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September 13, 2011
26. DEHNE, LANCE DBA ARTINEERING This is a new contract to provide professional architectural/engineering services for the Northern Nevada Correctional Center Woodshop, Visitor Center and Education Building Fire Sprinklers, Carson City, NV; SPWD Project No. 11-S03 Contract No. 6807. $25,250.00 September 13, 2011
27. JENSEN ENGINEERING, INC. This is a new contract to provide professional architectural services to update the electrical power at the Stewart Campus, Carson City, NV; SPWD Project No. 11-M08; Contract No. 7386. $13,627.00 September 13, 2011
28. JP ENGINEERING, LLC This is a new contract to provide Fire Alarm Reporting Upgrade for the Northern Nevada Adult Mental Health Services, SPWD Project No. 11-S03-7; SPWD Contract No. 7067. $24,840.00 September 13, 2011
29. TELAX VOICE SOLUTIONS, INC. This is the first amendment to the original contract, which provides voice transport services, interactive voice response (IVR), automatic call distribution (ACD), queuing, agent and supervisor connectivity, and technical support. This amendment extends the termination date from September 30, 2011 to June 30, 2013 and increases the maximum amount from $39,000 to $59,900 due to the continued need for these services. $20,900.00 September 13, 2011
30. UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA, RENO This is a new interlocal agreement to provide population estimates of each town, township, city and county in this State using the services of demographer pursuant to Nevada Revised Statute 360.283. $372,372.00 September 13, 2011
31. SWITCH COMMUNICATIONS GROUP The is a new contract for continued hub and secure data hosting. Currently, this facility provides communication redundancies and bandwidth for Southern Nevada State agencies and houses the State's disaster recovery IT equipment for the State Computing Facility in Carson City. $232,313.82 September 13, 2011
32. MOJAVE ELECTRIC, INC. This is a new contract to provide electrical maintenance and repair services to both the Nevada State Veterans Home and the Southern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery. Both facilities will share the contract and pay for specific work performed at their locations. $24,999.00 September 13, 2011
33. EMETRIC This is the fourth amendment to the original contract, which provides writing assessment raw data for grades 5, 8, 11 and 12; merges testing with student demographic data; reports testing results; and assists in developing the longitudinal writing testing data for both Nevada students and scorers/readers. This amendment increases the maximum amount from $772,451 to $1,119,251 to provide set up and customization of online writting assessment administration and scoring for students in grades five and eight. $346,800.00 September 13, 2011
34. EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH & TRAINING CORP This is a new contract which includes the following: (1) Maintain a web-based system that provides a tutorial for Migrant students; (2) Develop a service delivery plan for Nevada that describes how services will be provided to migrant students; (3) Complete a comprehensive needs assessment; (4) Provide an evaluation of the Migrant Education Program students; (5) Verify that the service delivery plan, the comprehensive needs assessment and the evaluation all complement and support each other; (6) Coordinate and maintain a web-based certificate of eligibility (COE) system that meets federal requirements; and (7) Provide an interface between U.S. Department of Education's M-SIX data system and the Nevada Department of Education. $135,500.00 September 13, 2011
35. MEASURED PROGRESS, INC. This is the first amendment to the original contract, which provides support services to the Department of Education through the Assessment, Program Accountability and Curriculum office to administer the Nevada Proficiency Examination Program. This program is established to assess and measure student proficiency toward meeting state academic standards in mathematics, English language arts, and science. Contracted support services include program management; test design, item development, and form publishing; test administration, logistics, and data processing; and, scoring, data analysis, and reporting. This amendment increases the maximum amount from $24,100,000 to $24,129,510 for scoring additional students assessments and setting performance standards for independent reading for the Nevada Alternate Assessment. $29,510.00 September 13, 2011
36. NATIONAL STUDENT CLEARINGHOUSE This is a new contract to develop a process that will match data on students that graduated from Nevada public education in school years 2008-2009 and 2006-2007 to student-level data in the National Student Clearinghouse database and return response files containing the match results back to the department. $14,750.00 September 13, 2011
37. NEVADA CONTRACT CARPETS, INC. This is a new contract to provide for installation of approximately 500 square yards of commercial grade carpeting in the Changing Exhibit Gallery at the Nevada State Museum, Las Vegas. $17,300.00 September 13, 2011
