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So what does "CBC" stand for?

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In general, the term "contractor" means the person who is qualified for, and shall be responsible for the project contracted for also means, the person who, for compensation, undertakes to, submits a bid to, or does himself or by others construct, repair, alter, remodel, add to, demolish, or improve any building or structure, including related improvements to real estate, for others or for resale to others.

A "certified contractor" means any contractor who possesses a state certificate of competency and who shall be allowed to contract in any jurisdiction in the state without being required to fulfill the competency requirements of that jurisdiction. Certified contractors are designated by an occupation code which begins with the letter "C".

BC - A "building contractor" means a contractor whose services are limited to the construction of commercial buildings and single-dwelling or multiple-dwelling residential buildings. These buildings cannot exceed three stories in height. A building contractor may also construct the "accessory use structures" in connection with these buildings. "An accessory use structure" would be a garage, guest house, garden shed, or other outbuilding. A building contractor is also a contractor whose services are used to remodel, repair or improve any size building - if the services do not affect the structural elements of the building.

Sours: https://www.wdmconstruction.com/cbc.html

NLMA calls off contract negotiations with provincial government

The Newfoundland and Labrador Medical Association is calling off contract negotiations with the provincial government.

In a media release Thursday afternoon, NLMA president Dr. Susan MacDonald said Health Minister John Haggie and Finance Minister Siobhan Coady have told the group the provincial government won't spend any money to improve doctor recruitment and retention.

MacDonald said the Department of Health also advised the NLMA that it intends to change provincial legislation to remove the requirement that physicians must be members of the association.

"To advance this type of divide and conquer tactic in the middle of our negotiations is unethical and cannot be tolerated," MacDonald told reporters Thursday.

The union represents more than 1,300 practising physicians, who have been without a contract for four years. Negotiations for a new one began 10 months ago, but MacDonald says the province has failed to produce any plans to address recruitment and retention, a crucial issue for the association, which says about 98,000 people in Newfoundland and Labrador don't have a family doctor.

MacDonald said the NLMA's own proposals have been "flatly rejected." 

"After years of delay, and months of inaction at the negotiations table, it is clear to us that the government has no intention to address core problems in the recruitment and retention strategy and crisis," said MacDonald.

"Family medicine is facing shortages in every region of the province, and other specialties are suffering the strain of an under-resourced, overloaded health-care system which fails to attract new doctors."

Being competitive

In August, Nova Scotia announced it would spend $55 million on physician recruitment in that province. At the time, MacDonald said Newfoundland and Labrador needed to become more competitive with other Atlantic provinces to recruit physicians. MacDonald said the majority of specialties have fallen below the Atlantic average since the previous contract expired, and Newfoundland and Labrador's family physicians are the lowest paid in the country.

"The ministers are sending a clear message to any doctor thinking about coming to Newfoundland and Labrador and a very clear message to any doctor working here now. Their failure to compete with the other Atlantic provinces means we will not see an end to our current physician shortage or the exodus of our medical gradates."

Coady said Thursday afternoon it's disappointing the NLMA has called the province's health care into question, "especially when we're at our most vulnerable because of the pandemic."

Coady said the provincial government, which spends about $500 million on doctors annually, has been in "active discussions" with the NLMA in recent months on multiple retention issues, including the renewal of its memorandum of agreement, payment schedule review, leave benefits and a blended payments model. 

She said the provincial government gave a detailed proposal to the NLMA on Sept. 29 and haven't heard back. 

"I understand that they have suspended discussions at this point. They want to go back out to their membership, and I can appreciate that, I do," said Coady at Confederation Building in St. John's.

"And I can appreciate that we will hear from membership on these very important issues. The goal here is to improve our health care for all of us. I think that's critically important."

'Baffling': PC leader

PC Leader David Brazil called it a "dark day for health care" in the province.

"What we saw today from the government is that they don't want to negotiate in good faith. They don't want to find ways to improve our health care," he said Thursday, calling the situation "alarming" and "baffling."

"They don't want to find ways to give Newfoundlanders and Labradorians, particularly those 100,000 who don't have access to a doctor, the opportunity to be able to get back to access to health care," he said.

Read more from CBC Newfoundland and Labrador

Sours: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/newfoundland-labrador/nlma-contract-talks-suspended-1.6211096
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CBC issues contract negotations update

The rail unions that make up the Coordinated Bargaining Coalition (CBC), negotiating together in the current round of national negotiations, yesterday issued a statement describing from their perspective the status of negotiations with the nation's largest rail carriers.

The CBC and nation's rail carriers have been at the bargaining table since early 2020.

Since January of this year, the CBC has continued to meet with the rail carriers, returning to in-person meetings in August. At that meeting, CBC "made it clear to the rail carriers that neither our bargaining coalition, nor our collective memberships, would accept a concessionary agreement on a voluntary basis," according to CBC's statement.

