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No. 95-9 Supplement No. 2
December 17, 1996
CONTRACT AND GRANT OFFICERS
Subject: Interagency Master Agreement No. 94-21111- Amendment No. A-03, State of California, Department of Health Services, Occupational Health Branch
This memo transmits a copy of the subject amendment which extends the end date of this Master Agreement to December 31, 1996, and sets aside additional funds for projects under this master agreement.
Refer: Lourdes G. DeMattos
Subject Index: 02, 22
Organization Index: S-001
Samuela A. Evans
Contract and Grant Officer
THIS AGREEMENT is entered Into this 1st day of April by and between the undersigned State Agencies:
1. In that certain agreement between this Department and the Regents
of the University of
California, dated April 1, 1995,
A. Paragraph 3. first sentence is mended to read as follows:
"3. Scope of Services
The 'Scope of Services includes, but is not limited to, those described in this paragraph and Attachment A-l, consisting of one. page and entitled "An Overview of the General Work Plan'! which is incorporated herein and made a part hereof by this reference."
B. Paragraph 4. is amended to read as follows:
"4. Funds Obligated
Upon completion of services and projects defined in Memoranda of Understanding (MOU) issued pursuant to this Interagency Master Agreement, Agency agrees to pay UC an mount equal to UC's cost of performance hereunder and as approved by the Agency in individual MOU budgets in
NAME OF STATE AGENCY RECEIVING SERVICES NAME OF STATE AGENCY PROVIDING
Department of Health Services Regents of the University of California
FUND NUMBER AND NAME
CONTRACT AND GRANT OFFICER
AMOUNT ENCUMBERED BY THIS DOCUMENT
PRIOR AMOUNT ENCUMBERED FOR THIS CONTRACT
TOTAL AMOUNT ENCUMBERED TO DATE
PROGRAM/CATEGORY (CODE AND TITLE)
IMA #94-21111, A03
accordance with Section 8752 of the State Administrative Manual. The maximum amount payable by the State to contractor for performance of scope of work during the 1994-95 Fiscal Year ending June 30, 1995 shall not exceed $165,000. The maximum amount payable by the State to contractor for performance of scope of work during the 1995-96 Fiscal Year ending June 30, 1996 shall not exceed $49,510. The maximum payable under this contract shall not exceed $214,510. Nothing herein shall preclude advance payment pursuant to Article 1, Chapter 3, Part 1, Division 3, Title 2, Government Code. Agency is not responsible for not issuing MOUs which exceed the funds available in this IMA.
C. Paragraph 6. is amended to read as follows: -
"6. Term of Master Agreement
The term of this Master Agreement shall extend from April 1, 1995 through December 31, 1996, subject to A) the provisions of Section 4, Funds Obligated; B) the provisions of funding or funding reduction in' subsequent fiscal years described in this Section below; and C) the Department's right to termination under Section 5, Termination. No legal liability on the part of the State for any payment may arise for performance under this Agreement beyond December 31, 1996 until funds are made available to the State for performance and until UC receives notice of availability, to be confirmed in writing by the Contract Manager."
Upon the effective date of this amendment, all references to Attachment A in the
body of this agreement and in any exhibits or attachments thereto shall hereinafter be deemed to read Attachment A-1.
2. The effective date of this agreement is April 1, 1996.
3. All other terms and provisions of said agreement shall remain in full force and effect.
Amount 04/01/96 Amount
1. Develop a mathematical risk model, using static and $ 20,000 0 $20,000
dynamic modeling techniques to examine the likely
cost-effectiveness of alternative TB control strategies;
2. Determine the incidence and prevalence of work-related $30,000 0 $30,000
violent injuries and illnesses as reported on Doctor's
First Reports of Work Injury or Illness (DFRs);
3. Identify programs designed to assist employees and $30,000 $49,510 $79,510
employers in identifying risk factors and effective
intervention plans for the prevention of work-related violence;
4. Determine the impact of asthma on work disability, $21,000 0 $21,000
including work-aggravated asthma, occupational
asthma and asthma due to other causes;
5. Determine the nature of work-related falls in $30,000 0 $30,000
6. Determine the effectiveness of portable HEPA $34,000 0 $34,000
filtration devices on reducing the risk of TB aerosol
exposure among health care workers;
TOTAL $165,000 $49,510 $214,510