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County of Los AngelesDEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND FAMILY SERVICES425 Shatto Place, Los Angeles, California 90020(213) 351-5602Board of SupervisorsHILDA L. SOLISFirst DistrictBRANDON T. NICHOLSActing DirectorMARK RIDLEY-THOMASSecond DistrictSHEILA KUEHLThird DistrictJune 1320, 2017REVISEDThe Honorable Board of SupervisorsCounty of Los Angeles383 Kenneth Hahn Hall of Administration500 West Temple StreetLos Angeles, CA 90012JANICE HAHNFourth DistrictKATHRYN BARGERFifth DistrictDear Supervisors:TRANSITIONAL HOUSING FOR TRANSITION AGE YOUTH(INDEPENDENT LIVING PROGRAM) SERVICES CONTRACT WITHTHE LOS ANGELES HOMELESS SERVICES AUTHORITY(ALL DISTRICTS) (3 VOTES)SUBJECTThe Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) requests approval of a contractwith the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA) for services to administerand oversee the Independent Living Program (ILP), also known as the TransitionalHousing for Transition Age Youth (TAY) Program, effective July 1, 2017 or date ofexecution, whichever is later, through June 30, 2020 2018 or three one years from thedate of execution, whichever is later, with an option to extend for up to two additional oneyear renewal periods, at a Maximum Contract Sum of 8,614,668, financed by 55 percentfederal and 45 percent state ILP funds.IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT THE BOARD:1.Delegate authority to the Acting Director of DCFS, or designee, to execute a contractwith LAHSA, substantially similar to Attachment I, to administer and oversee servicesfor former DCFS and Probation foster youth, which includes basic life skills training,resource referrals, and up to 36 months of housing. The term of the contract will beeffective July 1, 2017 or date of execution, whichever is later, through June 30, 20202018 or three one years from the date of execution, whichever is later, with an optionto extend for up to two additional one-year renewal periods, at a Maximum ContractSum of 8,614,668 for the three-year contract term, financed by 55 percent federaland 45 percent state funding. There will be no impact on net County cost (NCC).The Maximum Annual Contract Sum for each the first year of the contract term shallnot exceed 2,871,556 2,584,400.“To Enrich Lives Through Effective and Caring Service”

The Honorable Board of SupervisorsJune 1320, 2017Page 22.Delegate authority to the Acting Director of DCFS, or designee, to executeamendments to the contract to increase or decrease the Maximum Annual ContractSum by no more than ten percent for any one year of the contract term, correlated toan increase or decrease in units of service, provided that (a) sufficient funding isavailable; (b) prior County Counsel approval is obtained; and (c) the DCFS Directoror his designee notifies the Chief Executive Office (CEO) and the Board in writingwithin ten working days of execution.3.Delegate authority to the Acting Director of DCFS, or designee, to prepare andexecute amendments to the contract for changes affecting the scope of work or toany of the terms or conditions included under this contract, including changes to thepayment structure of the contract, provided that (a) such amendments are consistentwith applicable federal, state, and County requirements and (b) the prior approval ofCounty Counsel is obtained; and (c) the DCFS Director or his designee notifies theChief Executive Office (CEO) and the Board in writing within ten working days ofexecution.PURPOSE/JUSTIFICATION OF RECOMMENDED ACTIONLAHSA is a public Joint Powers Authority between the City of Los Angeles and the Countyof Los Angeles. California Department of Social Services (CDSS) contracting regulationsOPS 01-02, Purchase of Service, Section 23-650.1.14, permits DCFS to procurecontracts with a public agency such as LAHSA through negotiation. In addition, LAHSAservices are unique in nature in which it is the only agency in the Los Angeles Countyequipped to adequately address the housing and service needs for the identified targetpopulation.The recommended actions will allow LAHSA to continue to act as the administrative agentfor the housing program and ensure supportive services for the TAY according to thecontract.Implementation of Los Angeles County's Strategic Plan GoalsThe recommended actions are consistent with Strategy I.2, Enhance Our Delivery ofComprehensive Interventions, and the DCFS goal of self-sufficiency. Continued provisionof ILP services to youth who have transitioned out of foster care will help facilitate theirefforts to become self-sufficient adults.FISCAL IMPACT/FINANCINGThe Maximum Contract Sum for the three-year term of the contract is 8,614,668, whichwill be financed using 55 percent federal and 45 percent state funding. There is no netCounty cost. The Maximum Annual Contract Sum for any one the first year of the contract

