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					                      COUNTY OF ULSTER – PURCHASING DEPARTMENT
                        THIRD FLOOR, 310 FLATBUSH AVE, KINGSTON, NY 12401
               PHONE: 845-340-3400 / FAX: 845-340-3434 / WEB: www.co.ulster.ny.us/purchasing/
  BID NAME: YOUTH PROGRAM SERVICES                               BID NO. RFP-UC09-56            Page   -1-




                           REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL

                                       #RFP UC09-56

             YOUTH PROGRAM SERVICES FOR THE
       ULSTER COUNTY WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT BOARD
           AND THE ULSTER COUNTY YOUTH COUNCIL


             RETURN DATE: FRIDAY, June 12th, 2009 at 5:00 P.M.


             RETURN PROPOSAL TO;
                    Ulster County Office of Employment and Training
                    Attention: Nancy E.K. Schaef, Director
                    651 Development Court
                    Kingston, NY 12401-1955


             PRE-BID CONFERENCE; THURSDAY, MAY 28, 2009 at 10:30 A.M.
             RSVP required. Call Walter Witkowski, Senior Employment and Training
             Coordinator, U.C. Office of Employment and Training, at 845-340-3176




The County of Ulster, on behalf of the Ulster County Workforce Development Board (UCWDB)
solicits interested and qualified organizations to design and administer, in conjunction with the
Ulster County Office of Employment and Training (OET), a Youth Program to promote
employment and further educational and training opportunities as described in the following
Proposal.
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                                                 MEMORANDUM


TO:            ALL AGENCIES
FROM:          Nancy E.K. Schaef
DATE:          May 21, 2009
RE:            RFP-09-56 REQUEST FOR WIA TITLE I YOUTH PROGRAM PROPOSALS



The Ulster County Office of Employment and Training (OET), at the direction of the Ulster County Workforce
Development Board, is requesting proposals for the design, administration, and operation of year-round youth
programs. The objective of this solicitation is to provide for a range of employment and training activities for
income-eligible youth (14-24) in Ulster County.

The Request for Proposal (RFP) provides the general guidelines for programs that are eligible for funding
under Title I of the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) of 1998, the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act
of 2009 and the specific requirements for proposal reply. It is estimated that up to $175,000.00 will be
available for youth program contract awards.

Additionally, be advised that youth programming under WIA is considered “year-round” and must
incorporate the ten program elements listed in the RFP and that a summer employment opportunity is one
of these elements.

If your organization can develop a program that is responsive to the needs and intent expressed in the
RFP, then you are encouraged to submit a proposal. The RFP can be found at the Ulster County
Purchasing Department website. Vendors must register in order to access bid documents. Be sure to
have your Federal I.D. # available when you register. The website is: www.co.ulster.ny.us/purchasing .
Please review the attached letter from Ulster County Purchasing for more information. Please note that
venders may register for free in order to obtain bidding documents. If you wish to have a paper copy of
the RFP mailed to you, please call (845) 340-3170 to request it.

Kindly submit five (5) copies of each RFP, including a signed copy of the enclosed Debarment Certification,
to: Nancy E.K. Schaef, Director, Ulster County OET, 651 Development Court, Kingston, NY 12401-1955,
on or before Friday, June 12, 2009.

An informational conference for bidders will be held from 10:30-11:30 am on Thursday, May 28, 2009 at
the Ulster County Business Resource Center, Room 507, Development Court, Kingston, to field questions
and offer technical assistance in completing proposals. Please call (845) 340-3170 if you plan to attend.



                                            Equal Opportunity Employer/Program
                                   Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request
                                              To individuals with disabilities.
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                  ULSTER COUNTY WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT BOARD
                           ULSTER COUNTY YOUTH COUNCIL
                           YOUTH REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
                                    Issued: 5/21/09
                     Program Operation: July 1, 2009 – June 30, 2011

I. General Information:

The Workforce Investment Act of 1998 (P.L. 105-220) was signed into Law on August 7, 1998.
The Ulster County Workforce Development Board (UCWDB) is responsible for the administration
and oversight of youth services and funds in Ulster County. The Act also requires the UCWDB to
select a Youth Council, which will be responsible for the planning, oversight, and
recommendation of programs and activities for youth, consistent with Title I, Section 129 of the
Act. Additional funds for youth services in Ulster County are available through the American
Recovery and Reinvestment Act.

Title I of the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) authorizes services for youth, ages 14-21 while the
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) expands the youth age group authorized to
receive WIA services to age 24. The Acts require a comprehensive program of services for
youth on a year-round basis, including summer employment activities. The UCWDB and Youth
Council are requesting proposals from qualified and interested applicants that have experience
and the capability for conducting a wide array of activities for eligible County youth, in accordance
with the Workforce Investment Act of 1998 and Regulations authorized by the U.S. Department
of Labor. The period of performance begins July 1, 2009 and continues through June 30,
2011. This period includes at least one year of follow-up for all enrolled youth. The activities
conducted by a service provider shall:

   A.     Provide, to eligible youth seeking assistance in achieving academic and employment
          success, effective and comprehensive activities, which shall include a variety of options
          improving educational and skill competencies and provide effective connections to
          employers;
   B.     Ensure on-going mentoring opportunities for eligible youth with adults committed to
          providing such opportunities;
   C.     Provide training opportunities (basic academic, work readiness, occupational) for
          eligible youth;
   D.     Provide continued supportive services for eligible youth;
   E.     Provide incentives for recognition and achievement to eligible youth; and
   F.     Provide opportunities for eligible youth in activities related to leadership, personal
          development, decision-making, citizenship, and community service.

Youth Program Vision
   It is the vision of the UCWDB to fund programs that help youth in career exploration, and to
   help them solve problems they may encounter in attaining necessary skills needed to find and
   keep a job and advance in the workforce. Programs funded under this RFP will contribute to
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   increasing the employment, retention and earnings of participants as well as skill goal
   attainment. This will result in the improved quality of the workforce, reduced welfare
   dependency, enhanced productivity and competitiveness of the local workforce and provide
   for the holistic development of youth.

   Specifically, the Ulster WDB has targeted the following program goals and performance
   outcomes for the Youth Program:

      Increase Youth Employability, to be evidenced by youth employment, retention, earnings
       gains, and worker readiness credentialing;
      Further Youth Career Goals through Career Exploration, to be evidenced by placement in
       employment, the military, post-secondary education and/or advanced occupational skills
       training;
      Increase Youth Skills and Educational Attainment, to be evidenced by a degree,
       certificate, credential, and/or skill goals (basic, work readiness, or occupational). Included
       is the goal that, through participation in this program, youth will attain an 8 th grade reading
       level;
      Increase diploma/GED attainment and increased service to out-of-school youth;
      Increase Program Efficiency, to be evidenced by lower costs per individual.

The Workforce Investment Act is being reauthorized on the federal level. This will likely
lead to significant changes in certain elements of youth programming, such as eligibility
guidelines and expenditure requirements for out-of-school youth. It is difficult to
anticipate all changes which this reauthorization process will produce. Therefore,
UCWDB reserves the right to renegotiate any contracts awarded through this RFP, based
on changes produced by the reauthorization of the Act.

II. Eligible Applicants:
Organizations eligible to apply for Youth Program funds include:
        School Districts;
        Rehabilitation Agencies;
        Boards of Cooperative Education Services (BOCES);
        Community-Based Organizations (CBOs);
        Post Secondary Institutions – community colleges, four-year colleges, two-year
          technical schools, propriety colleges.

III. Eligible Youth:
Individuals to be served through Title I, Section 101(13) youth funding include:
Income-eligible* youth, ages 14-24, with one or more of the following barriers to employment:

             School Dropout
             Pregnant or Parenting
             Offender
             Homeless
             Runaway
             Foster Child
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             Individual who requires additional assistance** to
             complete an educational program, or to secure and
             hold employment
             Deficient in Basic Literacy Skills

* For a family of one, income eligibility is based on the Federal Poverty Guidelines. For families of
two or more members, income eligibility is based on 70% of the Lower Living Standard Income
Level (LLSIL).
** Youth are in need of additional assistance if one or more of the following apply: youth has not
worked full time for at least 90 calendar days with one employer, excluding government-funded
programs and working for a family member; the youth cannot provide a written recommendation
from a previous employer, excluding a family member; and/or the youth has been fired from at
least one job.

Out-of-School Youth

An Out-of-School Youth is an individual who:
   (a) Is an eligible youth who is a school dropout; or
   (b) Is an eligible youth who has either graduated from high school or holds a GED, but is basic
       skills deficient, unemployed, or underemployed. (WIA sec. 101(33)).
For purposes of this RFP, Out-of School youth additionally must be aged 16-24.

Additional Criteria

In-school youth must have completed at least the 10th grade and be in or entering the 11th grade or
higher by the start of the 2009 school year.

Bidders should take note that eligibility under the Act must be balanced with suitability for
programming, the Ulster WDB program goals, and an eye towards meeting or exceeding the
performance goals listed later in this RFP. For example, the Ulster WDB goal that participation in
the Youth Program will result in attainment of an 8 th grade reading level (or better), will influence
acceptable minimum reading levels for those entering the program.

Youth program providers must ensure that eligible applicants who do not meet the enrollment
requirements of the program or who cannot be served by the program are referred for additional
assessment and program placement. Entities which may be sources of referral include local
school districts, social service agencies, youth bureaus, the School-to-Work Program, the One-
Stop Youth Development Outreach Coordinator, and other youth and human service agencies as
listed in the United Way Human Services Directory.

IV.    Time Frames
           May 21, 2009 - RFP issued
           May 28, 2009 - Bidder’s Conference
           June 12, 2009 - RFP Submission Date
           June 15 – June 19, 2009 - RFP Review Process
           June 26, 2009 - Workforce Development Board consideration of RFPs
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                July 1, 2009 – Program activities begin
                August 31, 2009 – Summer activities conclude
                June 30, 2010 - End of payment period
                June 30, 2011 – End of performance period


V.        Fund Availability

         The total amount of Youth funding to be awarded is up to $175,000.00 to serve up to 70
          eligible youth at an average expenditure rate of $2,500.00 per youth. This average
          assumes that costs for Out-of-School youth may exceed $2,500.00 but will be balanced by
          lesser costs to serve In-School youth.
         A minimum of 40% of the budget must be dedicated to direct customer activity.
         Fund availability on or about 7/1/09.
         Bidders should be aware that all awards are subject to a contract which will incorporate
          milestone reimbursement based on attainment of performance benchmarks.

VI.       Scope of Work

The UCWDB is seeking proposals that provide a comprehensive array of services or make
available to County youth, a comprehensive program. It is not necessary that all services be
funded through Title I of the Workforce Investment Act to qualify as an activity to be offered to
eligible youth. In fact, Bidders are encouraged to partner with other community agencies and to
leverage other funding dollars to improve program efficiency and increase program outcomes.
Bidders are encouraged to forge working agreements with crucial partners in the community,
such as schools, the Department of Social Services, the Chamber of Commerce, and other youth
programs and community-based organizations.

Activities for youth should be designed as a year-round service, including summer
months. Applicants are encouraged to plan a specific program for the school year, with a
modified program for the summer months, including employment opportunities
throughout the community.

The successful Bidder shall execute a contract with the County of Ulster in substantial conformance
with this specification and the attached sample County of Ulster AGREEMENT FOR VENDOR
SERVICES.

The Awarded Contractor shall, at his own expense, maintain in effect the insurance coverage
specified in the attached Standard Insurance requirements at all times during the performance of
the work under this contract. The Awarded Contractor shall file with Ulster County Purchasing,
within ten (10) days of Award, evidence of insurance certifying the required coverage.

VII.      Youth Program Design and Program Elements:

The program is designed to serve those most able to benefit while keeping in mind the limited
funding resources available for youth services. Although the UCWDB has determined areas of
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occupational/industry need in the workforce, it is also aware that many youth need to engage in
career exploration opportunities. Also, since eligible youth will be from low-income environments,
they directly benefit from wages or stipends paid. Career exploration and payment of wages,
stipends or incentives should be incorporated into all program designs submitted.

In keeping with the intent of WIA Reauthorization, the UCWDB is responsible for ensuring that fifty
percent (50%) of WIA Title I youth expenditures are for services for out-of-school youth.

Therefore, the UCWDB is requiring a program design that targets a minimum of 50% of
expenditures for services to out-of-school youth, and also at least 50% of planned
enrollments will be out-of-school youth.

 A)   Program Components

      1) Outreach & Recruitment
      Contractor will be responsible for recruitment of both in-school and out-of-school youth.
      Bidder should provide details regarding anticipated recruitment of targeted populations,
      including innovative strategies and evidence of past successes. Bidder should also
      provide specifics on referral sources, and relationships already established with these
      sources.

      2) Intake
      Contractor will be responsible for the intake process, which involves completion of
      required paperwork (ES-100, ISS), gathering of required documentation (UCOET will
      conduct instructional workshops re: documentation), and initial interview for pre-
      determination of eligibility and suitability review. Intake documents will then be forwarded
      to OET staff for review, final determination of eligibility and sign-off on suitability. Bidder
      should provide detail regarding suitability issues vis-à-vis their recruitment strategy.

      3) Eligibility
      As indicated above, final determination of eligibility will be the responsibility of OET staff.
      Intake paperwork submitted to OET staff will be reviewed for completeness and accuracy,
      issues will be resolved with contractor staff, and information regarding customer eligibility
      will be returned to the contractor. Once an individual has been determined eligible and
      appropriate, they will be scheduled for an assessment (pre-test) with the contracted
      assessment agency.

      4) Assessment
      Assessment will be accomplished via procured contract. The contracted assessment
      agency will be responsible for administering the required pre-test and post-test batteries,
      as will be required by the new Common Measures. Pre-testing will be done prior to
      development of the Individualized Service Strategy, which will be developed based on the
      results of the assessment. Post-testing will occur when program exit is contemplated. In
      both cases, test scores must be reported within two weeks of test administration. A single
      assessment instrument, to be chosen by the UCWDB from a list designated by the NYS
      Department of Labor, will be utilized by the contracted assessment agency as both the
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     pre- and post-test for all youth as part of the total WIA Youth Program structure. All Youth
     Program Providers will receive notification of the contracted assessment agency, with
     instructions on coordination for all testing requirements.

     The UCWDB recognizes that special circumstances may exist which may lead bidders to
     request that they not utilize the services of the contracted assessment agency. Bidders
     may make such a request if: the characteristics of the youth population to be served are
     such that transporting them to the assessment site would create extreme logistical and/or
     security issues; the youth are restricted to their campus, AND; there are extreme
     difficulties in the bidder agency’s ability to accommodate a visit to the campus by the
     contracted assessment agency. The UCWDB reserves the right to approve such a
     request. Should such a request be granted, the bidder must guarantee that its
     assessment demonstrates uniformity with all aspects of the contract agency assessment
     including but not limited to: utilization of the same testing instruments, compliance with the
     same testing frequencies and reporting requirements mentioned above, uniformity in the
     method of test administration, instructions to youth, etc. See Page 17, #9.

     5) Case Management
     Contractor shall be responsible for all case management activities.

B)   Program Design - The design framework of local youth programs must:

     1.   Develop service strategies, in conjunction with Office of Employment and Training
          (OET) staff as appropriate, for each youth participant that meets the requirements of
          WIA section 129 (c)(1)(B), which identify employment goal, appropriate achievement
          objectives, and appropriate services, taking assessment results into account; and
     2.   Provide preparation for post-secondary educational opportunities, linkage between
          academic and occupational learning, preparation for employment, and effective
          connections to intermediary organizations that include strong links to the job market
          and employers.
     3.   Ensure that all appropriate youth served participate in a common leadership and
          citizenship activity to improve his/her community and social behavioral skills.
     4.   Maintain youth in the program for a minimum of 4 months and a maximum of 12
          months.

C)   Youth Program Elements – Programs must make available to youth participants the
     following ten (10) elements. However, services offered to any individual participant are
     based on his/her needs, goals, and ability to best benefit from program participation:

     1.   Tutoring, study skills training, and instruction leading to secondary school completion,
           including dropout prevention strategies;
     2.   Alternative secondary school offerings;
     3.   Summer employment opportunities directly linked to academic and occupational
           learning;
     4.   Paid and unpaid work experiences, including internships and job shadowing;
     5.   Occupational skills training;
     6.    Leadership development opportunities, which may include such activities as positive
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            social behavior and social skills, decision making, team work, and other activities as
            described below;
        7. Supportive services;
        8. Adult mentoring for a duration of at least twelve (12) months that may occur both
            during and after program participation;
        9. Follow-up services for a minimum of twelve (12) months following termination from
            the program (see definition below); and
        10. Comprehensive guidance and counseling including: drug and alcohol abuse
            counseling, as well as referrals to counseling, as appropriate to the needs of the
            individual youth.

NOTE: Local providers, in conjunction with OET staff, will be responsible for determining
the mix of services for individual youth, based on the results of the objective assessment
of the youth and individual service strategy. However, if a youth is determined to be in
need of any of the above ten (10) program elements, those elements must be made
available. Participants may be referred for services currently available within a
community, but all participants shall take part in common activities or elements to provide
consistency of activities among those served.

Service providers will be required to document activities, attendance, and progress of participants
enrolled into each element towards attainment of skill goals and performance standards. OET
will provide the format and framework for submission of this documentation.

Description of Program Elements: See Attachment One.

