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I. AGREEMENT NUMDER
2. EFFECTIVE DATE
5S·00.()067 CAl' 9129/99
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4. ISSUING OfFICE
UNITED STATES MARSHALS SERVICE
PRJSONER SERVICES DIVISION
600 ARMY NAVY DRIVE
ARUNGTON. VA 22202-4210
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APPROPRIATION DATA
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ITEM NO. SUPPlIESlSERVICES
This agreement is for the housing,
safekeeping, and subsistence of
federal prisoners, includi ng guard!
transportation services to medical
fllCi li ty, in accordance with the
contenb sct forth herein.
Milc:&ge r eimbursement per GSA
Travel Regulation.
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REQUEST FOR DETENTION SERVICES (RDS) NO.
095-00
I. LOCAL GOVERNMENT FACILITY CODE(S) 4JK
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NAME AND Mecklenburg County Jail
ADDRESS 801 Eas t Fourth Street
Olarlone. NC 28202

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QUANTITY UNIT UNIT PRICE AMOUNT
ESTIMATED
USMS FIXED ESTTh1.A TED
PRISONER PER DrElv! ANNUAL
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127.750 PD, S61.92 . S7,9 10..280.00
(10/ 1194)
ESIDtATED
GUoRD!fRS
400 Oft< SIS.OO S6,OOO.OO
The Inter goV(flImeDtal Numb(r
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is as slatoo ilt Blac:k No. I.
13. AGENCY CERTIFYING 14. NA.Jo..1E AND TITLE OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT AUTHORIZED
TO SIGN AGREEMENT
To ,I.e bet( afmy knl) wi81ig'" alld bt litf, data

submitted u in support of/hu agrtemCI1' U" tfllt
(('II/ carreel, th, document "(IS bell! duly
oulhorilcd b)' (he governing body 0/ ,Itt Depart.
ment or Agcncy and the Departmtnf ar Agtncy

will comply with ALL PROVISIONS SET
FORTH HEREIN. NAME (Type Dr Print)
15. PRlSONER TYPE TO BE rNCLUDED 16. LEVEL OFUSE
UNSEm-ENCED SENTENCED o Minimum (0-249)
Aduh Male Adll il Male o Medium (250-999)
Adlllt Fcm3tc Adult Female Major ( 1,000+)
Juvenile o Juvenile
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ARTICLE I • PURPOSE AND SEC!!RlIY PROVIDED
The pW'pOse of this Jntcrgovemmental Service Agreement (IGA) is to establish a fonnaJ binding
relationship between the United States Marshals Service (USMS) and other federal user agencies (the
Federal Goverrunenl) and Mecklenburg County. Nonh Carolina (the Local Government) for the detention
of persons charged with or convicted of violations of federal law or held as material witnesses (federal
pri soners) at the Mecklenburg County Jail (the facility) .
The Local Government agrees \0 accept and provide for the secure custody, care and safekeeping offedern.l
prisoners in accordance with state and local law, standards, policies, procedures. or court orders applicable
to the operations of the facility . The USMS considers all federal prisoners medium/maximum security-type
pri soners that are housed within the confines of the facility, at a level appropriate for prisoners considered a
ri sk of night, 8 danger to the community, or wanted by other juri sdictions.
ARTICLE II • ASSIGNMENT AND CONTRACTING OF CATEGORICAL PROJECTED-SUPPORIED
EFFORT
I . Neither thi s agreement nor any interest therein lOa)' be assi gne.ci Or transferred to any other party
wi thout prior written approval by the USMS.
2. None of the principal activities of the project- supported effort shall be confJactcd oulto another
organization without prior approval by the USMS. Where the intent;on 10 award contracts is made knO\\'J1
at the time of applicati on. the approval may be considered granted if these activities nrc funded as proposed.
J. All contracts 01 ass ignments must be fOnTlalized in a written contract or other wril1!!n agreement
between the parti es involved.
4. The COntract or agreement must, at 8 minimum, stale the activities to be perfonned, the time schedule,
the project policies. and the flow-throU£h requirements tlull nrc a.pplicablc to the controctor or OIher
recipient, other policies and procedures 10 be followed, dollar limitation of the agreement, ill\d the cost
principles to be used in determining allowable costs. nle contract or other written agreement must not
affect the recipient 's overall reSpOnsibility for the duration of the project and accountability to the
government.