The Honorable Board of SupervisorsJune 1320, 2017Page 3is 2,871,556 2,584,400. Sufficient funding is included in the DCFS’ Fiscal Year 201718 budget request, and will be included for subsequent fiscal years in DCFS’ future budgetrequests.FACTS AND PROVISIONS/LEGAL REQUIREMENTSLAHSA is a Joint Powers Authority established in 1993 as an independent agency by theCounty of Los Angeles and the City of Los Angeles. LAHSA is the lead agency in LosAngeles coordinating federal, state, County, and city funds for programs providing shelter,housing, and services to homeless persons in the County and City of Los Angeles.The ILP or Transitional Housing for TAY is administered in accordance with the federalJohn H. Chafee Foster Care Independence Act (Chafee Act). The Chafee Act authorizesDCFS and the Probation Department to provide independent living services, includinghousing, for former DCFS and Probation foster youth.The contract includes a provision that states that the County has no obligation,whatsoever, to pay for any expenditures incurred by LAHSA that exceed the MaximumContract Sum or the Maximum Annual Contract Sum. Further, the contract allows theCounty to increase or decrease the Maximum Annual Contract Sum by no more than 10percent to accommodate any changes in units of service. LAHSA will not be asked toperform service beyond the contract term.In addition, because LAHSA is a pass-through government entity they must have theability to get an advance on administrative funding as LAHSA does not have its ownsources of funds, as Los Angeles City or County would have in the form of general funds.Therefore, DCFS added a provision in the contract to allot LAHSA two months of advancepayments at the beginning of each contract term.DCFS has determined that Living Wage Program (County Code Chapter 2.201) and theLocal Small Business Enterprise Preference Program (County Code Chapter 2.204) donot apply to the contract.The Probation Department has reviewed and approved the contract.The contract is in compliance with all Board and CEO requirements. County Counsel andthe CEO have reviewed this Board letter. County Counsel approved the contract as toform.CONTRACTING PROCESSThis contract was developed in accordance with CDSS Manual Letter OPS 01-02,Purchase of Service, Section 23-650.1.14, which permits contracting with a public agencythrough a procurement by negotiation process.

The Honorable Board of SupervisorsJune 1320, 2017Page 4A Notice of Intent to procure by negotiation a contract with LAHSA was submitted to theBoard on August 12, 2016. DCFS’ negotiation with LAHSA resulted in the attachedcontract.IMPACT ON CURRENT SERVICESApproval of the recommended action will enable DCFS to provide for the continuation oflife skills training, support services, and housing to former DCFS and Probation fosteryouth. These services will enhance the lives of TAY and assist them in becomingeconomically self-sufficient adults who are independent of the foster care system.CONCLUSIONUpon approval by the Board of Supervisors, it is requested that the ExecutiveOfficer/Clerk of the Board send an adopted stamped copy of the Board letter andattachment to:Department of Children and Family ServicesContracts Administration DivisionAttention: Leticia Torres-Ibarra, Manager425 Shatto Place, Room 400Los Angeles, CA 90020Respectfully submitted,BRANDON T. NICHOLSActing DirectorBTN:KRLTI:KAFAttachmentc:Chief Executive OfficerCounty CounselExecutive Officer, Board of SupervisorsProbation Department

ATTACHMENT ITRANSITIONAL HOUSING FOR TRANSITION AGE YOUTH(INDEPENDENT LIVING PROGRAM) SERVICES CONTRACTBY AND BETWEENTHE COUNTY OF LOS ANGELESANDLOS ANGELES HOMELESS SERVICES AUTHORITYJuly 1, 2017Department of Children and Family ServicesContracts Administration425 Shatto Place, Room 400Los Angeles, California 90020