VIII.       Performance Measures and Program Outcomes

The Workforce Investment Act requires a comprehensive performance accountability system to
assess the effectiveness of States and local areas in achieving continuous improvement of
workforce investment activities funded under Title I. The intent of continuous improvement is to
optimize the return on investment of Federal funds in statewide and local workforce investment
activities. The Federal Employment and Training Administration (ETA) has issued a policy on
common performance measures for federal job training and employment programs. The common
measures represent development of a single comprehensive system to collect, record and report
program performance for workforce programs.

Potential bidders must submit a program design which maximizes the likelihood of attainment of
the common measures.

COMMON MEASURES for youth include:

1) Placement in employment or education. Of those youth who are not in post-secondary
education, employment, or the military at the date of participation: The number of youth in
employment or the military, or enrolled in post-secondary education and/or advanced
training/occupational skills training in the first quarter after exit (numerator) divided by the number of
youth participants who exit during the quarter (denominator).
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2)      Attainment of a degree or certification. Of those enrolled in education (at the date of
participation or at any point during the program). Education refers to participation in secondary
school, post-secondary school, adult education programs, or any other organized program of study
leading to a degree or certificate: The number of participants who attain a diploma, GED, or
certificate by the end of the third quarter after exit (numerator) divided by the number of participants
who exit during the quarter (denominator). Individuals in secondary school at exit will be included in
this measure. The definition of a certificate DOES NOT include certificates that recognize the
attainment of generic pre-employment or work readiness skills. The certificate must recognize
technical or occupational skills necessary to gain employment or advance within and occupation,
based on standards developed and/or endorsed by business.

3) Literacy and numeracy gains. Of those out-of-school youth determined to be basic skills deficient
(See Attachment Four - Definition of Terms): the number who increase one or more educational
functioning levels (numerator) divided by the number who have completed 1-year in the program
plus, the number who exit before completing 1-year in the program (denominator).
    Measurement of gain must use a standardized test (or performance assessment) with
standardized scoring protocols. Examples include but are not limited to Test of Adult Basic
Education (TABE) and Adult Basic Learning Examination (ABLE). Note that gains measurement
requires pre-testing and post-testing.

For further discussion of the impact of new Common Measures, see Attachment Six.

Levels of performance planned by UCWDB have been given to provide some level of guidance
to bidders. Contractor performance will be reviewed at regular intervals during the program year
to ensure compliance or trigger corrective actions. At a minimum, this review will be done on a
quarterly basis.

The Workforce Investment Act of 1998 requires negotiation of local levels of performance
between the Governor, the Chief Elected Official, and the Local Board. Youth subcontractors, at
a minimum, are required to meet these negotiated levels of performance.

Short-Term Performance Indicators
Because these standards of performance are long-range goals, and actual performance will not
be evidenced until after the contract period, the UCWDB has developed short-term performance
indicators that are predictive of long-term performance. These indicators include:

Indicators                                                                              Goal

1.      Job Placement – full-time (> 30 hours/week), training-related         70%
2.      Wage at Placement                                                    $7.75/hr.
3.      30 Day Retention                                                      80%
4.      Credential Attainment                                                 60%
5.      Literacy/Numeracy Gains                                               75%
6.      Program Attendance                                             reviewed bi-weekly
7.      Evaluations of Supervisors                                         done quarterly
8.      Connection and Retention with Post-Secondary Training Programs     done quarterly
9.      Achievement of Competencies in Specific Subject Areas                 75%
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10.    Number of youth served, levels of program expenditure                         > 90%

Note that these specific benchmarks will be used to develop a performance- driven contract,
should a funding award be made. Contracts will reimburse up to 90% of expenses, and the final
10% will be earned based on attainment of performance benchmarks. UCWDB will negotiate
performance on up to five short-term indicators; 2% (of the last 10%) will be earned for meeting
or exceeding each of these performance goals. Contracts awarded to other units of government
will be cost-reimbursement only.

Additionally, to assist contractors to meet performance goals, contractor performance will be
reviewed and technical assistance will be provided monthly at mandatory Youth Provider
Meetings conducted by UCOET. Contractors failing any of their negotiated performance goals at
the three month review will submit a corrective action plan that details steps to be taken to
remediate. Contractors still failing the same benchmark at the six month review will be subject to
contract termination proceedings.

Data Reporting Requirements

Contractors will be required to report registration data to UCOET. That data is included on the
ES-100 form and the UCOET addendum. UCOET staff will enter this data into the UC Data
Management System (UCDMS). Once entered, data will be reviewed, and any anomalies will be
reported back to the Contractor.

Contractors will be required to report the budgetary & enrollment information to the UCOET on a
monthly basis, using the forms included as Attachment Seven. Data will be entered into the
UCDMS by the UCOET staff, as appropriate. UCWDB reserves the right to assign other reports
as necessary.

Data entered into the UCDMS will be used to generate reports designed to manage progress
towards attainment of required performance goals. Some of the reports that can be generated
include Total Youth Enrollment, Youth In-School/Out-of-school Status, 2nd and 4th Quarter
Younger & Older Youth Retention, Youth On-Board Over a Year, Older Youth Employment
Retention Watch List, Younger Youth Retention Watch List, Youth Barrier Report, Youth in
Secondary School at Exit, Younger Youth High School Diploma/Equivalency Rate. It should be
noted that other ad hoc reports can also be generated by the UCDMS to assist in program
management.

Monitoring
The UCOET will be responsible for monitoring the contractor’s progress to assure compliance
with contract requirements, and with all pertinent federal, State, and local rules and regulations.
Monitoring will take place at a minimum of once per quarter, and will include, but not be limited
to, such topics as program data and data management reports, participant files, planned vs.
actual performance and expenditures, on-site meetings with contractor staff to discuss findings
as needed. The bidder must be willing to cooperate with this effort. A tentative monitoring
schedule is attached.

Additionally, the bidder is expected to provide a plan for in-house monitoring of worksites,
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                           THIRD FLOOR, 310 FLATBUSH AVE, KINGSTON, NY 12401
                  PHONE: 845-340-3400 / FAX: 845-340-3434 / WEB: www.co.ulster.ny.us/purchasing/
  BID NAME: YOUTH PROGRAM SERVICES                                  BID NO. RFP-UC09-56            Page   - 12 -

including topics to be reviewed, a schedule, and subsequent reporting to the UCOET. Review
instruments developed by UCOET must be utilized.

Please note that bidders are expected to submit and implement corrective action plans, including
timelines for implementation should deficiencies be indicated.

IX.      Youth Program Budget Guidelines and Instructions

      A. Operating Costs:
         A detailed line-item budget must be submitted with each proposal. It must include costs
         necessary to operate the program and must be submitted in support of any application.
         The budget shall be completed in sufficient detail to clearly identify the costs for which
         Title I youth funds are requested. For each line-item in the budget, provide a narrative
         description of the costs in sufficient detail to thoroughly describe what is being charged to
         that budget line.

         Each staff person for whom funding is requested shall be delineated separately with a job
         description included as an attachment to this proposal. One staff person may perform
         more than one job responsibility, but shall not exceed 40 hours per week, with all
         combined funding sources.

         If the proposed program will be supported by funding from other sources, a method of
         allocating costs based upon projected hours worked or other approved cost allocation
         methodology among the various funding sources must be indicated.

         Bidders should be ready to explain all budgets submitted for the purpose of justifying the
         reasonableness of the charge. Reasonableness will be determined based on the following
         factors:

            Relevance of costs requested in the budget as to their necessity, allowability,
             allocability, and cost in relation to similar services in the County.
            The extent to which bidder has been able to leverage WIA funds by coordinating with
             other funding sources.
            The difficulty in providing services to particular target groups. Bidders should
             substantiate any such claims as relates to costs proposed.
            The anticipated wage to be earned by the participant.

      B. Contract Period:
         The UCWDB will award contracts for programs to operate during the period July 1, 2009 –
         June 30, 2011. In the event additional youth funds become available, contractors may be
         given the opportunity to expand programs to serve additional participants or provide
         additional services. Based on a review of obligations, expenditures, performance
         and availability of WIA Youth funds, the UCWDB reserves the right to extend
         contracts beyond the June 30, 2011 timeframe. Each contract extension may be for
         a period of up to one year; refunding is contingent upon fund availability and
         successful performance during that period.
                   COUNTY OF ULSTER – PURCHASING DEPARTMENT
                     THIRD FLOOR, 310 FLATBUSH AVE, KINGSTON, NY 12401
            PHONE: 845-340-3400 / FAX: 845-340-3434 / WEB: www.co.ulster.ny.us/purchasing/
BID NAME: YOUTH PROGRAM SERVICES                              BID NO. RFP-UC09-56            Page   - 13 -



   Contracts awarded will be a combination of cost reimbursement and performance-
   based, payable once per month. Contracts will reimburse up to 90% of expenses.
   The final 10% will be earned based on attainment of negotiated benchmarks, and
   submission of all required budgetary and participant paperwork.

   Contract reporting requirements will include: submission of participant payroll
   records and other back-up documentation with each monthly voucher; and
   submission of a detailed line-item budget at program end, which will include
   documentation of costs. The UCWDB reserves the right to request documentation
   of costs at any time throughout the program year.

   The Awarded Contractor shall, at his own expense, maintain in effect at all times during
   the performance of the work under this contract at least the insurance coverage specified
   in the attached Standard Insurance requirements. The Awarded Contractor shall file with
   Ulster County Purchasing, within ten (10) days of Award, evidence of insurance certifying
   the required coverage.

C. Responsibilities of the Bidder:
   All bidders are responsible for completing all questions within this proposal and submitting
   a detailed line-item budget with required attachments. Proposals which are not complete,
   do not satisfactorily address all of the items in this RFP or are not consistent with the
   intent of the Workforce Investment Act will not be considered for funding. Proposals
   should contain a description of activities and services that can be carried out by the bidder
   if awarded a contract. If this will be a collaborative effort with other agencies, please
   include a letter of commitment from each agency stating so.

D. Questions about Proposals:
   A bidder’s conference will be conducted on May 28, 2009 at the Business Resource
   Center, Development Court, Kingston, NY at 10:30 am in Room 507. Questions
   concerning this proposal, the instructions, the intent of the Act and regulatory
   requirements will be address at that time.

E. Submission of Proposals:
   Submissions should be double-spaced and not exceed 15 pages, without attachments.
   Four copies and one original proposal shall be delivered by mail, courier, or in person,
   to:     Ulster County Office of Employment and Training
                  Attention: Nancy E.K. Schaef, Director
                  651 Development Court
                  Kingston, NY 12401-1955
   Proposals shall be received no later than 5:00 p.m., on June 12, 2009. Faxed or e-
   mailed proposals will not be accepted. It is the responsibility of the bidder to ensure that
   the proposal is delivered to Ulster County OET by the date and time specified regardless
   of delivery method.

F. Evaluation of Proposals:
                   COUNTY OF ULSTER – PURCHASING DEPARTMENT
                    THIRD FLOOR, 310 FLATBUSH AVE, KINGSTON, NY 12401
           PHONE: 845-340-3400 / FAX: 845-340-3434 / WEB: www.co.ulster.ny.us/purchasing/
BID NAME: YOUTH PROGRAM SERVICES                             BID NO. RFP-UC09-56            Page   - 14 -

   All completed proposals will be reviewed by Ulster County OET. Proposals that are not
   complete will not be reviewed and will be returned to the bidding organization.

   Proposals will be reviewed for:

      Completeness – 10 points;

      Demonstrated ability – 20 points (evaluation of bidder’s experience in providing
      services being proposed in the most recent 18 months and any other related programs
      which would serve as an indicator for future success. Evaluation must include
      experience in collaboration, targeting of services to in-school and out-of-school youth,
      outcomes in attaining performance standards, service provision, staff qualifications and
      administration);

      Program design – 30 points (includes the availability of all 10 elements for youth,
      how services will be provided, extent of collaboration/services integration, ease and
      feasibility of implementation, likelihood of meeting performance goals);

      Bidder’s fiscal capability – 20 points (includes evaluation of proposed costs to
      determine if they are fair and reasonable, and may include such factors as length and
      intensity of program design, staff-to-youth ratio, support services, leveraging of funding
      from other resources, extent to which proposal will pay a wage or stipend to the youth,
      the cost per youth served, ratio of operating costs vs. costs which directly benefit
      youth, ability to meet requirement that at least 50% expenditures spent on out-of-
      school youth, and the ability to meet spending requirements. Significant weight will be
      given to proposals in which 40% or more of the requested amount is to be expended to
      directly benefit youth. Budget will be reviewed for accuracy, completeness,
      appropriateness, and reasonableness of cost.)

      Past Performance - 20 points (includes demonstrated ability of bidder to achieve the
      goals and outcomes of previous programs and performance standards set by the State
      for Ulster County. This criteria is waived for new programs.)

   The UCWDB Youth Council will further review proposals and comments from staff for
   consideration. Questions from the Council concerning the proposal, budget, and program
   design will be forwarded to the contact person listed in the proposal by staff from OET. It
   will be the responsibility of the contact person to address the questions of the Council in a
   direct manner due to time constraints for submission to the UCWDB.

   The UCWDB will consider the recommendations of the UCWDB Youth Council with regard
   to each proposal reviewed. Those proposals which are judged by the Youth Council and
   the UCWDB as best addressing the above listed criteria relative to meeting the Board’s
   program vision will receive awards.

   The decision of the UCWDB will be final. All bidders will be notified in writing within 10
   days from the date of UCWDB meeting regarding approval or denial. In addition,
   proposals may require modifications following evaluations, discussions, and negotiations.
                        COUNTY OF ULSTER – PURCHASING DEPARTMENT
                         THIRD FLOOR, 310 FLATBUSH AVE, KINGSTON, NY 12401
                PHONE: 845-340-3400 / FAX: 845-340-3434 / WEB: www.co.ulster.ny.us/purchasing/
     BID NAME: YOUTH PROGRAM SERVICES                             BID NO. RFP-UC09-56            Page   - 15 -



        Funding of proposals is contingent upon the availability of WIA Title I funds, authorization
        of program activities, and federal or state legislative actions. Bidders may also request
        information from UCWDB concerning the Workforce Investment Act Final Regulations and
        the policies of the Board.

 G.     Right to Reject:
        A response to this Request for Proposal does not commit the UCWDB to award a
        contract, to pay any costs incurred in the preparation of a proposal under this request, or
        to procure or contract for services or supplies.

        UCWDB reserves the right to accept or reject any or all proposals at any time during the
        bidding and review process. The Board also reserves the right to accept or reject any or
        all proposals received as a result of this request, to negotiate with all qualified sources, to
        vary or waive any provisions set forth in this Request for Proposal in the best interest of
        the UCWDB, or to cancel, in part or in its entirety, this RFP. In the event proposals are
        rejected due to programming changes, Regulatory changes, or budget constraints, bidders
        will be notified in writing.

        In the event a sufficient number of satisfactory proposals are not received, or if the
        UCWDB decides to not award through this Request for Proposal the total amount of funds
        available, the UCWDB reserves the right to issue subsequent Requests.

        All proposals selected must be approved by the UCWDB, the OET and the Ulster County
        Chief Elected Official. In addition, proposals may require modifications following
        evaluations, discussions, and negotiations.

H.      Disclaimer:
        In the event policy, procedure, program design, or Regulatory changes occur, bidding
        organizations may be requested to modify program design or the delivery of services.
        Should a request for a change in program design or services occur, staff of Ulster County
        OET will assist bidding organizations or service providers in the redesign to ensure
        consistency with Board policy and Regulatory requirements.
                        COUNTY OF ULSTER – PURCHASING DEPARTMENT
                         THIRD FLOOR, 310 FLATBUSH AVE, KINGSTON, NY 12401
                PHONE: 845-340-3400 / FAX: 845-340-3434 / WEB: www.co.ulster.ny.us/purchasing/
  BID NAME: YOUTH PROGRAM SERVICES                                BID NO. RFP-UC09-56            Page   - 16 -




                                NOTICE REGARDING


                     FEDERAL STIMULUS PROJECTS

IT IS ANTICIPATED THAT THIS CONTRACT WILL INVOLVE THE USE OF FEDERAL STIMULUS
FUNDS AND THAT THE USE OF SUCH FUNDS WILL BE SUBJECT TO ENHANCED REPORTING
REQUIREMENTS.


ALL BIDDERS ACKNOWLEDGE AND AGREE AS FOLLOWS:

(1) THAT COMPLETE STIMULUS-RELATED REPORTING REQUIREMENTS ARE NOT, AS YET,
     AVAILABLE WITH REGARD TO THE WORK DESCRIBED IN THIS BID

(2)   THAT IN ADDITION TO THE REPORTING REQUIREMENTS INCLUDED IN THIS BID
      PACKAGE, IT IS EXPECTED THAT SPECIAL REPORTING REQUIREMENTS ASSOCIATED
      WITH FEDERAL STIMULUS FUNDING MAY BECOME AVAILABLE DURING THE
      PROCESSING OF THIS BID AND THAT THOSE REQUIREMENTS WILL BE PROVIDED TO
      BIDDERS VIA ADDENDA WHENEVER POSSIBLE

(3) THAT SOME OF THE ENHANCED REPORTING REQUIREMENTS MAY NOT BE KNOWN
    UNTIL AFTER THIS BID IS AWARDED

(4) THAT IN THE CASE OF STIMULUS-RELATED REPORTING REQUIREMENTS REVEALED
     AFTER THE AWARD OF THIS BID, THAT THE SUCCESSFUL BIDDER AGREES TO
     COMPLY WITH ANY AND ALL SUCH REPORTING REQUIREMENTS




S/PURCHASE/BIDS/NOTICE REGARDING FEDERAL STIMULUS FUNDS
                              COUNTY OF ULSTER – PURCHASING DEPARTMENT
                              THIRD FLOOR, 310 FLATBUSH AVE, KINGSTON, NY 12401
                     PHONE: 845-340-3400 / FAX: 845-340-3434 / WEB: www.co.ulster.ny.us/purchasing/
   BID NAME: YOUTH PROGRAM SERVICES                                                BID NO. RFP-UC09-56                Page      - 17 -




                                                                                                              (Rev. 04/20/09)

                                        AGREEMENT FOR VENDOR SERVICES
                       THIS AGREEMENT is entered into as of this _____day of _[DATE CONTRACT IS
                       EXECUTED]__, 20___, by and between the COUNTY OF ULSTER, a municipal
                 corporation, a County of the State of New York, with principal offices at 244 Fair Street, Kingston,
New York (the “COUNTY”) and__[ENTER VENDOR’S BUSINESS NAME HERE] __, a _[TYPE OF
BUSINESS]_____ with principal offices at __[ENTER CONSULTANT’S BUSINESS ADDRESS HERE]_, (the
“VENDOR”).


