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STATE OF LOUISIANA
OFFICE OF CONTRACTUAL REVIEW
2010-2011
ANNUAL REPORT
PROFESSIONAL, PERSONAL,
CONSULTING AND SOCIAL
SERVICES CONTRACTS
PAUL W. RAINWATER
COMMISSIONER OF ADMINISTRATION
DIVISION OF ADMINISTRATION
Table of Contents
Section I.
Overview
Section II.
Processing Statistics
Section III.
Graphs
Section IV.
Total Contracts by Agency
Section V.
Top 50 Contractors
Section VI.
Top 50 Professional Contractors
Subsection A. Top 50 Physician Contractors
Subsection B. Top 50 Legal Contractors
Section VII.
Top 50 Personal Contractors
Section VIII.
Top 50 Social Services Contractors
Section IX.
Top 50 Consulting Contractors
Section X.
Top 50 Interagency Contractors
Section XI.
Top 50 Intergovernmental Contractors
Section XII.
Top 50 Cooperative Endeavor Contractors
Section XIII.
Contracts Approved Under Agency Delegation of Authority
SECTION I
OVERVIEW
OFFICE OF CONTRACTUAL REVIEW
ANNUAL REPORT FY 2010-2011
The Office of Contractual Review (OCR) is charged by law with adopting rules and regulations for the
procurement, management, control and disposition of all professional, personal, consulting, and social
services required by state agencies, boards and commissions of the executive branch of Louisiana
government. The OCR decides all matters of policy relative to professional, personal, consulting, and
social services. The contracts received at OCR are reviewed for appropriateness of contract terms and
language, signature authorities, evidence of funding and compliance with applicable laws, regulations,
executive orders and policies. OCR also reviews agencies’ procurement processes against competitive
solicitation requirements of law. The review process also ensures that a central record of all such
agreements is maintained and that comparative statistics in the number and kinds of services can be
developed for planning purposes. The Louisiana Revised Statutes Title 39: 1481-1526 directly address
the laws governing professional, personal, consulting, and social services contracts. The official rules and
regulations of the Office of Contractual Review appear in Title 34, Part V of the Louisiana Administrative
Code.
Additionally, by executive order of the governor, all cooperative endeavor agreements executed by state
agencies where there is an expenditure of public funds are required to be reviewed and approved by the
Office of Contractual Review.
During the period 07/01/10 through 06/30/11, 5,467 contracts and amendments worth approximately
$3.3 billion dollars were approved by the Office of Contractual Review.
Type of Service
Number of
Contracts
Dollar Amount of
Contracts
Professional
1,362
$1,125,573,632.15
Personal
143
$8,956,229.18
Consulting
1,035
$824,642,899.56
Social Services
1,224
$277,349,574.65
Interagency
465
$276,097,872.56
Intergovernmental
443
$113,542,091.59
Cooperative Endeavor Agreements
795
$701,260,832.24
Totals
5,467
$3,327,426,131.93
Contracts and amendments approved under delegation of authority by state agencies total approximately
$743,940,848.12. Comprehensively, contracts approved during FY 10/11 under the authority of
Louisiana Revised Statutes 39:1481 et seq. total approximately $4,071,366,980.05 .
A complete listing of all contracts/amendments approved during FY 10/11 by the Office of Contractual
Review is maintained and available for viewing in the Office of Contractual Review.
DIVISION OF ADMINISTRATION
 
The Annual Budget for the Office of Contractual Review for FY 10-11 was $724,114 . There are
currently seven full-time employees that comprise the Office of Contractual Review.
Sandra G. Gillen – State Contracts/Grants Administrator
Pamela B. Rice – State Contracts/Grants Assistant Administrator
Paula Lazard-Lewis – State Contract/Grants Supervisor
Cynthia Galmon – State Contract/Grants Officer
Cheri Crain – State Contract/Grants Officer
Laura Adare – State Contracts/Grants Officer
Cheryl East – Administrative Assistant
The statistics in this report reflect those contracts and contract amendments which were
approved by the Office of Contractual Review during the period July 1, 2010 through
June 30, 2011 as required by La. R. S. 39:1489. The services provided in some of these
contracts may actually have been performed in the prior or subsequent fiscal year. The
approved date on these contracts/amendments is largely dependent upon the date the
contracts/amendments are submitted to the Office of Contractual Review for approval.
THE DATA USED FOR THIS SUMMARY REPORT WAS GENERATED FROM THE ISIS CONTRACT FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT
SYSTEM AS WELL AS A MANUAL CALCULATION OF CONTRACTS APPROVED UNDER AGENCY DELEGATION OF
AUTHORITY. DATA AS OF 10/01/2011.
A COMPLETE LISTING OF CONTRACTS/AMENDMENTS APPROVED BY THE OFFICE OF CONTRACTUAL REVIEW IS
AVAILABLE FOR VIEWING BY REQUEST.
 
SECTION II
PROCESSING STATISTICS
DATA AS OF 10/01/2011
2010-2011
PROCESSING TIME FOR THE
NUMBER OF CONTRACTS/AMENDMENTS APPROVED
Processing
1st
Quarter
2nd
Quarter
3rd Quarter
4th Quarter
TOTALS
7 DAYS
224
128
238
381
971
14 DAYS
404
387
310
640
1741
21 DAYS
534
364
296
408
1602
4314
28 DAYS
278
112
194
113
697
35 DAYS
77
46
65
32
220
42 DAYS
35
34
24
15
108
49 DAYS
20
14
9
2
45
56 DAYS
9
12
4
0
25
63 DAYS
17
2
4
0
23
70 DAYS
8
8
4
2
22
77 DAYS
3
0
0
0
3
> 77 DAYS
2
6
1
1
10
TOTALS
1611
1113
1149
1594
5467
PERCENTAGE OF CONTRACTS/AMENDMENTS APPROVED FOR 2010-2011
Processing
1st
Quarter
2nd
Quarter
3rd Quarter
4th Quarter
TOTALS
7 DAYS
13.90%
11.50%
20.71%
23.90%
17.76%
14 DAYS
25.08%
34.77%
26.98%
40.15%
31.85%
21 DAYS
33.15%
32.70%
25.76%
25.60%
29.30%
78.91%
28 DAYS
17.26%
10.06%
16.88%
7.09%
12.75%
35 DAYS
4.78%
4.13%
5.66%
2.01%
4.02%
42 DAYS
2.17%
3.05%
2.09%
0.94%
1.98%
49 DAYS
1.24%
1.26%
0.78%
0.13%
0.82%
56 DAYS
0.56%
1.08%
0.35%
0.00%
0.46%
63 DAYS
1.06%
0.18%
0.35%
0.00%
0.42%
70 DAYS
0.50%
0.72%
0.35%
0.13%
0.40%
77 DAYS
0.19%
0.00%
0.00%
0.00%
0.05%
> 77 DAYS
0.12%
0.54%
0.09%
0.06%
0.18%
TOTALS
100.%
100.%
100.%
100.%
100.%
<= 3 Weeks
72.13%
78.98%
73.46%
89.65%
calculations as of data from CFMS Report 10/01/2011
DATA AS OF 10/01/2011
SECTION III
GRAPHS
DOLLAR AMOUNT OF CONTRACTS/AMENDMENTS APPROVED BY
THE OFFICE OF CONTRACTUAL REVIEW
$5,000,000,000.00
$4,500,000,000.00
$4,000,000,000.00
$3,500,000,000.00
$3,000,000,000.00
$2,500,000,000.00
$2,000,000,000.00
$1,500,000,000.00
$1,000,000,000.00
$500,000,000.00
$0.00
2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11
Fiscal Year
 
NUMBER OF CONTRACTS/AMENDMENTS APPROVED BY
THE OFFICE OF CONTRACTUAL REVIEW
8000
7000
6034
7295
5795
6000
6521
6204
6304
5467
6034
5608
5781
5000
4000
3000
2000
1000
0
2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11
Fiscal Year
 
APPROVED CONTRACTS/AMENDMENTS BY
THE OFFICE OF CONTRACTUAL REVIEW
07/01/10 – 06/30/11
$2,500,000,000.00
$2,300,000,000.00
$2,100,000,000.00
$1,900,000,000.00
$1,125,576,632.15
$1,700,000,000.00
$824,642,899.56
$1,500,000,000.00
$701,260,832.24
$1,300,000,000.00
$1,100,000,000.00
$276,097,872.56
$277,349,574.65
$900,000,000.00
$113,542,091.59
$8,956,229.18
$700,000,000.00
$500,000,000.00
465
1035
795
443
143
1362
1224
$300,000,000.00
$100,000,000.00
-$100,000,000.00
Total Number of Contracts
Total Dollar Amount of Contracts
 
APPROVED CONTRACTS/AMENDMENTS 07/01/10 – 06/30/11
DOLLAR AMOUNT
NUMBER OF CONTRACTS
Agencies
18%
Agencies
53%
OCR
47%
OCR
82%
APPROVED BY:
APPROVED BY:
OFFICE OF CONTRACTUAL REVIEW $3,327,426,131.93
OFFICE OF CONTRACTUAL REVIEW 5,467
AGENCIES $743,946,895.12
AGENCIES 6,047
SECTION IV
TOTAL CONTRACTS BY AGENCY
CONTRACTS/AMENDMENTS BY AGENCY (APPROVED BY OCR 07/01/10 - 06/30/11)
AGENCY
NUMBER
AMOUNT
GOVERNOR/DIVISION OF ADMINISTRATION
1083
$700,365,506.99
CIVIL SERVICE
4
$693,245.00
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
145
$221,450,954.00
EDUCATION
333
$58,885,303.39
UNIVERSITIES/HOSPITALS
647
$197,377,805.88
LT. GOVERNOR/CULTURE, RECREATION, AND TOURISM
131
$21,632,942.10
SECRETARY OF STATE/ELECTIONS
10
$2,773,697.00
JUSTICE
59
$13,104,006.00
ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY
91
$8,448,217.40
HEALTH & HOSPITALS
1415
$368,949,931.17
LABOR
150
$39,065,670.66
PUBLIC SAFETY
67
$38,418,483.52
CORRECTIONS
89
$21,319,172.76
NATURAL RESOURCES
109
-$4,565,032.30
REVENUE & TAXATION
12
$1,716,185.72
SOCIAL SERVICES (DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN & FAMILY SRVS)
389
$154,834,229.73
TRANSPORTATION & DEVELOPMENT
61
$25,059,382.67
WILDLIFE & FISHERIES
115
$31,667,706.57
TREASURY
13
$1,433,250.00
AGRICULTURE & FORESTRY
25
$2,426,036.00
INSURANCE
118
$7,416,965.96
BOARDS & COMMISSIONS
129
$29,446,212.00
GROUP BENEFITS
36
$1,288,937,858.99
COMMUNITY & TECHNICAL COLLEGES
112
$22,804,075.88
VETERANS AFFAIRS
48
$3,963,360.00
GOVERNORS OFFICE OF HOMELAND SECURITY
23
$44,711,149.75
OFFICE OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENT
53
$25,089,815.09
TOTALS
5467
$3,327,426,131.93
SECTION V
TOP 50 CONTRACTORS
TOP 50 CONTRACTORS
07/01/10 – 06/30/11
BY OVERALL CONTRACT AMOUNT
GRAND TOTAL
CONTRACTOR’S NAME
DESCRIPTION
$700,000,000.00 LOUISIANA HEALTH SERVICE &
INDEMNITY
Provide an HMO physician and hospital provider network to the Office of Group
Benefits
$420,000,000.00 CATALYST RX
Pharmacy benefits management for plan participants with the Office of Group
Benefits
$160,000,000.00 NUCOR STEEL LOUISIANA, LLC
Construct, improve, equip, establish and operate a state-of-the art iron and steel
facility
$111,200,000.00 VANTAGE HEALTH PLAN, INC.
Provide an HMO physician and hospital provider network to the Office of Group
Benefits
$65,027,941.00 DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION &
DEVELOPMENT
Demolition of 635 spans or Twin Span and 702 bents with substructure piles & pile
caps; removal, transport and delivery & placement of debris; Identify, design and
install elimination countermeasures to reduce number of traffic crashes in Louisiana
$62,614,562.00 CITY OF NEW ORLEANS
Financial assistance to first time home buyers in Orleans Parish; funds to
repair/replace public infrastructure damaged by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita
$62,465,895.00 SOUTH LOUISIANA MEDICAL
ASSOCIATES
Internal medicine, infectious disease, critical care, pulmonary, pediatrics,
neonatology, gastroenterology, cardiology, dermatology, radiology, and urology
services; provide positions in vascular surgery, anesthesia, ortho, and
ophthalmology & retina specialist
$58,410,128.63 TERREBONNE PARISH CONSOLIDATED
GOVERNMENT
Louisiana Recovery Authority program to rebuild, repair parish infrastructure,
housing , etc.
$40,000,000.00 WITT GROUP HOLDINGS, LLC
Assist in the administration of the FEMA Public Assistance and Hazard Mitigation
Programs
$36,622,871.00 ACS STATE HEALTHCARE, LLC
Information & referral services to people seeking long term care services
 