COUNTY OF LOS ANGELESDEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND FAMILY SERVICESTRANSITIONAL HOUSING FOR TRANSITION AGE YOUTHTABLE OF CONTENTSSection Number and TitlePageRECITALS . 1PART I: UNIQUE TERMS AND CONDITIONS . 21.0APPLICABLE DOCUMENTS AND DEFINED TERMS. 22.0PARTIES TO THE CONTRACT. 33.0TERM AND TERMINATION . 34.0CONTRACT SUM . 45.0INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS . 56.0INVOICES AND PAYMENTS . 87.0ADVANCE PAYMENTS . 108.0BACKGROUND AND SECURITY INVESTIGATIONS . 119.0CONFIDENTIALITY. 1210.0CONTRACTOR'S STAFF IDENTIFICATION . 1311.0TIME OFF FOR VOTING . 13PART II: STANDARD TERMS AND CONDITIONS . 141.0ADMINISTRATION OF CONTRACT- CONTRACTOR . 152.0ADMINISTRATION OF CONTRACT- COUNTY . 153.0AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT (ADA) . 164.0ASSIGNMENT AND DELEGATION . 165.0AUTHORIZATION WARRANTY . 176.0BUDGET REDUCTION . 177.0CHANGE NOTICES AND AMENDMENTS . 178.0CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION REPORTING . 189.0CHILD SUPPORT COMPLIANCE PROGRAM . 1810.0COMPLAINTS . 1911.0COMPLIANCE WITH APPLICABLE LAWS . 2012.0COMPLIANCE WITH CIVIL RIGHTS LAWS . 2113.0COMPLIANCE WITH JURY SERVICE PROGRAM . 2114.0CONDUCT OF PROGRAM . 2215.0CONFLICT OF INTEREST . 2316.0CONSIDERATION OF GREATER AVENUES FOR INDEPENDENCE(GAIN) OR GENERAL RELIEF OPPORTUNITIES FOR WORK (GROW)PARTICIPANTS FOR EMPLOYMENT . 2317.0CONSIDERATION OF HIRING COUNTY EMPLOYEES TARGETED FORLAYOFFS OR ON REEMPLOYMENT LIST . 2318.0CONTRACT ACCOUNTING AND FINANCIAL REPORTING. 24

19.0CONTRACTOR RESPONSIBILITY AND DEBARMENT . 2420.0CONTRACTOR'S WORK. 2621.0COUNTY'S QUALITY ASSURANCE PLAN . 2622.0EMPLOYEE BENEFITS AND TAXES . 2723.0EMPLOYMENT ELIGIBILITY VERIFICATION. 2724.0EVENTS OF DEFAULT . 2725.0FAIR LABOR STANDARDS . 2826.0FIXED ASSETS . 2827.0FORMER FOSTER YOUTH CONSIDERATION . 2828.0GOVERNING LAW, JURISDICTION, AND VENUE . 2929.0INDEMNIFICATION . 2930.0INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR STATUS. 2931.0LIQUIDATED DAMAGES . 3032.0MANDATORY REQUIREMENT TO REGISTER ON COUNTY'S WEBVEN . 3133.0MOST FAVORED PUBLIC ENTITY . 3134.0NON-DISCRIMINATION AND AFFIRMATIVE ACTION . 3135.0NON EXCLUSIVITY . 3236.0NOTICE OF DELAYS . 3337.0NOTICE OF DISPUTE . 3338.0NOTICE TO EMPLOYEES REGARDING THE FEDERAL EARNEDINCOME CREDIT. 3339.0NOTICES . 3340.0PROHIBITION AGAINST INDUCEMENT OR PERSUASION . 3341.0PROPRIETARY RIGHTS . 3342.0PUBLIC RECORDS ACT . 3543.0PUBLICITY . 3644.0RECORD RETENTION AND INSPECTION/AUDIT SETTLEMENT . 3645.0RECYCLED-CONTENT PAPER . 3846.0SAFELY SURRENDERED BABY LAW . 3847.0SHRED DOCUMENT. 3848.0SUBCONTRACTING . 3949.0TERMINATION FOR CONTRACTOR'S DEFAULT . 4050.0TERMINATION FOR CONVENIENCE . 4251.0TERMINATION FOR IMPROPER CONSIDERATION . 4252.0TERMINATION FOR INSOLVENCY . 4353.0TERMINATION FOR NON-ADHERENCE OF COUNTY LOBBYISTORDINANCE . 4354.0TERMINATION FOR NON-APPROPRIATION OF FUNDS . 4355.0USE OF FUNDS . 4456.0VALIDITY . 4457.0WAIVER . 44

