San Diego Unified

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    Superintendent Cindy Marten
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  4. In accordance with California Public Contract Code and the California Department of Education, the San Diego Unified Board of Education must approve all Agreements/Contracts. All Agreements/Contracts may be subject to the Brown Act, California Government Code 54950 et seq.

    Information for Requestor:

    Contract Representative (CR):

    The Contracting Representative (CR) is the District Employee who will oversee the administering of services under this contract, and will oversee the contractor or company’s performance. The CR is responsible for monitoring the budget and expenses if applicable for the services under this Agreement. The CR will ensure invoices are accurate and submitted to Accounts Payable in a timely manner and ensure timely payment is made to the District. If this is a Revenue Agreement. The CR will ensure the Agency/Consultant/Contractor provides the funding under the terms set forth in the Agreement. The CR will work with the District Contract Specialist (CS) identified above to ensure the Agreement is submitted to the Board of Education.

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    Recommendation for Board Agenda:

    Scope of Work:

    A Scope of Work is a document used in a Contract/Agreement that clearly and completely identifies the work that will be performed by the contractor and the district. A well-written scope of work must be logical and concise enough to be understood by both parties. The Scope should include the cost, the contractor's profit, timeline, and the expected outcome from the partnership. The Scope of Work could be the contractor's or vendor's document. This document must be attached to this intake form in a convertible PDF or Word Document so the Contract Specialist can expedite the request quickly.

    Files must be less than 2 MB.
    Allowed file types: gif jpg jpeg png.

    Vendor W-9 Form

    Businesses most commonly use IRS form W-9, Request for Taxpayer Identification Number and Certification, to get information from vendors they hire as independent contractors. When a business pays an independent contractor $600 or more over the course of a tax year, it is required to report these payments to the IRS on an information return called form 1099-MISC. Businesses use the name, address and Social Security or tax identification number. A contractor/vendor will know what this form is when you ask them for the documentation. This document must be attached to this intake form in a convertible PDF or Word Document so the Contract Specialist can expedite the request quickly.

    Files must be less than 2 MB.
    Allowed file types: gif jpg jpeg png.

    Prior Year Fiscal Impact:

    Impact to District Staffing:

    Consultation with Board Advisory Committee:

    The board advisory committees, were created/established to serve in an advisory capacity to the Board of Education and staff on behalf of their specific target communities and to assist the board in the performance of its responsibilities. Have you consulted with one or more?

    Background:

    Example of a Background:

    "The district does not have sufficient staff to provide related and specialized services to district students with identified or suspected special needs as specified in their Individualized Education Program (IEP) and as mandated under state and federal special education laws. The district established a pool of qualified providers to meet the needs of these students. The district needs staffing for occupational and physical therapy, psychological, and speech-language pathology services; the provider may be providing staff for one or multiple services."

    "California Government Code 53060 grants the district the authority to contract with and employ persons for the furnishing to the district of special services if such persons are specially trained, experienced and competent to perform the special services required."

    Intake Form Approver
  5. Date: 
    Thursday, November 8, 2018 - 7:00pm

    General meetings are scheduled on Thursdays at 7:00 p.m., at the Harold Ballard Parent Center, located at 2375 Congress Avenue, San Diego, CA 92110. 

    Location Name: 
    Harold Ballard Parent Center