STATE AGENCIES

PRINCIPLE COURT REPORTING SERVICES, INC.

OTHER: VARIOUS

$300,000

This is a new contract which provides transcription services for various state agencies that require transcription of meeting minutes.
Term of Contract: Upon Approval - 06/30/2015 Consultant: NO Contract # 12115

MSA MSA 11.


Contract Description:

VARIOUS STATE AGENCIES

PTS OF AMERICA LLC

OTHER: VARIOUS

$1,000,000

This is one of three new contracts providing for the transportation of prisoners in custody that need to be securely moved from one location to another. This contract will be used on an as-needed basis by various agencies.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2011 - 06/30/2015 Consultant: NO Contract # 12225

MSA 12.

MSA
Contract Description:

VARIOUS STATE AGENCIES


Term of Contract:

PULIZ MOVING & STORAGE


07/01/2011 - 06/30/2013

OTHER: VARIOUS

$100,000

This is a new contract to provide state agencies with moving services such as packing, storage, and general freight.
Consultant: NO Contract # 12212

MSA 13.

MSA
Contract Description:

VARIOUS STATE AGENCIES

SARGENTS COURT REPORTING SERVICES, INC.

OTHER: VARIOUS

$300,000

This is a new contract which provides transcription services for various state agencies that require transcription of meeting minutes.
Term of Contract: Upon Approval - 06/30/2015 Consultant: NO Contract # 12114

MSA 14.

MSA
Contract Description:

VARIOUS STATE AGENCIES

SOUTHERN NEVADA MOVERS


07/01/2011 - 06/30/2013

OTHER: VARIOUS

$100,000

This is a new contract to provide state agencies with moving services such as packing, storage, and general freight.
Term of Contract: Consultant: NO Contract # 12213

Board of Examiners Meeting June 14, 2011 - Agenda Page 41

BOE #

DEPT # MSA

STATE AGENCY
VARIOUS STATE AGENCIES

CONTRACTOR
TRADE SHOW SERVICES LTD DBA PRO-TECT SECURITY

FUNDING SOURCE
OTHER: VARIOUS

AMOUNT
$1,000,000

SOLE SOURCE/ PROFESSIONAL SERVICE EXEMPTION

MSA 15.
Contract Description:

This is one of three new contracts providing for the transportation of prisoners in custody that need to be securely moved from one location to another. This contract will be used on an as-needed basis by various agencies.
Term of Contract: 07/01/2011 - 06/30/2015 Consultant: NO Contract # 12221

VARIOUS STATE AGENCIES

MSA 16.

MSA

TRANSCRIPTION SERVICES DBA COURT REPORTING SERVICES

OTHER: VARIOUS

$300,000

Contract Description:

This is a new contract which provides transcription services for various state agencies that require transcription of meeting minutes.
Term of Contract: Upon Approval - 06/30/2015 Consultant: NO Contract # 12112

12. INFORMATION ITEMS


A. Department of Taxation

In response to questions raised by the Attorney General at the Tuesday, May 10, 2011 meeting of the Board of Examiners, the department is providing additional information regarding their JP Morgan contract and their compliance with NRS 356.010. B. Statewide review of cash settlements paid from agency operating budget accounts or agency settlement accounts. *This item is related to action item #4 on this agenda

13.

BOARD MEMBERS COMMENTS/PUBLIC COMMENTS

*14. ADJOURNMENT

Notice of this meeting was posted in the following locations: Blasdel Building, 209 E. Musser St., Carson City, NV Capitol Building, 101 N. Carson St., Carson City, NV Legislative Building, 401 N. Carson St., Carson City, NV Nevada State Library and Archives, 100 Stewart Street, Carson City, NV
Board of Examiners Meeting June 14, 2011 - Agenda Page 42

Notice of this meeting was emailed for posting to the following location: Capitol Police, Grant Sawyer State Office Building, 555 E. Washington Ave, Las Vegas, NV Hadi Sadjadi: hsadjadi@dps.state.nv.us Notice of this meeting was posted on the following website: http://budget.state.nv.us/ We are pleased to make reasonable accommodations for members of the public who are disabled and would like to attend the meeting. If special arrangements for the meeting are required, please notify The Department of Administration at least one working day before the meeting at (775) 684-0222 or you can fax your request to (775) 684-0260.

Board of Examiners Meeting June 14, 2011 - Agenda Page 43

MINUTES MEETING OF THE BOARD OF EXAMINERS


April 12, 2011 The Board of Examiners met on April 12, 2011, in the Annex on the second floor of the Capitol Building, 101 N. Carson St., Carson City, Nevada, at 10:00 a.m. Present were: Members: Governor Brian Sandoval Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto Secretary of State Ross Miller Clerk Andrew K. Clinger

Others Present: Carol Sweeney, Department of Information Technology Laura Smolyansky, Department of Information Technology Carolyn Misumi, Department of Taxation Kathy Yonkers, Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation Tammy Moffitt, Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation Mechelle Merrill, Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation Mike Torvinen, Department of Health and Human Services Pete Anderson, Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Forestry Tamara Nash, Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation Brenda Ford, Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation Bill Anderson, Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation Pat Sheehan, Department of Information Technology Danette Kluever, Department of Health and Human Services, Child and Family Services Mary Keating, Office of the Controller Patrick Cates, Department of Wildlife Evan Dale, Department of Administration, Administrative Services Cody Phinney, Department of Health and Human Services, Mental Health and Developmental Services Julie Chapman, Department of Public Safety, Parole and Probation Deborah Braun, Department of Health and Human Services, Welfare and Supportive Services Jason Holm, Department of Health and Human Services, Welfare and Supportive Services Romaine Gilliland, Department of Health and Human Services, Welfare and Supportive Services David Gustofson, Department of Information Technology Brody Leiser, Department of Taxation Rosalyne Reynolds, Department of Health and Human Services, Northern Nevada Adult Mental Health Services Greg Cox, Department of Corrections Chris Apple, Department of Information Technology Dave Jones, Department of Administration, Purchasing Division Keith Wells, Department of Administration, Motor Pool Division Katie Armstrong, Office of the Attorney General Clark Leslie, Office of the Attorney General Kimberlee Tarter, Department of Administration, Purchasing Division
Board of Examiners Meeting April 12, 2011 Minutes Page 1

Lucas Foletta, Office of the Governor Johannes Lampracht, Office of the Military Jeff Mohlenkamp, Department of Corrections Ronald Bratsch, American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) Jennifer Bauer, Department of Public Safety Sheri Brueggeman, Department of Public Safety Richard Wiggins, Department of Public Safety, Highway Patrol Kevin Ranft, American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) Donna Lopez, Public Employees Benefits Program Jim Wells, Public Employees Benefits Program Greg Weyland, Department of Education Carol Crothers, Department of Education

PRESS Cy Ryan, Las Vegas Sun

Board of Examiners Meeting April 12, 2011 Minutes Page 2

*1.

APPROVAL OF THE MARCH 1, 2011 SPECIAL BOARD OF EXAMINERS MEETING MINUTES

Clerks Recommendation: I recommend approval. Motion By: Secretary of State Comments: Seconded By: Attorney General Vote: 3-0

Governor: Good Morning ladies and gentleman. Welcome to the meeting of the Board of Examiners. Before we get into the agenda, I am not sure if you noticed that when you walked into the room the etched glass above the doorway? It now reads the Guinn Room. This room will now be called the Guinn Room and you will see a very nice plaque that is dedicated to Governor Guinns memory because he was the one responsible for building this Annex. There will also be a beautiful portrait of Governor Guinn in this room and I think it is just a small token and a memorial to realize him and show the respect that I personally had for Governor Guinn and for the people of the State. So on your way out look up, it is very impressive and I had the opportunity to show the former first lady the plaque that will be on the wall. So with that we will begin this meeting and move to agenda item one which is the approval of the March 1, 2011 Special Board of Examiners meeting minutes. Have the members had the opportunity to review the minutes? Secretary of State: Move for approval. Attorney General: Second the motion. Governor: We have a motion from the Secretary of State and a second by the Attorney General to approve the minutes. Is there any discussion on the motion? Hearing none all those in favor signify by saying aye. The motion passes unanimously.

*2.

APPROVAL OF THE MARCH 8, 2011 BOARD OF EXAMINERS MEETING MINUTES

Clerks Recommendation: I recommend approval. Motion By: Secretary of State Comments: Seconded By: Attorney General Vote: 3-0

Governor: Agenda item two is the approval of the March 8, 2011 Board of Examiners meeting minutes. Have the members had a chance to review the minutes and are there any changes? Secretary of State: Ill move for approval. Attorney General: I will second the motion. Governor: We have a motion from the Secretary of State and a second by the Attorney General to approve the minutes. Is there any discussion on the motion? Hearing none all those in favor signify by saying aye. The motion passes unanimously.

Board of Examiners Meeting April 12, 2011 Minutes Page 3

*3.

REQUEST TO WRITE OFF BAD DEBT

NRS 353C.220 allows agencies, with approval of the Board of Examiners, to write off bad debts deemed uncollectible. A. Public Employees Benefits Program $506.27

Public Employees Benefits Program is requesting authority to write-off debt that totals $506.27. The reported debt is specifically related to participant health insurance premiums. One account represents a deceased participant and three accounts represent debts incurred prior to March 2007, past PEBPs four year statute of limitations for collections pursuant to NRS 353C.140. Clerks Recommendation: I recommend approval. Motion By: Secretary of State Comments: Seconded By: Attorney General Vote: 3-0

Governor: We will move agenda item three which is a request to write off bad debt, Mr. Clinger. Clerk: Thank you Governor. Item three before the Board this morning is a request from the Public Employees Benefits Program to write-off $506.27. These accounts all relate to participant health insurance premiums. One account represents a deceased participant and the other three accounts are past the statute of limitations for collections. Governor: Thank you Mr. Clinger. Do any of the Board members have any questions on this agenda item? Secretary of State: Move for approval. Attorney General: Second the motion. Governor: We have a motion from the Secretary of State and a second by the Attorney General to write off bad debt as described by Mr. Clinger. Is there any discussion on the motion? Hearing none all those in favor signify by saying aye. The motion passes unanimously.

*4.

STATE ADMINISTRATIVE MANUAL REVISIONS

The State Administrative Manual (SAM) is being submitted to the Board of Examiners for approval of additions and revisions in the following Chapter: Chapter 1300 State Vehicles Clerks Recommendation: I recommend approval. Motion By: Secretary of State Comments: Seconded By: Attorney General Vote: 3-0

Governor: We will move to agenda item four; State Administrative Manual (SAM) revisions. Clerk: Thank you Governor. Agenda item number four is a request to revise the SAM. In your packet under item four is a summary of the changes that are being requested to update the SAM. 1303 is a new section that outlines authorized operators of State vehicles. 1305 is a new section
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as well that outlines the insurance coverage and points of contact for questions. 1306 is a revision to the home storage of state vehicles and the key changes now requires the department heads or their designee to grant the approval of home storage of vehicles, requiring department heads to develop internal policies and procedures for the approval process and also requiring the departments to document that the approval meets Internal Revenue Service (IRS) guidelines in reference to home storage. 1310 this is a revision for the labeling requirement for State vehicles. 1312 is also a revision for unmarked vehicles to remove the current language in SAM and grants the department heads the authority to approve vehicles that will be used in law enforcement activities to be unmarked. An agency is not in law enforcement would have to come to BOE for approval. Governor: Mr. Clinger I have a question with regards to section 1306 which requires department heads to develop internal policies and procedures for the approval process. Would the adoption of this provision allow for inconsistency or would it be preferable to have one standard policy for all state agencies? Clerk: Governor, the way that this is written it would let the department heads develop their own policies and procedures in which could lead to different policies and procedures in different departments. There is some criteria outlined in SAM 1306. But certainly another approach to this would be to develop more stringent statewide criteria that would be followed by all State agencies. Governor: Are there any questions from any members of the Board? Attorney General: Governor, I have a question for Andrew. On section 1305 I am assuming that the blue is new language that has been added to SAM, is that correct? Clerk: That is correct. Attorney General: So I guess number three is of concern to me directing insurance questions to my office; not quite sure why they would be directed to my office. We only come into play after the fact when we are dealing with any motor vehicle accident. So I dont want people to get under the impression that we manage the insurance and we are able to answer questions with respect to insurance coverage for them. So I was just curious as to why that was put in there? Clerk: I am not too sure why that specific language was included. We can certainly strike out the Attorney Generals Office portion of that and have the agencies go to Risk Management first and then if it was necessary after the fact then they could contact the Attorney Generals Office. Attorney General: I would appreciate that, thank you Andrew. Keith Wells: Governor, 1306 home storage we put language in there requiring agencies to reference the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) guidelines because the IRS guidelines are very specific. Governor: And that is the clarification that I needed. I would just like one policy so that there are not agencies saying we did it this way and why did they do it that way. So you are representing because of that IRS regulation there will be consistency throughout?

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Keith Wells: Yes, and my other thought that needs to happen with this to go along with one of your concerns is if we just bring awareness to this topic of home storage that they need to pay attention to then there will be compliance. There is not a lot of home storage of state vehicles but we need to make agencies aware that they have to follow IRS guidelines. Governor: What was the genesis of doing these amendments in the first place? Keith Wells: Because we started a fleet committee at the request of the Legislature they wanted us to review the entire section of 1300 in SAM, general housekeeping and that is just part of this process. Governor: Are there any current problems or issues at this time? Keith Wells: Internal Audits did an audit on what was released last year on home storage and they were concerned that home storage wasnt as monitored as it should be. So that is one reason why the committee looked at those policies. Governor: In your mind, this amendment to 1306 will be responsive to the Internal Audit mission? Keith Wells: Yes. Governor: And do you have any comment with regards to the Attorney Generals question on 1305 subsection 3? Keith Wells: Yes, that was just put in there at the request of members of the committee. They wanted to have a place that directed the agencies on how the state insurance system works. The Attorney Generals Office provides the liability insurance and Risk Management provides Comp. and Collision. So they just wanted to clarify that for the agencies, but we can definitely remove that. Governor: Do either of the Board members have any questions for Mr. Wells? Thank you, Mr. Wells. Members of the Board would you consider a motion to or whats the action Mr. Clinger? Do we move to approve the language with the deletion of the Attorney Generals Office in reference to chapter 1305 subsection 3? Clerk: Yes, Governor. Secretary of State: Ill move for approval of agenda item four with the opposed revisions to the State Administrative Manual striking chapter 1305 subsection 3. Attorney General: Ill second the motion. Governor: Before we accept a second, Mr. Secretary of State you said strike all of 3 or just the language referring to the Attorney Generals Office? Secretary of State: I guess I am not clear as to what we are removing from the subsection.

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Attorney General: Just to the Attorney General. So it should read Insurance questions should be directed to the Risk Management Division. Secretary of State: I will make a motion to approve the Attorney Generals suggestion. Governor: Thank you, Mr. Secretary. There is a motion to approve agenda item number 4 as recommended with the exception of Chapter 1305 subsection 3 to read Insurance questions should be directed to the Risk Management Division. Is there a second? Attorney General: Ill second the motion. Governor: Is there any discussion on the motion? Hearing none, all those in favor of the motion please say aye. Motion passes unanimously.

*5.

APPROVAL TO ACCEPT A DONATION OF LAND ON BEHALF OF THE DIVISION OF FORESTRY


A. Department of Conservation and Natural Resources Division of State Lands

Pursuant to NRS 322.001, the Nevada Division of State Lands (NDSL) is requesting approval, on behalf of the Division of Forestry to accept a donation of a parcel of land from Henry B. Sprenger II. The current land owner has offered to donate the property to the state for preservation of the Steamboat buckwheat habitat. This acquisition will afford the state the ability to preserve a rare, federally protected plant species. This parcel contains the only known location of Steamboat Buckwheat and is located in South Reno adjacent to Hwy 395 prior to the junction with Hwy 341 (Mount Rose Hwy) coming out of the Washoe Valley. The NDSL has no estimate of value, because it is a donation of land and the Nevada Revised Statutes do not require a value. The Nevada Division of Forestry currently administers the critically endangered flora program and there would be no additional administrative costs or need for increased staffing as a result of this acquisition. The landowner will convey clear title to the state by deed as a gift of land in accordance with NRS 353.335. Clerks Recommendation: I recommend approval. Motion By: Secretary of State Comments: Seconded By: Attorney General Vote: 3-0

Governor: We will move on to agenda item number 5, which is the approval to accept a donation of land on behalf of the Division of Forestry. I would like to make note that there is a reference to NRS 322.001 and that should read 321.001 is that correct? Clerk: That is correct, Governor. This is a request by the Division of State Lands on behalf of the Division of Forestry to accept a donation of a parcel of land. This acquisition will afford the state the ability to preserve a rare, federally protected plant species. This parcel contains the only known location of Steamboat Buckwheat. Governor: Is there someone here from the Division of State Lands? Charlie Donahue: Good Morning.
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Governor: Good Morning, I have no problem with this I just wanted to get clarification, is this the only place on the planet where you can find Steamboat Buckwheat? Charlie Donahue: It is generally in that location but I would have to defer to Pete Anderson with the Division of Forestry. Pete Anderson: Yes, Governor that is the only known location for Steamboat Buckwheat. Governor: That is pretty amazing. Do any of the Board members have any questions with regards to agenda item number 5? Secretary of State: Ill move for approval. Attorney General: Second the motion. Governor: We have a motion to approve agenda item number 5 which is the approval to accept a donation of land on behalf of the Division of Forestry and a second. Is there any discussion on the motion? Hearing none all those in favor signify by saying aye. The motion passes unanimously. Thank you, Gentleman.

*6.

STATE VEHICLE PURCHASE

Pursuant to NRS 334.010, no automobile may be purchased by any department, office, bureau, officer or employee of the State without prior written consent of the State Board of Examiners. AGENCY NAME Department of Conservation and Natural Resources Division of State Parks Department of Public Safety Highway Patrol Department of Wildlife Administration Total: Clerks Recommendation: I recommend approval. Motion By: Secretary of State Comments: Seconded By: Attorney General Vote: 3-0 # OF VEHICLES 1 8 1 NOT TO EXCEED: $3,750.00 $233,175.00 $41,801.25 $278,726.25

Governor: We will move on to agenda item 6; State Vehicle Purchase, Mr. Clinger. Clerk: Thank you, Governor. This is a request made pursuant to NRS 334.010. The first request is made by the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Division of State Parks who is replacing a bucket truck. The Department of Public Safety, Highway Patrol Division is requesting the replacement of three SUVs and five Sedans. The Department of Wildlife, Administration Division is requesting a new fish truck.

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Governor: Do any of the Board members have any questions with regards to agenda item number six? Secretary of State: Ill move for approval. Attorney General: Second the motion. Governor: There is a motion by the Secretary of State to approve agenda item number 6 State Vehicle Purchase and second by the Attorney General. Is there a discussion on the motion? Hearing none, all those in favor of the motion please say aye. The motion passes unanimously.

*7.

STATUS OF FURLOUGHS

Pursuant to Senate Bill 433, Section 5.2 (a) of the 2009 Legislative Session, the State Board of Examiners shall determine positions within the Executive Branch of State Government that cannot be subject to furlough leave. Section 8 provides $4 million in General Fund over the biennium to cover furlough leave exceptions statewide. A. Department of Corrections

The Department was granted an exception for FY 2010 which expired June 30, 2010 and included all Correctional Officer and Senior Correctional Officer positions. The department had put forth a plan to close Nevada State Prison and open Units 7A & 7B at High Desert State Prison, to the Board of Prison Commissioners (Board) which was denied at its June 23, 2010 meeting. It was then suggested at the July 13, 2010 meeting of the board that the department submit a biennial plan to implement Senate Bill 433 to the August 2010 BOE. A biennial plan to implement Senate Bill 433 was presented to the board at its August 11th 2009 meeting. Subsequently, the department submitted a request for exceptions to the board at its November 9, 2010 meeting and was approved $625,174 for the months of November and December 2010. The Department of Corrections requested exceptions for the months of January 2011 through March 31, 2011, for multiple positions necessary for public safety at a cost of approximately $938,069 (the unobligated balance in the furlough account is $1,018,755). This request includes all Correctional Officer and Senior Correctional Officer positions. The Board of Examiners at its January 11, 2011 meeting approved furlough exemptions for the month of January 2011 based on testimony provided by the new Acting Director, Greg Cox, who indicated that the department could implement furloughs beginning in February 2011; the estimated cost of this exemption is $323,113, leaving an unobligated balance of $695,643 in the furlough account. Clerks Recommendation: I recommend approval. Motion By: Comments: Seconded By: Vote:

Governor: Agenda item 7 is the status of furloughs. I see Mr. Cox is here. Clerk: And Governor if I may before Mr. Cox starts, I would like to give the Board members an update just on where we are from the 2009 Legislative Session. In your packet under item 7 page 3 of that item there is a schedule of Board of Examiners actions as well as how much is left
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in the account. The 2009 Legislature appropriated four million dollars and you can see the actions taken through FY 2009 and the amounts that the Board allocated at that time which left a balance of $179,432. The Department of Corrections actual funds transferred to them was $2,355,531. The Board in November approved exceptions for November and December which totaled $625,714. The Board in January approved furlough exceptions for the month of January which totaled $323,113. The remaining funds that were allocated from the 2009 Legislative Session is $695,643. Governor: Good Morning, Mr. Cox. Do you have any questions for Mr. Clinger? Greg Cox: Good Morning. I still recommend the implementation of furloughs for all staff for our department. Our top priority and focus is maintaining the safety and security of all staff, inmates and the public. We continue to look at data in regards to the outrage. We focus on different parts of that and how we can reduce the risk to staff. We will continue to review the data regarding staffs furlough and the impact it has on our inmates and we will monitor that carefully as we move forward. Governor: Mr. Cox I saw some error in your report with regards to two incidents that happened. Is there a relationship between those incidences and the furloughs? Greg Cox: Governor, I have looked at both of those instances and there is no correlation with those instances and furloughs. Governor: How would you characterize the impact the furloughs have had on the department compared to when you werent taking any furloughs? Greg Cox: On page 5 of your packet under agenda item 7, there is a table which shows furloughs not taken there were 442 total instances. Once the furloughs were in place we see a smaller number 420. So this is not a correlation between furloughs being taken and those instances. Basically, our inmates get very problematic at times, but we continue to look at how and why the instance occurred. Governor: Do you feel confident that this is the correct approach? Greg Cox: Yes I do Governor. And I will continue to monitor and I will come back at update you on the status of the furlough impact. Governor: Do any of the Board members have any questions for Mr. Cox? I believe that this is just a status report and no action needs to be taken by the board? Clerk: That is correct Governor, unless the Board wanted to grant additional exceptions to furloughs. Governor: You are not seeking any action on behalf of the Board are you? Greg Cox: No, Governor. Governor: Ok, Thank you.

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*8.

VICTIMS OF CRIME PROGRAM (VOCP) APPEAL

Pursuant to NRS 217.117 Section 3, the Board may review the case and either render a decision within 15 days of the Board meeting; or, if they would like to hear the case with the appellant present, they can schedule the case to be heard at their next meeting. A. Juan Moore

Juan Moore appeals the denial of his application for VOCP assistance. Mr. Moore submitted his application to the VOCP on October 27, 2010 because his car had been burglarized and vandalized while he was away from home. His application was denied because this type of crime is not covered under NRS 217. Additionally, the police report was filed nearly a month after Mr. Moore discovered the break in. During the appeal hearing, Mr. Moore indicated this is related to harassment by the FBI that he has suffered for the past 43 years. Appeals Officer Geraldine Schwartzer upheld the Compensation Officers decision, finding that the situation Mr. Moore has described does not satisfy the requirements of the program. Clerks Recommendation: It is recommended that Mr. Moores appeal be denied. Motion By: Secretary of State Comments: Seconded By: Attorney General Vote: 3-0

Governor: We will move to the next item on the agenda which is the Victims of Crime Program Appeal. Clerk: Thank you, Governor. This is an appeal to the Board of Examiners for the denial of a claim for Mr. Moore. His application was denied because this type of crime is not covered under NRS 217. In addition the police report was filed nearly a month after Mr. Moore discovered the break in to his vehicle. We do have Rebecca Salazar down in Las Vegas as well. Governor: Mrs. Salazar, do you wish to make a presentation with regards to this agenda item? Rebecca Salazar: No, Governor. I believe my packet is sufficient. I can answer any questions that anyone might have. Governor: Would you provide a quick summary of your packet that you provided? Rebecca Salazar: Mr. Moore filed this application for a break-in. He was away from home for a few days, came home and discovered that his car had been broken into and vandalized. That type of crime is not covered under NRS 217 so that was the reason for the denial. The police report was filed after the five days allowed by law so that was the secondary reason. During the appeal Mr. Moore didnt offer any other information. He did indicate that he believes that the break in relates to harassment he has suffered throughout his life by the FBI. The Appeals Hearing Officer found that this type of crime is not covered under NRS 217 and the case remained denied. Governor: Thank you, Mrs. Salazar. Do any of the other Board members have any questions? Is there a representative for Mr. Moore present? Rebecca Salazar: He is not present.
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Governor: Is there anyone there on his behalf? Rebecca Salazar: No Sir. Governor: Is there anyone here in Carson City on behalf of Mr. Moore? Are there any Board member comments or questions? The chair will accept a motion on this matter. Secretary of State: I will move to deny the appeal and uphold the decision of the Hearings Officer. Attorney General: I will second the motion. Governor: It has been motioned by the Secretary of State and second by the Attorney General to uphold the findings of the Hearings Office. Is there any discussion on the motion? Hearing none all those in favor signify by saying aye. The motion passes unanimously.

*9.

LEASES

Five statewide leases were submitted to the Board for review and approval. Clerks Recommendation: I recommend approval. Motion By: Secretary of State Comments: Seconded By: Attorney General Vote: 3-0

Governor: We will move to agenda item 9, which are leases. Clerk: Thank you, Governor. There are five leases on the agenda this morning. I would note that I would like to pull lease number 3 from the agenda. This lease is with the Department of Business and Industry; depending on legislative action we will bring that lease to the next meeting. Governor: Thank you Mr. Clinger. I noticed that lease number 4 and 5 are renegotiations which will be a savings to the State of approximately $60,000. Were you able to ascertain if any of the other leases provided savings to the State? Clerk: Governor, the first two leases with the Department of Administration, Appeals Division and Hearings Division those are leases that were renegotiated back in April 2010. The original leases were a $1.30 a square foot escalading to $1.47 a square foot after 6 years. The current lease that you see on the agenda today has a rate of $1.25 a square foot for year one and $1.29 a square foot for year three and four. So you can see compared to what the lease was prior to the April 2010 reduction it has been reduced approximately 10%. I dont have the annual savings. Governor: So it is probably about a $5,500 dollar savings a year? Clerk: That is fair; it is about $5,000 a year less than the old lease.

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Governor: Do any of the Board members have any questions for Mr. Clinger with regards to agenda item number 9? Hearing none the chair will accept a motion for leases 1, 2, 4 and 5. Secretary of State: So moved. Attorney General: Second. Governor: It was motioned by the Secretary of State and second by the Attorney General. Is there any discussion on the motion? Hearing none all those in favor of the motion please say aye. The motion passes unanimously.

*10. CONTRACTS
Sixty-Seven independent contracts were submitted to the Board for review and approval. Clerks Recommendation: I recommend approval. Motion By: Secretary of State Comments: Seconded By: Attorney General Vote: 3-0

Governor: We move on to agenda item number 10 which is the contracts, Mr. Clinger. Clerk: Thank you Governor. There are sixty seven contracts on the agenda this morning for the Boards review and consideration. I would note two changes for the Board. Contract number 17; I would request that the item be withdrawn at this time and would note that contract number 19 has indicated on the agenda that it is a sole source contract, this is actually not a sole source contract. Governor: Thank you. Do any of the Board members have any questions with regards to agenda item 10, 1-67? I have a few. The first contract is number one for the Energy Office. The next contract I have a question on is number 10, Data Communications Division. My question is a very minor one, under the justification it states to provide a more economical internet solution at 200 South Virginia, Reno what does that mean? Dave Gustafson: This contract is to true up authority for connection. Governor: True up authority? Dave Gustafson: The original contract actually was insufficient regarding the authority for internet services. Governor: Thank you. The next contract I have a question is contract number 13 for the Department of Education. My question is are there any issues with regards to the recording of the results and are they returned to Nevada in a timely manner? Carol Crothers: This particular contractor processes the results after our statewide process of teachers who score the results. So this contractor essentially returns the data back to us within hours of receiving the data. This amendment is an opportunity for us to see if we can decrease the amount of time that it takes us to turn around the results.
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Governor: Excellent, thank you. Next I would like to move to contract number 16 and I dont need a representative to come forward I just need to make a declaration. This is a contract between Welfare and Supportive Services and The Childrens Cabinet. I need to disclose that my wife is an employee of The Childrens Cabinet and that because she is employed with them I will not participate in the move on this matter. The next contract is number 27 for the Department of Corrections. I see that we are essentially doubling the amount of the contract; will this allow the service for more individuals? Jeff Mohlenkamp: Yes it will, Governor. Governor: Ok, thank you. The last contract that I have is number 67. Whenever I see a figure of $247,200,000 I would like to have a little discussion regarding what it is for. Jim Wells: This contract provides HMO services for all of our 13 Northern Nevada counties. This provides us an alternative to the self funded PPO plan. So this contract has gone through the RFP process and there were three vendors, this company not only had just the best cost proposal but the purchasing plan design of the three that put their bid in. The amount of the contract is based on our projected enrollment. Governor: So you are saying that Home Town Health had the lowest bid and the highest rating for their services? Jim Wells: Yes. Governor: Do any of the Board members have any questions for Mr. Wells? Do any of the Board members have any questions with regards to agenda item 10 contracts 1 through 67? Hearing none the chair will accept a motion to approve all of the contract items with the exception of contract number 17 which has been withdrawn and contract number 16 which I will be abstaining from the vote. Secretary of State: So moved. Attorney General: Second. Governor: There is a motion to approve agenda item 10, 1-67 with the exception of 17 and 16 by the Secretary of State and a second by the Attorney General. Is there any discussion on the motion? All in favor of the motion please say aye. The motion passes unanimously. Governor: The chair will accept a separate motion on contract number 16. Secretary of State: I will move for approval of contract number 16. Attorney General: I will second the motion. Secretary of State: All those in favor of the motion please say aye. The motion passes.

*11. MASTER SERVICE AGREEMENTS


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Seven master service agreements were submitted to the Board for review and approval. Clerks Recommendation: I recommend approval. Motion By: Secretary of State Comments: Seconded By: Attorney General Vote: 3-0

Governor: We will move on to agenda item eleven which is master service agreements. Clerk: Thank you Governor. Item eleven; there are seven master service agreements for the boards review and approval. Governor: Do any of the Board members have any questions with regards to agenda item number eleven? If there are no questions the chair will accept a motion. Secretary of State: Move for approval of the seven master service agreements under agenda item number eleven. Attorney General: Ill second the motion. Governor: We have a motion by the Secretary of State on agenda item number eleven master service agreements and second by the Attorney General. Is there any discussion on the motion? Hearing no discussion all those in favor of the motion please say aye. The motion passes unanimously.

*12. APPROVAL OF REVISED AGENCY TRAVEL POLICY


Pursuant to SAM 0208, in the event an agency adopts a rate of reimbursement less than the amounts specified in NRS 281.160, Board of Examiners approval is required. A. Office of the State Controller

This request allows the Division to adopt a rate of reimbursement less than the amounts specified by the GSA in NRS 281.160. The Office of the Controller is requesting the following changes: 1. Employees will be provided lodging arranged by the Executive Assistant. Employees, who choose not to avail themselves of the arranged lodging, will not be eligible for lodging reimbursement above the amount arranged by the Executive Assistant. 2. Employees will receive meal reimbursement when they are over 50 miles from their duty station based on the hour limits disclosed in the revised travel policy. Clerks Recommendation: I recommend approval. Motion By: Secretary of State Comments: Seconded By: Attorney General Vote: 3-0

Governor: We will now move to agenda item number twelve. Mr. Clinger. Clerk: Thank you Governor. Agenda item number 12 is an item requested by the State Controllers Office. The request is a change to the State Controllers travel policy specifically what they are requesting is that employees will be provided lodging arranged by the Executive
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Assistant within the Controllers Office. Employees who choose not to avail themselves of the arranged lodging, will not be eligible for lodging reimbursement above the amount arranged by the Executive Assistant. Number 2 is the employees will receive meal reimbursement when they are over 50 miles from their duty station based on the hour limits disclosed in the revised travel policy. Item number 2 is consistent with the State Administrative Manual. Item number one is a variation from the State Administrative Manual. Governor: Thank you Mr. Clinger. Is there a representative here from the Controllers Office on this matter? I just wanted to see if you would like to add anything further to this agenda item? Mary Keating: No sir, I am happy with the way that Mr. Clinger described it. Governor: Do any of the Board members have any questions for Mr. Clinger or Ms. Keating regarding this agenda item? Attorney General: Mary Keating, could you just explain how it departs from the existing policy that is set through SAM and the Statute and why you feel that it is necessary to depart from that policy to some extent. Mary Keating: As I understand correctly the current policy in SAM, several years back the State of Nevada adopted the GSA rate policy and that allows certain hotels amounts depending on where you are going. What we are experiencing in todays market is very adequate hotels through the Purchasing website that the fees are less than what is currently been authorized in GSA rates or the CONUS rates. What we are trying to clarify is we would find hotels on behalf of the employees and we will pay those amounts; however we have had instances where the employees have wanted to be paid equal or beyond that amount. That is beyond what it costs us to do this in todays market and we just cant afford that. In the event that the rate is changed and at some point the hotels will equal the amount that we are finding in the GSA we will pay that rate. But just want to clarify that we are not willing to pay the higher rate when we can find a cheaper rate on Purchasings website. Attorney General: So just so that I can clarify, because this doesnt make sense to me. What you are basically saying is that you can find a hotel rate that is cheaper than what is allowed in the GSA even still State Employees will ask for reimbursement for the difference even though they may have received a cheaper rate? Mary Keating: Yes, madam Attorney General. Clerk: If I may clarify, there are multiple lodging rates. The GSA does a survey and they publish those surveyed rates. In the areas that they dont survey they have a CONUS rate which is a standard rate that they provide for un-surveyed areas. In the State Administrative Manual if you use a CONUS rate which is the minimum rate for the state there is no receipt that is required. If you use one of the published rates you do have to provide a lodging receipt to get reimbursement. So they should not be exceeding the GSA rate, and I believe what the Controllers Office is trying to do is if they can find rates that are cheaper than what the employees are turning in receipts for but they can not exceed the published rates. Attorney General: If we are going to be physically prudent why would be paying our State employees more than what there actual expenses are?
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Clerk: And we are not, I am saying that they have to supply a receipt. We should not be paying them more than what they spent. The only time that could happen is if they are in an unsurveyed area using a CONUS rate which doesnt require them to submit a receipt for those areas and they could get reimbursed at a higher rate. We certainly could bring back a change to the State Administrative Manual that would require receipts in all cases and that would help fix the situation. Attorney General: I would prefer that. Is there some reason why we stopped requiring receipts in all instances when we are reimbursing for travel expenses and isnt that what we are trying to be prudent with our dollars and insure that we are only paying for those expenses that are put out and not additional money that they might not be entitled to? Clerk: These are travel policies that were approved after the 2007 Legislative Session when we went to the GSA rates prior to that we didnt use the GSA rates. I am not sure why we didnt include receipts for the unsurveyed areas at the time, but it is easy to fix the State Administrative Manual if that is the direction of the Board. Attorney General: I dont want to get off track here but I would ask that we could bring this item back as a future agenda item that we could look at to see if we are on the right track. Since we just passed it maybe we should take a look at it and see how it is being implemented in practice and whether we need to make changes to that particular policy. Governor: I agree with you madam Attorney General. My question would be should we say with consideration with this agenda item in light of the possibility of adoption of a new policy that would include the provision of receipts. Clerk: I dont think so and Ms. Keating can correct me if I am wrong currently in the areas that are surveyed they publish rates for those areas and I think what the Controllers Office is indicating is that they can procure rooms less than the published rate is why they are requiring their staff to go to one executive assistant. The changes that I am talking about would not change that. Governor: Perhaps madam Attorney General, in the Board Member comments you could request or the Board could request the examination of SAM being consistent with what Mr. Clinger has indicated to ensure that there is a review of all of the receipts and that there is not a reimbursement greater than the cost of the trip. Secretary of State: I would just like to comment that I remember seeing some concerns from the Department of Wildlife that they sometimes stay in places where they would not obtain a receipt so I think we would just need to check and see who is or would be exempt from turning in those types of receipts. Clerk: Mr. Secretary your memory is better than mine, but now that you mentioned it that was the issue and we can certainly review the minutes from those meetings and see who would be exempt from the policy. Governor: The chair will accept a motion to approve the revised agency travel policy.

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Secretary of State: So moved. Attorney General: I will second the motion. Governor: It has been motioned by the Secretary of State, second by the Attorney General. Is there any discussion on the motion? Hearing none, all those in favor of the motion please say aye. The motion passes unanimously.

13.

BOARD MEMBERS COMMENTS/PUBLIC COMMENTS

Comments: Governor: Are there any Board member comments? Mr. Clinger, I dont want to be redundant but if you would explore a possible limit to SAMs policy as represented by the Attorney General and also to respond to the Secretary of State with regards to those agencies who would be exempt from this policy. Clerk: Yes I will. Attorney General: Thank you Governor. Governor: Are there any other Board member comments? Are there any public comments from any one in Las Vegas or in Carson City? Kevin Ranft: I am testifying this morning in matters of public concern. I was hoping that I wouldnt have to be here today regarding the impact of the furloughs for the Department of Corrections. However, I have major concerns with agenda item 7. I am told that Nevada is the only state that uses furloughs for their staff for the prison system through the country. There are some alternatives that can be used in place of the furloughs. With all due respect to Director Cox I feel that the furloughs have impacted the safety, and the security of the staff, the officers and all of those involved in the prison system. NDOC with all of its fallen down positions has the lowest officer/inmate ratios in the nation. NDOC used additional holding shut downs to absorb these furloughs. That is not safe and has caused instances like the nurse. We feel that there is a major concern here and had there been two officers on the floor that inmate would have been restrained and taken care of orderly. Two days later the Department of Corrections said that we made a mistake. Again this is a matter of public concern and there are some security concerns here. I respectfully request investigating and a temporary exemption into the Nevada Department of Corrections for their furloughs. Thank you for your time. Governor: Thank you sir. Is there any other individual that would like to provide public comment? Seeing and hearing none I will close public comment.

*14. ADJOURNMENT
Clerks Recommendation: I recommend approval. Motion By: Secretary of State Comments: Seconded By: Attorney General Vote: 3-0

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Governor: We move to agenda item number 14, Is there a motion to adjourn? Secretary of State: So moved. Attorney General: Second. Governor: It has been motioned by the Secretary of State and second by the Attorney General. All those in favor of the motion please say aye. Motion passes and this meeting of the Board of Examiners is adjourned. Thank you.

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Respectfully submitted, ________________________________________________________________________ ANDREW K. CLINGER, CLERK APPROVED: ________________________________________________________________________ GOVERNOR BRIAN SANDOVAL, CHAIRMAN ________________________________________________________________________ ATTORNEY GENERAL CATHERINE CORTEZ MASTO ________________________________________________________________________ SECRETARY OF STATE ROSS MILLER

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MINUTES MEETING OF THE BOARD OF EXAMINERS


May 10, 2011 The Board of Examiners met on May 10, 2011, in the Guinn Room on the second floor of the Capitol Building, 101 N. Carson St., Carson City, Nevada, at 10:00 a.m. Present were: Members: Governor Brian Sandoval Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto Secretary of State Ross Miller Clerk Andrew K. Clinger

Others Present: Mark Costa, Department of Cultural Affairs Peter Barton, Department of Cultural Affairs Julie Chapman, Department of Public Safety, Parole and Probation Crystal Jackson, Public Utilities Commission Chris Nielson, Department of Taxation Jennifer Bauer, Department of Public Safety Johnean Morrison, Department of Public Safety, Highway Patrol Donnell Barton, Department of Education Kiphart, Department of Public Safety, Office of Traffic Safety Greg Smith, Department of Administration, Purchasing Rick Gimlin, Department of Public Safety, Parole and Probation David Gustafson, Department of Information Technology Clark Leslie, Attorney Generals Office Lori Meyer, Department of Business and Industry, Industrial Relations Hurlee Thoreson, Department of Business and Industry, Industrial Relations Phil Weyrick, Department of Health and Human Services, Health Sue Hohn, Department of Business and Industry, Directors Office Jason Holm, Department of Health and Human Services, Welfare and Supportive Services Steve Fisher, Department of Health and Human Services, Welfare and Supportive Services Mike Torvinen, Department of Health and Human Services, Directors Office Dave Prather, Department of Health and Human Services, Mental Health and Developmental Services Wendy Simons, Department of Health and Human Services, Health, Bureau of Health Care Quality and Compliance Leticia Metherell, Department of Health and Human Services, Health, Bureau of Health Care Quality and Compliance Katherine Yonkers, Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation Mechelle Merrill, Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation, Vocational Rehabilitation Lee-Ann Easton, Department of Administration, Budget Carolyn Misumi, Department of Taxation Michael Fischer, Department of Cultural Affairs
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Steven Aldinger, Department of Business and Industry, Real Estate Robert Chisel, Department of Transportation Dennis Gallagher, Attorney Generals Office Romaine Gilliland, Department of Health and Human Services, Welfare and Supportive Services Sue Smith, Department of Health and Human Services, Welfare and Supportive Services Todd Rich, Department of Business and Industry Susan Injayan, Department of Business and Industry, Financial Institutions Tamara Nash, Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation Brenda Ford, Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation Carol Sala, Department of Health and Human Services, Aging and Disability Services Greg Weyland, Department of Education Danette Kluever, Department of Health and Human Services, Child and Family Services Jeff Morrow, Department of Health and Human Services, Child and Family Services Tom Wilczek, Office of Energy Katie Armstrong, Attorney Generals Office Keith Munro, Attorney Generals Office Laura Hale, Department of Health and Human Services, Health Steve Woodbury, Commission on Tourism David Peterson, Commission on Tourism Megan Sloan, Public Employees Benefits Program Jim Wells, Public Employees Benefits Program Larry Friedman, Commission on Tourism Lucas Foleta, Governors Office Patrick Cates, Department of Wildlife Mary Keating, Controllers Office Kim Wallen, Controllers Office David Peterson, Commission on Tourism, Research

PRESS Sean Whaley, Nevada News Bureau

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APPROVAL OF PROPOSED CHANGE TO TRAVEL REIMBURSEMENT

Pursuant to SAM 0208, in the event an agency adopts a rate of reimbursement less than the amounts specified in NRS 281.160, Board of Examiners approval is required. A. Public Utilities Commission

This request allows the Commission to require employees to submit lodging receipts for travel within the Continental United States (CONUS) regardless of the actual cost incurred. Clerks Recommendation: I recommend approval. Motion By: Attorney General Comments: Seconded By: Secretary of State Vote: 3-0

Governor: Welcome to the May meeting of the Board of Examiners. All members are present. I ask that we move to the first item on the agenda, Mr. Clinger. Clerk: Thank you Governor. Item one on the agenda this morning is a request from the Public Utilities Commission to revise their travel policy to require receipts for all lodging and the State Administrative Manual does not require a receipt for all lodging. We will be bringing an item to the Board revising the current policies in the State Administrative Manual. Governor: Thank you Mr. Clinger, is there someone here from the Public Utilities Commission on this matter? Could you please give us some more background as to the genesis of this item? Crystal Jackson: Thank you Governor. As Mr. Clinger just stated the current policy doesnt require a lodging receipt for reimbursement for the CONUS rates around the State. What the Public Utilities Commission has experiencing is that employees can apply for reimbursement with respect to lodging without a receipt and can seek reimbursement up to $77.00 even though the expense never occurred. For example you may have an employee who got a complimentary room or they may stay with family or friends, but on their travel reimbursement they claim the $77.00. So we would like to change that policy to require a receipt for all lodging expenses and that way the Commission will have the ability to reimburse the actual amounts that we incurred so no more and no less. Governor: Is this something that has been abused? Crystal Jackson: We have our suspicions. It is difficult to say yes when we dont require a receipt. But we are aware that we have some employees that have been submitting for reimbursement when the travel expenses have not occurred. We are estimating that we could probably stretch our travel dollars with this change and currently we are trying to make our spending go as far as we can so that we dont exceed that budget account. Governor: Thank you Ms. Jackson. Do any of the other members have questions? My question is should this be a state wide policy?