ARTICLE 1 - SCOPE OF WORK
The VENDOR agrees to perform the services identified in “Schedule A” (the “SERVICES”), which is attached hereto, and is hereby
made a part of this Agreement. The VENDOR agrees to perform the SERVICES in accordance with the terms and conditions of this
Agreement. It is specifically agreed to by the VENDOR that the COUNTY will not compensate the VENDOR for any SERVICES
provided outside those specifically identified in “Schedule A,” without prior authorization, evidenced only by a written Change Order,
Amendment, or Addendum to this Agreement executed by the Ulster County Executive (the “Executive”), the Legislative Chairman of
Ulster County (the “Chairman”), or the Ulster County Director of Purchasing (the “Purchasing Director”), after consultation with the
head of the COUNTY Department responsible for the oversight of this Agreement (the “Department Head”).


ARTICLE 2 - TERM OF AGREEMENT
The VENDOR agrees to perform the SERVICES beginning __[ENTER START DATE]__, 20___, and ending __[ENTER
COMPLETION DATE]__ ___, 20 ______.


ARTICLE 3 - COMPENSATION
For satisfactory performance of the SERVICES or, as such SERVICES may be modified by mutual written agreement, the COUNTY
agrees to compensate the VENDOR in accordance with the fees and expenses as stated in “Schedule B,” which is attached hereto and
is hereby made a part of this Agreement. The VENDOR shall submit to the COUNTY a monthly itemized invoice for SERVICES
rendered during the prior month, or as otherwise set forth in “Schedule B,” and prepared in such form and supported by such
documents as the COUNTY may reasonably require. The COUNTY will pay the proper amounts due to the VENDOR within sixty
(60) days of receipt by the COUNTY of VENDOR’S invoice with supporting documentation, and upon approval of the COUNTY’S
Comptroller. If the invoice and/or supporting documentation is objectionable, the COUNTY will notify the VENDOR, in writing, of
the its reason(s) for objecting to all or any portion of the invoice and/or supporting documentation submitted by the VENDOR.

A fixed fee / not-to-exceed [CHOOSE ONE- fixed fee OR not to exceed] cost of [WRITE OUT DOLLAR AMOUNT IN CAPS HERE
]_AND __/100 ($       . ) DOLLARS has been established for the scope of SERVICES to be performed by the VENDOR. Costs in
excess of such fixed fee/ not-to-exceed [CHOOSE ONE- fixed fee OR not to exceed] cost, if any, may not be incurred without prior
written authorization, evidenced only by a written Change Order, Amendment, or Addendum to this Agreement, executed by the
Executive, Chairman, or the Purchasing Director, after consultation with the Department Head. It is specifically agreed to by the
VENDOR that the COUNTY will not be responsible for any additional cost or costs in excess of the above-noted not-to-exceed cost if
the COUNTY’S authorization by the Executive, Chairman, or the Purchasing Director is not given in writing prior to the performance
of the SERVICES giving rise to such excess or additional costs.
                              COUNTY OF ULSTER – PURCHASING DEPARTMENT
                             THIRD FLOOR, 310 FLATBUSH AVE, KINGSTON, NY 12401
                    PHONE: 845-340-3400 / FAX: 845-340-3434 / WEB: www.co.ulster.ny.us/purchasing/
   BID NAME: YOUTH PROGRAM SERVICES                                               BID NO. RFP-UC09-56               Page     - 18 -




ARTICLE 4 - EXECUTORY CLAUSE
The COUNTY shall have no liability under this Agreement to the VENDOR or to anyone else beyond funds appropriated and
available for this Agreement.


ARTICLE 5 - PROCUREMENT OF AGREEMENT
The VENDOR represents and warrants that no person or selling agency has been employed or retained by the VENDOR to solicit
or secure this Agreement upon an agreement or upon an understanding for a commission, percentage, a brokerage fee, contingent
fee or any other compensation. The VENDOR further represents and warrants that no payment, gift or thing of value has been
made, given or promised to obtain this or any other agreement between the parties. The VENDOR makes such representations and
warranties to induce the COUNTY to enter into this Agreement and the COUNTY relies upon such representations and warranties
in the execution hereof.

For a breach or violation of such representations or warranties, the COUNTY shall have the right to annul this Agreement without
liability, entitling the COUNTY to recover all monies paid hereunder, and the VENDOR shall neither make claim nor be entitled to
recover any sum or sums otherwise due under this Agreement. This remedy, if effected, shall not constitute the sole remedy
afforded the COUNTY for such breach or violation, nor shall it constitute a waiver of the COUNTY’S right to claim damages or
otherwise refuse payment or to take any other action provided for by law, in equity, or pursuant to this Agreement.


ARTICLE 6 - CONFLICT OF INTEREST
The VENDOR represents and warrants that neither it nor any of its directors, officers, members, partners or employees, have any
interest nor shall they acquire any interest, directly or indirectly, which would or may conflict in any manner or degree with the
performance or rendering of the SERVICES herein provided. The VENDOR further represents and warrants that in the
performance of this Agreement, no person having such interest or possible interest shall be employed by it and that no elected
official or other officer or employee of the COUNTY, nor any person whose salary is payable, in whole or in part, by the
COUNTY, or any corporation, partnership or association in which such official, officer or employee is directly or indirectly
interested shall have any such interest, direct or indirect, in this Agreement or in the proceeds thereof, unless such person (1) if
required by the Ulster County Ethics Law, as amended from time to time, to submit a disclosure form to the Ulster County Board of
Ethics, amends such disclosure form to include their interest in this Agreement, or (2) if not required to complete and submit such a
disclosure form, said person either voluntarily completes and submits said disclosure form disclosing their interest in this
Agreement or seeks a formal opinion from the Ulster County Ethics Board as to whether or not a conflict of interest exists.

For a breach or violation of such representations or warranties, the COUNTY shall have the right to annul this Agreement without
liability, entitling the COUNTY to recover all monies paid hereunder, and the VENDOR shall neither make claim for, nor be
entitled to recover, any sum or sums otherwise due under this Agreement. This remedy, if effected, shall not constitute the sole
remedy afforded the COUNTY for such breach or violation, nor shall it constitute a waiver of the COUNTY’S right to claim
damages or otherwise refuse payment or to take any other action provided for by law, in equity, or pursuant to this Agreement.


ARTICLE 7 – REPRESENTATIONS BY THE VENDOR
The VENDOR represents that it is fully licensed (to the extent required by law), experienced, and properly qualified to perform the
SERVICES to be provided under this Agreement, and that it is properly permitted, equipped, staffed, organized, and financed to
perform such SERVICES.

The VENDOR understands that it may become necessary for the COUNTY to submit to governmental agencies, or to a court of
law, part or all of the data, analyses and/or conclusions developed as a result of the performance of these SERVICES. The
                              COUNTY OF ULSTER – PURCHASING DEPARTMENT
                             THIRD FLOOR, 310 FLATBUSH AVE, KINGSTON, NY 12401
                    PHONE: 845-340-3400 / FAX: 845-340-3434 / WEB: www.co.ulster.ny.us/purchasing/
   BID NAME: YOUTH PROGRAM SERVICES                                               BID NO. RFP-UC09-56                Page     - 19 -

VENDOR is aware that there are significant penalties for submitting false information to governmental agencies, including the
possibility of fines and imprisonment. The VENDOR is responsible for any such penalties resulting from false information
submitted to the COUNTY by the VENDOR.

ARTICLE 8 - FAIR PRACTICES
The VENDOR and each person signing on behalf of the VENDOR represents, warrants, and certifies, under penalty of perjury, that
to the best of their knowledge and belief that:

         A. The prices in this Agreement have been arrived at independently by the VENDOR without collusion, consultation,
         communication, or agreement with any other bidder, proposer, or with any competitor as to any matter relating to such
         prices, which has the effect of, or has as its purpose, restricting competition; and

         B. Unless otherwise required by law, the prices that have been quoted in this Agreement and on the proposal or quote
         submitted by the VENDOR have not been knowingly disclosed by the VENDOR prior to the communication of such quote
         to the COUNTY, or prior to the proposal opening directly or indirectly, to any other bidder, proposer, or to any
         competitor; and

         C. No attempt has been made or will be made by the VENDOR to induce any other person, partnership, corporation, or
         entity to submit or not to submit a proposal or quote for the purpose of restricting competition.

The fact that VENDOR (i) has published price lists, rates, or tariffs covering items being procured, (ii) has informed prospective
customers of proposed or pending publication of new or revised price lists for such items, or (iii) has provided the same items to
other customers at the same prices being bid or quoted, does not constitute, without more, a disclosure within the meaning of this
Article.


ARTICLE 9 - INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR
In performing the SERVICES and incurring expenses under this Agreement, the VENDOR shall operate as, and have the status of,
an independent contractor and shall not act as agent, or be an agent, of the COUNTY. As an independent contractor, the VENDOR
shall be solely responsible for determining the means and methods of performing the SERVICES and shall have complete charge
and responsibility for the VENDOR’S personnel engaged in the performance of the same.

In accordance with such status as independent contractor, the VENDOR covenants and agrees that neither it, nor its employees or
agents, will hold themselves out as, nor claim to be officers or employees of, the COUNTY, or of any department, agency, or unit
thereof by reason hereof, and that they will not by reason hereof make any claim, demand, or application to or for any right or
privilege applicable to an officer or employee of the COUNTY, including, but not limited to, Workers’ Compensation coverage,
health coverage, Unemployment Insurance benefits, Social Security coverage, or employee retirement membership or credit.



ARTICLE 10 - ASSIGNMENT
The VENDOR shall not assign any of its rights, interests or obligations under this Agreement, or subcontract any of the SERVICES to
be performed by it under this Agreement, without the prior express written consent of the Executive, Chairman or the Purchasing
Director. Any such subcontract, assignment, transfer, conveyance or other disposition without such prior consent shall be void and
any SERVICES provided thereunder will not be compensated. Any subcontract or assignment properly consented to by the Executive,
Chairman or the Purchasing Director shall be subject to all of the terms and conditions of this Agreement.

Failure of the VENDOR to obtain any required consent to any assignment, shall be grounds for termination for cause at the option of
the COUNTY, and if this Agreement be so terminated, the COUNTY shall thereupon be relieved and discharged from any further
liability and obligation to the VENDOR, its assignees, or transferees; and all monies that may become due under this Agreement shall
be forfeited to the COUNTY, except so much thereof as may be necessary to pay VENDOR’S employees for past SERVICES.
                                COUNTY OF ULSTER – PURCHASING DEPARTMENT
                              THIRD FLOOR, 310 FLATBUSH AVE, KINGSTON, NY 12401
                     PHONE: 845-340-3400 / FAX: 845-340-3434 / WEB: www.co.ulster.ny.us/purchasing/
   BID NAME: YOUTH PROGRAM SERVICES                                                BID NO. RFP-UC09-56                Page     - 20 -

The provisions of this clause shall not hinder, prevent, or affect any assignment by the VENDOR for the benefit of its creditors made
pursuant to the Laws of the State of New York, except where the Federal Supremacy Clause requires otherwise.

This Agreement may be assigned by the COUNTY to any corporation, agency, municipality or instrumentality having authority to
accept such assignment.
ARTICLE 11 - SUBCONTRACTING
The VENDOR agrees not to enter into any subcontracts for the performance of its obligations, in whole or in part, under this
Agreement, without the prior written approval of the Executive, Chairman or the Purchasing Director upon review of the COUNTY’S
Attorney. Should the VENDOR require the services of a subcontractor to fulfill its obligations under this Agreement, then two (2)
copies of each such proposed subcontract shall be submitted to the COUNTY with the VENDOR’S written request for approval. The
said subcontractor agreement approval is required in all cases other than individual employer-employee contracts. All such
subcontracts shall contain provisions specifying:

         A. That the work performed by the subcontractor must be in accordance with the terms of this Agreement between the
         COUNTY and the VENDOR; and

         B. That nothing contained in the subcontractor agreement shall impair the rights of the COUNTY; and

         C. That nothing contained in the subcontractor agreement, or under this Agreement between the COUNTY and the
         VENDOR, shall create any contractual relation in law or equity, between the subcontractor and the COUNTY; and

          D. That the subcontractor specifically agrees to be bound by the confidentiality provision as set forth in “Article
         13”(Confidentiality) of this Agreement between the COUNTY and the VENDOR. The VENDOR agrees that it is fully
         responsible to the COUNTY for the acts and omissions of its subcontractors, and of persons either directly or indirectly
         employed by them, to the same extent as it is for the acts and omissions of persons employed by the VENDOR.

The VENDOR shall not in any way be relieved of any responsibility under this Agreement by any subcontract.


ARTICLE 12 - PERFORMANCE
The VENDOR shall perform the SERVICES using VENDOR-owned equipment and facilities wherever and whenever possible. In
performing the SERVICES, the VENDOR shall assign qualified personnel and perform such SERVICES in accordance with the
standards, and with the skill, diligence, and quality control/quality assurance measures expected of a recognized and reputable
company performing services of a similar nature. The VENDOR is hereby given notice that the COUNTY will be relying upon the
accuracy, competence, and completeness of the VENDOR’S SERVICES in using the results of these SERVICES. The VENDOR
shall at all times comply with all applicable Federal, State, and Local Laws, ordinances, statutes, rules, and regulations.


ARTICLE 13 - CONFIDENTIALITY
For purposes of this Article:

    A. The term “Confidential Information” as used herein means all material and information, whether written or oral, received by
    the VENDOR from or through the COUNTY or any other person connected with the COUNTY, or developed, produced, or
    obtained by the VENDOR in connection with the performance of SERVICES under this Agreement. Confidential Information
    shall include, but not be limited to, samples, substances and other materials, conversations, correspondence, records, notes,
    reports, plans, drawings, specifications and other documents in draft or final form, including any documentation or data relating
    to the results of any investigation, testing, sampling in laboratory or other analysis, and all conclusions, interpretations,
    recommendations and/or comments relating thereto.

    B. The term “VENDOR,” as used herein, includes all officers, directors, employees, agents, subcontractors, assignees, or
    representatives of the VENDOR.
                               COUNTY OF ULSTER – PURCHASING DEPARTMENT
                              THIRD FLOOR, 310 FLATBUSH AVE, KINGSTON, NY 12401
                     PHONE: 845-340-3400 / FAX: 845-340-3434 / WEB: www.co.ulster.ny.us/purchasing/
   BID NAME: YOUTH PROGRAM SERVICES                                                  BID NO. RFP-UC09-56                 Page     - 21 -


The VENDOR shall keep all Confidential Information in a secure location within the VENDOR’S offices. The COUNTY shall have
the right, but not the obligation, to enter the VENDOR’S offices in order to inspect the arrangements of the VENDOR for keeping
Confidential Information secure. No inspection or failure to inspect by the COUNTY shall relieve the VENDOR of the responsibility
for the performance of its obligations hereunder.

The VENDOR shall hold Confidential Information in trust and confidence, shall not disclose Confidential Information, or any portion
thereof, to anyone other than the COUNTY without the prior written consent of the Executive, Chairman or the Purchasing Director,
and shall not use Confidential Information, or any portion thereof, for any purpose whatsoever except in connection with the
performance of the SERVICES under this Agreement.

The VENDOR shall notify the COUNTY immediately upon receipt by the VENDOR of any request by anyone other than the
COUNTY for, or any inquiry related to, Confidential Information. The VENDOR is not prohibited from disclosing portions of
Confidential Information if, and to the extent that (i) such portions have become generally available to the public other than by an act
or omission of the VENDOR; or (ii) disclosure of such portions is required by subpoena, warrant or court order; provided, however,
that in the event anyone other than the COUNTY requests all or a portion of Confidential Information, the VENDOR shall oppose
such request and cooperate with the COUNTY in obtaining a protective order or other appropriate remedy unless and until the
Executive, Chairman, or the Purchasing Director, in writing, waives compliance with the provisions of this Article or determines that
disclosure is legally required. In the event that such protective order or other remedy is not obtained, or the COUNTY waives
compliance with this Article or determines disclosure is legally required, the VENDOR shall disclose only such portions of
Confidential Information that, in the opinion of the COUNTY, that the VENDOR is legally required to disclose, and the VENDOR
shall use its best efforts to obtain from the party to whom Confidential Information is disclosed, written assurance that confidential
treatment will be given to such portions of Confidential Information as are disclosed, to the extent permitted by law.

The VENDOR shall obtain from each subcontractor of the VENDOR a confidentiality agreement running to the benefit of the
COUNTY, substantively identical to this Article, prior to the performance of any of the SERVICES in connection with this Agreement
by each such subcontractor, and at any time if requested by the COUNTY, from the officers, directors, agents, representatives, or
employees of the VENDOR or any such subcontractor.


