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File #: 19-0150    Version: 1
Type: Consent Item Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 8/7/2019 In control: Board of County Commissioners
On agenda: 9/24/2019 Final action:
Title: Fourth Amendment of the Temporary Staffing Services Agreement
Attachments: 1. #9524 Fourth Amendment to Agreement between Alachua County and TempForce 20190912_TF Signed.pdf, 2. CCI Corporate Resolution_Signed & Sealed.pdf
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Agenda Item Name:

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Fourth Amendment of the Temporary Staffing Services Agreement

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Presenter:

Larry M. Sapp, 374.5202

 

Description:

Request approval of the Fourth Amendment of the Temporary Staffing Services agreement between Alachua County and Career Center, Inc. d/b/a TempForce to maintain compliance with the Alachua County Code of Ordinance, Chapter 22, Article III, “Alachua County Government Minimum Wage”.

 

Recommended Action:

Recommended Action

Approve the Fourth Amendment of the Temporary Staffing Services agreement between Alachua County and Career Center, Inc. d/b/a TempForce to maintain compliance with the Alachua County Code of Ordinance, Chapter 22, Article III, “Alachua County Government Minimum Wage”.  Pricing, terms and conditions are per Annual RFP 15-21: Annual Temporary Personnel Services.

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Prior Board Motions:

September 25, 2018, Board approved the Third Amendment

March 13, 2018, Board approved the Second Amendment

September 27, 2016, Board approved the First Amendment

March 24, 2015, Board approved the Original Agreement.

 

Fiscal Consideration:

Fiscal Consideration

Sufficient funds exists in various funds and various accounts.

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Background:

At various times County Departments have a need to employee temporary service personnel due to fluctuation of workloads and employee turnover.  The term of the agreement is through September 30, 2020.

 

The RFP process allows for negotiation of terms, conditions and price.  The Alachua County Government Minimum Wage (GMW) Ordinance allows for contracts that have been awarded via an RFP to be adjusted after additional negotiation has been completed.  This Fourth Amendment to the agreement amends the fee proposal and includes the updated pay rates and is in compliance with the GMW Ordinance.