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BOE Contractor Description Amount Meeting
November 12, 2013
1. STROLIN CONSULTING LLC This is a new contract to provide ongoing services necessary to implement the agency's mission in light of staff reductions and the continuing requirements of oversight of the Yucca Mountain repository program and the on-going Nuclear Regulatory Commission licensing proceeding, including work related to transuranic and low-level radioactive waste shipments within Nevada, work associated with the Agreement-in-Principle between the State of Nevada and the US Department of Energy/NNSA/Nevada Site Office, and other services required for the effective operations of the agency. $75,000.00 November 12, 2013
10. KGA ARCHITECTURE This is a new contract to provide professional architectural/engineering service for the renovation of Building #3, Southern Nevada Adult Mental Health Services; SPWD Project number 13-C08; Contract No. 86738. $367,500.00 November 12, 2013
11. UNITED CONSTRUCTION COMPANY This is a new contract to provide Owner Construction Manager at Risk services for the Dini-Townsend Forensic 10 Bed Expansion (East Wing Remodel Phase II), Sparks, Nevada; Project No. 14-A002; Contract No. 87503. $212,578.00 November 12, 2013
12. CONVERSE CONSULTANTS This is a new contraft to provide ongoing professional environmental plan checking services on an as needed basis. SPWD Internal Contract No. 82255. $100,000.00 November 12, 2013
13. DOMINGO CAMBEIRO PROF CORP This is a new contract to provide accessibility plan checking services on an as required basis. SPWD Internal Contract Tracking No. 81321 $100,000.00 November 12, 2013
14. RENO TAHOE FRANCHISING INC This is a new contract to provide ongoing janitorial services for the Enterprise Information Technology Services Computer Facility. $100,000.00 November 12, 2013
15. ROBERT LYNN This a new contract to provide ongoing Nurse Practitioner services to the Nevada State Veterans Home. $102,305.30 November 12, 2013
16. WESTCARE MANAGEMENT, INC. This is the second amendment to the original contract, which provides ongoing Medicare and Medicaid accounting, consulting, and billing assistance to the Nevada State Veterans Home. This amendment increases the maximum amount from $205,000 to $255,000 due to the continued need for support for Medicare and Medicaid processing and database maintenance/update functions. $50,000.00 November 12, 2013
17. BOARD OF REGENTS-UNLV This is a new contract for the evaluation of Nevada State Educational Technology Implementation Fund grants projects and for the State Educational Technology Needs Assessment per NRS 388.795. $85,000.00 November 12, 2013
18. BOARD OF REGENTS-UNR This is a new contract for the evaluation of Nevada State Educational technology Implementation Fund grants projects and for the State Educational Technology Needs Assessment per NRS 388.795. $75,000.00 November 12, 2013
19. OFFICE OF SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION - WASHINGTON This is a new revenue contract, Nevada Department of Education (NDE) will form committees of trained Nevada educators to produce a total of 600 test items based on item specifications provided by the Smarter Balanced Consortium. Items will be produced for grades 3-8 and will become part of the test item pools that will be used to construct the assessments that the state will use starting in 2014-15. NDE will be paid for the items produced by the teachers and accepted into the item bank. $270,000.00 November 12, 2013
2. SMITH, ALLISON M This is the fifth amendment to the original contract which provides services as a Drug Endangered Children's Coordinator. The coordinator responds to the needs of drug endangered children, forms regional multi-disciplinary teams, facilitates public awareness and schedules community meetings throughout the State. This amendment increases the maximum amount from $122,648 to $189,648 and extends the termination date from December 31, 2013 to December 31, 2014, due to the receipt of additional grant funds that continue these services for one year. $67,000.00 November 12, 2013
20. MCKESSON HEALTH SOLUTIONS LLC This is a new contract to provide the division assistance in reaching its goal to expand enrollment of targeted populations into a managed Fee for Service system. $130,120,000.00 November 12, 2013
21. UNIVERSITY NEVADA SCHOOL MEDIC This is a new interlocal agreement that continues to provide ongoing psychiatric services to Lake's Crossing Center and Northern Nevada Adult Mental Health Services on an as-needed basis to mental health consumers of Northern Nevada. $780,000.00 November 12, 2013
22. CAROUSEL INDUSTRIES OF NORTH AMERICA INC. This is a new contract to provide system integration services, hardware, software, installation, ongoing maintenance and technical support for the replacement of the Integrated Voice Response Unit (IVRU) system. IVRU allows DWSS clients to access their public assistance or child support enforcement case information. $957,914.60 November 12, 2013
23. TALX CORPORATION This is a new contract to continue providing income verification for the Eligibility and Payment unit to determine eligibility for the federal assistance programs administered by the Division of Welfare and Supportive Services, including Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, Temporary Assistance for Needy Families, Medicaid and the Energy Assistance Program. This contract will also provide income verification and employment location of non-custodial parents so that the Child Support Enforcement Program can determine non-custodial parents' ability to pay medical or child support and to enforce the support payment. $1,643,005.00 November 12, 2013