ARTICLE 14 - OWNERSHIP OF CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION
Notwithstanding any other provision herein to the contrary:

    A. All Confidential Information, as defined in “Article 13”(Confidentiality), including all copies thereof, is the exclusive property
    of the COUNTY regardless of whether or not it is delivered to the COUNTY. The VENDOR shall deliver Confidential
    Information and all copies thereof to the COUNTY upon request.

    B. To the extent that copies of Confidential Information are authorized by the COUNTY to be retained by the VENDOR, they
    shall be retained in a secure location in the VENDOR’S office, for a period of six (6) years after completion of the SERVICES,
    or termination of this Agreement, whichever later occurs, and thereafter disposed of at the COUNTY’S direction.

ARTICLE 15 - PUBLICITY
The prior written approval of the COUNTY is required before the VENDOR, or any of its employees, representatives, servants,
agents, assignees, or subcontractors, may, at any time, either during or after completion or termination of this Agreement, make any
statement to the media or issue any material for publication bearing on the SERVICES performed or data collected in connection with
this Agreement.

If the VENDOR, or any of its employees, representatives, servants, agents, assignees or subcontractors, desires to publish a work
dealing with any aspect under this Agreement, or of the results or accomplishments attained in such performance, they must first obtain
the prior written permission of the Executive, Chairman, or the Purchasing Director, which, unless otherwise agreed to in said written
permission, will entitle the COUNTY to have a royalty fee and a non-exclusive and irrevocable license to reproduce, publish or
otherwise use, and to authorize others to use such publication.
                               COUNTY OF ULSTER – PURCHASING DEPARTMENT
                              THIRD FLOOR, 310 FLATBUSH AVE, KINGSTON, NY 12401
                     PHONE: 845-340-3400 / FAX: 845-340-3434 / WEB: www.co.ulster.ny.us/purchasing/
   BID NAME: YOUTH PROGRAM SERVICES                                                   BID NO. RFP-UC09-56                 Page     - 22 -



ARTICLE 16 - BOOKS AND RECORDS
The VENDOR agrees to maintain separate and accurate books, records, documents and other evidence and to employ accounting
procedures and practices that sufficiently and properly reflect all direct and indirect costs of any nature expended in the
performance of this Agreement.
ARTICLE 17 - RETENTION OF RECORDS
The VENDOR agrees to retain all books, records and other documents relevant to this Agreement for six (6) years after the final
payment or termination of this Agreement, whichever later occurs. The COUNTY, any State and/or Federal auditors, and any other
persons duly authorized by the COUNTY, shall have full access and the right to examine any of said materials during said period.


ARTICLE 18 - AUDIT BY THE COUNTY AND OTHERS
All forms or invoices presented for payment to be made hereunder, and the books, records and accounts upon which said forms or
invoices are based are subject to audit by the COUNTY. The VENDOR shall submit any and all documentation and justification in
support of expenditures or fees under this Agreement as may be required by the COUNTY, so that it may evaluate the
reasonableness of the charges, and the VENDOR shall make its records available to the COUNTY upon request. All books, forms,
records, reports, cancelled checks and any and all similar material may be subject to periodic inspection, review and audit by the
COUNTY, the State of New York, the Federal Government, and/or other persons duly authorized by the COUNTY. Such audits
may include examination and review of the source and application of all funds, whether from the COUNTY, the State, the Federal
Government, private sources, or otherwise. The VENDOR shall not be entitled to any interim or final payment under this
Agreement if any audit requirements and/or requests have not been satisfactorily met.


ARTICLE 19 – NO DISCRIMINATION

As required by Article 15 of the New York State Executive Law (also known as the Human Rights Law) and all other state and federal
statutory and constitutional non-discrimination provisions, including the Civil Rights Act, the VENDOR will not discriminate against
any employee or applicant for employment because of race, creed, color, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, disability,
genetic predisposition or carrier status, or marital status. Furthermore, in accordance with New York State Labor Law Section 220-e, if
this is an Agreement for the construction or alteration of any public building or public work or for the manufacture, sale or distribution
of materials, equipment, or supplies, and to the extent that this Agreement shall be performed within the State of New York, the
VENDOR agrees that neither it, nor its subcontractors, shall, by reason of race, creed, color, disability, sex, or national origin: (a)
discriminate in hiring against any New York State citizen who is qualified and available to perform the work; or (b) discriminate
against or intimidate any employee hired for the performance of work under this Agreement. If this is a building service contract as
defined in the New York State Labor Law Section 230, then in accordance with New York State Labor Law Section 239, the
VENDOR agrees that neither it nor its subcontractors shall by reason of race, creed, color, national origin, age, sex or disability: (a)
discriminate in hiring against any New York State citizen who is qualified and available to perform the work; or (b) discriminate
against or intimidate any employee hired for the performance of work under this contract. The VENDOR is subject to fines of FIFTY
AND NO/100 ($50.00) DOLLARS per person, per day, for any violation of the New York State Labor Law Sections 220-e or 239, as
well as possible termination of this Agreement and forfeiture of all moneys due hereunder for a second or subsequent violation.


ARTICLE 20 - INSURANCE
For all of the SERVICES set forth herein and as hereinafter amended, the VENDOR shall maintain or cause to be maintained, in
full force and effect during the term of this Agreement, at its expense, Workers’ Compensation Insurance, Disability Insurance,
Commercial General Liability Insurance covering personal injury and property damage, and other insurance with stated minimum
coverages, all as set forth in “Schedule C”(County of Ulster Standard Contract Insurance Requirements), which is attached hereto
and hereby made a part of this Agreement. Such policies are to be in the broadest form available on usual commercial terms and
shall be written by insurers of recognized financial standing, satisfactory to the COUNTY, who have been fully informed as to the
nature of the SERVICES to be performed. The COUNTY shall be an additional insured on all Commercial General Liability
policies with the understanding that any obligations imposed upon the insured (including without limitation, the liability to pay
                               COUNTY OF ULSTER – PURCHASING DEPARTMENT
                              THIRD FLOOR, 310 FLATBUSH AVE, KINGSTON, NY 12401
                     PHONE: 845-340-3400 / FAX: 845-340-3434 / WEB: www.co.ulster.ny.us/purchasing/
   BID NAME: YOUTH PROGRAM SERVICES                                                  BID NO. RFP-UC09-56                Page     - 23 -

premiums) shall be the sole obligation of the VENDOR and not those of the COUNTY. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary
in this Agreement, the VENDOR irrevocably waives all claims against the COUNTY for all losses, damages, claims or expenses
resulting from risks commercially insurable under this insurance described in this Article. The provision of insurance by the
VENDOR shall not in any way limit the VENDOR’S liability under this Agreement.

The VENDOR shall attach to this Agreement, certificates of insurance evidencing the VENDOR’S compliance with these
requirements.

Each policy of insurance shall contain clauses to the effect that (i) such insurance shall be primary without right of contribution of
any other insurance carried by or on behalf of the COUNTY with respect to its interests, (ii) it shall not be cancelled, including
without limitation, for non-payment of premium, or materially amended, without fifteen (15) days prior written notice to the
COUNTY, directed to the COUNTY’S Insurance Department and the Department Head, and (iii) the COUNTY shall have the
option to pay any necessary premiums to keep such insurance in effect and charge the cost back to the VENDOR.

To the extent it is commercially available, each policy of insurance shall be provided on an “occurrence” basis. If any insurance is
not so commercially available on an “occurrence” basis, it shall be provided on a “claims made” basis, and all such “claims made”
policies shall provide that

         A. Policy retroactive dates coincide with or precede the VENDOR’S start of the performance of this Agreement
         (including subsequent policies purchased as renewals or replacements); and

         B. The VENDOR will maintain similar insurance for at least six (6) years following final acceptance of the SERVICES;
         and

         C. If the insurance is terminated for any reason, the VENDOR agrees to purchase for the COUNTY an unlimited extended
         reporting provision to report claims arising from the SERVICES performed for the COUNTY; and

         D. Immediate notice shall be given to the COUNTY through the Department Head and the COUNTY’S Insurance
         Department of circumstances or incidents that might give rise to future claims with respect to the SERVICES performed
         under this Agreement.


ARTICLE 21 - INDEMNIFICATION
The VENDOR agrees to defend, indemnify, and hold harmless the COUNTY, including its officials, employees and agents, against
all claims, losses, damages, liabilities, costs or expenses (including without limitation, reasonable attorney fees and costs of
litigation and/or settlement), whether incurred as a result of a claim by a third party or any other person or entity, arising out of the
SERVICES performed pursuant to this Agreement, which the COUNTY, or its officials, employees or agents, may suffer by reason
of any negligence, fault, act or omission of the VENDOR, its employees, representatives, subcontractors, assignees, or agents.

In the event that any claim is made or any action is brought against the COUNTY arising out of the negligence, fault, act, or
omission of an employee, representative, subcontractor, assignee, or agent of the VENDOR, either within or without the scope of
his respective employment, representation, subcontract, assignment, or agency, or arising out of the VENDOR’S negligence, fault,
act or omission, then the COUNTY shall have the right to withhold further payments hereunder for the purpose of set-off in
sufficient sums to cover the said claim or action. The rights and remedies of the COUNTY provided for in this clause shall not be
exclusive and are in addition to any other rights and remedies provided by law, in equity, or, pursuant to this Agreement.


ARTICLE 22 – RESPONSIBILITY TO CORRECT DEFICIENCIES
It shall be the VENDOR’S responsibility to correct, in a timely fashion and at the VENDOR’S sole expense, any deficiencies in its
SERVICES resulting from the VENDOR’S failure to act in accordance with the standards set forth in “Article 12”(Performance),
provided such deficiencies are reported to the VENDOR within one-hundred twenty (120) days after completion of the SERVICES.
 If the VENDOR fails to correct such deficiencies in a timely and proper manner, the COUNTY may elect to have others perform
such corrections and the COUNTY may change any related cost of such corrections to the VENDOR and/or set off such amount
                              COUNTY OF ULSTER – PURCHASING DEPARTMENT
                             THIRD FLOOR, 310 FLATBUSH AVE, KINGSTON, NY 12401
                    PHONE: 845-340-3400 / FAX: 845-340-3434 / WEB: www.co.ulster.ny.us/purchasing/
   BID NAME: YOUTH PROGRAM SERVICES                                                BID NO. RFP-UC09-56               Page      - 24 -

against any sums otherwise due to the VENDOR. This remedy, if effected, shall not constitute the sole or exclusive remedy
afforded the COUNTY for such deficiencies, nor shall it constitute a waiver of the COUNTY’S right to claim damages or otherwise
refuse payment or to take any other action provided for by law, in equity, or pursuant to this Agreement.




ARTICLE 23 - CURRENT OR FORMER COUNTY EMPLOYEES
The VENDOR represents and warrants that it shall not retain the SERVICES of any COUNTY employee, or former COUNTY
employee, in connection with this Agreement or any other agreement that said VENDOR has or may have with the COUNTY
without the express written permission of the Executive, Chairman, or Purchasing Director. This limitation period covers the
preceding one (1) year, or longer if the COUNTY employee or former COUNTY employee has or may have an actual or perceived
conflict of interest due to their position with the COUNTY.

For a breach or violation of such representations or warranties, the COUNTY shall have the right to annul this Agreement without
liability, entitling the COUNTY to recover all monies paid hereunder and the VENDOR shall neither make claim for nor be entitled
to recover any sum or sums otherwise due under this Agreement. This remedy, if effected, shall not constitute the sole remedy
afforded the COUNTY for such breach or violation, nor shall it constitute a waiver of the COUNTY’S right to claim damages or
otherwise refuse payment or take any other action provided for by law, in equity, or pursuant to this Agreement.


ARTICLE 24 - PROTECTION OF COUNTY PROPERTY
The VENDOR assumes the risk of and shall be responsible for any loss or damage to COUNTY property, including property and
equipment leased by the COUNTY, used in the performance of this Agreement. Any such loss or damage caused, either directly or
indirectly, by the acts, conduct, omissions or lack of good faith of the VENDOR, its officers, directors, members, partners,
employees, representatives, or assignees, or any person, firm, company, agent or others engaged by the VENDOR as an expert,
consultant, specialist, or subcontractor hereunder, shall be the responsibility of the VENDOR.

In the event that any such COUNTY property is lost or damaged, except for normal wear and tear, the COUNTY shall have the
right to withhold further payments hereunder for the purposes of set-off in sufficient sums to cover such loss or damage.

The VENDOR agrees to defend, indemnify and hold the COUNTY harmless from any and all liability or claim for loss, cost,
damage or expense (including without limitation, reasonable attorney fees and costs of litigation and/or settlement) due to any such
loss or damage to any such COUNTY property described in this Article.

The rights and remedies of the COUNTY provided herein shall not be exclusive and are in addition to any other rights and remedies
provided by law, in equity, or pursuant to this Agreement.


ARTICLE 25 - FORCE MAJEURE
Neither party hereto shall be considered in default in the performance of its obligations hereunder to the extent that performance of
any such obligation is prevented and/or delayed by any cause, existing or future, which is beyond the control of such party, and
which by that party’s exercise of due diligence and foresight could not reasonably have been avoided.

Upon removal of such cause, the party affected shall resume its performance as soon as reasonably possible. The VENDOR’S
financial inability to perform shall not be deemed to be an event of Force Majeure regardless of the source causing such financial
inability. If the VENDOR is so delayed in the timely performance of the SERVICES, the VENDOR’S sole and exclusive remedy is
to request that a Change Order, Amendment, or Addendum to this Agreement be issued by the COUNTY and signed by the
Executive, Chairman, or the Purchasing Director, permitting an extension of time to perform the SERVICES in an amount equal to
the time lost due to such delay. Such request shall be based upon written notice only, stating the specific nature of the claim,
delivered to the Department Head promptly, but in no event later than thirty (30) days after the initial occurrence of the event giving
                             COUNTY OF ULSTER – PURCHASING DEPARTMENT
                             THIRD FLOOR, 310 FLATBUSH AVE, KINGSTON, NY 12401
                    PHONE: 845-340-3400 / FAX: 845-340-3434 / WEB: www.co.ulster.ny.us/purchasing/
   BID NAME: YOUTH PROGRAM SERVICES                                              BID NO. RFP-UC09-56               Page     - 25 -

rise to such claim. .An extension of time to perform the SERVICES may only be granted by a written Change Order, Amendment,
or Addendum to this Agreement signed by the Executive, Chairman, or the Purchasing Director. In no event shall the COUNTY be
liable to the VENDOR, or its subcontractors, agents, or assignees, or any other person or entity, for damages arising out of or
resulting from any such delays.

ARTICLE 26 - TERMINATION
The COUNTY may, by written notice to the VENDOR, effective upon mailing, terminate this Agreement in whole or in part at any
time (i) for the COUNTY’S convenience, (ii) upon the failure of the VENDOR to comply with any of the terms or conditions of this
Agreement, or (iii) upon the VENDOR becoming insolvent or bankrupt.

Upon termination of this Agreement, the VENDOR shall comply with any and all COUNTY closeout procedures, including but not
limited to:

         A. Accounting for and refunding to the COUNTY within ten (10) days, any unexpended funds that have been paid to the
         VENDOR pursuant to this Agreement; and

         B. Furnishing within ten (10) days an inventory to the COUNTY of all equipment, appurtenances and property purchased
         by the VENDOR through or provided under this Agreement, and carrying out any COUNTY directive concerning the
         disposition thereof.

In the event the COUNTY terminates this Agreement in whole or in part, as provided in this Article, the COUNTY may procure,
upon such terms and in such manner as deemed appropriate, SERVICES similar to those so terminated, and the VENDOR shall
continue the performance of this Agreement to the extent not terminated hereby. If this Agreement is terminated in whole or in part
for other than the convenience of the COUNTY, any services procured by the COUNTY to complete the SERVICES herein will be
charged to the VENDOR and/or set off against any sums due to the VENDOR.

Notwithstanding any other provision of this Agreement, the VENDOR shall not be relieved of liability to the COUNTY for
damages sustained by the COUNTY by virtue of the VENDOR’S breach of this Agreement or failure to perform in accordance with
applicable standards, and the COUNTY may withhold payments to the VENDOR for the purposes of set-off until such time as the
exact amount of damages due to the COUNTY from the VENDOR is determined.

The rights and remedies of the COUNTY provided herein shall not be exclusive and are in addition to any other rights and remedies
provided by law, in equity, or pursuant to this Agreement.


ARTICLE 27 - SET-OFF RIGHTS
The COUNTY shall have all of its common law, equitable and statutory rights of set-off. These rights shall include but are not
limited to, the COUNTY’S right to withhold for the purposes of set-off any monies otherwise due to the VENDOR (i) under this
Agreement, (ii) under any other agreement or contract with the COUNTY, including any agreement or contract for a term
commencing prior to or after the term of this Agreement, or (iii) from the COUNTY by operation of law. The COUNTY also has
the right to withhold any monies otherwise due under this Agreement for the purposes of set-off, any amounts due and owing to the
COUNTY for any reason whatsoever including without limitation, tax delinquencies, fee delinquencies, and/or monetary penalties
or interest relative thereto.