TOP 50 CONTRACTORS
07/01/10 – 06/30/11
BY OVERALL CONTRACT AMOUNT
GRAND TOTAL
CONTRACTOR’S NAME
DESCRIPTION
$35,552,723.55 LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY
Crash records entry & analysis; offshore monitoring; promote the growth and
development of the soybean, wheat, corn and grain sorghum industries; development
and implementation of a Louisiana certified Seafood Program; provide nutritional
education services; promote the growth & development of the rice industry
$32,563,969.00 HGI CATASTROPHE SERVICES, LLC
Administer Road Home program for the Office of Community Development
$32,302,016.07 ADMINSTRATORS OF THE TULANE
EDUCATIONAL FUND
Provide psychiatry & psychological services; provide resident supervision and
education services; provide house officer services; on call trauma coverage;
cardiovascular services; provide development, implementation and evaluation of the
quality rating system
$31,000,000.00 ACS STATE & LOCAL SOLUTIONS, INC.
Administer Small Rental Property Program for the Office of Community
Development
$31,000,000.00 ROAD HOME CORPORATION
Provide operating expense for the Road Home Corp to hold and then dispose of Road
Home properties sold to the state
$30,665,010.00 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE &
FORESTRY
Help Louisiana fisherman, wholesalers, brokers and dealers to recover from damages
due to Hurricanes Ike or Gustav
$30,398,297.00 OFFICE OF COASTAL PROTECTION &
RESTORATION
Reimbursement for levee and erosion projects to reduce flooding from hurricane
damage
$29,499,108.00 DELOITTE CONSULTING, LLP
Implementation of web-based portals which will ultimately integrate with each of
Dept. of Children & Family Services standalone information systems
$27,042,584.00 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH & HOSPITALS
Implement supportive services for permanent supportive housing; provide Seafood
Safety Testing Program for Wildlife & Fisheries
$19,648,000.00 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH & HOSPITALS
Reimbursement for Medicare and Medicaid services; implement Louisiana supportive
services grants for permanent housing
 
TOP 50 CONTRACTORS
07/01/10 – 06/30/11
BY OVERALL CONTRACT AMOUNT
GRAND TOTAL
CONTRACTOR’S NAME
DESCRIPTION
$19,079,774.00 PATHWAYS COMMUNITY BEHAVIORAL
HEALTHCARE, INC.
Operate inpatient treatment unit, detox unit and addictive disorders unit for adult
males and females
$18,072,786.00 DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE - OFFICE OF
THE ATTORNEY GENERAL
Legal services for various state agencies
$17,225,396.00 NHS PENNSYLVANIA
Assertive community treatment services and employment of forensic coordinators
$17,099,040.00 GOVERNOR’S OFFICE OF HOMELAND
SECURITY & EMERGENCY
PREPAREDNESS
Acquire additional interoperable communications abilities statewide and in the Baton
Rouge area to promote better cooperation among first responders
$16,593,747.00 CIGNA HEALTH CARE
Claims administrator for LSU System’s Health Plan
$16,375,747.00 PHILMAT, INC.
Commodity Supplemental Food Program for the Dept. of Health & Hospitals
$16,359,498.00 SUNGARD HIGHER EDUCATION, INC.
Enterprise resource planning solution for LCTCS & member institutions including
implementation, training, hosting & technology management
$16,258,357.00 LOUISIANA CANCER RESEARCH CENTER
Conduct and support cancer research
$15,000,000.00 STRATUS CONSULTING, INC.
Provide assistance to Dept. of Public Safety in the Natural Resource Damage
Assessment Associated with the BP Oil Spill
$15,000,000.00 UNITED HEALTHCARE OF LOUISIANA
Provide an HMO physician and hospital provider network to the Office of Group
Benefits
$14,771,531.44 LSU HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER – NEW
ORLEANS
Administer the HIV/Aids program; provide services for HIV and Hepatitis C inmates;
medical, dental and mental health services to the youth in Jetson Center; dental
expertise for Medicaid
$14,440,799.00 POSTLETHWAITE & NETTERVILLE
Auditing & accounting services for various state agencies
 
TOP 50 CONTRACTORS
07/01/10 – 06/30/11
BY OVERALL CONTRACT AMOUNT
GRAND TOTAL
CONTRACTOR’S NAME
DESCRIPTION
$14,000,000.00 UNITED BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
Provide for Office of Group Benefits Managed Mental Health and Substance Abuse
treatment services
$13,750,000.00 WELLINGTON LIFE INSURANCE
COMPANY
Provide a fully-insured managed mental health and substance abuse treatment
services
$13,590,917.00 LAFOURCHE PARISH COUNCIL
Rebuild or repair parish infrastructure and housing damaged by Hurricanes Ike or
Gustav
$13,096,348.00 VAN METER & ASSOCIATES, INC.
Provide emergency room physicians and emergency medicine services at the Medical
Center of Louisiana
$12,549,309.00 ASSUMPTION PARISH POLICE JURY
Rebuild or repair parish infrastructure and housing damaged by Hurricanes Ike or
Gustav
$12,094,747.00 LSU HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER
Mental and dental services; operate the Louisiana Poison Control Center; operate
Nurse Family Partnership Program; psychiatric services; Ryan White Care Act
services
$12,000,000.00 LAKE CHARLES HARBOR & TERMINAL
DISTRICT
Upgrade rail spur and other infrastructure to a bulk grain elevator at the Port of Lake
Charles
$11,904,090.00 BLADE DYNAMICS, LLP
Establish and operate a facility for the manufacture of wind turbine blades at the
Michoud assembly facility
$11,320,771.00 CHARITY HOSPITAL & MEDICAL CENTER
OF LOUISIANA
Provide Ryan White Care Act Aids Drug Assistance Program; provide acute inpatient
detox services
$10,665,248.00 DPS & C YOUTH SERVICES
Foster care services for children in the custody of the Dept. of Public Safety &
Corrections Youth Services
$10,321,526.00 MERCER HEALTH & BENEFITS, LLC
Actuarial services for the Dept. of Health & Hospitals
 
TOP 50 CONTRACTORS
07/01/10 – 06/30/11
BY OVERALL CONTRACT AMOUNT
GRAND TOTAL
CONTRACTOR’S NAME
DESCRIPTION
$10,180,200.00 TAYLOR, PORTER, BROOKS & PHILLIPS
Legal services for various state agencies
$10,000,000.00 HEALTH DIALOG SERVICES
CORPORATION
Provide disease management program for the Office of Group Benefit’s self insured
health plans
$9,689,482.00 PARISH OF ASCENSION
Rebuild or repair parish infrastructure and housing damaged by Hurricanes Ike or
Gustav
$9,591,803.16 CORRECT CARE SOLUTIONS, LLC
Medical, dental and mental health services for youths at Jetson Center and Bridge
City Center
$9,442,744.00 ST MARY PARISH COUNCIL
Rebuild, repair and restore parish infrastructure and housing damaged by Hurricanes
Ike or Gustav
$9,140,983.92 JEFFERSON PARISH DISTRICT ATTORNEY Services for the establishment of paternity for the Dept. of Children and Family
Services
$9,000,000.00 MFR PC
Administer the Rental Subsidy Program
$2,414,627,949.77
 
SECTION VI
TOP 50 PROFESSIONAL CONTRACTORS
TOP 50 PROFESSIONAL CONTRACTORS
07/01/10 – 06/30/11
GRAND TOTAL CONTRACTOR’S NAME
DESCRIPTION
$700,000,000.00 LOUISIANA HEALTH SERVICE &
INDEMNITY
Provide an HMO physician and hospital provider network to the Office of Group
Benefits plan participants
$110,500,000.00 VANTAGE HEALTH PLAN, INC.
Provide an HMO physician and hospital provider network to the Office of Group
Benefits plan participants; medicare advantage plan for eligible retirees
$62,465,895.00 SOUTH LOUISIANA MEDICAL ASSOCIATES
Physicians, surgeons, neonatologists, cardiologists, geneticists, radiologists, etc. for
Leonard J Chabert Medical Center
$24,743,051.00 ADMINISTRATORS OF THE TULANE
EDUCATIONAL FUND
Physicians, medical director; psychiatrist; psychological services
$15,000,000.00 UNITED HEALTHCARE OF LOUISIANA
Provide a physician and hospital provider network to the Office of Group Benefits
plan participants
$14,440,799.00 POSTLETHWAITE & NETTERVILLE
Auditing & accounting services for various state agencies
$13,096,348.00 VAN METER & ASSOCIATES, INC.
Emergency medicine services, hyperbaric & wound care services and emergency
room physician services for the Medical Center of Louisiana
$10,321,526.00 MERCER HEALTH & BENEFITS, LLC
Actuarial services of the Dept. of Health & Hospitals
$10,180,200.00 TAYLOR, PORTER, BROOKS & PHILLIPS
Legal services for various state agencies
$6,379,920.00 EMCARE, INC.
Nurse practitioner and physician coverage to the Emergency Room
$5,082,756.25 CAPITAL POST – CONVICTION PROJECT OF
LOUISIANA
Legal service for the Louisiana Defender Board
$4,357,489.00 MYERS & STAUFFER, LC CPA
Maintenance of the nursing home case mix reimbursement methodology
$4,044,375.00 LOUISIANA APPELLATE PROJECT
Legal services for the Louisiana Defender Board
 
TOP 50 PROFESSIONAL CONTRACTORS
07/01/10 – 06/30/11
GRAND TOTAL CONTRACTOR’S NAME
DESCRIPTION
$3,989,900.00 SHOWS, CALI, BERTHELOT & WALSH, LLP
Legal services for various state agencies
$3,600,000.00 USRY, WEEKS & MATTHEWS, APLC
Legal services for various state agencies
$3,523,275.00 BOGALUSA EMERGENCY GROUP, LLC
Physician staffing for the emergency department 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365
days a year
$3,450,000.00 MOFFATT & NICHOL ENGINEERS
Engineering services for the Dept. of Coastal Protection and Restoration
$3,346,398.50 URS CORPORATION
Engineering services for the Dept. of Coastal Protection and Restoration
$3,193,390.40 LONNIE G HARPER & ASSOCIATES, INC.
Engineering services for the Dept. of Coastal Protection and Restoration
$3,056,775.00 SHAW ENVIRONMENTAL &
INFRASTRUCTURE, INC.
Engineering services for the Dept. of Coastal Protection and Restoration
$3,000,000.00 HNTB-CPE A JOINT VENTURE, LLC
Engineering services for the Dept. of Coastal Protection and Restoration
$3,000,000.00 STANLEY CONSULTANTS, INC.
Engineering services for the Dept. of Coastal Protection and Restoration
$3,000,000.00 HDR ENGINEERING, INC.
Engineering services for the Dept. of Coastal Protection and Restoration
$3,000,000.00 C & C TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
Engineering services for the Dept. of Coastal Protection and Restoration
$3,000,000.00 HUMANA HEALTH BENEFIT PLAN, INC.
Medicare advantage plan for eligible Office of Group Benefit retirees
$3,000,000.00 JOHN CHANCE LAND SURVEYS, INC.
Surveying assistance for the Dept. of Coastal Protection and Restoration
$3,000,000.00 GEOENGINEERS, INC.
Engineering services for the Dept. of Coastal Protection and Restoration
$2,775,000.00 KANNER & WHITELEY, LLC
Legal services for Dept. of Justice
$2,594,955.00 THEREX, INC.
Provide occupational/physical therapy & support staff
 
TOP 50 PROFESSIONAL CONTRACTORS
07/01/10 – 06/30/11
GRAND TOTAL CONTRACTOR’S NAME
DESCRIPTION
$2,317,380.00 LOUISIANA ORTHO SERVICES, LLC
Orthopedic services to patients at Huey P Long Medical Center
$2,099,680.50 CAPITAL ASSISTANCE PROJECT OF
LOUISIANA, INC.
Legal services for the Louisiana Defender Board
$1,999,953.00 CAPITAL DEFENSE PROJECT OF SOUTHEAST
LOUISIANA
Legal service for the Louisiana Defender Board
$1,942,500.00 JOE H RANKIN, MD APMC
Radiologists services for Huey P. Long Medical Center
$1,845,000.00 MCGLINCHEY, STAFFORD PLLC
Legal services for various state agencies
$1,776,438.00 LOUISIANA CRISIS ASSISTANCE CENTER
Legal services for the Louisiana Public Defender Board
$1,680,250.00 OATS & HUDSON
Legal services for various state agencies
$1,653,336.00 ARCADIS US, INC.
Engineering services for the Dept. of Coastal Protection and Restoration
$1,650,000.00 FLORIDA PARISHES SURGICAL
ASSOCIATION, LLC
Provide surgical care and surgical care on-call coverage 24 hr/day 7 days a week
hospital emergency room
$1,644,772.50 THE CAPITAL APPEALS PROJECT
Legal services for the Louisiana Defender Board
$1,592,021.00 BIO-WEST, INC.
Water-bottom assessment for Wildlife & Fisheries
$1,500,300.00 KANTROW, SPAHT, WEAVER & BLITZERS
Legal services for various state agencies
$1,500,000.00 PLAUCHE & STOCK, LLP
Provide advice and counsel to LOSCO and the trustees related to the Natural
Resource Damage Assessment process and associated claims and removal actions
$1,475,000.00 HENRY DART
Legal services for the Dept. of Justice
 