58.0WARRANTY AGAINST CONTINGENT FEES . 4459.0COMPLIANCE WITH COUNTY’S ZERO TOLERANCE POLICY ONHUMAN TRAFFICKING . 4560.0DATA ENCRYPTION . 45Exhibit AExhibit A-1Exhibit A-2Exhibit A-3Exhibit A-4Exhibit A-5Exhibit A-6Exhibit A-7Exhibit A-8Exhibit BExhibit B-1Exhibit CStatement of WorkILP Verification of Emancipation Status/Consent for Release of InformationSpecial Incident ReportContract Discrepancy ReportShared Core Practice ModelPerformance Requirements SummaryPerformance Requirements OutcomesService Delivery SitesIndependent Living Program Follow-Up Services FormLine Item BudgetAdvance Payment Reconciliation FormAttachmentsAttachment AEqual Employment Opportunity (EEO) CertificationAttachment BIntentionally Left BlankAttachment C-1CONTRACTOR Acknowledgement and ConfidentialityAgreementAttachment C-2CONTRACTOR Employee Acknowledgement andConfidentiality AgreementAttachment DCONTRACTOR Non-Employee Acknowledgment andConfidentiality AgreementAttachment EAuditor-Controller Contract Accounting and AdministrationHandbookAttachment FInternal Revenue Notice 1015Attachment GJury Service Program Certification and Los Angeles CountyCode 2.203 (Jury Service Program)Attachment HSafely Surrendered Baby Law Fact SheetAttachment ICONTRACTOR's AdministrationAttachment JCOUNTY's AdministrationAttachment KCharitable Contributions CertificationAttachment LCertification of Compliance with the County's DefaultedProperty Tax Reduction ProgramAttachment MZero Tolerance Policy on Human Trafficking CertificationAttachment NContractor’s Compliance with Encryption Requirements

COUNTY OF LOS ANGELESTRANSITIONAL HOUSING FOR TRANSITION AGE YOUTH SERVICESThis Contract is made and entered into this day of , by and betweenCounty of Los AngelesHereinafter referred to as"COUNTY"andLos Angeles Homeless ServicesAuthority (LAHSA)Hereinafter referred to as"CONTRACTOR".RECITALSWHEREAS, pursuant to Government Code Sections 26227, 31000 and 53703,COUNTY is permitted to contract for services, andWHEREAS, the COUNTY desires to provide Transitional Housing Services forTransition Age Youth (TAY) pursuant to the California Department of Social Services(CDSS) Manuel Section 23-650.11 Procurement by Negotiation; andWHEREAS, in 1999, Congress passed the John H. Chafee Foster CareIndependence Act (Chafee Act) to replace the Title IV-E Social Security Act, which (1)created the federal mandate for States to use a portion of Chafee Act funds to serveformer foster youth up to age 21; (2) included provisions permitting Medicaid coveragefor youth up to age 21; and (3) 30 percent of Chafee Act funds are to be used forhousing assistance for former foster youth, andWHEREAS, COUNTY has determined that the services to be provided underthis Contract are necessary to direct and link former foster/probation youth withhousing, health and social services in which they are eligible for in order that theymight experience a seamless transition into permanent housing as self-sufficientadults, andWHEREAS, CONTRACTOR is a joint power of authority between the City ofLos Angeles and the County of Los Angeles designated to provide housing forhomeless individuals and families, andWHEREAS, CONTRACTOR warrants that it possesses the competence,expertise and personnel necessary to provide such services, and for the purpose ofthis Contract considers itself a sub-recipient insofar as compliance with Office ofManagement and Budget (OMB) 2 CFR 200, andNOW THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual promises, covenants andconditions set forth herein, the parties hereto do agree as follows:Part I: Unique Terms and Conditions1