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Clerk: Yes Governor. This relates to the discussion that we had at the last BOE with the State Controllers Office. We currently dont require receipts when they use the CONUS rate which is the lowest rate. What we discussed at the last meeting is that we are going to look into this policy and bring back changes to the Board members. Governor: If there are no questions by the Board, the chair will accept a motion. Attorney General: I will move for approval. Secretary of State: Second. Governor: This item has been motioned by the Attorney General and second by the Secretary of State to approve agenda item one. Are there any questions on the motion? Hearing none, all those in favor of the motion please say aye. The motion passes unanimously.

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VICTIMS OF CRIME 2011 3RD QUARTER REPORT AND 2011 4TH QUARTER RECOMMENDATION

NRS 217.260 requires the Board of Examiners to estimate available revenue and anticipated claim costs each quarter. If revenues are insufficient to pay anticipated claims, the statute directs that claim payments must be reduced proportionately. The Victims of Crime Program Coordinator recommends paying the Priority 1 & 2 claims at 100% and Priority 3 claims at 100% of the approved amount for the 4th quarter of FY 2011. Clerks Recommendation: I recommend approval. Motion By: Attorney General Comments: Seconded By: Secretary of State Vote: 3-0

Governor: Next item on the agenda, Mr. Clinger. Clerk: Thank you Governor. This is a request for the Victims of Crime program to approve the reimbursement rates for the 3rd quarter of fiscal year 2011. This requirement is pursuant to NRS 217.260 the Board is required to estimate available revenue and anticipated claim costs each quarter. Based on those projections it is recommended that we continue to pay Priority Claims at 100%. In your packet you will see beginning on page two of the information provided you can see on the first table the amounts that were billed in fiscal year 2011. Governor: Is this an information item or an action item? Clerk: This is an action item. The Board has to set approve the reimbursement rates for the 4th quarter based on the projections. Governor: I have a question; it says that the federal governments contribution for the grant is $820,000 higher than last year. What are the elements that come in that determine how much that grant is going to be?

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Clerk: Governor, I am not sure if we have anyone here from the Victims of Crime program. I am not sure what the criteria is, for allocating those funds to the state. Governor: For my reading on this because the increases in revenue from fines, restitution, wage assessment, court assessment, treasurers interest it has got to be because we increased the grant, but if the grant doesnt come in next year at that level what would we have to consider? Clerk: Governor, this is something that we have to evaluate every quarter to see what the state receives to pay the claims and you are correct for this fiscal year we did receive a $820,000 more in federal assistance than we received last year so that has enabled us to pay the claims at 100%. We are required to come back every quarter and make the projections off what we think the revenue would be. Governor: Thank you Mr. Clinger. Are there any questions from the Board members? The chair will accept a motion. Attorney General: Ill move for approval. Secretary of State: Second. Governor: It has been motioned by the Attorney General to approve agenda item number two and second by the Secretary of State. Is there any discussion on the motion? Hearing none all those in favor of the motion please say aye. The motion passes unanimously.

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SALARY ADJUSTMENTS
A. Distribution of Salary Adjustments to Departments, Commissions and Agencies, pursuant to Chapter 391, Senate Bill 433, Sections 6, 7, 8, of the 2009 Legislative Session.

The 2009 Legislative Session made appropriations from the General Fund and the Highway Fund to the Board of Examiners to meet certain salary deficiencies for fiscal year 2011 that might be created between the appropriated money of the respective departments, commissions, and agencies and the actual cost of the personnel of those departments, commissions, and agencies that are necessary to pay for salaries. Under this legislation, the following amounts from the General Fund and/or Highway Fund are recommended:

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BA# 1052 2870 2891 2892 2940 2941 3194

BUDGET ACCOUNT NAME ARCHIVES & RECORDS NEVADA HISTORICAL SOCIETY NEVADA STATE LIBRARY CULTURAL AFFAIRS ADMINISTRATION NEVADA STATE MUSEUM MUSEUMS & HISTORY ADMINISTRATION HHS CONSUMER HEALTH PROTECTION Total

GENERAL FUND ADJUSTMENT $4,567 $8,036 $11,537 $11,508 $24,172 $4,784 $15,990 $80,594

HWY FUND ADJUSTMENT

Clerks Recommendation: I recommend approval. Motion By: Attorney General Comments: Seconded By: Secretary of State Vote: 3-0

Governor: Item number three on the agenda, Mr. Clinger. Clerk: Thank you Governor. Item number three is a request to disburse funds out of the Board of Examiners salary adjustment account. These are funds that were appropriated by the 2009 Legislature for the purposes of allocating to state agencies the Governors budget. Over the current biennium it was a 6% salary reduction and when the legislature implemented that furlough which reduced the cut to 4.6% and when the legislature approved those budgets they did not restore all of the funding back to the individual accounts. Instead the difference between the 6% cuts for the Governors budget and the 4.6% approved the legislature was appropriated to the Board of Examiners salary adjustment funds. So this is the first of the series of salary adjustments that you will see for the fiscal year of 2011. Most of these items relate to the Department of Cultural Affairs and there is one Consumer Health Protection on there from the Department of Health and Human Services. So these items come in to our office at the end of each fiscal year and each agency is allowed a certain amount of the Board of Examiners funds to be allocated. Governor: Which account do these funds come out of? Clerk: It comes out of an account that we refer to as the Board of Examiners salary adjustment account. So the legislature appropriates funds to this account to be disbursed to state agencies based on the difference between the 6% reduction that was originally put in the budget. Typically this account is used to fund cost of living and instead of putting the cost of living into each individual account it is just appropriated to this account and then allocated out to the correct agency based on the adjustments. Governor: And we will have a sufficient amount to cover this?
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Clerk: Yes, we will have sufficient money to cover this. We track how much each agency is eligible for the biennium and we dont let any of the agencies to exceed their calculated amount. Governor: Thank you, Mr. Clinger. Are there any questions from the Board members? Attorney General: Quick question, so that account it will no longer exist after the next biennium is that right? Clerk: It depends on what the legislature does and if they were to change the salary reduction and they didnt go in and change each individual account than it would be put into the Board of Examiners salary adjustment account for disbursement to the agencies. Governor: Are there any other questions from the Board members? Hearing none the chair will accept a motion on agenda item number three. Attorney General: I will move for approval of agenda item three. Secretary of State: Ill second. Governor: It has been motioned by the Attorney General and second by the Secretary of State for the approval of agenda item three. Is there any discussion on the motion? Hearing none, all those in favor of the motion please signify by saying aye. The motion passes unanimously.

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STATE VEHICLE PURCHASE

Pursuant to NRS 334.010, no automobile may be purchased by any department, office, bureau, officer or employee of the State without prior written consent of the State Board of Examiners. AGENCY NAME Department of Business and Industry Industrial Relations Mine Safety & Training Section Total: Clerks Recommendation: I recommend approval. Motion By: Attorney General Comments: Seconded By: Secretary of State Vote: 3-0 # OF VEHICLES NOT TO EXCEED:

$26,359.25 $26,359.25

Governor: We will move to agenda item four, Mr. Clinger. Clerk: Thank you Governor. Item number four is a request to purchase a vehicle. This is a replacement vehicle for the Department of Business and Industry, Industrial Relations Division, Mine Safety & Training Section. This is to replace a vehicle that has 127,488 miles on it.

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Governor: Are there any questions from the Board members on number four of the agenda? Hearing none, the chair will accept a motion. Attorney General: Move for approval of item four. Secretary of State: Second. Governor: It has been motioned by the Attorney General to approve item four on the agenda and second by the Secretary of State. Is there any discussion on the motion? Hearing none all those in favor of the motion please say aye. The motion passes unanimously.

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LEASES

Three statewide leases were submitted to the Board for review and approval. Clerks Recommendation: I recommend approval. Motion By: Attorney General Comments: Seconded By: Secretary of State Vote: 3-0

Governor: We will now move to agenda item number five. Clerk: Thank you Governor. Agenda item number five is the request for approval on three leases. The first lease is for the Department of Business and Industry, Directors Office for a move due to the consolidation of the Department. Just a note for the board members this consolidation was actually approved this morning by the joint subcommittee. This item is contingent upon final legislative approval. If the legislature didnt approve the consolidation this lease would have to change. The second lease on the list is an amendment to an existing lease and I believe the third lease is also an amendment. Governor: Are there any questions from the Board members on agenda item five? Attorney General: Let me back up to lease one, if the legislature doesnt approve the consolidation we will not need this lease? Clerk: Not necessarily, it just depends what the legislature decides to do. The size of this lease could change if the legislature decides not to approve the consolidation. Attorney General: I guess I just wanted to make sure that we are able to get out of the lease at no cost to the state if the consolidation is not approved. Clerk: That is correct; all of our leases have a funding clause so if the funding is not approved for this relocation there will be no costs to us. Attorney General: So its conditioned not necessarily on Interim Finance Committee and the Board of Examiners or is it IFC that approves it or is it the legislature?

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Clerk: There is actually several pieces to it. The Joint Subcommittee today approved the consolidation. What IFC will do is there is some funding needed in fiscal year 2011 to make the move happen and there are some tenant improvements that also needs to be done. There is a work program that was submitted to IFC to provide funding in the current fiscal year. Governor: Mr. Secretary do you have any questions? Secretary of State: I do not, Governor. Governor: The chair will accept a motion on agenda item five for leases. Attorney General: Ill move for approval. Secretary of State: Second. Governor: It has been motioned by the Attorney General and second by the Secretary of State. Is there any discussion on the motion? Hearing none all those in favor of the motion please say aye. The motion passes unanimously.

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CONTRACTS

Seventy-five independent contracts were submitted to the Board for review and approval. Clerks Recommendation: I recommend approval. Motion By: Attorney General Comments: Seconded By: Secretary of State Vote: 3-0

Governor: We now move to agenda item six, Mr. Clinger. Clerk: Thank you Governor. Agenda item six is the request for the Board of Examiners to approve 75 independent contracts. Governor: I have a few contracts that I would like to discuss contract number 1, 6-14, 15, 17, 42, 73 and 74. Do any of the other Board members have any contracts that you have any questions on? Secretary of State: No Governor. Attorney General: I have questions regarding contract number 17. Governor: We will move on to contract number one. My question is simply what are we accomplishing on this contract? Tom Wilczek: This contract is to provide the Nevada Energy Assistance Corporation (NEAC), a non-profit corporation, formed by the Department of Business & Industry funding to lessen the burdens of government of the State by promoting the development of renewable and sustainable energy projects with Nevada. Pursuant to the recommendations of the Governor's Renewable
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Energy Transmission Access Advisory Committee, and the Governor's Renewable Energy Transmission Access Advisory Committee, Phase II, NEAC was formed to perform the essential functions of conducting feasibility, environmental and engineering studies and planning for the construction and operation of transmission lines necessary to connect renewable and sustainable energy generating sites to the State and National power grids. Secretary of State: Governor, I would just note that NEAC is in default with our office. The contract requires that they maintain themselves in good standings. We will follow up with them to make sure that they are incompliance. Governor: We will move on to contract number six. Greg Smith: These contracts are all linked together is there any specific questions or would you like me to talk a little bit of why we administer these contracts? Governor: Yes, that was my question why are we doing these contracts? Greg Smith: The short answer is why purchasing? We do a good job. I will tell you a couple of things is the State needs to be the recipient. We actually administer about seven Commodity Foods Programs such as, The School Nutrition Program is one of them and there are several others. They all kind of link together in our distribution and keep the trucks full, receiving money. The recent internal audits that we have had by both LCB and our own Internal Audit staff from the Department of Administration have discussed the idea, would it be better in Welfare or in DHHS? We have come out of each of those audits with a recommendation of continue to talk, continue to get the biggest bang for the buck for right now and the last 30 years it has been done in the Purchasing Division. When you talk about how, the State has a 65,000 square foot warehouse located in Reno next to the DMV. We also have a 15,000 square foot warehouse located in Las Vegas that we own. One of the reasons that it has been hugely important for the State to continue to play this roll is that once you get outside of Clark County and Washoe County and maybe Carson City being the exception you will find that there is not enough storage places in the rural areas to administer the program and so what happens is the federal government will decide that Nevada is allocation of chicken is x million pounds of chicken. These contracts are for processors to turn the raw chicken into chicken nuggets, chicken fingers things that the school lunch folks have determined that their kids will eat and therefore they are interested in buying. The commodity product goes to the processor, the processor then ships us the product we bring it into our warehouse and then our trucks deliver it out to the school facilities on a regular basis. One of the things that is kind of neat is how our system works. Keep in mind the State Purchasing also operates the surplus excess property program where we pick up desks and chairs any excess property that an agency is getting rid of and bring it back and either use reallocation techniques to get it back into other agencies or non-profit organizations or we auction it off and bring that revenue back into the State. The synergy of these kinds of product we are able to send full trucks because we have a variety of programs going out like to Elko and we are able to bring half to three quarters of a truck load of surplus property back in. So in essence the federal government and this is all cost allocated out and it has all been approved the federal government through these programs helps subsidize our surplus property program to a tremendous extent. If we werent doing that full truck out and half truck back we would still be settled with doing the excess surplus property program. Coming to the legislature ourselves and asking for general fund money in order to do that. So there is a lot of
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duck tailing that goes on. The allocations are based on the School lunch program but also the Temporary Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP). We work very closely with the food banks in the state primarily Three Square in the South and Food Bank of Northern Nevada and we are having some very serious discussions on maximizing the distribution points and value. We have a lot of people that are very happy to do business with us but we want to make sure that our distribution point isnt four miles down the road from someone elses distribution point to where an individual who probably doesnt have transportation needs food to where we say well here is your food basket now if you want the one that you would get from Three Square you have to figure out a way to get over here. So we are talking in earnest of how we can combine these things and even combine some of the deliveries so we can maximize the amount of food we get to the people. The two primaries are: how we get the money is the unemployment population and the percentage of people at or near the poverty levels. Unfortunately in Nevada in the last three or four years that graph has gone up and our budget has grown immensely from the federal government and food product distributed out to people. But we have been able to keep up we have used man power a lot of volunteer workers help distribute the food to churches and to food banks. It is quite an intricate program; I would love to show it to you sometime. Also, these two warehouses kind of function as an ombudsman state garage if you will. There is a lot of times where something comes up and things need to be picked up and taken out of places, we are not concerned where it goes right now just get it out here. And we can take it and store it and then decide what we will do with it. These programs basically pay for the operation of that facility that a lot of agencies get to benefit from. Governor: Thank you Mr. Smith. That was one of my questions, so you are in conversations with Non-Profits like Three Square and Food Bank to see if they perhaps would like to take it over because they are in the business as well? Greg Smith: We have over all conversations going on right now. We brought a facilitator in to keep everybody in their corners and keep things moving productively as you might imagine there is a little bit of turf protection that goes along with these things as well simply because we have done it for thirty years doesnt mean that is the best way to do it now. We do have very sophisticated food banks at either end of the State right now. Part of our concern at least with those two food banks is our program delivers food products to the whole State. Those two programs that I just mentioned specifically really focus on Clark and Washoe. They do get out into the other areas, but they really focus heavily on Clark and Washoe. So part of our concern is we want to make sure the people in Ely, the people in Gabs, the people in Panaca are not forgotten in their distribution plan. We can do better than what we are doing now together. Governor: So back to the schools, the school districts have their own vendors so you deliver the food to the school Greg Smith: The vendors such as Tyson they are the ones that package all of the chicken fingers or nuggets or what ever it is the schools says they want to order. Back up just a little bit we werent very close with the schools to decide what to order out of these products because they found out that the kids liked different stuff, so we are trying to always work with them and make sure that the product we are sending is something that they can buy from the distributor. The cost of these products and this is why the school districts love this, the chicken is pretty much given to the State so we are able to keep the cost low on this. So they maximize every school

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district in the State including Clark County, does everything that they can to use up their allocation on the commodity products to keep their costs low for the school lunches. Governor: Thank you Mr. Smith. Do any of the other Board members have any questions? Hearing none we will move on to item number fifteen. Just a couple of questions you are looking to develop and then secondly I see that this is an out of state advertising firm? Larry Friedman: The whole process was overseen by State Purchasing. The Committee that reviewed the responses is made up of five people, but two of them are our Commissioners. There were eight responses that were from Nevada the others were all out of state. The proposal from one of the vendors was alarming with regards to the scoring. One of the vendors from Nevada was one of the top three but the other vendor came in less. Governor: I am not a marketer but I have lived in the area a longtime and is it important that you renew a brand every three years? This concerns me. Larry Friedman: We have never done brand researching. We have had a very successful campaign and they are pleased just with our advertising and we just want to send the strongest message possible. Governor: You said that there were only two vendors in Nevada? Larry Friedman: Yes. Governor: I dont have anymore questions. Do any of the other Board members have any questions? Thank you, Larry. We will now move on to agenda item number seventeen. Could you please give us some background and let us know why you need this contract. Chris Nielson: The way that this contract was written is there is an option for a one or two year extension on the original contract. I believe the Secretary of State as well as the Attorney General both have some history with this contract that goes back to 2008. What this contract does is provides lock box services. Those services are a high volume processing and depositing of taxpayer payments. This is the fastest way that the department can process the returns. The reason why it states a one or a two year extension is the current contract expires June 30th of this year. The departments intent I believe was to go out to RFP at some point. The one year lease might not give us enough time to go through the RFP process but I will feel comfortable with either extension of the contract. Governor: If you knew that this contract was due to expire in June why hasnt it come to the Board any sooner? Chris Nielson: Thank you Governor. I anticipated that question and personally I dont know. I was not involved with the original contract. I suspect that the policy was to go to RFP. Governor: Are there any Board member comments? Attorney General: Yes, thank you. I know that back in January when this came before us and you were not with the department at that time. One of our concerns is that the money has to be in
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the state and our approval was contingent upon JP Chase moving the money to an account here in Nevada. Are the lockboxes here in Nevada? Chris Nielson: I do not believe so. Attorney General: Just let me tell you that I have the statute in front of me and it is very specific and from my understanding it hasnt changed. Any money belonging to the State must be deposited into an institution or national bank. So unless you went to the Board of Finance it has to be at a facility in the State. That was a condition of our motion on the original contract. It sounds like that has not happened. Chris Nielson: I apologize my deputy is not here today, I cant say for sure where the account is at. It was certainly not the intent of the department to defy what is in statute. Attorney General: Here is my concern obviously we are in a bind and in this point in time we are going to have an extension so that you can go through the RFP process so that there is no disruption in service. Chris Nielson: That is correct. Attorney General: At the same time however, can we move that money to a different account now or is that going to disrupt the process? Chris Nielson: I can certainly pleasure the board and contact JP Morgan Chase today and even though they are located in Arizona get some insight as to what we can do to move the account to Nevada. Attorney General: That is what I ask Governor, I dont know what the pleasure of the Board is but at least I am willing to extend this for a year with the promise that you are going out to RFP. Chris Nielson: Absolutely. We will start that RFP much sooner than later. Governor: If you could also follow up with each of the Board members as to whether there is an account here and if not what does it take to get one. Chris Nielson: Absolutely. Clerk: Governor, if I may we can certainly bring an information item back to the next meeting to give the Board members an update on this process. Governor: Yes if you could please follow up with that Mr. Clinger. Mr. Secretary, do you have any questions? Secretary of State: I have one comment and just a couple of questions. I just want to echo the concerns of the Attorney General. I remember this discussion in 2008 and at that time had commented that it is one of the top complaints that I hear because people confuse me as the tax collector in the state that they have to send their money to Arizona. So I am certainly anxious to see that result. I do have a couple of questions for Mr. Nielson, under the previous terms of the
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contract the state was paying in the ball park of about a million five a year and under this proposal the one year extension that we are contemplating it looks like we are contemplating a substantial discount and paying about five hundred and twenty-one thousand. If we extend that additionally it jumps up to a million five or in the ball park of what we were paying previously. Do you have any idea why they offered that substantial discount for this one year extension? Chris Nielson: Mr. Secretary, it is my understanding that when we were funded last session we estimated the amount it is variable depending on the term because it is based on transactions. We over estimated so if the Board approves the one year there is a discount, not because JP Morgan is offering a discount but because there is extra money or a credit going forward and if we do the two year we initially go back to the original dollar amount. Secretary of State: What is your recommendation? Is it to extend it one year or two years and part of my concern is in looking at the amount for the two year extension that seems to be more in line with the original contract rate. Some of the back ground material attached some of the concern is that if they put the RFP out and they select another vendor you would want to insure over lap in services so that there is no disruption of service. And if that were to happen if we were to select a different contractor I could see how some people suggest that the state may not be in a strong bargaining position because obviously the contractor at that time wouldnt have much incentive to give us the benefit of the doubt. Have you been given any insurance from JP Morgan that should we only continue this for one year and we are not able to finalize the RFP in the expedited manor that they would hold that same rate and make it available to us? Chris Nielson: We have been given assurances from JP Morgan that if we choose another vendor they will make sure that there is no interruption of services. As far as your specific question on the extension beyond one year, I am not aware of the specifics regarding the rate but that is certainly something that I can find out and bring back to the board. Secretary of State: So at this point what is your recommendation is it a one year or two year extension. Chris Nielson: My organization would be comfortable with the one year. Governor: Are there any other questions? Thank you, Mr. Nielson. We will move on to contract number forty two. Just a question on how that number $643,520 was established? Jeff Morrow: The $643,520 is a two year rate. It will be $1.52 per month per child. I am not sure what the going rate is and I am new to this position but that is the rate during school and for summer school. Governor: So is it essentially in line with what the state is paying? Jeff Morrow: I understand that it is but I cant 100% verify. Governor: That is all that I have, do any of the members have any questions? Thank you. Next is contract number 49 for the Department of Public Safety. This is just a mechanical question, this contract is for $295,000 and there is also a collection of registration fees. Is there
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reimbursement for each student, or is there a payment that is made for these motorcycle lessons? How does all of that work? So this is just a subsidy for people who want to take that class? Kiphart: That is correct. Governor: That is all I have on that, do any of the other members have any questions? Thank you. Next we have contracts 73 and 74. Jim Wells: Thank you Governor. Contract number 73 is a new contract to replace an existing contract. We went through the RFP process there were 8 vendors in the RFP and in the process of the evaluation committee some of the things that they looked at were guarantees and the biggest part of this contract is to provide prescription drugs to the participants. Only about 3.1 million will actually go to the vendor and the other portion is for the cost of the medication for the participants. Governor: Are we spending more or less on prescriptions? Jim Wells: We are spending much more. Governor: Is there any explanation for that? That is a significant amount of money. Jim Wells: It is dramatic. The prices of the prescriptions are very expensive. Governor: Does that State have any kind of wellness program to compliment that? Jim Wells: Absolutely Governor. We are meeting with our wellness vendor this morning to go over diet, nutrition and exercise for participants that choose the PPO Plan. Governor: Do either of the Board members have any questions on contract number 73. We will move on to the next contract number 74. Jim Wells: This contract has no state dollars attached to it. This is just a service that we provide to our participants to offer discounted insurance. Currently as of December 31, 2009 there were 14,500 policies with a premium of about $16,000,000. Governor: Is there a process to which we could open this up? Jim Wells: This contract went to an RFP four years ago. Governor: And how long are we extending this contract? Jim Wells: This particular contract is being extended for two years. One of the reasons that we went with two years is the number of participants that are with this vendor. Governor: Are you satisfied with Liberty Mutual as far as claims go with all of the participants? Jim Wells: There are many services provided by Liberty Mutual.
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Governor: Are there any other questions for Mr. Wells from the Board members? Thank you. Before I call for a motion do any of the Board members have any questions with regards to the contracts 1 through 75 under agenda item number six? Attorney General: Governor, I ask that we pull out contract number 17 and take that motion separately. Governor: The chair will accept a motion on agenda item number six, contracts 1-75 with the exclusion of contract number 17. Attorney General: I will move for approval of contracts 1 through 75 with the exclusion of number 17. Secretary of State: Second. Governor: There is a motion by the Attorney General to approve agenda item number 6 contracts 1 through 75 with the exclusion of contract number 17 and second by the Secretary of State. Is there any discussion on the motion? Hearing none, all those in favor of the motion please say aye. The motion passes unanimously. We will take contract number 17 under agenda item number 6. Attorney General: Governor, I move for approval of item number 17 for a one year extension and also with the understanding that the money needs to be in an account located in Nevada and that they go out for an RFP. Secretary of State: Second. Governor: There is a motion by the Attorney General to approve contract number 17 under agenda item number six for a one year extension and also a request that the funds associated with this contract be located in Nevada. It has been second by the Secretary of State is there any discussion on the motion? Hearing none all those in favor of the motion please say aye. The motion passes unanimously.

*7.

MASTER SERVICE AGREEMENTS

One master service agreement was submitted to the Board for review and approval. Clerks Recommendation: I recommend approval. Motion By: Attorney General Comments: Seconded By: Secretary of State Vote: 3-0

Governor: We move to agenda item number 7, Mr. Clinger. Clerk: Thank you, Governor. Agenda item number 7 is a request for approval of a Master Service Agreement with International Towers, Inc. This is a contract to provide communication site parts and services.

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Governor: Thank you, Mr. Clinger. Are there any questions from the Board members? Hearing none the chair will accept a motion. Attorney General: Ill move for approval of agenda item 7. Secretary of State: Second. Governor: There is a motion by the Attorney General to approve agenda item number 7 and second by the Secretary of State. Is there any discussion on the motion? Hearing none all those in favor of the motion please say aye. The motion passes unanimously.

8.

INFORMATION ITEM
A. Department of Conservation and Natural Resources Division of State Lands

Pursuant to NRS Chapters 111, Statues of the Nevada, 1989 at page 263, the Division of State Lands is required to provide the Board of Examiners quarterly reports regarding lands or interests in lands transferred, sold, exchanged or leased under the Tahoe Basin Act program. Also, pursuant to Chapter 355, Statues of Nevada, 1993, at page 1153 the agency is to report quarterly on the status of real property or interests in real property transferred under the Lake Tahoe Mitigation Program. This submittal reports on program activities for the fiscal quarter ending March 31, 2010 (reference NRS 321.5954). 1989 Tahoe Basin Act The agency reports that there were no transfers of lands or interests in lands during the quarter. There were no acquisitions of lands or interest in lands during this quarter. Lake Tahoe Mitigation Program The agency reports that there were no transfers of land or interest in land under this program for the quarter. Comments: Governor: We move to agenda item 8A, Mr. Clinger. Clerk: Thank you, Governor. Agenda item number 8A is the 3rd quarter report from the Division of State Lands on the 1989 Tahoe Basin Act and the Lake Tahoe Mitigation Program. There are no activities to report. Governor: Nothing? Clerk: Nothing, no transfers, no acquisitions. B. Department of Transportation Settlement claims paid to former employees
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NRS 41.037(3), allowing state agencies to pay an administrative claim or settlement from any money appropriated or lawfully available for that purpose. In fiscal year 2010, Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT) paid settlement claims to three former employees in the amounts of $10,000, $22,500, and $150,000, for a total of $182,500. These payments were not approved by the Board of Examiners prior to issuing the payments, may not have been in compliance with Chapter 41 of the Nevada Revised Statutes, and were not transparent. Items for possible future action include direction from the Board for the approval of contracts and settlements, possible changes to the State Administrative Manual, Chapter 300, regarding cooperative agreements and contracts to change the threshold requirements and/or add a section regarding settlements, and possible future discussion and action regarding the three settlement claims paid by NDOT in fiscal year 2010. Comments: Governor: Mr. Clinger if you would move on to agenda item 8B. Clerk: Thank you Governor. Agenda item 8B is an information item for the Board dealing with the settlement claims to former employees involving the Department of Transportation. We put this on the agenda as an informational item for the Board review. I have also included information on there on potential future direction from the Board on how the Board would like to see these settlement claims handled. We included a potential request to change the State Administrative Manual to clarify the requirements on these and we are really just looking for some direction from the Board on future settlement agreements and how we should proceed. Governor: Thank you Mr. Clinger. I see Mr. Munro here from the Attorney Generals Office. Keith Munro: There appears to be three claims here. The State has a public policy matter that is called the Tort Claims fund and everyone knows about the Tort Claims fund. There is also a Settlement Account Fund. This budget account was created by the legislature. The Department of Transportation has the authority to settle their claims through this account, but there is a little difficulty in process. The process is the constitution creates the Board of Examiners and it requires the Board of Examiners to approve all claims. It doesnt appear that the Department of Transportation or the Budget Division are coming to the Board of Examiners to get the claims approved. I would recommend that all claims come to the Board for approval. Governor: Thank you Mr. Munro and are you aware if there are other claims that may have made their way past this separate account? Keith Munro: These are the only three claims that I am aware of. Governor: Do you know when the settlement account was established? Keith Munro: No I dont, but it should be available in LCB records. Governor: Perhaps Mr. Clinger would know the answer?

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Clerk: Governor, I do not. We can bring that information back to the Board.

9.

BOARD MEMBERS COMMENTS/PUBLIC COMMENT

Comments: Governor: Agenda item number nine. Are there any Board member comments today? Secretary of State: Governor, I just wanted to wish your Budget Director Mr. Clinger the best of luck in his endeavors. It has been a real privilege to work with him since I was elected in 2007. He has done an exceptional job, I was kind of selfishly hoping that he would stay for the long haul but I certainly understand the opportunity is in front of him. I witnessed firsthand how challenging his job has been over that period of time and think he has handled it with utmost grace. So the City of Renos gain is certainly our loss. I really appreciate his service. Governor: Thank you, Mr. Secretary and I am not letting him go just yet. I agree with everything that you said and the City of Reno is going to be extremely well served. Andrew has had a very steady hand for somebody that has universal respect. Here in Carson City as well as throughout the State he has the utmost integrity, work ethic, family man and I just appreciate everything that you have done during my opportunity to work with you. Attorney General: And let me just say that I echo the comments as well. Clerk: Thank you to all of the Board members. I am very humbled by all of your comments and just want to say that I have enjoyed working with all of you and I will definitely be here until the budget is done, Governor I have committed that to you. I have just really enjoyed the process and I want to thank you all. Governor: Thank you Mr. Clinger that is the best news that I have heard all day. But I also have Public Comment and I am sorry if I mentioned this at the last meeting, maybe when you walked into the room you saw the etched glass above the door way. This room is dedicated to the memory of Governor Guinn. You see his picture there and in the very near future the former first lady Mrs. Guinn has agreed to donate a portrait of the Governor which will hang in here permanently. So in the future you are not coming to the Annex you are coming to the Guinn Room. Do we have anyone from the public who would like to make a comment? Kim Wallin: Good Morning Governor. I would like to comment regarding the last agenda item with NDOT and settlement claims. The way that I got involved in this is the individual who receiving the money called and said that it is on the wrong form. That was first acknowledgement of this happening. That is when our office started investigating it and that is when we found that it hadnt gone to the Board of Examiners and we wanted to bring it to your attention as well. We started doing some checking and this individual had left state service and their employee id was still active. A couple of things that I would like to see happen is have some procedures I need to get a copy of all of the agreements because I need to make sure that it is on the right form so the individual can get paid. Andrew I will help you out on your job. There was another settlement that happened in February 2011 for the Insurance Division for $12,000 and it was again paid through miscellaneous services again using the employee id number.
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Governor: Thank you, Is there anyone else here from the public wishing to make a comment?

*10. ADJOURNMENT
Motion By: Attorney General Comments: Seconded By: Secretary of State Vote: 3-0

Governor: We will move to agenda item ten adjournment. Is there a motion to adjourn? Attorney General: So moved. Secretary of State: Second. Governor: It has been motioned by the Attorney General and second by the Secretary of State. All of those in favor of the motion please signify by saying aye. The motion passes unanimously and the meeting is adjourned. Thank you. Respectfully submitted, ________________________________________________________________________ ANDREW K. CLINGER, CLERK APPROVED: ________________________________________________________________________ GOVERNOR BRIAN SANDOVAL, CHAIRMAN ________________________________________________________________________ ATTORNEY GENERAL CATHERINE CORTEZ MASTO ________________________________________________________________________ SECRETARY OF STATE ROSS MILLER

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BOE Date:

For Board Use Only 06/14/2011

CONTRACT SUMMARY
(This form must accompany all contracts submitted to the Board of Examiners (BOE) for review and approval)

I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 12333 Amendment Number: Legal Entity Name: Contractor Name: Address: City/State/Zip 1 MCGINNESS, RYAN DBA MCGINNESS, RYAN DBA DISTRICT STRATEGIES LLC 444 N CAPITOL ST NW STE 209 WASHINGTON, DC 20001

Agency Name: GOVERNOR'S OFFICE Agency Code: 010 Appropriation Unit: 1011-10 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: null202/624-5426 Vendor No.: T27017401 NV Business ID: pending To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2010-2012 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % Fees 0.00 % Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % X Other funding 100.00 % Agency Transfers 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Previously Approved Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 07/01/2009

06/30/2011 2 years and 91 days Contract Professional Service

5. Purpose of contract: This is the first amendment to the original contract, which provides consulting services to assist the State of Nevada Washington DC Office concerning activities of the federal government which concern the State of Nevada to include executive branch decisions, activities involving the National Governors Association, monitor federal legislation, and provide information and assistance with federal programs and funding opportunities, and other related services as agreed. 6. CONTRACT AMENDMENT 1. The maximum amount of the original contract: 2. Total amount of any previous contract amendments: 3. Amount of current contract amendment: 4. New maximum contract amount: and/or the termination date of the original contract has changed to: $494,158.00 $0.00 $61,769.84 $555,927.84 09/30/2011

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? Monitoring of federal government activities in Washington, DC 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: The State of Nevada does not have employees in Washington, DC 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited?
Contract #: 12333

No
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Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing No Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Not Applicable b. Soliciation Waiver: Sole Source Contract (As Approved by Chief of Purchasing) Approval #: 110601 Approval Date: 06/07/2011 c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? Continuation of existing vendor. d. Last bid date: Anticipated re-bid date: 08/15/2011 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: 2009-2011, Office of the Governor, service satisfactory 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office as a: LLC 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval

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Contract #: 12333

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
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I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 12179 Legal Entity RADIGAN, FRANK W DBA HUDSON Name: RIVER ENERGY GROUP Contractor Name: RADIGAN, FRANK W DBA HUDSON RIVER ENERGY GROUP Address: 237 SCHOOLHOUSE RD City/State/Zip ALBANY, NY 12203-5957

Agency Name:

ATTORNEY GENERAL'S OFFICE

Agency Code: 030 Appropriation Unit: 1038-10 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: Frank Radigan 518/452-2585 Vendor No.: T27007301 NV Business ID: NV20101418768 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2012-2015 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % Fees 0.00 % Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % X Other funding 100.00 % Regulatory Assessments Agency Reference #: 11004 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 07/01/2011

06/30/2015 4 years Contract Professional Service

5. Purpose of contract: This is a new contract to provide professional services as an expert witness to the Bureau of Consumer Protection in matters before the Nevada Public Utilities Commission that may have a potential impact on Nevada utilities consumers. The expert provides technical expertise and support in analyzing the rate base and capital; engineering and depreciation expense; cost of service and rate design; sales projection (including weather normalization and use per customer); operation and maintenance expense; and rate of return. 6. NEW CONTRACT The maximum amount of the contract for the term of the contract is: $73,000.00 Payment for services will be made at the rate of $200.00 per hour Other basis for payment: Up to $200.00/ hour

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? Specialized knowledge and testimony of an expert witness is required by the Bureau of Consumer Protection to assist in evaluating the filings currently before the Nevada Public Utilities Commission. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: Specialized knowledge and credentials of a recognized national expert in the field of rate design and cost of service, which is not available in State agency, is needed in complex contested matters before the Nevada Utilities Commission. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited?
Contract #: 12179

No
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Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing No Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Not Applicable b. Soliciation Waiver: Professional Service (As defined in NAC 333.150) c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? This contractor was chosen in preference to others for their specialized expertise, availability and reasonable rates. NAC 333.150(2)(b)(1) - expert witness. d. Last bid date: Anticipated re-bid date: 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: Since 2008, the contractor has been engaged under contract by the Bureau of Consumer Protection for similar duties and all prior work has been completed satisfactorily. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is not registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office because the legal entity is a: Sole Proprietor 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? No b. If "No", is an exemption on file with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 17. Not Applicable 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval BOE Final Approval
Contract #: 12179

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
(This form must accompany all contracts submitted to the Board of Examiners (BOE) for review and approval)

I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 12232 Legal Entity STINSON MORRISON HECKER LLP Name: Contractor Name: STINSON MORRISON HECKER LLP Address: PO BOX 843052 City/State/Zip KANSAS CITY, MO 64184-3052

Agency Name: ATTORNEY GENERAL'S OFFICE Agency Code: 030 Appropriation Unit: 1038-10 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: John McCaffrey 816/842-8600 Vendor No.: T81082113A NV Business ID: NV20110373043-54 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2012-2015 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % X Fees 100.00 % Regulatory Assessments Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % Other funding 0.00 % Agency Reference #: 11003 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 07/01/2011

06/30/2015 4 years Contract Professional Service

5. Purpose of contract: This is a new contract to provide litigation support and assistance to the Bureau of Consumer Protection (the BCP) on filings and other proceedings made by Nevada utilities before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) or any other court, regulatory body, board, commission, or agency having jurisdiction, as well as, precedent over FERC on electric issues that may impact Nevada utilities or rate payers for whom the BCP has a statutory requirement to represent. 6. NEW CONTRACT The maximum amount of the contract for the term of the contract is: $438,000.00 Payment for services will be made at the rate of $370.00 per hour Other basis for payment: Up to $370.00 per hour

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? Statutory requirement to represent the consumers? interests in matters before the Public Utilities Commission and any legislature body, board, or commission with jurisdiction over Nevada regulated public utilities require that this work be done. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: Specialized expertise not possessed by State employees in our agency or other State agencies is required to adequately protect the public interests. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? No

Contract #: 12232

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Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing No Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Not Applicable b. Soliciation Waiver: Professional Service (As defined in NAC 333.150) c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? This contractor was chosen for their specialized expertise, availability and reasonable rates in preference to other. Attorney services are exempted from solicitation per NAC 333.150(2)(b)(4). d. Last bid date: Anticipated re-bid date: 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: Since 2003, the contractor has been engaged under contract by the Bureau of Consumer Protection for similar duties and all prior work has been completed satisfactorily. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office as a: LLP 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval BOE Final Approval
Contract #: 12232

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
(This form must accompany all contracts submitted to the Board of Examiners (BOE) for review and approval)

I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 11521 Amendment Number: Legal Entity Name: Contractor Name: Address: City/State/Zip 2 David Hellerstein, MD PhD David Hellerstein, MD PhD 1417 Tanglewood Drive Placerville, CA 95667

Agency Name: ATTORNEY GENERAL'S OFFICE Agency Code: 030 Appropriation Unit: 1348-15 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: David Hellerstein, MD PhD 530/642-8952 Vendor No.: T32001197 NV Business ID: NV20101570140 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2011-2013 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % Fees 0.00 % Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % X Other funding 100.00 % Insurance Premium 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Previously Approved Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 09/07/2010

06/30/2012 2 years and 297 days Contract Expert

5. Purpose of contract: This is the second amendment to the original contract, which provides assistance to counsel involving medical conditions and medical treatment for individuals in legal confinement by reviewing and analyzing medical records, offering medical opinions, preparing written reports, charts and summaries. The vendor will assist counsel by offering expert opinions and testifying at depositions and trial. This amendment extends the termination date from June 30, 2012 to June 30, 2013 and increases the maximum amount from $29,990 to $69,990 due to a continued need for their services on a particular case. 6. CONTRACT AMENDMENT 1. The maximum amount of the original contract: 2. Total amount of any previous contract amendments: 3. Amount of current contract amendment: 4. New maximum contract amount: and/or the termination date of the original contract has changed to: $9,990.00 $20,000.00 $40,000.00 $69,990.00 06/30/2013

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? An expert/consultant is needed to provide consultation, assistance, analysis, preparation of documents and possibly testify at trial. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: There are no State employees with this kind of expertise.
Contract #: 11521 Page 1 of 2 4

9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? No Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing No Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Not Applicable b. Soliciation Waiver: Professional Service (As defined in NAC 333.150) c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? d. Last bid date: Anticipated re-bid date: No

10. Does the contract contain any IT components?

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? No If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: Not Applicable 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is not registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office because the legal entity is a: Sole Proprietor 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. Not Applicable 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval

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Contract #: 11521

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
(This form must accompany all contracts submitted to the Board of Examiners (BOE) for review and approval)

I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 12257 Legal Entity Robert Lang Name: Contractor Name: Robert Lang Address: 6735 Agave Azul Court City/State/Zip Las Vegas, NV 89120

Agency Name: SECRETARY OF STATE'S OFFICE Agency Code: 040 Appropriation Unit: 1050-09 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: Robert Lang 571-296-1033 Vendor No.: NV Business ID: NV20101658990 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2011-2012 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. X General Funds 100.00 % Fees 0.00 % Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % Other funding 0.00 % 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of Yes or b. other effective date: Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date 06/2011 Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No NA

12/31/2011 213 days Contract Robert Lang

5. Purpose of contract: This is a new contract to conduct rigorous industry research and provide a baseline for crafting a state-wide economic growth agenda for Nevada. This study is intended to provide an authoritative, action-oriented analysis of the composition, performance, and prospects of Nevada's key and emerging industries. The contractor will also provide coordination and manage the various integrated research and analysis including the development of short analytic reports/outputs from the major analytic tasks: cluster mapping the 25 segments; market trends for the fiveto-eight high-potential clusters; the benchmarking exercise; and the recommendation of target sectors and action steps. 6. NEW CONTRACT The maximum amount of the contract for the term of the contract is: $40,000.00 Other basis for payment: As specified in contract terms upon submission of monthly invoice.