TOP 50 PROFESSIONAL CONTRACTORS
07/01/10 – 06/30/11
GRAND TOTAL CONTRACTOR’S NAME
DESCRIPTION
$1,402,500.00 BATON ROUGE CAPITAL CONFLICT OFFICE,
INC.
Legal services for the Louisiana Defender Board
$1,395,380.52 DUNLAP FIORE, LLC
Legal services for various state agencies
$1,385,852.00 COASTAL ENGINEERING CONSULTANTS,
INC.
Engineering services for the Dept. of Coastal Protection and Restoration
$1,300,975.57 ATKINS NORTH AMERICA, INC.
Engineering services for the Dept. of Coastal Protection and Restoration
$1,260,000.00 ADAMS & REESE, LLP
Legal services for various state agencies
$1,200,000.00 PERKINS COIE, LLP
Legal services for various state agencies
$1,104,813.38 F JEFFERSON LINER JR MD & DOROTHY A
LEWIS PARTNERS
Surgical services in the outpatient clinic at Lallie Kemp Medical Center
$1,064,868,205.62
 
SUBSECTION A
TOP 50 PHYSICIAN CONTRACTORS
TOP 50 PHYSICIAN CONTRACTORS
07/01/10 – 06/30/11
GRAND TOTAL CONTRACTOR’S NAME
DESCRIPTION
$62,465,895.00 SOUTH LA MEDICAL ASSOCIATES
Provide internal medicine, infectious disease, critical care, pulmonary family
medicine, pediatrics medical services; provide positions in surgery, wound care,
vascular surgery, anesthesia, urology services
$22,825,479.00 TULANE UNIVERSITY
Provide resident supervision & education services at hospital; house officer services
at hospital; psychiatric & psychological services
$13,096,348.00 VAN METER & ASSOCIATES, INC.
Provide emergency medicine physician services
$6,379,920.00 EMCARE, INC.
Provide the services of Nurse Practitioner & Physician coverage to the ER at
University Medical Center
$3,523,275.00 BOGALUSA EMERGENCY GROUP, LLC
Provide 24 hour physician staffing services
$2,317,380.00 LA ORTHOPEDIC SERVICES, LLC
Provide orthopedic services
$1,942,500.00 JOE H. RANKIN, M.D., APMC
Provide radiologic services
$1,650,000.00 FLORIDA PARISHES SURGICAL
ASSOCIATES, LLC
Provide surgical care and surgical care on-call coverage for hospital emergency room
$1,104,813.38 F. JEFFERSON LINER, JR. M.D. & DOROTHY
A. LEWIS
Provide surgical services in the outpatient clinic & the surgery dept.
$789,180.00 BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH FOUNDATION OF
N.W. LA
Provide PET and PET/CT scans for patients who are financially & medically indigent
$719,040.00 NORTHEAST LA RADIATION ONCOLOGY,
LLC
Provide radiation oncology services for E.A. Conway Hospital
$630,000.00 SOUTHWEST LA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATES
Provide physician coverage & oncology services at W. O. Moss Reg. Medical Center
$630,000.00 THE DELTA PATHOLOGY GROUP, LLP
Provide lab testing/pathology services
 
TOP 50 PHYSICIAN CONTRACTORS
07/01/10 – 06/30/11
GRAND TOTAL CONTRACTOR’S NAME
DESCRIPTION
$630,000.00 MILTON LLOYD GODLEY
Provide outpatient cardiology services
$540,000.00 MARY BIRD PERKINS CANCER CENTER
Provide radiation treatment for Lallie Kemp Medical Center patients
$516,646.00 CHRISTOPHER J. RICH, M.D., MBA
CHRICKIE INVESTMENTS, LLC
Provide determinations of appropriate medical treatment for Office of Workers’
Compensation administration
$475,000.00 ROBERT C. COSCIA, M.D.
Provide medical director services
$469,699.52 LSU HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER – N.O.
Provide psychiatric & psychology services; provide general medical physician
services
$457,000.00 LOWERY L. THOMPSON
Provide neurology services
$424,600.00 WALTER L. CAMPBELL, JR., M.D. LLC
Provide physician services
$421,590.00 REUBEN SANFORD ROY, JR., M.D.
Provide psychiatric services
$400,000.00 NIGHTRAYS, PA
Provide radiology interpretation & consultation services
$380,000.00 CH WILKINSON PHYSICIAN NETWORK
Provide pediatric surgeon services
$366,000.00 SATNAM K. SINGH
Serve as staff physician & provide medical consultation
$364,080.00 GEORGE BELCHIC , JR., M.D.
Provide overall supervision of orthopedic services
$344,132.00 LSU HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER –
DEPT. OF PEDIATRICS
Provide pediatric pulmonary medical services
$310,000.00 ROY M. LEE, M.D.
Provide case management, treatment & medical services
$276,000.00 DAVID B. REGAN, M.D.
Provide psychiatric medical services
 
TOP 50 PHYSICIAN CONTRACTORS
07/01/10 – 06/30/11
GRAND TOTAL CONTRACTOR’S NAME
DESCRIPTION
$262,000.00 W. ROSS CAZAYOUX, M.D.
Provide physician services in specialty of urology
$250,620.00 PAUL ADO MOLINAR
Provide psychiatric services
$245,000.00 GLYNN A. HEBERT, M.D.
Provide outpatient clinic services to patients
$235,110.00 JOHN CEDRIC DAUPHIN, M.D.
Provide psychiatric medical services
$230,000.00 ADVANCED NEURODIAGNOSTIC CENTER
Provide neurological services; EEG/EMG sleep studies & clinics
$216,000.00 STANLEY T. HOOVER, M.D.
Provide psychiatric medical services
$210,000.00 BAKER MEDICAL CORP, LTD.
Provide psychiatric services
$203,717.00 OCHSNER CLINIC FOUNDATION
Provide hospital /urology services
$200,000.00 PET IMAGING OF SWLA, LLC
Provide radiology services
$198,000.00 RICHARD T. HORTMAN, M.D.
Physician to provide outpatient clinic services
$180,000.00 RADIOLOGY SPECIALISTS, LLC
Provide MRI & MRA services
$180,000.00 RANDALL D. LEA, M.D.
Provide orthopedic services
$170,000.00 GEORGE T. MCKNIGHT
Provide the services of a medical director
$168,280.00 DAPHNE A. GLINDMEYER, M.D. APMC
Provide psychiatry services
$165,000.00 MAMATHA ANANTH, APMC
Provide pediatric physician on –call services
$160,000.00 RADSOUTH IMAGING, LLP
Provide radiology services
$159,000.00 J. LEE LEONARD, M.D.
Provide orthopedic services
 
TOP 50 PHYSICIAN CONTRACTORS
07/01/10 – 06/30/11
GRAND TOTAL CONTRACTOR’S NAME
DESCRIPTION
$156,000.00 NANCY R. HASLETT, M.D.
Provide psychiatric services
$155,250.00 SHAY W. CORBIN, M.D.
Provide chiropractic services
$155,247.44 PEDIATRIC INTENSIVISTS OF LA
Resident supervision services for Earl K. Long – Med. Center Emergency Medicine
Residency Program
$153,000.00 ROBERT L. MCMANUS, M.D.
Provide Psychiatric Medical Services
$150,000.00 LARRY HAUSKINS, M.D.
Provide therapeutic/oncology radiation services on an outpatient basis
$128,650,802.34
 
SUBSECTION B
TOP 50 LEGAL CONTRACTORS
TOP 50 LEGAL CONTRACTORS
07/01/10 – 06/30/11
GRAND TOTAL
CONTRACTOR’S NAME
DESCRIPTION
$18,032,786.00 DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE - OFFICE OF THE
ATTORNEY GENERAL
Provide legal services to Boards & Commissions and Office of Risk Management
$10,180,200.00 TAYLOR, PORTER, BROOKS & PHILLIPS
Provide legal services for LSU campuses other than A & M; provide legal services to
Office of Risk Management
$5,082,756.25 CAPITAL POST – CONVICTION PROJECT OF
LA
Provide legal services for the defense of persons pursuing post-conviction relief of a
capital conviction in state & federal court
$4,049,900.00 SHOWS, CALI, BERTHELOT & WALSH
Provide legal services to Board of Nursing; provide legal services on behalf of the La.
Department of Justice
$4,044,375.00 LOUISIANA APPELLATE PROJECT
Provide legal services for the La. Public Defender Board
$3,450,000.00 USRY, WEEKS & MATTHEWS APLC
Provide legal services for the La Dept. of Justice for any issues involving the
Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill incident
$2,775,000.00 KANNER & WHITELEY LLC
Provide legal services to represent the State thru the Department of Justice in
connection with BP Gulf related oil-spill and related matters including others matters
currently pending with LOSCO Deepwater Horizon oil spill incident
$2,099,680.50 CAPITAL ASSISTANCE PROJECT OF LA, INC. Provide legal representation in the form of “criminal defense” services at trial in
capital cases where an ethical conflict in the representation of indigents is needed
$1,999,953.00 CAPITAL DEFENSE PROJECT OF SOUTHEAST
LA
Legal representation in form of criminal defense services at trial in capital cases
where an ethical conflict in representative of indigent is needed
$1,845,000.00 MCGLINCHEY, STAFFORD PLLC
Provide legal services to the Office of Risk Management
$1,776,438.00 LOUISIANA CRISIS ASSISTANCE CENTER
Provide legal representation in the form of “criminal defense” services at trial in
capital cases where an ethical conflict in the representation of indigents is needed
 
TOP 50 LEGAL CONTRACTORS
07/01/10 – 06/30/11
GRAND TOTAL
CONTRACTOR’S NAME
DESCRIPTION
$1,680,250.00 OATS & HUDSON
Provide legal services to Office of Risk Management and Department of
Transportation & Development
$1,644,772.50 THE CAPITAL APPEALS PROJECT
Provide legal services for the representation of indigents in post-verdict capital
proceedings & in pursuit of an appeal as of right to challenge the validity of a
conviction of a capital crime in the La State Supreme Court
$1,500,300.00 KANTROW, SPAHT, WEAVER & BLITZER
Provide legal services to Office of Risk Management and Department of Insurance
$1,475,000.00 HENRY DART
Provide legal services on behalf of the La Department of Justice for any issues
involving the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill incident
$1,402,500.00 BATON ROUGE CAPITAL CONFLICT OFFICE,
INC
Provide legal representation in capital cases where there exists an ethical conflict in
the representation of indigent by the Public Defender’s Office
$1,395,380.52 DUNLAP FIORE LLC
Provide legal services to various state agencies
$1,260,000.00 ADAMS & REESE LLP
Provide legal services to various state agencies
$1,200,000.00 PERKINS COIE LLP
Provide legal services to Department of Justice
$993,050.00 PHELPS DUNBAR LLP
Provide legal services to LSU Systems
$914,900.00 EVERITT, PRATT & LATHAM LLC
Provide legal services to Office of Risk Management
$834,098.77 JONES, WALKER, WAECHTER, POITEVENT,
CARRERE & DENEGRE
Provide legal services to various state agencies
$739,000.00 PROVOSTY, GANKENDORFF LLC
Provide legal services to Office of Risk Management
$680,000.00 BURGLASS & TANKERSLEY LLC
Provide legal services to Office of Risk Management and Department of Insurance
$673,960.00 DECUIR, CLARK & ADAMS LLP
Provide legal service and advice to the UL Systems and Office of Risk Management
 
