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Employee Relations - Contracts Exempt From Civil Service Approval

Public Safety, Corrections, and Youth Services
  1. To provide veterinary services on a part-time, as-needed basis.      08/12/88
  2. Only the contracts that provide social services/professional services through corporations (Individual contracts must still be submitted to Civil Service.)      08/19/92
  3. Provide medical services by M.D.'s to inmate populations at the prisons to include orthopedists, gynecologists, radiologists, internists, psychiatrists, neurologists, opthamologists, to perform autopsies on inmates, etc. (must be licensed M.D.)      06/11/99
  4. Provide psychological testing/services at the prisons. All of these contractors are either psychologists or psychiatrists.      06/11/99
  5. Provide parenting skills, educational/training services (e.g., living skills) to male and female juveniles.      06/11/99
  6. Provide chaplaincy services to prisons.      06/11/99
  7. Provide pharmaceutical services to the prisons.      06/11/99
  8. Provide x-ray technicians for inmates.      06/11/99
  9. Provide a comprehensive program of care and treatment of each juvenile referred to group homes.      06/11/99
  10. Provide medical laboratory services for the inmate populations.      06/11/99
  11. Provide veterinary services for the entire livestock operations at the prisons.      06/11/99
  12. Provide architect services to Prison Enterprises.      06/11/99
  13. Provide physician services to LSP to develop and implement training programs for EMT personnel.      06/11/99
  14. Provide services of practitioners of physical therapy to inmates.      06/11/99
  15. Provide a structured behavioral treatment program which services juveniles who have been adjudicated delinquent or in need of services in a professionally staffed residential environment (group homes) twenty-four hours a day.      06/11/99
  16. Provide pre-release/aftercare program for alcohol and drug treatment for the Department of Corrections.      06/11/99
  17. Provide halfway house beds to inmates released for the Residential Substance Abuse Treatment Program at Hunt Correctional Center.      06/11/99
  18. Provide optometrist services to inmates      06/11/99
  19. Provide dental treatment and oral surgery to inmates.      06/11/99
  20. Provide deaf interpreters (sign language).      06/11/99
  21. Forestry consultants for timber management for the trees on prison grounds (regarding sale of timber, its replanting, etc.)      06/11/99