ARTICLE 28 - NO ARBITRATION
Any and all disputes involving this Agreement, including the breach or alleged breach thereof, may not be submitted to arbitration
unless specifically agreed thereto in writing by the Executive, Chairman, or the Purchasing Director, but must instead only be heard
in the Supreme Court of the State of New York, with venue in Ulster County or if appropriate, in the Federal District Court with
venue in the Northern District of New York, Albany Division.
                              COUNTY OF ULSTER – PURCHASING DEPARTMENT
                              THIRD FLOOR, 310 FLATBUSH AVE, KINGSTON, NY 12401
                     PHONE: 845-340-3400 / FAX: 845-340-3434 / WEB: www.co.ulster.ny.us/purchasing/
   BID NAME: YOUTH PROGRAM SERVICES                                                BID NO. RFP-UC09-56                Page     - 26 -



ARTICLE 29 - GOVERNING LAW
This Agreement shall be governed by the laws of the State of New York, except where the Federal Supremacy Clause requires
otherwise. The VENDOR shall render all SERVICES under this Agreement in accordance with applicable provisions of all
Federal, State, and Local Laws, rules and regulations as are in effect at the time such SERVICES are rendered.



ARTICLE 30 - WAIVER AND SEVERABILITY
The failure of either party to enforce at any time, any provision of this Agreement, does not constitute a waiver of such provision in
any way or waive the right of either party at any time to avail itself to such remedies as it may have for any breach or breaches of
such provision. None of the conditions of this Agreement shall be considered waived by the COUNTY unless such waiver is
explicitly given in writing by the Executive, Chairman, or the Purchasing Director. No such waiver shall be a waiver of any past or
future default, breach or modification of any of the terms or conditions of this Agreement unless expressly stipulated in such waiver
as executed by the Executive, Chairman, or the Purchasing Director.

The invalidity or invalid application of any provision of this Agreement shall not affect the validity of any other provision, or any
other application of any provision of this Agreement.


ARTICLE 31 - GENERAL RELEASE
The acceptance by the VENDOR or its approved assignees of the final payment under this Agreement, whether by invoice,
judgment of any court of competent jurisdiction, or administrative means shall constitute and operate as a general release to the
COUNTY from any and all claims of the VENDOR arising out of the performance of this Agreement.


ARTICLE 32 - NO CLAIM AGAINST OFFICERS, AGENTS OR EMPLOYEES
No claim whatsoever shall be made by the VENDOR against any officer, agent or employee of the COUNTY for or on account of
anything done or omitted in connection with this Agreement


ARTICLE 33 - ENTIRE AGREEMENT
The rights and obligations of the parties and their respective agents, successors and assignees shall be subject to and governed by
this Agreement, including “Schedule A,” “Schedule B,” and “Schedule C,” which supersede any other understandings or writings
between or among the Parties to this Agreement


ARTICLE 34 - SURVIVING OBLIGATIONS
The VENDOR’S obligations, and those of the VENDOR’S employees, representatives, agents, subcontractors, successors and
assignees, assumed pursuant to “Article 7”(Representations by the VENDOR), “Article 12” (Performance), “Article
13”(Confidentiality), “Article 14”(Ownership of Confidential Information), “Article 15” (Publicity), “Article 17”(Retention of
Records), “Article 21”(Indemnification), “Article 22”(Responsibility to Correct Deficiencies), and “Article 24”(Protection of
County Property), shall survive completion of the SERVICES and/or the expiration or termination of this Agreement.


ARTICLE 35 - MODIFICATION
No changes, amendments or modifications of any of the terms and/or conditions of this Agreement shall be valid unless reduced to
                              COUNTY OF ULSTER – PURCHASING DEPARTMENT
                             THIRD FLOOR, 310 FLATBUSH AVE, KINGSTON, NY 12401
                    PHONE: 845-340-3400 / FAX: 845-340-3434 / WEB: www.co.ulster.ny.us/purchasing/
   BID NAME: YOUTH PROGRAM SERVICES                                               BID NO. RFP-UC09-56               Page     - 27 -

writing and signed by the parties to this Agreement. Changes in the scope of SERVICES in this Agreement shall not be binding,
and no payment shall be due in connection therewith, unless prior to the performance of any such services, the Executive,
Chairman, or the Purchasing Director, after consultation with the Department Head, executes an Addendum, Amendment, or
Change Order to this Agreement, which Addendum, Amendment, or Change Order shall specifically set forth the scope of such
extra or additional services, the amount of compensation, and extension of time for performance, if any, for any such services.
Unless otherwise specifically provided for therein, the provisions of this Agreement shall apply with full force and effect to the
terms and conditions contained in such Addendum, Amendment, or Change Order.




         IN WITNESS THEREOF, the parties hereto have executed this Agreement as of the date set forth
above.

                                        INSERT DEPARTMENT NAME HERE
                                             (Approved as to content)

                                By: _________________________
                                NAME: [insert name of dept head]
                                TITLE: [insert title of dept head]
                                DATE: _______________________


COUNTY OF ULSTER                                               [INSERT VENDOR NAME]

By: _______________________                                    By: _______________________
NAME: ROBIN PERUSO                                             NAME: [insert CEO/Pres. name]
TITLE: Director of Purchasing                                  TITLE: [insert title ]
DATE:_____________________                                     DATE:_____________________

Note, Contracts over the amount of $50,000.00 shall require the approval of the Legislature
                     COUNTY OF ULSTER – PURCHASING DEPARTMENT
                       THIRD FLOOR, 310 FLATBUSH AVE, KINGSTON, NY 12401
              PHONE: 845-340-3400 / FAX: 845-340-3434 / WEB: www.co.ulster.ny.us/purchasing/
 BID NAME: YOUTH PROGRAM SERVICES                               BID NO. RFP-UC09-56            Page   - 28 -




                                       SCHEDULE A
                                    SCOPE OF SERVICES

DIRECTIONS:

     1. Please number all paragraphs

     2. Please explain in this schedule:

           A. WHO will be performing the service.
           B. A detailed description of WHAT the services are.
           C. WHEN the services will be performed.
           D. WHERE the services will be performed.
           E. HOW the services are to be performed.
           F. Include any procedures to be followed which may be required when the
              VENDOR is providing the service.
                       COUNTY OF ULSTER – PURCHASING DEPARTMENT
                        THIRD FLOOR, 310 FLATBUSH AVE, KINGSTON, NY 12401
               PHONE: 845-340-3400 / FAX: 845-340-3434 / WEB: www.co.ulster.ny.us/purchasing/
  BID NAME: YOUTH PROGRAM SERVICES                               BID NO. RFP-UC09-56            Page   - 29 -




                                 SCHEDULE B
                FEES, EXPENSES, AND INSTRUCTIONS FOR BILLING

DIRECTIONS:

       Please number all paragraphs.

      Please include the standard paragraphs in this schedule, which may be modified to meet
the specific details of the Agreement, such as to include hourly rate amounts, etc.

       *(PLEASE NOTE: Contracts should have a not to exceed or fixed fee amount, unless
          determined to be a special circumstance and the proper documentation from the
          department head accompanies the contract when submitted to contract management)

       Standard “Schedule B” language:

       1. The VENDOR’S fee for services shall not exceed [ENTER WRITTEN DOLLAR
AMOUNT HERE]*_ AND ___/100 ($                 .00) DOLLARS for the term of this Agreement.


       2. The VENDOR shall bill the COUNTY’S [Enter Department Name here] on a
[weekly/monthly/quarterly] basis for the hours of service provided, at a rate of [ENTER WRITTEN
DOLLAR AMOUNT HERE]_ AND ___/100 ($                     .00) DOLLARS per [hour/day/week], which
shall not to exceed the amount of [ENTER WRITTEN DOLLAR AMOUNT HERE]_ AND
___/100 ($         .00) DOLLARS per [week/month/quarter]. (Delete this paragraph if no hourly,
weekly, monthly, or quarterly rate is being paid.)


       3. The VENDOR shall submit to the COUNTY original invoices for payment. The invoices
shall be signed and dated by an officer or authorized designee of the VENDOR. The signatory
                         COUNTY OF ULSTER – PURCHASING DEPARTMENT
                          THIRD FLOOR, 310 FLATBUSH AVE, KINGSTON, NY 12401
                 PHONE: 845-340-3400 / FAX: 845-340-3434 / WEB: www.co.ulster.ny.us/purchasing/
  BID NAME: YOUTH PROGRAM SERVICES                                    BID NO. RFP-UC09-56         Page   - 30 -

shall also be identified as to title.


        4. The VENDOR shall submit the original, signed invoices to the COUNTY for payment on
                                                        th
a [choose: monthly/quarter] basis, by the         (          ) of each [month/quarter] for services provided
during the previous [choose: month/quarter].


        5. The VENDOR’S invoices shall contain, or have attached, sufficient supporting detail, as
reasonably required by the COUNTY, to verify the claim.


        6. In no event shall claims be submitted in advance or accrued prior to expenditure.


        7. The VENDOR’S final invoice under this Agreement shall be submitted by the thirtieth
   th
(30 ) day of the month following the ending date contained in “Article 2”(Term of Agreement)


        8. The COUNTY will remit payment to the VENDOR within sixty(60) days of the
submission of the invoice and the approval of the invoice by COUNTY’S Department Head and
Comptroller.


        9. The VENDOR agrees to meet any additional requirements which the COUNTY may,
from time to time, require upon reasonable notice to the VENDOR.
                            COUNTY OF ULSTER – PURCHASING DEPARTMENT
                            THIRD FLOOR, 310 FLATBUSH AVE, KINGSTON, NY 12401
                   PHONE: 845-340-3400 / FAX: 845-340-3434 / WEB: www.co.ulster.ny.us/purchasing/
   BID NAME: YOUTH PROGRAM SERVICES                                         BID NO. RFP-UC09-56             Page     - 31 -



                                                                                                             (Rev. 12/01/08)


                                                    SCHEDULE C
         COUNTY OF ULSTER STANDARD CONTRACT INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS
                (for all contracts EXCEPT blasting, hazardous waste, bridges, and other specialties )


WORKERS’ COMPENSATION AND DISABILITY INSURANCE:

The VENDOR shall take out and maintain during the life of this Agreement, Workers’ Compensation (WC) Insurance and
Disability Benefits (DB) Insurance, for all of its employees employed at the site of the project, and shall provide to the
Ulster County Insurance Department Certificates of Insurance evidencing this coverage. If VENDOR is not required to
carry such insurance, The VENDOR must submit form CE-200 attesting to the fact that it is not required to do so.

WORKERS' COMPENSATION REQUIREMENTS: To assist the State and municipal entities in enforcing WCL Section
57, VENDORS seeking to enter into contracts with municipalities MUST provide ONE of the following forms to the
government entity entering into a contract:

       IF VENDOR IS REQUIRED TO CARRY COVERAGE & HAS AN OUTSIDE CARRIER, submit Form C-105.2,
        “Certificate of Workers' Compensation Insurance” (the VENDOR’S insurance carrier will send this form to the
        government entity at the VENDOR’S request). (PLEASE NOTE: The State Insurance Fund provides its own
        version of this form, the U-26.3)

       IF VENDOR IS REQUIRED TO CARRY COVERAGE & IS SELF INSURED, submit Form SI-12, “Certificate of
        Workers' Compensation Self-Insurance” (the VENDOR’S Group Self-Insurance Administrator will send this form
        to the government entity at the VENDOR’S request).

       IF VENDOR IS NOT REQUIRED TO CARRY COVERAGE, submit Form CE-200, “Affidavit For New York Entities
        With No Employees And Certain Out of State Entities, That New York State Workers' Compensation and/or
        Disability Benefits Insurance Coverage is Not Required” (this form and the instructions for completing it are
        available from the link below).

DISABILITY BENEFITS REQUIREMENTS: To assist the State and municipal entities in enforcing WCL Section 220(8),
VENDORS seeking to enter into contract with municipalities MUST provide ONE of the following forms to the government
entity entering into a contract:

       IF VENDOR IS REQUIRED TO CARRY COVERAGE & HAS AN OUTSIDE CARRIER, submit Form DB-120.1,
        “Certificate of Disability Benefits Insurance” (the VENDOR’S insurance carrier will send this form to the
        government entity at VENDOR’S request).

       IF VENDOR IS REQUIRED TO CARRY COVERAGE & IS SELF INSURED, submit Form DB-155, “Certificate of
        Disability Self-insurance” (the VENDOR must call the Workers Comp. Board's Self-Insurance Office at 518-402-
        0247).

       IF VENDOR IS NOT REQUIRED TO CARRY COVERAGE, submit Form CE-200, “Affidavit For New York Entities
        With No Employees And Certain Out of State Entities, That New York State Workers' Compensation and/or
        Disability Benefits Insurance Coverage is Not Required” (this form and the instructions for completing it are
        available from the link below).

Please note that ACORD forms are NOT acceptable proof of New York State Workers' Compensation or Disability
Benefits insurance coverage.
                            COUNTY OF ULSTER – PURCHASING DEPARTMENT
                            THIRD FLOOR, 310 FLATBUSH AVE, KINGSTON, NY 12401
                   PHONE: 845-340-3400 / FAX: 845-340-3434 / WEB: www.co.ulster.ny.us/purchasing/
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Form CE-200 and the instructions for completing the application and obtaining the form are available on the Board's
website, www.wcb.state.ny.us, under the heading "Common Forms." VENDORS without access to a computer may
obtain a paper application for the CE-200 by writing or visiting the Customer Service Center at any District Office of the
Workers’ Compensation Board. However, VENDORS using the manual process may wait up to four weeks before
receiving a CE-200. Employees of the Workers’ Compensation Board cannot assist VENDORS in answering
question about this form. Please contact an attorney if you have any questions regarding Form CE-200.
However, If you have questions regarding workers’ compensation coverage requirements, please call the Bureau
of Compliance at (866) 546-9322.


COMMERCIAL GENERAL LIABILITY INSURANCE:

The VENDOR shall take out and maintain during the life of the Agreement, such bodily injury liability and property damage
liability insurance as shall protect it and the COUNTY from claims for damages for bodily injury including accidental death,
as well as from claims for property damage that may arise from operations under this Agreement, whether such
operations be by the VENDOR, by any subcontractor, or by anyone directly or indirectly employed by either of them. It
shall be the responsibility of the VENDOR to maintain such insurance in amounts sufficient to fully protect itself and the
COUNTY, but in no instance shall amounts be less than those set forth below. The amounts set forth below establish the
minimum acceptable levels of coverage.

Bodily injury liability insurance in an amount not less than ONE MILLION AND NO/100 ($1,000,000.00) DOLLARS for
each occurrence and in an amount not less than ONE MILLION AND NO/100 ($1,000,000.00) DOLLARS general
aggregate.

Property damage liability insurance in an amount not less than ONE MILLION AND NO/100 ($1,000,000.00) DOLLARS for
each occurrence and in an amount of not less than ONE MILLION AND NO/100 ($1,000,000.00) DOLLARS general
aggregate.


OTHER CONDITIONS OF COMMERCIAL GENERAL LIABILITY INSURANCE:

1. Coverage shall be written on Commercial General Liability form.
2. Coverage shall include:
        A. Contractual Liability
        B. Independent Contractors
        C. Products and Completed Operations
3. County of Ulster, P.O. Box 1800, Kingston, New York, 12402-1800 shall be added to the Commercial General
        Liability policy as “Additional Insured” and this insurance is primary and non-contributory with any other valid
        and collectable insurance.


AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY INSURANCE:

Automobile bodily injury liability and property damage liability insurance shall be provided by the VENDOR with a minimum
Combined Single Limit (CSL) of ONE MILLION AND NO/100($1,000,000.00) DOLLARS.


OTHER CONDITIONS OF AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY INSURANCE:

1. Coverage Shall Include:
        A. All owned vehicles
        B. Hired car and non-ownership liability coverage
        C. Statutory No-Fault coverage
                             COUNTY OF ULSTER – PURCHASING DEPARTMENT
                             THIRD FLOOR, 310 FLATBUSH AVE, KINGSTON, NY 12401
                    PHONE: 845-340-3400 / FAX: 845-340-3434 / WEB: www.co.ulster.ny.us/purchasing/
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PROFESSIONAL LIABILITY INSURANCE (e.g. MALPRACTICE INSURANCE)

Professional liability insurance in the amount of no less than ONE MILLION AND NO/100 ($1,000,000.00) DOLLARS

[   ] If this box is checked, professional liability insurance is required.


ADDITIONAL CONDITIONS OF INSURANCE:

1. VENDOR shall submit copies of any or all required insurance policies as and when requested by the COUNTY.

2. If any of the VENDOR’S policies of insurance are canceled or not renewed during the life of this Agreement, immediate
         notice of cancellation or non-renewal shall be delivered to the COUNTY no less than ten (10) days prior to the
         effective date and time of cancellation or non-renewal.


CERTIFICATE OF INSURANCE:

The VENDOR shall file with the Ulster County Insurance Department, prior to commencing work under this
Agreement, a certificate of insurance.

1. Certificate of insurance shall include:
          A. Name and address of Insured
          B. Issue date of certificate
          C. Insurance company name
          D. Type of coverage in effect
          E. Policy number
          F. Inception and expiration dates of policies included on the certificate
          G. Limits of liability for all policies included on the certificate
          H. “Certificate Holder” shall be the County of Ulster, P.O. Box 1800, Kingston, New York 12402-1800.

2. If the VENDOR’S insurance policies should be non-renewed or canceled, or should expire during the life of this
  Agreement, the COUNTY shall be provided with a new certificate indicating the replacement policy information as
  requested above. The COUNTY requires thirty (30) days prior written notice of cancellation.