TOP 50 LEGAL CONTRACTORS
07/01/10 – 06/30/11
GRAND TOTAL
CONTRACTOR’S NAME
DESCRIPTION
$646,000.00 CELIA R CANGELOSI
Provide legal services to Board of Pharmacy, Board of Cosmetology and Secretary of
State’s Office
$624,975.00 GALLLOWAY, JOHNSON, TOMPKINS &
BURR
Provide legal services to Office of Risk Management and Department of Justice
$528,309.07 FRILOT, PARTRIDGE, KOHNKE &
CLEMENTS, LLC
Provide legal services to various state agencies
$505,000.00 COVINGTON & BURLING
Provide legal representation to the State regarding Medicaid program
$494,000.00 BERRIGAN, LITCHFIELD, SCHONEAK &
MANN, LLC
Represent the State in legal proceedings of the Department of Agriculture & Forestry
$432,000.00 MICHAEL A TOMINO JR
Provide legal services to Board of Veterinary Medicine
$400,000.00 INNOCENCE PROJECT NEW ORLEANS
Provide post-conviction representation to indigents in innocence cases in which the
prisoner has the statutory right to counsel
$400,000.00 JERRY W. SULLIVAN
Provide legal services to Board of Practical Nurse Examiners
$377,043.63 LA DISTRICT ATTORNEYS ASSOCIATION
Provide joint training to DCFS and contract District Attorney staff as requested
$370,044.24 CHAFFE MCCALL LLP
Provide legal services Office of Risk Management and Patient Compensation Fund
$362,210.36 MILLING BENSON WOODWARD LLP
Provide legal services related to the certification/trademark for La. seafood products;
legal services for the Office of Risk Management & Patients Compensation Board
$360,000.00 ROEDEL, PARSON, KOCH, BLACHE,
BALHOFF & MCCOLLISTER, APLC
Provide legal services to Office of Risk Management and Patient Compensation
Funds
$357,000.00 FOLEY & JUDELL LLP
Provide legal services to Board of Medical Examiners and La. State Bond
Commission
 
TOP 50 LEGAL CONTRACTORS
07/01/10 – 06/30/11
GRAND TOTAL
CONTRACTOR’S NAME
DESCRIPTION
$356,900.00 BOWERS & BOWERS
Provide legal services to Office of Risk Management
$350,000.00 MARTEN LAW SEATTLE PLLC
Provide legal services on behalf of the La. Department of Justice for any issues
involving the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill incident
$334,280.76 CURRY & FRIEND PLC
Provide legal services to Office of Risk Management and Patient Compensation
Fund
$328,700.00 LAW OFFICE OF SHELLY D DICK
Provide legal services to Office of Risk Management and La. Workforce Commission
$326,160.00 KOCH & KOCH LLC
Provide legal services to Office of Risk Management and Patient Compensation Fund
$318,100.00 AVANT & FALCON
Provide legal services to various state agencies
$312,300.00 CHOPIN WAGAR RICHARD & KUTCHER, LLP Provide legal services to Office of Risk Management
$300,000.00 GREGORY G D’ANGELO & ASSOCIATE
Legal services related to Department of Highway and Public Works
$300,000.00 GORDON, ARATA, MCCOLLAM &
DUPLANTIS
Provide legal services in drafting contracts, cooperative endeavors, action plans and
loan documents for the Office of Community Development
$300,000.00 ABRAMS & LAFARGUE LLC
Provide legal services to Department of Transportation & Development
$285,000.00 ROBERT D HOFFMAN JR
Provide legal services to La Tax Commission
$276,000.00 VEZINA & GATTUSO LLC
Provide legal services to Office of Risk Management
$81,373,323.60
 
SECTION VII
TOP 50 PERSONAL CONTRACTORS
TOP 50 PERSONAL CONTRACTORS
07/01/10 – 06/30/11
GRAND TOTAL
CONTRACTOR’S NAME
DESCRIPTION
$1,915,022.00 EARTH SEARCH, INC.
Provide archaeological services
$350,000.00 PREMIER PRODUCTION & SOUND
SERVICES, LLC
Provide DJ, video production & audio/lighting services & equipment for various
university events at LSU
$300,000.00 HNTB CORPORATION
Provide expert witness services
$275,000.00 THE THERIOT GROUP, LLC
Provide expert witness services
$267,276.80 LANGUAGE LINE SERVICES, INC.
Provide verbal & written language interpretation services to clients of Dept. of
Health & Hospitals and Dept. of Children & Family Services
$250,000.00 G E C, INC.
Provide expert witness
$246,300.00 TERRI JOHNSON
Conduct speech, hearing & language screenings
$240,000.00 CAMP MORRISON INVESTIGATIONS
Provide investigations services
$195,000.00 REAL-TIME CAPTIONING & INTERPRETING
SERVICES, LLC
Provide captioning & interpreting services for hearing impaired students at Univ. of
New Orleans
$178,000.00 SOUTHWEST MUSEUM SERVICES
To design two tiger exhibits for LSU
$170,000.00 BICKERSTAFF, WHATLEY, RYAN &
BURKHALTER, INC.
Provide expert witness services
$154,440.00 PAMELA TAGEANT
Provide occupational therapy services
$148,500.00 LOUIS BOWEN, D/B/A ASIA CAPITAL
MANAGEMENT, LTD.
Provide foreign representation in China for Dept. of Economic Development
$140,000.00 DONNIE BELL DESIGN, LLC
Provide graphic design/layout for athletic marketing material at La. Tech University
 
TOP 50 PERSONAL CONTRACTORS
07/01/10 – 06/30/11
GRAND TOTAL
CONTRACTOR’S NAME
DESCRIPTION
$129,500.00 PATRICK MILLER
Create a life size bronze sculpture for Univ. of La. @ Lafayette
$125,000.00 LIBERTY DIAGNOSTICS, LLC
Provide expert witness services for Division of Administration
$119,445.00 THE BETTY & LEONARD PHILLIPS DEAF
ACTION CENTER OF LA
Provide interpreting services
$115,000.00 DEBRA R. WYATT
Provide court reporter/transcription services
$114,000.00 KIM M. FRENCH
Provide court reporter/transcription services
$100,000.00 VALUATION & LITIGATION CONSULTANTS,
LLP
Provide expert witness services
$100,000.00 A V EXPRESS, INC.
Provide video production & audio/lighting services & equipment for various
university events at LSU
$97,000.00 MICHELLE S. ABADIE
Provide transcription services
$95,550.00 ACCESS MARKETING
Provide foreign representation in the Providence of Ontario & Western Canada for
the Office of Tourism
$93,600.00 M B THERAPY, INC.
Conducting speech & language evaluation services
$91,970.42 SOUTHWEST LA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATES
D/B/A LAKE CHARLES MEMORIAL
HOSPITAL KIDS TEAM
Provide physical therapy services and director of sports medicine for athletic training
program at McNeese State University
$83,200.00 ADRIENNE HARGROVE
Provide massage therapy services
$83,200.00 GUIN L. HOPPER
Provide speech therapy services
$82,000.00 GAIL S. BOTELER
Provide court reporting/transcription services
 
TOP 50 PERSONAL CONTRACTORS
07/01/10 – 06/30/11
GRAND TOTAL
CONTRACTOR’S NAME
DESCRIPTION
$80,000.00 TIM RUNNING
Provide court reporting/transcription services
$78,000.00 MICHELLE JARRELL ROCK
Provide physical therapy services
$75,000.00 MCINTOSH & OTIS, INC.
Serve as licensing agent for subsidiary rights to books published by LSU Press
$75,000.00 STEVE LEE
Provide foreign representation in Taiwan for Dept. of Economic Development
$75,000.00 HERNAN GONZALEZ
D/B/A GONZALEZ PROJECTS
Provide foreign representation in Mexico for Dept. of Economic Development
$74,905.00 VISUAL COMMUNICATION SERVICES
Provide interpreter, sign language services
$73,200.00 H. EMITTE BELGARD
Conduct chaplaincy/pastoral services
$73,000.00 COURT REPORTERS OF LA, LLC
Provide court reporting services
$70,000.00 BATON ROUGE COURT REPORTERS
Provide court reporting services
$64,237.00 RICHARD SEELING, JR.
Teach leisure dance classes for LSU Student Union
$62,400.00 FANISHA FORD
Provide occupational therapy services
$60,000.00 GINA M. RUIZ, INC.
Provide transcription services
$60,000.00 JOSH TURNER ENTERPRISES, INC.
Provide concert performance at University of La. @ Monroe
$60,000.00 KABEL SIGNS
Provide painting services for LSU Athletic Dept.
$55,000.00 PAUL D. KUHLEMEIER
Provide expert witness services
$55,000.00 NELSON ARCHITECHTURAL ENGINEERS,
INC.
Provide expert witness services
 
TOP 50 PERSONAL CONTRACTORS
07/01/10 – 06/30/11
GRAND TOTAL
CONTRACTOR’S NAME
DESCRIPTION
$54,080.00 JILL B. AUCOIN
Conduct speech & language evaluation services
$50,400.00 YUSUF I. ABDULLAH
Provide expert witness services
$50,000.00 COMPUTER AIDED INTERPRETATIONS
Provide interpreting captioning services
$49,999.00 WBRZ TV
Provide video production services
$49,920.00 STEPHANIE B. EDDINGTON
Provide dental hygiene services to residents of DHH - Northwest Support Services
Center
$49,500.00 JOHN JACKSON
Provide/create video production services
$7,653,645.22
 
SECTION VIII
TOP 50 SOCIAL SERVICES CONTRACTORS
TOP 50 SOCIAL SERVICES CONTRACTORS
07/01/10 - 06/30/11
GRAND TOTAL
CONTRACTOR’S NAME
DESCRIPTION
$19,079,774.00 PATHWAYS COMMUNITY BEHAVIORAL
HEALTHCARE, INC.
Operate inpatient treatment unit for male/female
adolescents ages 12-17
$17,225,396.00 NHS PENNSYLVANIA
Provide assertive community treatment services and employ a forensic coordinator.
implement and administer an intensive case management program for adults with
severe mental health issues
$16,375,747.00 PHILMAT INC
Commodity supplemental food program through food for families/food for seniors
$9,000,000.00 MFR PC
Administer Rental Subsidy Program for eligible households displaced by Hurricanes
Katrina, Rita, Gustav or Ike and Road Home option 1 or 2 grantees whose rebuilt
homes contained contaminated drywall
$8,675,369.00 HARMONY CENTER INC
Provides a Supervised Transitional Residence & Aftercare Program (STRAP) w/
individual assistance for post discharged or diverted forensic consumers on court-
ordered conditional release status to develop daily living skills, prepare for vocational
adjustment & re-enter the community
$5,692,461.07 TULANE UNIVERSITY
Development, implementation and evaluation of the quality rating system. Manage,
pursuant to the directives and supervision of the executive committee of the state
early childhood advisory council
$4,896,168.00 B & B OF MARION LLC
Provide medically supported detoxification service/inpatient treatment services to
chemically dependent adults
$4,809,694.00 LOUISIANA HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION
Provide for the 13 defined deliverables stipulated and outlined
$4,455,792.00 CENIKOR FOUNDATION INC
Operate a 34 bed adult inpatient unit and a 12 bed medically supported detoxification
$4,235,815.00 CENLA CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY
COUNCIL, INC.
Operate a 26 bed adolescent inpatient treatment program for addictive adolescents
 
TOP 50 SOCIAL SERVICES CONTRACTORS
07/01/10 - 06/30/11
GRAND TOTAL
CONTRACTOR’S NAME
DESCRIPTION
$4,190,391.84 VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA OF GREATER
BATON ROUGE
Provide housing/residential services for 9 adults with mental illness, include co-ed
occurring disorders
$3,987,836.00 EASTER SEALS LOUISIANA INC
Provide temporary crisis shelter/transitional housing to adults with mental illness who
are homeless
$3,897,839.00 CAJUN AREA AGENCY ON AGING
Provide social services for the eligible elderly
$3,372,720.00 CENTER POINT INC
Provide residential treatment services to individuals with addictive disorders
$3,046,510.00 COUNCIL ON ALCOHOLISM AND DRUG
ABUSE OF NORTHWEST LA.
Operate a15 bed inpatient treatment for adolescents ages 12-17; operate a 17 bed
halfway house for women with addictive disorders & their children
$2,908,492.00 LOUISIANA PUBLIC HEALTH INSTITUTE
Provide services to ensure sustainability of tobacco control efforts in Louisiana
$2,905,447.00 START CORPORATION
Provide support services to minimum of 100 tenants and maximum of 110 tenants
accepted to program
$2,892,912.75 AMIKIDS INC
Provide behavioral modification day program services to youth in the Tallulah area
$2,216,573.00 ALTERNATIVES LIVING INC
Provide support services to minimum of 100 tenants and maximum of 110 tenants
accepted to program
$2,017,934.00 VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA OF GREATER
NEW ORLEANS
Implement and administer an intensive case mgmt program for adults with severe
mental health issues
$1,987,740.00 POSITIVE FORCES COUNSELING NETWORK Intensive community based services to child/families; children's crisis response
services for children/youth with emotional/behavioral disorders
$1,964,193.00 LA FEDERATION OF FAMILIES FOR
CHILDREN’S MENTAL HEALTH
Continue the implementation of the La. Family Mentoring Model; serve as fiscal
agent for funds used to access needed supports services or goods to achieve, maintain,
or improve individual/family community living status and level of functioning
in order to continue living in community
 