38. EBSCO INDUSTRIES, INC. DBA EBSCO SUBSCRIPTION SERVICES This is the first amendment to the original contract, which provides access to online general periodical databases. These databases provide access to organized collections of articles through magazines, newspapers, and journals and are used remotely statewide through schools, academic, special and public libraries. This amendment extends the termination date from June 30, 2012 to September 12, 2012 and increases the maximum amount from $400,000 to $490,000 to provide access to additional online general periodical databases for the same purpose through the purchase of the ABC-CLIO package of 7 additional databases focusing on geography, government and history. $90,000.00 September 13, 2011
39. LEARNINGEXPRESS, LLC This is a new contract to provide access to online K-12 licensed encyclopedia databases. These databases are used remotely statewide by students and libraries in Nevada which support K-12 curriculum. $45,000.00 September 13, 2011
40. BOR NSHE UNR OFFICE OF SPONSORED PROJECTS This is a new Interlocal agreement to expand interagency collaboration by developing a statewide resource guide for all agencies that references employment gains, deficits, trends, best practices for new employment options, and programs that provide support to persons with disabilities seeking employment. $43,955.00 September 13, 2011
41. CLIFTON GUNDERSON, LLP This is a new contract for a Certified Public Accounting firm to perform reviews of Cost Allocation Plans (CAP) and cost reports submitted by governmental entities that provide services such as targeted case management, school based services, administrative services, and are reimbursed using the methodology of certified public expenditures. $253,440.00 September 13, 2011
42. HP ENTERPRISE SERVICES, LLC This is the first amendment to the original contract to provide takeover and operations of the Medicaid Management Information System (MMIS). The RFP included language for the awarded vendor to perform the 5010/ICD-10 remediation. No State had completed their remediation at the time the RFP was written, the capabilities of the vendor community could not be measured to write requirements into the RFP. Additionally, the awarded vendor is required to perform their own analysis of the existing MMIS to develop a new Scope of Work and to price the project, but the current vendor would not release the required level of detail to do so. The remediation we are receiving for this project is more robust than the original design and, although we indicated in our TIR we would not meet the 1/1/12, 5010 implementation date, through this amendment we believe we can meet, or come close to meeting, the deadline. $11,001,222.00 September 13, 2011
43. OPEN DOMAIN, INC. This is the fourth amendment to the original contract which provides technical support to the Women, Infants and Children (WIC) program. This amendment extends the termination date from September 30, 2011 to March 31, 2012 and increases the maximum amount by $140,000 from $920,800 to $1,060,800 due to additional programming requirements and hosting of WIC applications. $140,000.00 September 13, 2011
44. ACCESS TO HEALTHCARE NETWORK This is a new contract to provide breast and cervical cancer screening services for women aged fifty and older who qualify under federal guidelines for the Women's Health Connection Program. $6,614,564.00 September 13, 2011
45. HUMBOLDT COUNTY TREASURER This is a new revenue contract for the state to promote individual and family health in the county utilizing the State's community health nurses. $220,248.00 September 13, 2011
46. LANDER COUNTY CLERK This is a new revenue contract for the state to promote individual and family health in the county utilizing the State's community health nurses. $91,224.00 September 13, 2011
47. LYON COUNTY HUMAN SERVICES This is a new revenue contract for the state to promote individual and family health in the county utilizing the State's community health nurses. $141,168.00 September 13, 2011
48. MINERAL COUNTY SOCIAL SERVICES This is a new revenue contract for the state to promote individual and family health in the county utilizing the State's community health nurses. $47,808.00 September 13, 2011
49. PERSHING COUNTY CLERK This is a new revenue contract for the state to promote individual and family health in the county utilizing the State's community health nurses. $31,272.00 September 13, 2011
50. WHITE PINE COUNTY TREASURER This is a new revenue contract for the state to promote individual and family health in the county utilizing the State's community health nurses. $50,832.00 September 13, 2011
51. BOARD OF REGENTS-UNR This is a new interlocal agreement for the Division of Welfare and Supportive Service (DWSS), Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) to provide nutrition education to low income families. Through a grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, DWSS collaborates with various public and non-profit agencies to provide education to SNAP recipients to improve the likelihood that recipients and those eligible for benefits will make healthy food choices. $76,723.00 September 13, 2011
52. BOARD OF REGENTS-UNR This is a new interlocal agreement for the Division of Welfare and Supportive Service (DWSS), Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) to provide nutrition education to low income families. Through a grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, DWSS collaborates with various public and non-profit agencies to provide education to SNAP recipients to improve the likelihood that recipients and those eligible for benefits will make healthy food choices. $915,934.00 September 13, 2011
