Duties of Contractor
- Promote family strength and stability
- Enhance parental functioning
- Protect children through the development and expansion of family preservation and community-based family support services
- Provide a new opportunity for states and eligible Indian tribes to review current strategies for meeting the service needs of children and their families
- Identify service gaps and barriers
- Develop and carry out a comprehensive five-year plan for providing a continuum
of services to families and their children.
Contractor must perform the services and provide the deliverables described in Section 2.3 – Services to be Delivered (the “Agreement Activities”). An obligation to provide delivery of any commodity is considered a service and is an Agreement Activity.
Contractor must furnish all labor, equipment, materials, and supplies necessary for the performance of the Agreement Activities, and meet operational standards, unless otherwise specified in Section 2.3 – Services to be Delivered.
- Perform the Agreement Activities in a timely, professional, safe, and workmanlike manner consistent with standards in the trade, profession, or industry;
- Meet or exceed the performance and operational standards, and specifications of this Agreement;
- Provide all Agreement Activities in good quality, with no material defects;
- Not interfere with MDHHS’s operations;
- Obtain and maintain all necessary licenses, permits or other authorizations necessary for the performance of this Agreement;
- Cooperate with MDHHS, including MDHHS’s quality assurance personnel, and any third party to achieve the objectives of this Agreement;
- Return to MDHHS any State-furnished equipment or other resources in the same condition as when provided when no longer required for this Agreement;
- Not make any media releases without prior written authorization from MDHHS;
- Assign to MDHHS any claims resulting from state or federal antitrust violations to the extent that those violations concern materials or services supplied by third parties toward fulfillment of this Agreement;
- Comply with all State physical and IT security policies and standards which will be made available upon request; and
- Provide MDHHS priority in performance of this Agreement except as mandated by federal disaster response requirements.
Any breach under this provision is considered a material breach.
Contractor must also be clearly identifiable while on State property by wearing identification issued by the State, and clearly identify themselves whenever making contact with the State.