8.RTlCLE III - MEDICAL SERVICES
I. The Local Government agrees to provide federnl prisoners with the same level of medical care and
serviccs.pl ovided to local prisoners, including the transportation and security for pri sonels requiring
removal from the facility fOI emergency medical servi ces. All COStS associated with hospital or health care
services provided outside the facil iry will be paid direct ly by the Federal Goverruncnt. In the event the
Local Go\'emment has a contract \..; th t1 medical rAcil ity/physici:m or receives di scounted rates. the redcral
prisoners shaJl be charged the ralc as local pri soners.
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2. The Local Goverrunent to notify the United State!: Marshal (USM) as soon as possible of all
emergency medical cases requiring removal of a prisoner from the facility and to obtain prior authorization
for removal for aU other medica..l services required.
3. When a federal prisoner is being transferred. via the USMS airlift, helshe will be provided with three
(3) to seven (7) days of prescription medication which will be dispensed from the detention facility, When
possible, generic medicati ons should be prescribed.
4. Medical records must travel with the federal prisoner. If the records are maintained at R medical
rontractor' s facility, it is the detention facility's responsibility 10 obtain them before a federal prisoner is
moved.
5. Federal prisoners will not be charged and are not required to pay their own medical expenses. These
will be paid by the Federal Government.
6. The Local Government agrees 10 notify the USM as soon as possible when a federn.1 prisoner is
involved in an escape, attempted escape, oc conspiracy to escape from the facility.
ARTICLE IV - RECEIVING AND DISCI;!ARGE
1. The Local Government agrees to accept as federal prisoners those persons committed by fed.eral law
enforcement officers for violations of federal laws only upon present ali on by the officer of proper law
enforcement credentials.
2. The Local Government agrees to release federal prisoners only to law enforcement officers of
ogencies initially committing the prisoner (i.e., DEA, INS, etc.) or to a Deputy USM. Those pri soners who
arc remanded to custody by a USM may only be released to il USM or an a.genl specified by the USM of the
Judicial District.
). 111e Federal Government agrees to maintain federal prisoner population levels alar below the level
established by the facility administrator.
4. Federal prisoners may not be rtleased from the fucility or placed in the custody of state or local
officials for any reason except for medical emergency situll tions. Federal pri soners sought for a state or
local court proceeding must be acquired through a Writ of Habeas Corpus or the Interstate Agreement of
Detaincrs nod then only with thc concurrence of the District USM.
ARTICLE V - PERIOD OF AND BEDS PACE GUARANTEE
This agreement shall remain in effect for a period of flflcen ( 15) years after !.he prpj ccl{s) listed in
Schedule B of eAr Agn:c:ment No. 07·58·99 is comple\ed. ' n }C Local Govcmmcnt agrees to prOVide three
hundred fifty (350) bedspac.es for fed eral prisoners in USMS custody each day upon thl.": request of the USM
commencing on the date of completion and activation of all projects li sted in tlle above mentioned CA P
ng1ccmcnt. The IGA shall remain in effecl through the period of the CAP agreement, and thereafter until
terminated or suspended in writing by either party. Such notice will be provided thiny ()O) days in advance
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of the effective date of formal tennination and at least (\1/0 (2) \veeks in ndvance of a suspension or
restriction of use unless an emergency situation requires the illUTlecliate relocation of prisoners.
ARTICLE YI . PER DIEM RATE AND ECONOMIC PRICE ADJUSTMENT
I. Per diem rates shaH be established on the basis of Ilct1.181 and allowable costs associated with Lhc
operatioll of the facility during a recent annual 3ccowuing period.
2. TIlc Fedenll Government shall rclmburse the Local Government at the per diem rate identified on
page onc (1) of this agreement . Tho r31e may be renegotiated not mOre than once per year, after the
agreement has been in effect for twel ve (12) months.
3. The rate covers one (I) person per " prisoner cUy," TIle Federal Goverrunent may not be billed for two
(2) days when a prisoner is admilted one evening and rl.iTloved the following moming. The Local
Government may bill for the day of arrival, but not for the day of departure.
4. When" rate increase is desired. the Local Government shall submit a written request to the USM at
lea.<;\ sixty (60) days prior to the desired effective date of the rate adjustment. All such requests must
contain" completed Cost Sheet for Detcntion Services (USM·243) which can be obtained from the USM.