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done?

Contract #: 12257

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AB 449 provides for changes to the State's Economic Development Structure and as part of this effort the State has identified a need to facilitate the development of a plan for implementation of Technology Based Economic Development in the State of Nevada, resources are necessary to engage and design a multi-stakeholder plan to broaden, diversify and stabilize the state's economy based on the successful Utah Science Technology and Research (USTAR) initiative. Nevada's initiative will use highly focused cluster studies as the first step in a plan to: ? Research infrastructure development & possible expansion ( incuding higher education). ? Commercialization of research of Nevada Institutions by new or existing Nevada businesses. ? ? ? Enhancing science and technology workforce at the K-12 level. Identifying and creating access to capitalization opportunities. Building entrepreneurial capacity through higher education and partnerships

8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: Time, resources and lack of expertise in conducting this type of data collection and research analysis are why State employees are not able to do this work. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? No Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing No Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Not Applicable b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? This vendor was chosen based on his experience and expertise in this field of research and analysis. d. Last bid date: Anticipated re-bid date: 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? No If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: Not Applicable 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is not registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office because the legal entity is a: Sole Proprietor 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name?
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Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? No b. If "No", is an exemption on file with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 17. Not Applicable 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval BOE Final Approval

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Signature Date 05/26/2011 15:41:41 PM 05/26/2011 15:41:44 PM 05/26/2011 15:41:47 PM 05/26/2011 15:49:12 PM 05/26/2011 16:55:20 PM 05/27/2011 09:08:20 AM 06/02/2011 15:32:57 PM

Contract #: 12257

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BOE Date:

For Board Use Only 06/14/2011

CONTRACT SUMMARY
(This form must accompany all contracts submitted to the Board of Examiners (BOE) for review and approval)

I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 12258 Legal Entity SRI International Name: Contractor Name: SRI International Address: 1100 Wilson BLvd City/State/Zip Arlington, VA 22209

Agency Name: SECRETARY OF STATE'S OFFICE Agency Code: 040 Appropriation Unit: 1050-09 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: null703-247-8665 Vendor No.: NV Business ID: NV20021209683 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2011-2012 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. X General Funds 100.00 % Fees 0.00 % Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % Other funding 0.00 % 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of Yes or b. other effective date: Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date 06/2011 Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No NA

12/31/2011 213 days Contract SRI International

5. Purpose of contract: This is a new contract to conduct rigorous industry research and provide a baseline for crafting a state-wide economic growth agenda for Nevada. This study is intended to provide an authoritative, action-oriented analysis of the composition, performance, and prospects of Nevada's key and emerging industries. The contractor will provide a set of deliverables including: memo on preliminary industry cluster and economic foundations analysis findings; comprehensive analytical report and recommendation of target industry sectors; and final strategy for target industry sector development. 6. NEW CONTRACT The maximum amount of the contract for the term of the contract is: $200,000.00 Other basis for payment: As specified upon certain deliverables pursuant to Attachment C of contract

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done?

Contract #: 12258

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AB 449 provides for changes to the State?s Economic Development Structure and as part of this effort the State has identified a need to facilitate the development of a plan for implementation of Technology Based Economic Development in the State of Nevada, resources are necessary to engage and design a multi-stakeholder plan to broaden, diversify and stabilize the state's economy based on the successful Utah Science Technology and Research (USTAR) initiative. Nevada's initiative will use highly focused cluster studies as the first step in a plan to: ? Research infrastructure development & possible expansion ( incuding higher education). ? Commercialization of research of Nevada Institutions by new or existing Nevada businesses. ? ? ? Enhancing science and technology workforce at the K-12 level. Identifying and creating access to capitalization opportunities. Building entrepreneurial capacity through higher education and partnerships

8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: State employees lack the necessary experience and expertise in this field of research and analysis. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? No Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing No Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Not Applicable b. Soliciation Waiver: Professional Service (As defined in NAC 333.150) c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? d. Last bid date: Anticipated re-bid date: No

10. Does the contract contain any IT components?

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? No If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: Not Applicable 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office as a: Foreign Corporation 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? No b. If "No", is an exemption on file with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes
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17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval BOE Final Approval

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Signature Date 05/26/2011 15:41:04 PM 05/26/2011 15:41:08 PM 05/26/2011 15:41:12 PM 05/26/2011 15:42:43 PM 05/26/2011 16:54:06 PM 05/27/2011 09:10:31 AM 06/02/2011 15:33:23 PM

Contract #: 12258

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BOE Date:

For Board Use Only 06/14/2011

CONTRACT SUMMARY
(This form must accompany all contracts submitted to the Board of Examiners (BOE) for review and approval)

I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 10332 Amendment Number: Legal Entity Name: Contractor Name: Address: City/State/Zip 1 OASIS CONSULTING SERVICES, LLC OASIS CONSULTING SERVICES, LLC 1008 SABLE MIST CT LAS VEGAS, NV 89144

Agency Name: DEPARTMENT OF PERSONNEL Agency Code: 070 Appropriation Unit: 1363-09 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: Ruth Hallenbeck 702/562-3694 Vendor No.: T27008798 NV Business ID: LLC14353-2003 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2010-2013 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % Fees 0.00 % Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % X Other funding 100.00 % Personnel Assessments 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Previously Approved Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 01/12/2010

06/30/2011 3 years and 169 days Contract NVCPM contract

5. Purpose of contract: This is the first amendment to the original contract, which provides delivery of classroom instruction for the Nevada Certified Public Manager (NVCPM) Program for Levels I-IV including Capstone Project Coaching and Evaluation. This amendment extends the termination date from June 30, 2011 to June 30, 2013 and increases the maximum amount from $92,030 to $231,660 to cover program costs associated with finalizing Class 8 and continuing Classes 9 (start date 6/27/11) and 10. 6. CONTRACT AMENDMENT 1. The maximum amount of the original contract: 2. Total amount of any previous contract amendments: 3. Amount of current contract amendment: 4. New maximum contract amount: and/or the termination date of the original contract has changed to: $92,030.00 $0.00 $139,630.00 $231,660.00 06/30/2013

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? The NVCPM Program was designed and developed in direct response to the need to systematically develop the leadership skills of the State of Nevada's current and future leaders. The commitment of the Governor of the State of Nevada, and the State Agency Directors, to leadership development is reflected in the direct involvement of these leaders in many components of the NVCPM Program. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work:
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The State does not have the expertise or the staff to perform these services. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? No Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing No Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Not Applicable b. Soliciation Waiver: Sole Source Contract (As Approved by Chief of Purchasing) Approval #: 091204 A Approval Date: 05/06/2011 c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? Oasis is recognizable across multiple states for their extensive work and focus on improving organizational effectiveness and the delivery of public services through its leadership training, employee development a nd other project and consulting services. Oasis has a long history teaching in other state's CPM Programs and has taught in the State of Nevada program since its inception in July 2004. d. Last bid date: Anticipated re-bid date: 07/01/2012 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: Contractor has provided these services with the Department of Personnel from 2004 to 2011. The Department of Personnel is very satisfied with their service. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office as a: LLC 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? No b. If "No", please explain: Controller's Office Vendor record requires updating. 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval
Contract #: 10332

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Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval

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Contract #: 10332

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BOE Date:

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
(This form must accompany all contracts submitted to the Board of Examiners (BOE) for review and approval)

I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 12069 Legal Entity ALL AMERICAN FENCE COMPANY Name: DBA ALL STAR FENCE COMPANY Contractor Name: ALL AMERICAN FENCE COMPANY DBA ALL STAR FENCE COMPANY Address: PO BOX 98154 City/State/Zip LAS VEGAS, NV 89193

Agency Name:

BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS DIVISION Agency Code: 082 Appropriation Unit: 1349-12 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: null702/454-4279 Vendor No.: T29019442A NV Business ID: NV20021424491 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2011-2015 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % X Fees 100.00 % Buildings & Grounds building rent income fees Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % Other funding 0.00 % 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 06/14/2011

05/31/2015 3 years and 352 days Contract Fencing

5. Purpose of contract: This is a new contract with this contractor for provision of ongoing services to provide general repair, maintenance and installation of fencing and all associated components of fencing systems. Work to be performed in Las Vegas and surrounding areas upon the request and approval of a Buildings and Grounds designee. 6. NEW CONTRACT The maximum amount of the contract for the term of the contract is: $25,000.00 Other basis for payment: Regular hourly rate - $150.00; overtime hourly rate - $183.00; both rates include up to two-man crew, truck, equipment, labor); normal hours are M-F, 6:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.; overtime starts at 2:31 p.m. weekdays and all day weekends; materials are at cost plus 25%.

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? Repair, maintenance and installation of fencing is necessary for the security of State buildings and surrounding grounds. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: Lack of manpower. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals:
Contract #: 12069

Yes No

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b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? Per SAM 0338.0 each contractor will be contacted to submit bids on projects. All American Fence Co. is a Nevada Public Works Board Contractor. Pursuant to NRS 338.13862, Buildings and Grounds is using a Public Works Board prequalified bidder. d. Last bid date: 02/15/2011 Anticipated re-bid date: 02/15/2015 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: 2007-2011, Buildings and Grounds, service satisfactory 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office as a: Nevada Corporation 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval BOE Final Approval

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Signature Date 04/27/2011 13:35:59 PM 04/27/2011 14:19:09 PM 04/27/2011 14:19:13 PM 04/27/2011 15:02:15 PM 05/02/2011 15:26:55 PM 05/11/2011 11:20:39 AM 05/11/2011 11:20:48 AM

Contract #: 12069

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BOE Date:

For Board Use Only 06/14/2011

CONTRACT SUMMARY
(This form must accompany all contracts submitted to the Board of Examiners (BOE) for review and approval)

I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 12169 Legal Entity AQUA-SERV ENGINEERS, INC. Name: Contractor Name: AQUA-SERV ENGINEERS, INC. Address: City/State/Zip 13560 COLOMBARD CT FONTANA, CA 92337

Agency Name:

BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS DIVISION Agency Code: 082 Appropriation Unit: 1349-12 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: null702/277-1606 Vendor No.: T29006945 NV Business ID: NV19641000624 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2012-2014 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % X Fees 100.00 % Buildings & Grounds building rent income fees Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % Other funding 0.00 % 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 07/01/2011

06/30/2014 3 years Contract Water treatment

5. Purpose of contract: This is a new contract with this contractor for the provision of ongoing water treatment maintenance and service of building mechanical systems for seven (7) State buildings in Las Vegas. The contract includes extra service dollars for these services to be performed at any State building, on an as needed basis and at the request and written approval of a Buildings and Grounds designee. 6. NEW CONTRACT The maximum amount of the contract for the term of the contract is: $27,369.48 Other basis for payment: See Schedule 1 to this Contract Summary in the Additional Information tab

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? Water treatment services are necessary for the maintenance and longevity of HVAC equipment. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: Lack of manpower, equipment and expertise. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Yes No

Contract #: 12169

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b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? Aqua-Serv was the lowest bidder. d. Last bid date: 03/15/2011 Anticipated re-bid date: 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

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III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: 2007-2011, Buildings & Grounds, service satisfactory 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office as a: Foreign Corporation 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval BOE Final Approval

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Signature Date 05/11/2011 09:05:05 AM 05/11/2011 16:01:31 PM 05/11/2011 16:06:10 PM 05/11/2011 16:09:27 PM 05/13/2011 11:22:48 AM 05/16/2011 10:47:30 AM 05/16/2011 10:47:34 AM

Contract #: 12169

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BOE Date:

For Board Use Only 06/14/2011

CONTRACT SUMMARY
(This form must accompany all contracts submitted to the Board of Examiners (BOE) for review and approval)

I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 12186 Legal Entity J&L Name: Contractor Name: J&L Address: City/State/Zip 2850 DEER RUN DR RENO, NV 89509-7039

Agency Name:

BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS DIVISION Agency Code: 082 Appropriation Unit: 1349-12 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: null775/787-2192 Vendor No.: T27022849 NV Business ID: NV20101116972 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2012-2015 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % X Fees 100.00 % Buildings & Grounds building rent income fees Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % Other funding 0.00 % 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 07/01/2011

06/30/2015 4 years Contract janitorial services

5. Purpose of contract: This is a new contract with this contractor for the provision of ongoing janitorial services at the Stewart Facility, Building #107, located at 5500 Snyder, Carson City, Nevada. 6. NEW CONTRACT The maximum amount of the contract for the term of the contract is: $86,659.84 Other basis for payment: See Schedule 1 to the Contract Summary in the Additional Information tab

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? State buildings need to be kept clean and sanitary. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: Lack of manpower. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other?
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J & L was determined by the evaluation committee for RFP#1071 to have the highest weighted score. d. Last bid date: 03/09/2011 Anticipated re-bid date: 03/09/2011 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: 2009-2011, Buildings & Grounds, service satisfactory 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is not registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office because the legal entity is a: Other Partnership (not LLP) 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval BOE Final Approval

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Signature Date 05/11/2011 09:04:17 AM 05/11/2011 15:41:52 PM 05/11/2011 15:41:55 PM 05/11/2011 16:09:40 PM 05/13/2011 11:21:41 AM 05/16/2011 10:45:21 AM 05/16/2011 10:45:26 AM

Contract #: 12186

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
(This form must accompany all contracts submitted to the Board of Examiners (BOE) for review and approval)

I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: CONV5586 Amendment 3 Number: Legal Entity Nevada Generator Systems, Inc. Name: Contractor Name: Nevada Generator Systems, Inc. Address: City/State/Zip 1520 Glendale Avenue Sparks, NV 89431

Agency Name:

BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS DIVISION Agency Code: 082 Appropriation Unit: 1349-12 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: null7753568010 Vendor No.: T11313301 NV Business ID: NV19861006863 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2009-2013 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % X Fees 100.00 % Buildings & Grounds building rent income fees Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % Other funding 0.00 % 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Previously Approved Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 09/01/2008

08/31/2012 4 years Contract General Equipment Maintenance and Repair Services

5. Purpose of contract: This is an amendment to the original contract, which provides repair service, replacement parts and maintenance on generators at multiple State buildings in the Carson City and Reno areas. This amendment will add $50,000.00 in extra services because contractor has been awarded more project dollars than originally estimated and updates the Service Insurance Requirement accordingly. 6. CONTRACT AMENDMENT 1. The maximum amount of the original contract: 2. Total amount of any previous contract amendments: 3. Amount of current contract amendment: 4. New maximum contract amount: $62,920.00 $27,090.00 $50,000.00 $140,010.00

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? Generators must be maintained and/or replaced to keep the building in working condition. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: For certain repairs and replacements, more expertise is needed. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited?
Contract #: CONV5586

Yes
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Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals:

No

b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? Lowest bidder. d. Last bid date: 07/01/2008 Anticipated re-bid date: 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

07/01/2012

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: 2008-2011, Buildings & Grounds, service satisfactory 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office as a: Nevada Corporation 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval

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Signature Date 05/11/2011 09:02:37 AM 05/11/2011 16:07:49 PM 05/11/2011 16:07:53 PM 05/11/2011 16:09:09 PM 05/13/2011 11:20:07 AM 05/16/2011 10:53:14 AM 05/16/2011 10:53:17 AM

Contract #: CONV5586

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I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 12150 Legal Entity SCOTT MEEK & SON CONCRETE CO. Name: Contractor Name: SCOTT MEEK & SON CONCRETE CO. Address: City/State/Zip 2340 E 5TH ST RENO, NV 89512

Agency Name:

BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS DIVISION Agency Code: 082 Appropriation Unit: 1349-12 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: null775/323-7444 Vendor No.: T27014214 NV Business ID: NV19861003781 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2011-2015 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % X Fees 100.00 % Buildings & Grounds building rent income fees Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % Other funding 0.00 % 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 06/14/2011

05/31/2015 3 years and 352 days Contract Concrete Work

5. Purpose of contract: This is a new contract for the provision of labor and materials for concrete services at State buildings and grounds areas in Reno and Carson City, on an as needed basis and at the request and approval of a Buildings and Grounds designee. 6. NEW CONTRACT The maximum amount of the contract for the term of the contract is: $75,000.00 Other basis for payment: See Schedule 1 attached in Additional Information

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? The concrete surfaces on and around State buildings need to remain in a safe condition. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: Lack of manpower and equipment. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable
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Yes No

c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? Per SAM 0338.0, each contractor will be contacted to submit bids on projects. Scott Meek & Son Concrete Co. is a Nevada Public Works Board Contractor. Pursuant to NRS 338.13862, Buildings and Grounds is using a Public Works Board prequalified bidder. d. Last bid date: 02/01/2011 Anticipated re-bid date: 02/01/2015 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: 2006, Public Works, service satisfactory. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office as a: Nevada Corporation 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval BOE Final Approval

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Signature Date 05/09/2011 12:59:20 PM 05/09/2011 17:12:29 PM 05/09/2011 17:12:32 PM 05/10/2011 09:25:17 AM 05/11/2011 11:12:29 AM 05/13/2011 10:12:10 AM 05/13/2011 10:12:14 AM

Contract #: 12150

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I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 10236 Amendment 2 Number: Legal Entity SIEMENS INDUSTRY INC Name: Contractor Name: SIEMENS INDUSTRY INC Address: City/State/Zip 6295 S PEARL ST 200 LAS VEGAS, NV 89120

Agency Name:

BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS DIVISION Agency Code: 082 Appropriation Unit: 1349-12 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: null702-855-5300 Vendor No.: T81081810B NV Business ID: NV20091421429 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2010-2012 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % X Fees 100.00 % Buildings & Grounds building rent income fees Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % Other funding 0.00 % 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Previously Approved Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 05/2011 01/12/2010

12/31/2011 1 year and 353 days Contract Fire Systems

5. Purpose of contract: This is the second amendment to the original contract, which provides the labor necessary to maintain the fire protection systems and equipment as required by applicable Local, State and Federal codes and regulations for various State buildings in Las Vegas. This amendment will add services for the Department of Agriculture Building at 2300 McLeod for the amount of $1,765 and increase the amount of the extra services by $100,000 for unanticipated emergency expenditures at the Grant Sawyer Building and various other State buildings in Las Vegas. 6. CONTRACT AMENDMENT 1. The maximum amount of the original contract: 2. Total amount of any previous contract amendments: 3. Amount of current contract amendment: 4. New maximum contract amount: $315,769.50 $0.00 $101,765.00 $417,534.50

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? Fire system maintenance/certifications/inspections are required by Local, State and Federal regulations. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: Lack of manpower and expertise. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited?
Contract #: 10236

Yes
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Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals:

No

b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? Siemens was the only proposal received. d. Last bid date: 09/25/2009 Anticipated re-bid date: 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

09/25/2013

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: 2008-2009, Buildings and Grounds, service satisfactory. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office as a: Foreign Corporation 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval

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Signature Date 05/11/2011 09:07:39 AM 05/11/2011 16:09:56 PM 05/11/2011 16:10:05 PM 05/11/2011 16:16:12 PM 05/13/2011 14:11:34 PM 05/16/2011 10:37:28 AM 05/16/2011 10:37:33 AM

Contract #: 10236

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I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: CONV6338 Amendment Number: Legal Entity Name: Contractor Name: Address: City/State/Zip 1 Ardella's Ardella's 1170 Sandhill Avenue Carson, CA 90746

Agency Name: PURCHASING DIVISION Agency Code: 083 Appropriation Unit: 1362-21 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: Hap Frank 3107621560 Vendor No.: T27004416 NV Business ID: NV20111314215 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2010-2012 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % Fees 0.00 % Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % X Other funding 100.00 % Various program funds - pass through costs to recipient agencies 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Previously Approved Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 07/01/2009

06/30/2011 3 years Contract Speciality Services

5. Purpose of contract: This is the first amendment to the original contract, which authorizes the Food Distribution Program to use USDA commodities as ingredients to produce breakfast and lunch products for the National School Lunch Program. This amendment extends the termination date from June 30, 2011 to June 30, 2012 and increases the maximum amount from $1,500,000 to $3,000,000 due to the continued need for these services and increased volume of sales. 6. CONTRACT AMENDMENT 1. The maximum amount of the original contract: 2. Total amount of any previous contract amendments: 3. Amount of current contract amendment: 4. New maximum contract amount: and/or the termination date of the original contract has changed to: $1,500,000.00 $0.00 $1,500,000.00 $3,000,000.00 06/30/2012

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? This will increase meal participation, school districts and other agencies use processed food products in their school lunch programs. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: State agencies and employees do not have the ability to process USDA food. Only licensed food manufacturers may do so.
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9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals:

Yes Yes

b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? Based on the evaluation criteria, this vendor received the top ranking among all proposals received for RFP 1758. d. Last bid date: 02/01/2011 Anticipated re-bid date: 02/01/2011 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: This vendor is currently under contract with this agency. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office as a: Foreign Corporation 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval

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Signature Date 05/23/2011 13:00:01 PM 05/23/2011 13:00:04 PM 05/23/2011 13:00:10 PM 05/24/2011 16:00:03 PM 05/24/2011 16:11:15 PM 05/25/2011 09:47:02 AM 05/25/2011 09:47:08 AM

Contract #: CONV6338

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I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: CONV6468 Amendment Number: Legal Entity Name: Contractor Name: Address: City/State/Zip 1 ES Foods, Inc. ES Foods, Inc. 20 Crossways Park N Woodbury, NY 11797

Agency Name: PURCHASING DIVISION Agency Code: 083 Appropriation Unit: 1362-21 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: Jeff Rowe 5166825494 Vendor No.: T27004717 NV Business ID: NV20111269942 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2010-2012 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % Fees 0.00 % Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % X Other funding 100.00 % Various program funds - pass through costs to recipient agencies 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Previously Approved Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 07/01/2009

06/30/2011 3 years Contract Speciality Services

5. Purpose of contract: This is the first amendment to the original contract, which authorizes the Food Distribution Program to use USDA commodities as ingredients to produce breakfast and lunch products for the National School Lunch Program. This amendment extends the termination date from June 30, 2011 to June 30, 2012 and increases the maximum amount from $800,000 to $1,600,000 due to an increased volume of sales and includes the legal name change from East Side Entrees to ES Foods. 6. CONTRACT AMENDMENT 1. The maximum amount of the original contract: 2. Total amount of any previous contract amendments: 3. Amount of current contract amendment: 4. New maximum contract amount: and/or the termination date of the original contract has changed to: $800,000.00 $0.00 $800,000.00 $1,600,000.00 06/30/2012

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? The increase in meal participation, school districts and other agencies use processed food products in their school lunch programs. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: State agencies do not process USDA food; only licensed food manufacturers may do so.
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9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals:

Yes Yes

b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? Multiple awards were issued based upon product availability, quality, marketability and price. Local school districts are not mandated to use this or any contract, but it is available if they choose to use it. d. Last bid date: 02/01/2006 Anticipated re-bid date: 02/01/2012 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? No If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: Not Applicable 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office as a: Foreign Corporation 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? No b. If "No", please explain: Vendor recently changed names and this amendment is to document that change as well as extend the time and double the authority. Tax ID remains the same. 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval
Contract #: CONV6468

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I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: CONV6464 Amendment 1 Number: Legal Entity Let's Do Lunch Name: Contractor Name: Let's Do Lunch, Inc. dba Integrated Food Service Address: 310 W Alondra Blvd City/State/Zip Gardena, CA 90248

Agency Name:

PURCHASING DIVISION

Agency Code: 083 Appropriation Unit: 1362-21 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: Jon Sugimoto 3105233664 Vendor No.: PUR0003797 NV Business ID: NV20111272488 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2010-2012 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % Fees 0.00 % Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % X Other funding 100.00 % Various program funds - pass through costs to recipient agencies 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Previously Approved Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 07/01/2009

06/30/2011 3 years Contract Speciality Services

5. Purpose of contract: This is the first amendment to the original contract, which authorizes the Food Distribution Program to use USDA commodities as ingredients to produce breakfast and lunch products for the National School Lunch Program. This amendment extends the termination date from June 30, 2011 to June 30, 2012 and increases the maximum amount from $5,500,000 to $11,000,000 due to the continued need for these services and an increased volume of sales. This amendment also includes the legal name change from Integrated Food Service to Let's Do Lunch, while maintaining the tax ID. 6. CONTRACT AMENDMENT 1. The maximum amount of the original contract: 2. Total amount of any previous contract amendments: 3. Amount of current contract amendment: 4. New maximum contract amount: and/or the termination date of the original contract has changed to: $5,500,000.00 $0.00 $5,500,000.00 $11,000,000.00 06/30/2012

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? The increase in meal participation, school districts and other agencies use processed food products in their school lunch programs. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work:
Contract #: CONV6464 Page 1 of 3 16

State agencies do not process USDA food; only licensed food manufacturers may do so. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Yes Yes

b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? Multiple awards were issued based upon product availability, quality, marketability and price. Local school districts are not mandated to use this or any contract, but it is available if they choose to use it. d. Last bid date: 02/01/2006 Anticipated re-bid date: 02/01/2012 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? No If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: Not Applicable 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office as a: Foreign Corporation 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? No b. If "No", please explain: Let's Do Lunch is the corporate name of the company and Integrated Food Services is the dba. 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval
Contract #: CONV6464

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I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 11290 Amendment Number: Legal Entity Name: Contractor Name: Address: City/State/Zip 1 AVIAREPS Tourism GmbH AVIAREPS Tourism GmbH Sonnenstrasse 9 Munich Germany, -- 80331

Agency Name: COMMISSION ON TOURISM Agency Code: 101 Appropriation Unit: 1522-43 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: Christiane Gerber 498923662114 Vendor No.: F00000102 NV Business ID: NV20101517495 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2011-2012 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % Fees 0.00 % Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % X Other funding 100.00 % Lodging Tax 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Previously Approved Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 07/13/2010

06/30/2011 1 year and 353 days Contract Rep Office - Europe

5. Purpose of contract: This is the first amendment to the original contract, which provides international representation for the Nevada Commission on Tourism in German-speaking Europe. The services will include placing stories with the media; maintaining a foreign website; conducting sales missions; organizing familiarization tours; expanding tour product to tour operators; media planning and buying; developing foreign brochures; and providing quarterly progress reports. This amendment extends the termination date from June 30, 2011 to June 30, 2012 and increases the maximum amount from $60,000 to $120,000 due to a continued need for international representation. 6. CONTRACT AMENDMENT 1. The maximum amount of the original contract: 2. Total amount of any previous contract amendments: 3. Amount of current contract amendment: 4. New maximum contract amount: and/or the termination date of the original contract has changed to: $60,000.00 $0.00 $60,000.00 $120,000.00 06/30/2012

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? NRS 231.160 through 231.360 requires that the Nevada Commission on Tourism promote tourism in Nevada both domestically and internationally. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: The State does not have any employees located outside the United States to perform this work.
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9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? No Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing No Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Not Applicable b. Soliciation Waiver: Sole Source Contract (As Approved by Chief of Purchasing) Approval #: N/A Approval Date: 05/14/2010 c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? The Las Vegas Convention & Visitors Authority (LVCVA) completed a solicitation for each of the foreign offices and the Nevada Commission on Tourism will contract with the same companies as part of the partnership with the LVCVA. d. Last bid date: Anticipated re-bid date: 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

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11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: The Nevada Commission on Tourism has contracted with this company in FY09, FY10, and FY11. The work has been satisfactory. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office as a: Foreign Corporation 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval
Contract #: 11290

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I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 11287 Amendment Number: Legal Entity Name: Contractor Name: Address: City/State/Zip 1 Adnova Comunicacion Estrategica Adnova Comunicacion Estrategica Psicologia No. 1, Col. Lomas Anajuac, Huixquilucan Estado De Mexico, MX 52786

Agency Name: COMMISSION ON TOURISM Agency Code: 101 Appropriation Unit: 1522-43 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: Benjamin Diaz 55)5596.6746 Vendor No.: F00000119A NV Business ID: NV20101580909 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2011-2012 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % Fees 0.00 % Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % X Other funding 100.00 % Lodging Tax 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Previously Approved Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 07/13/2010

06/30/2011 1 year and 353 days Contract Rep Office - Mexico

5. Purpose of contract: This is the first amendment to the original contract, which provides international representation for the Nevada Commission on Tourism in Mexico. The services will include placing stories with the media; maintaining a foreign website; conducting sales missions; organizing familiarization tours; expanding tour product to tour operators; media planning and buying; developing foreign brochures; and providing quarterly progress reports. This amendment extends the termination date from June 30, 2011 to June 30, 2012 and increases the maximum amount from $60,000 to $120,000 due to a continued need for international representation. 6. CONTRACT AMENDMENT 1. The maximum amount of the original contract: 2. Total amount of any previous contract amendments: 3. Amount of current contract amendment: 4. New maximum contract amount: and/or the termination date of the original contract has changed to: $60,000.00 $0.00 $60,000.00 $120,000.00 06/30/2012

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? NRS 231.160 through NRS 231.360 requires that the Nevada Commission on Tourism promote tourism in Nevada both domestically and internationally. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: The State does not have any employees located outside the United States to perform this work.
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9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? No Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing No Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Not Applicable b. Soliciation Waiver: Sole Source Contract (As Approved by Chief of Purchasing) Approval #: N/A Approval Date: 05/14/2010 c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? The Las Vegas Convention & Visitors Authority (LVCVA)completed a soliciation for each of the foreign offices and the Nevada Commission on Tourism will contract with the same companies as part of the partnership with the LVCVA. d. Last bid date: Anticipated re-bid date: 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: The Nevada Commission on Tourism has contracted with this company in FY09, FY10, and FY11. The work has been more than satisfactory. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office as a: Foreign Corporation 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval
Contract #: 11287

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Signature Date 05/11/2011 13:47:54 PM 05/11/2011 13:47:57 PM 05/11/2011 13:48:00 PM 05/23/2011 14:56:39 PM 05/23/2011 16:45:29 PM 05/24/2011 09:00:26 AM
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1. Contract Number: 11288 Amendment Number: Legal Entity Name: Contractor Name: Address: City/State/Zip 1 Hills Balfour Synergy Hills Balfour Synergy Colechurch House 1 London Bridge Walk London, UK SE12SX

Agency Name: COMMISSION ON TOURISM Agency Code: 101 Appropriation Unit: 1522-43 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: Amanda Hills-Balfour 442073670900 Vendor No.: F00000120 NV Business ID: NV20101628853 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2011-2012 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % Fees 0.00 % Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % X Other funding 100.00 % Lodging Tax 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Previously Approved Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 07/13/2010

06/30/2011 1 year and 353 days Contract Rep Office - UK

5. Purpose of contract: This is the first amendment to the original contract, which provides international representation for the Nevada Commission on Tourism in the United Kingdom. The services will include placing stories with the media; maintaining a foreign website; conducting sales missions; organizing familiarization tours; expanding tour product to tour operators; media planning and buying; developing foreign brochures; and providing quarterly progress reports. This amendment extends the termination date from June 30, 2011 to June 30, 2012 and increases the maximum amount from $60,000 to $120,000 due to a continued need for international representation. 6. CONTRACT AMENDMENT 1. The maximum amount of the original contract: 2. Total amount of any previous contract amendments: 3. Amount of current contract amendment: 4. New maximum contract amount: and/or the termination date of the original contract has changed to: $60,000.00 $0.00 $60,000.00 $120,000.00 06/30/2012

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? NRS 231.160 through 231.360 requires that the Nevada Commission on Tourism promote tourism in Nevada both domestically and internationally. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: The State does not have any employees located outside the United States to perform this work.
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9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? No Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing No Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Not Applicable b. Soliciation Waiver: Sole Source Contract (As Approved by Chief of Purchasing) Approval #: N/A Approval Date: 05/14/2010 c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? The Las Vegas Convention & Visitors Authority (LVCVA) completed a solicitation for each of the foreign offices and the Nevada Commission on Tourism will contract with the same companies as part of the partnership with the LVCVA. d. Last bid date: Anticipated re-bid date: 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

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11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: The Nevada Commission on Tourism has contracted with this company in FY09, FY10, and FY11. The work has been satisfactory. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office as a: Foreign Corporation 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval
Contract #: 11288

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Signature Date 05/11/2011 13:53:26 PM 05/11/2011 13:53:29 PM 05/11/2011 13:53:32 PM 05/23/2011 14:56:08 PM 05/23/2011 16:40:10 PM 05/24/2011 09:02:33 AM
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I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 12224 Legal Entity NCOT BEIJING OFF/CHEN, HONGXIA Name: Contractor Name: NCOT BEIJING OFF/CHEN, HONGXIA Address: 13th Floor, Sun House 181 Des Voeux Road, Central City/State/Zip Hong Kong, China, - -

Agency Name: COMMISSION ON TOURISM Agency Code: 101 Appropriation Unit: 1522-43 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: Hongxia Chen 861085625705 Vendor No.: F00000011A NV Business ID: N/A To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2012-2013 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % Fees 0.00 % Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % X Other funding 100.00 % Lodging Tax 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 07/01/2011

06/30/2013 2 years Contract Rep Office - China

5. Purpose of contract: This is a new contract to maintain operation of a representative office for the State of Nevada, Nevada Commission on Tourism in the People's Republic of China, which will help increase the Chinese visitor volume to Nevada. 6. NEW CONTRACT The maximum amount of the contract for the term of the contract is: $288,350.00 Other basis for payment: Up to $144,175 per fiscal year, payable upon submission of invoices as services are rendered, for not more than a total of $288,350.

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? NRS 231.160 through NRS 213.300 requires that the Nevada Commission on Tourism promote tourism in Nevada. The Nevada Commission on Tourism currently operates several other foreign offices, and China represents a significant, largely undeveloped market. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: The state does not have employees located outside the United States to perform this work, and it is not feasible because the representative must be located in China. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Not Applicable
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b. Soliciation Waiver: Sole Source Contract (As Approved by Chief of Purchasing) Approval #: 110408 Approval Date: 04/21/2011 c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? The skill set needed to effectively perform the scope of work of the contract is very specific. NCOT's prior solicitation produced a single candidate. Since that time, this individual has performed the services of prior contracts and the existing contract successfully and has exceeded NCOT's expectations. The continued success of this program in China is directly dependent on this individual continuing to perform the services. d. Last bid date: Anticipated re-bid date: 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: The Nevada Commission on Tourism has contracted with this entity since FY08, with the current contract expiring June 30, 2011. The quality of service is excellent. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is not registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office because the legal entity is a: Other Foreign Corporation 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? No b. If "No", is an exemption on file with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? No If "No", to a. AND b., please explain why the contractor does not have an SBL or an exemption. The contractor is currenly in the process of obtaining a business license with the Secretary of State's Office. 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? No b. If "NO", please explain. The contractor is currenly in the process of obtaining a business license with the Secretary of State's Office. 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval
Contract #: 12224

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
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I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: CONV5762 Amendment Number: Legal Entity Name: Contractor Name: Address: City/State/Zip 2 RUF STRATEGIC SOLUTIONS RUF STRATEGIC SOLUTIONS 1522 E SPRUCE OLATHE, KS 66061-3646

Agency Name: COMMISSION ON TOURISM Agency Code: 101 Appropriation Unit: 1522-31 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: JAKE RUF 913-782-8544 Vendor No.: T27005585 NV Business ID: NV20101718250 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2008-2013 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % Fees 0.00 % Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % X Other funding 100.00 % Lodging Tax 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Previously Approved Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 07/01/2007

06/30/2011 6 years and 1 day Contract Speciality Services

5. Purpose of contract: This is the second amendment to the original contract, which will assure continuity of services on multiple missioncritical, data-driven marketing operations for the Nevada Commission on Tourism (NCOT), including promotion of the state as a tourism destination in the critical online environment; efficient collection and processing of customer responses across all media channels, fulfilling all material requests; and communicating with responders via email for optimal conversion to actual travel results and resulting tax revenues - all of which are inherently dependent on our robust, unique, intelligent CRM database platform. This amendment extends the termination date from June 30, 2011 to June 30, 2013 and increases the maximum amount from $4,882,750 to $7,282,027 to continue these needed services. 6. CONTRACT AMENDMENT 1. The maximum amount of the original contract: 2. Total amount of any previous contract amendments: 3. Amount of current contract amendment: 4. New maximum contract amount: and/or the termination date of the original contract has changed to: $4,882,750.00 $0.00 $2,399,277.00 $7,282,027.00 06/30/2013

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? NRS 231.160 through NRS 213.300 requires that the Nevada Commission on Tourism promote tourism in Nevada. By integrating and consolidating the inquiry data from its various sources, we will be able to enhance the data into information and subsequently leverage it to assist us in our tourism mission.
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8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: It is not feasible for state employees to perform this work due to the unique qualifications and very specialized technology employed by this vendor relevant to the nature of the tasks performed. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? No Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing No Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Not Applicable b. Soliciation Waiver: Sole Source Contract (As Approved by Chief of Purchasing) Approval #: 070211A Approval Date: 10/15/2010 c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? d. Last bid date: Anticipated re-bid date: No 01/01/2013

10. Does the contract contain any IT components?

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: The Nevada Commission on Tourism currently has a contract with this entity, and the performance has been satisfactory. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office as a: Nevada Corporation 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval
Contract #: CONV5762

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From: Sent: To: Cc: Subject: David C. Peterson Monday, May 23, 2011 10:28 AM Jim Rodriguez Steve C. Woodbury; Kelly Williams FW: Request from Budget Division regarding our contract extension with Ruf Strategic Solutions

Kelly, Can you provide hard copies of this to Jim and scan this into the CETS system, please? Thank you, Dave
From: Greg Smith Sent: Monday, May 23, 2011 7:49 AM To: David C. Peterson Subject: RE: Request from Budget Division regarding our contract extension with Ruf Strategic Solutions Please consider this e-mail as my acknowledgement that we have discussed this matter and based on the information you have provided me, it's not in the state's best interest to conduct an RFP for these services at this time. I believe it to be more advantageous to allow the various "moving" parts to mesh in order to gather the appropriate and accurate information in order to perform a meaningful solicitation process at the end of this proposed agreement.

Greg Smith | Administrator CPO State of Nevada | Dept of Administration Purchasing Division 515 E. Musser St. #300 Carson City, Nevada 89701 T: (775) 684-0170 | F: (775) 684-0188 | W: http://purchasing.state.nv.us

This communication, including any attachments, may contain confidential information and is intended only for the individual or entity to which it is addressed. Any review, dissemination or copying of this communication by anyone other than the intended recipient is strictly prohibited. If you are not the intended recipient, please contact the sender by reply e-mail and delete all copies of the original message. From: David C. Peterson Sent: Friday, May 20, 2011 3:16 PM To: Greg Smith Subject: Request from Budget Division regarding our contract extension with Ruf Strategic Solutions

Hi Greg, The Budget Division is seeking confirmation from you on the approval of our extension of this contract to 6 years, based on the conditions and circumstances we have discussed since the whole bankruptcy of Fulfillment Plus last fall. Can you put a short email together and send it to me to forward accordingly? Thanks, Dave

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I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 12119 Legal Entity TNS CUSTOM RESEARCH, INC. Name: Contractor Name: TNS CUSTOM RESEARCH, INC. Address: 600 VINE STREET City/State/Zip Contact/Phone: CINCINNATI, OH 45241 JOHN PACKER 513-345-2066 419/7258434 T29022445 NV20101361190

Agency Name: COMMISSION ON TOURISM Agency Code: 101 Appropriation Unit: 1522-31 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Vendor No.: NV Business ID: To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2011-2015 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % Fees 0.00 % Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % X Other funding 100.00 % Lodging Tax Agency Reference #: RFP #2002 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 06/14/2011

06/30/2015 4 years and 17 days Contract Ad Effect. Research

5. Purpose of contract: This is a new contract to measure the effectiveness of Nevada Commission on Tourism's domestic advertising and marketing campaigns. The contractor will develop questionnaires, field the questionnaire, analyze the responses, and prepare a report for the commission on its findings. 6. NEW CONTRACT The maximum amount of the contract for the term of the contract is: $602,750.00 Other basis for payment: Per individual invoice submitted as each milestone is completed, subject to agency approval.