PART I: UNIQUE TERMS AND CONDITIONS1.0APPLICABLE DOCUMENTS AND DEFINED TERMS1.1This Contract and the Exhibits hereto, constitute the complete andexclusive statement of understanding between the parties, whichsupersedes all previous agreements, written or oral, and all othercommunications between the parties relating to the subject matter ofthis Contract. No change to this Contract shall be valid unless preparedpursuant to Part II, Section 7.0, Change Notices and Amendments, andsigned by both parties.1.2Exhibits A, A-1,A-2, A-3, A-4, A-5, A-6, A-7, A-8, Exhibits B, B-1, andExhibit C Attachments A, B, C-1, C-2, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, and L, setforth below, are attached to and incorporated by reference in thisContract.1.3The headings, page numbers, sections, and subsection numberscontained in this Contract are for convenience and reference only andare not intended to define the scope of any provision herein.1.4In the event of any conflict or inconsistency in the definition orinterpretation of any word, responsibility, schedule, contents ordescription of any task, deliverable, product, service, or other wo kbetween this Contract, Statement of Work, and Exhibits, or amongExhibits, said conflict or inconsistency shall be resolved by givingprecedence first to the Contract, Statement of Work, and Attachmentsaccording to the following priority: Exhibit A, A-1, A-2, A-3, A-4, A- 5,A-6, A-7, A-8, Exhibits B, B-1, and Exhibit C Attachments.1.5The following words as used herein shall be construed to have thefollowing meaning, unless otherwise apparent from the context inwhich they are used:A."Contract" - means an agreement executed between COUNTYand CONTRACTOR.It sets forth the terms and conditionsfor the issuance and performance of Exhibit A, Statement ofWork.B."CONTRACTOR" - means the sole proprietor, partnership, orcorporation that has entered into a contract with the COUNTYto perform or execute the work covered by Exhibit A, Statementof Work.C."COUNTY" - means the Department of Children and FamilyServices on behalf of the County of Los Angeles and its Boardof Supervisors.D."COUNTY's Program Manager'' (CPM) - means COUNTYrepresentative responsible for daily management of contractoperation and the oversight of monitoring activities, compliancePart I: Unique Terms and Conditions2

with the requirements of the Contract, and the delivery ofservices.2.0E."Day" or "Days" - means whether singular or plural, whether withinitial letter capitalized or not, shall mean calendar days, and notbusiness or workday, unless otherwise specifically stated.F."DCFS"- means COUNTY's Department of Children and FamilyServicesG."Director'' - means COUNTY's Director of Children and FamilyServices or his or her authorized designee.H."Fiscal Year(s)"- means the 12-month period beginning July 1stand ending the following June 30th.I."Maximum Contract Sum"- means the total amount to be paidunder this contract.J."Program" - means the work to be performed byCONTRACTOR as defined in Exhibit A, Statement of Work.K."Subcontract" - means a contract by which a third party agreesto provide services or materials necessary to fulfill an originalcontract.PARTIES TO THE CONTRACTThe parties to this Contract are the County of Los Angeles, hereinafterreferred to as "COUNTY" and Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority,hereinafter referred to as "CONTRACTOR."3.0TERM AND TERMINATION3.1The term of this Contract shall commence on July 1, 2017, or the dateof execution by the Director of DCFS, whichever is later, and shallexpire on June 30, 20202018, or threeone years after the date ofexecution, whichever is later, with an option to extend for up to twoadditional one-year renewal periods, unless terminated earlier orextended, in whole or in part, as provided in this Contract.3.2COUNTY will issue a written start work notice to CONTRACTORindicating when services under this Contract can begin.CONTRACTOR shall not begin any services under this Contractwithout such written start work notice from the COUNTY. COUNTY hasthe right to issue a written stop work order whenever the COUNTYdeems that it is in its best interest to do so, and CONTRACTOR shallstop work immediately upon receipt of such written stop work notice.3.3CONTRACTOR shall notify COUNTY when this Contract is within sixmonths from the expiration of the three-year term as provided forhereinabove. Upon occurrence of this event, CONTRACTOR shallPart I: Unique Terms and Conditions3