"The carriers were told that our members have been asked to work as essential workers throughout the pandemic, while being treated more like expendable workers. Our members are infuriated that they have worked through these conditions without a wage increase in over two years and it is unacceptable that the nation’s rail carriers continue to stonewall CBC Unions in our effort to settle our contract negotiations on a voluntary basis," the statement says.

In January, the CBC said that the carriers haven't made proposals "worthy of consideration" by the coalition's unions.

"No carrier proposals have been received since our January 2021 update that would change the veracity of that statement," CBC officials said in yesterday's statement. "We will continue to negotiate in good faith, fully recognizing that it is our members who must ratify any voluntary agreement."

Sours: https://www.progressiverailroading.com/labor/news/CBC-issues-contract-negotations-update--64698
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Extract from Community-Based Care (CBC) Lead Agency contract documents, 9/2010

Pre-consent Reviews for Psychotropic Medications

a) Psychotropic medication may only be authorized by the court for a child who is in out-of-home placement upon a finding that there is a substantial likelihood that the medication will produce the intended effects and that the benefits of the medication will outweigh its burdens.

b) A pre-consent review by a consultant child psychiatrist shall be obtained prior to prescription of a psychotropic medication for any child under 11 years of age who is prescribed two or more psychotropic medications and who is in the custody of the department in out-of-home care. The results of the review by the consultant child psychiatrist shall be provided to the child and to the person who has legal authority to provide express and informed consent for extraordinary medical treatment or the judge who is providing the court order for treatment with a psychotropic medication. The Lead Agency may utilize the department’s Pre-Consent Review contract with the University of Florida or may contract locally with a child psychiatrist who is licensed under Chapter 458 or 459, F.S., for this purpose. A parent or legal guardian whose rights are still intact may waive pre-consent review and provide express and informed consent for administration of such medication.

c) In lieu of the requirements of paragraph b), a second medical opinion may be obtained from a child psychiatrist who is licensed under Chapter 458 or Chapter 459, Florida Statutes. The Lead Agency may contract with a local child psychiatrist to provide second opinions.

Sours: http://dcf.psychiatry.ufl.edu/dcf-information/cbc-contract-requirements/
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What is Community-Based Care?

Community-Based Care (CBC) is a new way of providing foster care and case management services. It's a community-based approach to meeting the individual and unique needs of children, youth, and families.

Community-Based Care Contracting Opportunities

The Texas Department of Family and Protective Services (DFPS) contracts within a geographic service area with a single contractor, officially known as a Single Source Continuum Contractor, or SSCC. The SSCC is responsible for finding foster homes or other living arrangements for children in state care and providing them a full continuum of services.

Current procurement opportunities are posted on the Electronic State Business Daily.  To apply for a Single Source Continuum Contract (SSCC) with DFPS, visit the Electronic State Business Daily website or eGrants website to search for Request for Application (RFA) postings.

Single Source Continuum Contractors

Catchment Area NameWebsite
Region 1Saint Francis Community Services in Texas, Inc.saintfrancisministries.org
Region 22INgage, a division of Texas Family Initiativewww.2ingage.org
3b (Erath, Hood, Johnson, Tarrant, Palo Pinto, Somervell and Parker counties)Our Community Our Kids, a division of ACH Child and Family Serviceswww.ourcommunity-ourkids.org
Region 8a (Bexar County)Family Tapestry, a division of The Children’s Shelterwww.familytapestry.org
8b (all counties except Bexar)RFA updatedn/a

Procurement and Contracts

If you have trouble accessing information, contact DFPS staff at one of the numbers below. Include a link to this page with an explanation of the issue you encountered.

  • 09/01/19 - DFPS and ACH contract documents
  • 08/01/18 - Bexar County SSCC contract documents
  • 06/13/19 - DFPS and Saint Francis Community Services in Texas, Inc.
  • 05/29/18 - DFPS and Texas Family Initiative, LLC
  • Contact Information

    Catchment Area Name/Email Telephone
    Community-Based Care, Purchased Client Services State OfficeJudy Pavone, CBC Contracts Director(512) 438-3596
    Region 1Amy Forister , Contract Administration Manager(806) 742-9443
    Region 2 Reid Miller, Contract Administration Manager(325) 691-8267
    3b (Erath, Hood, Johnson, Tarrant, Palo Pinto, Somervell, and Parker Counties)Larry Isbell, Contract Administration Manager
    (817) 360-0725
    8a (Bexar County)Veronica Alvarez, Contract Administration Manager(210) 304-3938
    8b (all counties except Bexar)Elizabeth Castillo, Contract Administration Manager
    (210) 337-3040
Sours: https://www.dfps.state.tx.us/Doing_Business/Purchased_Client_Services/Community-Based_Care_Contracts/default.asp


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