INDEMNIFICATION BY THE VENDOR:

The VENDOR agrees to protect, defend, indemnify and hold the COUNTY of Ulster and its employees free and harmless
from and against any and all losses, claims, liens, demands and causes of action of every kind or character, including
claims, liens, debts, personal injuries, death (including claims or losses by or death of employees of the COUNTY of Ulster
or the VENDOR), and without limitation by enumeration, all other claims or demands of every character occurring or in any
wise incident to, in connection with, or arising, directly or indirectly, out of this Agreement. The VENDOR agrees to
investigate, handle, respond to, provide defense for, and defend any such claims, demands or suits at its sole expense
and agrees to bear all other costs and expenses related thereto, even if such claims, demands or suits are groundless,
false or fraudulent.
                      COUNTY OF ULSTER – PURCHASING DEPARTMENT
                        THIRD FLOOR, 310 FLATBUSH AVE, KINGSTON, NY 12401
               PHONE: 845-340-3400 / FAX: 845-340-3434 / WEB: www.co.ulster.ny.us/purchasing/
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     RETURN THIS PORTION OF THE PROPOSAL
                                PROPOSAL NARRATIVE

PROPOSAL OVERVIEW:

Utilizing the Proposal Summary Form (Attachment Eight), provide an overview that highlights all
pertinent program data including number to be served specifying new enrollments and carry-ins,
numbers of in-school and out-of-school youth to be served, programmatic costs and funding
sources.


GENERAL PROPOSAL INFORMATION:

   1) Describe your organization’s experience and performance in providing the proposed
      services for youth. Provide a detailed breakdown of services provided, and specific youth
      outcomes achieved vis-à-vis required youth performance outcomes.

   2) List all of the agencies to be utilized in program delivery, including the bidding
      organization, to ensure the youth service strategies are met (include job title for each
      organization’s staff person to provide services). Detail type of agreement (formal vs.
      informal), services to be provided by each agency, and funding amounts to be leveraged.
      How will duplication of services be avoided?

   3) List the staff positions, and include job descriptions as an attachment, for which funds are
      requested to provide program services. To enhance the likelihood that Ulster County will
      meet its performance, emphasis should be placed on staff maintaining a strong
      connection with youth.

   4) Provide a detailed strategy describing how outreach, recruitment and intake will be
      conducted to assure a mix of youth as described in III and VI above and the steps that
      will be taken to ensure total enrollment numbers are met, including the minimum
      enrollment numbers for out-of-school youth. Detail specific recruitment strategies
      for each targeted youth population. Describe procedure to coordinate eligibility
      determination with OET. Submit a completed enrollment/exit schedule provided
      below as Attachment Nine.

   5) Identify target population(s) and criteria to be used for selection of individuals for
      enrollment into the program. If an agency has contracted with UCWDB to provide
      youth services in PY 2007, the proposal should clearly state how many youth to be
      served will be carried in from PY 07 and how many will be new enrollees. Describe
      procedure for coordinating youth assessment with contracted OA agency.
                      COUNTY OF ULSTER – PURCHASING DEPARTMENT
                        THIRD FLOOR, 310 FLATBUSH AVE, KINGSTON, NY 12401
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   6) Describe where program activities will take place and program accessibility for all
      participants to be served. Describe: methods to be used in recording time attendance
      and progress of participants; the case management system; the monitoring system.

   7) Describe how program elements will link to services that prepare youth for post-secondary
      educational opportunities, link academic and occupational learning, prepare youth for
      employment and provide connections to intermediary organizations linked to the job
      market and employers.

   8) Describe how placement services will take place for youth interested in employment
      opportunities. Include a description of how contact will be maintained with youth after
      employment and program exit.

   9) Describe coordination to conduct post-testing to assess literacy and numeracy gains. At
      this time, the UCWDB expects to have post testing done by the contracted agency which
      will conduct Objective Assessment for the LWIA. Bidders planning to request to not
      utilized the contracted assessment agency, describe plans to coordinate with that agency
      to assure compliance with items mentioned in VII.) Program Components, Assessment.



PROGRAM DESIGN/PROGRAM ELEMENTS:

For each of the 10 program elements listed below, answer the following six questions. All
questions must be answered in a complete manner, clearly describing the design of the program
and services for youth. (A copy of the curriculum or program outline will be necessary, for
training elements only.)

PROGRAM ELEMENTS;
   1) Tutoring and study skills training
   2) Alternative secondary school
   3) Summer employment opportunities
   4) Paid and Unpaid work experience
   5) Occupational skill training
   6) Leadership development opportunities
   7) Supportive services
   8) Adult mentoring for at least 12 months
   9) Follow-up services for at least 12 months
  10) Comprehensive guidance and counseling

QUESTIONS;
  1) Describe how the program element will be provided through this proposal or through
     referral to an appropriate program or provider of services. If a referral for specific
     services will be made, name the organization(s) to provide specific elements.
                     COUNTY OF ULSTER – PURCHASING DEPARTMENT
                       THIRD FLOOR, 310 FLATBUSH AVE, KINGSTON, NY 12401
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  2) Describe the services to be made available for youth in each element, through this
     proposal or programs funded by other sources.

  3) As applicable, describe the youth activities for which participants will be paid (i.e. work
     experience, summer employment) and the method by which payment will be made.

  4) Describe the expected outcome for each element and how outcomes will be documented.
     Include definition for successful achievement of each program element. Specify how that
     outcome will lead to attainment of the various performance standards. Describe how you
     will track and report against WIA performance measures each month.

  5) Describe how you will provide the required 12 months of follow-up and attach process.

  6) Describe the time frames or duration of each program element.



ADMINISTRATIVE AND BUDGET:

  1)     Provide the official name the organization with which UCWIB would be contracting, if
         awarded funding.

  2)     Who is responsible for maintenance and management of records (fiscal and
         programmatic)? Who is the EEO officer of the organization?

  3)     Describe the need for Workforce Investment Act Title I funding. List in-kind services
         and/or additional (non-WIA Title I) funding to be provided/leveraged for the proposed
         program.

  4)     For audit purposes, specify the total amount of federal funding received by the bidding
         organization.

  5)     List most recent agency audit findings and any necessary corrective measures taken to
         improve operations. Attach a copy of the agency’s most recent audit.

  6)     How payroll is calculated (hourly and salary) and how often staff and participants of the
         program will be paid, as applicable.

  7)     Provide a cost analysis that clearly identifies and gives the amount spent on items that
         represent a) direct services for youth and b) administration and staff.

  8)     Provide a clear and complete description of the agency’s monitoring plan. Include
         items/topics to be monitored, a schedule of how frequently monitoring will take place,
         how findings will be shared with UCOET and how corrective action will be applied.
                         COUNTY OF ULSTER – PURCHASING DEPARTMENT
                          THIRD FLOOR, 310 FLATBUSH AVE, KINGSTON, NY 12401
                 PHONE: 845-340-3400 / FAX: 845-340-3434 / WEB: www.co.ulster.ny.us/purchasing/
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                        Ulster County Workforce Development Board
                                Ulster County Youth Council
                                    Title I Youth Program
                                 Detailed Budget Proposal


I. PROGRAM COSTS:
      DO NOT round to whole dollars. Reflect actual dollar amounts.

A. STAFF COSTS: (See Section of Allowable Costs charged to Program Training)

                                                     Salaries:
Position               Salary/Hourly       Month/Weeks          % WIA
_____________________ $                          X               X              =    $_______________
_____________________ $                          X               X              =    $             ___
_____________________ $                          X               X              =    $             ___
Include job descriptions for all staff and attach an approved salary schedule as applicable
                                                        Salaries Subtotal            $ _______________

                                                Fringe Benefits

FICA @ 7.65% (.0765) X         $ _______________ (Total Wages) =      $ __________

Retirement            ___________________________________                $ ______________
Health Insurance      ___________________________________                $ ______________
Life Insurance        ___________________________________                $ ______________
Worker’s Compensation ___________________________________                $ ______________
Medicare              ___________________________________                $ ______________
Unemployment          ___________________________________                $ ______________
                                      Fringe Benefits Subtotal           $ ______________

                                   Travel Costs (.445/mile limit for staff)
                       (Buses/vans must be the most economical means of transportation)

______________ Total Miles X __________ Rate Per Mile =           $ ______________
Other Travel Costs: Type ___________________ Amount               $ ______________
*Provide detail of travel                         Travel Subtotal        $ ______________

                                       A. STAFF COST TOTAL                      $ ______________

* Travel Costs must be itemized on a separate sheet and attached to proposal when submitted. Clearly document the
purpose of ALL travel.
                           COUNTY OF ULSTER – PURCHASING DEPARTMENT
                           THIRD FLOOR, 310 FLATBUSH AVE, KINGSTON, NY 12401
                  PHONE: 845-340-3400 / FAX: 845-340-3434 / WEB: www.co.ulster.ny.us/purchasing/
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B. SPACE/OFFICE COSTS:
                                                   Facility
1. Name of Facility/Address      Cost/Mo X # Mos. X % WIA Usage      =                 Total Cost
____________________             _______    _____    ________        =               $
____________________             _______    _____    ________        =               $
                                                       Facility Subtotal                     $

                                                   Utilities
2. Utilities                     Cost/Mo X # Mos. X % WIA Usage        =               Total Cost
____________________             _______    _____ ____________         =            $ __________
____________________             _______    _____ ____________         =            $ __________
                                                         Utilities Subtotal                  $ __________

                                                  B. SPACE/OFFICE COST TOTAL                $ __________

C. MATERIALS/SUPPLIES/EQUIPMENT COSTS:
                                Materials/Supplies/Equipment

                                   Purchase           Rental
Item                Quantity              Price     or Price                            Cost
_____________________       ________      _________ or__________                =   $ __________
_____________________       ________      _________ or___________               =   $ __________
_____________________       ________      _________ or___________               =   $ __________
_____________________       ________      _________ or___________               =   $ __________

(Include itemized list of all purchased materials, supplies, equipment, or rented (leased) equipment along with rental
agreement and percent (%) of WIA usage). (For equipment, include 2 quotes on separate sheet)
                                          Materials/Supplies/Equipment Subtotal              $ __________

                         C. MATERIALS/SUPPLIES/EQUIPMENT COST TOTAL                         $ __________

D. FEES AND BOOKS (no rental on books or purchasing books currently owned by an organization)

Identify Books/Fees        X         # participants        X     Cost           =       Cost
                           X                                                    =   $ ______________
                           X                                                    =   $              __
                                         D. Fees and Books Subtotal                        $ ____________

E. PAID WORK EXPERIENCE

       Slots X          Wage             X        # hours per participant           =      Total Wages
     _______ X       ________ X                                             =       $ __________

                                         E. WORK EXPERIENCE COST                            $ __________

F. PARTICIPANT FRINGE BENEFITS:                                                 Cost
           1. FICA @ .0765 x $ ____________________(Total Wages) =                  $ __________
           2. Worker’s Compensation _________ rate x total wages =                  $ __________
                                         F. TOTAL PARTICIPANT FRINGE                       $ __________
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                            THIRD FLOOR, 310 FLATBUSH AVE, KINGSTON, NY 12401
                   PHONE: 845-340-3400 / FAX: 845-340-3434 / WEB: www.co.ulster.ny.us/purchasing/
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G. SUPPORTIVE SERVICES:
   Please estimate supportive services. DO NOT round to nearest dollar. Reflect actual dollar amounts.

    Type of Support                Rate          # Partic.      Wks/Days                      Cost
    _______________                ________ X    _______        _________       =          $ __________
    _______________                ________ X    _______        _________       =          $ __________

                                   G. SUPPORTIVE SERVICES                       $ __________

H. PROFIT (Attach justification)
                                                         H. PROFIT TOTAL        $ __________

I. INDIRECT COSTS (include cost allocation plan or summary)
        Rate%                X        (Staff Salaries, etc.)
                             X                               =                  $          _____

J. PROGRAM INCOME:

                                         J. PROGRAM INCOME                                 $ __________

K. OTHER COSTS * (Itemize)                                                          Cost
         _____________________________________________                                     $ __________
         _____________________________________________                                     $ __________

                                                 K. TOTAL OTHER COSTS                      $ __________

                                                 III. TOTAL WIA PROJECT COSTS              $ _______________

            “Other Costs” (specify purpose) must be itemized on a separate sheet and attached to proposal when
             submitted.



I. Total Project Budget                                                 $
         TOTAL REQUEST FROM WIA TITLE I                                 $


Restrictions on Amounts Requested:

     All funding is contingent upon the availability of federal funding, authorization of program activities, and
      federal and state legislative actions.
                      COUNTY OF ULSTER – PURCHASING DEPARTMENT
                        THIRD FLOOR, 310 FLATBUSH AVE, KINGSTON, NY 12401
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                                           Attachment One
DEFINITIONS OF YOUTH PROGRAM ELEMENTS

Tutoring and Study Skills Training:
This element is designed to improve the basic and study skills of the eligible population. Tutoring
and/or study skills training shall be structured to ensure intensive individualized assistance is
provided for youth in need of remediation or skills improvement. This activity shall lead to
improvement in participant test scores and overall academic performance. Service providers
may refer participants for this service or provide the service through scheduled activities.
However, it is the responsibility of the service provider to document activities conducted and the
progress of students participating in this element.

Alternative School Settings:
Participants may be referred for scheduled alternative educational opportunities that are
designed to improve the student’s academic performance and will lead to continuation in
secondary school or graduation. Scheduling of alternative education activities and the definition
for successful outcomes will be consistent with local school district policies. Service providers
will be required to document activities conducted and progress of students participating in this
element.

Summer Employment Opportunities:
Summer employment opportunities are to be viewed as one element among many available to
youth as a part of a menu of activities offered by the local providers. Based on the interest and
needs of the youth served, service providers shall develop summer work experience sites and
opportunities for youth throughout the community. Work experience sites shall be made
available at convenient times and locations for participating youth. Service providers will be
responsible for: development of summer work sites in public and private sector, orientation of
work site supervisors and participants, completing work site agreements between worksite and
service provider, maintenance of participant timesheets, monitoring work sites and documenting
work activities, payment of youth work experience wages at no less that the federal minimum
wage rate, completion of I-9 and W-4 forms with participants, issuing W-2 forms at the end of
each calendar year. The UCWDB will reimburse service providers for costs incurred for the
development, oversight, and implementation of this element as well as provide overall monitoring
of summer employment programs.

Work Experience
Work experiences are planned, structured learning experiences that take place in a workplace for
a limited period of time. Work experiences are designed to enable youth to gain exposure to the
world of work and its requirements. Work experience should be designed to help youth acquire
the personal attributes, knowledge, and skills needed to obtain a job and advance in
employment. The purpose is to provide the youth participant with the opportunities for career
exploration and skill development and is not to benefit the employer, although the employer may,
in fact, benefit from the activities performed by the youth.

Work experience may be subsidized or unsubsidized (consistent with Wage and Hour Laws) and
may include the following elements:
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   1) Instruction in employability skills or generic workplace skills such as those identified by the
      Secretary’s Commission on Achieving Necessary Skills (SCANS) (See Attachment Two);
   2) Exposure to various aspects of an industry;
   3) Progressively more complex tasks;
   4) Internships and job shadowing (unpaid work experience);
   5) The integration of basic academic skills into work activities;
   6) Supported work, work adjustment, and other transition activities;
   7) Entrepreneurship; and
   8) Other elements designed to achieve the goals of work experience

Work experience can occur in the public; private for-profit; or non-profit sectors where the
objective assessment and individual service strategy indicate that work experience is appropriate.
Service providers will be responsible for developing work experience sites, providing orientation
to work site supervisors and participants, completing a work site agreement, payment of
participant wages, completion of necessary tax and W-2 forms, monitoring and documenting
work experience activities and progress, maintaining time sheets of participants, and reporting to
UCWDB activities under this element.

Internships:
Internships may be made available for a limited duration as an unpaid introduction to particular
occupation or industry. This activity is designed to provide informational training and experience
for youth to determine his/her interest in a specific occupation. It is not designed to provide work
activities similar to those of hired employees with an organization. Service providers will be
responsible for documenting internship activities throughout the duration of an internship.

Occupational Skills Training:
For youth, ages 18-21, assistance with the cost of occupational skills training may be available
through youth funding (consistent with OET staff recommendations). Occupational skills training
includes short-term (1 year or less) or two year training for a specific occupation shown to be in
demand in the UCWDB. See Attachment Three for a list of demand occupations. Occupational
skills training shall lead to a credential in the field of study (certificate, degree, or diploma) and full-time
employment in the field for which the participant was trained.

Leadership development opportunities:
Leadership opportunities for youth may include:

   1) Exposure to postsecondary educational opportunities;
   2) Community and service learning projects;
   3) Peer-centered activities, including peer mentoring and tutoring;
   4) Organizational and team work training, including team leadership training;
   5) Training in decision-making, including determining priorities;
   6) Citizenship training, including life skills training such as parenting, work behavior training,
      and budgeting of resources;
   7) Employability skills improvement; and
   8) Positive social behaviors, often referred to as soft skills, may include, but are not limited
      to, the following: Positive attitudinal development; self esteem building; cultural diversity
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       training; and work simulation activities.
Supportive services:
Supportive services will be made available based on the needs of the individual if other sources of
funding or services are not available to assist. It is the responsibility of a service provider to ensure
that other sources of supportive service funding are coordinated and accessed prior to utilizing Title I
WIA funds. Supportive services will be available, consistent with Board policy, through a service
provider contract or directly to individuals served. Supportive services may include:
   1) Linkages to community services;
   2) Assistance with transportation costs (may not include transportation to work);
   3) Assistance with child care and dependent care costs;
   4) Assistance with housing costs;
   5) Referral for medical services; and
   6) Assistance with uniforms or other appropriate work attire and work-related tool costs,
       including such items as eyeglasses and protective eye gear.

Adult mentoring:
This element shall be available to participants as a means of career exploration and personal
development. Service providers will be responsible for identifying adult mentors who are
interested in the advancement of youth in the community. Adult mentoring activities may include:
     Job shadowing and guidance provided by an adult to assist the participant in increasing
       his/her academic performance;
     Goal-setting;
     Support meetings to increase the motivation of the youth served;
     Career Exploration assistance;
     World of Work and social skills improvement.