24. NEVADA DAIRY COMMISSION This is a new interlocal agreement to sublease 1,906 square feet at 4600 Kietzke Lane #A-107 in Reno from the Nevada Dairy Commission. $57,797.91 November 12, 2013
25. SYSCON JUSTICE SYSTEMS CANADA LTD This is a new contract to provide an upgrade to the existing Nevada Offender Tracking Information System (NOTIS), related project management, end-user training and Go Live support. The existing iTag 9i version is currently a release behind, the software build and delivery to the latest version of Syscon software, Elite 11g, is required to make NOTIS supportable in the Windows 7 / Office 12 environment and to ensure the version is suppportable by the vendor. $1,750,000.00 November 12, 2013
26. CLARK, COUNTY OF This is a new interlocal agreement that provides ongoing breath alcohol testing for intoxication services required by NRS, NAC, and the Committee on Testing for Intoxication in the counties of Clark, Esmeralda, Lincoln and Nye. The services include providing forensic analysis of alcohol, calibration/repair, maintenance of breath testing devices, and training/certification of forensic analysts of alcohol and breath test instructors/operators. $473,549.00 November 12, 2013
27. WASHOE, COUNTY OF This is a new interlocal agreement that provides ongoing breath alcohol testing for intoxication services required by NRS, NAC and the Committee on Testing for Intoxication in the counties of Carson City, Churchill, Douglas, Elko, Eureka, Humboldt, Lander, Lyon, Mineral, Pershing, Storey, Washoe and White Pine. The services include providing forensic analysis of alcohol, calibration/repair/maintenance of breath testing devices, and training/certification of forensic analysts of alcohol and breath test instructors/operators. $528,982.00 November 12, 2013
28. WASHOE, COUNTY OF This is a new interlocal agreement that provides ongoing genetic marker testing (DNA), forensic laboratory analysis and toxicology laboratory analysis for various divisions of the department. DNA testing includes obtaining a biological specimen from probationers or parolees, collection of fees and submitting all identifying DNA information to the central repository. Forensic laboratory analysis includes, but is not limited to testing of evidence for crime scene investigations, firearms examinations, shoeprint and tiretrack comparisons and DNA analysis. Toxicology laboratory analysis includes testing of blood or urine for presence of controlled substances. $1,510,910.00 November 12, 2013
29. MORPHOTRUST USA INC DBA This is a new contract that continues ongoing channeling service of electronic applicant transmissions to the division's Records Bureau in Carson City for all division-approved local government and private agencies, including fingerprinting sites, throughout the state to continue efficient processing of fingerprint-based background checks required by law. $10,000,000.00 November 12, 2013
3. CASHMAN EQUIPMENT COMPANY This is a new contract to provide ongoing inspections and preventive maintenance for the two generators at the Marlette Lake summit site. $210,582.50 November 12, 2013
30. PENNA POWERS BRIAN HAYNES INC This is the first amendment to the original contract which continues ongoing advertising/marketing services for federally funded programs within the Department of Public Safety via television, radio, and billboards to promote campaigns such as "Click It or Ticket" and "Badge on Board." This amendment extends the termination date from April 30, 2014 to April 30, 2015 and increases the maximum amount from $2,000,000 to $8,100,000 due to increased usage of the services provided by the contractor. $6,100,000.00 November 12, 2013
31. REEDER FLYING SERVICE This is a new contract to provide helicopter services, pilots and associated services while meeting department standards. This service will assist the department to meet its wildlife management responsibilities and supplement existing helicopter capabilities. $1,800,000.00 November 12, 2013
32. U. S GEOLOGICAL SURVEY This is a new cooperative agreement to provide an ongoing monitoring program of water resources in Southern and Eastern Nevada. $579,291.00 November 12, 2013
33. EUREKA COUNTY This is a new interlocal agreement to provide new services under the Wildland Fire Protection Program, under which the Nevada Division of Forestry and Eureka County will work closely together to maintain effective wildfire management without duplication and coordinate efforts with federal cooperators to quickly suppress wildland fire regardless of jurisdiction and/or ownership. It is considered mutually beneficial to all parties to jointly take action as necessary to safely and effectively contain all wildland fires. $225,000.00 November 12, 2013
34. SCARPELLO & HUSS LTD This is a new contract to provide service as special counsel to the Nevada Occupational Safety & Health Review Board. $600,000.00 November 12, 2013
