|Fiscal Year||Budget Type||Budgeted Amount||Account Code||Effective Date||Amendment|
|Name||Address||Minority Vendor Designation|
|SELAH FREEDOM, SELAH FREEDOM INC||SARASOTA FL 34276||Non-Minority|
|1||“Availability to Provide Services” is defined as maintaining sufficient capacity to assist victims during the Provider’s core business hours throughout the Time of Performance, as set forth in Article 3 of this Agreement. Core business hours are between 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, unless otherwise approved as alternative core business hours by the OAG. Employee leave earned under this grant period is reimbursable; however, the Provider must continue to maintain sufficient capacity to assist victims.|
|Commodity/Service Type:||Aid Financing|
|Non Price Justification:||Price cannot be determined until the work has been completed|
|Method of Payment:||Cost Reimbursement|
|Financial Consequences:||The Provider will be held responsible for maintaining a victim services program that will be available to provide direct services to victims of crime who are identified by the Provider or are presented to the Provider, and meeting the deliverables and the performance standards as outlined in the current year VOCA Grant Application and approved by the OAG, included within the OAG E-Grants Management System, and incorporated herein by reference in the approved application, unless otherwise modified as approved by the OAG in writing. If the Provider does not maintain a victim services program that will be available to provide direct services to victims of crime as outlined in the approved application without an approved justification, the OAG will impose a corrective action plan and/or a reduction of the final payment for the grant period under this Agreement by five percent of the total award amount listed in Article 34. Additionally, failure of Provider to comply with all provisions of this agreement, including but not limited to compliance with audits, maintenance of documentation, monitoring, and report submissions may result in the withholding of payments until such issues are resolved as determined by the OAG. The provisions in the Article do not limit the OAG’s rights under the law with regard to breach of this agreement or specified termination provisions.|
|Source Documention Page Number:|
|1.||01/13/2020||Original Contract Document||Selah Freedom - 00548_Redacted.pdf|
|2.||01/13/2020||Other||Selah Freedom -00548.pdf|
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