Follow-up services for youth:
Follow-up services may include one or more of the following activities:
     Leadership development and supportive service activities listed above
     Regular (weekly) contact with a youth participant’s employer, including assistance in
      addressing work-related problems that arise;
     Assistance in securing better paying jobs, career development and further education;
     Work-related peer support groups;
     Adult mentoring;
     Tracking the progress of youth in employment after training.

All youth participants must receive follow-up services for a minimum duration of twelve (12)
months following termination from program participation.

Comprehensive guidance and counseling:
This element provides the eligible youth with intensive guidance and counseling related to career
exploration, personal counseling, drug and alcohol abuse counseling, financial counseling, and
goal setting. Specialized counseling and services may be conducted through a referral to an
appropriate organization or counselor experienced in counseling and guidance in the particular
area of concern. This may be an ongoing activity throughout the duration of services and follow-
up. Funding may be accessed through Title I of the Workforce Investment Act, if other sources
                       COUNTY OF ULSTER – PURCHASING DEPARTMENT
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of funding are not available to provide such a service.
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                                            Attachment Two


                                   SCANS FOUNDATION SKILLS


Basic Skills:           Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, Mathematics, Listening,
                        Speaking.

Thinking Skills:        Creative Thinking, Decision Making, Problem Solving,
                        Seeing Things in the Mind’s Eye, Knowing How to Learn,
                        Reasoning.

Personal Qualities: Responsibility, Self-Esteem, Social, Self-Management,
                    Integrity/Honesty.

Resources:              Allocates Time, Allocates Money, Allocates Material and
                        Facility Resources, Allocates Human Resources.

Information:            Acquires and Evaluates Information, Organizes and Maintains
                        Information, Interprets and Communicates Information, Uses
                        Computers to Process Information.

Interpersonal:          Participates as a Member of a Team, Teaches Others, Serves
                        Clients/Customers, Exercises Leadership, Negotiates to
                        Arrive at a Decision, Works with Cultural Diversity.

Systems:                Understands Systems, Monitors and Corrects Performance,
                        Improves and Designs Systems.

Technology:             Selects Technology, Applies Technology to Task, Maintains
                        And Troubleshoots Technology.
                           COUNTY OF ULSTER – PURCHASING DEPARTMENT
                           THIRD FLOOR, 310 FLATBUSH AVE, KINGSTON, NY 12401
                  PHONE: 845-340-3400 / FAX: 845-340-3434 / WEB: www.co.ulster.ny.us/purchasing/
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                                   Attachment Three
                     ULSTER COUNTY WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT BOARD
                               DEMAND OCCUPATION LIST
                                    February 17, 2009
OCCUPATIONS                                                              OCCUPATIONAL FIELDS
Medical Office Procedures (medical records technicians, medical         Medical / Health
billing and coding)
Health Professional, Technical & Service (home health aide, CNA,        Medical / Health
LPN, RN, PCA, Pharmacy Tech, EKG Tech, EMT, Certified
Occupational Physical Therapist, PTA, Surgical Tech, Registered
Medical Assistant
Human Services / Residential Workers – Direct Care Practice,            Medical / Health / Human Services
Human Service Assistant
Dental Assistant                                                        Medical / Health

Business / Office Computer Technologies ( receptionist, various;        Cross Industry
secretary, various; office; data entry; word processing; clerical,
various
Accounting / Bookkeeping                                                Cross Industry
Geographic Information Science                                          Cross Industry
Specialty Occupations ( surveyor, paralegal, culinary arts,             Cross Industry
motorcycle & auto & diesel mechanics, vet tech, personal fitness
trainer, teaching assistant, cosmetology, CASAC)
Financial Services (financial clerk, tellers)                           Cross Industry
Electronics Technician                                                  Cross Industry
Informational Technology                                                Cross Industry
Machine Tool Technology (machinists, tool & die makers,                 Manufacturing
machinery mechanics, machine operators, CNC, skilled assemblers,
etc.)
Industrial Technology Drafters (CAD, machining and production)          Manufacturing
Specialty Trades (electrician, plumber, carpenter, bricklayer,          Building Trades
(HVAC- heating, ventilation, air conditioning, refrigeration,
mechanics)
Transportation / Trucking Licenses ( CDL A – long haul trucking         Trucking
) ( CDL B – school bus driver, transit bus driver, box trucks)
Green Jobs (photovoltaic installation, geothermal installation, solar   Cross Industry
hot water installation, small wind turbine, weatherization, certified
energy manager)
Construction Manager                                                    Building Trades

Soft Skills Development Training
        Work readiness, Customer Service, Management Training, Sales Skills

Changes 2/09: Maintain current list, and: Add Green jobs, Construction Management (listed above)
        Increase training timeframes if needed (maintain a mix of both short- and long-term trainings, add completion
of 2 and 4 year degree programs)Emphasize “repair” and “upgrade” occupations

The Office of Employment and Training is granted authority by the WDB to fund training for occupations not included
on the Demand Occupations List if the customer requesting training demonstrates this occupation is now in demand.
Proving an occupation is in demand is accomplished by providing current job openings in the field and/or a letter of
commitment to hire.

The Demand Occupation List is seen as a fluid list and is reviewed quarterly by the Workforce Development Board
Strategic Planning Committee who recommends additions, subtractions or edits of the list to the full Board.
                      COUNTY OF ULSTER – PURCHASING DEPARTMENT
                        THIRD FLOOR, 310 FLATBUSH AVE, KINGSTON, NY 12401
               PHONE: 845-340-3400 / FAX: 845-340-3434 / WEB: www.co.ulster.ny.us/purchasing/
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                                        Attachment Four

                                     DEFINITIONS OF TERMS

The following definitions and explanations are provided to help potential contractors manage their
programs and meet performance standards.

“Basic Skills Deficient” – The individual has English reading, writing or computing skills at or
below the 8th grade level on a generally accepted standardized test or a comparable score on a
criterion-referenced test.

“Participant” – A youth who has been determined eligible to participate in and who is receiving
services under the WIA Title IB Youth program. Participation commences after said youth begins
receiving subsidized employment, training, or other services.

“Exit, Exiter” – This is the last date on which services were received by the individual, excluding
follow-up services. There are two ways to determine exit:
                     1.     a participant who has a date of case closure, completion, or known exit
                            from WIA-funded services within the Quarter (hard exit); or
                     2.     a participant who does not receive any WIA-funded services for 90 days
                            and is not scheduled for future services except follow-up services (soft
                            exit).

Participants who exit from services because they are incarcerated, deceased or have a
health/medical condition that prevents the individual from participating in services, should be
excluded from performance measures. Once a participant has not received any WIA funded
services for 90 days, except follow-up services, and there is no planned gap in service or the
planned gap in service is for reasons other than those specified above, that participant has exited
WIA for the purposes of measurement in the performance standards, except for younger youth
skill attainment rate which is not based on exit.

“Credential” – The criteria for Credential changes on July 1, 2006, due to Common Measures
requirements. The Credential performance measure will be based on the definition of
“Certificate,” defined below.

“Certificate” – A certificate is awarded in recognition of an individual’s attainment of measurable
technical or occupational skills necessary to gain employment or advance within an occupation.
Certificates awarded by workforce investment boards are not included in this definition.
Work readiness certificates are also not included in this definition. A certificate is awarded
in recognition of an individual’s attainment of measurable technical or occupational skills by: a
state educational agency or a state agency responsible for administering vocational and technical
education within a state; community colleges, proprietary schools, and all other institutions of
higher education that are eligible to participate in federal student financial aid programs; a
professional, industry, or employer organization or a product manufacturer or developer using a
valid and reliable assessment of an individual’s knowledge, skills and abilities; a registered
                      COUNTY OF ULSTER – PURCHASING DEPARTMENT
                        THIRD FLOOR, 310 FLATBUSH AVE, KINGSTON, NY 12401
               PHONE: 845-340-3400 / FAX: 845-340-3434 / WEB: www.co.ulster.ny.us/purchasing/
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apprenticeship program; a public regulatory agency, upon an individual’s fulfillment of
educational, work experience, or skill requirements that are legally necessary for an individual to
use an occupational or professional title or to practice an occupation or profession; a program
approved by the Department of Veterans Affairs to offer education benefits to veterans and other
eligible persons; Job Corps centers that issue certificates; and institutions of higher education
which is formally controlled, or has been formally sanctioned, or chartered, by the governing body
of an Indian tribe or tribes.
                    COUNTY OF ULSTER – PURCHASING DEPARTMENT
                      THIRD FLOOR, 310 FLATBUSH AVE, KINGSTON, NY 12401
             PHONE: 845-340-3400 / FAX: 845-340-3434 / WEB: www.co.ulster.ny.us/purchasing/
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                                      Attachment Five

MONTHLY YOUTH SERVICES REPORT

Agency Name: ___________________________                          Month of __________, 200___.

Youth Name       Program Elements
                      1           2                       3               4               5
                 Begun   Ended   Begun    Ended   Begun       Ended   Begun   Ended   Begun   Ended
                    COUNTY OF ULSTER – PURCHASING DEPARTMENT
                      THIRD FLOOR, 310 FLATBUSH AVE, KINGSTON, NY 12401
             PHONE: 845-340-3400 / FAX: 845-340-3434 / WEB: www.co.ulster.ny.us/purchasing/
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                                                                                      Page 2 of 3

MONTHLY YOUTH SERVICES REPORT

Agency Name: ___________________________                         Month of __________, 200__.

Youth Name       Program Elements
                      6           7                       8               9                10
                 Begun   Ended   Begun    Ended   Begun       Ended   Begun   Ended   Begun   Ended
                       COUNTY OF ULSTER – PURCHASING DEPARTMENT
                         THIRD FLOOR, 310 FLATBUSH AVE, KINGSTON, NY 12401
                PHONE: 845-340-3400 / FAX: 845-340-3434 / WEB: www.co.ulster.ny.us/purchasing/
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                                                                                Page 3 of 3


The purpose of this report is to provide information on youths’ progress in beginning and ending
service in each/any program element.

THIS REPORT SHOULD ONLY INCLUDE THOSE YOUTH WHO ARE BEGINNING OR
ENDING ACTIVITY IN ANY ELEMENT FOR THE MONTH REPORTED ON.

This report must accompany each monthly payment voucher. The absence of this report shall
cause a delay in processing of the payment voucher.

Directions: List the name of any youth who has begun or ended activity in any of the program
elements listed above. The date service began or ended for any element should be given in the
appropriate box across from the youth’s name. See the attached example sheet.

It is only necessary to include the first two pages of this report for any month.

Program Elements
 1 - Tutoring, study skills
 2 - Alternative secondary school
 3 - Summer employment
 4 - Paid/unpaid work experience
 5 - Occupational skill training
 6 - Leadership Development training
 7 - Supportive services
 8 - Adult mentoring
 9 - Comprehensive Guidance/counseling
10 - Follow-up services
                           COUNTY OF ULSTER – PURCHASING DEPARTMENT
                           THIRD FLOOR, 310 FLATBUSH AVE, KINGSTON, NY 12401
                  PHONE: 845-340-3400 / FAX: 845-340-3434 / WEB: www.co.ulster.ny.us/purchasing/
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MONTHLY INDIVIDUAL YOUTH SERVICES REPORT                       Month _____________

Contractor ____________________          Client Name _______________________________

  Program Element           Date       Date         Progress This Month
                            Began      Ended
  Tutoring, study skills


  Alternative secondary
  school

  Summer employment

  Paid/unpaid work
  experience

  Occupational skills
  training

  Leadership
  development training
  Supportive services


  Adult mentoring


  Comprehensive
  guidance/counseling

  Follow-up services
                    COUNTY OF ULSTER – PURCHASING DEPARTMENT
                      THIRD FLOOR, 310 FLATBUSH AVE, KINGSTON, NY 12401
             PHONE: 845-340-3400 / FAX: 845-340-3434 / WEB: www.co.ulster.ny.us/purchasing/
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     MONTHLY FINANCIAL STATUS/CUMULATIVE HOUR REPORT                                                 ________________________
                                                                                                            Month/Year

Youth Name                    School     Hours         Cumulative Wage Paid            Cumulative              Payroll       Cumulative
                              Status:    Worked        Hours      In the               Wage Paid               Expenses      Payroll
                              i/s or     In the        Worked To Month                 To Date                 Paid In the   Expenses
                              o/s        Month         Date                                                    Month         Paid To Date




                                       I/S            O/S            Total             % Charged to I/S                % Charged to O/S
Monthly Wages
Cumulative Wages
Monthly Payroll Expenses
Cumulative Payroll expenses
                     COUNTY OF ULSTER – PURCHASING DEPARTMENT
                       THIRD FLOOR, 310 FLATBUSH AVE, KINGSTON, NY 12401
              PHONE: 845-340-3400 / FAX: 845-340-3434 / WEB: www.co.ulster.ny.us/purchasing/
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                                        Attachment Six

                            Proposal Summary Form (Please print or type)

Name of Proposing Program: ___________________________________________________

Proposing
Organization: _________________________________________________________________

Address/Zip: _________________________________________________________________

Contact Person/Title: __________________________________________________________

Contact Telephone: ______________________ Email: ______________________________

Fiscal Contact (name & phone #): __________________________________________________

Incorporated organization (check one): private-for-profit___          Non-profit___      Public___

Number of participants to be served: In-school____ Out-of-school ____ Total ____

         No. of New Enrollments:         In-School ____ Out-of-School____ Total _____

         No. of Carry-ins (If applicable): In-School _____ Out-of-School ___ Total ____

Amount of WIA Funds Requested in this Proposal: $_________________________________

Amount WIA Funds for Out-of-School Activities: $_____________________

Amount of WIA Funds For In-School Activities: $______________________

Amount WIA Funds for Direct Youth Services: $_______________________

Amount of WIA Funds For Administration/Staff: $_____________________

Amount of Matching Funds: $__________________________

Name(s) of collaborating organization(s): _________________________________________

Total Program Budget: $_______________________

Signature of Contact Person: ___________________________________________________

Date: ____________________________
                            COUNTY OF ULSTER – PURCHASING DEPARTMENT
                           THIRD FLOOR, 310 FLATBUSH AVE, KINGSTON, NY 12401
                  PHONE: 845-340-3400 / FAX: 845-340-3434 / WEB: www.co.ulster.ny.us/purchasing/
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                                      Attachment Seven

   ENROLLMENT/EXIT SCHEDULE

                      Jul    Aug   Sept   Oct   Nov Dec      Jan    Feb   Mar     Apr     May      June     Total

# Enrollments
# Objective
Assessments
# Enroll into Basic
Skills
# Enroll in Work
Readiness
# Enroll in Occ.
Training
# Enroll in
Internship/
Placement

# of Program
Exits
# of Skill Goal
Attainments
# of Job
Placements
# 0f
Diploma/Equivale
nt Attainments (In-
School)
# of GED
Attainments (Out
of School)
# of Credential
Attainments
# of 30 Day
Retentions
                                 COUNTY OF ULSTER – PURCHASING DEPARTMENT
                               THIRD FLOOR, 310 FLATBUSH AVE, KINGSTON, NY 12401
                      PHONE: 845-340-3400 / FAX: 845-340-3434 / WEB: www.co.ulster.ny.us/purchasing/
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                                Attachment Eight                 PY 09 Contractor Calendar
                                                                  nd
                  (w/i 5 business days)                         (2 Thu)                 (3rd Thu)               Tentative
                      Reporting Dates                            Youth                                          Monitoring
Month              Participant/Financial            WDB*        Council*                Youth Provider *        Timeframes


July                          07/07/09               X              X                   07/16/09
                              (June Reports)

August                        08/07/09               X              X                   08/20/09                Quarterly Program Review
                              (July Reports)                                                                    Youth/OJT

September                     09/7/09               09/09/09    09/10/09                09/17/09
                              (August Reports)

October                       10/07/09               X          10/08/09                10/15/09
                              (September Reports)

November                      11/06/09              Retreat     11/12/09                11/19/09                Quarterly Program Review
                              (October Reports)                                                                 Youth

December                      12/07/09              12/11/09    12/10/09                12/17/09
                              (November Reports)

January                       01/07/10                X         01/14/10                01/14/10                Financial/Program
                              (December Reports)

February                      02/05/10                X         02/11/10                02/18/10                Financial/Program
                              (January Reports)                                                                 Youth/OJT

March                         03/05/10              03/10/10    03/11/10                03/18/10
                              (February Reports)

April                         04/07/10               X          04/08/10                04/15/10                Quarterly Program Review
                              (March Reports)
May                           05/07/10              05/12/10    05/13/10                05/20/10                Quarterly Program Review
                              (April Reports)                                                                   Youth
June                          06/07/10              06/24/10    06/10/10                06/17/10
                              (May Reports)

* Meeting dates are subject to change.
                            COUNTY OF ULSTER – PURCHASING DEPARTMENT
                              THIRD FLOOR, 310 FLATBUSH AVE, KINGSTON, NY 12401
                     PHONE: 845-340-3400 / FAX: 845-340-3434 / WEB: www.co.ulster.ny.us/purchasing/
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Attachment Nine
                                              Exit Cohorts for WIA Performance Reporting

                                                                                 Program Year 2007                       Program Year 2008                      Program Year 2009

Performance                 Apr-      Jul-     Oct-        Jan-   Apr-      Jul-      Oct-       Jan-     Apr-      Jul-      Oct-       Jan-     Apr-      Jul-      Oct-     Jan-       Apr-
Measure/Quarter             Jun       Sep      Dec         Mar    Jun       Sep       Dec        Mar      Jun       Sep       Dec        Mar      Jun       Sep       Dec      Mar        Jun
                            2006      2006     2006        2007   2007      2007      2007       2008     2008      2008      2008       2009     2009      2009      2009     2010       2010
Total Participants
(Adult, DW )
                                                                                   Jul. 2007 - Jun 2008                    Jul. 2008 - Jun 2009                    Jul. 2009 - Jun 2010
Literacy and Numeracy
Gain (Out-of-School Yth)
Exiters
                                                                         Apr 2007 - Mar 2008                     Apr 2008 - Mar 2009                     Apr 2009 - Mar 2010
(Adult, DW & Youth)
Entered Employment
Rate (Adult, DW)

Placement in Employ-
ment or Education (Yth)                            Oct. 2006 - Sept. 2007                 Oct. 2007 - Sept. 2008                  Oct. 2008 - Sept. 2009

Attainment of Degree or
Certificate (Yth)

Employment Retention
Rate (Adult, DW)
                                   Apr. 2006 - Mar. 2007                 Apr. 2007 - Mar. 2008                   Apr. 2008 - Mar. 2009
Average Earnings (6-
months) (Adult, DW)
                       COUNTY OF ULSTER – PURCHASING DEPARTMENT
                         THIRD FLOOR, 310 FLATBUSH AVE, KINGSTON, NY 12401
                PHONE: 845-340-3400 / FAX: 845-340-3434 / WEB: www.co.ulster.ny.us/purchasing/
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                     VENDOR NAME: ___________________________________

                                        REFERENCE SHEET

All bidders will be required to complete this form providing three (3) references of past performance.
References should involve projects and/or service situations of similar size and scope to this bid.
References must have had dealings with the Bidder within the last thirty-six (36) months. The
County reserves the right to contact any or all of the references supplied for an evaluation of past
performance in order to establish the responsibility of the Bidder before the actual award of the bid
and/or contract. Completion of the reference form is mandatory.