send written notification to the COUNTY at the address herein providedin Attachment J, County's Administration.4.0CONTRACT SUM4.1During the term of this Contract, COUNTY shall compensateCONTRACTOR for the services set forth in Exhibit A, Statement ofWork, and at the rate of compensation set forth in Exhibit B, Line ItemBudget.4.2CONTRACTOR shall not be entitled to payment or reimbursement forany tasks or services performed, nor for any incidental oradministrative expenses whatsoever incurred in or incidental toperformance hereunder, except as specified herein. Assumption ortakeover of any of the CONTRACTOR's duties, responsibilities, orobligations, or performance of same by any entity other than theCONTRACTOR, whether through assignment, subcontract,delegation, merger, buyout, or any other mechanism, with or withoutconsideration for any reason whatsoever, shall occur only with theCOUNTY's express prior written approval.4.3CONTRACTOR shall maintain a system of record keeping that willallow CONTRACTOR to determine when it has incurred 75 percent ofthe total contract authorization under this Contract.4.4CONTRACTOR shall have no claim against COUNTY for payment ofany money or reimbursement, of any kind whatsoever, for any serviceprovided by CONTRACTOR after the expiration or other termination ofthis Contract. Should CONTRACTOR receive any such payment,CONTRACTOR shall immediately notify COUNTY and shallimmediately repay all such funds to COUNTY. Payment by COUNTYfor services rendered after expiration/termination of this Contract shallnot constitute a waiver of COUNTY's right to recover such paymentfrom CONTRACTOR. This provision shall survive the expiration orother termination of this Contract.4.5The total amount payable under this Contract is 8,614,668,hereinafter referred to as "Maximum Contract Sum". The maximumamount payable under this Contract for eachthe first year of thecontract term shall not exceed 2,871,5562,584,400, hereinafterreferred to as "Maximum Annual Contract Sum".4.6CONTRACTOR has prepared and submitted to COUNTY a budgetsegregating direct and indirect costs and profit for the work to beperformed by CONTRACTOR under this Contract, hereinafter referredto as "Budget". Budgeted expenses shall be reduced by applicableCONTRACTOR revenues, which are identified thereon. The line itemsshall provide sufficient detail to determine the quality and quantity ofservices to be delivered. This Budget is attached hereto andincorporated by reference herein as Exhibit B, Line Item Budget.CONTRACTOR represents and warrants that the Budget is true andcorrect in all respects, and services shall be delivered hereunder inPart I: Unique Terms and Conditions4

accordance with the Budget. In the event the Maximum Contract Sumis increased pursuant to Part II, Section 7.0, Change Notices andAmendments, hereof, CONTRACTOR shall prepare and submit anamended Budget.4.75.0Time is of the essence with regards to CONTRACTOR's performanceof any tasks, deliverables, goods, services, or other work, as specifiedin this Contract, provided, however, the foregoing shall not beconstrued to limit or deprive a party of the benefits of any grace or useperiod allowed in this Contract.INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS5.1General Insurance RequirementsWithout limiting CONTRACTOR's indemnification of the COUNTY andduring the term of this Contract, CONTRACTOR shall provide andmaintain, and shall require all of its Subcontractors to maintain, thefollowing programs of insurance specified in this Contract. Suchinsurance shall be primary to and not contributing with any otherinsurance or self-insurance programs maintained by COUNTY. Suchcoverage shall be provided and maintained at CONTRACTOR's ownexpense.5.1.1 Evidence of Insurance: Prior to commencing services under thisContract, certificate(s) or other evidence ofcoveragesatisfactory to COUNTY shall be delivered to:County of Los AngelesDepartment of Children and Family ServicesContracts AdministrationAttention: Contract Administrator425 Shatto Place, Room 400Los Angeles, CA 90020Such certificates or other evidence shall:5.1.1.1Specifically identify this Contract;5.1.1.2Clearly evidence all coverage required in thisContract;5.1.1.3Contain the express condition that COUNTY is to begiven written notice by mail at least 30 days inadvance of cancellation for all policies evidenced onthe certificate of insurance;5.1.2 Include copies of the additional insured endorsement to thecommercial general liability policy, adding the “The County ofLos Angeles, its Special Districts, Elected Officials, Officers,Agents, Employees and Volunteers (collectively County and itsPart I: Unique Terms and Conditions5

Agents)” as insureds for all activities arising from this Contract;and5.1.3 Identify any deductibles or self-insured retentions for COUNTY'sapproval. The COUNTY retains the right to require theCONTRACTOR to reduce or eliminate such deductibles or selfinsured retentions as they apply to th

Exhibit A-2 Special Incident Report Exhibit A-3 Contract Discrepancy Report Exhibit A-4 Shared Core Practice Model Exhibit A-5 Performance Requirements Summary Exhibit A-6 Performance Requirements Outcomes Exhibit A-7 Servic

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