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File #: 17836-23    Version: 1
Type: Briefing/Report (Dept,BCC) - Action Requested Status: Consent
File created: 9/22/2023 In control: County Council - Regular Session
On agenda: 9/26/2023 Final action:
Title: Approval of Amendment 2 to the Professional Services Agreement between the Center for Health Innovation and Incorporated County of Los Alamos
Presenters: Jessica Strong; Cory Styron
Indexes (Council Goals): Quality of Life - Diversity, Equity, and Inclusivity, Quality of Life - Health, Wellbeing , and Social Services
Attachments: 1. A - Los Alamos Health Council Amendment 2, 2. B - Budget Revision 2024-19, 3. C - Los Alamos Health Council Professional Services Agreement FY22, 4. D - Los Alamos Health Council Amendment 1
Title
Approval of Amendment 2 to the Professional Services Agreement between the Center for Health Innovation and Incorporated County of Los Alamos
Recommended Action
I move that the Council approve Amendment 2 to the Professional Services Agreement between the Center for Health Innovation and Incorporated County of Los Alamos representing Los Alamos County Health Council as indicated on Attachment A; and I further move Council approve the related Budget Revision 2024-19 summarized in Attachment B and the attachment be made part of the minutes of the meeting.
County Manager's Recommendation
The County Manager recommends that Council approve the amendment as requested.
Body
The purpose of this item is to review and approve Professional Services Agreement Amendment 2 which outlines changes to the scope of work and related deliverables and invoicing for year three of the CDC Vaccine Equity and Community Rebuilding project (also known as the Kellogg grant), which also includes a focus on the Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP) and Comprehensive Health Plan (CHP).

Summary of amendment to the Scope of Work, deliverables, and invoicing requirements:
--Capacity action plan is developed, based on health council assessment and identified goals.
--Mandatory attendance at capacity assessment training and Annual Statewide Health Council meeting.
--Invoices are to be submitted monthly - if a health council falls more than 3 months behind, they will be contacted and offered assistance to resolve issues by the next invoicing period.
--Invoices for FY24 Year 3 will not be accepted nor paid if not received by June 5, 2024.

This amendment has been reviewed and approved for signature by the County Attorney Office. The original agreement is included as Attachment C and Amendment 1 as Attachment D for reference.
Alternatives
Failure to approve the Amendment 2 to the Professional Services Agreement between the Center for Health Innovation and Incorporated County of Lo...

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