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? NRS 231.160 through NRS 231.300 requires that Nevada Commission on Tourism (NCOT) promote tourism in Nevada. NCOT is also responsible for providing an accountability of the public funds given to the division. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: This needs a specialized computer system and objective expertise of a reputable research firm to collect and analyze data, as well as develop and implement a credible methodology that is applied to the collection and objective analysis of the data. It is not feasible due to the unique qualifications and highly specialized/technical nature of the task. The State of Nevada does not own a managed panel. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division?
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a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? This vendor is the incumbent contractor and is the only vendor to submit a proposal on this project. d. Last bid date: 03/21/2011 Anticipated re-bid date: 01/15/2015 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: TNS has a current contract with the Nevada Commission on Tourism. The contract has been in place since FY2008. The quality of service has been very satisfactory. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office as a: Foreign Corporation 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval BOE Final Approval

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
(This form must accompany all contracts submitted to the Board of Examiners (BOE) for review and approval)

I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 11289 Amendment Number: Legal Entity Name: Contractor Name: Address: City/State/Zip 1 VoX International VoX International 2 Bloor Street, Suite 2601 Toronto Ontario, Canada, -- M4W3E2

Agency Name: COMMISSION ON TOURISM Agency Code: 101 Appropriation Unit: 1522-43 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: Susan Webb 416-835-8212 Vendor No.: F00000118 NV Business ID: NV20101490047 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2011-2012 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % Fees 0.00 % Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % X Other funding 100.00 % Lodging Tax 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Previously Approved Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 07/13/2010

06/30/2011 1 year and 353 days Contract Rep Office - Canada

5. Purpose of contract: This is the first amendment to the original contract, which provides international representation for the Nevada Commission on Tourism in Canada. The services will include placing stories with the media; maintaining a foreign website; conducting sales missions; organizing familiarization tours; expanding tour product to tour operators; media planning and buying; developing foreign brochures; and providing quarterly progress reports. This amendment extends the termination date from June 30, 2011 to June 30, 2012 and increases the maximum amount from $60,000 to $120,000 due to a continued need for international representation. 6. CONTRACT AMENDMENT 1. The maximum amount of the original contract: 2. Total amount of any previous contract amendments: 3. Amount of current contract amendment: 4. New maximum contract amount: and/or the termination date of the original contract has changed to: $60,000.00 $0.00 $60,000.00 $120,000.00 06/30/2012

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? NRS 231.160 through 231.360 requires that the Nevada Commission on Tourism promote tourism in Nevada both domestically and internationally. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: The State does not have any employees located outside the United States to perform this work.
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9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? No Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing No Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Not Applicable b. Soliciation Waiver: Sole Source Contract (As Approved by Chief of Purchasing) Approval #: N/A Approval Date: 05/14/2010 c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? The Las Vegas Convention & Visitors Authority (LVCVA) completed a solicitation for each of the foreign offices and the Nevada Commission on Tourism will contract with the same companies as part of the partnership with the LVCVA. d. Last bid date: Anticipated re-bid date: 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: The Nevada Commission on Tourism has contracted with this company in FY09, FY10, and FY11. The work has been satisfactory. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office as a: Foreign Corporation 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval
Contract #: 11289

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
(This form must accompany all contracts submitted to the Board of Examiners (BOE) for review and approval)

I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: CONV6591 Amendment 1 Number: Legal Entity The Ferraro Group Name: Contractor Name: The Ferraro Group Address: City/State/Zip 165 W Liberty St, Ste 110 Reno, NV 89501

Agency Name:

COMM ON ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Agency Code: 102 Appropriation Unit: 1526-11 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: Greg Ferraro 775-331-4555 Vendor No.: T27023338 NV Business ID: NV20041598724 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2010-2013 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. X General Funds 100.00 % Fees 0.00 % Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % Other funding 0.00 % 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Previously Approved Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 07/14/2009

06/30/2011 3 years and 352 days Contract Communications and Media Related Services

5. Purpose of contract: This is the first amedment to the original contract, which provides public relations services assisting in furthering the objectives of the agency. This amendment extends the termination date from June 30, 2011 to June 30, 2013 and increases the maximum amount from $80,000 to $180,000 in an effort to continue the services currently provided to the agency. 6. CONTRACT AMENDMENT 1. The maximum amount of the original contract: 2. Total amount of any previous contract amendments: 3. Amount of current contract amendment: 4. New maximum contract amount: and/or the termination date of the original contract has changed to: $80,000.00 $0.00 $100,000.00 $180,000.00 06/30/2013

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? Chapter 231 of NRS to market the State of Nevada 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: The agency does not have the expertise for the services. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited?
Contract #: CONV6591

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Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing No Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Not Applicable b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? Agency is currently contracted with this vendor d. Last bid date: Anticipated re-bid date: 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: July 14, 2009 to current with the Nevada Commission on Economic Development with satisfactory services. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office as a: Nevada Corporation 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval

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Signature Date 05/09/2011 12:20:38 PM 05/09/2011 12:20:41 PM 05/09/2011 12:20:44 PM 05/09/2011 12:20:48 PM 05/20/2011 14:14:24 PM 05/23/2011 10:35:34 AM 05/23/2011 10:35:39 AM

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
(This form must accompany all contracts submitted to the Board of Examiners (BOE) for review and approval) DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT

Commission on Economic Dev Agency Name: 102 Agency Code: Appropriation Unit: 152611 Yes No Is budget authority available9: If "No" please explain:

Contractor Name: Address: Contact / Phone:

The Ferraro Group 165 W. Liberty St., Ste. 110 Reno, NV 89501 ~ 775-324-2794 CDB#

Vendor No ^5-703333 g.

FY10&FY11 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. [X] General Funds -\QQ o/o D Fees FJ] Bonds | | Federal Funds % ^
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To provide public relations services assisting in furthering the objectives of N&r
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a NEW CONTRACTS ONLY: The maximum amount of the contract for the term of the contract is: Payment for services will be made at the rate of or, if not applicable, specify other basis for payment:
b. CONTRACT AMENDMENTS ONLY: Maximum amount of the original contract: (refer to 6 a) Total amount of any previous contract amendments Amount of current contract amendment New maximum contract amount (Add lines 1 , 2, and 3 for the total of line 4)
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JUSTIFICATION

What conditions mandate th

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Chapter 231 of NRS to market the State of Nevada.


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Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: The agency does not have the expertise for the services. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals BBC, The Glenn Group, The Pont Group, Vanguard Advertising, Greg Mason Advertising, Carol Infranca & Assoc., Imagine Marketing, B & P Media, The Firm, Fleishman Hillyard & Brain Trust Marketing b Solicitation Waiver # Professional Service Exempt [~] Yes Yes [X] No No If both are No, see 9 b.

c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to others? Upon thorough review and evaluation of proposals, contractor most clearly indicated an understanding of the deliverables as evaluated by NCED. d. Last bid date:
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Anticipated re-bid date:

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Does the contract contain any IT components'' If yes, per NRS 242 151 DolT approval is required. DolT Director or designee approval

No

III. OTHER INFORMATION: 11. Is the contractor employed by the State of Nevada, any of its political subdivisions or by any other . _ ir\e government?

Yes

If "Yes," is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain)

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Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency?

Yes

No

If "Yes," specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory:

13

Contracts over $25,000 per fiscal year: Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada?

Yes

NO

If "Yes," please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract.

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Agency Field Contract Monitor: Kimberly Elliott Printed Name Marketing Director

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775.687.4325 Phone No 775.687.4325 Phone No.

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Certified Contract Manager Approval: Margene Stenger Printed Name

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Agency Head Approval: Date Contract Summary was Prepared:

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CONTRACT FOR SERVICES OF INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR A Contract Between the State of Nevada Acting By and Through Its Nevada Commission on Economic Development 108 East Proctor Street Carson City, NV 89701
775.687.4325 and

The Ferraro Group 165 W. Liberty St., Ste. 110 Reno, NV 89501 (775)331-4555
WHEREAS. NRS 284.173 authorizes elective officers, heads of departments, boards, commissions or institutions to engage, subject to the approval of the Board of Examiners, services of persons as independent contractors: and WHEREAS, it is deemed that the service of Contractor is both necessary and in the best interests of the State of Nevada: NOW. THEREFORE, in consideration of the aforesaid premises, the parties mutually agree as follows: 1. REQUIRED APPROVAL. This Contract shall not become effective until and unless approved by the Nevada State Board of Examiners. 2. DEFINITIONS. "State" means the State of Nevada and any state agency identified herein, its officers, employees and immune contractors as defined in NRS 41.0307. "Independent Contractor" means a person or entity that performs services and/or provides goods for the State under the terms and conditions set forth in this Contract. "Fiscal Year" is defined as the period beginning July 1 and ending June 30 of the following year. 3. CONTRACT TERM. This Contract shall be effective from Board of Examiners Approval to June 30. 2011. unless sooner terminated by either party as specified in paragraph ten (10). 4. NOTICE. Unless otherwise specified, termination shall not be effective until 30 calendar days after a party has served written notice of default, or without cause upon the other party. All notices or other communications required or permitted to be given under this Contract shall be in writing and shall be deemed to have been duly given if delivered personally in hand, by telephonic facsimile with simultaneous regular mail, or mailed certified mail, return receipt requested, postage prepaid on the date posted, and addressed to the other party at the address specified above. 5. INCORPORATED DOCUMENTS. The parties agree that the scope of work shall be specifically described. This Contract incorporates the following attachments in descending order of constructive precedence: ATTACHMENT A: SCOPE OF WORK ATTACHMENT B: INSURANCE SCHEDULE A Contractor's Attachment shall not contradict or supersede any State specifications, terms or conditions without written evidence of mutual assent to such change appearing in this Contract: 6. CONSIDERATION. The parties agree that Contractor will provide the services specified in paragraph five (5) at a cost of $200.00 per hour (state the exact cost or hourly, daily, or weekly rate exclusive of travel or per diem expenses) with the total Contract or installments payable: Upon Invoice, not to exceed $80.000.00. The State does not agree to reimburse Contractor for expenses unless otherwise specified in the incorporated attachments. Any intervening end to a biennial appropriation period shall be deemed an automatic renewal (not changing the overall Contract term) or a termination as the results of legislative appropriation may require.

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7. ASSENT. The parties agree that the terms and conditions listed on incorporated attachments of this Contract are also specifically a part of this Contract and are limited only by their respective order of precedence and any limitations specified. 8. TIMELINESS OF BILLING SUBMISSION. The parties agree that timeliness of billing is of the essence to the contract and recognize that the State is on a fiscal year. All billings for dates of service prior to July 1 must be submitted to the State no later than the first Friday in August of the same year. A billing submitted after the first Friday in August, which forces the State to process the billing as a stale claim pursuant to NRS 353.097. will subject the Contractor to an administrative fee not to exceed one hundred dollars ($100.00). The parties hereby agree this is a reasonable estimate of the additional costs to the State of processing the billing as a stale claim and that this amount will be deducted from the stale claim payment due to the Contractor. 9. INSPECTION & AUDIT. a. Books and Records. Contractor agrees to keep and maintain under generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) full, true and complete records, contracts, books, and documents as are necessary to fully disclose to the State or United States Government, or their authorized representatives, upon audits or reviews, sufficient information to determine compliance with all state and federal regulations and statutes. b. Inspection & Audit. Contractor agrees that the relevant books, records (written, electronic, computer related or otherwise), including, without limitation, relevant accounting procedures and practices of Contractor or its subcontractors, financial statements and supporting documentation, and documentation related to the work product shall be subject, at any reasonable time, to inspection, examination, review, audit, and copying at any office or location of Contractor where such records may be found, with or without notice by the State Auditor, the relevant state agency or its contracted examiners, the Department of Administration, Budget Division, the Nevada State Attorney General's Office or its Fraud Control Units, the State Legislative Auditor, and with regard to any federal funding, the relevant federal agency, the Comptroller General, the General Accounting Office, the Office of the Inspector General, or any of their authorized representatives. All subcontracts shall reflect requirements of this paragraph. c. Period of Retention. All books, records, reports, and statements relevant to this Contract must be retained a minimum three (3) yeans, and for five (5) years if any federal funds are used pursuant to the Contract. The retention period runs from the date of payment for the relevant goods or sendees by the State, or from the date of termination of the Contract, whichever is later. Retention time shall be extended when an audit is scheduled or in progress for a period reasonably necessary to complete an audit and/or to complete any administrative and judicial litigation which may ensue. 10. CONTRACT TERMINATION. a. Termination Without Cause. Any discretionary or vested right of renewal notwithstanding, this Contract may be terminated upon written notice by mutual consent of both parties, or unilaterally by either party without cause. b. State Termination for Non-appropriation. The continuation of this Contract beyond the current biennium is subject to and contingent upon sufficient funds being appropriated, budgeted, and otherwise made available by the State Legislature and/or federal sources. The State may terminate this Contract, and Contractor waives any and all claim(s) for damages, effective immediately upon receipt of written notice (or any date specified therein) if for any reason the Contracting Agency's funding from State and/or federal sources is not appropriated or is withdrawn, limited, or impaired. c. Cause Termination for Default or Breach. A default or breach may be declared with or without termination. This Contract may be terminated by either party upon written notice of default or breach to the other party as follows: i. If Contractor fails to provide or satisfactorily perform any of the conditions, work, deliverables, goods, or services called for by this Contract within the time requirements specified in this Contract or within any granted extension of those time requirements; or ii. If any state, county, city or federal license, authorization, waiver, permit, qualification or certification required by statute, ordinance, law, or regulation to be held by Contractor to provide the goods or services required by this Contract is for any reason denied, revoked, debarred, excluded, terminated, suspended, lapsed, or not renewed; or iii. If Contractor becomes insolvent, subject to receivership, or becomes voluntarily or involuntarily subject to the jurisdiction of the bankruptcy court; or iv. If the State materially breaches any material duty under this Contract and any such breach impairs Contractor's ability to perform; or v. If it is found by the State that any quid pro quo or gratuities in the form of money, services, entertainment, gifts, or otherwise were offered or given by Contractor, or any agent or representative of Conn-actor, to any officer or employee of the State of Nevada with a view toward securing a contract or securing favorable treatment with respect to awarding, extending, amending, or making any determination with respect to the performing of such contract; or
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vi. If it is found by the State that Contractor has failed to disclose any material conflict of interest relative to the performance of this Contract. d. Time to Correct. Termination upon a declared default or breach may be exercised only after service of formal written notice as specified in paragraph four (4), and the subsequent failure of the defaulting party within fifteen (15) calendar days of receipt of that notice to provide evidence, satisfactory to the aggrieved party, showing that the declared default or breach has been corrected. e. Winding Up Affairs Upon Termination. In the event of termination of this Contract for any reason, the parties agree that the provisions of this paragraph survive termination: i. The parties shall account for and properly present to each other all claims for fees and expenses and pay those which are undisputed and otherwise not subject to set off under this Contract. Neither party may withhold performance of winding up provisions solely based on nonpayment of fees or expenses accrued up to the time ol termination; ii. Contractor shall satisfactorily complete work in progress at the agreed rate (or a pro rata basis if necessary) if so requested by the Contracting Agency; iii. Contractor shall execute any documents and take any actions necessary to effectuate an assignment of this Contract if so requested by the Contracting Agency; iv. Contractor shall preserve, protect and promptly deliver into State possession all proprietary information in accordance with paragraph twenty-one (21). 11. REMEDIES. Except as otherwise provided for by law or this Contract, the rights and remedies of the parties shall not be exclusive and are in addition to any other rights and remedies provided by law or equity, including, without limitation, actual damages, and to a prevailing party reasonable attorneys' fees and costs. It is specifically agreed that reasonable attorneys' fees shall include without limitation one hundred and twenty-five dollars ($125.00) per hour for State-employed attorneys. The State may set off consideration against any unpaid obligation of Contractor to any State agency in accordance with NRS 353C.190. 12. LIMITED LIABILITY. The State will not waive and intends to assert available NRS chapter 41 liability limitations in all cases. Contract liability of both parties shall not be subject to punitive damages. Liquidated damages shall not apply unless otherwise specified in the incorporated attachments. Damages for any State breach shall never exceed the amount of funds appropriated for payment under this Contract, but not yet paid to Contractor, for the fiscal year budget in existence at the time of the breach. Damages for any Contractor breach shall not exceed one hundred and fifty percent (150%) of the contract maximum "not to exceed" value. Contractor's tort liability shall not be limited. 13. FORCE MAJEURE. Neither party shall be deemed to be in violation of this Contract if it is prevented from performing any of its obligations hereunder due to strikes, failure of public transportation, civil or military authority, act of public enemy, accidents, fires, explosions, or acts of God. including without limitation, earthquakes, floods, winds, or storms. In such an event the intervening cause must not be through the fault of the party asserting such an excuse, and the excused party is obligated to promptly perform in accordance with the terms of the Contract after the intervening cause ceases. 14. INDEMNIFICATION. To the fullest extent permitted by law Contractor shall indemnify, hold harmless and defend, not excluding the State's right to participate, the State from and against all liability, claims, actions, damages, losses, and expenses, including, without limitation, reasonable attorneys' fees and costs, arising out of any alleged negligent or willful acts or omissions of Contractor, its officers, employees and agents. 15. INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR. Contractor is associated with the State only for the purposes and to the extent specified in this Contract, and in respect to performance of the contracted services pursuant to this Contract, Contractor is and shall be an independent contractor and, subject only to the terms of this Contract, shall have the sole right to supervise, manage, operate, control, and direct performance of the details incident to its duties under this Contract. Nothing contained in this Contract shall be deemed or construed to create a partnership or joint venture, to create relationships of an employer-employee or principal-agent, or to otherwise create any liability for the State whatsoever with respect to the indebtedness, liabilities, and obligations of Contractor or any other party. Contractor shall be solely responsible for, and the State shall have no obligation with respect to; (1) withholding of income taxes, FICA or any other taxes or fees; (2) industrial insurance coverage; (3) participation in any group insurance plans available to employees of the State; (4) participation or contributions by either Contractor or the State to the Public Employees Retirement System; (5) accumulation of vacation leave or sick leave; or (6) unemployment compensation coverage provided by the State. Contractor shall indemnify and hold State harmless from, and defend State against, any and all losses, damages, claims, costs, penalties, liabilities, and expenses arising or incurred because of, incident to, or otherwise with respect to any such taxes or fees. Neither Contractor nor its employees, agents, nor representatives shall be considered
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employees, agents, or representatives of the State. The State and Contractor shall evaluate the nature of services and the term of the Contract negotiated in order to determine "independent contractor" status, and shall monitor the work relationship throughout the term of the Contract to ensure that the independent contractor relationship remains as such. To assist in determining the appropriate status (employee or independent contractor). Contractor represents as follows:

Contractor's Initials

YES
Does the Contracting Agency have the right to require control of when, where and how the independent contractor is to work'.' Will the Contracting Agency be providing training to the independent contractor? Will the Contracting Agency be furnishing the independent contractor with worker's snace. euuinment. tools, sunnhes or travel exnenses1' space, equipment, (Mils, supplies travel expenses Are any of the workers who assist the independent contractor in performance of his'her duties employees of the State of Nevada? Does the arrangement with the independent contractor contemplate continuing or recurring work (even if the services are seasonal, part-time, or of short duration)? Will the State of Nevada incur an employment liability it the independent contractor is terminated for failure to perform? Is the independent contractor restricted from offering his her services to the general public while engaged in this work relationship with the State'.'

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16. INSURANCE SCHEDULE. Unless expressly waived in writing by the State, Contractor, as an independent contractor and not an employee of the State, must carry policies of insurance and pay all taxes and fees incident hereunto. Policies shall meet the terms and conditions as specified within this Contract along with the additional limits and provisions as described in Attachment BB. incorporated hereto by attachment. The State shall have no liability except as specifically provided in the Contract. The Contractor shall not commence work before: 1) Contractor has provided the required evidence of insurance to the Contracting Agency of the State, and 2) The State has approved the insurance policies provided by the Contractor. Prior approval of the insurance policies by the State shall be a condition precedent to any payment of consideration under this Contract and the State's approval of any changes to insurance coverage during the course of performance shall constitute an ongoing condition subsequent this Contract. Any failure of the State to timely approve shall not constitute a waiver of the condition. Insurance Coverage: The Contractor shall, at the Contractor's sole expense, procure, maintain and keep in force for the duration of the Contract insurance conforming to the minimum limits as specified in Attachment BB, incorporated hereto by attachment. Unless specifically stated herein or otherwise agreed to by the State, the required insurance shall be in effect prior to the commencement of work by the Contractor and shall continue in force as appropriate until: 1. Final acceptance by the State of the completion of this Contract; or 2. Such time as the insurance is no longer required by the State under the terms of this Contract; Whichever occurs later. Any insurance or self-insurance available to the State shall be in excess of, and non-contributing with, any insurance required from Contractor. Contractor's insurance policies shall apply on a primary basis. Until such time as the insurance is no longer required by the State, Contractor shall provide the State with renewal or replacement evidence of insurance no less than thirty (30) days before the expiration or replacement of the required insurance. If at any time during the period when insurance is required by the Contract, an insurer or surety shall fail to comply with the requirements of this Contract, as soon as Contractor has knowledge of any such failure, Contractor shall immediately notify the State and immediately replace such insurance or bond with an insurer meeting the requirements.

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General Requirements: a. Additional Insured: By endorsement to the general liability insurance policy evidenced by Contractor, the State of Nevada, its officers, employees and immune contractors as defined in NRS 41.0307 shall be named as additional insureds for all liability arising from the Contract. b. Waiver of Subrogation: Each insurance policy shall provide for a waiver of subrogation against the State of Nevada, its officers, employees and immune contractors as defined in NRS 41.0307 for losses arising from work/materials/equipment performed or provided by or on behalf of the Contractor. c. Cross-Liability: All required liability policies shall provide cross-liability coverage as would be achieved under the standard ISO separation of insureds clause. d. Deductibles and Self-Insured Retentions: Insurance maintained by Contractor shall apply on a first dollar basis without application of a deductible or self-insured retention unless otherwise specifically agreed to by the State. Such approval shall not relieve Contractor from the obligation to pay any deductible or self-insured retention. Any deductible or selfinsured retention shall not exceed fifty thousand dollars ($50.000.00) per occurrence, unless otherwise approved by the Risk Management Division. e. Policy Cancellation: Except for ten (10) days notice for non-payment of premium, each insurance policy shall be endorsed to state that without thirty (30) days prior written notice to the State of Nevada, c/o Contracting Agency, the policy shall not be canceled, non-renewed or coverage and /or limits reduced or materially altered, and shall provide that notices required by this paragraph shall be sent by certified mailed to the address shown on page one (1) of this contract: f. Approved Insurer: Each insurance policy shall be: 1) Issued by insurance companies authorized to do business in the State of Nevada or eligible surplus lines insurers acceptable to the State and having agents in Nevada upon whom service of process may be made; and 2) Currently rated by A.M. Best as "A-VII" or better. Evidence of Insurance: Prior to the start of any Work. Contractor must provide the following documents to the contracting State agency: 1) Certificate of Insurance: The Acord 25 Certificate of Insurance form or a form substantially similar must be submitted to the State to evidence the insurance policies and coverages required of Contractor. The certificate must name the State of Nevada, its officers, employees and immune contractors as defined in NRS 41.0307 as the certificate holder. The certificate should be signed by a person authorized insurer to bind coverage on its behalf. The state project/contract number; description and contract effective dates shall be noted on the certificate, and upon renewal of the policies listed Contractor shall furnish the State with replacement certificates as described within Insurance Coverage, section noted above. Mail all required insurance documents to the State Contracting Agency identified on page one of the contract. 2) Additional Insured Endorsement: An Additional Insured Endorsement (CG 20 10 11 85 or CG 20 26 11 85) , signed by an authorized insurance company representative, must be submitted to the State to evidence the endorsement of the State as an additional insured per General Requirements, subsection a above. 3) Schedule of Underlying Insurance Policies: If Umbrella or Excess policy is evidenced to comply with minimum limits, a copy of the Underlyer Schedule from the Umbrella or Excess insurance policy may be required. Review and Approval: Documents specified above must be submitted for review and approval by the State prior to the commencement of work by Contractor. Neither approval by the State nor failure to disapprove the insurance furnished by Contractor shall relieve Contractor of Contractor's full responsibility to provide the insurance required by this Contract. Compliance with the insurance requirements of this Contract shall not limit the liability of Contractor or its sub-contractors, employees or agents to the State or others, and shall be in addition to and not in lieu of any other remedy available to the State under this Contract or otherwise. The State reserves the right to request and review a copy of any required insurance policy or endorsement to assure compliance with these requirements. 17. COMPLIANCE WITH LEGAL OBLIGATIONS. Contractor shall procure and maintain for the duration of this Contract any state, county, city or federal license, authorization, waiver, permit, qualification or certification required by statute, ordinance, law, or regulation to be held by Contractor to provide the goods or services required by this Contract. Contractor will be responsible to pay all taxes, assessments, fees, premiums, permits, and licenses required by law. Real property and personal

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property taxes are the responsibility of Contractor in accordance with NRS 361.157 and NRS 361.159. Contractor agrees to be responsible for payment of any such government obligations not paid by its subcontractors during performance of this Contract. The State may set-off against consideration due any delinquent government obligation in accordance with NRS 353C.190. 18. WAIVER OF BREACH. Failure to declare a breach or the actual waiver of any particular breach of the Contract or its material or nonmaterial terms by either party shall not operate as a waiver by such party of any of its rights or remedies as to any other breach. 19. SHVERABILITY. If any provision contained in this Contract is held to be unenforceable by a court of law or equity, this Contract shall be construed as if such provision did not exist and the non-enforceability of such provision shall not be held to render any other provision or provisions of this Contract unenforceable. 20. ASSIGNMENT/DELEGATION. To the extent that any assignment of any right under this Contract changes the duty of either party, increases the burden or risk involved, impairs the chances of obtaining the performance of this Contract, attempts to operate as a novation, or includes a waiver or abrogation of any defense to payment by State, such offending portion of the assignment shall be void, and shall be a breach of this Contract. Contractor shall neither assign, transfer nor delegate any rights, obligations nor duties under this Contract without the prior written consent of the State. 21. STATE OWNERSHIP OF PROPRIETARY INFORMATION. Any reports, histories, studies, tests, manuals, instructions, photographs, negatives, blue prints, plans, maps, data, system designs, computer code (which is intended to be consideration under the Contract), or any other documents or drawings, prepared or in the course of preparation by Contractor (or its subcontractors) in performance of its obligations under this Contract shall be the exclusive property of the State and all such materials shall be delivered into State possession by Contractor upon completion, termination, or cancellation of this Contract. Contractor shall not use. willingly allow, or cause to have such materials used for any purpose other than performance of Contractor's obligations under this Contract without the prior written consent of the State. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the State shall have no proprietary interest in any materials licensed for use by the State that are subject to patent, trademark or copyright protection. 22. PUBLIC RECORDS. Pursuant to NRS 239.010. information or documents received from Contractor may be open to public inspection and copying. The State has a legal obligation to disclose such information unless a particular record is made confidential by law or a common law balancing of interests. Contractor may label specific parts of an individual document as a "trade secret" or "confidential" in accordance with NRS 333.333, provided that Contractor thereby agrees to indemnify and defend the State for honoring such a designation. The failure to so label any document that is released by the State shall constitute a complete waiver of any and all claims for damages caused by any release of the records. 23. CONFIDENTIALITY. Contractor shall keep confidential all information, in whatever form, produced, prepared, observed or received by Contractor to the extent that such information is confidential by law or otherwise required by this Contract. 24. FEDERAL FUNDING. In the event federal funds are used for payment of all or part of this Contract: a. Contractor certifies, by signing this Contract, that neither it nor its principals are presently debarred, suspended, proposed for debannent, declared ineligible, or voluntarily excluded from participation in this transaction by any federal department or agency. This certification is made pursuant to the regulations implementing Executive Order 12549. Debannent and Suspension, 28 C.F.R. pt. 67. 67.510. as published as pt. VII of the May 26, 1988, Federal Register (pp. 19160-19211), and any relevant program-specific regulations. This provision shall be required of every subcontractor receiving any payment in whole or in part from federal funds. b. Contractor and its subcontractors shall comply with all terms, conditions, and requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (P.L. 101-136), 42 U.S.C. 12101, as amended, and regulations adopted thereunder contained in 28 C.F.R. 26.101-36.999. inclusive, and any relevant program-specific regulations. c. Contractor and its subcontractors shall comply with the requirements of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, P.L. 93-112, as amended, and any relevant program-specific regulations, and shall not discriminate against any employee or offeror for employment because of race, national origin, creed, color, sex. religion, age, disability or handicap condition (including AIDS and AIDS-related conditions.)

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25. LOBBYING. The parties agree, whether expressly prohibited by federal law, or otherwise, that no funding associated with this contract will be used for any purpose associated with or related to lobbying or influencing or attempting to lobby or influence for any purpose the following: a. Any federal, state, county or local agency, legislature, commission, counsel or board; b. Any federal, state, county or local legislator, commission member, counsel member, board member, or other elected official; or c. Any officer or employee of any federal, state, county or local agency; legislature, commission, counsel or board. 26. WARRANTIES. a. General Warranty. Contractor warrants that all services, deliverables, and/or work product under this Contract shall be completed in a workmanlike manner consistent with standards in the trade, profession, or industry; shall conform to or exceed the specifications set forth in the incorporated attachments; and shall be fit for ordinary use, of good quality, with no material defects. b. System Compliance. Contractor warrants that any information system application(s) shall not experience abnormally ending and/or invalid and/or incorrect results from the application(s) in the operating and testing of the business of the State. This warranty includes, without limitation, century recognition, calculations that accommodate same century and multi-century formulas and data values and date data interface values that reflect the century. 27. PROPER AUTHORITY. The parties hereto represent and warrant that the person executing this Contract on behalf of each party has full power and authority to enter into this Contract. Contractor acknowledges that as required by statute or regulation this Contract is effective only after approval by the State Board of Examiners and only for the period of time specified in the Contract. Any sendees performed by Contractor before this Contract is effective or after it ceases to be effective are performed at the sole risk of Contractor. 28. GOVERNING LAW; JURISDICTION. This Contract and the rights and obligations of the parties hereto shall be governed by, and construed according to, the laws of the State of Nevada, without giving effect to any principle of conflict-of-law that would require the application of the law of any other jurisdiction. The parties consent to the exclusive jurisdiction of the First Judicial District Court, Carson City, Nevada for enforcement of this Contract. 29. ENTIRE CONTRACT AND MODIFICATION. This Contract and its integrated attachment(s) constitute the entire agreement of the parties and as such are intended to be the complete and exclusive statement of the promises, representations, negotiations, discussions, and other agreements that may have been made in connection with the subject matter hereof. Unless an integrated attachment to this Contract specifically displays a mutual intent to amend a particular part of this Contract, general conflicts in language between any such attachment and this Contract shall be construed consistent with the terms of this Contract. Unless otherwise expressly authorized by the terms of this Contract, no modification or amendment to this Contract shall be binding upon the parties unless the same is in writing and signed by the respective parties hereto and approved by the Office of the Attomev General and the State Board of Examiners.

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IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have caused this Contract to be signed and intend to be legally bound thereby.

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ATTACHMENT A SCOPE OF WORK 1. Study the mission of NCED and develop public relations strategies that will influence public perception in alignment with stated agency objectives. 2. Confer with NCED management to identify trends and advise on public relations strategies. 3. Plan and direct communication of Nevada's value proposition to develop and maintain favorable perceptions of Nevada's position as the renewable energy leader and a cost-effective location to conduct business. 4. Identify target audiences and determine the best way to communicate publicity information to them. 5. Write white papers, develop press releases, prepare information for media kits and provide web content to support PR campaign efforts. 6. Develop target media lists and web-based distribution systems for response tracking. Follow up press releases with personal contact and pitch appropriate stories to media. Stage and manage press conferences. 7. Calendar, prepare, edit and clear (2 days advance) agency press releases for release to defined media. 8. Respond to requests for information from the media or designate another appropriate agency spokesperson or information source. 9. Monitor and provide consolidated monthly leveraged media reports. 10. Coach NCED representatives in effective communication with the media and the public. 11. Draft speeches for NCED program directors, and arrange interviews and other forms of contact for them. 12. Arrange public appearances and lectures for NCED program directors to increase awareness and to promote goodwill. 13. Source and manage special events such as sponsorships or other activities the NCED supports in order to gain public attention through the media without advertising directly. 14. Observe and report on social, economic and political trends that might affect employers. 15. Provide assistance in managing the PR aspect of crisis situations. 16. Attend or view NCED monthly commission meetings, staff meetings and other meetings as assigned. Provide detailed monthly activity invoicing.

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ATTACHMENT B INSURANCE SCHEDULE

Workers' Compensation and Employer's Liability Insurance 1) Contractor shall provide proof of worker's compensation insurance as required of Nevada Revised Statutes Chapters 616A through 616D inclusive. 2) Employer's Liability insurance with a minimum limit of $500.000 each employee per accident for bodily injury by accident or disease. If this contract is for temporary or leased employees, an Alternate Employer endorsement must be attached to the Contractor's workers' compensation insurance policy. 3) If the Contractor qualifies as a sole proprietor as defined in NRS Chapter 616A.310, and has elected to not purchase industrial insurance for himself/herself, the sole proprietor must submit to the contracting State agency a fully executed "Affidavit of Rejection of Coverage Under NRS 616B627 and NRS 617.210" form. Commercial General Liability Insurance 1) Minimum Limits required: $ 2,000,000 General Aggregate $ 1,000.000 Products & Completed Operations Aggregate $ 1,000,000 Personal and Advertising Injury $ 1,000.000 Each Occurrence 2) Coverage shall be on an occurrence basis and shall be at least as broad as ISO 1996 form CG 00 01 (or a substitute form providing equivalent coverage): and shall cover liability arising from premises, operations, independent contractors, completed operations, personal injury, products, civil lawsuits. Title VII actions and liability assumed under an insured contract (including the tort liability of another assumed in a business contract). Business Automobile' Liability Insurance \ Minimum Limit required: Waived Each Occurrence for bodily injury and property damage. 12) Coverage shall be for "any auto" (including owned, non-owned and hired vehicles). The policy shall be written on ISO form CA 00 01 or a substitute providing equivalent liability coverage. necessary, the policy shall be endorsed to provide contractual liability coverage. Professional Liability Insurance 1) Minimum Limit required: $ Waived Each Claim 2) Retroactive date: Prior to commencement of the performance of the contract 3) Discovery period: Three (3) years after termination date of contract. 4) A certified copy of this policy may be required. Umbrella or Excess Liability Insurance 1) May be used to achieve the above minimum liability limits. 2) Shall be endorsed to state it is ''As Broad as Primary Policy" Commercial Crime Insurance Minimum Limit required: $ Waived Per Loss for Employee Dishonesty This insurance shall be underwritten on a blanket form amending the definition of "employee" to include all employees of the Vendor regardless of position or category. Performance Security Amount required: $ Waived Security may be in the form of surety bond, Certificate of Deposit or Treasury Note payable to the State of Nevada, only. 1) The security shall be deposited with the contracting State agency no later than ten (10) working days following award of the Contract to Contractor. 2) Upon successful Contract completion, the security and all interest earned, if any, shall be returned to the Contractor.

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BOE Date:

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
(This form must accompany all contracts submitted to the Board of Examiners (BOE) for review and approval)

I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 12147 Legal Entity AMERICAN CHILLER SERVICE, INC. Name: Contractor Name: AMERICAN CHILLER SERVICE, INC. Address: 745 E. Greg Street, Suite 5 City/State/Zip Sparks, NV 89431

Agency Name: FACILITY MANAGEMENT DIVISION Agency Code: 182 Appropriation Unit: 1385-07 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: Ed Cavanaugh 775-322-9900 Vendor No.: T29015907A NV Business ID: NV19921063155 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2012-2013 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % X Fees 100.00 % Facility Fees Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % Other funding 0.00 % 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 07/01/2011

06/30/2013 2 years Contract HVAC Services

5. Purpose of contract: This is a new contract for repair and maintenance services for the chillers, cooling tower, water pumps, and compressors at the Department of Information Technology's Computer Facility. 6. NEW CONTRACT The maximum amount of the contract for the term of the contract is: $20,000.00 Other basis for payment: Annual service cost: $2,234.00; periodic service cost (per visit): $1,073.00; Brush Tubes cost: $761.00

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? The mainframe computer system and related components will not function without the proper temperature and humidity. The State is responsible for repairs to the computers if damage is caused by the environment in the computer room. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: State employees are not trained for this type of work. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other?
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Yes No

Lowest bidder. d. Last bid date:

04/07/2011

Anticipated re-bid date: No

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10. Does the contract contain any IT components?