53. BOYS & GIRLS CLUB OF LAS VEGAS This is a new contract for the Division of Welfare and Supportive Service (DWSS), Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) to provide outreach and application assistance to low income and senior population of Nevada. Through a reimbursement program from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, DWSS collaborates with various public and non-profit agencies to reach out to eligible low-income people who are not currently participating in SNAP and assist with SNAP application completion. $301,849.00 September 13, 2011
54. DUCKWATER SHOSHONE TRIBE This is a new interlocal agreement for the Division of Welfare and Supportive Service (DWSS), Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) to provide nutrition education to low income families. Through a grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, DWSS collaborates with various public and non-profit agencies to provide education to SNAP recipients to improve the likelihood that recipients and those eligible for benefits will make healthy food choices. $53,072.00 September 13, 2011
55. EAST VALLEY FAMILY SERVICES This is a new contract for the Division of Welfare and Supportive Service (DWSS), Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) to provide outreach and application assistance to low income and senior population of Nevada. Through a reimbursement program from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, DWSS collaborates with various public and non-profit agencies to reach out to eligible low-income people who are not currently participating in SNAP and assist with SNAP application completion. $263,275.00 September 13, 2011
56. FOOD BANK OF NORTHERN NEVADA This is a new contract for the Division of Welfare and Supportive Service (DWSS), Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) to provide nutrition education to low income families. Through a grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, DWSS collaborates with various public and non-profit agencies to provide education to SNAP recipients to improve the likelihood that recipients and those eligible for benefits will make healthy food choices. $58,737.00 September 13, 2011
57. FOOD BANK OF NORTHERN NEVADA This is a new contract for the Division of Welfare and Supportive Service (DWSS), Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), for a Community Partner Interviewers Demonstration Project. Through a waiver from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, certain community partners can conduct initial SNAP interviews. This allows DWSS to reach populations that would otherwise be difficult to reach and saves State time and resources. $549,298.00 September 13, 2011
58. HELP OF SOUTHERN NEVADA This is a new contract for the Division of Welfare and Supportive Service (DWSS), Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) to provide nutrition education to low income families. Through a grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, DWSS collaborates with various public and non-profit agencies to provide education to SNAP recipients to improve the likelihood that recipients and those eligible for benefits will make healthy food choices. $55,201.00 September 13, 2011
59. HELP OF SOUTHERN NEVADA This is a new contract for the Division of Welfare and Supportive Service (DWSS), Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), for a Community Partner Interviewers Demonstration Project. Through a waiver from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, certain community partners can conduct initial SNAP interviews. This allows DWSS to reach populations that would otherwise be difficult to reach and saves State time and resources. $394,874.00 September 13, 2011
60. STEP 2, INC. This is a new contract for the Division of Welfare and Supportive Service (DWSS), Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) to provide nutrition education to low income families. Through a grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, DWSS collaborates with various public and non-profit agencies to provide education to SNAP recipients to improve the likelihood that recipients and those eligible for benefits will make healthy food choices. $10,458.00 September 13, 2011
61. TE MOAK TRIBE OF WESTERN SHOSHONE/SPECIAL DIABETES PROGRAM This is a new interlocal agreement for the Division of Welfare and Supportive Service (DWSS), Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) to provide nutrition education to low income families. Through a grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, DWSS collaborates with various public and non-profit agencies to provide education to SNAP recipients to improve the likelihood that recipients and those eligible for benefits will make healthy food choices. $45,288.00 September 13, 2011