TOP 50 SOCIAL SERVICES CONTRACTORS
07/01/10 - 06/30/11
GRAND TOTAL
CONTRACTOR’S NAME
DESCRIPTION
$1,920,000.00 YOUNG AUDIENCE INC N.O. CHAPTER
Provides academic assistance in literacy &/or math, enrichment,
recreation, technology, tutoring, parental involvement & family literacy activities
through the creation of a community learning center
$1,905,685.00 CHRISTUS HEALTH CENTRAL LA
Regional maternal & child health injury prevention coordinator will continue system
of childhood initiatives
$1,818,118.00 THE WELLSPRING ALLIANCE FOR
FAMILIES, INC.
Implement homeless initiative; Provide services for battered women and their
children, including crisis intervention, shelter, to
advocacy, legal advocacy, counseling and assistance for children including
assessment, counseling, play therapy and placement in school
$1,801,446.00 NORTH DELTA REGIONAL PLANNING &
DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT
Provide Title III social services to the eligible elderly
$1,780,165.00 NORTH LOUISIANA AREA HEALTH &
EDUCATION CENTER
Administer, manage and deliver peer counseling (breastfeeding program)
$1,765,998.00 TOTAL COMMUNITY ACTION INC
Provide services & programs in accordance with the CSBG Act of 1981 to low
income, elderly & disabled individuals
$1,697,276.00 EAST BATON ROUGE COUNCIL ON AGING
Provide Title III social services for the eligible elderly
$1,684,324.51 ASSOCIATED CATHOLIC CHARITIES
Provide services to domestic violence survivors and their children with a goal to
assist them to live in a safe environment & become self sufficient & independent
$1,590,353.00 JEFFERSON COUNCIL ON AGING
Senior center PCOA contract for Jefferson Council of Aging to provide services to
the elderly
$1,517,860.00 LA. ASSOCIATION ON COMPLUSIVE
GAMBLING
Operate a 12 bed inpatient treatment program for individuals
with gambling addictions
 
TOP 50 SOCIAL SERVICES CONTRACTORS
07/01/10 - 06/30/11
GRAND TOTAL
CONTRACTOR’S NAME
DESCRIPTION
$1,500,000.00 CARING TO LOVE MINISTRIES INC
Alternatives to abortion initiative
$1,456,176.00 FAMILY COUNSELING AGENCY INC
Provide on-site emergency treatment planning and intervention for C/Y
$1,442,983.00 GULF COAST TEACHING FAMILY
SERVICES
Provide intensive case mgmt and consumer care resources to child/adolescent clients
$1,399,110.00 ALLEN’S CONSULTATION & TRAINING,
INC.
Provide residential treatment services to individuals with addictive disorders
$1,395,000.00 FDDOC WINNER’S CIRCLE INC
Expanding academic enrichment opportunities for children attending low performing
schools through the creation of community learning center
$1,394,396.85 MEDICAL MANAGEMENT OPTIONS INC
Intensive residential services for adolescent male sex offenders
$1,386,707.00 CATHOLIC CHARITIES DIOCESE OF BATON
ROUGE
Provide meaningful community services employment and training to low income
senior citizens age 55 and over in non-profit organizations
$1,307,526.00 PROVIDENCE HOUSE
Homeless initiative program to serve homeless families to break the cycle of
homelessness
$1,300,141.00 CHILDREN’S COALITION FOR NORTHEAST
LA
Child care provider training, onsite provider training, consumer education & referral
region 9
$1,290,203.00 VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICA OF NORTH LA
Provide after-school academic enrichment opportunities for children attending low-
performing schools through establishment and operation of community learning
centers
$1,281,480.00 ODYSSEY HOUSE LOUISIANA INC
Operate inpatient treatment unit for male & female adults with addiction
$1,262,634.00 OPTIONS FOR INDEPENDENCE
Implement and administer an intensive case management program for adults with
severe mental health issues
 
TOP 50 SOCIAL SERVICES CONTRACTORS
07/01/10 - 06/30/11
GRAND TOTAL
CONTRACTOR’S NAME
DESCRIPTION
$1,250,000.00 NEW ORLEANS OUTREACH INC
Expanding academic enrichment opportunities for children low performing schools
through the creation of community learning center
$1,221,781.00 SMILE COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY
Community Services Block Grant will fund the operations of the
community action agency to create coordinate & deliver many programs & services
to low income individuals & families to combat poverty in the local area
$1,218,135.00 FAMILY SERVICE OF GREATER NEW
ORLEANS
Provide child and adolescent crisis response team to children and adolescent under
the age of 18 and their families residing in the metropolitan human services district of
Orleans, St. Bernard and Plaquemines Parishes
$1,217,438.00 SOUTHEASTERN LA AREA HEALTH
EDUCATION CENTER FOUNDATION
Provide program support personnel for 5 federally funded positions in CCP
$1,200,000.00 NEW ORLEANS SOUTH AFRICA
CONNECTION, INC.
Provide after-school academic enrichment opportunities for children attending low
performing schools through establishment and operation of community learning
centers
$1,160,067.00 CAPITAL AREA AGENCY ON AGING, INC.
Nutritious meals for the eligible elderly
$170,999,808.02
 
SECTION IX
TOP 50 CONSULTING CONTRACTORS
TOP 50 CONSULTING CONTRACTORS
07/01/10– 06/30/11
GRAND TOTAL
CONTRACTOR’S NAME
DESCRIPTION
$420,000,000.00 CATALYST RX
Pharmacy benefits management for plan participants with the Office of Group
Benefits
$40,000,000.00 WITT GROUP HOLDINGS, LLC
Assist in the administration of the FEMA public assistance and hazard mitigation
programs in connection with all federally declared disasters
$36,622,871.00 ACS STATE HEALTHCARE, LLC
Information & referral services to people seeking long term care services
$32,563,969.00 HGI CATASTROPHE SERVICE, LLC
Administer Road Home Program
$31,000,000.00 ACS STATE & LOCAL SOLUTIONS
Administer Small Rental Property Program to help hurricane damaged parishes
recover rental units
$29,499,108.00 DELOITTE CONSULTING, LLP
Implementation of web-based portals which will ultimately integrate with each of
Department of Children and Family Services standalone information systems
$16,593,747.00 CIGNA HEALTHCARE
Claims administrator for LSU System’s Health Plan
$16,359,498.00 SUNGARD HIGHER EDUCATION, INC.
Enterprise resource planning solution for LCTCS & member institutions; Software
support to Southern University, Grambling, University of Louisiana at Monroe and
Nicholls State University
$15,000,000.00 STRATUS CONSULTING, INC.
Provide assistance to Department of Public Safety in the Natural Resource Damage
Assessment associated with the BP Oil Spill
$14,000,000.00 UNITED BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
Provide for the Office of Group Benefits managed mental health and substance abuse
treatment services
$13,750,000.00 WELLINGTON LIFE INSURANCE
COMPANY
Provide a fully-insured managed mental health and substance abuse treatment
services for the Office of Group Benefits
$10,000,000.00 HEALTH DIALOG SERVICES
Provide a disease management program for the Office of Group Benefits self-insured
health plans
 
TOP 50 CONSULTING CONTRACTORS
07/01/10– 06/30/11
GRAND TOTAL
CONTRACTOR’S NAME
DESCRIPTION
$9,591,803.16 CORRECT CARE SOLUTIONS, LLC
Medical, dental & mental health services to youths at Jetson and Bridge City Centers
for Youth
$8,026,093.00 JACOBS FIELD SERVICES NORTH
AMERICA, INC
Program management services for new facility at LSU Academic Medical Center
New Orleans
$7,968,401.00 GREGORY C. RIGAMER & ASSOCIATES,
INC.
Provide professional land services to support the Office of Coastal Protection
projects; Programming, analytical and support services in the design, development
and implementation of phase IV of the Elections Registration and Information
Network
$6,811,897.00 FA RICHARD & ASSOCIATES, INC.
Claims management & loss prevention services
$5,478,400.00 FIRST DATA GOVERNMENT
Provide expert consultants to assist DSS (Dept. of Children & Family Services) in
developing RFP for solution-based human services contract
$5,107,202.00 PETER A. MAYER ADVERTISING, INC.
Marketing & advertising services for various state agencies
$5,000,000.00 BEM SYSTEM, INC.
Environmental science consulting services for the Office of Coastal Restoration
$5,000,000.00 INDEPENDENT LAND SERVICES
Environmental science consulting services for the Office of Coastal Restoration
$5,000,000.00 SJB GROUP, LLC
Environmental science consulting services for the Office of Coastal Restoration
$5,000,000.00 PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING
CONSULTANTS CORPORATION
Environmental science consulting services for the Office of Coastal Restoration
$5,000,000.00 OIL LAND SERVICES, INC.
Environmental science consulting services for the Office of Coastal Restoration
$5,000,000.00 BROWN & CALDWELL, INC.
Environmental science consulting services for the Office of Coastal Restoration
$4,825,000.00 CELERIAN CONSULTING, INC.
Technical support for LAGOV ERP
 
TOP 50 CONSULTING CONTRACTORS
07/01/10– 06/30/11
GRAND TOTAL
CONTRACTOR’S NAME
DESCRIPTION
$4,354,304.00 SAS INSTITUTE, INC.
Fraud detection software platform and pilot implementation for the unemployment
insurance and workers compensation programs within the Louisiana Workforce
Commission
$3,798,080.00 NORTHROP GRUMMAN INFORMATION
TECHNOLOGY
Support services for the Department of Children and Family Service statewide
network software environment
$3,285,000.00 GARRISON & ASSOCIATES ADVERTISING,
INC.
Implement a paid media program for Louisiana Highway Safety Commission
$3,272,673.00 SYNERGY CARE, INC.
Physical, speech & occupational therapists & support staff personnel to veterans at
War Veteran’s Homes throughout the state
$3,000,000.00 COVINGTON & BURLING
Assist DHH in administering Medicaid program & developing initiatives for
Medicaid reform
$3,000,000.00 T BAKER SMITH, LLC
Biological surveys of oyster grounds potentially affected by coastal protection
projects
$3,000,000.00 HUNT, GUILLOT & ASSOCIATES, LLC
Grant management services for disaster recovery programs related to damages from
Hurricanes Katrina and Rita
$2,717,332.00 CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL
Assist recipients/families with health care management for ventilator dependent
children
$2,656,800.00 PB AMERICAS, INC.
Management services for disaster recovery for DOTD
$2,650,000.00 STR GRANTS, LLC
Software maintenance and support for proprietary e-grants program in the Office of
Community Development
$2,645,200.00 REDMANE TECHNOLOGY, LLC
La. Automated Support Enforcement System (LASES) IT support services for the
Department of Children and Family Services
$2,600,000.00 ELEVATOR TECHNICAL SERVICES
Inspect elevators & escalators at various locations throughout the state
 
TOP 50 CONSULTING CONTRACTORS
07/01/10– 06/30/11
GRAND TOTAL
CONTRACTOR’S NAME
DESCRIPTION
$2,535,776.00 BIO MEDICAL APPLICATIONS OF LA, LLC
Dialysis services at LSU Interim Hospital
$2,450,000.00 LOUISIANA PROPERTY ACQUISITION
COMPANY, LLC
Landman services for coastal restoration projects
$2,338,964.80 CIBER, INC.
Maintenance of existing software and support services for Department of Education;
IT services for family assistance web-based and mainframe systems to the
Department of Children and Family Services. Analytical & Support services in
implementation of Data Mart for the Louisiana Department of Revenue
$2,0332452.00 APPRISS, INC.
Services, equipment, and facilities associated with the on-going operation and
enhancement of the Louisiana Automated Victim Notification System
$1,989,306.00 THE ACTIVE NETWORK, INC.
Centralized automated reservation and call center services for the Department of
Cultural, Recreation and Tourism - Office of State Parks
$1,936,398.00 PACIFIC METRICS CORPORATION
Produce & provide assistance with the 2010-2011 Louisiana School Accountability
Program reports; provide a web-based tool that provides the capability for school
districts to securely review and certify data
$1,866,504.00 ADMINISTRATORS OF THE TULANE
EDUCATIONAL FUND
Research grants from the Board of Regents
$1,786,898.64 EWA TRIAD, LLC
Provide IT support services for the Emergency Preparedness (EP) section of Dept. of
Children & Family Services; assist with data entry into the Phoenix System
$1,778,562.00 VERITY HEALTHNET, LLC.
1 st choice & local/secondary network provider to LSU Systems Health Plan
$1,700,000.00 REZNICK GROUP, PC
Non-IT staff augmentation to transition from current Road Home contract with ICF
emergency management
$1,699,000.00 A.T. KEARNEY, INC.
Develop and provide an actionable plan to optimize long-term employment, as well
as short-term and long-term employment of Avondale's current workforce
 