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? No If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: Not Applicable 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office as a: Nevada Corporation 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval BOE Final Approval

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Signature Date 04/27/2011 14:15:29 PM 05/03/2011 07:29:03 AM 05/03/2011 07:29:07 AM 05/03/2011 08:52:55 AM 05/09/2011 09:44:36 AM 05/09/2011 09:44:39 AM 05/09/2011 09:44:43 AM

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
(This form must accompany all contracts submitted to the Board of Examiners (BOE) for review and approval)

I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 12148 Legal Entity GARRATT-CALLAHAN COMPANY Name: Contractor Name: GARRATT-CALLAHAN COMPANY Address: 50 INGOLD RD City/State/Zip BURLINGAME, CA 94010

Agency Name: FACILITY MANAGEMENT DIVISION Agency Code: 182 Appropriation Unit: 1385-07 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: Marshall Todd 650/697-5811 Vendor No.: T81091351 NV Business ID: NV20101209472 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2012-2013 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % X Fees 100.00 % Facility fees Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % Other funding 0.00 % 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 07/01/2011

06/30/2013 2 years Contract Chem Water Treatment

5. Purpose of contract: This is a new contract to provide preventive maintenance and as-needed repair services for chemical water treatment equipment. 6. NEW CONTRACT The maximum amount of the contract for the term of the contract is: $15,000.00 Other basis for payment: Annual inspection, maintenance and training, monthly testing and repairs: 1st yr/$5,200.00; 2nd yr/$5,460.00; Time and Material Services: M-F 8am-5pm $105; M-F 5pm-8am, weekends & holidays $157.55; discount for parts and materials: 10%

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? The mainframe computer system and related components will not function without the proper temperature and humidity. The State is responsible for repairs to the computers if damage is caused by the environment in the computer room. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: State staff are not trained in water treatment equipment and do not have access to the laboratories required for water/deposit analysis. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Yes No

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b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? Only respondent. d. Last bid date: 04/07/2011 Anticipated re-bid date: 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

04/01/2013

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: Garratt-Callahan has been the contractor for the last 10 years for the Department of Information Technology and has provided satisfactory service. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office as a: LP 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval BOE Final Approval

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Signature Date 04/27/2011 14:20:24 PM 05/03/2011 07:30:29 AM 05/03/2011 07:30:39 AM 05/03/2011 08:56:43 AM 05/09/2011 09:47:26 AM 05/09/2011 09:47:30 AM 05/09/2011 09:47:34 AM

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BOE Date:

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
(This form must accompany all contracts submitted to the Board of Examiners (BOE) for review and approval)

I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 10287 Amendment Number: Legal Entity Name: Contractor Name: Address: City/State/Zip 1 Commnet Nevada, LLC Commnet Nevada, LLC 400 Northridge Road, Suite 325 Atlanta , GA 30350

Agency Name: NETWORK TRANSPORT SERVICES Agency Code: 187 Appropriation Unit: 1388-00 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: Krista Thomas 678-338-5960 Vendor No.: NV Business ID: NV20081528507 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2010-2013 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % Fees 0.00 % Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % X Other funding 100.00 % Revenue Contract Agency Reference #: Commnet Nevada, LLC 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Previously Approved Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 01/12/2010

06/30/2011 3 years and 169 days Revenue Contract Commnet Nevada, LLC

5. Purpose of contract: This is the first amendment to the original revenue contract, which provides rack spaces and DS1 circuits at Prospect Peak for Comment of Nevada, LLC. This amendment extends the termination date from June 30, 2011 to June 30, 2013 and increases the maximum amount from $28,335.72 to $81,880.14 to continue to provide services to the vendor. 6. CONTRACT AMENDMENT 1. The maximum amount of the original contract: 2. Total amount of any previous contract amendments: 3. Amount of current contract amendment: 4. New maximum contract amount: and/or the termination date of the original contract has changed to: $28,335.72 $0.00 $53,544.42 $81,880.14 06/30/2013

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? Revenue Contract 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: Revenue Contract 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited?
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Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Not Applicable b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? d. Last bid date:

No

Anticipated re-bid date: No

10. Does the contract contain any IT components?

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: Currently under revenue contract with DoIT for like services provided. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office as a: Nevada Corporation 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
(This form must accompany all contracts submitted to the Board of Examiners (BOE) for review and approval)

I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 10286 Amendment Number: Legal Entity Name: Contractor Name: Address: City/State/Zip 2 Commnet Nevada, LLC Commnet Nevada, LLC 400 Northridge Road, Suite 325 Atlanta, GA 30350

Agency Name: NETWORK TRANSPORT SERVICES Agency Code: 187 Appropriation Unit: 1388-00 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: Krista Thomas 678-338-5960 Vendor No.: NV Business ID: NV20081528507 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2010-2013 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % Fees 0.00 % Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % X Other funding 100.00 % Revenue Contract Agency Reference #: Commnet Nevada, LLC 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Previously Approved Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 01/12/2010

06/30/2011 3 years and 169 days Revenue Contract Commnet Nevada, LLC

5. Purpose of contract: This is the second amendment to the original contract, which provides for rack space and DS1 circuits at Austin Summit for Commnet of Nevada, LLC. This amendment extends the termination date from June 30, 2011 to June 30, 2013 and increases the maximum amount from $33,223.72 to $100,840.90 to continue to provide services to the vendor. 6. CONTRACT AMENDMENT 1. The maximum amount of the original contract: 2. Total amount of any previous contract amendments: 3. Amount of current contract amendment: 4. New maximum contract amount: and/or the termination date of the original contract has changed to: $28,335.72 $4,888.00 $67,617.18 $100,840.90 06/30/2013

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? Revenue Contract 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: Revenue Contract 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited?
Contract #: 10286

No
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Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Not Applicable b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? d. Last bid date:

No

Anticipated re-bid date: No

10. Does the contract contain any IT components?

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: Currently under revenue contract with DoIT for like services. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office as a: Nevada Corporation 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval

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Signature Date 05/11/2011 11:27:56 AM 05/11/2011 15:49:13 PM 05/11/2011 15:49:17 PM 05/11/2011 16:05:12 PM 05/19/2011 07:44:24 AM 05/19/2011 07:44:27 AM 05/19/2011 07:44:31 AM

Contract #: 10286

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BOE Date:

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
(This form must accompany all contracts submitted to the Board of Examiners (BOE) for review and approval)

I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 10885 Amendment Number: Legal Entity Name: Contractor Name: Address: City/State/Zip 1 GRAY TELEVISION, INC. DBA KOLO TV GRAY TELEVISION, INC. DBA KOLO TV 4850 AMPERE DR RENO, NV 89502

Agency Name:

NETWORK TRANSPORT SERVICES

Agency Code: 187 Appropriation Unit: 1388-00 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: Nick Matesi 775/351-0203 Vendor No.: T81077733 NV Business ID: NV20041397012 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2010-2013 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % Fees 0.00 % Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % X Other funding 100.00 % Revenue Contract Agency Reference #: 5444 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Previously Approved Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 07/01/2009

06/30/2011 4 years Revenue Contract Revenue Contract

5. Purpose of contract: This is the first amendment to the original revenue contract, which provides for rack space for KOLO-TV. This amendment extends the termination date from June 30, 2011 to June 30, 2013 and increases the maximum amount from $11,285.19 to $22, 611.33 to continue to provide services to the vendor. 6. CONTRACT AMENDMENT 1. The maximum amount of the original contract: 2. Total amount of any previous contract amendments: 3. Amount of current contract amendment: 4. New maximum contract amount: and/or the termination date of the original contract has changed to: $11,285.19 $0.00 $11,326.14 $22,611.33 06/30/2013

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? Revenue Contract 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: Revenue Contract 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited?
Contract #: 10885

No
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Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing No Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Not Applicable b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? N/A d. Last bid date: Anticipated re-bid date: 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: Currently under revenue contract with DoIT. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office as a: Foreign Corporation 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval

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Signature Date 05/06/2011 14:55:07 PM 05/09/2011 15:55:57 PM 05/09/2011 15:56:00 PM 05/10/2011 15:42:15 PM 05/18/2011 16:27:43 PM 05/18/2011 16:27:47 PM 05/18/2011 16:35:25 PM

Contract #: 10885

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BOE Date:

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
(This form must accompany all contracts submitted to the Board of Examiners (BOE) for review and approval)

I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: CONV6187 Amendment Number: Legal Entity Name: Contractor Name: Address: City/State/Zip 1 NV Geothermal Power Co. Inc. NV Geothermal Power Co. Inc. 1755 East Plumb Lane Reno, NV 08504

Agency Name: NETWORK TRANSPORT SERVICES Agency Code: 187 Appropriation Unit: 1388-00 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: Max Walenciak 9255566612 Vendor No.: T29017560 NV Business ID: NV19861018297 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2009-2013 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % Fees 0.00 % Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % X Other funding 100.00 % Revenue 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Previously Approved Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 04/01/2009

06/30/2011 4 years and 91 days Revenue Contract Rental or Lease Agreements

5. Purpose of contract: This is the first amendment to the original revenue contract, which provides rack space. This amendment extends the termination date from June 30, 2011 to June 30, 2013 and increases the maximum amount of the contract from $35,133.72 to $81,127.38 to continue to provide rack space for the vendor. 6. CONTRACT AMENDMENT 1. The maximum amount of the original contract: 2. Total amount of any previous contract amendments: 3. Amount of current contract amendment: 4. New maximum contract amount: and/or the termination date of the original contract has changed to: $35,133.72 $0.00 $45,993.66 $81,127.38 06/30/2013

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? Revenue Contract 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: Revenue Contract 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division?
Contract #: CONV6187

No No
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a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Not Applicable b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? N/A d. Last bid date: Anticipated re-bid date: 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: Currently under revenue contract with DoIT 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office as a: Nevada Corporation 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval

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Signature Date 05/10/2011 10:32:07 AM 05/18/2011 08:06:29 AM 05/18/2011 08:06:34 AM 05/18/2011 14:56:24 PM 05/19/2011 08:36:51 AM 05/19/2011 08:36:55 AM 05/19/2011 08:36:59 AM

Contract #: CONV6187

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BOE Date:

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
(This form must accompany all contracts submitted to the Board of Examiners (BOE) for review and approval)

I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 11960 Legal Entity New Cingular Wireless PCS, LLC Name: Contractor Name: New Cingular Wireless PCS, LLC Address: 12555 Cingular Way, Suite 1300 City/State/Zip Alpharetta , GA 30004

Agency Name: NETWORK TRANSPORT SERVICES Agency Code: 187 Appropriation Unit: 1388-00 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: Mac McDonald 877-231-5447 Vendor No.: NV Business ID: NV19991079179 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2012-2013 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % Fees 0.00 % Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % X Other funding 100.00 % Revenue 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 07/01/2011

06/30/2013 2 years Revenue Contract Cherry Creek lease

5. Purpose of contract: This is a new revenue contract to provide rack space for New Cingular at Cherry Creek in White Pine County. 6. NEW CONTRACT The maximum amount of the contract for the term of the contract is: $37,753.80 Other basis for payment: FY12, 10 racks @ $1,791.45 = $17,914.50; FY13, 10 racks @ $1,983.93 = $19,839.30

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? Revenue Contract 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: Revenue Contract 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? No Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing No Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Not Applicable b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? Revenue Contract d. Last bid date: Anticipated re-bid date:
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10. Does the contract contain any IT components?

No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? No If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: Not Applicable 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office as a: Foreign Corporation 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval BOE Final Approval

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Signature Date 04/18/2011 11:00:24 AM 04/19/2011 15:30:16 PM 04/19/2011 15:30:20 PM 04/20/2011 09:19:45 AM 05/02/2011 13:00:55 PM 05/02/2011 13:01:00 PM 05/02/2011 13:01:04 PM

Contract #: 11960

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BOE Date:

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
(This form must accompany all contracts submitted to the Board of Examiners (BOE) for review and approval)

I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 11955 Legal Entity New Cingular Wireless PCS, LLC Name: Contractor Name: New Cingular Wireless PCS, LLC Address: 12555 Cingular Way, Suite 1300 City/State/Zip Alpharetta, GA 30004

Agency Name: NETWORK TRANSPORT SERVICES Agency Code: 187 Appropriation Unit: 1388-00 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: Mac McDonald (877) 231-54 Vendor No.: NV Business ID: NV19991079179 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2012-2013 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % Fees 0.00 % Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % X Other funding 100.00 % Revenue 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 05/2011 07/01/2011

06/30/2013 2 years Revenue Contract Penn Hill lease

5. Purpose of contract: This is a new revenue contract to provide rack space for New Cingular at Penn Hill in Elko County. 6. NEW CONTRACT The maximum amount of the contract for the term of the contract is: $22,652.28 Other basis for payment: 6 racks @ $1,791.45 per year = $10,748.70 FY12; 6 racks @ $1,983.93 per year = $11,903.58

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? This is a revenue contract 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: This is a revenue contract 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? No Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing No Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Not Applicable b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? Revenue contract d. Last bid date: Anticipated re-bid date:
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10. Does the contract contain any IT components?

No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? No If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: Not Applicable 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office as a: Foreign Corporation 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval BOE Final Approval

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Signature Date 04/14/2011 14:35:13 PM 04/18/2011 11:21:22 AM 04/18/2011 11:21:33 AM 04/18/2011 14:10:31 PM 05/02/2011 13:02:47 PM 05/02/2011 13:02:50 PM 05/02/2011 13:02:55 PM

Contract #: 11955

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BOE Date:

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
(This form must accompany all contracts submitted to the Board of Examiners (BOE) for review and approval)

I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 12201 Legal Entity TELMAR NETWORK TECHNOLOGY Name: Contractor Name: TELMAR NETWORK TECHNOLOGY Address: 15776 LAGUNA CANYON RD City/State/Zip IRVINE, CA 92618

Agency Name: NETWORK TRANSPORT SERVICES Agency Code: 187 Appropriation Unit: 1388-04 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: null410/472-0880 Vendor No.: PUR0000573 NV Business ID: NV20091047833 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2011-2013 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % X Fees 100.00 % User Fees Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % Other funding 0.00 % Agency Reference #: 5474 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date or b. other effective date 06/2011 06/01/2011

Retroactive? Yes If "Yes", please explain Due to the expiration date (5/31/2011) of the current contract and the need not to have a lapse in service coverage we request this be retro active back to June 1, 2011. 3. Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: 06/30/2013 2 years and 30 days Contract Microwave Maintenanc

5. Purpose of contract: This is a new contract to provide 24/7 online support services, repairs and maintenance for the Microwave's Unit Digital Access Cross-connect System (DACS). The DACS consists of master circuit switches and automatically reroutes radio trafffic to prevent disruption of dispatch services. 6. NEW CONTRACT The maximum amount of the contract for the term of the contract is: $15,600.00 Payment for services will be made at the rate of $7,800.00 per year

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? Maintenance is necessary to maintain the Digital Access Cross-connect System (DACS) performance. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: The equipment and maintenance is proprietary. Only this company has rights to work on the equipment. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Not Applicable
Contract #: 12201

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b. Soliciation Waiver: Sole Source Contract (As Approved by Chief of Purchasing) Approval #: 110306 Approval Date: 03/15/2011 c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? The equipment and maintenance is proprietary and only this company can work on this equipment. d. Last bid date: 03/02/2011 Anticipated re-bid date: 02/01/2013 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: Currently under contract with DoIT through May 31, 2011. Service has been satisfactory. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office as a: Foreign Corporation 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval BOE Final Approval

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Signature Date 05/05/2011 12:28:46 PM 05/11/2011 08:50:44 AM 05/11/2011 08:50:47 AM 05/11/2011 12:06:57 PM 05/23/2011 08:05:15 AM 05/23/2011 08:05:23 AM 05/23/2011 08:06:37 AM

Contract #: 12201

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BRIAN SANDOVAL Governor

STATE OF NEVADA

DAVID GUSTAFSON Director/CIO

DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY


400 W. King Street, Suite 300 Carson City, Nevada 89703-4204 (775) 684-5800

May 5, 2011

MEMORANDUM To: From: Janet Murphy Ben Bohm Dept of Information Technology, Communications Contract Manager to request the BOE retroactively approve the attached Contract

Purpose:

The attached Independent Contract has been submitted for the BOEs approval. Due to the expiration date of the current contract (May 30, 2011) and the necessity of having continuous coverage of technical assistance support services this contract provides, we are asking the Board of Examiners to retroactively approve this contract to June 1, 2011. I appreciate your time and assistance. Should you have questions please call me at (775) 684-5859 or email to bnbohm@doit.nv.gov.

Sincerely, Ben Bohm Attachments

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
(This form must accompany all contracts submitted to the Board of Examiners (BOE) for review and approval)

I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 12170 Legal Entity U.S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Name: FOREST SERVICE Contractor Name: U.S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE FOREST SERVICE Address: PETTY CASH ACCT % SANDY FOLEY 405 S 21ST ST City/State/Zip SPARKS, NV 89431-5557

Agency Name:

NETWORK TRANSPORT SERVICES

Agency Code: 187 Appropriation Unit: 1388-00 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: Ann Allan 801-625-5832 Vendor No.: D55000050 NV Business ID: N/A To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2012-2013 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % Fees 0.00 % Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % X Other funding 100.00 % Revenue Agency Reference #: 5471 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 07/01/2011

06/30/2013 2 years Revenue Contract USFS Rack Rental

5. Purpose of contract: This is a new revenue contract to provide rack space and microwave channels at various mountaintop sites througout the State. The contract allows for nine 2-year renewals up to June 30, 2031. 6. NEW CONTRACT The maximum amount of the contract for the term of the contract is: $59,533.96 Other basis for payment: Rack rent FY12 $1,791.45 x 6 = $10,748.70; FY13 $1,983.93 x 6 = $11,903.58; Micorwave rent FY12 $2,288.48 x 8 = $18,307.84; FY13 $2,321.73 x 8 = $18,573.84

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? Revenue Contract 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: Revenue Contract 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Not Applicable b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable
Contract #: 12170

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c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? N/A d. Last bid date: Anticipated re-bid date: 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: We have had ongoing revenue contracts with the USFS for many years. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is not registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office because the legal entity is a: Governmental Entity 15. Not Applicable 16. Not Applicable 17. Not Applicable 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval BOE Final Approval

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I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 11748 Amendment Number: Legal Entity Name: Contractor Name: Address: City/State/Zip 1 CONVERSE PROFESSIONAL GROUP CONVERSE PROFESSIONAL GROUP CONVERSE CONSULTANTS 731 PILOT RD STE H LAS VEGAS, NV 89119

Agency Name: PUBLIC WORKS BOARD Agency Code: 190 Appropriation Unit: 1515-09 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: null702/269-8336 Vendor No.: T27000573 NV Business ID: NV19971267942 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2011-2013 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % Fees 0.00 % Federal Funds 0.00 % X Bonds 93.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % X Other funding 7.00 % UNIVERSITY SYSTEM RECEIPTS Agency Reference #: 5817 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Previously Approved Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 11/16/2010

06/30/2013 2 years and 226 days Contract Prof Serv Agr

5. Purpose of contract: This is the first amendment to the original contract, which provides professional architectural/engineering services for the College of Southern Nevada Cheyenne Campus Laboratory Renovation Asbestos Monitoring: SPWB Project No. 09-C23L, SPWB Contract No. 5817. This amendment increases the maximum amount from $8,900 to $11,900 to provide for additional monitoring activities due to the phased approach of the project to keep facility operational and not impact the students. 6. CONTRACT AMENDMENT 1. The maximum amount of the original contract: 2. Total amount of any previous contract amendments: 3. Amount of current contract amendment: 4. New maximum contract amount: $8,900.00 $0.00 $3,000.00 $11,900.00

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? 2009 CIP 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: Professional Services are provided by SPWB to support the State Capital Improvement Program. Consultants are selected based on their ability to provide design and engineering services to meet the goals established by the Legislature.
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9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? No Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing No Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Not Applicable b. Soliciation Waiver: Professional Service (As defined in NAC 333.150) c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? Demonstrated the required expertise for work on this project. d. Last bid date: Anticipated re-bid date: 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: SPWB, currently and/or in the past for various amounts with satisfactory results. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is not registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office because the legal entity is a: Other Foreign Corporation 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval

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I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 10068 Amendment Number: Legal Entity Name: Contractor Name: Address: City/State/Zip 3 SHEEHAN VAN WOERT BIGOTTI SHEEHAN VAN WOERT BIGOTTI ARCHITECTS 300 S WELLS AVE STE 1 RENO, NV 89502

Agency Name: PUBLIC WORKS BOARD Agency Code: 190 Appropriation Unit: 1516-10 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: null775/328-1010 Vendor No.: T60080600 NV Business ID: NV1978 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2010-2013 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % Fees 0.00 % Federal Funds 0.00 % X Bonds 71.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % X Other funding 29.00 % 26% Transfer from University funds; 3% Trans from prev. CIP Agency Reference #: 4969 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Previously Approved Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 12/08/2009

06/30/2013 3 years and 204 days Contract Professional Service

5. Purpose of contract: This is the third amendment to the original contract, which provides professional architectural/engineering services for the Medical Education Lab Building, UNR Campus, Reno Nevada. This amendment increases the maximum amount from $1,142,000 to $1,144,800 to provide for additional design and administrative services associated with adding video conference capabilities for two conference rooms that were not included in the original scope of work or any of the previously approved amended scopes of work for this project. 6. CONTRACT AMENDMENT 1. The maximum amount of the original contract: 2. Total amount of any previous contract amendments: 3. Amount of current contract amendment: 4. New maximum contract amount: $1,111,500.00 $30,500.00 $2,800.00 $1,144,800.00

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? 2009 CIP 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work:

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Professional architecture/engineering services are provided by SPWB to support the State Capital Improvement Program. Consultants are selected based on their ability to provide design and engineering services to meet the goals established by the Legislature. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? No Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing No Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Not Applicable b. Soliciation Waiver: Professional Service (As defined in NAC 333.150) c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? Demonstrated the required expertise for work on this project. d. Last bid date: Anticipated re-bid date: 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: SPWB, Currently & in the past for various amounts with satisfactory results. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office as a: Nevada Corporation 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? No b. If "No", is an exemption on file with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval
Contract #: 10068

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
(This form must accompany all contracts submitted to the Board of Examiners (BOE) for review and approval)

I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 10076 Amendment Number: Legal Entity Name: Contractor Name: Address: City/State/Zip 6 HERSHENOW & KLIPPENSTEIN HERSHENOW & KLIPPENSTEIN ARCHITECTS INC 5485 RENO CORPORATE DR STE 100 RENO, NV 89511-2262

Agency Name: PUBLIC WORKS BOARD Agency Code: 190 Appropriation Unit: 1566-19 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: null775/332-6640 Vendor No.: T80984709 NV Business ID: NV1994104770 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2010-2013 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % Fees 0.00 % X Federal Funds 67.00 % X Bonds 33.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % Other funding 0.00 % Agency Reference #: 4876 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Previously Approved Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 12/08/2009

06/30/2013 3 years and 204 days Contract Professional Service

5. Purpose of contract: This is the sixth amendment to the original contract, which provides professional architectural/engineering services for the New Readiness Center, Clark County Armory, Las Vegas, NV; SPWB Project No. 09-C14; SPWB Contract No. 4876. This amendment increases the maximum amount from $2,591,183 to $2,614,083 to cover the cost for an aerial topographic survey requested by Nevada Energy to provide power to the project. 6. CONTRACT AMENDMENT 1. The maximum amount of the original contract: 2. Total amount of any previous contract amendments: 3. Amount of current contract amendment: 4. New maximum contract amount: $2,508,665.00 $82,518.00 $22,900.00 $2,614,083.00

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? 2009 CIP 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: Professional architecture/engineering services are provided by SPWB to support the State Capital Improvement Program. Consultants are selected based on their ability to provide design and engineering services to meet the goals established by the Legislature.
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9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? No Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing No Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Not Applicable b. Soliciation Waiver: Professional Service (As defined in NAC 333.150) c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? Demonstrated the required expertise for work on this project. Currently under contract for this work. d. Last bid date: Anticipated re-bid date: 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: SPWB, currently and/or in the past for various amounts with satisfactory results 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office as a: Nevada Corporation 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval

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Signature Date 05/11/2011 16:13:22 PM 05/11/2011 16:13:25 PM 05/11/2011 16:13:30 PM 05/11/2011 16:14:17 PM 05/18/2011 19:01:15 PM 05/19/2011 16:28:32 PM 05/19/2011 16:28:37 PM

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
(This form must accompany all contracts submitted to the Board of Examiners (BOE) for review and approval)

I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: CONV4910 Amendment Number: Legal Entity Name: Contractor Name: Address: City/State/Zip 3 JVC Architects JVC Architects 5385 S Cameron #15 Las Vegas, NV 89118

Agency Name: PUBLIC WORKS BOARD Agency Code: 190 Appropriation Unit: 1567-13 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: null7028713416 Vendor No.: T27007825 NV Business ID: NV19931066659 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2008-2011 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % Fees 0.00 % X Federal Funds 87.00 % X Bonds 13.00 % General Obligation Bonds Highway Funds 0.00 % Other funding 0.00 % Agency Reference #: 2559 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Previously Approved Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 11/13/2007

06/30/2011 3 years and 229 days Contract Architectural Professional Design Services

5. Purpose of contract: This is the third amendment to the original contract, which provides professional architectural/engineering services for the Veterans Cemetery Expansion Planning, Boulder City, NV; SPWB Project No. 07-P05 and 09-C18; Contract No. 2559. This amendment increases the maximum amount from $371,508 to $445,987 to fund the construction administration bid phase. 6. CONTRACT AMENDMENT 1. The maximum amount of the original contract: 2. Total amount of any previous contract amendments: 3. Amount of current contract amendment: 4. New maximum contract amount: $262,760.00 $108,748.00 $74,479.00 $445,987.00

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? 2007 and 2009 CIP 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: Professional Services are provided by SPWB to support the State Capital Improvement Program. Consultants are selected based on their ability to provide design and engineering services to meet the goals established by the Legislature. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited?
Contract #: CONV4910

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Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing No Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Not Applicable b. Soliciation Waiver: Professional Service (As defined in NAC 333.150) c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? Demonstrated the required expertise for work on this project. Currently under contract for this work. d. Last bid date: Anticipated re-bid date: 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? No If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: Not Applicable 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office as a: Nevada Corporation 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval

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Signature Date 05/18/2011 11:03:58 AM 05/18/2011 11:04:02 AM 05/18/2011 11:04:06 AM 05/18/2011 11:58:39 AM 05/20/2011 14:11:43 PM 05/23/2011 10:33:48 AM 05/23/2011 10:33:52 AM

Contract #: CONV4910

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I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 12156 Legal Entity Johnson Controls. Inc. Name: Contractor Name: Johnson Controls. Inc. Address: 3645 West Oquendo Road, Suite 100 City/State/Zip Las Vegas, NV 89118

Agency Name: OFFICE OF VETERAN'S SERVICES Agency Code: 240 Appropriation Unit: 2561-07 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: Dennis Downing 702-873-2200 Vendor No.: T10346500D NV Business ID: NV19571000769 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2012-2013 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % Fees 0.00 % Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % X Other funding 100.00 % 50% from 3574: 50% from 3802 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 07/01/2011

06/30/2013 2 years Contract HVAC Maintenance

5. Purpose of contract: This is a new contract to provide maintenance service on air conditioning equipment and vacuum systems for the Nevada State Veterans Home (NSVH). 6. NEW CONTRACT The maximum amount of the contract for the term of the contract is: $24,999.00 Payment for services will be made at the rate of $2,635.00 per quarter Other basis for payment: 2nd year at $11,185.00

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? Maintain proper working order of air conditioning equipment and vacuum system. Provide HVAC preventative maintenance. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: Requires special skills and tools. No State agencies or employees provide this service. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other?
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Yes No

Best price; knowledge of installed equipment. d. Last bid date: 03/31/2011 Anticipated re-bid date: 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

03/31/2013

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? No If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: Not Applicable 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office as a: Foreign Corporation 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval BOE Final Approval

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Signature Date 05/03/2011 09:34:03 AM 05/03/2011 09:34:07 AM 05/03/2011 09:34:10 AM 05/06/2011 14:16:05 PM 05/10/2011 16:06:58 PM 05/13/2011 15:10:04 PM 05/13/2011 15:10:07 PM

Contract #: 12156

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
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I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 12125 Legal Entity Sunset Fire Protection, LLC Name: Contractor Name: Sunset Fire Protection, LLC Address: 4550 Donovan Way, Suite 102 City/State/Zip North Las Vegas, NV 89081

Agency Name: OFFICE OF VETERAN'S SERVICES Agency Code: 240 Appropriation Unit: 2561-04 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: Lonnie Brennan 702-289-4302 Vendor No.: T290000339 NV Business ID: NV20091112835 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2012-2013 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % Fees 0.00 % Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % X Other funding 100.00 % 50% from 3475: 50% from 3802 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 07/01/2011

06/30/2013 2 years Contract Fire Safety Systems

5. Purpose of contract: This is a new contract to provide fire alarm, security, nurse call, and other Life Safety maintenance services to the Nevada State Veterans Home. 6. NEW CONTRACT The maximum amount of the contract for the term of the contract is: $18,370.00 Other basis for payment: Payment for specific service varies as per contract.

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? National Fire Codes (NFPA 10 and NFPA 25) 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: No State employees are available to provide this service. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? Best price; vendor has experience with the Home.
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d. Last bid date:

03/18/2011

Anticipated re-bid date: No

03/31/2013

10. Does the contract contain any IT components?

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: Contractor has provided maintenance services to NSVH for the past 8 years. Service has been satisfactory. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office as a: LLC 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval BOE Final Approval

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Signature Date 05/03/2011 09:28:29 AM 05/03/2011 09:28:33 AM 05/03/2011 09:28:39 AM 05/06/2011 14:15:30 PM 05/10/2011 16:41:44 PM 05/12/2011 15:00:43 PM 05/12/2011 15:00:48 PM

Contract #: 12125

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
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I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 12157 Legal Entity Name: Contractor Name: Address: City/State/Zip The Terminix International Company Limited Partnership Terminix Commercial 3147 W. Post Road Las Vegas, NV 89118

Agency Name: OFFICE OF VETERAN'S SERVICES Agency Code: 240 Appropriation Unit: 2561-04 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: Stave Vach 702-837-6520 Vendor No.: T80941074 NV Business ID: NV19911004735 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2012-2015 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % Fees 0.00 % Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % X Other funding 100.00 % 50% from 3574: 50% 3802. 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 07/01/2011

06/30/2015 4 years Contract Pest Control

5. Purpose of contract: This is a new contract for pest controls services for the Nevada State Veterans Home (NSVH). 6. NEW CONTRACT The maximum amount of the contract for the term of the contract is: $24,999.00 Payment for services will be made at the rate of $350.00 per Month Other basis for payment: Special fly control at extra cost.

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? VA Standard 51.200(4.3)(h)(4); CFR 483.70(h)(1) - To maintain an effective pest control program so that the facility is free of pests and rodents. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: Pest control must be performed by a licensed pest control company/agency. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other?
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Best price; familiar with the facility. d. Last bid date: 03/31/2011

Anticipated re-bid date: No

03/31/2015

10. Does the contract contain any IT components?

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: Contractor has provide pest control service to NSVH for several years. Service has been satisfactory. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office as a: Foreign Corporation 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? No b. If "No", please explain: Company is a DBA. 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval BOE Final Approval

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
(This form must accompany all contracts submitted to the Board of Examiners (BOE) for review and approval)

I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 12084 Legal Entity Corporate Computer, Inc. Name: Contractor Name: Corporate Computer, Inc. Address: 1950 Waldorf St NW, Suite B City/State/Zip Grand Rapids, MI 49544

Agency Name: DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Agency Code: 300 Appropriation Unit: 2706-26 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: S. McKean 616-942-8865 Vendor No.: T29027428 NV Business ID: NV20111203068 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2012-2014 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % X Fees 100.00 % Fees for state support paid by Charter Schools Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % Other funding 0.00 % Agency Reference #: OCS001 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 05/2011 07/01/2011

06/30/2014 3 years Contract Information Tracking

5. Purpose of contract: This is a new contract that provides Charter School information tracking software for the unique Charter School Authorizer (an authorizer must grant a charter to an entity to operate as a charter school) environment to organize and manage information related to the collection and reporting of Charter School compliance with state standards. 6. NEW CONTRACT The maximum amount of the contract for the term of the contract is: $121,680.00 Payment for services will be made at the rate of $43,710.00 per first year Other basis for payment: Thereafter $9,746.25 per quarter not to exceed $121,680.00 total contract

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? This software is developed for the unique environment of a Charter Schoool Authorizer 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: Single source for charter school authorizer information tracking compliancy system 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Not Applicable
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b. Soliciation Waiver: Sole Source Contract (As Approved by Chief of Purchasing) Approval #: 110309 Approval Date: 03/24/2011 c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? Sole source d. Last bid date: Anticipated re-bid date: 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? Yes

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? No If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: Not Applicable 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office as a: Foreign Corporation 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval DoIT Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval BOE Final Approval

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
(This form must accompany all contracts submitted to the Board of Examiners (BOE) for review and approval)

I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: CONV5209 Amendment Number: Legal Entity Name: Contractor Name: Address: City/State/Zip 1 CTB/McGraw Hill LLC CTB/McGraw Hill LLC 20 Ryan Ranch Road Monterey, CA 93904

Agency Name: DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Agency Code: 300 Appropriation Unit: 2713-45 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: Alan Sheinker 5058340248 Vendor No.: T32000769 NV Business ID: NV20021031178 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2009-2012 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % Fees 0.00 % X Federal Funds 100.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % Other funding 0.00 % 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Previously Approved Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 07/01/2008

06/30/2011 4 years Contract Consulting Services

5. Purpose of contract: This is the first amendment to the original contract, which provides test administration training for school district test trainers and testers, research for assessment alignment, and linkage to state standards and state academic assessments as related to the Nevada State English Language Proficiency assessment. This amendment extends the termination date from June 30, 2011 to June 30, 2012 and increases the maximum amount from $143,000 to $169,255 to continue to provide services to the Nevada Department of Education and the school districts for the English Language Proficiency Assessment due to the extension of the contract term. 6. CONTRACT AMENDMENT 1. The maximum amount of the original contract: 2. Total amount of any previous contract amendments: 3. Amount of current contract amendment: 4. New maximum contract amount: and/or the termination date of the original contract has changed to: $143,000.00 $0.00 $26,255.00 $169,255.00 06/30/2012

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? The No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 Title III (20 U.S.C.6801 et seq) as anacted by the U.S. Congress and the Nevada Administrative Code 388.600 to 388.655 required annual English Language Proficiency Assessment of all Limited English Proficient students. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work:
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The Nevada Department of Education has one employee to oversee the administration of the English Language Proficiency Assessment of approximately 75,000 Limited English Proficient students and reporting to the U. S. Department of Education nor does Nevada Department of Education have the staff, resource or expertise to do this work. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? No Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing No Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Not Applicable b. Soliciation Waiver: Sole Source Contract (As Approved by Chief of Purchasing) Approval #: 071216 A Approval Date: 04/21/2011 c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? CTB/McGraw-Hill was compared to two other vendors and is the least cost contractor to provide tests materials and services to the Nevada Department of Education and to the school districts for the English Language Proficiency Assessment. d. Last bid date: Anticipated re-bid date: 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: The Nevada Department of Education through the Office of Assessments, Program Accountability, and Curriculum had contracts with CTB/McGraw-Hill to provide Norm-Referenced Tests for FY97 - FY02, and FY09; and the service was satisfactory. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office as a: LLC 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval
Contract #: CONV5209

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
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I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 11933 Legal Entity THE SHERIDAN PRESS, INC. Name: Contractor Name: THE SHERIDAN PRESS, INC. Address: 450 FAME AVE City/State/Zip HANOVER, PA 17331

Agency Name: MUSEUMS AND HISTORY DIVISION Agency Code: 331 Appropriation Unit: 5035-37 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: Joyce Coulter 717/632-3535 Vendor No.: T81074833 NV Business ID: NV20111349299 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2011-2015 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % Fees 0.00 % Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % X Other funding 100.00 % Private Trust Funds NRS 381 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 06/14/2011

04/12/2015 3 years and 303 days Contract SHERIDAN PRESS

5. Purpose of contract: This is a new contract to provide for development and publishing of 17 issues (and 1,175 copies) of the Nevada Historical Society Quarterly over a four year period. The Nevada Historical Society Quarterly solicits contributions of scholarly or popular interest dealing with the following subjects: the general (e.g., the political, social, economic, constitutional) or the natural history of Nevada and the Great Basin; the literature, languages, anthropology, and archaeology of this area; reprints of historic documents; and reviews and essays concerning the historical literature of Nevada, the Great Basin, and the West. 6. NEW CONTRACT The maximum amount of the contract for the term of the contract is: $35,692.00 Other basis for payment: Payment upon submission of invoice in accordance with cost schedule in Attachment CC.

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? This work is required in order to publish 17 issues of the Nevada Historical Society's NHS Quarterly Report. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: State employees are unable to perform this work as it requires the expertise of a publishing company that specializes in producing this kind of publication. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals:
Contract #: 11933

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b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? This vendor was chosen because they are capable of producing the publication in the quantity and quality desired at the lowest cost to the state. d. Last bid date: 09/10/2010 Anticipated re-bid date: 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? No If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: Not Applicable 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office as a: Foreign Corporation 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval BOE Final Approval

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Signature Date 03/31/2011 14:05:24 PM 03/31/2011 14:05:28 PM 03/31/2011 14:05:32 PM 05/24/2011 15:56:09 PM 05/24/2011 16:03:50 PM 05/24/2011 16:16:07 PM 05/24/2011 16:16:12 PM

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
(This form must accompany all contracts submitted to the Board of Examiners (BOE) for review and approval)

I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: CONV6826 Amendment Number: Legal Entity Name: Contractor Name: Address: City/State/Zip 1 Kunder Design Studio Kunder Design Studio 3324 Buckcreek Ct Reno, NV 89519

Agency Name: NEVADA ARTS COUNCIL Agency Code: 333 Appropriation Unit: 2979 - All Categories Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: Lori Kunder 7758239722 Vendor No.: T27022233 NV Business ID: NV20101373283 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2010-2013 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. X General Funds 25.00 % Fees 0.00 % X Federal Funds 75.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % Other funding 0.00 % Agency Reference #: 33-10-01 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Previously Approved Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 10/13/2009

06/30/2011 3 years and 261 days Contract Professional Services

5. Purpose of contract: This is the first amendment to the original contract, which provides design publications for the Nevada Arts Council, including final materials required for printing to accommodate deadlines; PDFs for posting to Nevada Arts Council web-site and obtaining printing bids for each publication. This amendment extends the termination date from June 30, 2011 to June 30, 2013 and increases the maximum amount from $30,000 to $60,000 due to the extended contract term. It also changes the funding stream from 75% General Fund and 25% Federal Funds to 25% General Funds and 75% Federal Funds. 6. CONTRACT AMENDMENT 1. The maximum amount of the original contract: 2. Total amount of any previous contract amendments: 3. Amount of current contract amendment: 4. New maximum contract amount: and/or the termination date of the original contract has changed to: $30,000.00 $0.00 $30,000.00 $60,000.00 06/30/2013

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done?

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The Nevada Arts Council uses both electronic and printed materials to provide information to its client base and the general public. Though we continue to utilize the website, agency evaluations note that the majority of our clients and public still rely on printed materials. Program guidelines provide clients clearer information necessary to access services and grants. The Annual Report is a compilation of services and grants provided by the Arts Council and the Strategic Plan outlines the agency's goals and programs with citizen input. Both are used as reporting documents for the National Endowment for the Arts and other funding sources, and informational materials for the public and agency clients about state-funded arts activities. The quarterly newsletter, Nevada Arts News, provides existing and new clients with information about agency programs, services, and deadlines, as well as events and opportunities on both regional and national levels. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: State agendies do not offer expertise in graphic and publication design or access to computer graphic output equipment. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Yes No

b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? This contracter was chosen, only contractor to apply, bid was in the budgeted range and Kunder Design is able to provide and complete the projects within the timeline. d. Last bid date: 09/08/2009 Anticipated re-bid date: 04/15/2013 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? No If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: Not Applicable 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is not registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office because the legal entity is a: Sole Proprietor 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. Not Applicable 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval
Contract #: CONV6826

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
(This form must accompany all contracts submitted to the Board of Examiners (BOE) for review and approval)

I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 10219 Amendment Number: Legal Entity Name: Contractor Name: Address: City/State/Zip Contact/Phone: 1 Bureau of Land Management Bureau of Land Management Post Office Box 12000 Reno, NV 89520-0006 Tom Burke 775-861-6415

Agency Name: HISTORIC PRESERVATION Agency Code: 334 Appropriation Unit: 4205-00 Is budget authority No available?: If "No" please explain: Work Program C20156 will be submitted for the June 2011 IFC to accept additional funding from the Bureau of Land Management.

Vendor No.: NV Business ID: Governmental Entity To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2010-2014 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % Fees 0.00 % X Federal Funds 100.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % Other funding 0.00 % 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Previously Approved Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 01/12/2010

12/31/2013 3 years and 354 days Interlocal Agreement Expedited Review

5. Purpose of contract: This is the first amendment to the original interlocal agreement, which provides for Historic Preservation to perform expedited review of federal undertakings in the State of Nevada. This amendment increases the maximum amount from $155,162 to $185,162 to provide for increased contract services enabling expedited review. 6. CONTRACT AMENDMENT 1. The maximum amount of the original contract: 2. Total amount of any previous contract amendments: 3. Amount of current contract amendment: 4. New maximum contract amount: $155,162.00 $0.00 $30,000.00 $185,162.00

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? The Bureau of Land Management is requesting expedited review of certain geothermal, wind, and solar energy projects which the Nevada State Historic Preservation Office cannot guarantee due to present workloads. Under federal regulations, the State Historic Preservation Office is provided 35 days to comment on a project. Because there will be multiple submissions on many of these projects, the Bureau of Land Management cannot afford to wait 35 days for review by the State Historic Preservation Office without missing deadlines. The State Historic Preservation Office will need to hire a temporary assistant archaeologist for primary review of Bureau of Land Management undertakings so that the experienced staff archaeologist at the State Historic Preservation Office can be responsive to expedited requests for review.
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8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: The State Historic Preservation Office does not have the manpower to perform expedited reviews of projects and manage their day-to-day activities. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? No Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing No Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Not Applicable b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? The Bureau of Land Management must work with the State Historic Preservation Office for all federal undertakings. d. Last bid date: Anticipated re-bid date: 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: The Bureau of Land Management has given grant funds to the State Historic Preservation Office, but has not engaged in an interlocal contract relationship until now. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is not registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office because the legal entity is a: Governmental Entity 15. Not Applicable 16. Not Applicable 17. Not Applicable 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
(This form must accompany all contracts submitted to the Board of Examiners (BOE) for review and approval)

I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 11889 Amendment 1 Number: Legal Entity H + K Architects Name: Contractor Name: H + K Architects Address: City/State/Zip ARCHITECTS INC 5485 RENO CORPORATE DR STE 100 RENO, NV 89511-2262

Agency Name:

HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES DIRECTOR'S OFFICE Agency Code: 400 Appropriation Unit: 2600-10 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: null775/332-6640 Vendor No.: T80984709 NV Business ID: NV19941047730 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2011-2013 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % Fees 0.00 % Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % X Other funding 100.00 % Transfer from State Historic Preservation Office Agency Reference #: 5932 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Previously Approved Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 05/2011 03/08/2011

06/30/2013 2 years and 114 days Contract Prof Serv Agr

5. Purpose of contract: This is an amendment to the original contract, which provides professional architectural/engineering services for the Stewart Facility Building #1; SPWB Project No. 11-A003, SPWB Contract No. 5932. This amendment increases the maximum amount of the original agreement from $39,100.00 to $51,300.00 to provide construction documents, bid phase and contract administration for building envelope including window restoration and a structural evaluation to determine the extent of structural repairs and stabilization. 6. CONTRACT AMENDMENT 1. The maximum amount of the original contract: 2. Total amount of any previous contract amendments: 3. Amount of current contract amendment: 4. New maximum contract amount: $39,100.00 $0.00 $12,200.00 $51,300.00

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? Agency requested - Agency project 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work:

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Professional architectural/engineering services are provided by SPWB to support the State Capital Improvement Program. Consultants are selected based on their ability to provide design and engineering services to meet the goals established by the Legislature. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? No Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing No Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Not Applicable b. Soliciation Waiver: Professional Service (As defined in NAC 333.150) c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? Demonstrated the required expertise for work on this project. d. Last bid date: Anticipated re-bid date: 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: SPWB, currently and/or in the past for various amounts with satisfactory results. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office as a: Nevada Corporation 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval
Contract #: 11889

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Signature Date 04/20/2011 15:58:46 PM 04/20/2011 15:58:50 PM 05/17/2011 14:22:40 PM 05/17/2011 14:26:14 PM 05/31/2011 15:16:50 PM 06/02/2011 10:14:19 AM
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BOE Date:

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
(This form must accompany all contracts submitted to the Board of Examiners (BOE) for review and approval)

I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 12130 Legal Entity Clark County Name: Contractor Name: Clark County Address: City/State/Zip 500 S. Grand Central Parkway Las Vegas, NV 89155

Agency Name:

HEALTH CARE FINANCING & POLICY Agency Code: 403 Appropriation Unit: 3157-00 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: null702-455-3530 Vendor No.: NV Business ID: Government Entity To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2012-2016 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % Fees 0.00 % Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % X Other funding 100.00 % Intergovernmental Transfer (IGT) 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 07/01/2011

06/30/2016 5 years and 1 day Revenue Contract DSH

5. Purpose of contract: This is a new interlocal agreement to receive Inter-local Governmental Transfer (IGT) funds from Clark County to support and fund the state's share of the supplemental Disproportionate Share Hospital (DSH) program for hospitals that serve a disproportionate share of uninsured, indigent and Medicaid patients pursuant to NRS 422.382. 6. NEW CONTRACT The maximum amount of the contract for the term of the contract is: $330,000,000.00 Payment for services will be made at the rate of $66,000,000.00 per fiscal year Other basis for payment: The IGT amount was determined based on historical amounts for FFY 10 and FFY 11 annualized using a 4% inflation factor to project through FFY 16. The amount was then rounded up to $66,000,000.00 per year.

