Interagency Agreements Dgs

The current versions of the built-in language are listed here. Previous versions included in previous agreements can be found in the archiving section below. GIA – 101 Interinstitutional agreements prior to 06/09/2010 CCC – 307 These certification clauses have been used in agreements prior to 4/4/2017 on the CSU indirect cost rate to be used in cooperation with the Authorities of the State of California. For off-campus projects, only the administrative component of 25% is applied. The off-campus rate will not increase because the administrative component is limited to 25% MTDC. . The Contracting and Procurement Division (C&P) of the Corporate Services Department (DGS) is a forward-thinking, multi-faceted procurement operation that aims to support and promote transparent, accountable and efficient procurement practices that align with OMS`s mission. C&P`s goal is to ensure, through a strong acquisition, the delivery of new or modernized, well-equipped, well-maintained, safe and protected buildings, facilities and services for these facilities to the district. The department promotes the operational management of the district`s real estate interests, the procurement process aimed at providing goods and services, including construction services, in a timely, economical and efficient manner. The C&P Division pursues the core values of honesty, integrity, transparency, accountability, fair competition, profitability, efficiency and value for district funds. 25% of the indirect cost rate (IDC) for government agencies includes the basic administrative component. This component does not cover the installation costs necessary to maintain activities on campus. California State University (CSU), the University of California (UC) and the California Department of General Services (DGS) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding on behalf of state agencies under The State Assembly Bill 20 (AB20) for a standard contract template, including standardized proposal requirements for contracts and grants.

The California Model Agreement (CMA) contains standard contractual terms for use by California agencies that fund research, training, or service activities conducted by UC and CSU campuses. CCC – 702 Temporary Terms Awaiting modification from OLS to CCC – 201 and is now archived for your reference. Please note that there is no significant difference between the forms, with the exception of their numbers (i.e. 201 vs. 702), which indicate their date of publication on our website. Therefore, when our GTC were incorporated during this temporary period, the essential provisions of the CACs continued to be included, regardless of their official number/name. Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience or confusion our editing work may have caused. General Conditions of the University (UTC-220), (Annex C) (Updated on 14.02.20). Appendix 1 – CSU Campus Auxiliary Organizations (updated 15/03/2019) * Due to various multi-level interactions with the state and the economic variables in place at the time, CSU and UC are delaying the 5% escalation of the IDC rate for state-funded projects on campus. In other words, the escalation of rates from 30% MTDC to 35% MTDC, originally scheduled for July 1, 2020, will now take place on July 1, 2022.

The following documents are also available on the DgS University Standard Contract page. The general conditions for abbreviated contacts are currently identical to the general conditions of the standard contracts. Please use the current version of the terms and conditions listed above. • Achieve operational efficiency • Quality of design and execution • Excellence in service and maintenance • Provide safe and secure workplaces for district employees • Aggressive and attentive management of district resources For projects on campus, facility costs are added in increments of 5% each year until a total rate of 40% MTDC (Facilities and Administration) is reached. All contract documents archived on this website may be provided in other formats as a reasonable accommodation for a person with a disability. To discuss how to obtain a copy of a document in an alternative format, please contact: California State University, in partnership with the University of California, will work with the University of California to increase indirect cost recovery for projects on campus funded by California state government agencies up to 40% of total modified direct costs (MTDC). However, if a campus is a sub-recipient of federal funds and the state agency is a transmission unit, as defined in 2 CFR 200.93 and 2 CFR 200.74, respectively, then the campus should budget and receive its federally negotiated rate for the project, as set out in 2 CFR 200,331(a)(4). .