62. THREE SQUARE This is a new contract for the Division of Welfare and Supportive Service (DWSS), Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) to provide outreach and application assistance to low income and senior population of Nevada. Through a reimbursement program from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, DWSS collaborates with various public and non-profit agencies to reach out to eligible low-income people who are not currently participating in SNAP and assist with SNAP application completion. $452,043.00 September 13, 2011
63. YERINGTON PAIUTE TRIBE COUNCIL This is a new interlocal agreement for the Division of Welfare and Supportive Service (DWSS), Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) to provide nutrition education to low income families. Through a grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, DWSS collaborates with various public and non-profit agencies to provide education to SNAP recipients to improve the likelihood that recipients and those eligible for benefits will make healthy food choices. $63,212.00 September 13, 2011
64. CLAY POPLIN LCSW, LLC This is a new contract to provide a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) to the clients of the Southern Rural Site clinic in Caliente, Nevada. LCSW services are necessary to provide direct consumer care, evaluations and screenings, telephone consultation , training, and other such necessary services at the Mental Health Clinic in Caliente. $40,248.00 September 13, 2011
65. SOLUTIONS RECOVERY, INC. This is a new contract to provide residential services for dual diagnosis clients. These services assist consumers with concurrent mental health and substance abuse issues, and provides such services as community transition, life skills, employment training, and personal care. $3,530,280.00 September 13, 2011
66. STETSON ELECTRIC, INC. This is a new contract to provide electrical system maintenance service to the various buildings on the campus of Southern Nevada Adult Mental Health Services. $49,998.00 September 13, 2011
67. MEDSCHOOL ASSOCIATES NORTH This is a new contract which will provide locum tenens services to the Northern Nevada Adult Mental Health Services facility. This contract will serve to maintain community standards of care in treating mentally ill consumers during periods of staff shortages. $869,840.00 September 13, 2011
68. MEDICAL DOCTOR ASSOCIATES & AFFILIATES CROSS COUNTRY, INC. & AFFILIATES This is the fifth amendment to the original contract, which provides psychiatric and nursing services to Rural Services Community Mental Health Centers. This amendment increases hours per month for fiscal year 2011 and provides a net decrease in hours for fiscal year 2012; increases the hourly rate for practical nurse hours from $74.50 to $75 effective July 1, 2011; adds new language to the scope of work for the psychiatrist, registered nurse and advanced practicl nurse; and increases the total amount of the contract by $405,056 to $1,490,256. $405,056.00 September 13, 2011
69. AMEC EARTH & ENVIRONMENTAL, INC. This is the first amendment to the original contract, which provides professional geoengineering services and related software support. This amendment extends the termination date from December 30, 2011 to December 30, 2013 and increases the maximum amount from $44,877 to $99,577 due to a continued need for GIS support, staff training augmentation, database support and on-site GIS support. $54,700.00 September 13, 2011
70. BIGHORN INDUSTRIES, INC. DBA BIGHORN ENERGY SERVICES This is a new contract to build a solar/wind hybrid system at our Remote Storage Facility (RSF) in Carson City, NV. This will start off as a test site for an all hybrid or solar powered site and will become the model for all armories in Nevada. $56,115.00 September 13, 2011
71. LUMOS & ASSOCIATES This is a new contract to produce plans and specifications to reflect all needed modifications to support snow removal operations at existing Office of the Adjutant General (OTAG) and United States Property and Fiscal Office (USPFO) parking areas, study feasibility for power usage of electrical snow melt system and include if approved by Nevada National Guard (NVNG) project management section and examine soil composition at USPFO detention pond to determine lack of percolation and include fix in the design. $15,000.00 September 13, 2011
72. WORLD WIDE TECHNOLOGY, INC. This is a new contract to install purchased equipment (PC 083 00000057224) to integrate Cisco Network Admission Control (NAC) to advance communication capabilities into the existing Network at the Nevada National Guard Office of the Military headquarters. $45,000.00 September 13, 2011
73. WORLD WIDE TECHNOLOGY, INC. This is a new contract to install purchased equipment (PC 083 00000057240), Cisco Telepresence video teleconference system to advance communication capabilities into the existing Network and reduce travel budgets at the Nevada National Guard Office of the Military headquarters. $10,450.00 September 13, 2011
74. WORLD WIDE TECHNOLOGY, INC. This is a new contract to install purchased equipment (PC 083 0000005721A3) to install Cisco Telepresence Manager (CT) to advance communication capabilities into the existing Network at the Nevada National Guard Joint Force Headquarters (JFHQ). $25,800.00 September 13, 2011
75. WORLD WIDE TECHNOLOGY, INC. This is a new contract to upgrade Cisco Unified Communications Systems (UCS) to include call control, voice mail, and emergency responder for the Nevada Army National Guard Office of the Military. $14,470.00 September 13, 2011