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? The Medicaid State Plan allows for payment of supplemental payments to hospitals that serve a disproportionate share of uninsured, indigent and Medicaid patients. This agreement provides for receipt of the non-federal share of funds in order to secure federal funding. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: State employees are performing this work. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division?
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a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Not Applicable b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? d. Last bid date: Anticipated re-bid date: No

10. Does the contract contain any IT components?

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: Existing contract with satisfactory performance. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is not registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office because the legal entity is a: Governmental Entity 15. Not Applicable 16. Not Applicable 17. Not Applicable 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval BOE Final Approval

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Signature Date 04/28/2011 15:40:31 PM 04/28/2011 15:40:35 PM 05/11/2011 13:27:15 PM 05/11/2011 15:15:54 PM 05/24/2011 18:31:07 PM 05/24/2011 18:31:12 PM 05/24/2011 18:31:17 PM

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BOE Date:

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
(This form must accompany all contracts submitted to the Board of Examiners (BOE) for review and approval)

I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 12129 Legal Entity Humboldt County Hospital District Name: Contractor Name: Humboldt County Hospital District Address: City/State/Zip 118 East Haskell Street Winnemucca, NV 89445

Agency Name:

HEALTH CARE FINANCING & POLICY Agency Code: 403 Appropriation Unit: 3157-00 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: null775-623-5222 Vendor No.: NV Business ID: Government Entity To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2012-2016 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % Fees 0.00 % Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % X Other funding 100.00 % Intergovernmental Transfer (IGT) 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 07/01/2011

06/30/2016 5 years and 1 day Revenue Contract UPL Supplemental

5. Purpose of contract: This is a new interlocal agreement to receive Inter-local Governmental Transfer (IGT) funds from Humboldt County Hospital District to support and fund the state's share of the supplemental Upper Payment Limit (UPL) program for non-state, governmentally owned or operated hospitals. The supplemental UPL program pays the difference between Medicaid payments and the Medicare UPL amount. 6. NEW CONTRACT The maximum amount of the contract for the term of the contract is: $600,000.00

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? The Medicaid State Plan allows for payment of supplemental payments to non-state governmentally owned or operated hospitals. This agreement provides for receipt of the non-federal share of funds in order to secure federal funding for this program. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: State employees are doing this work. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Not Applicable
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b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? d. Last bid date: Anticipated re-bid date: No

10. Does the contract contain any IT components?

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: Existing contract with satisfactory performance. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is not registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office because the legal entity is a: Governmental Entity 15. Not Applicable 16. Not Applicable 17. Not Applicable 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval BOE Final Approval

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Signature Date 04/28/2011 15:38:33 PM 04/28/2011 15:38:37 PM 05/10/2011 16:35:47 PM 05/11/2011 15:17:10 PM 05/24/2011 18:34:22 PM 05/24/2011 18:34:26 PM 05/24/2011 18:34:30 PM

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BOE Date:

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
(This form must accompany all contracts submitted to the Board of Examiners (BOE) for review and approval)

I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 12126 Legal Entity Mineral County Hospital District Name: Contractor Name: Mineral County Hospital District Address: City/State/Zip PO Box 1510 Hawthorne, NV 89415

Agency Name:

HEALTH CARE FINANCING & POLICY Agency Code: 403 Appropriation Unit: 3157-00 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: null775-945-2461 Vendor No.: NV Business ID: Government Entity To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2012-2016 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % Fees 0.00 % Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % X Other funding 100.00 % Intergovernmental Transfer (IGT) 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 07/01/2011

06/30/2016 5 years and 1 day Revenue Contract UPL Supplemental

5. Purpose of contract: This is a new interlocal agreement to receive Inter-Governmental Transfer (IGT) funds from Mineral County Hospital District to support and fund the state's share of the supplemental Upper Payment Limit (UPL) program for non-state, governmentally owned or operated hospitals. The supplemental UPL program pays the difference between Medicaid payments and the Medicare UPL amount. 6. NEW CONTRACT The maximum amount of the contract for the term of the contract is: $300,000.00

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? The Medicaid State Plan allows for payment of supplemental payments to non-state governmentally owned or operated hospitals. This agreement provides for receipt of the non-federal share of funds in order to secure federal funding for this program. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: State employees are doing this work. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Not Applicable
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b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? d. Last bid date: Anticipated re-bid date: No

10. Does the contract contain any IT components?

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: Existing contract with satisfactory performance. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is not registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office because the legal entity is a: Governmental Entity 15. Not Applicable 16. Not Applicable 17. Not Applicable 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval BOE Final Approval

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Signature Date 04/28/2011 15:29:57 PM 04/28/2011 15:30:00 PM 05/10/2011 16:23:46 PM 05/11/2011 15:16:47 PM 05/19/2011 15:08:46 PM 05/24/2011 18:32:00 PM 05/24/2011 18:32:04 PM

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BOE Date:

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
(This form must accompany all contracts submitted to the Board of Examiners (BOE) for review and approval)

I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 12192 Legal Entity Pershing County Hospital District Name: Contractor Name: Pershing County Hospital District Address: City/State/Zip PO Box 661 Lovelock, NV 89419

Agency Name:

HEALTH CARE FINANCING & POLICY Agency Code: 403 Appropriation Unit: 3157-00 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: null775-273-2621 Vendor No.: NV Business ID: Government Entity To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2012-2016 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % Fees 0.00 % Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % X Other funding 100.00 % Intergovernmental Transfer (IGT) 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 07/01/2011

06/30/2016 5 years and 1 day Revenue Contract UPL Supplemental

5. Purpose of contract: This is a new interlocal agreement to receive Inter-Governmental Transfer (IGT) funds from Pershing County Hospital District to support and fund the non-federal share of the supplemental Upper Payment limit (UPL) program for non-state governmentally owned or operated hospitals. The supplemental UPL program pays the difference between Medicaid payments and the Medicare UPL limit. 6. NEW CONTRACT The maximum amount of the contract for the term of the contract is: $150,000.00

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? The Medicaid State Plan allows for payment of supplemental payments to non-state governmentally owned or operated hospitals. This agreement provides for receipt of the non-federal share of funds in order to secure federal funding for this program. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: State employees are doing this work. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Not Applicable
Contract #: 12192

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b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? d. Last bid date: Anticipated re-bid date: No

10. Does the contract contain any IT components?

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: Existing contract with DHCFP with satisfactory performance. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is not registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office because the legal entity is a: Governmental Entity 15. Not Applicable 16. Not Applicable 17. Not Applicable 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval BOE Final Approval

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Signature Date 05/05/2011 08:28:26 AM 05/05/2011 08:28:29 AM 05/11/2011 13:34:08 PM 05/11/2011 15:14:28 PM 05/19/2011 15:04:49 PM 05/24/2011 18:27:58 PM 05/24/2011 18:28:03 PM

Contract #: 12192

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BOE Date:

For Board Use Only 06/14/2011

CONTRACT SUMMARY
(This form must accompany all contracts submitted to the Board of Examiners (BOE) for review and approval)

I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: CONV2912 Amendment 3 Number: Legal Entity University of Nevada School of Medicine Name: Contractor Name: University of Nevada School of Medicine Address: Pennington Medical Education B City/State/Zip Reno, NV 89557

Agency Name:

HEALTH CARE FINANCING & POLICY Agency Code: 403 Appropriation Unit: 3157-00 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: null7756843629 Vendor No.: T27000877 NV Business ID: Government Agency To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2007-2016 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % Fees 0.00 % Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % X Other funding 100.00 % Inter-Governmental Transfer 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Previously Approved Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 07/01/2006

06/30/2011 10 years and 2 days Interlocal Agreement Health And Human Services

5. Purpose of contract: This is the third amendment to the original contract that allows DHCFP to receive IGT funds and pay to the University of Nevada School of Medicine supplemental medical payments of the higher costs incurred by practitioners that are associated with the training/teaching program for outpatient services. This amendment extends the contract termination date from June 30, 2011 to June 30, 2016 and increases contract authority from $25,000,000 to $40,000,000. Historical data was evaluated in projecting revenue. In addition, the proposed budget reductions for provider reimbursement, which will increase the gap between Medicare and Medicaid rates, were factored into the projected amount. 6. CONTRACT AMENDMENT 1. The maximum amount of the original contract: 2. Total amount of any previous contract amendments: 3. Amount of current contract amendment: 4. New maximum contract amount: and/or the termination date of the original contract has changed to: $25,000,000.00 $0.00 $15,000,000.00 $40,000,000.00 06/30/2016

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? To supplement higher costs incurred by practitioners that are associated with the training/teaching program for outpatient services. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work:
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DHCFP does not have medical school facilities. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Not Applicable b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? d. Last bid date: No No

Anticipated re-bid date: No

10. Does the contract contain any IT components?

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: Existing contract between DHCFP and UNSOM that is being amended. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is not registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office because the legal entity is a: Governmental Entity 15. Not Applicable 16. Not Applicable 17. Not Applicable 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval

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Signature Date 05/13/2011 08:57:21 AM 05/13/2011 08:57:24 AM 05/13/2011 12:39:07 PM 05/13/2011 12:45:04 PM 05/19/2011 16:01:57 PM 05/24/2011 18:40:56 PM 05/24/2011 18:41:03 PM

Contract #: CONV2912

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BOE Date:

For Board Use Only 06/14/2011

CONTRACT SUMMARY
(This form must accompany all contracts submitted to the Board of Examiners (BOE) for review and approval)

I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 12202 Legal Entity White Pine County Hospital District Name: Contractor Name: White Pine County Hospital District Address: City/State/Zip 1500 Avenue H Ely, NV 89301

Agency Name:

HEALTH CARE FINANCING & POLICY Agency Code: 403 Appropriation Unit: 3157-00 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: null775-289-3001 Vendor No.: NV Business ID: Government Entity To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2012-2016 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % Fees 0.00 % Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % X Other funding 100.00 % Intergovernmental Transfer (IGT) 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 07/01/2011

06/30/2016 5 years and 1 day Revenue Contract UPL Supplemental

5. Purpose of contract: This is a new interlocal agreement to receive Inter-Governmental Transfer (IGT) funds from White Pine County Hospital District to support and fund the non-federal share of the supplemental Upper Payment Limit (UPL) program for non-state governmentally owned and operated hospitals. The supplemental UPL program pays the difference between Medicaid payments and the Medicare amount. 6. NEW CONTRACT The maximum amount of the contract for the term of the contract is: $275,000.00

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? The Medicaid State Plan allows for payment of supplemental payments to non-state, governmentally owned or operated hospitals. This agreement provides for receipt of the non-federal share of funds in order to secure federal funding for this program. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: State employees are doing the work. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Not Applicable
Contract #: 12202

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b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? d. Last bid date: Anticipated re-bid date: No

10. Does the contract contain any IT components?

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: Existing contract with satisfactory performance. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is not registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office because the legal entity is a: Governmental Entity 15. Not Applicable 16. Not Applicable 17. Not Applicable 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval BOE Final Approval

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Signature Date 05/05/2011 08:27:12 AM 05/05/2011 08:27:16 AM 05/11/2011 13:25:28 PM 05/11/2011 15:15:29 PM 05/19/2011 15:07:04 PM 05/24/2011 18:29:02 PM 05/24/2011 18:29:06 PM

Contract #: 12202

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
(This form must accompany all contracts submitted to the Board of Examiners (BOE) for review and approval)

I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 12195 Legal Entity BOR Nevada System of Higher Ed UNLV Name: School of Comm Health Science Contractor Name: BOR Nevada System of Higher Ed UNLV School of Comm Health Science Address: Ctr for Health Info Analysis 4505 S. Maryland Parkway City/State/Zip Las Vegas, NV 89154-5058

Agency Name:

HEALTH CARE FINANCING & POLICY Agency Code: 403 Appropriation Unit: 3158-31 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: Joseph Greenway 702-895-4389 Vendor No.: NV Business ID: Government Entity To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2012-2013 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % Fees 0.00 % X Federal Funds 25.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % X Other funding 75.00 % Cost Containment and United Health Settlement 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 07/01/2011

06/30/2013 2 years Interlocal Agreement Transparency Website

5. Purpose of contract: This is a new interlocal agreement for the UNLV Center for Health Information Analysis to collect and analyze financial, utilization, and medical data from all hospitals that provide services to Nevada Medicaid recipients and to provide reports to DHCFP. The Center will further maintain the website with up-to-date information posted quarterly. 6. NEW CONTRACT The maximum amount of the contract for the term of the contract is: $1,280,000.00 Payment for services will be made at the rate of $640,000.00 per State Fiscal Year

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? State mandate to provide certain information for public and private use pursuant to NRS 439A.270. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: State employees are doing this work. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Not Applicable
Contract #: 12195

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b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? d. Last bid date: Anticipated re-bid date: No

10. Does the contract contain any IT components?

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: Existing contract with DHCFP and satisfactory performance. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is not registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office because the legal entity is a: Governmental Entity 15. Not Applicable 16. Not Applicable 17. Not Applicable 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval BOE Final Approval

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Signature Date 05/05/2011 10:17:53 AM 05/05/2011 10:18:03 AM 05/11/2011 17:02:51 PM 05/12/2011 11:13:28 AM 05/12/2011 17:31:15 PM 05/13/2011 09:33:07 AM 05/13/2011 09:33:11 AM

Contract #: 12195

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
(This form must accompany all contracts submitted to the Board of Examiners (BOE) for review and approval)

I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 11319 Amendment Number: Legal Entity Name: 1

Agency Name:

HEALTH CARE FINANCING & POLICY

Agency Code: 403 Appropriation Unit: 3158-04 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION HEARINGS DIVISION, APPEALS OFFICE Contractor Name: DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION HEARINGS DIVISION, APPEALS OFFICE Address: 2200 S RANCHO DR STE 220 City/State/Zip LAS VEGAS, NV 89102

Contact/Phone: null702/486-2527 Vendor No.: D08000001 NV Business ID: Government Entity To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2011-2012 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. X General Funds 50.00 % Fees 0.00 % X Federal Funds 50.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % Other funding 0.00 % 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Previously Approved Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 07/01/2010

06/30/2011 2 years Interlocal Agreement Adm hearings/appeals

5. Purpose of contract: This is the first amendment to the original contract which provides an appeals process to those who are denied Medicaid benefits. This amendment extends the terminaton date from June 30, 2011 to June 30, 2012 and increases the maximum amount from $9,900 to $20,122.00 due to an increased volume of hearings. Amounts were obtained from the executive budget and were based on projected caseload for FY 12 and FY 13. 6. CONTRACT AMENDMENT 1. The maximum amount of the original contract: 2. Total amount of any previous contract amendments: 3. Amount of current contract amendment: 4. New maximum contract amount: and/or the termination date of the original contract has changed to: $9,900.00 $0.00 $10,222.00 $20,122.00 06/30/2012

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? Federal Mandate 42 CFR 431.200-246 requires an appeals process for those individuals who are denied Medicaid benefits. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: State employees are doing this work.
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9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Not Applicable b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? d. Last bid date:

No No

Anticipated re-bid date: No

10. Does the contract contain any IT components?

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: Existing contract between DHCFP and the Hearings Divison 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is not registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office because the legal entity is a: Governmental Entity 15. Not Applicable 16. Not Applicable 17. Not Applicable 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval

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Signature Date 05/12/2011 15:20:58 PM 05/12/2011 15:21:02 PM 05/12/2011 16:26:12 PM 05/12/2011 16:34:11 PM 05/18/2011 11:12:45 AM 05/24/2011 16:24:12 PM 05/24/2011 16:24:16 PM

Contract #: 11319

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
(This form must accompany all contracts submitted to the Board of Examiners (BOE) for review and approval)

I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 12133 Legal Entity Division of Child and Family Services Name: (DCFS) Contractor Name: Division of Child and Family Services (DCFS) Address: 4126 Technology Way, 3rd Floor City/State/Zip Carson City, NV 89706

Agency Name:

HEALTH CARE FINANCING & POLICY Agency Code: 403 Appropriation Unit: 3158-11 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: Richard Jacobs 775-684-4400 Vendor No.: NV Business ID: Government Entity To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2010-2014 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % Fees 0.00 % X Federal Funds 100.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % Other funding 0.00 % 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date or b. other effective date 06/2011 07/01/2009

Retroactive? Yes If "Yes", please explain This Interlocal agreement is retroactive as this is the final step in implementing the new cost allocation plan that became effective 7/1/2009. 3. Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: 06/30/2014 5 years Interlocal Agreement Title XIX Admin

5. Purpose of contract: This is a new Interlocal agreement to pay the Division of Child and Family Services (DCFS) the federal share of costs associated with Medicaid administrative activities such as outreach, utilization review, and referral services. 6. NEW CONTRACT The maximum amount of the contract for the term of the contract is: $2,000,000.00 Payment for services will be made at the rate of $400,000.00 per State Fiscal Year Other basis for payment: Used an average of SFY 10 (actual) and SFY 11 (annualized) and rounded up to $400,000.00 per year.

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? DCFS performs Medicaid administrative activities including outreach, utilization review and referrals. This contract allows DHCFP as the "single State agency" for Medicaid, to receive and pass on federal funds to DCFS for these services. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: State employees are doing this work. State employees in DCFS perform duties because these are Child Welfare Medicaid recipients. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division?
Contract #: 12133

No No

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a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Not Applicable b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? d. Last bid date: Anticipated re-bid date: No

10. Does the contract contain any IT components?

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? No If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: Not Applicable 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is not registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office because the legal entity is a: Governmental Entity 15. Not Applicable 16. Not Applicable 17. Not Applicable 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval BOE Final Approval

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Signature Date 04/28/2011 15:42:30 PM 04/28/2011 15:42:33 PM 05/12/2011 16:18:04 PM 05/13/2011 10:53:48 AM 05/18/2011 13:11:12 PM 05/24/2011 16:19:41 PM 05/24/2011 16:19:45 PM

Contract #: 12133

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
(This form must accompany all contracts submitted to the Board of Examiners (BOE) for review and approval)

I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 12128 Legal Entity Division of Welfare and Supportive Name: Services Contractor Name: Division of Welfare and Supportive Services Address: 1470 College Parkway City/State/Zip Contact/Phone: Carson City, NV 89706 Agnes Francis/Jason Holm 775-6840676

Agency Name:

HEALTH CARE FINANCING & POLICY Agency Code: 403 Appropriation Unit: 3158-11 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Vendor No.: NV Business ID: Government Entity To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2012-2013 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % Fees 0.00 % X Federal Funds 100.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % Other funding 0.00 % 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 07/01/2011

06/30/2013 2 years Interlocal Agreement Eligibility

5. Purpose of contract: This is a new interlocal agreement to reimburse the Division of Welfare and Supportive Services (DWSS) for the federal share of costs associated with administrative activities to implement the Medicaid program. DWSS performs the Medicaid eligibility determinations for this program. 6. NEW CONTRACT The maximum amount of the contract for the term of the contract is: $28,940,031.00 Other basis for payment: SFY 2012 = $14,414,789.00 and SFY 2013 = $14,525,242.00 These amounts itemized per state fiscal year were provided by DWSS in January, 2011 and revised in February, 2011 based on their projections for administrative costs. This was the amount in Gov-Rec at the time the contract was developed.

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? Medicaid eligibility determinations are a critical part to administering the Medicaid program which falls under Title XIX of the Social Security Act. DWSS has the resources necessary to perform these eligibility decisions. This contract allows the Division of Health Care Financing and Policy (DHCFP), the "single State agency" for Medicaid, to receive and pass on the federal funds for costs associated with performing certain administrative services for the Medicaid program. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: State employees do this work. The Division of Welfare and Supportive Services (DWSS) and the Division of Health Care Financing and Policy (DHCFP) are responsible for implementing the State Plan under Title XIX pursuant to Title 42 of the Code of Federal Regulations
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9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Not Applicable b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? d. Last bid date:

No No

Anticipated re-bid date: No

10. Does the contract contain any IT components?

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: Existing contract with satisfactory performance. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is not registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office because the legal entity is a: Governmental Entity 15. Not Applicable 16. Not Applicable 17. Not Applicable 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval BOE Final Approval

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Signature Date 04/28/2011 15:34:03 PM 04/28/2011 15:35:36 PM 05/11/2011 11:29:02 AM 05/11/2011 15:16:21 PM 05/18/2011 16:53:36 PM 05/24/2011 18:26:51 PM 05/24/2011 18:26:55 PM

Contract #: 12128

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BOE Date:

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
(This form must accompany all contracts submitted to the Board of Examiners (BOE) for review and approval)

I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 12193 Legal Entity Office for Consumer Health Assistance Name: Contractor Name: Office for Consumer Health Assistance Address: 555 East Washington St. #4800 City/State/Zip Las Vegas, NV 89101

Agency Name:

HEALTH CARE FINANCING & POLICY Agency Code: 403 Appropriation Unit: 3158-11 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: Robin Cobb 702-486-3852 Vendor No.: NV Business ID: Government Entity To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2012-2013 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % Fees 0.00 % X Federal Funds 100.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % Other funding 0.00 % 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 07/01/2011

06/30/2013 2 years Interlocal Agreement Consumer Health

5. Purpose of contract: This is a new interlocal agreement to provide administrative services which includes education, outreach and advocacy to Nevada's citizens who seek information regarding health care assistance and/or need assistance in completing the Medicaid and Nevada Check Up application process. These services help to administer the Medicaid and Nevada Check Up programs. As the "single state agency" for Medicaid, the Division of Health Care Financing and Policy passes on the federal funds to the Office of Consumer Health to cover the costs of services provided. 6. NEW CONTRACT The maximum amount of the contract for the term of the contract is: $129,016.00 Payment for services will be made at the rate of $64,508.00 per State Fiscal Year Other basis for payment: Projections were based on actual costs for FY10 and FY11.

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? This contract allows DHCFP, as the "single State agency" for Medicaid, to pass on federal funds to the Office for Consumer Health Assistance for Medicaid outreach, education, and assistance. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: State employees are doing this work. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division?
Contract #: 12193

No No

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a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Not Applicable b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? d. Last bid date: Anticipated re-bid date: No

10. Does the contract contain any IT components?

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: Existing contract with DHCFP and satisfactory performance. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is not registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office because the legal entity is a: Governmental Entity 15. Not Applicable 16. Not Applicable 17. Not Applicable 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval BOE Final Approval

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Signature Date 05/04/2011 16:46:54 PM 05/05/2011 08:28:00 AM 05/12/2011 15:53:06 PM 05/13/2011 11:00:43 AM 05/18/2011 15:11:31 PM 05/24/2011 16:22:03 PM 05/24/2011 16:22:06 PM

Contract #: 12193

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
(This form must accompany all contracts submitted to the Board of Examiners (BOE) for review and approval)

I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 12208 Legal Entity Gnomon, Inc. Name: Contractor Name: Gnomon, Inc. Address: 1601 Fairview Dr City/State/Zip Carson City, NV 89701

Agency Name: HEALTH DIVISION Agency Code: 406 Appropriation Unit: 3218-22 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: Eric Ingbar 775-885-2305 Vendor No.: T81005218 NV Business ID: NV19941043248 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2012 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % Fees 0.00 % X Federal Funds 100.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % Other funding 0.00 % Agency Reference #: HD 12016 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 07/01/2011

06/30/2012 1 year Contract Map Development

5. Purpose of contract: This is a new contract to provide geo-coding of data and develop maps as requested by the programs. This is an open-ended contract to provide geo-coded data and mapping on an as required basis, for the Health Division to respond to real-time accidents or natural disasters. 6. NEW CONTRACT The maximum amount of the contract for the term of the contract is: $100,000.00 Other basis for payment: This open ended contract is an estimate of approximately 1000 hours to be used over the term to perform the scope of work. Data Analyst Techs charge at a rate of $86 per hour, and Senior Analysts charge at a rate of $108 per hour.

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? The Bureau of Health Planning, Statistics and Emergency Response, Public Health Preparedness Program, is responsible for setting up and operating the Department Operations Center for Health and Human Services during public health emergencies. The ability to have geo-coded data maps available, in real-time, as required, is essential for protecting Nevada's citizens and visitors from a catastrophic public health emergency. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: The State does not have staff capable of sourcing and preparing geo-coded maps. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division?
Contract #: 12208

No No
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a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Not Applicable b. Soliciation Waiver: Sole Source Contract (As Approved by Chief of Purchasing) Approval #: 110506 Approval Date: 05/03/2011 c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? d. Last bid date: Anticipated re-bid date: No 04/02/2012

10. Does the contract contain any IT components?

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: This contract has performed under contract for Health Division with satisfactory results. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office as a: Nevada Corporation 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval BOE Final Approval

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Signature Date 05/05/2011 15:36:55 PM 05/05/2011 15:36:59 PM 05/11/2011 16:34:29 PM 05/12/2011 07:40:19 AM 05/12/2011 11:51:05 AM 05/16/2011 10:55:59 AM 05/16/2011 10:56:12 AM

Contract #: 12208

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
(This form must accompany all contracts submitted to the Board of Examiners (BOE) for review and approval)

I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: CONV6535 Amendment Number: Legal Entity Name: Contractor Name: Address: City/State/Zip 1 UNR, Nevada State Health Labor UNR, Nevada State Health Labor State Health Laboratory 1660 N Virginia St. Reno, NV 89706

Agency Name: HEALTH DIVISION Agency Code: 406 Appropriation Unit: 3220-08 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: null7756881335 Vendor No.: D35000816 NV Business ID: Governmental Entity To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2010-2011 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. X General Funds 100.00 % Fees 0.00 % Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % Other funding 0.00 % Agency Reference #: HD 09191 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Previously Approved Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 07/01/2009

06/30/2011 1 year and 364 days Interlocal Agreement Health Related Services

5. Purpose of contract: This is the first amendment to the original contract, which provides activities for the control and elimination of Tuberculosis (TB) for the State. This amendment increases the maximum amount from $81,416 to $106,416 to allow for the purchase by the State Laboratory of equipment to accelerate and enhance the detection of M. tuberculosis (TB) and related bacteria. 6. CONTRACT AMENDMENT 1. The maximum amount of the original contract: 2. Total amount of any previous contract amendments: 3. Amount of current contract amendment: 4. New maximum contract amount: $81,416.00 $0.00 $25,000.00 $106,416.00

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? NRS 441A.340 requires the State Health Division to control, prevent the spread of, and ensure the treatment and cure of TB. The Nevada State Laboratory is an intregal partner in accomplishing this. The purchase of this equipment by the lab will significantly assist in identifying, and controlling the spread of TB in Nevada. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: The Health Division does not perform laboratory analysis.
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9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Not Applicable b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? d. Last bid date:

No No

Anticipated re-bid date: No

10. Does the contract contain any IT components?

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? No If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: Not Applicable 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is not registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office because the legal entity is a: Governmental Entity 15. Not Applicable 16. Not Applicable 17. Not Applicable 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval

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Signature Date 05/05/2011 15:38:40 PM 05/05/2011 15:38:44 PM 05/12/2011 16:03:14 PM 05/13/2011 07:34:03 AM 05/13/2011 11:31:07 AM 05/16/2011 10:43:24 AM 05/16/2011 10:43:30 AM

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BOE Date:

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
(This form must accompany all contracts submitted to the Board of Examiners (BOE) for review and approval)

I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 12062 Legal Entity CASTAGNOLA, KATHY DBA C AND C Name: JANITORIAL Contractor Name: CASTAGNOLA, KATHY DBA C AND C JANITORIAL Address: PO BOX 2152 City/State/Zip HAWTHORNE, NV 89415-2152

Agency Name:

WELFARE AND SUPPORT SERVICES Agency Code: 407 Appropriation Unit: 3233-07 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: Kathy Castagnola 775/945-8015 Vendor No.: T29019653 NV Business ID: NV20111223450 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2012-2015 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. X General Funds 34.00 % Fees 0.00 % X Federal Funds 66.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % Other funding 0.00 % 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2012 07/01/2011

06/30/2015 4 years Contract Janitorial Service

5. Purpose of contract: This is a new contract which provides janitorial service for the Division of Welfare and Supportive Service (DWSS), Field Operations and Services. This contract is to provide janitorial services at the Hawthorne District Office. DWSS must contract for janitorial services in rural Nevada because State Buildings and Grounds does not provide this service to rural areas. 6. NEW CONTRACT The maximum amount of the contract for the term of the contract is: $22,080.00 Payment for services will be made at the rate of $460.00 per Month

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? Janitorial services are required for a clean and sanitary environment for our employees and clients. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: The State of Nevada does not require State Employees to provide janitorial services where they are employed. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable
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Yes No

c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? C and C Janitorial was the only vendor to respond. They provided ample business references and proof of business license and their quote is reasonable for the scope of work. d. Last bid date: 02/14/2011 Anticipated re-bid date: 02/14/2015 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? No If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: Not Applicable 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office as a: Nevada Corporation 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval BOE Final Approval

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Signature Date 04/08/2011 11:49:26 AM 04/21/2011 14:07:31 PM 05/05/2011 16:43:42 PM 05/18/2011 14:27:57 PM 05/18/2011 14:51:31 PM 05/24/2011 15:56:47 PM 05/24/2011 15:56:56 PM

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
(This form must accompany all contracts submitted to the Board of Examiners (BOE) for review and approval)

I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 12057 Legal Entity MARSH, GARY C DBA ALL TOGETHER Name: CLEANING Contractor Name: MARSH, GARY C DBA ALL TOGETHER CLEANING Address: 1300 BELL AIRE LN City/State/Zip FALLON, NV 89406-8203

Agency Name:

WELFARE AND SUPPORT SERVICES Agency Code: 407 Appropriation Unit: 3233-07 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: null775/426-9052 Vendor No.: T27004085 NV Business ID: NV20101200977 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2012-2013 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. X General Funds 34.00 % Fees 0.00 % X Federal Funds 66.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % Other funding 0.00 % 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 07/01/2011

06/30/2013 2 years Contract Janitorial Service

5. Purpose of contract: This is a new contract which provides janitorial service for the Division of Welfare and Supportive Service(DWSS), Field Operations and Services. This contract is to maintain existing janitorial services at the Fallon District Office. DWSS must contract for janitorial services in rural Nevada because State Buildings and Grounds does not provide this service to rural areas. The previous contracted monthly rate decreased from $975 per month to $700 per month through the competitive bidding process. 6. NEW CONTRACT The maximum amount of the contract for the term of the contract is: $16,800.00 Payment for services will be made at the rate of $700.00 per Month

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? Janitorial services are required for a clean and sanitary environment for our employees and clients. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: The State of Nevada does not require State Employees to provide janitorial services where they are employed. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Yes No

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b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? All Together Cleaning's proposal provided the best service at the most competetive price. All Together Cleaning has provided acceptable service to date and reduced their monthly fee from the previous contract. d. Last bid date: 02/14/2011 Anticipated re-bid date: 02/14/2013 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: Currently under contract with DWSS and providing satisfactory service. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office as a: Nevada Corporation 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval BOE Final Approval

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Signature Date 04/06/2011 14:20:14 PM 04/19/2011 07:01:38 AM 05/05/2011 16:40:35 PM 05/06/2011 09:01:57 AM 05/18/2011 13:24:13 PM 05/24/2011 16:03:02 PM 05/24/2011 16:03:06 PM

Contract #: 12057

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BOE Date:

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
(This form must accompany all contracts submitted to the Board of Examiners (BOE) for review and approval)

I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 11856 Legal Entity CARSON CITY, FIRST JUDICIAL Name: DISTRICT COURT Contractor Name: CARSON CITY, FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT Address: 885 E MUSSER ST STE 2007 City/State/Zip CARSON CITY, NV 89701

Agency Name:

WELFARE AND SUPPORT SERVICES Agency Code: 407 Appropriation Unit: 3238-10 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: null775/887-2121 Vendor No.: T80990941AJ NV Business ID: N/A To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2012-2014 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % Fees 0.00 % X Federal Funds 66.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % X Other funding 34.00 % State Share of Collections 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 05/2011 07/01/2011

06/30/2014 3 years Interlocal Agreement Hearing Masters

5. Purpose of contract: This is a new interlocal agreement to provide Hearing Master and Court Services for the Child Support Enforcement Program. These hearings relate to paternity, financial and medical support establishment and to enforce support obligations owed by non-custodial parents to their children. 6. NEW CONTRACT The maximum amount of the contract for the term of the contract is: $58,199.00 Other basis for payment: Actual per Invoice

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? Child support enforcement activities include hearings, which require the presence of Hearing Masters. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: These hearings require attorneys working as Hearing Masters. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Not Applicable b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other?
Contract #: 11856

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A RFP is not a requirement of an interlocal agreement. d. Last bid date: Anticipated re-bid date: 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: Currently under contract with DWSS and providing satisfactory service. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is not registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office because the legal entity is a: Governmental Entity 15. Not Applicable 16. Not Applicable 17. Not Applicable 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval BOE Final Approval

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Signature Date 03/03/2011 12:02:37 PM 04/21/2011 08:28:09 AM 05/05/2011 16:49:53 PM 05/06/2011 09:01:19 AM 05/17/2011 11:17:45 AM 05/17/2011 14:18:13 PM 05/17/2011 14:18:17 PM

Contract #: 11856

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BOE Date:

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
(This form must accompany all contracts submitted to the Board of Examiners (BOE) for review and approval)

I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 11864 Legal Entity DOUGLAS COUNTY CLERK NINTH Name: JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT Contractor Name: DOUGLAS COUNTY CLERK NINTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT Address: PO BOX 218 City/State/Zip MINDEN, NV 89423

Agency Name:

WELFARE AND SUPPORT SERVICES Agency Code: 407 Appropriation Unit: 3238-10 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: null775/782-9820 Vendor No.: T40174400H NV Business ID: N/A To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2012-2014 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % Fees 0.00 % X Federal Funds 66.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % X Other funding 34.00 % State Share of Collections 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 05/2011 07/01/2011

06/30/2014 3 years Interlocal Agreement Hearing Masters

5. Purpose of contract: This is a new interlocal agreement to provide Hearing Master and Court Services for the Child Support Enforcement Program. These hearings relate to paternity, financial and medical support establishment and to enforce support obligations owed by non-custodial parents to their children. 6. NEW CONTRACT The maximum amount of the contract for the term of the contract is: $37,089.00 Other basis for payment: Actual per Invoice

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? Child support enforcement activities include hearings, which require the presence of Hearing Masters. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: These hearings require attorneys working as Hearing Masters. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Not Applicable b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other?
Contract #: 11864

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A RFP is not a requirement of an interlocal agreement. d. Last bid date: Anticipated re-bid date: 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: Currently under contract with DWSS and providing satisfactory service. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is not registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office because the legal entity is a: Governmental Entity 15. Not Applicable 16. Not Applicable 17. Not Applicable 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval BOE Final Approval

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Signature Date 03/03/2011 12:00:46 PM 04/26/2011 07:48:17 AM 05/10/2011 14:47:20 PM 05/17/2011 12:43:44 PM 05/17/2011 15:10:25 PM 05/18/2011 10:45:47 AM 05/18/2011 10:45:55 AM

Contract #: 11864

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BOE Date:

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
(This form must accompany all contracts submitted to the Board of Examiners (BOE) for review and approval)

I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 11862 Legal Entity HUMBOLDT COUNTY SIXTH JUDICIAL Name: DISTRICT COURT Contractor Name: HUMBOLDT COUNTY SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT Address: COURTHOUSE PO BOX H City/State/Zip LOVELOCK, NV 89419

Agency Name:

WELFARE AND SUPPORT SERVICES Agency Code: 407 Appropriation Unit: 3238-10 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: null775/273-2027 Vendor No.: T40139500A NV Business ID: N/A To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2012-2014 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % Fees 0.00 % X Federal Funds 66.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % X Other funding 34.00 % State Share of Collections 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 05/2011 07/01/2011

06/30/2014 3 years Interlocal Agreement Hearing Masters

5. Purpose of contract: This is a new interlocal agreement to provide Hearing Master and Court Services for the Child Support Enforcement Program. These hearings relate to paternity, financial and medical support establishment and to enforce support obligations owed by non-custodial parents to their children. 6. NEW CONTRACT The maximum amount of the contract for the term of the contract is: $161,353.00 Other basis for payment: Actual per Invoice

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? Child support enforcement activities include hearings, which require the presence of Hearing Masters. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: These hearings require attorneys working as Hearing Masters. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Not Applicable b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other?
Contract #: 11862

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A RFP is not a requirement of an interlocal agreement. d. Last bid date: Anticipated re-bid date: 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: Currently under contract with DWSS and providing satisfactory service. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is not registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office because the legal entity is a: Governmental Entity 15. Not Applicable 16. Not Applicable 17. Not Applicable 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval BOE Final Approval

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Signature Date 03/03/2011 11:59:39 AM 04/27/2011 08:31:03 AM 05/10/2011 14:55:37 PM 05/10/2011 16:05:19 PM 05/17/2011 11:11:41 AM 05/17/2011 14:22:47 PM 05/17/2011 14:22:53 PM

Contract #: 11862

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
(This form must accompany all contracts submitted to the Board of Examiners (BOE) for review and approval)

I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 11859 Legal Entity LYON COUNTY TREASURER THIRD Name: JUDICIAL COURT Contractor Name: LYON COUNTY TREASURER THIRD JUDICIAL COURT Address: 31 S MAIN ST City/State/Zip YERINGTON, NV 89447

Agency Name:

WELFARE AND SUPPORT SERVICES Agency Code: 407 Appropriation Unit: 3238-10 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: null775/463-6501 Vendor No.: T40156600 NV Business ID: N/A To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2012-2014 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % Fees 0.00 % X Federal Funds 66.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % X Other funding 34.00 % State Share of Collections 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 05/2011 07/01/2011

06/30/2014 3 years Interlocal Agreement Hearing Masters

5. Purpose of contract: This is a new interlocal agreement to provide Hearing Master and Court Services for the Child Support Enforcement Program. These hearings relate to paternity, financial and medical support establishment and to enforce support obligations owed by non-custodial parents to their children. 6. NEW CONTRACT The maximum amount of the contract for the term of the contract is: $113,891.00 Other basis for payment: Actual per Invoice

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? Child support enforcement activities include hearings, which require the presence of Hearing Masters. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: These hearings require attorneys working as Hearing Masters. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Not Applicable b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other?
Contract #: 11859

No No

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A RFP is not a requirement of an interlocal agreement. d. Last bid date: Anticipated re-bid date: 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: Currently under contract with DWSS and providing satisfactory service. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is not registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office because the legal entity is a: Governmental Entity 15. Not Applicable 16. Not Applicable 17. Not Applicable 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval BOE Final Approval

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Signature Date 03/03/2011 11:56:09 AM 04/29/2011 08:08:36 AM 05/10/2011 16:03:15 PM 05/17/2011 15:25:11 PM 05/17/2011 16:12:29 PM 05/18/2011 10:45:16 AM 05/18/2011 10:45:22 AM

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
(This form must accompany all contracts submitted to the Board of Examiners (BOE) for review and approval)

I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 11861 Legal Entity MINERAL COUNTY FIFTH JUDICIAL Name: DISTRICT Contractor Name: MINERAL COUNTY FIFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT Address: PO BOX 1450 City/State/Zip HAWTHORNE, NV 89415

Agency Name:

WELFARE AND SUPPORT SERVICES Agency Code: 407 Appropriation Unit: 3238-10 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: null775/945-2446 Vendor No.: T40291300W NV Business ID: N/A To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2012-2014 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % Fees 0.00 % X Federal Funds 66.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % X Other funding 34.00 % State Share of Collections 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 05/2011 07/01/2011

06/30/2014 3 years Interlocal Agreement Hearing Masters

5. Purpose of contract: This is a new interlocal agreement to provide Hearing Master and Court Services for the Child Support Enforcement Program. These hearings relate to paternity, financial and medical support establishment and to enforce support obligations owed by non-custodial parents to their children. 6. NEW CONTRACT The maximum amount of the contract for the term of the contract is: $107,581.00 Other basis for payment: Actual per Invoice

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? Child support enforcement activities include hearings, which require the presence of Hearing Masters. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: These hearings require attorneys working as Hearing Masters. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Not Applicable b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other?
Contract #: 11861

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A RFP is not a requirement of an interlocal agreement. d. Last bid date: Anticipated re-bid date: 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: Currently under contract with DWSS and providing satisfactory service. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is not registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office because the legal entity is a: Governmental Entity 15. Not Applicable 16. Not Applicable 17. Not Applicable 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval BOE Final Approval

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Signature Date 03/03/2011 12:04:14 PM 04/29/2011 08:13:25 AM 05/10/2011 15:59:25 PM 05/10/2011 16:05:04 PM 05/17/2011 11:08:20 AM 05/17/2011 14:21:59 PM 05/17/2011 14:22:03 PM

Contract #: 11861

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
(This form must accompany all contracts submitted to the Board of Examiners (BOE) for review and approval)

I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 12006 Legal Entity RENO CARSON MESSENGER Name: SERVICE, INC. Contractor Name: RENO CARSON MESSENGER SERVICE, INC. Address: 185 MARTIN ST City/State/Zip RENO, NV 89509

Agency Name:

WELFARE AND SUPPORT SERVICES Agency Code: 407 Appropriation Unit: 3238-04 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: null775/322-2424 Vendor No.: T60159830 NV Business ID: NV19931072732 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2012-2015 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % Fees 0.00 % X Federal Funds 66.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % X Other funding 34.00 % State Share of Collections 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 07/01/2011

06/30/2015 4 years Contract Process Service

5. Purpose of contract: This is a new contract, which provides process service of legal documents, primarily subpoenas to non custodial parents, for the Child Support Enforcement Program. This contract is effective from July 1, 2011 through June 30, 2015. The total contract amount is $109,880. 6. NEW CONTRACT The maximum amount of the contract for the term of the contract is: $109,880.00 Other basis for payment: $50 per in state referral; $85 per out of state referral.

