Contract Type Definitions
- Grant Award Agreements
The receipt of grant dollars by a reporting entity that are either federal or state financial assistance
or grant funding by another non-governmental entity. Grant Agreements will not be required for inclusion
in the FACTS system during the initial implementation of the system.
- Grant Disbursement Agreements
Contracts for the expenditure of funds associated with either a Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance
(CFDA) number; a Catalog of State Financial Assistance (CSFA) number; or a grant from a non-governmental
entity to a recipient or sub-recipient by the reporting entity. These contracts are identified using
the vendor checklist to classify them as either vendors or sub recipients. Contractors who are identified
as vendors, should be classified as Contract Type = SC – Standard Two-Party agreements by statute; and
are required to be reported in FACTS. Contractors determined to be sub recipients will not be required
for inclusion in the FACTS system during the initial implementation of the system. They are scheduled
for inclusion during phase five, which is scheduled to be implemented in 2013, but may be included earlier
if the user agencies opt to do so.
- Master Agreements
Agreements where the pricing is agreed upon at the point of execution. However, services are not authorized
to begin until a separate contractual document is issued (i.e., task or work orders). Examples of this
would be surveyor contracts issued by the Department of Environmental Protection or engineering and
surveying contracts issued by the Department of Transportation.
- MOU/MOA or Interagency Agreement
This is a two or more party agreement where the terms may not be specified in law. These agreements
are typically between governmental entities. Both agencies should record the agreement in FACTS. If
an agreement of this type does not result in a cost to the state then it is not required to be entered
- Multi-Agency Participation Agreements
These are agreements where the pricing is agreed upon at the point of execution. However, multiple agencies
are allowed to receive the services being provided by the Vendor. No separate written agreement is needed
for the participating agencies to use the multi-agency contract. They would need a separate procurement
document. An example of this is a State Term Contract that was procured by DMS or the court reporter
contract that is procured by the Attorney General’s Office.
- No Ceiling/Rate Agreement
This is an agreement for which the total contract obligation cannot be determined until all the commodities
or services are delivered such as utility agreements and task directed rate agreements.
- Purchase Order
This is an agency document used to formalize the purchase of services or commodities at a specific rate
and/or terms. Purchase orders will not be included in the system as part of the initial implementation.
They will be retrieved from My Florida Market Place and added to the system at a future date that will
be negotiated by DFS and DMS.
- Revenue Agreements
Contracts where revenue is received for goods and services provided on behalf of governmental entities.
An example of this would be contracted concessions or food services, where the contractor manages the
delivery of services and charges user fees for them, and then submits commissions back to the agency.
- Settlement Agreements
An obligation of the State or agency to expend state funds in order to discharge a debt due a person,
entity or group of persons when the amount owed is in dispute. These agreements must have been approved
by the CFO pursuant to Section 17.03, Florida Statutes.
- Standard Two-Party Agreements by Statute
These are agreements where two parties agree on standard terms and conditions pursuant to applicable
- Three or More Party Agreement
This is an agreement where more than two parties agree on standard terms and services pursuant to applicable
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