TOP 50 CONSULTING CONTRACTORS
07/01/10– 06/30/11
GRAND TOTAL
CONTRACTOR’S NAME
DESCRIPTION
$1,676,450.00 VOLKERT, INC.
Relocation assistance service and land acquisition for the Medical Center at New
Orleans
$1,500,000.00 LOUISIANA ASSOCIATION OF UNITED
WAYS
Oversee the 211 information and referral contractors who provide info & referral
services to the entire state
$815,468,689.60
 
SECTION X
TOP 50 INTERAGENCY CONTRACTORS
TOP 50 INTERAGENCY CONTRACTORS
07/01/10 – 06/30/11
GRAND TOTAL CONTRACTOR’S NAME
DESCRIPTION
$61,675,000.00
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
& DEVELOPMENT
Demolition of 635 spans or Twin Span and 702 bents with substructure piles
& pile caps; removal, transport and delivery & placement of debris; Identify,
design and install elimination countermeasures to reduce number of traffic
crashes in Louisiana
$34,028,840.55 LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY
Crash records entry & analysis; provide nutrition education services for
supplemental nutrition assistance program applicants and participants; offshore
monitoring program; promote the growth & development of the rice industry in
Louisiana by expanded research
$30,398,297.00 OFFICE OF COASTAL PROTECTION &
RESTORATION
Reimbursement for levee erosion projects to reduce flooding from hurricane
damage
$18,072,786.00 OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL
Legal services for various state agencies
$17,099,040.00 GOVERNOR’S OFFICE OF HOMELAND
SECURITY & EMERGENCY PREPARDNESS
Acquire additional interoperable communications abilities statewide and in the
Baton Rouge area to promote better cooperation among first responders
$14,308,171.44 LSU HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER – NEW
ORLEANS
Provide professional services to administer the HIV/AIDS program; provide
medical, dental and mental health services to youth in Jetson Center; provide
services for HIV, hepatitis C, surgery, neurology, dermatology and endoscopy to
inmates at the Louisiana State Penitentiary
$11,614,747.00 LSU HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER
Provide mental health and dental services; operate the Louisiana Poison Control
Center hotline; provide Ryan White Care Act Aids Drug Assistance program
$11,320,771.00 CHARITY HOSPITAL & MEDICAL CENTER
OF LOUISIANA
Provide Ryan White Care Act Aids Drug Assistance Program; provide acute
inpatient detox services for alcohol and substance abuse users
$10,665,248.00 DPS&C YOUTH SERVICES
Foster care services for eligible children in the custody of the Dept. of Public Safety
& Corrections Youth Services; provide administrative activities in support of pre-
placement prevention services
 
TOP 50 INTERAGENCY CONTRACTORS
07/01/10 – 06/30/11
GRAND TOTAL CONTRACTOR’S NAME
DESCRIPTION
$5,414,980.00 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE &
FORESTRY
Help Louisiana farmers, agribusinesses with loans, grants to recover from damage
from Hurricanes Ike and Gustav
$5,313,097.00 EARL K LONG MEDICAL CENTER
Provide Ryan White Care Act Aids Drug Assistance Program
$5,060,681.00 SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY
Implement a statewide individual development account program that reduces
poverty; design, develop & implement Dept. of Health & Hospitals data warehouse;
implement energy efficient upgrades consistent with the ARRA of 2009
$4,933,584.00 UNIVERSITY OF LOUISIANA OF
LAFAYETTE
Beginning with Babies pilot program to advance system initiatives and improve the
quality of infant/toddler child care; implement and research program to assess the
quality & effectiveness including both short & long term outcomes
$4,626,491.50 LOUISIANA SCHOOL OF MATH, SCIENCE &
THE ARTS
Provide infrastructure to most efficiently support the Louisiana virtual school by
providing administrative and functional support
$4,600,313.00 LOUISIANA TECH UNIVERSITY
Provide assistive technology assessments in assistive devices for daily living,
augmentative/alternative communication, computer access, services for the blind,
etc.
$4,458,707.81 DPS&C CORRECTIONS SERVICES
Provide all labor, materials, tools, equipment, machinery, supplies, cleaning
solvents, waxes, supervision, and insurance necessary to perform janitorial services
for all offices; provide inmate labor to perform litter collection on highways
$2,937,848.27 DPS&C PUBLIC SAFETY SERVICES
Further the implementation of a state strategic highway safety plan; conduct
inspections for Medicaid and Medicare patient occupied buildings
$2,929,394.00 LOUISIANA COMMUNITY & TECHNICAL
COLLEGE SYSTEM
Implement energy efficient upgrades
$2,717,307.00 HUEY P LONG MEDICAL CENTER
Address low birth weight and poor prenatal care; provide Ryan White Care Act
Aids Drug Assistance Program
 
TOP 50 INTERAGENCY CONTRACTORS
07/01/10 – 06/30/11
GRAND TOTAL CONTRACTOR’S NAME
DESCRIPTION
$2,580,166.00 UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER
Provide Ryan White Care Act Aids Drug Assistance Program
$2,486,256.86 UNIVERSITY OF NEW ORLEANS
Maintain sustainable oyster shell stock on Louisiana public seed grounds; refine the
geospatial/TEK tool to be used for larger scale ecosystem analysis; provide support
for the comprehensive barrier island monitoring activities
$1,779,877.00 OFFICE OF GROUP BENEFITS
Physician hospital network LaChip plan
$1,768,900.00 DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL
QUALITY
Assist in the implementation of the Louisiana Seafood Safety Testing Program
$1,463,916.00 OFFICE OF STUDENT FINANCIAL
ASSISTANCE
Award Chafee education and training vouchers to students who are ages 15-21
$1,445,567.00 W O MOSS REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER
Provide Ryan White Care Act Aids Drug Assistance Program
$1,361,356.00 NICHOLLS STATE UNIVERSITY
Treatment interventions to families in crisis situations; implement energy efficient
upgrades consistent with the ARRA of 2009; support the Nurse-Family Partnership
Program
$1,186,220.00 E A CONWAY MEDICAL CENTER
Provide Ryan White Care Act Aids Drug Assistance Program
$1,184,954.00 NORTHWESTERN STATE UNIVERSITY OF
LOUISIANA
Implement energy efficient upgrades consistent with the ARRA of 2009; provide
counseling and training services to small business owners
$1,082,000.00 DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL SERVICE
Conduct fair administrative appeal hearings and issue decisions in unemployment
compensation
$1,027,711.00 UNIVERSITY OF LOUISIANA AT MONROE
Implement energy efficient upgrades consistent with the ARRA of 2009; report
newly diagnosed cancer cases for regions VI, VII & VIII
$852,798.00 SOUTHEASTERN LOUISIANA UNIVERSITY Genetic identification or penaeid shrimp in Louisiana; provide specific counseling
and training service to small business owners
 
TOP 50 INTERAGENCY CONTRACTORS
07/01/10 – 06/30/11
GRAND TOTAL CONTRACTOR’S NAME
DESCRIPTION
$828,177.75 DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL REOURCES
Reimbursement to repair or close 120 water wells damaged by Hurricanes Katrina
and Rita; provide assistance in developing a statewide groundwater management
plan
$718,493.00 LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY
Implement energy efficient upgrades consistent with the ARRA of 2009; provide
specific counseling and training service to small business owners
$679,340.00 LEONARD J CHABERT MEDICAL CENTER
Provide Ryan White Care Act Aids Drug Assistance Program
$614,118.00 MCNEESE STATE UNIVERSITY
Implement energy efficient upgrades consistent with the ARRA of 2009; provide
counseling and training services to small business owners
$587,640.00 LALLIE KEMP REGIONAL MEDICAL
CENTER
Provide Ryan White Care Act Aids Drug Assistance Program
$557,708.50 LOUISIANA DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Provide enrichment opportunities for children that attend low-performing schools
$557,240.00 LSUHSC/WASHINGTON ST TAMMANY
REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER
Provide Ryan White Care Act Aids Drug Assistance program; provide
comprehensive/preventative service to registered students
$379,514.00 LOUISIANA STATE BOARD OF
EXAMINERS OF NURSING FACILITIES
ADMINISTRATOR
Maintenance of certified nurse’s aide registry database
$350,000.00 LOUISIANA WORKFORCE COMMISSION
Implement strategic plan; conduct job fairs
$321,920.00 DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE –
LA OFFICE OF ALCOHOL & TABACCO
CONTROL
Provide overtime hours to enforce Louisiana’s underage drinking; provide random
inspections for over-the-counter & vending machines for tobacco products
$240,000.00 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH & HOSPITALS
Provide services to substance abuse exposed children in an effort to safely maintain
them in the family unit
 
TOP 50 INTERAGENCY CONTRACTORS
07/01/10 – 06/30/11
GRAND TOTAL CONTRACTOR’S NAME
DESCRIPTION
$213,690.00 DEPARTMENT OF CULTURE RECREATION
& TOURISM
Process 160 reviews for OCD/DRU/LLT properties
$208,653.00 LOUISIANA UNIVERSITIES MARINE
CONSORTIUM
Assess impacts of the Deepwater Horizon events
$155,000.00 CAPITAL AREA TECHNICAL COLLEGE
Provide a challenge station which will serve as the official center for any individual
who desires to challenge the results from their motor vehicle inspection
$90,000.00 DELGADO COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Fund workforce development activities in the transportation sector
$75,000.00 DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC
DEVELOPMENT
Will employ a disability navigator for the disabled to ensure that people with
disabilities are aware of self-employment resources, to maximize self-employment
opportunities
$67,769.00 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH & HOSPITALS
Provide sanitarian services, conduct pre-opening inspection of each food service
site; define responsibilities of the Louisiana Dept. of Health & Hospitals and
Louisiana Dept. of Agriculture & Forestry regarding health related pesticide
exposure incidents
$60,856.43 SOUTHWEST LOUISIANA TECHNICAL
COMMUNITY COLLEGE
Implement a recovery workforce training program
$60,839.20 L E FLETCHER TECHNICAL COLLEGE
Fund workforce development activities in the transportation sector
$277,160,985 .31
 
SECTION XI
TOP 50 INTERGOVERNMENTAL CONTRACTORS
TOP 50 INTERGOVERNMENTAL CONTRACTORS
07/01/10 – 06/30/11
GRAND TOTAL
CONTRACTOR’S NAME
DESCRIPTION
$9,140,983.92 JEFFERSON PARISH DISTRICT ATTORNEY
Provide services for the establishment of paternity, establishment of support orders
$5,107,943.99 ORLEANS PARISH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
OFFICE
Provide child support enforcement services in Orleans Parish
$3,699,123.00 EAST BATON ROUGE DISTRICT ATTORNEY
Provide child support enforcement services in EBR Parish
$3,553,285.08 22 JUDICIAL DISTRICT OFFICE
Provide child support enforcement services in Avoyelles Parish
$3,352,636.00 CITY OF NEW ORLEANS
Provide services for Homelessness Prevention & Rapid Re-Housing Program & Title
XII of the American Recovery & Reinvestment Act of 2009; Provide WIA intensive
training & support services to individuals affected by the gulf oil spill; operate a job
readiness program
$3,320,823.06 JEFFERSON PARISH COMMUNITY ACTION
PROGRAM
NEG (National Emergency Grant) Oil Spill Project will provide WIA (Workforce
Investment Act) training/support services to individuals affected by the oil spill;
Provide services & programs in accordance with the CSBG Act of 1981 to low
income, elderly & disabled individuals
$3,231,242.97 FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT - CADDO PARISH
DISTRICT ATTORNEY
Provide child support enforcement services; Provide foster care services
$2,838,749.22 16 TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT ATTORNEY
Provide child support enforcement services; implement the Truancy Assessment &
Service Center (TASC) program
$2,710,281.00 9 TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT ATTORNEY
Provide child support enforcement services
$2,619,058.38 21 ST JUDICIAL DISTRICT ATTORNEY
Provide child support enforcement services
$2,307,748.23 32 ND JUDICIAL DISTRICT ATTORNEY
Provide child support enforcement services
$2,295,902.16 15 TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT ATTORNEY
Provide child support enforcement services
 