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? Per Federal Regulations, State Child Support Offices are required to serve child support enforcement documents to non custodial parents in a timely manner. Serving these documents in a quick and efficient manner will expedite child support payments, medical benefits and other financial assistance to custodial parents and their children. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: This is a joint effort between the Child Support Enforcement Program, local law enforcement offices and the selected vendor. The Child Support Program uses local law enforcement personnel when available but due to resource limitations they are not always successful. When they are unsuccessful, the Child Support Enforcement Program resorts to the private vendor to locate the non-custodial parent and serve the legal documents. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division?
Contract #: 12006

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a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? Reno Carson Messenger was the only vendor to submit a proposal. The Evaluation Committee scored the proposal as excellent. Reno Carson Messenger is the incumbent vendor and is providing exceptional service. The vendor has not increased rates from the prior contract. d. Last bid date: 02/11/2011 Anticipated re-bid date: 02/13/2015 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: Currently under contract with DWSS and providing satisfactory service. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office as a: Nevada Corporation 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval BOE Final Approval

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Signature Date 03/31/2011 10:16:41 AM 04/12/2011 11:59:57 AM 05/04/2011 13:01:43 PM 05/18/2011 15:33:15 PM 05/18/2011 15:34:02 PM 05/24/2011 15:49:41 PM 05/24/2011 15:49:45 PM

Contract #: 12006

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
(This form must accompany all contracts submitted to the Board of Examiners (BOE) for review and approval)

I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 11858 Legal Entity WASHOE, SECOND JUDICIAL Name: DISTRICT COURT Contractor Name: WASHOE, SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT Address: 75 COURT ST City/State/Zip RENO, NV 89501

Agency Name:

WELFARE AND SUPPORT SERVICES Agency Code: 407 Appropriation Unit: 3238-10 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: null775-328-3119 Vendor No.: T40283400Y NV Business ID: N/A To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2012-2014 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % Fees 0.00 % X Federal Funds 66.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % X Other funding 34.00 % State Share of Collections 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 05/2011 07/01/2011

06/30/2014 3 years Interlocal Agreement Hearing Masters

5. Purpose of contract: This is a new interlocal agreement to provide Hearing Master and Court Services for the Child Support Enforcement Program. These hearings relate to paternity, financial and medical support establishment and to enforce support obligations owed by non-custodial parents to their children. 6. NEW CONTRACT The maximum amount of the contract for the term of the contract is: $580,246.00 Other basis for payment: Actual per Invoice

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? Child support enforcement activities include hearings, which require the presence of Hearing Masters. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: These hearings require attorneys working as Hearing Masters. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Not Applicable b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other?
Contract #: 11858

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A RFP is not a requirement of an interlocal agreement. d. Last bid date: Anticipated re-bid date: 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: Currently under contract with DWSS and providing satisfactory service. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is not registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office because the legal entity is a: Governmental Entity 15. Not Applicable 16. Not Applicable 17. Not Applicable 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval BOE Final Approval

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Signature Date 03/03/2011 11:57:08 AM 04/29/2011 08:15:28 AM 05/10/2011 16:01:11 PM 05/10/2011 16:04:07 PM 05/17/2011 11:03:22 AM 05/17/2011 14:19:56 PM 05/17/2011 14:20:03 PM

Contract #: 11858

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BOE Date:

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
(This form must accompany all contracts submitted to the Board of Examiners (BOE) for review and approval)

I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 12187 Legal Entity DESERT WEST LANDSCAPING, LLC Name: Contractor Name: DESERT WEST LANDSCAPING, LLC Address: City/State/Zip 3670 N 5TH ST STE 100 NORTH LAS VEGAS, NV 89032-1247

Agency Name:

MENTAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENTAL SERVICES Agency Code: 408 Appropriation Unit: 3161-07 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: null702/362-9378 Vendor No.: T29013612 NV Business ID: NV20071638334 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2012-2013 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. X General Funds 100.00 % Fees 0.00 % Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % Other funding 0.00 % 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 07/01/2011

06/30/2013 2 years Contract Landscaping Services

5. Purpose of contract: This is a new contract which provides grounds maintenance and landscaping services for the approximately five (5) acres of land that comprises the campus of Southern Nevada Adult Mental Health Services. 6. NEW CONTRACT The maximum amount of the contract for the term of the contract is: $206,400.00 Other basis for payment: Payment to be made based on Monthly invoice.

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? Southern Nevada Adult Mental Health Services has a campus of approximately five acres that needs to be taken care of , pursuant to NRS Chapter 433, through the use of a landscaping and grounds maintenance service. Including lawn care, tree trimming and bush pruning. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: In order to assist in the protection of the health and safety of consumers and staff at the campus, the grounds need to be regularly maintained and cleared of potential landscape hazards. The agency currently does not have FTE staff necessary to perform these tasks or who are trained in equipment and materials used. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals:
Contract #: 12187

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b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? The contractor has the experience in grounds maintenance and landscaping services and was the hightest scoring vendor selected by the evaluation committee. d. Last bid date: 10/25/2010 Anticipated re-bid date: 01/02/2013 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: They are currently servicing the Child and Family services, the work has been satisfactory. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office as a: LLC 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval BOE Final Approval

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Signature Date 05/06/2011 10:00:09 AM 05/06/2011 10:00:12 AM 05/12/2011 12:13:44 PM 05/12/2011 15:40:12 PM 05/12/2011 17:52:05 PM 05/13/2011 09:36:14 AM 05/13/2011 09:36:17 AM

Contract #: 12187

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
(This form must accompany all contracts submitted to the Board of Examiners (BOE) for review and approval)

I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 11405 Amendment Number: Legal Entity Name: Contractor Name: Address: City/State/Zip 1 PSYCHOEDUCATIONAL CONSULTANTS, LLC PSYCHOEDUCATIONAL CONSULTANTS, LLC PO BOX 2526 CARSON CITY, NV 89702-2526

Agency Name:

MENTAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENTAL SERVICES Agency Code: 408 Appropriation Unit: 3168-15 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: null775/883-6638 Vendor No.: T29018996 NV Business ID: NV20081199040 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2011-2012 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % Fees 0.00 % X Federal Funds 100.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % Other funding 0.00 % Agency Reference #: 408 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Previously Approved Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 10/01/2010

06/30/2011 1 year and 273 days Contract Professional Service

5. Purpose of contract: This is is the first amendment to the original contract which provide professional services to the Nevada Commission on Mental Health and Developmental Services such as policy/regulation development, monitoring of state behavioral health plans, and update to the Commission's strategic plan. This amendment extends the termination date from June 30, 2011 to June 30, 2012 and increases the maximum amount from $22,440 to $47,784 for continued services for the additional year. 6. CONTRACT AMENDMENT 1. The maximum amount of the original contract: 2. Total amount of any previous contract amendments: 3. Amount of current contract amendment: 4. New maximum contract amount: and/or the termination date of the original contract has changed to: $22,440.00 $0.00 $25,344.00 $47,784.00 06/30/2012

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? NRS Chapter 433 establishes the Commission on Mental Health and Developmental Services. The duties include policy development and the adoption of regulations for the care and treatment of persons with mental illness. The Commission is in need of a professional staff person to assist in carrying out its duties as mandated by law.
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8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: MHDS does not have legislative approved FTE to provide for this function, and current state employees do not have the time available to provide the professional services needed by the Commission. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Yes No

b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? Not chosen in preference to others; MHDS conducted an informal procurement per SAM 338.0 for the scope of the activity. The Division recruited by advertising in newspapers throughout the area; proposals were received and the top five candidates were interviewed by the Division and Mental Health Planning and Advisory Council (MHPAC). This vendor was selected due to having extensive knowledge of the Commission, executive branch and possessing the necessary professional credentials. The federal funding source announced significant changes to the grant's purpose and structure. The extension will allow us to continue the current practice to the end of the current grant cycle and align the changes in our practice for FY13 with the changes in the grant's purpose. The Division will rebid for the next two-year cycle at that time. d. Last bid date: 05/20/2010 Anticipated re-bid date: 03/01/2012 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? No If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: Not Applicable 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office as a: LLC 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval
Contract #: 11405

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
(This form must accompany all contracts submitted to the Board of Examiners (BOE) for review and approval)

I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 11014 Amendment 3 Number: Legal Entity ZirMed, Inc. Name: Contractor Name: ZirMed, Inc. Address: City/State/Zip 626 W. Main St. 6th Floor Louisville, KY 40202

Agency Name:

MENTAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENTAL SERVICES Agency Code: 408 Appropriation Unit: 3168-04 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: Jim Lacy 877-494-7633 Vendor No.: NV Business ID: NV20101524863 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2010-2011 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. X General Funds 100.00 % Fees 0.00 % Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % Other funding 0.00 % 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Previously Approved Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 04/29/2010

06/30/2011 1 year and 62 days Contract Electronic Billing

5. Purpose of contract: This is the third amendment to the original contract, which provides the Division with electronic billing clearinghouse services in support of mental health agency billing and revenue collection activities. Use of the clearinghouse enhances claim edit capabilities, reduces claim denials, facilitates electronic billing, speeds revenue collection and strengthens reporting requirements. This amendment extends the term of the contract through June 30, 2012, amends the schedule of fees and use of service modules, and changes the contract amount from $100,454 to $130,274, an increase of $29,820. 6. CONTRACT AMENDMENT 1. The maximum amount of the original contract: 2. Total amount of any previous contract amendments: 3. Amount of current contract amendment: 4. New maximum contract amount: $9,995.00 $90,459.00 $29,820.00 $130,274.00

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? In accordance with the Office of the State Controller's Accounting Policies and Procedures manual, agency guidelines and MHDS policy, billing for outpatient/inpatient services will be completed in a regular timely pattern, either monthly or as services are performed. ZirMed contract allows billing to be completed on a regular basis with a minimum amount of errors/denials, increased analytic tools and oversight capability. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work:
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Reporting, edit services and electronic claim management functions are proprietary to ZirMed and are not duplicated with software currently in place with the agency. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Yes No

b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? Three potential vendors were solicited for pricing estimates for clearinghouse services: XactiMed, SSI Group, and ZirMed, Inc. d. Last bid date: 06/01/2007 Anticipated re-bid date: 04/02/2012 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? No If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: Not Applicable 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office as a: Foreign Corporation 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval
Contract #: 11014

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Signature Date 05/10/2011 11:54:47 AM 05/25/2011 14:28:25 PM 05/25/2011 14:37:38 PM 05/25/2011 14:50:07 PM 05/25/2011 14:50:57 PM 05/25/2011 16:32:43 PM
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BOE Date:

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
(This form must accompany all contracts submitted to the Board of Examiners (BOE) for review and approval)

I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 12053 Legal Entity Kunthea Kelly Name: Contractor Name: Kunthea Kelly Address: City/State/Zip 1245 North Main Street Bountiful , UT 84010

Agency Name:

MENTAL HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENTAL SERVICES Agency Code: 408 Appropriation Unit: 3645-04 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: null801-298-4430 Vendor No.: NV Business ID: NV20111210224 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2011-2014 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. X General Funds 100.00 % Fees 0.00 % Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % Other funding 0.00 % 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of Yes or b. other effective date: Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date 06/2011 Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No NA

06/30/2014 3 years and 30 days Contract CambodianInterpreter

5. Purpose of contract: This is a new contract to provide Cambodian language interpretation for consumers at Lake's Crossing Center. 6. NEW CONTRACT The maximum amount of the contract for the term of the contract is: $14,000.00 Other basis for payment: Telephone interpretation rate: $45.00 per hour (1 hr minimum + $1.00 per minute after the first hour). If travel is required for Contractor to attend court hearing, rate is; $360.00 per day (2 day minimum) and estimated reimbursable travel expenses as follows; (expenses reimbursed up to approved current state rates, upon submission of invoice and original receipts for actual expenses incurred, includes but is not limited to) airfare $400., hotel $98., meals $51., parking $30., ground transportation $100., mileage (60 miles @ $.50) $30.

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? The non-English speaking consumer population is growing and therefore the need for interpretation services (in several languages) is also increasing 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: The particular consumers in this facility require special handling and consideration when communicating with them. Current staff does not possess the language expertise and training to perform these duties 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals:
Contract #: 12053

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b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? Not chosen in preference to others. Vendor was only respondent to proposal request d. Last bid date: 01/03/2011 Anticipated re-bid date: 01/31/2014 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? No If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: Not Applicable 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office as a: Foreign Corporation 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? No b. If "No", is an exemption on file with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval BOE Final Approval

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Signature Date 05/05/2011 14:36:43 PM 05/05/2011 14:36:50 PM 05/05/2011 15:34:55 PM 05/06/2011 13:34:54 PM 05/09/2011 10:02:24 AM 05/11/2011 11:12:20 AM 05/11/2011 11:12:25 AM

Contract #: 12053

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BOE Date:

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
(This form must accompany all contracts submitted to the Board of Examiners (BOE) for review and approval)

I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 12108 Legal Entity ROITMAN, NORTON A MD Name: Contractor Name: ROITMAN, NORTON A MD Address: City/State/Zip 2340 PASEO DEL PRADO STE D307 LAS VEGAS, NV 89102

Agency Name:

CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES DIVISION Agency Code: 409 Appropriation Unit: 3179-04 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: null702/222-1812 Vendor No.: T80922564 NV Business ID: NV20101539575 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2011-2012 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. X General Funds 100.00 % Fees 0.00 % Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % Other funding 0.00 % 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of Yes or b. other effective date: Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date 06/2011 Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No NA

06/30/2012 1 year and 30 days Contract counseling

5. Purpose of contract: This is a new contract to provide psychiatric services to the youth at Caliente Youth Center. 6. NEW CONTRACT The maximum amount of the contract for the term of the contract is: $24,120.00 Other basis for payment: $180 00 per hour on site psychiatric care; $165.00 per hour video conferance care; $30.00 per hour travel.

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? Assessment of youth is a highly specialized service. Recommendations are needed to guide treatment planning, placement decisions and reunification with the family if out of home placement is needed. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: There is no state employees in the region qualified to provide this type of assessment. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other?
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Dr. Roitman was the only one interested in serving the Youth at Caliente Youth Center. d. Last bid date: 03/01/2011 Anticipated re-bid date: 03/01/2012 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: Currently with the Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Child and Family Services. Services has been satisfactory. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is not registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office because the legal entity is a: Sole Proprietor 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. Not Applicable 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval BOE Final Approval

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Signature Date 04/20/2011 14:39:09 PM 04/20/2011 14:39:14 PM 05/05/2011 17:03:12 PM 05/10/2011 16:23:06 PM 05/18/2011 15:32:32 PM 05/24/2011 16:09:09 PM 05/24/2011 16:09:13 PM

Contract #: 12108

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
(This form must accompany all contracts submitted to the Board of Examiners (BOE) for review and approval)

I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 12050 Legal Entity CAMELOT COMMUNITY CARE Name: Contractor Name: CAMELOT COMMUNITY CARE Address: City/State/Zip PO BOX 601295 CHARLOTTE, NC 28260-1295

Agency Name:

CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES DIVISION Agency Code: 409 Appropriation Unit: 3229-13 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: null540/710-6085 Vendor No.: T81106450 NV Business ID: Out of State To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2012-2013 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. X General Funds 62.50 % Fees 0.00 % X Federal Funds 37.50 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % Other funding 0.00 % 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 05/2011 09/01/2011

08/31/2012 1 year Contract Therapeutic Care

5. Purpose of contract: This is a new contract to provide therapeutic care for two children living outside of the State of Nevada within the court ordered placement at negotiated rates within the facility providing the therapeutic care for these youth. The Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Child and Family Services has the legal responsibility to provide services to children within our custody with emotional and behavioral problems a safe environment with a permanency plan for adoption. These children were placed in Illinois, pursuant to a court order, for permanency planning through adoption as relatives live close by. 6. NEW CONTRACT The maximum amount of the contract for the term of the contract is: $83,726.16 Payment for services will be made at the rate of $114.38 per child per day Other basis for payment: $114.38 per day per child, $114.38 X 2 (children)= $228.76 X 366 (days)= $83,726.16

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? The Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Child and Family Services has the legal responsibility to provide services to children within our custody with emotional and behavioral problems a safe environment with a permanency plan for adoption. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: These children were placed in a facility outside of the State of Nevada, by court order, in order for a permanent adoption through family living in the State of Illinois.

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9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? No Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing No Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Not Applicable b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? These children were placed in Illinois, pursuant to a court order, for permanency planning through adoption as relatives live close by. d. Last bid date: Anticipated re-bid date: 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: currently with the Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Child and Family Services. Service has been satisfactory. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is not registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office because the legal entity is a: Other Was told by the Secretary of State office that a business license will not be necessary due to the fact that this facility is located in Illinois. 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? No b. If "No", is an exemption on file with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? No If "No", to a. AND b., please explain why the contractor does not have an SBL or an exemption. Was told by the Secretary of State office that a business license will not be necessary due to the fact that this facility is located in Illinois. 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? No b. If "NO", please explain. Was told by the Secretary of State office that a business license will not be necessary due to the fact that this facility is located in Illinois. 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval
Contract #: 12050

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
(This form must accompany all contracts submitted to the Board of Examiners (BOE) for review and approval)

I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 11524 Amendment 1 Number: Legal Entity EVERGREEN COUNSELING, INC. Name: Contractor Name: EVERGREEN COUNSELING, INC. Address: City/State/Zip 5300 W SAHARA AVE STE 104 LAS VEGAS, NV 89146

Agency Name:

CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES DIVISION Agency Code: 409 Appropriation Unit: 3263-36 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: null702/248-6290 Vendor No.: T27001890 NV Business ID: NV20021252244 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2011-2014 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. X General Funds 100.00 % Fees 0.00 % Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % Other funding 0.00 % 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Previously Approved Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 11/01/2010

10/31/2013 3 years Contract Juvenile Justice

5. Purpose of contract: This is the first amendment to the original contract, which provides supervision and case management services for youth of the Division of Child and Family Services, Juvenile Justice for correctional and/or mental health care. This amendment increases the maximum amount from $18,000 to $70,000 due to an increase in services provided by Evergreen. To offset this increase, the funding to other like service contracts will be decreased. 6. CONTRACT AMENDMENT 1. The maximum amount of the original contract: 2. Total amount of any previous contract amendments: 3. Amount of current contract amendment: 4. New maximum contract amount: $18,000.00 $0.00 $52,000.00 $70,000.00

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? Assessment of youth with sexual behavior problems is a highly specialized service. Risk to others/community is a part of the determination. Recommendations are needed to guide treatment planning, placement decisions and reunification with the family if out-of-home placement is needed. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: This skill requires specialized training and expert supervision. There is no state employees in this region qualified to provide this type of assessment.
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9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals:

No Yes

b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? Multiple contracts are being awarded to those qualified in the assessment of treatment and placement needs, along with level of risk to re-offend in the area of sexual misbehavior and/or assault. d. Last bid date: 07/15/2010 Anticipated re-bid date: 05/01/2013 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: Currently under contract with the Division of Child and Family Services. Service is Satisfactory. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office as a: Nevada Corporation 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval

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Signature Date 04/20/2011 14:36:54 PM 04/20/2011 14:36:58 PM 05/11/2011 08:30:47 AM 05/11/2011 09:35:02 AM 05/19/2011 10:41:44 AM 05/24/2011 18:23:43 PM 05/24/2011 18:23:46 PM

Contract #: 11524

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
(This form must accompany all contracts submitted to the Board of Examiners (BOE) for review and approval)

I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 12061 Legal Entity AAA AIR FILTER COMPANY, INC. Name: Contractor Name: AAA AIR FILTER COMPANY, INC. Address: City/State/Zip 3873 E CRAIG RD STE 1 NORTH LAS VEGAS, NV 89030-7537

Agency Name:

CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES DIVISION Agency Code: 409 Appropriation Unit: 3646-07 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: null702/399-4402 Vendor No.: T80618280 NV Business ID: NV198551003457 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2012-2013 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. X General Funds 54.00 % Fees 0.00 % X Federal Funds 42.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % X Other funding 4.00 % 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 07/01/2011

06/30/2013 2 years Contract Maintenance

5. Purpose of contract: This is a new contract to provide installation of 259 air filters for the heating, ventilating, and air conditioning system located on the Southern Nevada Child and Adolescent Services campus. 6. NEW CONTRACT The maximum amount of the contract for the term of the contract is: $20,748.00 Payment for services will be made at the rate of $1,729.00 per bi-monthly

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? Timely replacement of the HVAC air filters are necessary to ensure health of clients, families, visitors and staff. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: As part of the replacement of the air filters the vendor checks the HVAC system for potential issues. We do not have a HVAC specialist on staff. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable
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c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? This vendor had the lowest bid. d. Last bid date: 04/01/2011 Anticipated re-bid date: 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

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III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: Currently with the Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Child and Family Services. Service has been satisfactory. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office as a: Nevada Corporation 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval BOE Final Approval

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Signature Date 04/05/2011 13:26:18 PM 04/07/2011 14:07:36 PM 05/05/2011 10:51:56 AM 05/06/2011 08:03:12 AM 05/18/2011 16:49:25 PM 05/24/2011 16:26:05 PM 05/24/2011 16:26:10 PM

Contract #: 12061

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
(This form must accompany all contracts submitted to the Board of Examiners (BOE) for review and approval)

I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 12056 Legal Entity ALARMCO, INC. Name: Contractor Name: ALARMCO, INC. Address: City/State/Zip 2007 LAS VEGAS BLVD S LAS VEGAS, NV 89104-2555

Agency Name:

CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES DIVISION Agency Code: 409 Appropriation Unit: 3646-07 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: null702/382-5000 Vendor No.: T12898700 NV Business ID: NV19641000258 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2012-2013 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. X General Funds 54.00 % Fees 0.00 % X Federal Funds 42.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % X Other funding 4.00 % 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 07/01/2011

06/30/2013 2 years Contract Alarm Services

5. Purpose of contract: This is a new contract to provide 24 hour monitoring of alarm systems located at 6171 Charleston Blvd. and 4538 Craig Rd. Las Vegas Nevada. The equipment currently installed is leased from Alarmco, the competition can not monitor the current equipment thus to change vendors will require installation of a new vendor's equipment and in doing so will be a capital expense that is not budgeted. This vendor was granted a solicitation waiver. 6. NEW CONTRACT The maximum amount of the contract for the term of the contract is: $21,840.00 Payment for services will be made at the rate of $910.00 per month

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? Continual alarm monitoring of burglar and smoke detection is necessary to ensure health and safety of our clients, families, visitors and staff. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: There is not currently an agency that offers 24 hour remote monitoring of alarm and fire detection. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Not Applicable
Contract #: 12056

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b. Soliciation Waiver: Sole Source Contract (As Approved by Chief of Purchasing) Approval #: 110111 Approval Date: 01/20/2011 c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? The equipment currently used at each location is the property of Alarmco. To replace the equipment would be costly. d. Last bid date: 01/05/2011 Anticipated re-bid date: 04/01/2013 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: Currently with the Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Child and Family Services. Service has been satisfactory. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office as a: Nevada Corporation 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval BOE Final Approval

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Signature Date 04/01/2011 08:25:27 AM 04/05/2011 11:29:35 AM 05/05/2011 11:25:36 AM 05/06/2011 08:05:52 AM 05/19/2011 09:59:49 AM 05/24/2011 18:16:32 PM 05/24/2011 18:16:35 PM

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
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I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 12087 Legal Entity ANYTIME PLUMBING, INC. DBA ABES Name: PLUMBING AIR REPAIR FAST WATER Contractor Name: ANYTIME PLUMBING, INC. DBA ABES PLUMBING AIR REPAIR FAST WATER Address: 4690 W POST RD STE 130 City/State/Zip LAS VEGAS, NV 89118-4345

Agency Name:

CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES DIVISION Agency Code: 409 Appropriation Unit: 3646-07 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: null702/362-9300 Vendor No.: T80725910A NV Business ID: NV19991205584 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2012-2013 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. X General Funds 54.00 % Fees 0.00 % X Federal Funds 42.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % X Other funding 4.00 % 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 07/01/2011

06/30/2013 2 years Contract Repair Service

5. Purpose of contract: This is a new contract to provide plumbing services to the agency on an as need basis. 6. NEW CONTRACT The maximum amount of the contract for the term of the contract is: $20,000.00 Other basis for payment: Payment will be made on an as need basis.

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? The health and well being of clients, families, visitors and staff. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: No staff are qualified. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? This vendor proposed the lowest bid pricing.
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Yes No

d. Last bid date:

03/01/2011

Anticipated re-bid date: No

03/01/2013

10. Does the contract contain any IT components?

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: Currently with the Department of Health and Human Services, Division of Child and Family Services. Service has been satisfactory. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office as a: Foreign Corporation 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval BOE Final Approval

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Signature Date 04/14/2011 09:21:04 AM 04/15/2011 16:41:36 PM 05/05/2011 11:38:30 AM 05/19/2011 09:04:42 AM 05/19/2011 09:51:52 AM 05/24/2011 17:54:43 PM 05/24/2011 17:55:14 PM

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I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 12176 Legal Entity AUTOMATED TEMPERATURE Name: CONTROLS, INC. Contractor Name: AUTOMATED TEMPERATURE CONTROLS, INC. Address: 8535 DOUBLE R BLVD City/State/Zip RENO, NV 89511

Agency Name:

ADJUTANT GENERAL & NATL GUARD Agency Code: 431 Appropriation Unit: 3650-10 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: Gary Larkin 775/826-7700 Vendor No.: PUR0003825 NV Business ID: NV19871039226 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2011-2012 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % Fees 0.00 % X Federal Funds 100.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % Other funding 0.00 % Agency Reference #: NVMD # 20-2011 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of Yes or b. other effective date: Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date 06/2011 Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No NA

08/30/2011 90 days Contract InterlockDoorSwitch

5. Purpose of contract: This is a new contract to install overhead door interlock switches to suspend the immediate area's heating, ventilation and air conditioning system when an overhead door is left open for 5 minutes or longer for all overhead doors at the Combines Support Maintenance Shop facility. 6. NEW CONTRACT The maximum amount of the contract for the term of the contract is: $21,429.00 Payment for services will be made at the rate of $19,489.00 per completed project

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? This projects main function is to aid in the energy savings for the CSMS facility. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: The programming controls are proprietary to ATC. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Not Applicable
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b. Soliciation Waiver: Sole Source Contract (As Approved by Chief of Purchasing) Approval #: 110402 Approval Date: 04/06/2011 c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? This project is a sole source. d. Last bid date: Anticipated re-bid date: 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: The Office of the Military contracted with this vendor numerous times in FY10 and currently in FY11; services provided are satisfactory. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office as a: Nevada Corporation 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval BOE Final Approval

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Signature Date 04/29/2011 08:15:08 AM 04/29/2011 14:53:59 PM 04/29/2011 14:54:03 PM 04/29/2011 14:54:06 PM 05/10/2011 10:03:49 AM 05/11/2011 11:22:24 AM 05/11/2011 11:22:28 AM

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I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 12077 Legal Entity CROOK, RAY DBA RPC ROOF Name: CONSULTING SERVICES Contractor Name: CROOK, RAY DBA RPC ROOF CONSULTING SERVICES Address: 14370 MOUNT SNOW DR City/State/Zip RENO, NV 89511-9185

Agency Name:

ADJUTANT GENERAL & NATL GUARD Agency Code: 431 Appropriation Unit: 3650-10 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: null775/853-7202 Vendor No.: T29013770 NV Business ID: NV20101198067 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2011-2012 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % Fees 0.00 % X Federal Funds 100.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % Other funding 0.00 % Agency Reference #: 6009 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of Yes or b. other effective date: Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date 05/2011 Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No NA

09/30/2011 152 days Contract PROF SERV AGR

5. Purpose of contract: This is a new contract to provide professional architectural/engineering services to re-roof the Army Aviation Support Building in Stead, Nevada; SPWB Project No. 11-A011; Contract No. 6009. 6. NEW CONTRACT The maximum amount of the contract for the term of the contract is: $15,250.00 Other basis for payment: Monthly progress payments on services provided.

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? Agency Requested 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: Professional Services are provided by SPWB to support the State Capital Improvement Program. Consultants are selected based on their ability to provide design and engineering services to meet the goals established by the Legislature. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? No Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing No Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Not Applicable b. Soliciation Waiver: Professional Service (As defined in NAC 333.150)
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c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? d. Last bid date: Anticipated re-bid date: No

10. Does the contract contain any IT components?

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: SPWB, currently and/or in the past for various amounts with satisfactory results. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office as a: Nevada Corporation 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval BOE Final Approval

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Signature Date 04/06/2011 14:49:25 PM 04/06/2011 14:49:29 PM 04/28/2011 12:01:24 PM 05/09/2011 14:04:33 PM 05/13/2011 14:46:09 PM 05/13/2011 14:46:13 PM 05/13/2011 14:46:17 PM

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I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 12189 Legal Entity PETROLEUM MAINTENANCE, INC. Name: Contractor Name: PETROLEUM MAINTENANCE, INC. Address: City/State/Zip 550 E 4TH ST RENO, NV 89512-3316

Agency Name:

ADJUTANT GENERAL & NATL GUARD Agency Code: 431 Appropriation Unit: 3650-10 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: Jerry Meadows 775-329-8298 Vendor No.: PUR0004863 NV Business ID: NV19931076267 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2011-2012 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % Fees 0.00 % X Federal Funds 50.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % X Other funding 50.00 % Rental Income Agency Reference #: NVMD # 19-2011 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of Yes or b. other effective date: Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date 06/2011 Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No NA

08/15/2011 75 days Contract Install Fuel Pumps

5. Purpose of contract: This is a new contract to install two diesel fuel pumps on existing fuel tanks at the United States Property and Fiscal Office facility and the Emergency Operations Center facility. 6. NEW CONTRACT The maximum amount of the contract for the term of the contract is: $10,168.09 Payment for services will be made at the rate of $9,244.09 per completed project

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? We are preparing vaults for use in the event of a disaster or emergency. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: Work must be done by a vendor certified to work on fuel storage systems. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable
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Yes No

c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? They were the lowest bidder to submit their bid before the deadline. d. Last bid date: Anticipated re-bid date: 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: The Office of the Military contracted with this vendor in FY10; services provided were satisfactory. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office as a: Nevada Corporation 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval BOE Final Approval

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Signature Date 04/29/2011 15:08:29 PM 05/03/2011 11:37:55 AM 05/03/2011 11:37:57 AM 05/03/2011 11:38:00 AM 05/10/2011 10:19:05 AM 05/11/2011 11:26:57 AM 05/11/2011 11:27:01 AM

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
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I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: CONV6323 Amendment Number: Legal Entity Name: Contractor Name: Address: City/State/Zip 1 Beech Street Corporation Beech Street Corporation 25500 Commercentre Drive Lake Forest, CA 92630

Agency Name: DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS Agency Code: 440 Appropriation Unit: 3706-50 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: Alexis Igras 630.649.5137 Vendor No.: T81033145 NV Business ID: NV19991471418 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2011-2012 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. X General Funds 100.00 % Fees 0.00 % Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % Other funding 0.00 % Agency Reference #: 7168 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Previously Approved Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 07/01/2010

06/30/2011 1 year and 91 days Contract Health And Human Services

5. Purpose of contract: This is the first amendment to the original contract, which provides discounted health care services through a preferred provider organization network to incarcerated inmates. This amendment extends the contract termination date from June 30, 2011 to September 30, 2011 and increases the maximum amount from $307,483.20 to $348,583.20 in order to provide continuous service during the Request for Proposal process. 6. CONTRACT AMENDMENT 1. The maximum amount of the original contract: 2. Total amount of any previous contract amendments: 3. Amount of current contract amendment: 4. New maximum contract amount: and/or the termination date of the original contract has changed to: $307,483.20 $0.00 $41,100.00 $348,583.20 09/30/2011

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? The Department of Corrections oversees the delivery of legally required medical care to incarcerated inmates. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: To the extent possible, the required medical care is delivered within the correctional system by the Department's medical staff. Non-correctional medical care providers and facilities provide in-patient hospitalization and specialty treatment that cannot be provided by the Department's staff. No other State agency offers these services.
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9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals:

Yes Yes

b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? Upon thorough review and evaluation of proposals, it was determned by the evaluation committee that this vendor was one of the two that met the needs of the State. They were awarded the portion of the contract that covers Northern Nevada. d. Last bid date: 02/05/2009 Anticipated re-bid date: 03/15/2011 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: FY05 - current; Department of Corrections. Services have been verified as satisfactory. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office as a: Foreign Corporation 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval

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Signature Date 03/24/2011 16:11:58 PM 03/24/2011 16:12:03 PM 03/30/2011 15:13:06 PM 05/10/2011 13:49:22 PM 05/17/2011 13:41:27 PM 05/18/2011 13:02:45 PM 05/18/2011 13:02:50 PM

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I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: CONV6324 Amendment Number: Legal Entity Name: Contractor Name: Address: City/State/Zip 1 Physicians Managed Care Physicians Managed Care 212 W Ann Street Carson City, NV 89703

Agency Name: DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS Agency Code: 440 Appropriation Unit: 3706-50 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: Leonard Hamer 7758852211 Vendor No.: T81092683 NV Business ID: NV20011000088 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2010-2012 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. X General Funds 100.00 % Fees 0.00 % Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % Other funding 0.00 % Agency Reference #: 7169 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Previously Approved Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 07/01/2009

06/30/2011 2 years and 91 days Contract Health Related Services

5. Purpose of contract: This is the first amendment to the original contract, which provides discounted health care services through a preferred provider organization network to incarcerated inmates. This amendment extends the contract termination date from June 30, 2011 to September 30, 2011 and increases the maximum amount from $184,475.05 to $206,225.05 in order to provide continuous service during the Request for Proposal process. 6. CONTRACT AMENDMENT 1. The maximum amount of the original contract: 2. Total amount of any previous contract amendments: 3. Amount of current contract amendment: 4. New maximum contract amount: and/or the termination date of the original contract has changed to: $184,475.05 $0.00 $21,750.00 $206,225.05 09/30/2011

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? The Department of Corrections oversees the delivery of legally required medical care to incarcerated inmates. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: To the extent possible, the required medical care is delivered within the correctional system by the Department's medical staff. Non-correctional medical care providers and facilities provide in-patient hospitalization and specialty treatment that cannot be provided by the Department's medical staff. No other State agency offers these services.
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9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals:

Yes Yes

b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? Upon thorough review and evaluation of proposals, it was determined by the evaluation committee that this vendor was one of two that met the needs of the State. They were awarded the portion of the contract that covers Northern Nevada. d. Last bid date: 02/05/2009 Anticipated re-bid date: 02/05/2011 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: FY05 - current; Department of Corrections. Services have been verified as satisfactory. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office as a: LLP 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval

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Signature Date 03/24/2011 15:55:45 PM 03/24/2011 15:55:53 PM 03/30/2011 15:16:39 PM 05/10/2011 11:53:38 AM 05/17/2011 12:23:06 PM 05/18/2011 12:58:44 PM 05/18/2011 12:58:49 PM

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I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: CONV5810 Amendment Number: Legal Entity Name: Contractor Name: Address: City/State/Zip 2 Cummins Rocky Mountain, LLC Cummins Rocky Mountain, LLC 150 Glendale Avenue Sparks, NV 89431

Agency Name: DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS Agency Code: 440 Appropriation Unit: 3710-09 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: Jack Barry 775.353.4201 Vendor No.: PUR0001370 NV Business ID: NV20051097760 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2009-2012 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. X General Funds 100.00 % Fees 0.00 % Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % Other funding 0.00 % Agency Reference #: 7140 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date or b. other effective date 06/2011 10/14/2008

Retroactive? Yes If "Yes", please explain This is a retroactive contract as it was determined to be an emergency per NRS 353.263. One of the generators at Lovelock Correctional Center needed to have the turbos replaced in order to maintain the functionality of the equipment. Generators are necessary to maintain the health, safety, and security of the facility, staff, and inmates. In addition, it was critical to purchase the turbo itself as there were only three known to be in existence in the United States. 3. Previously Approved Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: 06/30/2012 3 years and 260 days Contract Industrial Equipment Maintenance and Repair Servic

5. Purpose of contract: This is the second amendment to the original contract, which provides generator maintenance at Lovelock Correctional Center. This amendment increases the maximum amount from $69,075.86 to $89,583.81 due to additional emergency repairs that need to be completed. 6. CONTRACT AMENDMENT 1. The maximum amount of the original contract: 2. Total amount of any previous contract amendments: 3. Amount of current contract amendment: 4. New maximum contract amount: $48,765.01 $20,310.85 $20,507.04 $89,582.90

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? This was determined an emergency per NRS 353.263 as there was a substantial threat to the safety of staff, inmates and property at Lovelock Correctional Center (LCC). Generators are necessary to maintain the health, safety, and security of the facility, staff, and inmates. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work:
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The Department does not have the expertise and/or equipment to provide these services. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? No Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing No Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Not Applicable b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? They are the current contractor providing preventative maintenance services on the generator. They are able to provide the emergency services needed, in the timeframe necessary. d. Last bid date: Anticipated re-bid date: 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: FY09 - current; Department of Corrections. Service has been verified as satisfactory. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office as a: Foreign Corporation 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval
Contract #: CONV5810

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I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 12166 Legal Entity Ecolab, Inc. Name: Contractor Name: Ecolab, Inc. Address: 370 Wabasha St. North City/State/Zip St. Paul, MN 55102

Agency Name: DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS Agency Code: 440 Appropriation Unit: 3717-09 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: Bruce Kottom 651.293.2892 Vendor No.: PUR0000701 NV Business ID: NV1965100193 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2012-2015 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. X General Funds 100.00 % Fees 0.00 % Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % Other funding 0.00 % 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 07/01/2011

06/30/2015 4 years Contract Pest Control Service

5. Purpose of contract: This is a new contract to provide regularly scheduled pest control services for the following correctional facilities located in northern Nevada: Nevada State Prison, Northern Nevada Correctional Center, Northern Nevada Restitution Center, Stewart Conservation Camp and Warm Springs Correctional Center for the health and safety of staff and inmates. 6. NEW CONTRACT The maximum amount of the contract for the term of the contract is: $67,024.00 Other basis for payment: Upon satisfactory completion of services and submission of invoice.

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? For the health and safety of staff and inmates in compliance with NRS 209.131, NRS 209.381 and NDOC Administrative Regulation 483. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: The Department of Corrections does not have the expertise, equipment and/or licensing as required NRS 555.280. No other State agency provides these services. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals:
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b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? Ecolab had the lowest, most responsible bid. d. Last bid date: 03/29/2011 Anticipated re-bid date: 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

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11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? No If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: Not Applicable 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office as a: Foreign Corporation 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval BOE Final Approval

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Signature Date 05/06/2011 08:52:57 AM 05/10/2011 15:43:52 PM 05/10/2011 16:39:28 PM 05/11/2011 14:01:06 PM 05/13/2011 14:10:02 PM 05/16/2011 09:53:10 AM 05/16/2011 09:53:15 AM

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I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 11814 Amendment Number: Legal Entity Name: Contractor Name: Address: City/State/Zip 1 Gardner Engineering, Inc. Gardner Engineering, Inc. 270 East Parr Blvd. Reno, NV 89512

Agency Name: DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS Agency Code: 440 Appropriation Unit: 3759-07 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: Danny Robinson 775.329.4133 Vendor No.: T27000470 NV Business ID: NV19751005065 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2011 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. X General Funds 100.00 % Fees 0.00 % Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % Other funding 0.00 % 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date or b. other effective date 06/2011 12/09/2010

Retroactive? Yes If "Yes", please explain The leak in the hot loop system has reached emergency status and if not repaired immediately could jeopardize recent repairs totalling $30,000. In addition to the risk of more repairs to the boilers themselves, we are incurring greater costs in water and boiler fuel. 3. Previously Approved Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: 06/30/2011 202 days Contract Emergency Repairs

5. Purpose of contract: This is the first amendment to the original contract, which provides for emergency retro-active services to fix the hot loop system at Lovelock Correctional Center. This amendment increases the maximum amount from $5,977 to $10,839 due to additional emergency repairs that need to be completed. 6. CONTRACT AMENDMENT 1. The maximum amount of the original contract: 2. Total amount of any previous contract amendments: 3. Amount of current contract amendment: 4. New maximum contract amount: $5,977.00 $0.00 $4,862.00 $10,839.00

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? This was declared to be an emergency, per NRS 353.263. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: The Department of Corrections does not have the equipment, expertise and/or necessary licensing. No other State agency offers these services. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited?
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Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals:

No

b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? Gardner Engineering was the lowest, most responsible bidder. d. Last bid date: 02/17/2011 Anticipated re-bid date: 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: FY11; Nevada Department of Corrections. Service has been verified as satisfactory. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office as a: Nevada Corporation 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval

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Signature Date 04/15/2011 11:02:37 AM 04/15/2011 11:02:42 AM 04/18/2011 10:51:26 AM 05/10/2011 13:37:04 PM 05/17/2011 12:10:12 PM 05/18/2011 13:00:46 PM 05/18/2011 13:00:51 PM

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I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 12154 Legal Entity Hites Enterprises dba Hites Funeral Name: Home & Crematory Contractor Name: Hites Enterprises dba Hites Funeral Home & Crematory Address: 438 West Sunset Rd City/State/Zip Henderson, NV 89011

Agency Name:

DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS

Agency Code: 440 Appropriation Unit: 3763-55 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: Jim Lee 702.568.1747 Vendor No.: T29011891 NV Business ID: NV19971132472 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2012-2015 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % Fees 0.00 % Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % X Other funding 100.00 % Inmate Welfare Fund 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 07/01/2011

06/30/2015 4 years Contract Inmate Cremation

5. Purpose of contract: This is a new contract to provide inmate cremation services for inmates at the following correctional facilities located in southern Nevada: Casa Grande Transitional Housing, Florence McClure Women's Correctional Center, High Desert State Prison, Jean Conservation Camp, Pioche Conservation Camp, Southern Desert Correctional Center and Three Lakes Valley Conservation Camp. In the event the family of the deceased inmate declines to claim the body, the department is required to pay for cremation costs. 6. NEW CONTRACT The maximum amount of the contract for the term of the contract is: $12,560.00 Other basis for payment: Upon completion of service and submission of invoice.