Ulster County or any of its departments may be listed as an additional reference, but may not be
substituted for any of the three required references.

1) Reference Name:       _________________________________________________________
       Address:        _________________________________________________________
                       _________________________________________________________
       Telephone:      __________________ Contact Person: _________________________
       Contract Date: _________________________________________________________


2) Reference Name:       _________________________________________________________
       Address:        _________________________________________________________
                       _________________________________________________________
       Telephone:      __________________ Contact Person: _________________________
       Contract Date: _________________________________________________________


3) Reference Name:       _________________________________________________________
       Address:        _________________________________________________________
                       _________________________________________________________
       Telephone:      __________________ Contact Person: _________________________
       Contract Date: _________________________________________________________
                            COUNTY OF ULSTER – PURCHASING DEPARTMENT
                            THIRD FLOOR, 310 FLATBUSH AVE, KINGSTON, NY 12401
                   PHONE: 845-340-3400 / FAX: 845-340-3434 / WEB: www.co.ulster.ny.us/purchasing/
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                                                 ADDRESS SHEET

MAIL BID TO:
VENDOR NAME:______________________________________________________________
ADDRESS: _________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________
CONTACT: __________________________________________________________________
TELEPHONE:__________________________FAX: _________________________________
E-MAIL: _________________________________

ONLY if different -
MAIL PURCHASE ORDER TO:
ADDRESS: __________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________
TELEPHONE: ___________________ FAX: _______________________________________
CONTACT:______________________________ E-MAIL: _____________________________

ONLY if different -
MAIL PAYMENT TO:
ADDRESS: _________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________
TELEPHONE:_____________________________FAX:_______________________________
CONTACT:_______________________________E-MAIL: ____________________________


***********************************************************************************************************************
IN ACCORDANCE WITH ULSTER COUNTY’S INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS (CHECK ONE):


        I certify that my company will deliver by common carrier


        I certify that my company will deliver by owned or leased vehicles


*************************************************************************************************************
                          COUNTY OF ULSTER – PURCHASING DEPARTMENT
                          THIRD FLOOR, 310 FLATBUSH AVE, KINGSTON, NY 12401
                 PHONE: 845-340-3400 / FAX: 845-340-3434 / WEB: www.co.ulster.ny.us/purchasing/
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                                 THIS PAGE MUST BE COMPLETED
                               VENDOR ORGANIZATION INFORMATION

VENDOR NAME: ______________________________________________________________

TYPE OF ENTITY:
CORP._____________PARTNERSHIP___________INDIVIDUAL____________

FEDERAL EMPLOYEE ID #:___________________ OR SOCIAL SECURITY #_____________
DATE OF ORGANIZATION:__________________________________
IF APPLICABLE: DATE FILED: ___________________ STATE FILED: ___________________
If a non publicly owned Corporation:
       CORPORATION NAME: ___________________________________
       LIST PRINCIPAL STOCKHOLDERS: (5% of outstanding shares)
____________________________________                   ________________________________________
____________________________________ _________________________________________
       LIST OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
               NAME                                    TITLE
____________________________________ _________________________________________
____________________________________ _________________________________________


******************************************************************************************************************
If a partnership:
PARTNERSHIP NAME:________________________________________
       LIST PARTNERS NAME(S):
_____________________________________ ________________________________________
_____________________________________ ________________________________________
_____________________________________ ________________________________________
_____________________________________ ________________________________________
                           COUNTY OF ULSTER – PURCHASING DEPARTMENT
                            THIRD FLOOR, 310 FLATBUSH AVE, KINGSTON, NY 12401
                   PHONE: 845-340-3400 / FAX: 845-340-3434 / WEB: www.co.ulster.ny.us/purchasing/
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    CERTIFICATION REGARDING LOBBYING; DEBARMENT, SUSPENSION AND OTHER
      RESPONSIBILITY MATTERS; AND DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE REQUIREMENTS
Applicants should refer to the regulations cited below to determine the certification included in the regulations before
completing the form. Signature of this form provides for compliance with certification requirements under 34 CFR
Part 82, "New Restrictions on Lobbying," and 34 CFR Part 85, "Government-wide Debarment and Suspension (Non-
Procurement) and Government-wide Requirements for Drug-Free Workplace (Grants)." The certificate shall be
treated as a material representation of fact upon which reliance will be placed when the Department of Labor
determines to award the covered transaction, grant, or cooperative agreement.
                                                               as defined at 34 CFR Part 85, Sections 85.105 and
                                                               85.110-
1. LOBBYING
As required by Section 1352, Title 31, of the U.S. Code,      A. The applicant certifies that it and its principals:
and implemented at 34 CFR Part 82, for persons
entering into a grant or cooperative agreement over               (a) Are not presently debarred, suspended,
$100,000 as defined at 34 CFR Part 82, Section 82.105              proposed for debarment, declared ineligible, or
and 82.110, the applicant certifies that:                          voluntarily excluded from covered transactions
                                                                   by any Federal department or agency;
(a) No Federal appropriated funds have been paid or
    will be paid, by or on behalf of the undersigned, to          (b) Have not within a three-year period preceding this
    any person for influencing or attempting to influence         application been convicted of or had a civil judgment
    an officer or employee of any agency, a Member of             rendered against them for commission of fraud or a
    Congress, an officer or employee of Congress,      or         criminal offense in connection with obtaining,
    an employee of a Member of Congress in                        attempting to obtain, or performing a public (Federal,
    connection with the making of any Federal grant,              State, or local) transaction or contract under a public
    the entering into of any cooperative agreement, and           transaction; violation of Federal or State antitrust
    the extension, continuation, renewal, amendment,              statutes or commission of embezzlement, theft,
    or modification of any Federal grant or cooperative           forgery, bribery, falsification or destruction of records,
    agreement;                                                    making false statements, or receiving stolen property;

(b) If any funds other than federally appropriated funds         (c) Are not presently indicted for or otherwise criminally
    have been paid or will be paid to any person for          or civilly charged by a Government entity (Federal, State,
    influencing or attempting to influence an officer or      or local) with commission of any of the offenses
    employee of any agency, a Member of Congress,             enumerated in paragraph 2A(b) of this certification; and
    an officer or employee of Congress or an employee o  f
a Member of Congress in connection with this Federal             (d) Have not within a three-year period preceding this
grant or cooperative agreement, the     undersigned shall     application had one or more public transactions (Federal,
complete and submit Standard Form-LLL,                        State, or local) terminated for cause or default; and
    "Disclosure Form to Report Lobbying,"        in
accordance with its instructions;                             B. Where the applicant is unable to certify to any of the
                                                              statements in this certification, he or she shall attach an
(c) The undersigned shall require that the language       f
                                                          o   explanation to this application.
this certification be included in the award
    documents for all subawards at all tiers (including
                                                              3. DRUG FREE WORKPLACE (GRANTEES OTHER
    subgrants, contracts under grants and cooperative
    agreements, and subcontracts) and that all                  THAN INDIVIDUALS)
    subrecipients shall certify and disclose accordingly.     As required by the Drug-Free Workplace Act of 1988,
                                                              and implemented at 34 CFR Part 85, Subpart F, for
                                                              grantees, as defined at 34 CFR Part 85, Section 85.605
2. DEBARMENT, SUSPENSION, AND OTHER
                                                              and 85.610-
RESPONSIBILITY MATTERS
As required by Executive Order 12549, Debarment and           A. The applicant certifies that it will or will continue to
Suspension, and implemented at 34 CFR Part 85, for                 provide a drug-free workplace by:
prospective participants in primary covered transactions,
                         COUNTY OF ULSTER – PURCHASING DEPARTMENT
                         THIRD FLOOR, 310 FLATBUSH AVE, KINGSTON, NY 12401
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(a) Publishing a statement notifying employees
     that the unlawful manufacture, distribution,              (1) Taking appropriate personnel action against
     dispensing, possession, or use of a controlled             such an employee, up to and including
     substance is prohibited in the grantee's                  termination, consistent with the requirements of the
     workplace and specifying the actions that will be         Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended; or
     taken against employees for violation of such             (2) Requiring such employee to participate
     prohibition;                                              satisfactorily in a drug abuse assistance or
                                                               rehabilitation program approved for such
(b) Establishing an ongoing drug-free awareness                   purposes by a Federal, State, or local health,
    program to inform employees about-                         law enforcement, or other appropriate agency;
   (1) The dangers of drug abuse in the workplace;
                                                            (g) Making a good faith effort to continue to maintain
   (2) The grantee's policy of maintaining a drug-free       a drug-free workplace through implementation of
     workplace;                                              paragraphs (a), (b), (c), (d), (e), and (f).

   (3) Any available drug counseling, rehabilitation,    B. The grantee may insert in the space provided below
       and employee assistance programs; and                the site(s) for the performance of work done in
                                                            connection with the specific grant:
   (4) The penalties that may be imposed upon                 Place of Performance (Street address, city,
    employees for drug abuse violations occurring             county, state, zip code)
    in the workplace;                                         _____________________________________
                                                              _____________________________________
(c) Making it a requirement that each employee to
 be engaged in the performance of the grant be                _____________________________________
 given a copy of the statement required by
 paragraph (a);                                          4. DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE (GRANTEES WHO
                                                            ARE INDIVIDUALS)
(d) Notifying the employee in the statement required
 by paragraph (a) that, as a condition of                As required by the Drug-Free Workplace Act of 1988,
 employment under the grant, the employee will-          and implemented at 34 CFR Part 85, Subpart F, for
                                                         grantees, as defined at 34 CFR Part 85, Sections 85.605
   (1) Abide by the terms of the statement; and          and 85.610-

   (2) Notify the employer in writing of his or her      A. As a condition of the grant, I certify that I will not
   conviction for a violation of a criminal drug            engage in the unlawful manufacture, distribution,
   statute occurring in the workplace no later              dispensing, possession, or use of a controlled
   that five calendar days after such conviction;           substance in conducting any activity with the grant;
                                                            and
(e) Notifying the agency, in writing, within 10
calendar days after receiving notice under               B. If convicted of a criminal drug offense resulting from a
subparagraph (d)(2) from an employee or                      violation occurring during the conduct of any grant
otherwise receiving actual notice of such                    activity, I will report the conviction, in writing, within
conviction. Employers of convicted employees                 10 calendar days of the conviction, to: Director,
must provide notice, including position title, to:           Grants Management Bureau, State Office Building
Director, Grants Management Bureau, State                    Campus, Albany, NY 12240. Notice shall include the
Office Building Campus, Albany, NY 12240.                    identification number(s) of each affected grant.
Notice shall include the identification number(s)
of each affected grant;                                   Check if there are workplaces on file that are not
                                                           identified here.
(f) Taking one of the following actions, within 30
calendar days of receiving notice under
subparagraph (d)(2), with respect to any
employee who is so convicted-
                                                                           (Continued)
                         COUNTY OF ULSTER – PURCHASING DEPARTMENT
                          THIRD FLOOR, 310 FLATBUSH AVE, KINGSTON, NY 12401
                 PHONE: 845-340-3400 / FAX: 845-340-3434 / WEB: www.co.ulster.ny.us/purchasing/
  BID NAME: YOUTH PROGRAM SERVICES                                     BID NO. RFP-07-57            Page    - 62 -




                     Certification Regarding Lobbying, Debarment, etc. (Continued)



As the duly authorized representative of the applicant, I hereby certify that the applicant will comply with the
above certifications.


    Certified by: ______________________________________________________________
                     Name of Applicant (Grantee/Subgrantee)

                 _____________________________________________ ___________________
                     Printed Name and Title of Authorized Representative

                 _____________________________________________ ___________________
                      Signature                                           Date
                               COUNTY OF ULSTER – PURCHASING DEPARTMENT
                              THIRD FLOOR, 310 FLATBUSH AVE, KINGSTON, NY 12401
                     PHONE: 845-340-3400 / FAX: 845-340-3434 / WEB: www.co.ulster.ny.us/purchasing/
     BID NAME: YOUTH PROGRAM SERVICES                                                   BID NO. RFP-07-57                  Page     - 63 -


                                 CERTIFICATION AND SIGNATURE FORM
                                            AFFIDAVIT OF NON-COLLUSION

NAME OF BIDDER:_______________________________                     PHONE NO.: ________________________ EXT:_________

BUSINESS ADDRESS: ___________________________                      FAX NO.: ___________________________


I hereby attest that I am the person responsible within my firm for the final decision as to the prices(s) and amount of this bid
or, if not, that I have written authorization, enclosed herewith, from that person to make the statements set out below on his
or her behalf and on behalf of my firm.

I further attest that:

1.   The price(s) and amount of this bid have been arrived at independently, without consultation, communication or agreement for the
     purpose of restricting competition with any other contractor, bidder or potential bidder.

2.   Neither the price(s), nor the amount of this bid, have been disclosed to any other firm or person who is a bidder or potential bidder
     on this project, and will not be so disclosed prior to bid opening.

3.   No attempt has been made or will be made to solicit, cause or induce any firm or person to refrain from bidding on this project, or
     to submit a bid higher than the bid of this firm, or any intentionally high or non-competitive bid or other form of complementary bid.

4.   The bid of my firm is made in good faith and not pursuant to any agreement or discussion with, or inducement from any firm or
     person to submit a complementary bid.

5.   My firm has not offered or entered into a subcontract or agreement regarding the purchase of materials or services from any other
     firm or person, or offered, promised or paid cash or anything of value to any firm or person, whether in connection with this or any
     other project, in consideration for an agreement or promise by an firm or person to refrain from bidding or to submit a
     complementary bid on this project.

6.   My firm has not accepted or been promised any subcontract or agreement regarding the sale of materials or services to any firm
     or person, and has not been promised or paid cash or anything of value by any firm or person, whether in connection with this or
     any project, in consideration for my firm’s submitting a complementary bid, or agreeing to do so, on this project.

7.   I have made a diligent inquiry of all members, officers, employees, and agents of my firm with responsibilities relating to the
     preparation, approval or submission of my firm’s bid on this project and have been advised by each of them that he or she has not
     participated in any communication, consultation, discussion, agreement, collusion, act or other conduct inconsistent with any of
     the statements and representations made in this affidavit.

8. By submission of this bid I certify I have read, am familiar with and will comply with any and all segments of these
   specifications.

The person signing this bid, under the penalties of perjury, affirms the truth thereof.

____________________________________________________________________
Signature & Company Position

____________________________________________________________________
Print Name & Company Position

____________________________________________________________________
Company Name

_________________________________________
Date Signed

_________________________________________
Federal I.D. Number
                    COUNTY OF ULSTER – PURCHASING DEPARTMENT
                      THIRD FLOOR, 310 FLATBUSH AVE, KINGSTON, NY 12401
             PHONE: 845-340-3400 / FAX: 845-340-3434 / WEB: www.co.ulster.ny.us/purchasing/
  BID NAME: YOUTH PROGRAM SERVICES                              BID NO. RFP-07-57             Page   - 64 -



  ALL QUESTIONS PERTAINING TO THIS SOLICITATION MUST BE
  SUBMITTED IN WRITING 5 DAYS PRIOR TO SUBMISSION OF BID.
Please use this form and fax to 845-340-3165 to the attention of Walter Witkowski, Senior
Employment and Training Coordinator, U. C. Office of Employment and Training. We will
respond as soon as possible.




Date:                    ___________________
Company Name:            ___________________
Contact Name:            ___________________
Telephone No.:           ___________________
Fax No.:                 ___________________
E-mail:                  ___________________
_______________________________________________
_______________________________________________
_______________________________________________
_______________________________________________
_______________________________________________
_______________________________________________
_______________________________________________
_______________________________________________
_______________________________________________
_______________________________________________
_______________________________________________
_______________________________________________
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