11\(: L O ~ l l Government agrees to provide additional COSl information (0 support the requested rate InCrease
and to pcmlit an audit of accounting .ccords upon request of the USMS.
5. Criteria used to evaluate the increa.se or (Ieercuse in the per diem ratc shal l be those specified in the
Offi ce of Managemenl and Budget (OMS) Circular A·87, Cost Principles for Slale, Local , and Indian
Tribal Governments.
6. The effective date oflhe rate modification will be negotiated and specified on the IGA Modification
ronn approved and signed by a USMS Contract Speciali st. The effective date will be establi shed on the
first day of the month for accounting purposes. Payments at the modified mte will be p:ud upon the return
of !lit! signed mod.ific3tion by the author12ed Local Government official to the USM.
ARTICLE VII· BII,LING AND fINANCIAL PROVISIONS
I. The Local Government shall plcpare and submit original and separate invoices each month to the
federal <l (!cncies listcd below for certificlHion and paymenl.
U.S. MARSHALS SERVICE
WESTERN DISTRICT OF NORTH CAROLINA
100 U, S. COURTHOUSE
100 OTI S STREET
ASHEVILLE. NC 28802
(828) 27 1-465 I
f EDERAL BUREAU Of PRl SONS
COMMUNITY CORRECTI ONS OFFICE
POST OFFI CE BOX 27741
110 NEW IJERN AVENUE. ROO,", 303
RALEIGH, NC 27611 ·7743
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IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION
DETENTION AND DEPORT A nON DIVISION
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2. To .::onstitutc 11 proper monthly invoice, the name and addrcss of the facility, the name of each federal
prisoner, their specific dates of confinement, the total days to be reimblmed, the appropriate per diem rute
as ilpproved in the lOA, and the total amount bill ed (totaJ days mUltiplied by the rule per day) shall be li sled.
The name, title, complete address, and phone number of the local official responsible for invoice
preparntion should also be li sted on the invoice.
3. The Prompt Payment Act, Public Lnw 97- 177 (96 stat. 85, 3 I USC 1801), is applicable to payments
under thi s agreement and requires the payment to Lbe Local Government of interest on overdue payments.
Detenninations of interest d\IC will be made in accordance with the provisions of the Prompt Payment Act
and 5 CFR, Part 13 15.
4. Payment under thi s a.greement will be due on the thinictll (30
111
) calendar day after receipt of a proper
invoice, in the office designmed to receive the invoice. If the due date falls on a non-worKing day (e.g.,
Satwday, federal holiday),lhcn the due date will be the next working day. The d:lte of the check issued in
payment shall be considered to be the d:lte payment is made.
NOTE: RA ITS NOT SPECIFIED IN THE AGREEMENT WlLL NOT BE AUTHORIZED FOR
PAYMENT.
ARTICI.E VIII· SUPERVISION AND MQNlTORJNG RESPONSIBILITY
All rccipients receiving direct awards from the USMS are responsible for the management and fisca.l control
of all funds. Responsibilities inc.\ude the accounting of receipt s and expenditures, cash management, the
maintaining of adequate fmancial records, and the refunding of expenditures disallowed by auditS.
ARTICLE IX • ACCOUNTING SYSTEMS AND FfNANCIAL RECORDS
I. The recipient shall be required to establish <lnd maintain accounting systems and financial records that
accurately account for the funds awru-dcd. These records sha.ll include both federal funw and all matching
funds of state, 10c::l. I, nnd pri vat e organi2..1tions. State and local reci pients shall expend and account for
funds in accordance with state laws ami procedures for expending and accounting fo r ils own funds , as well
as meet the fmancial management standards in 28 Codc of Feder::l.l Regul at ions (CrR), Part 66, and current
revisi ons ofOMB Circular 1\-87.
2. RecipienL<; nre responsible for complying with OMB Circular A-87 and 28 CFR, Part 66, and thc
allow::I.bility of the costs covered therein (submi ssion of Fonn USM-243). To avoid possible subsequent
disall owance or dispute b ~ c d on unreasonableness or unallowability under the speci fi c cost pri nciples,
recipients must oblai n pri or :Jpproval on Ihe treatment of special or unusIJ:l! costs.