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? Public Health and NRS require proper disposition of deceased inmates. To ensure the Department of Corrections is in compliance with NRS 451.400 which requires 'an unclaimed, dead human body to be buried at public expense' and Administrative Regulation 420 relating to the proper disposition, handling and cremation of deceased inmates. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: The Department of Corrections does not have the expertise, equipment and/or licensing necessary. No other State agency offers cremation services. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division?
Contract #: 12154

Yes No
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a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? Hites Funeral Home and Crematory was the only respondent to Solicitation 201102. They have provided satisfactory service to the Department for the past four years. d. Last bid date: 03/01/2011 Anticipated re-bid date: 03/01/2015 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: FY08 to current; Department of Corrections. Service has been verified as satisfactory. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office as a: Nevada Corporation 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval BOE Final Approval

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Signature Date 04/27/2011 08:35:26 AM 04/27/2011 09:10:32 AM 04/29/2011 12:37:42 PM 05/10/2011 11:16:53 AM 05/13/2011 14:01:20 PM 05/18/2011 13:04:29 PM 05/18/2011 13:04:33 PM

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
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I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 11370 Amendment Number: Legal Entity Name: Contractor Name: Address: City/State/Zip 2 BOARD OF REGENTS-UNR CONTROLLERS OFFICE BOARD OF REGENTS-UNR CONTROLLERS OFFICE MAIL STOP 0124 RENO, NV 89557-0025

Agency Name:

RENEWABLE ENERGY & ENERGY EFFICIENCY AUTHORITY Agency Code: 590 Appropriation Unit: 4869-13 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: Jennifer Booth 775/784-4062 Vendor No.: D35000816 NV Business ID: State/NSHE To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2011-2012 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % Fees 0.00 % X Federal Funds 100.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % Other funding 0.00 % 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Previously Approved Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 08/11/2010

12/31/2011 1 year and 142 days Interlocal Agreement SEP Building Codes

5. Purpose of contract: This is the second amendment to the original interlocal contract, which develops training programs on both residential and commercial 2009 international energy conservation code (IECC); conduct workshops on the 2009 IECC program; provide technical assistance to local jurisdictions for adopting the 2009 IECC by American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA); and provide technical assistance to the Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Authority with development of state regulations to adopt the 2009 IECC and a minimum standard of energy efficiency for general purpose light and safe disposal and recycling of compact fluorescent light bulbs. This amendment increases the maximum amount from $209,901.19 to $289,502.19 to allow for additional meetings in rural Nevada. 6. CONTRACT AMENDMENT 1. The maximum amount of the original contract: 2. Total amount of any previous contract amendments: 3. Amount of current contract amendment: 4. New maximum contract amount: $200,000.00 $9,901.19 $79,601.00 $289,502.19

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? Section 410 of HR 1 ARRA (2009) and NRS 701 allow funding to support the State's goals of 2009 IECC, Code adoption. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work:
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Based on the contract signed between Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Authority (REEEA) and the Nevada State office of Energy (NSOE) the training workshop will be conducted by vendors such as the University System (please see contact #10768, Attachment A Scope of Work, II. Terms, C4). 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Not Applicable b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? d. Last bid date: No No

Anticipated re-bid date: No

10. Does the contract contain any IT components?

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is not registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office because the legal entity is a: Governmental Entity 15. Not Applicable 16. Not Applicable 17. Not Applicable 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval

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Signature Date 05/10/2011 09:20:09 AM 05/11/2011 11:25:59 AM 05/11/2011 11:26:03 AM 05/11/2011 11:26:06 AM 05/16/2011 12:38:29 PM 05/18/2011 17:33:36 PM 05/18/2011 17:33:44 PM

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I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 12226 Legal Entity Dale Douglas Ray Name: Contractor Name: Dale Douglas Ray Address: 11980 Meredith Court City/State/Zip Nampa, ID 83686

Agency Name: GAMING CONTROL BOARD Agency Code: 611 Appropriation Unit: 4061-04 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: null208-442-1558 Vendor No.: NV Business ID: NV20101311051 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2012-2015 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. X General Funds 100.00 % Fees 0.00 % Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % Other funding 0.00 % 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 07/01/2011

06/30/2015 4 years Contract Specialty Services

5. Purpose of contract: This is a new contract to provide racing steward services for the horse and mule races in accordance with NRS 466 and Regulation 30. 6. NEW CONTRACT The maximum amount of the contract for the term of the contract is: $50,000.00 Payment for services will be made at the rate of $500.00 per day Other basis for payment: plus $62.50 per hour for pre-race days, plus allowable expenses upon receipt of state-approved invoices.

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? NRS 466 and Nevada Gaming Commission Regulation 30 require that a racing steward oversee operation of the racing program, ensuring that racing is conducted legally and safely. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: The Gaming Control Board has insufficient expertise in the conduct of equine racing. We know of no state employees qualified to perform this service. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals:
Contract #: 12226

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b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? Vendor demonstrated best value through expertise, experience, and price. d. Last bid date: 03/21/2011 Anticipated re-bid date: 03/01/2015 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: Vendor currently under contract with State Gaming Control Board. Services are satisfactory. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is not registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office because the legal entity is a: Sole Proprietor 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? No b. If "No", is an exemption on file with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 17. Not Applicable 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval BOE Final Approval

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I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 11146 Amendment Number: Legal Entity Name: Contractor Name: Address: City/State/Zip 1 James Edwards James Edwards 13180 Thomas Creek Rd Reno, NV 89511

Agency Name: GAMING CONTROL BOARD Agency Code: 611 Appropriation Unit: 4061-04 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: null775-851-3572 Vendor No.: NV Business ID: NV20101332278 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2010-2013 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. X General Funds 100.00 % Fees 0.00 % Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % Other funding 0.00 % 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Previously Approved Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 05/17/2010

06/30/2011 3 years and 45 days Contract Instructor

5. Purpose of contract: This is an amendment to the original contract to conduct and oversee the Gaming Control Board's Gaming Academy to instruct agents on casino game play, casino protection, laws of arrest, and internal controls. This amendment extends the termination date from June 30, 2011, to June 30, 2013; increases the maximum amount from $9,000 to $20,000; and expands the scope of work to include additional venues. 6. CONTRACT AMENDMENT 1. The maximum amount of the original contract: 2. Total amount of any previous contract amendments: 3. Amount of current contract amendment: 4. New maximum contract amount: and/or the termination date of the original contract has changed to: $9,000.00 $0.00 $11,000.00 $20,000.00 06/30/2013

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? The Gaming Control Board's Gaming Academy trains new agents in methods to protect casino games. This requires expertise in casino games, and in regulatory oversight of casinos. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: The vendor recently retired from the Gaming Control Board in this capacity. His position was eliminated due to budget cuts. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited?
Contract #: 11146

No
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Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing No Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Not Applicable b. Soliciation Waiver: Sole Source Contract (As Approved by Chief of Purchasing) Approval #: 100503 Approval Date: 05/03/2010 c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? The vendor developed and has been teaching this course for over 10 years, and thus he is an expert on the topic. d. Last bid date: Anticipated re-bid date: 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? Yes If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? No If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: Not Applicable 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is not registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office because the legal entity is a: Sole Proprietor 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? No b. If "No", is an exemption on file with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 17. Not Applicable 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval 04/23/2010

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Signature Date 05/12/2011 16:53:47 PM 05/12/2011 16:53:53 PM 05/12/2011 16:53:57 PM 05/12/2011 16:54:01 PM 05/16/2011 11:04:24 AM 05/16/2011 11:04:29 AM 05/16/2011 11:04:33 AM

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I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 12222 Legal Entity Richard W. Scott, DVM Name: Contractor Name: Richard W. Scott, DVM Address: 8425 Log Cabin Way City/State/Zip Las Vegas, NV 89143-1038

Agency Name: GAMING CONTROL BOARD Agency Code: 611 Appropriation Unit: 4061-04 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: null702-645-9909 Vendor No.: NV Business ID: NV20111306282 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2012 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. X General Funds 100.00 % Fees 0.00 % Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % Other funding 0.00 % 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 07/01/2011

12/31/2011 183 days Contract Equine veterinarian

5. Purpose of contract: This is a new contract to provide veterinary services for the state's equine racing program. 6. NEW CONTRACT The maximum amount of the contract for the term of the contract is: $25,000.00 Payment for services will be made at the rate of $650.00 per day Other basis for payment: plus allowable expenses

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? The State Gaming Control Board is responsible for the oversight of the Equine Racing Program in Nevada. A state licensed veterinarian is needed at all race meets in accordance with NRS 466 and NGC Regulation 30 to oversee the health and welfare of the animals, their ability to compete fairly and safely, and in a legal manner. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: We know of no state employees qualified to perform this service. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: No Yes

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b. Soliciation Waiver: Sole Source Contract (As Approved by Chief of Purchasing) Approval #: 110203 Approval Date: 02/11/2011 c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? d. Last bid date: Anticipated re-bid date: No

10. Does the contract contain any IT components?

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: Vendor has been under contract by the Gaming Control Board. Services are satisfactory. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is not registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office because the legal entity is a: Sole Proprietor 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? No b. If "No", is an exemption on file with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 17. Not Applicable 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval BOE Final Approval

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Signature Date 05/10/2011 15:32:40 PM 05/10/2011 15:32:44 PM 05/10/2011 15:32:51 PM 05/10/2011 15:32:55 PM 05/13/2011 09:56:26 AM 05/13/2011 09:56:51 AM 05/13/2011 09:56:59 AM

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I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 10210 Amendment Number: Legal Entity Name: Contractor Name: Address: City/State/Zip 1 CLARK COUNTY, LAS VEGAS METROPOLITAN POLICE CLARK COUNTY, LAS VEGAS METROPOLITAN POLICE 5605 W. Badura Ave., Ste 120 B LAS VEGAS, NV 89118

Agency Name:

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY

Agency Code: 650 Appropriation Unit: 3740-40 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: Kim Murga 702-828-5665 Vendor No.: T81026920AN NV Business ID: Government Entity To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2010-2013 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % X Fees 100.00 % DNA Testing Fees Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % Other funding 0.00 % 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Previously Approved Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 07/01/2009

06/30/2011 4 years Interlocal Agreement DNA Testing

5. Purpose of contract: This is the first amendment to the original contract, which provides for biological specimens to be obtained from probationers or parolees to conduct genetic marker testing (DNA). This amendment extends the termination date from June 30, 2011 to June 30, 2013, and increases the maximum amount from $75,000 to $150,000 due to the continued need for these services. This testing is performed pursuant to NRS 176.0916. 6. CONTRACT AMENDMENT 1. The maximum amount of the original contract: 2. Total amount of any previous contract amendments: 3. Amount of current contract amendment: 4. New maximum contract amount: and/or the termination date of the original contract has changed to: $75,000.00 $0.00 $75,000.00 $150,000.00 06/30/2013

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? NRS 176.0916 - The Division of Parole and Probation shall arrange for a biological specimen to be obtained from certain probationers and/or parolees; collect the fees for obtaining the biological specimens and for testing; all identifying DNA information is to be submitted to the central repository. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: There are no State employees or agencies that perform this service.
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9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? No Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing No Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Not Applicable b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (LVMPD) lab is an accredited forensic lab. d. Last bid date: Anticipated re-bid date: 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? Yes If "Yes", please explain The LVMPD Lab is governed by the Clark County Commissioners. 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: The LVMPD Lab is the current lab performing these services. The quality of service has been satisfactory. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is not registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office because the legal entity is a: Governmental Entity 15. Not Applicable 16. Not Applicable 17. Not Applicable 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval

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Signature Date 12/09/2010 17:06:21 PM 05/04/2011 15:38:30 PM 05/05/2011 11:02:02 AM 05/10/2011 12:39:35 PM 05/20/2011 10:55:54 AM 05/20/2011 10:51:50 AM 05/20/2011 10:51:55 AM

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I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 11214 Amendment Number: Legal Entity Name: Contractor Name: Address: City/State/Zip 1 QUALITY TRI COUNTY JANITORIAL QUALITY TRI COUNTY JANITORIAL 698 W 4TH ST PO BOX 3084 WINNEMUCCA, NV 89445

Agency Name: DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY Agency Code: 650 Appropriation Unit: 3744-04 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: Meleen Ramos 775/623-2863 Vendor No.: T29001976 NV Business ID: NV20041444254 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2010-2014 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. X General Funds 70.00 % Fees 0.00 % Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % X Highway Funds 30.00 % Other funding 0.00 % 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Previously Approved Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 06/28/2010

06/30/2011 4 years and 3 days Contract Janitorial Service

5. Purpose of contract: This is the first amendment to the original contract which provides janitorial services at the Winnemucca Substation for the Department of Public Safety's Investigation Division, Highway Patrol Division, and Parole and Probation Division. This amendment extends the termination date from June 30, 2011 to June 30, 2014 and increases the maximum amount from $8,540 to $37,292 due to the continued need for these services. 6. CONTRACT AMENDMENT 1. The maximum amount of the original contract: 2. Total amount of any previous contract amendments: 3. Amount of current contract amendment: 4. New maximum contract amount: and/or the termination date of the original contract has changed to: $8,540.00 $0.00 $28,752.00 $37,292.00 06/30/2014

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? Public offices must be maintained in a clean and presentable condition. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: There are no State employees available in the area to provide this service. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited?
Contract #: 11214

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Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals:

No

b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? Janitorial Nia's bid was cost prohibitive. Basque Janitorial withdrew from the solicitation. Quality Tri Co. Janitorial provided a responsible bid. d. Last bid date: 04/22/2010 Anticipated re-bid date: 02/01/2011 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: Quality Tri Co. Janitorial currently provides janitorial services to the Department of Motor Vehicles in Winnemucca, NV. They also provide janitorial services to the Nevada Highway Patrol in Battle Mountain, Nevada. The services provided by the contractor have been satisfactory. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office as a: Nevada Corporation 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval
Contract #: 11214

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Signature Date 05/02/2011 13:47:40 PM 05/10/2011 11:41:39 AM 05/10/2011 14:05:55 PM 05/11/2011 12:20:38 PM 05/18/2011 07:33:39 AM 05/19/2011 08:21:23 AM 05/19/2011 08:21:27 AM
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CONTRACT SUMMARY
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I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 11913 Legal Entity BOARD OF REGENTS-College of Name: Southern Nevada, controllers office Contractor Name: BOARD OF REGENTS-College of Southern Nevada, controllers office Address: 3200 E CHEYENNE AVE City/State/Zip NORTH LAS VEGAS, NV 89030

Agency Name:

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY

Agency Code: 650 Appropriation Unit: 4691-16 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: null702/651-4344 Vendor No.: D35000800 NV Business ID: N/A To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2011-2015 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % X Fees 100.00 % Motorcycle Registration Fees Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % Other funding 0.00 % 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of Yes or b. other effective date: Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date 06/2011 Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No NA

06/30/2015 4 years and 30 days Interlocal Agreement Motorcycle Training

5. Purpose of contract: This is a new interlocal agreement to provide motorcycle safety training courses using the current edition of the Motorcycle Safety Foundation's Basic Rider Course and Experienced Rider Course curriculum. 6. NEW CONTRACT The maximum amount of the contract for the term of the contract is: $295,000.00 Other basis for payment: Reimbursement of $40.00 per student for BRC course and $20.00 per student for ERC course (see Attachment AA)

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? NRS 486.372(2) states the Director of the Department of Public Safety may contract for the provision of services necessary for the program. The primary and most effective services delivery system has proved to be contracting with the state's community colleges to provide the rider training. The colleges are the largest providers for training and impact the most people. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: This contract is an intrastate interlocal agreement between two State agencies. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals:
Contract #: 11913

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Not Applicable b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? d. Last bid date: Anticipated re-bid date: No

10. Does the contract contain any IT components?

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: The Nevada Department of Public Safety, Office of Traffic Safety, has used this contractor for many consecutive years. The services provided have been satisfactory. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is not registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office because the legal entity is a: Governmental Entity 15. Not Applicable 16. Not Applicable 17. Not Applicable 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval BOE Final Approval

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Signature Date 02/14/2011 08:48:04 AM 05/10/2011 12:55:26 PM 05/10/2011 14:14:56 PM 05/11/2011 12:13:03 PM 05/17/2011 16:30:04 PM 05/19/2011 08:11:56 AM 05/19/2011 08:11:59 AM

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I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 11906 Legal Entity TRUCKEE MEADOWS COMMUNITY Name: COLLEGE Contractor Name: TRUCKEE MEADOWS COMMUNITY COLLEGE Address: 7000 Dandini Blvd City/State/Zip RENO, NV 89512

Agency Name:

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY

Agency Code: 650 Appropriation Unit: 4691-16 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: fax # 775 857-4947 775 829-9010 Vendor No.: D35000812 NV Business ID: n/a To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2011-2015 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % X Fees 100.00 % Motorcycle Registration Fees Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % Other funding 0.00 % 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of Yes or b. other effective date: Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date 06/2011 Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No NA

06/30/2015 4 years and 30 days Interlocal Agreement Motorcycle Training

5. Purpose of contract: This is a new interlocal agreement to provide motorcycle safety training courses using the current edition of the Motorcycle Safety Foundation's Basic Rider Course and Experienced Rider Course curriculum. 6. NEW CONTRACT The maximum amount of the contract for the term of the contract is: $295,000.00 Other basis for payment: Reimbursement of $40.00/per student for BRC course and $20.00/per student for ERC Course (see Attachment AA)

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? NRS 486.372.2 states the Director of the Department of Public Safety may contract for the provision of services necessary for the program. The primary and most effective services delivery system has proved to be contracting with the state's community colleges to provide the rider training. The colleges are the largest providers for training and impact the most people. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: This contract is an intrastate interlocal agreement between two State agencies. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals:
Contract #: 11906

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Not Applicable b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? d. Last bid date: Anticipated re-bid date: No

10. Does the contract contain any IT components?

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: The Nevada Department of Public Safety, Office of Traffic Safety, has used this contractor for many years. The services provided have been satisfactory. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is not registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office because the legal entity is a: Governmental Entity 15. Not Applicable 16. Not Applicable 17. Not Applicable 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval BOE Final Approval

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Signature Date 02/14/2011 08:49:37 AM 05/10/2011 16:26:20 PM 05/11/2011 06:53:18 AM 05/11/2011 12:09:54 PM 05/17/2011 16:20:09 PM 05/19/2011 08:15:09 AM 05/19/2011 08:15:13 AM

Contract #: 11906

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I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 10886 Amendment Number: Legal Entity Name: Contractor Name: Address: City/State/Zip 2 RATS RAPID AUTO TRANSPORT RATS RAPID AUTO TRANSPORT SERVICE LLC 75 BANK ST STE 1 SPARKS, NV 89431-6200

Agency Name: DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY Agency Code: 650 Appropriation Unit: 4713-04 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: TTCANDA08@ATT.NET 775/356-6294 Vendor No.: T29022382 NV Business ID: NV20071240601 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2010-2013 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % Fees 0.00 % Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % X Highway Funds 100.00 % Other funding 0.00 % 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Previously Approved Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 09/25/2009

12/31/2011 3 years and 279 days Contract Vehicle Transport

5. Purpose of contract: This is the second amendment to the original contract, which provides vehicle transport services between Elko and Reno for Department of Public Safety, Highway Patrol Division, excessed and/or totaled vehicles. This amendment extends the termination date from December 31, 2011 to June 30, 2013 and increases the maximum amount from $9,900 to $24,300 due to the division anticipating an increased need for this service. 6. CONTRACT AMENDMENT 1. The maximum amount of the original contract: 2. Total amount of any previous contract amendments: 3. Amount of current contract amendment: 4. New maximum contract amount: and/or the termination date of the original contract has changed to: $5,000.00 $4,900.00 $14,400.00 $24,300.00 06/30/2013

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? NHP vehicles that cannot be driven need to be transported for purposes of being excessed or scrapped. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: State employees in the Department of Public Safety - Highway Patrol Division are not licensed nor is the necessary equipment available. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited?
Contract #: 10886

Yes
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Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals:

No

b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? Lowest Responsible Bidder d. Last bid date: 02/01/2009 Anticipated re-bid date: 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

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III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: This vendor has provided services for the Department of Public Safety, Highway Patrol Division, since 9/25/2009. Work has been satisfactory. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office as a: LLC 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval

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Signature Date 02/14/2011 17:47:00 PM 05/04/2011 10:16:31 AM 05/04/2011 13:05:14 PM 05/10/2011 13:35:01 PM 05/18/2011 09:48:08 AM 05/19/2011 08:24:47 AM 05/19/2011 08:24:52 AM

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I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 12168 Legal Entity RENO FORKLIFT, INC. Name: Contractor Name: RENO FORKLIFT, INC. Address: 171 CONEY ISLAND DR City/State/Zip SPARKS, NV 89431

Agency Name: DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY Agency Code: 650 Appropriation Unit: 4713-04 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: null775/329-1384 Vendor No.: PUR0000562 NV Business ID: NV19791006438 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2011-2015 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % Fees 0.00 % Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % X Highway Funds 100.00 % Other funding 0.00 % Agency Reference #: 650 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of Yes or b. other effective date: Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date 06/2011 Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No NA

06/30/2015 4 years and 30 days Contract Scale Certification

5. Purpose of contract: This is a new contract to provide certification, repair, and calibration on semi portable, portable and Weigh-InMotion scales utilized to weigh commercially rated vehicles, such as semi-trucks, for compliance with the weight limits on Nevada roads by the Nevada Highway Patrol Commercial Unit. 6. NEW CONTRACT The maximum amount of the contract for the term of the contract is: $40,000.00 Other basis for payment: Ninety-Five Dollars ($95.00) per hour plus the cost of parts, materials, and shipping as needed for certification and/or repairs. Payment upon completion of services and receipt of invoice.

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? Scales used by Nevada Highway Patrol need to be maintained, repaired, and recalibrated for annual inspections by the Nevada Bureau of Weights and Measures. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: There are no State employees qualified to perform this service. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals:
Contract #: 12168

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b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? Lowest responsible bidder. d. Last bid date: 02/01/2011 Anticipated re-bid date: 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

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III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: Vendor has previously provided service for the division and service was satisfactory. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office as a: Nevada Corporation 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? Yes 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? Yes 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval BOE Final Approval

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Signature Date 04/26/2011 19:45:15 PM 04/28/2011 17:23:27 PM 05/02/2011 15:49:31 PM 05/04/2011 09:09:47 AM 05/10/2011 15:17:34 PM 05/18/2011 16:21:23 PM 05/18/2011 16:21:26 PM

Contract #: 12168

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
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I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 12203 Legal Entity GARDNERVILLE RANCHOS GENERAL Name: IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT Contractor Name: GARDNERVILLE RANCHOS GENERAL IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT Address: 931 MITCH DR City/State/Zip GARDNERVILLE, NV 89460

Agency Name:

WILDLIFE

Agency Code: 702 Appropriation Unit: 1511-91 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: null775/265-2048 Vendor No.: T80245380 NV Business ID: N/A To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2011-2014 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % Fees 0.00 % Federal Funds 0.00 % X Bonds 100.00 % Q-1 Highway Funds 0.00 % Other funding 0.00 % Agency Reference #: 11-58 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of Yes or b. other effective date: Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date 06/2011 Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No NA

12/31/2013 2 years and 214 days Interlocal Agreement Mitch Park Pond

5. Purpose of contract: This is a new interlocal contract for the construction of an urban fishing pond in Mitch Park in Gardnerville, NV. The pond will be open to the general public as part of a larger park project. Work includes excavation, landscaping, and procuring and installing a liner, a water line, fish habitat, a kiosk, and park seating and picnic facilities. The pond will be stocked with fish. Additional funding will be provided by Gardnerville Ranchos General Improvement District. 6. NEW CONTRACT The maximum amount of the contract for the term of the contract is: $262,500.00 Other basis for payment: 75% of amounts invoiced to GRGID by contractors (up to the aggregate maximum)

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? This project enhances recreational opportunities related to wildlife. Question One bund funds were approved for the design and construction of a two-acre fishing pond (Mitch Park Urban Fishing Pond) in the Gardnerville Ranchos General Improvement District (GRGID) as part of a 20-acre master planned park area with immediate access off main roads. The pond will be open to the general public both within and outside of the boundaries of the District. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: The Nevada Department of Wildlife (NDOW) is only providing a portion of the funding for development of the pond. GRGID will be contracting out the work and providing the balance of the project cost. The Department does not have the manpower for this kind of construction. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited?
Contract #: 12203

No
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Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing No Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Not Applicable b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? Government agency. GRGID owns the Mitch Park property and will contract out the work. GRGID is willing to work with NDOW to provide recreational fishing opportunities for the general public through construction of this pond. d. Last bid date: Anticipated re-bid date: 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: Other government agencies, including NDOW for work on the design phase of this project, which was satisfactory. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is not registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office because the legal entity is a: Governmental Entity 15. Not Applicable 16. Not Applicable 17. Not Applicable 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval BOE Final Approval

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Signature Date 05/04/2011 12:53:32 PM 05/04/2011 12:53:35 PM 05/04/2011 12:53:38 PM 05/04/2011 12:53:41 PM 05/09/2011 11:53:18 AM 05/18/2011 17:50:59 PM 05/18/2011 17:51:03 PM

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
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I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 12188 Legal Entity North Dakota State University Dept. of Name: Biological Sciences Contractor Name: North Dakota State University Dept. of Biological Sciences Address: 218 Stevens Hall City/State/Zip Fargo, ND 58105

Agency Name:

WILDLIFE

Agency Code: 702 Appropriation Unit: 4452-53 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: null701-231-7149 Vendor No.: NV Business ID: N/A To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2011-2014 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % Fees 0.00 % X Federal Funds 50.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % X Other funding 50.00 % State match Agency Reference #: 11-59 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of Yes or b. other effective date: Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date 06/2011 Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No NA

06/30/2014 3 years and 30 days Interlocal Agreement Poolfish Study

5. Purpose of contract: This is a new interlocal contract for a three-year research study on the genetic structure and local adaptation of Pahrump poolfish - an endangered native fish occurring only in Southern Nevada. The purpose is to prevent extinction and aid recovery and de-listing. De-listing would reduce the regulatory burden and allow public and private activities that might otherwise be precluded. North Dakota State University has specialized expertise applicable to this work. 6. NEW CONTRACT The maximum amount of the contract for the term of the contract is: $100,000.00 Other basis for payment: Upon receipt of valid invoices and approval of department's project manager.

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? Pahrump poolfish is an endangered native fish found only in three refuge populations in Southern Nevada. Information from this study is necessary to appropriately manage those three populations of this rare species to prevent extinction and to implement actions that will lead to species recovery and removal from the Federal Endangered Species Act. NDOW is the lead agency for the Pahrump Poolfish Recovery Team. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: North Dakota State University Department of Biological Sciences and Dr. Craig Stockwell have developed specific methods and expertise in genetic and phenotypic variation analysis of rare endemic fishes, applicable to this unique species. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited?
Contract #: 12188

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Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing No Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Not Applicable b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? Government agency (university biology department). To our knowledge, this expertise is not available elsewhere. d. Last bid date: Anticipated re-bid date: 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? No If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: Not Applicable 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is not registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office because the legal entity is a: Governmental Entity 15. Not Applicable 16. Not Applicable 17. Not Applicable 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval BOE Final Approval

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Signature Date 04/28/2011 14:51:41 PM 04/28/2011 14:51:44 PM 04/28/2011 14:51:46 PM 04/28/2011 14:51:57 PM 05/09/2011 11:52:22 AM 05/18/2011 17:52:49 PM 05/18/2011 17:52:54 PM

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CONTRACT SUMMARY
(This form must accompany all contracts submitted to the Board of Examiners (BOE) for review and approval)

I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: CONV5727 Amendment Number: Legal Entity Name: Contractor Name: Address: City/State/Zip 1 SKYTRAC SKYTRAC 200-170 RUTLAND ROAD N. KELOWNA, BC V1X 3B2

Agency Name: WILDLIFE DIVISION Agency Code: 702 Appropriation Unit: 4452-35 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: SUSAN GILL 2507652393 Vendor No.: F00000090 NV Business ID: N/A To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2008-2014 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % X Fees 100.00 % License fees Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % Other funding 0.00 % Agency Reference #: 08-58 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Previously Approved Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 05/06/2008

06/30/2011 6 years and 56 days Contract Aircraft Operations Services

5. Purpose of contract: This is the first amendment to the original contract, which provides for in-flight tracking of department aircraft in case emergencies or catastrophic events occur during the 1,400 hours flown by department aircraft annually. The department flies helicopters and fixed-wing aircraft for wildlife surveys statewide. This amendment extends the termination date from June 30, 2011 to June 30, 2014 and increases the maximum amount from $9,009 to $17,236 due to the cost for the term of the extension and continued need for services. There is no change in the existing rate structure. 6. CONTRACT AMENDMENT 1. The maximum amount of the original contract: 2. Total amount of any previous contract amendments: 3. Amount of current contract amendment: 4. New maximum contract amount: and/or the termination date of the original contract has changed to: $9,009.00 $0.00 $8,227.00 $17,236.00 06/30/2014

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? This is a flight safety issue for NDOW. NDOW flies helicopter and fixed wing aircraft a total of about 1,400 hours annually. Much of the terrain surveyed is high altitude and mountainous. In the event of an emergency landing or crash, NDOW dispatch operations will have near real-time location data for the aircraft, allowing for time-sensitive and potentially life-saving response by emergency responders.
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8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: The technology is not available to provide this service. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? No Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing No Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Not Applicable b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? SkyTrac manufactures the equipment installed on NDOW aircraft, which was obtained through the Purchasing division in 2008. NDOW investigated and learned that if we select another flight service provider that can interface with the equipment, that provider would still be required to use the SkyTrac network to obtain and share the date with us and such third party vendor would be charged by SkyTrac. Therefore, such an arrangement would not save the State any money, especially in light of the low dollar value of this contract amendment (roughly $2,800 per year). Replacing the devices would be equally impractical - they have about four years of remaining life. d. Last bid date: Anticipated re-bid date: 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? No If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: Not Applicable 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is not registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office because the legal entity is a: Other 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? No b. If "No", is an exemption on file with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? No If "No", to a. AND b., please explain why the contractor does not have an SBL or an exemption. For the purposes of NRS 76, SkyTrac is not doing business in Nevada. It meets none of the criteria of NRS 76.100(6). SkyTrac is a Canadian LLC headquartered is in British Columbia. It has no facilities or personnel in Nevada and communicates with the Department by phone, email and SkyTrac's website. SkyTrac tracks Department aircraft via signals automatically sent to satellites from Department-owned equipment on the aircraft. The Department reads locations from SkyTrac's web site. 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? No b. If "NO", please explain.

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Not required to register, per NRS 86.5483(3). As explained above, and for NRS 86.544 (foreign limited liability companies), SkyTrac is not transacting business in Nevada (NRS 86.5461). Interstate commerce is exempt NRS 86.5483(1)(m); in this case the commerce is foreign. SkyTrac does not own the equipment on Department aircraft, has no facilities or employees in Nevada, and communicates from Canada via phone, email, and by Department employees accessing SkyTrac's web site. 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval

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Signature Date 05/09/2011 11:12:24 AM 05/09/2011 11:12:27 AM 05/09/2011 11:12:30 AM 05/09/2011 11:12:33 AM 05/19/2011 09:22:37 AM 05/20/2011 08:16:28 AM 05/20/2011 08:16:31 AM

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I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 12080 Legal Entity UNLV Office of Sponsored Projects Name: Contractor Name: UNLV Office of Sponsored Projects Address: Box 451055 4505 S. Maryland Parkway City/State/Zip Las Vegas, NV 89154-1055

Agency Name: WILDLIFE Agency Code: 702 Appropriation Unit: 4452-53 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: null702-895-1357 Vendor No.: D35000813 NV Business ID: N/A To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2012-2014 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % Fees 0.00 % X Federal Funds 31.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % X Other funding 69.00 % State Matching Funds (Clark County) Agency Reference #: 11-56 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of Yes or b. other effective date: Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date 06/2012 Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No NA

06/30/2014 2 years and 29 days Interlocal Agreement Relict leopard frog

5. Purpose of contract: This is a new interlocal contract for the implementation of intensive conservation actions including monitoring, rearing animals for translocation, and habitat restoration, to help prevent the extinction of the relict leopard frog - a candidate species for listing as endangered. Such listing would increase the regulatory burden and may prevent or restrict public and private activities and development. This species is only found in or near Clark County. UNLV will provide manpower and expertise. 6. NEW CONTRACT The maximum amount of the contract for the term of the contract is: $109,996.00 Other basis for payment: Upon receipt of valid invoices and approval of the project manager.

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? The relict leopard frog Rana Onca is a rare endemic amphibian species found only in Clark County Nevada and nearby locations along the Colorado and Virgin Rivers. It is a tier 1 priority species in the Nevada Wildlife Action Plan and is a candidate for listing under the Federal Endangered Species Act (ESA). Effective and successful implementation of cooperative conservation actions for this species is essential to prevent extinction, improve its conservation status, prevent Federal listing as an endangered species under the ESA, and meet Nevada's commitments under the multi-party Relict Leopard Frog Conservation Agreement. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: Implementation of intensive conservation actions including monitoring, rearing of animals for translocation, and habitat restoration requires specialized expertise, local knowledge and/or staffing requirements that are not available through NDOW or other State agencies.
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9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? No Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing No Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Not Applicable b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? Government agency. UNLV (the contractor) is located in southern Nevada in proximity to areas where conservation actions will be implemented. UNLV and the principal investigator have specific expertise in required sampling methods, translocation techniques and habitat requirements and restoration techniques for the frog. UNLV has a history of successful conservation implementation for this species under funding provided in previous years by the National Park Service and Clark County. d. Last bid date: Anticipated re-bid date: 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: NDOW has entered into numerous contracts with UNLV in past years. Currently, UNLV is performing contract services for fisheries research for NDOW. Services have always been satisfactory. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is not registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office because the legal entity is a: Governmental Entity 15. Not Applicable 16. Not Applicable 17. Not Applicable 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval BOE Final Approval

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Signature Date 05/03/2011 16:34:21 PM 05/03/2011 16:34:24 PM 05/03/2011 16:34:26 PM 05/03/2011 16:34:29 PM 05/09/2011 11:51:09 AM 05/18/2011 17:49:28 PM 05/18/2011 17:49:32 PM

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I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 12016 Legal Entity USDA FOREST SERVICE HumboldtName: Toiyabe National Forest Contractor Name: USDA FOREST SERVICE HumboldtToiyabe National Forest Address: 1200 FRANKLIN WAY City/State/Zip SPARKS, NV 89431

Agency Name:

WILDLIFE

Agency Code: 702 Appropriation Unit: 4452-76 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: null775-355-5375 Vendor No.: PUR0001345 NV Business ID: N/A To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2011-2012 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % X Fees 25.00 % Habitat Conservation X Federal Funds 75.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % Other funding 0.00 % Agency Reference #: 11-52 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of Yes or b. other effective date: Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date 06/2011 Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No NA

12/31/2011 213 days Contract Stocks/Holloway Rstr

5. Purpose of contract: This is a new interlocal contract for physical restoration and improvement of Stocks Creek/Holloway Meadow, located in the Santa Rosa Range in Humboldt County. The meadow is a habitat for sage-grouse, an at-risk species. The project will benefit many other wildlife species, including pronghorn, mule deer and passerine birds, and is consistent with the objectives outlined in the Greater Sage-Grouse Conservation Plan for Nevada and Eastern California. 6. NEW CONTRACT The maximum amount of the contract for the term of the contract is: $38,000.00 Payment for services will be made at the rate of $0.00 per n/a Other basis for payment: Payment will be make upon receipt of an official invoice either at the end of each month in which the project is being implemented, or in one lump sum upon completion of the project in its entirety. Project Manager approal required per invoice.

II. JUSTIFICATION
7. What conditions require that this work be done? The Greater Sage-Grouse species was found warranted, but precluded for listing under the Endangered Species Act in March of 2010. Allowing existing conditions to continue would eventually lead to potential loss of meadow and sage-grouse rearing habitat. Improving the condition of the Stocks Creek/Holloway Meadow will translate into improved late brood rearing habitat for the Greater Sage-Grouse in the Santa Rosa Population Management Unit. The plan is consistent with the goals and objectives outlined in the First Edition of the Greater Sage-Grouse Conservation Plan for Nevada and Eastern California. The project will also benefit many other species such as pronghorn, mule deer and passerine birds.
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8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: Work associated with this project involves survey, engineering and design by a qualified hydrologist as well as a construction crew qualified to operate heavy machinery necessary to implement the project. The U.S. Forest Service has qualified employees able to conduct this type of work and who specialize in stream/meadow restoration. The Nevada Department of Wildlife has neither construction crews nor specialists in these areas. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? No Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing No Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Not Applicable b. Soliciation Waiver: Not Applicable c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? The US Forest Service is a government agency and the project occurs on US Forest Service- Santa Rosa Ranger District lands. d. Last bid date: Anticipated re-bid date: 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

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11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: The U.S.D.A. Forest Service (USDAFS) has contracted with various Nevada State agencies in the past including NDOW. Joint projects with USDAFS in the past have been satisfactory. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is not registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office because the legal entity is a: Governmental Entity 15. Not Applicable 16. Not Applicable 17. Not Applicable 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval
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CONTRACT SUMMARY
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I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: CONV5702 Amendment Number: Legal Entity Name: Contractor Name: Address: City/State/Zip 3 CLS AMERICA, INC. CLS AMERICA, INC. 1441 MC CORMICK DRIVE LARGO, MD 20774

Agency Name: WILDLIFE DIVISION Agency Code: 702 Appropriation Unit: 4457-28 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: null3019254411 Vendor No.: T29008083 NV Business ID: N/A - See NRS attachment To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2009-2013 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % Fees 0.00 % Federal Funds 0.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % X Other funding 100.00 % Heritage program funds Agency Reference #: 09-30 2. Contract start date: a. Effective upon Board of No Examiner's approval? Anticipated BOE meeting date Retroactive? If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 3. Previously Approved Termination Date: Contract term: 4. Type of contract: Contract description: No or b. other effective date 06/2011 09/08/2008

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5. Purpose of contract: This is the third amendment to the original contract, which provides satellite animal tracking data transmission. The data is sent from animal collars to the vendor via satellite. The data is critical for the department and land management agencies to make appropriate population and habitat management decisions. This amendment extends the termination date from June 30, 2011 to June 30, 2013 and increases the maximum amount from $56,880 to $94,880 due to the cost of continuing this service for two more years using the existing collars in lieu of incurring the additional cost of replacing the collars (including hardware, trapping and collaring) in order to change data providers. 6. CONTRACT AMENDMENT 1. The maximum amount of the original contract: 2. Total amount of any previous contract amendments: 3. Amount of current contract amendment: 4. New maximum contract amount: and/or the termination date of the original contract has changed to: $24,000.00 $32,880.00 $38,000.00 $94,880.00 06/30/2013

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The data sent by animal collars to CLS America by satellite (and accessed remotely by the Department) will allow the Department to better understand the migration routes and movement patterns that big game animals have across the landscape. This information is critical for the Department and land management agencies to make appropriate population and habitat management decisions that will result in the long-term propagation and conservation of the species in relation to large-scale projects such as mining, energy development, transportation corridors and urban expansion, all of which are potentially detrimental to wildlife. 8. Explain why State employees in your agency or other State agencies are not able to do this work: The Department has no control over or access to the use of satellites for tracking animal movements. 9. Were quotes or proposals solicited? No Was the solicitation (RFP) done by the Purchasing No Division? a. If yes, list the names of vendors that submitted proposals: Not Applicable b. Soliciation Waiver: Sole Source Contract (As Approved by Chief of Purchasing) Approval #: 080802B Approval Date: 08/06/2008 c. Why was this contractor chosen in preference to other? The services provided by CLS America for transmission of data from animals with satellite transmitters is considered unique; an approved solicitation waiver request form was received from State Purchasing. d. Last bid date: Anticipated re-bid date: 10. Does the contract contain any IT components? No

III. OTHER INFORMATION


11. a. Is the contractor a consultant that is providing an opinion or advice as defined in S.A.M. Chapter 300? (S.A.M. states "a consultant is a person that provides information, an opinion, or advice for a fee") No b. Is the contractor a current employee of the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", is contractor planning to render services while on annual leave, compensatory time, sick leave, or on his own time? (Please explain) Not Applicable c. Was the contractor formerly employed by the State of Nevada within the past one (1) year? No If "Yes", please provide employment termination date. d. Is the contractor employed by any of Nevada's political subdivisions or by any other government? No If "Yes", please explain Not Applicable 12. Has the contractor ever been engaged under contract by any State agency? Yes If "Yes", specify when and for which agency and indicate if the quality of service provided to the identified agency has been verified as satisfactory: For the Department of Wildlife 2007-June, 2011. Their service was exemplary. 13. Is the contractor currently involved in litigation with the State of Nevada? No If "Yes", please provide details of the litigation and facts supporting approval of the contract: Not Applicable 14. The contractor is not registered with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office because the legal entity is a: Other Foreign (non-Nevada) corporation. 15. a. Is the Contractor Name the same as the legal Entity Name? Yes 16. a. Does the contractor have a current Nevada State Business License (SBL)? No b. If "No", is an exemption on file with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? No If "No", to a. AND b., please explain why the contractor does not have an SBL or an exemption. For NRS 76, CLS America is not doing business in Nevada. It meets none of the criteria of NRS 76.100(6). It provides animal telemetry via satellite-GPS collars not owned by CLS, placed on animals by another company. The Department reads the telemetry data from CLS's website. CLS headquarters is in Maryland. It has no employees or equipment in Nevada at any time. CLS communicates with the Department from out of State by phone and email. 17. a. Is the legal entity active and in good standing with the Nevada Secretary of State's Office? No b. If "NO", please explain.
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As explained above, and under NRS 80.015(1)(m) (transacting business in interstate commerce), CLs America is a foreign corporation not doing business in Nevada. Therefore, it is not subject to NRS 80.010 and 80.110. The contractor does not own the collars that send data to the satellites that provide telemetry that the Department reads from CLS's website. It has not office, equipment or employees in Nevada and communicates with the Department from out of State by phone and email. 18. Agency Field Contract Monitor: 19. Contract Status: Contract Approvals: Approval Level Budget Account Approval Division Approval Department Approval Contract Manager Approval Budget Analyst Approval Team Lead Approval BOE Agenda Approval

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I. DESCRIPTION OF CONTRACT
1. Contract Number: 11771 Amendment Number: Legal Entity Name: Contractor Name: Address: City/State/Zip 1 NEVADA WATERFOWL ASSOCIATION NEVADA WATERFOWL ASSOCIATION 5081 W ALBURQUERQUE RD RENO, NV 89511

Agency Name: WILDLIFE Agency Code: 702 Appropriation Unit: 4458-13 Is budget authority Yes available?: If "No" please explain: Not Applicable

Contact/Phone: null775/853-8331 Vendor No.: T29024374 NV Business ID: NV19871035027 To what State Fiscal Year(s) will the contract be charged? 2011-2012 What is the source of funds that will be used to pay the contractor? Indicate the percentage of each funding source if the contractor will be paid by multiple funding sources. General Funds 0.00 % X Fees 80.00 % Duck stamps X Federal Funds 20.00 % Bonds 0.00 % Highway Funds 0.00 % Other funding 0.00 % Age