آخر تحديث - 10 سبتمبر 2021
This module provides information to experts responsible for the acquisition and allocation of defence funds on the fight against trafficking in human beings in contracts, grants and cooperation agreements concluded by the Ministry of Defence. This includes an overview of legislation and regulations, as well as responsibilities for preventing, identifying and responding to abuses. This module will help learners understand how they can promote the U.S. government`s zero tolerance policy for tip within the DoD contracts and acquisitions community. The problem is that COR training is not relevant to the types of contracts that many CORs manage at HHS. This is because the program and even the teachers themselves come larger from the Department of Defense (DoD), which awards contracts for things very different from those for which HHS contracts. The DoD commands physical things (equipment, planes, etc.). However, many HHS contracts, especially those of SAMHSA, are service-oriented: these are contracts for people who assist states and public health agencies in implementing public health programs. These are education, training, evaluation and research contracts. Innovation: the solution is quite simple: develop a COR curriculum that applies specifically to public health contracts.
We also need to ensure that the trainers who teach the class have experience or, at the very least, are aware of the types of situations that samhsa and HHS CORs are likely to face in their work. THE CORs are the federal employees who manage these contracts issued by government agencies. They are responsible for ensuring that contracts remain on time and on budget and meet the objectives set out in the contractual agreement. CORs must complete a certain number of hours of pre-training before being certified. They must then complete a certain number of hours of training per year to maintain their certification. (2) Laws and regulations relating to trafficking in human beings in government law contracts, subsidies and cooperation agreements. The acquisition of CTIP (including contracts, grants and cooperation agreements) The training is intended for doD staff with professional responsibilities requiring daily contacts with doD contractors, grant recipients and cooperation agreements or foreign staff. The “Daily Contact” category includes contract managers and representatives of the contract manager, financial assistance and agreement managers as well as representatives of financial assistance/agreement managers (program administrators). CTIP acquisition training is provided instead of CTIP general training.
The training is available on four learning management systems: Jayme Marshall, Branch Chief, Homeless Programs Branch, Center for Mental Health Services (CMHS), Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) May 2014: Project elected in the HHS Ignite Accelerator June 2014: Time in the Accelerator began September 2014: Time in the Accelerator finishes More background information on this requirement, Please note this memo signed by the Under Secretaries of State for Defense for Personnel and Preparation and Acquisition, Technology and Logistics. Public health contracts amount to approximately $300 million per year at SAMHSA. In fact, one third of SAMHSA`s employees are representatives of contract agents (CORs). At HHS, approximately US$6 billion a year is awarded to public health contracts. Given the large sums of money spent on public health contracts – estimated at $6 billion per year – the potential benefits are considerable. Stephanie Zidek-Chandler (Project Manager), SAMHSA Mike Etzinger, SAMHSA Michael Inguillo, SAMHSA Shana Freno, SAMHSA Kirstin Palmer, SAMHSA The concern is of course that if the people who oversee the implementation of contracts are not properly trained, contracts are not properly implemented, resulting in considerable waste on funds…