General Services Agreement Bc Gov

This model is used for all services necessary for the provision of information technology (IT) and information management (IM), including application development services for custom applications and custom websites. Also use it for IT/IM consulting services of qualified people to provide advice and recommend solutions to IT/IM issues. Where a contract is awarded for services, either by direct award or by tendering procedure, a contract must be drawn up. There are several things to consider, for example. B the use of the correct contract proposal. Note that custom contract templates are not the same as custom contracts. Custom templates have been approved by Legal Services for the use of multiple contracts for similar services. If a tailor-made contract with Legal Services has only been developed for a single use, contact the ministry`s procurement specialist or the legal department to obtain an authorization before using it as a template for another contract. If there are custom contract templates, they may be specific to some of the services a department acquires, and other templates (for example.

B GSA) are used for other types of services. If in doubt, contact the ministry`s procurement specialist. General services are all general service contracts, including professional services, with the exception of professional information technology and management consulting and financial valuation and insurance services (as described below). The following information helps government officials prepare a General Service Agreement (GSA) based on the type of contractual service. Please note that GSA should not be used for third-party service contracts (e.g.B. Shared Cost Arrangements). Information Technology & Management Consulting Professional Services are service contracts (see IT Service Contract Guidelines); human resources service contracts; accounting service contracts; and Management Consulting Service Contracts. You will find information on the corresponding definitions to determine whether this version of GSA/Schedules should be used for the services provided. . . .