Contracts Reportable Under Executive Order No. 6

Qualified Personal Service Contracts (QPSC) Listing

On June 4, 2008, Governor Paterson issued Executive Order No. 6: Ensuring the Cost-Effectiveness of Contracts for Personal Services. Executive Order No. 6 requires that agencies report information regarding Qualified Personal Services Contracts (QPSCs) to a Task Force and on their agencies' websites. A QPSC is any new, renewed, or amended State agency contract with any non-State entity pursuant to State Finance Law §163 or §136-A, under which:

  1. The contract was approved on or after August 4, 2008;
  2. The agency believes that a majority of the costs of the contract are attributable to compensation of the contractor's personnel; and
  3. The agency can reasonably anticipate it will incur costs for the personal service component of $1 million or more over any twelve-month period.

Copies of these contracts may be obtained by submitting a Freedom Of Information Law request to:

  • Records Access Office
    New York State Department of Health
    Corning Tower, Room 2364
    Albany, NY 12237-0044
    Fax: (518) 486-9144
    E-mail: foil@health.ny.gov

Contracts Reportable Under Executive Order No. 6

Contract Number Amount Contract Period Contractor Reasons for Entering into Contract:
C031872 $100,000,000 01/01/17 - 12/31/21 Public Consulting Group, Inc.
  • The Contractor will provide professional assistance for the Department's MRT 1115 Waiver.
C020994 $9,086,238 01/01/06 - 06/30/09 New York County Health Services Review Organization
  • The contract is necessary to protect public health or safety; and
  • State employees who can perform the contract are not readily available, and budget restriction or legal constraints on hiring do not allow for the hiring of sufficient State employees as would be necessary to carry out the work.
C019442 $94,118,280 06/01/04 - 08/31/11 First Health Services
  • The contract is necessary to protect public health or safety;
  • Use of State employees to perform services contracted for will result in a delay that will impair the purposed of the contract; and
  • State employees who can perform the contract are not readily available, and budget restriction or legal constraints on hiring do not allow for the hiring of sufficient State employees as would be necessary to carry out the work.
C020463 $29,160,214 09/22/05 - 08/31/10 First Health Services
  • The contract will result in cost savings.
C021118 $8,094,057 05/15/06 - 09/30/09 Bearing Point, Inc.
  • State employees who can perform the contract are not readily available, and budget restriction or legal constraints on hiring do not allow for the hiring of sufficient State employees as would be necessary to carry out the work.
C021393 $13,922,680 01/01/06 - 12/31/10 Island Peer Review Organization
  • The contract is necessary to protect public health or safety; and
  • State employees who can perform the contract are not readily available, and budget restriction or legal constraints on hiring do not allow for the hiring of sufficient State employees as would be necessary to carry out the work.
C021394 $7,272,269 01/01/06 - 12/31/10 New York County Health Services Review Organization
  • The contract is necessary to protect public health or safety; and
  • State employees who can perform the contract are not readily available, and budget restriction or legal constraints on hiring do not allow for the hiring of sufficient State employees as would be necessary to carry out the work.