TOP 50 INTERGOVERNMENTAL CONTRACTORS
07/01/10 – 06/30/11
GRAND TOTAL
CONTRACTOR’S NAME
DESCRIPTION
$2,158,865.00 MONROE CITY SCHOOL BOARD
Provide after-school academic enrichment opportunities for children attending low
performing schools
$2,152,021.53 CITY OF BATON ROUGE
Provide services & programs in accordance with the CSBG Act of 1981 to low
income, elderly & disabled individuals; La. job employment & training program for
EBR Parish food stamp recipients; operate a job readiness program
$1,940,313.00 4 TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
Provide child support enforcement services
$1,878,054.00 LOCAL WORKFORCE INVESTMENT AREA 40 NEG (National Emergency Grant) Oil Spill Project will provide WIA (Workforce
Investment Act) training/support services to individuals affected by the oil spill
$1,854,549.00 JEFFERSON PARISH SCHOOL BOARD
Provides Academic assistance in literacy and/or math, enrichment, recreation,
technology, tutoring, parental involvement & family literacy activities; Provide after-
school academic enrichment opportunities for children attending low performing
schools
$1,851,859.00 JEFFERSON PARISH HUMAN SERVICES
AUTHORITY
Provide services to support the Nurse-Family Partnership program for families at-risk
for low birth weight, poor health maintenance, child abuse and neglect
$1,732,408.00 LAFAYETTE CITY PARISH CONSOLIDATED
GOVERNMENT
NEG (National Emergency Grant) Oil Spill Project will provide WIA (Workforce
Investment Act) training/support services to individuals affected by the oil spill;
operate a 20 bed inpatient treatment program for individuals with addictive disorders
$1,543,455.27 27 TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
Provide child support enforcement services
$1,500,000.00 ORLEANS PARISH JUVENILE COURT
Provide administrative activities in support of pre-placement prevention services to
reasonable candidates in Orleans Parish
$1,456,875.54 CALCASIEU PARISH POLICE JURY
Implement the strategic plan developed by the Calcasieu Coalition to build a healthy
La.; NEG (National Emergency Grant) Oil Spill Project will provide WIA
(Workforce Investment Act) training/support services to individuals affected by the
oil spill
 
TOP 50 INTERGOVERNMENTAL CONTRACTORS
07/01/10 – 06/30/11
GRAND TOTAL
CONTRACTOR’S NAME
DESCRIPTION
$1,456,433.00 ST. CHARLES PARISH COUNCIL
NEG (National Emergency Grant) Oil Spill Project will provide WIA (Workforce
Investment Act) training/support services to individuals affected by the oil spill
$1,381,104.66 BOSSIER PARISH POLICE JURY
Provide child support enforcement services
$1,324,090.20 2 ND JUDICIAL DISTRICT
Provide child support enforcement services
$1,318,974.00 17 TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
Provide child support enforcement services
$1,258,683.00 CONCORDIA PARISH SHERIFF’S OFFICE
Provide programmatic services for inmates housed at Concordia Parish Detention
Facility for technical violations of probation or parole in lieu of revocation
$1,247,004.00 FIRST PLANNING DISTRICT
NEG (National Emergency Grant) Oil Spill Project will provide WIA (Workforce
Investment Act) training/support services to individuals affected by the oil spill;
operate a job readiness program
$1,125,525.00 JEFFERSON PARISH JUVENILE COURT
Provide eligibility determination & administrative activities in support of the Title
IV-E program; implement Truancy Assessment & Service Center project (TASC) in
Jefferson Parish
$1,099,330.50 SABINE PARISH SCHOOL BOARD
NEG (National Emergency Grant) Oil Spill Project will provide WIA (Workforce
Investment Act) training/support services to individuals affected by the oil spill;
Provides Academic assistance in literacy and/or math, enrichment, recreation,
technology, tutoring, parental involvement & family literacy activities
$1,094,547.39 20 TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
Provide child support enforcement services; provide early intervention program
services to at-risk children
$1,080,000.00 LAFOURCHE PARISH SCHOOL BOARD
Provide Academic assistance in literacy and/or math, enrichment, recreation,
technology, tutoring, parental involvement & family literacy activities; Provide after-
school academic enrichment opportunities for children attending low performing
schools
 
TOP 50 INTERGOVERNMENTAL CONTRACTORS
07/01/10 – 06/30/11
GRAND TOTAL
CONTRACTOR’S NAME
DESCRIPTION
$1,041,575.64 30 TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
Provide child support enforcement services
$996,425.00 LAT WORKFORCE INVESTMENT BOARD,
INC.
NEG (National Emergency Grant) Oil Spill Project will provide WIA (Workforce
Investment Act) training/support services to individuals affected by the oil spill;
operate a job readiness program
$961,940.00 PARISH OF ASCENSION
Provide supplemental nutrition program for women, infants & children (WIC)
$936,189.33 29 TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
Provide child support enforcement services
$935,062.23 WARE YOUTH CENTER
Provide juvenile emergency shelter services; provide mentoring & trackers services
to youth in the Natchitoches area
$907,489.11 12 TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
Provide child support enforcement services
$879,393.00 ST. TAMMANY PARISH HOSPITAL
Provide services to address low birth weight and poor prenatal care
$878,410.91 LINCOLN PARISH
Provide child support enforcement services; implement Truancy Assessment &
Service Center project (TASC)
$852,524.25 6 TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
Provide child support enforcement services
$843,072.30 42 ND JUDICIAL DISTRICT
Provide child support enforcement services
$837,206.22 8 TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
Provide child support enforcement services
$834,480.99 11 TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
Provide child support enforcement services
$818,161.11 40 th JUDICIAL DISTRICT
Provide child support enforcement services
$765,625.00 REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY
Provide Strategies to Empower People ( STEP) transportation services
$739,344.00 UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE
Provide population demographics of black bears
 
TOP 50 INTERGOVERNMENTAL CONTRACTORS
07/01/10 – 06/30/11
GRAND TOTAL
CONTRACTOR’S NAME
DESCRIPTION
$710,000.00 ST. TAMMANY SCHOOL BOARD
Provide after-school academic enrichment opportunities for children attending low
performing schools
$698,944.00 TANGIPAHOA PARISH COUNCIL
Provide services to address low birth weight and poor prenatal care
$675,000.00 UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
Provide La. access to the online system for recording & reporting results of the
Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills (DIBELS)
$89,942,712.19
 
SECTION XII
TOP 50 COOPERATIVE ENDEAVOR
CONTRACTORS
TOP 50 COOPERATIVE ENDEAVOR AGREEMENTS
07/01/10 – 06/30/11
GRAND TOTAL
CONTRACTOR’S NAME
DESCRIPTION
$160,000,000.00 NUCOR STEEL LOUISIANA, LLC
Construct, improve, equip, establish and operate a state-of-the-art iron and steel
facility with administrative office in St. James Parish
$59,261,926.00 CITY OF NEW ORLEANS
Financial assistance to first time homebuyers in Orleans Parish for eligible
low/moderate income families, includes soft second mortgages forgivable after 5
years and down payment and closing costs grants; Local government infrastructure
funds to repair/replace public infrastructure damaged by Hurricanes Katrina/Rita,
road and drainage improvements to Michoud industrial site; parish implemented
recovery program from damages from Hurricanes Gustav/Ike
$57,868,141.63 TERREBONNE PARISH CONSOLIDATED
GOVERNMENT
Rebuild, repair parish infrastructure and housing damaged by Hurricane Ike or
Gustav
$31,000,000.00 ROAD HOME CORPORATION
Operating expenses for Louisiana Land Trust properties; hold and then dispose of
road home properties sold to the state, replaces previous lines of credit extended by
the state; slab demolition
$26,974,815.00 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH & HOSPITALS –
OFFICE OF PUBLIC HEALTH
Implement supportive services as DHH designated local lead agency and sub-
recipient of CDBG supportive services grants for permanent supportive housing;
seafood safety testing program
$25,250,060.00 DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE &
FORESTRY
Seafood safety testing program; Program to help Louisiana fishermen, wholesalers,
brokers and dealers to recover from damages due to Hurricanes Gustav/Ike
$19,408,000.00 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH & HOSPITALS
Fund state match for 16 health care clinics, 4 parish Greater New Orleans area, the
Greater New Orleans Community Health Connection (GNOCHC); Florida parish
HSA to serve as lead agency to provide supportive housing services from the CDBG
grant for permanent supportive housing
$16,258,357.00 LOUISIANA CANCER RESEARCH CENTER
Conduct and support research and promote education in diagnosis, detection and
treatment of cancer in the pursuit of obtaining a national cancer institute designation;
create smoking prevention programs within the public hospital system, public school
system, and community development programs
 
TOP 50 COOPERATIVE ENDEAVOR AGREEMENTS
07/01/10 – 06/30/11
GRAND TOTAL
CONTRACTOR’S NAME
DESCRIPTION
$13,338,716.00 LAFOURCHE PARISH COUNCIL
Rebuild, repair parish infrastructure and housing damaged by Hurricane Ike or
Gustav
$12,310,694.00 ASSUMPTION PARISH POLICE JURY
Rebuild, repair parish infrastructure and housing damaged by Hurricane Ike or
Gustav
$12,000,000.00 LAKE CHARLES HARBOR & TERMINAL
DISTRICT
Upgraded rail spur and other infrastructure to a bulk grain elevator at the Port of
Lake Charles
$11,904,090.00 BLADE DYNAMICS, LLLP
Establish and operate a facility for the manufacture of wind turbine blades at the
Michoud assembly facility
$9,318,704.00 ST. MARY PARISH COUNCIL
Rebuild, repair, restore parish infrastructure, housing damaged by Hurricane Ike or
Gustav
$8,727,542.00 PARISH OF ASCENSION
Rebuild, repair parish infrastructure and housing damaged by Hurricane Ike or
Gustav
$8,062,824.00 GLOBALSTAR, LLC
Retain the existing jobs currently at the former Axonn facility in Covington, La. and
locate its head-quarters, research and development, call center, and back office
operations in Covington, La., creating jobs and maintaining required payroll as
agreed
$6,698,000.00 UNITED WAY FOR THE GREATER NEW
ORLEANS AREA
Administer first time homebuyer assistance program to low/moderate income
families
$6,000,000.00 LSU SYSTEM RESEARCH & TECHNOLOGY
FOUNDATION
Provide for the planning and construction of the computer facility which will be
known as the La Digital Media Center
$5,753,518.00 ST LANDRY PARISH POLICE JURY
Rebuild, repair parish infrastructure and housing damaged by Hurricane Ike or
Gustav
 
TOP 50 COOPERATIVE ENDEAVOR AGREEMENTS
07/01/10 – 06/30/11
GRAND TOTAL
CONTRACTOR’S NAME
DESCRIPTION
$5,220,019.00 LIVINGSTON PARISH COUNCIL
Increased building code enforcement personnel to reduce future building damage
from hurricanes, etc.; Rebuild, replace, repair Hurricane Ike/Gustav damaged parish
infrastructure
$5,010,436.50 ST BERNARD PARISH GOVERNMENT
Rebuild medical office building damaged by Hurricane Katrina
$4,500,000.00 AUDUBON NATURE INSTITUTE, INC.
Local government infrastructure program; repairs to Woldenberg Riverfront Park
damaged by Hurricane Katrina
$4,240,000.00 BRISTOW ACADEMY, INC.
Provide training for 80 pilots
$4,138,173.00 WEST BATON ROUGE PARISH
Rebuild, repair parish infrastructure and housing damaged by Hurricane Ike or
Gustav
$3,770,695.00 ST. TAMMANY SCHOOL BOARD
Public school infrastructure damage from hurricane impact, repair, replace, rebuild
$3,710,044.00 US GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
Assist DNR in developing, analyzing and managing GIS coastal restoration;
Establish & manage 600 monitoring sites that encompass the range of ecological
conditions for each vegetation type in each hydrologic basin to gather data to
monitor existing and future CWPPRA projects and collective effects of the entire
CWPPRA program; Development of a public land and water bottom dataset with
associated databases
$3,693,226.00 WEST BATON ROUGE POLICE JURY
Provide work release and inmate housing for inmates sentenced to Department of
Corrections
$3,352,941.00 DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION &
DEVELOPMENT
Pay lost toll collection costs due to failure of toll collection system; assign to DOTD
all of LTA's rights, etc in claims against Electronic Transaction Consultants Corp.
$3,200,000.00 ST. BERNARD PARISH HOME MORTGAGE
AUTHORITY
First time homebuyer assistance, forgivable 2 nd mortgages for eligible low and
moderate income families in St. Bernard parish
 