35. ANGELA DOWS, ESQ. This is a new contract to impanel the contractor to the Real Estate Divisions Alternative Dispute Resolution panel. The panel will mediate disputes between parties concerning common interest communities, including, without limitation, the interpretation, application and enforcement of covenants, conditions and restrictions pertaining to residential property and the articles of incorporation, bylaws, rules and regulations of an association. AB 370 gives authority to the division to create this program and impanel mediators. $300,000.00 November 12, 2013
36. ANGELA DOWS, ESQ. This is a new contract to impanel the contractor to the Real Estate Divisions Alternative Dispute Resolution panel. The panel will arbitrate disputes between parties concerning common interest communities, including, without limitation, the interpretation, application and enforcement of covenants, conditions and restrictions pertaining to residential property and the articles of incorporation, bylaws, rules and regulations of an association. AB 370 gives authority to the division to create this program and impanel arbitrators. $300,000.00 November 12, 2013
37. BARBARA D. FENSTER This is a new contract to impanel the contractor to the Real Estate Divisions Alternative Dispute Resolution panel. The panel will mediate disputes between parties concerning common interest communities, including, without limitation, the interpretation, application and enforcement of covenants, conditions and restrictions pertaining to residential property and the articles of incorporation, bylaws, rules and regulations of an association. AB 370 gives authority to the division to create this program and impanel mediators. $300,000.00 November 12, 2013
38. CHRISTOPHER R. MCCULLOUGH This is a new contract to impanel the contractor to the Real Estate Divisions Alternative Dispute Resolution panel. The panel will arbitrate disputes between parties concerning common interest communities, including, without limitation, the interpretation, application and enforcement of covenants, conditions and restrictions pertaining to residential property and the articles of incorporation, bylaws, rules and regulations of an association. AB 370 gives authority to the division to create this program and impanel arbitrators. $300,000.00 November 12, 2013
39. CHRISTOPHER R. MCCULLOUGH This is a new contract to impanel the contractor to the Real Estate Divisions Alternative Dispute Resolution panel. The panel will mediate disputes between parties concerning common interest communities, including, without limitation, the interpretation, application and enforcement of covenants, conditions and restrictions pertaining to residential property and the articles of incorporation, bylaws, rules and regulations of an association. AB 370 gives authority to the division to create this program and impanel mediators. $300,000.00 November 12, 2013
4. FRAME ARCHITECTURE INC This is a new contract to provide exterior building protection, Phase 1, (High Desert Prison), Project No. 13-M43, Contract No. 86735. $67,500.00 November 12, 2013
40. DEAN J. GOULD, ESQ. This is a new contract to impanel the contractor to the Real Estate Divisions Alternative Dispute Resolution panel. The panel will mediate disputes between parties concerning common interest communities, including, without limitation, the interpretation, application and enforcement of covenants, conditions and restrictions pertaining to residential property and the articles of incorporation, bylaws, rules and regulations of an association. AB 370 gives authority to the division to create this program and impanel mediators. $300,000.00 November 12, 2013
41. DEAN J. GOULD, ESQ. This is a new contract to impanel the contractor to the Real Estate Divisions Alternative Dispute Resolution panel. The panel will arbitrate disputes between parties concerning common interest communities, including, without limitation, the interpretation, application and enforcement of covenants, conditions and restrictions pertaining to residential property and the articles of incorporation, bylaws, rules and regulations of an association. AB 370 gives authority to the division to create this program and impanel arbitrators. $300,000.00 November 12, 2013
42. ILEANA DROBKIN This is a new contract to impanel the contractor to the Real Estate Divisions Alternative Dispute Resolution panel. The panel will mediate disputes between parties concerning common interest communities, including, without limitation, the interpretation, application and enforcement of covenants, conditions and restrictions pertaining to residential property and the articles of incorporation, bylaws, rules and regulations of an association. AB 370 gives authority to the division to create this program and impanel mediators. $300,000.00 November 12, 2013
43. IRA DAVID, ESQ. This is a new contract to impanel the contractor to the Real Estate Divisions Alternative Dispute Resolution panel. The panel will arbitrate disputes between parties concerning common interest communities, including, without limitation, the interpretation, application and enforcement of covenants, conditions and restrictions pertaining to residential property and the articles of incorporation, bylaws, rules and regulations of an association. AB 370 gives authority to the division to create this program and impanel arbitrators. $300,000.00 November 12, 2013
