Rate Change Request Template (Rates as of January 2018) - Complete and submit this template to PRP.Contracts@dep.state.fl.us to request increases or decreases to the Agency Term Contract Rates. Requests must include justification and be submitted by the Contract Manager. Please remember that rate increases can only be requested in February.
Closure and Assignments for Agency Term Contractors - This report shows Assignments or Closures under the Contract for the past 2 years. Assignments are counted when an administrator signature date is present. Although the report lists all assignments during the 2 year period, only one assignment is counted per facility in the contractor selection formula even if multiple Purchase Orders were issued.
Contractor Selection Formula Batch Calculation Report - This report provides a detailed summary of the batch calculations for the contractor selection formula. The first number in a Batch Number represents the region (1 = Central, 2 = North and 3 = South). The second number in the Batch Number column represents which number run this was for the specified region.
ATC Contract Assignment Report (Posted 08/15/16) - This report provides detailed information associated with Agency Term Contractor Selections for Petroleum Cleanup projects. Due to the large amount of information available in this report, it is recommended that filters such as regions and date ranges be utilized. Please note that the following declines associated with original batches will not show due to the scopes being offered and accepted in a subsequent batch. SPI 5250 from batch 3-1 was declined by CID 1224; SPI 5561 for batch 3-1 was declined by CID 222; and SPI 5332 for batch 1-1 was declined by CID 1224.
The Florida Department of Environmental Protection is the state’s lead agency for environmental management and stewardship – protecting our air, water and land. The vision of the Florida Department of Environmental Protection is to create strong community partnerships, safeguard Florida’s natural resources and enhance its ecosystems.