TOP 50 COOPERATIVE ENDEAVOR AGREEMENTS
07/01/10 – 06/30/11
GRAND TOTAL
CONTRACTOR’S NAME
DESCRIPTION
$3,150,000.00 JEFFERSON PARISH HUMAN SERVICES
AUTHORITY
Implement supportive services as DHH-designated local lead agency and sub
recipient of CDBG Louisiana supportive services
$3,146,985.00 ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST PARISH
COMMUNITY ACTION
Rebuild, repair, replace Hurricanes Ike/Gustav damaged infrastructure and housing
$3,019,748.00 RAPIDES PARISH SHERIFF’S SALARY
FUND
Work release programs and inmate housing
$2,848,214.00 US DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
Reduce/eliminate shoreline erosion over a distance of about 41,000 feet in the
vicinity of Bayous Perot & Rigolettes and Little Lake
$2,702,000.00 LCTCS FACILITIES CORPORATION
Purchase property near Fletcher Community College to be used to build a 7000
square foot educational building
$2,691,200.00 PROVIDENCE COMMUNITY HOUSING
10 year forgivable second mortgages to first time homebuyers
$2,538,547.50 ST. MARTIN PARISH POLICE JURY
Repair parish infrastructure, housing, etc. from the damage of Hurricanes Ike/Gustav
$2,534,355.24 CITY OF ALEXANDRIA
Municipal infrastructure program to rebuild/repair/replace and reduce future
damages from hurricanes and other disasters; improvements in Chatlin Lake Canal
$2,520,811.00 ST. TAMMANY PARISH GOVERNMENT
Rebuild, repair parish infrastructure and housing damaged by Hurricane Ike or
Gustav
$2,519,409.00 PLAQUEMINES PARISH GOVERNMENT
Rebuild, repair parish infrastructure and housing damaged by Hurricane Ike or
Gustav; replace, replace, rebuild fisheries infrastructure damaged by Hurricanes
Katrina/Rita, united seafood processors, Grand Bayou
$2,500,000.00 EVANGELINE PARISH POLICE JURY
Partial funding associated with the acquisition of a building to be leased to Cameron
International Corporation
 
TOP 50 COOPERATIVE ENDEAVOR AGREEMENTS
07/01/10 – 06/30/11
GRAND TOTAL
CONTRACTOR’S NAME
DESCRIPTION
$2,500,000.00 LOUISIANA HOUSING COUNCIL, INC.
Repair, rebuild, replace public housing units statewide that were damaged by
Hurricanes Gustav and Ike; pay for costs not covered by FEMA reimbursement or
insurance proceeds
$2,460,805.00 DUCKS UNLIMITED
Calcasieu-Sabine watershed restoration; restore waterfowl habitat
$2,400,000.00 CITY OF YOUNGSVILLE
Transfer segments of state highway 92 including operation, maintenance and repairs
$2,291,848.00 ST. CHARLES PARISH COUNCIL
Rebuild, repair, replace Hurricanes Ike/Gustav damages, infrastructure, housing
$2,227,800.00 LANTEC OF LOUISIANA, LLC
BTOP/ARRA grant for 1,274 classes of interactive, hands-on technical training for
the general public and library staff
$2,103,959.00 LOUISIANA HEALTH CARE QUALITY
FORUM
Coordinate & manage efforts to maximize benefits from health info tech in ARRA
$2,000,000.00 ASI FEDERAL CREDIT UNION
Innovation Loan program to assist entrepreneurs & small businesses in parishes
effected by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita
$2,000,000.00 JEFFERSON PARISH ECONOMIC
DEVELOPMENT & PORT DISTRICT
Innovation loan program to assist entrepreneurs and small businesses in parishes
damaged by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita
$2,000,000.00 CITY OF NEW IBERIA
Municipal infrastructure program to repair, replace, rebuild public infrastructure
damaged by Hurricanes Gustav and Ike drainage improvements, Armenco Canal
$2,000,000.00 HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES
Locate the Halliburton oil field services manufacturing project in Lafayette through
year 2021 and expand its Louisiana employment base
 
TOP 50 COOPERATIVE ENDEAVOR AGREEMENTS
07/01/10 – 06/30/11
GRAND TOTAL
CONTRACTOR’S NAME
DESCRIPTION
$2,000,000.00 CAMERON INTERNATIONAL CORP
Costs associated with the transportation and relocation of the company's
manufacturing and assembly plant equipment and the training of employees
$585,126,573.87
 
SECTION XIII
CONTRACTS APPROVED UNDER AGENCY
DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY
DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY
In accordance with R.S.39:1488, 1490 B (3), and 1508 and also in accordance with LAC
34:V.106, the Director of the Office of Contractual Review may delegate authority to state
agencies for the approval of professional, personal, consulting, and social services contracts for
$20,000 or less.
Agencies must maintain a file on all small purchase contracts and also must report all such
contracts to the Office of Contractual Review on a quarterly basis.
Also, R.S.39:1488 grants to the Director of the Office of Contractual Review the power to
delegate her authority to any state agency as the Director deems appropriate.
The following is a summary of all contracts approved under agency delegation of authority and
reported to the Office of Contractual Review for the FY 10-11.
CONTRACTS APPROVED UNDER AGENCY DELGATION OF AUTHORITY
As per R.S. 39:1508 (< $20,000)
Total
Department/Agencies 1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter Contracts Total Amount
Agriculture
$0.00
$90,000.00
$44,815.00
$34,937.00
25
$169,752.00
Baton Rouge Community College
$31,879.00
$149,832.27
$12,500.00
$63,912.61
46
$258,123.88
Board of Elementary & Secondary Education
$0.00
$50,295.00
$0.00
$0.00
7
$50,295.00
Board of Regents
$180,344.50
$90,989.00
$238,612.98
$160,243.53
107
$670,190.01
Bossier Parish Community College
$50,863.00
$31,537.50
$121,996.40
$30,991.50
42
$235,388.40
Civil Service & Admin Law
$63,000.00
$0.00
$36,875.00
$51,851.50
17
$151,726.50
Counseil pour le Development du Francais
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
0
$0.00
Culture, Recreation & Tourism
$61,675.00
$20,000.00
$16,125.00
$68,694.32
19
$166,494.32
Delgado Community College
$174,756.21
$163,610.00
$59,999.00
$67,125.00
54
$465,490.21
Delta Community College
$21,385.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
3
$21,385.00
Division of Administration
$163,114.00
$40,000.00
$59,999.00
$58,900.00
104
$322,013.00
Economic Development
$35,474.00
$70,228.00
$66,710.00
$174,485.12
40
$346,897.12
Education
$694,205.00
$721,484.00
$659,678.90
$574,486.00
335
$2,649,853.90
Elderly Affairs
$75,947.00
$63,528.00
$8,389.00
$97,262.00
52
$245,126.00
Environmental Quality
$117,837.00
$0.00
$28,000.00
$24,820.00
31
$170,657.00
Facility Planning & Control
$7,500.00
$5,000.00
$17,300.00
$18,097.00
8
$47,897.00
Governor’s Office of Homeland Security &
Emergency Preparedness
$41,300.00
$19,300.00
$19,950.00
$66,509.00
13
$147,059.00
Grambling State University
$239,939.91
$340,025.00
$359,788.48
$115,415.00
133
$1,055,168.39
Group Benefits
$105,000.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
71
$105,000.00
Health & Hospitals
$1,051,569.40
$170,937.91
$326,936.00
$1,286,001.00
280
$2,835,444.31
Louisiana Public Defenders Board
$2,000.00
$13,722.00
$5,175.00
$17,578.00
13
$38,475.00
DATA AS OF 11/1/10
CONTRACTS APPROVED UNDER AGENCY DELGATION OF AUTHORITY
As per R.S. 39:1508 (< $20,000)
Total
Department/Agencies 1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter Contracts Total Amount
Justice
$54,700.00
$12,500.00
$15,897.00
$64,500.00
23
$147,597.00
L.E Fletcher Technical Community College
$71,800.50
$26,492.00
$45,513.60
$35,101.68
23
$178,907.78
LA Community & Technical College System
$157,650.00
$55,821.00
$38,700.00
$71,050.00
44
$323,221.00
LA Public Broadcasting
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
0
$0.00
LA Real Estate Appraisers Board
$21,000.00
$0.00
$0.00
$3,000.00
4
$24,000.00
LA Real Estate Commission
$40,000.00
$9,800.00
$31,800.00
$0.00
7
$81,600.00
LA Regional Airport
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$8,000.00
1
$8,000.00
LA School for Math, Science & the Arts
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
0
$0.00
LA Small Business Development Center
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
0
$0.00
LA State Racing Commission
$17,000.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
1
$17,000.00
LA Tax Commission
$30,000.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
3
$30,000.00
LA Tech University
$20,526.40
$24,952.00
$19,430.00
$0.00
19
$64,908.40
Louisiana Workforce Commission
$196,220.02
$10,000.00
$56,578.12
$199,632.37
32
$462,430.51
LSU - Alexandria
$29,411.00
$77,855.00
$35,011.52
$28,191.00
25
$170,468.52
LSU - Baton Rouge
$563,235.73
$659,674.11
$671,608.85
$891,840.62
431
$2,786,359.31
LSU – Eunice
$11,300.00
$4,300.00
-$12,581.50
$65,547.00
12
$68,565.50
LSU - Shreveport
$66,256.41
$48,712.74
$68,018.76
$140,451.48
57
$323,439.39
LSUMCHSC - Health Care Services Division
$69,135.00
$49,380.00
$9,465.00
$166,314.00
29
$294,294.00
LSUMCHSC – New Orleans
$217,756.30
$619,388.07
$259,431.10
$305,764.22
166
$1,402,339.69
LSUMCHSC – Shreveport
$167,250.00
$74,475.00
$46,200.00
$179,195.00
48
$467,120.00
LUMCON
$73,060.00
$34,368.00
$72,000.00
$81,373.00
28
$260,801.00
DATA AS OF 11/1/10
CONTRACTS APPROVED UNDER AGENCY DELGATION OF AUTHORITY
As per R.S. 39:1508 (< $20,000)
Total
Department/Agencies 1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter Contracts Total Amount
McNeese State University
$82,797.68
$110,127.54
$94,659.50
$233,538.23
105
$521,122.95
Natural Resources
$58,844.00
$12,244.00
$32,600.00
$27,216.60
13
$130,904.60
Nicholls State University
$99,921.00
$54,178.50
$165,875.23
$100,209.00
91
$420,183.73
Northwestern State University
$244,131.47
$166,547.50
$203,160.00
$70,886.00
90
$684,724.97
Nunez Community College
$11,500.00
$0.00
$3,000.00
$17,888.30
11
$32,388.30
Office of Student Financial Assistance
$25,900.00
$.00
$0.00
$0.00
2
$25,900.00
Office of the Governor
$172,000.00
$10,000.00
$16,500.00
$53,508.21
21
$252,008.21
Office on Women’s Policy
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
0
$0.00
Office of Youth Development
$121,075.50
$46,648.51
$70,100.00
$65,603.48
26
$303,427.49
Patient’s Compensation Fund
$560,000.00
$427,500.00
$503,000.00
$676,200.00
114
$2,166,700.00
Public Safety
$466,412.00
$260,032.13
$62,750.00
$283,974.53
110
$1,073,168.66
Revenue & Taxation
$20,000.00
$80,000.00
$50,150.00
$0.00
10
$150,150.00
Risk Management
$2,813,700.00
$3,111,300.00
$3,461,000.00
$2,801,600.00
717
$12,187,600.00
River Parishes Community College
$41,940.00
$27,140.00
$23,600.00
$36,930.00
13
$129,610.00
Secretary of State
$0.00
$49,010.00
$39,470.00
$40,455.00
11
$128,935.00
Social Services
$410,373.00
$538,899.94
$179,907.00
$279,619.20
197
$1,408,799.14
South LA Community College
$36,600.00
$42,400.00
$13,600.00
$40,100.00
19
$132,700.00
Southeastern University
$279,508.74
$123,352.64
$80,986.83
$149,268.00
98
$633,116.21
Southern University
$283,924.91
$494,143.00
$278,757.88
$242,517.00
146
$1,299,342.79
Southwest LA Technical Community College
$8,950.00
$25,945.00
$32,341.00
$15,250.00
9
$82,486.00
State Board of CPA
$12,000.00
$5,000.00
$0.00
$0.00
3
$17,000.00
DATA AS OF 11/1/10
CONTRACTS APPROVED UNDER AGENCY DELGATION OF AUTHORITY
As per R.S. 39:1508 (< $20,000)
Total
Department/Agencies 1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter Contracts Total Amount
State Board of Private Security Examiner
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$60,000.00
4
$60,000.00
State Licensing Board of Contractors
$0.00
$60,000.00
$0.00
$15,000.00
6
$75,000.00
State Police Commission
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
0
$0.00
Transportation & Development
$0.00
$0.00
$47,040.00
$3,900.00
5
$50,940.00
University of LA at Lafayette
$44,145.00
$140,265.55
$88,232.83
$87,185.00
34
$359,828.38
University of LA at Monroe
$217,804.00
$242,147.00
$177,682.00
$159,875.00
109
$797,508.00
University of LA System