44. IRA DAVID, ESQ. This is a new contract to impanel the contractor to the Real Estate Divisions Alternative Dispute Resolution panel. The panel will mediate disputes between parties concerning common interest communities, including, without limitation, the interpretation, application and enforcement of covenants, conditions and restrictions pertaining to residential property and the articles of incorporation, bylaws, rules and regulations of an association. AB 370 gives authority to the division to create this program and impanel mediators. $300,000.00 November 12, 2013
45. JANET TROST, ESQ. This is a new contract to impanel the contractor to the Real Estate Divisions Alternative Dispute Resolution panel. The panel will mediate disputes between parties concerning common interest communities, including, without limitation, the interpretation, application and enforcement of covenants, conditions and restrictions pertaining to residential property and the articles of incorporation, bylaws, rules and regulations of an association. AB 370 gives authority to the division to create this program and impanel mediators. $300,000.00 November 12, 2013
46. JANET TROST, ESQ. This is a new contract to impanel the contractor to the Real Estate Divisions Alternative Dispute Resolution panel. The panel will arbitrate disputes between parties concerning common interest communities, including, without limitation, the interpretation, application and enforcement of covenants, conditions and restrictions pertaining to residential property and the articles of incorporation, bylaws, rules and regulations of an association. AB 370 gives authority to the division to create this program and impanel arbitrators. $300,000.00 November 12, 2013
47. KURT BONDS, ESQ. This is a new contract to impanel the contractor to the Real Estate Divisions Alternative Dispute Resolution panel. The panel will arbitrate disputes between parties concerning common interest communities, including, without limitation, the interpretation, application and enforcement of covenants, conditions and restrictions pertaining to residential property and the articles of incorporation, bylaws, rules and regulations of an association. AB 370 gives authority to the division to create this program and impanel arbitrators. $300,000.00 November 12, 2013
48. MICHAEL L. MATUSKA This is a new contract to impanel the contractor to the Real Estate Divisions Alternative Dispute Resolution panel. The panel will arbitrate disputes between parties concerning common interest communities, including, without limitation, the interpretation, application and enforcement of covenants, conditions and restrictions pertaining to residential property and the articles of incorporation, bylaws, rules and regulations of an association. AB 370 gives authority to the division to create this program and impanel arbitrators. $300,000.00 November 12, 2013
49. SARAH V. CARRASCO, ESQ. This is a new contract to impanel the contractor to the Real Estate Division's Alternative Dispute Resolution panel. The panel will mediate disputes between parties concerning common interest communities, including, without limitation, the interpretation, application and enforcement of covenants, conditions and restrictions pertaining to residential property and the articles of incorporation, bylaws, rules and regulations of an association. AB 370 gives authority to the division to create this program and impanel mediators. $300,000.00 November 12, 2013
5. HARRIS CONSULTING ENGINEERS This is a new contract to provide professional architectural/engineering services to replace high mast lighting, main electrical loop and switchgear at the Southern Desert Correctional Center, Indian Springs, Nevada, Project No. 13-M07, Contract No. 86716. $200,000.00 November 12, 2013
50. KIMLEY HORN & ASSOCIATES INC This is a new contract for the continued implementation of the department's Strategic Highway Safety Plan, which is necessary for reducing the number and severity of crashes on Nevada's roadways. $1,500,000.00 November 12, 2013
51. REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION This is a new cooperative agreement to provide for the continued operation of the trip reduction/regional rideshare program in Washoe County, Nevada. The goal of the program is to reduce the overall number of single occupant trips with emphasis on commuter work trips, thus improving air quality and mobility in Washoe and surrounding areas of the County. $600,000.00 November 12, 2013
52. REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION OF SOUTHERN NEVADA This is a new interlocal agreement, which provides for the reimbursement by the commisison for the costs incurred by the department to establish and administer a system to collect gross indexed motor vehicle and special fuel taxes for Clark County, imposed by Clark County pursuant to AB413 of the 77th Legislative Session. $257,275.10 November 12, 2013
53. NAVAL SUPPLY CENTER - SAN DIEGO CODE 200 This is the second amendment to the original contract, which continues to provide full food service support at the Naval Air Station in Fallon, Nevada. This amendment extends the termination date from September 30, 2013 to March 31, 2014 and increases the maximum amount from $541,344.72 to $1,076,414.22 due to the extended contract term. $535,069.50 November 12, 2013
54. SYSTEM AUTOMATION CORPORATION This is a new contract to purchase a licensing software upgrade to existing software. Includes installation, data migration, training, and support. $89,000.00 November 12, 2013
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