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). Changes in lOA facilities: The USMS shall be. notified by the recipient of uny significant changc in
the: facility, including significunt variations in inmates population!!, which causes a sign.i ficant change in the
lcvel of services under this lOA. The notification shall be supponed willl sufficic01 cost data to permit the
USMS to equitably adjuslthe per diem rates included in the lOA. Depending on the size of the facility for
purposes of assessing changes in the population, a 10% increase or decrease in the prison population shalt
be a "significant increase or decrease" for purposes of this subsection.
ARTICLE X - MA{NIENANCE AND RETENTION OF RECORDS AND ACJ:ESS TO RECORDS
I . In accordance with 28 eFR, Pm 66, all financial records, supporting documcnts, statistical records,
and other records pertinent to contracts or sub-awards awarded wlde:r lhis lOA shall be retained by each
organization p3J1icipatint:: in the program for at least three (3) years for purposes of federal examination and
Cludi!.
2. The )-year retention period set folth in paragraph one (1) above, begins at the end of the first year of
completion of service under the IGA. If any litigation. claim, negotiation, audit, or other action involving
the records has been star1ed before the expiration of the 3-year period, the records must be retained until
completi on of the action and resolution of all issues which arise from it or until the end of the reguJar 3-year
period, whichever is later.
) . J\ccess 10 Records: Thc USMS and the Comptrol ler General of the United States, or any of their
authorized representatives, shall have the right of nccess to lilly pertinent books, documents, papers, or olher
records of recipients or ils sub- recipients/contractors. which are pertinent [0 the nWl\rd, in order 10 make
audits, examinations. cxcef1lt, and transcripts. The rights of access must not be limited to the required
rel!!ntion period, but shall last :l.S long as the records are retained.
4 Delinquent Debt Collection: The USMS will hold recipient accountable for any overpayment, audi t
disallowance, or any breach or this agreement that results in a debt owed to the Fedclal Government. The
USMS may apply intt:re5t, penalties. and administrative casts ta a delinquent debt owed by Ii. debtor
pursuant to the Federal Claims Collection Standards.
tJlJlCj.E XI - GOVERNMENT FURNISHED PROPERTY
I . It is the: intention of the USMS to furnish excess federal property to local Covemmcnts for the specific
purpose of improving jail conditions and services. Accountable excess property. such as furniture and
equipment , remains tWed to Ihe US:'vfS and shall be returned to the custody of the USMS upon termination
of the agreement.
2. The Local Govemment3grecs to inventory, mainmin, repair. assumc li abil ity (01. and manage all
federa ll y provided :lccount.oble property as wcll as controlled excess propeny. Stich property cannot be
rcmoVl.!d from the jnil witholll the prior written approval of USMS Hendquarters. TIle or destruction of
nny such excess property shaH be immediatel y reported to the USM and USMS HeadquartCTs. Accountable
and cont roll ed excess property includes any property with a unit acqui sition vn\ uc of $1,000 or more, all
fUlTliture. as well tl.c: equipment used for security and control, communication. photography. food servi ce.
mediC:J. I inmate recreati on, etc.
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3. The suspension of USc or restricti on of made avail able \0 the USMS are agreed to be grounds
for the recall and rerum of any or all government furnjshed property.
4. The dollar val ue of property provided each yellr will not exceed the annual dollar payment made by
the USMS for prisoner support unless a specific exemption is granted by the Chief, Prisoner Services
Division, USMS Headquarters.
5. It is understood and agreed that the Local Government shall fully defend, indemnify, and hold
hannless the United States of America, its officers, employees, agents, and servants, individually and
officially, for any and all liability caused by any acl of any member of the Local Government or anyone c:Ise
arising out of the use, operation, Or handling of any property (to include any vehicle, equipment, and
supplies) furnished to the Local Government in which legal ownerShip is retained by the United States of
America., and to pay all claims, damages,judgments, legal costs, adjuster fees, nnd attomt:y fees related
thereto. The Local Go ... ernrnent will be solely responsible for all maintenance, storage, and other expenses
related to the care and responsibility for all property furnished to the local Government .
ARTICLE XII - MODIFICAIIONSIDISPUI ES
I . Either party m3.Y initiate a requl! sl for modification to Ihi s agreement in writing. All modifications
negotiated will be wTitten and approved by a USMS Contracting Officer and submitted to the Local
Goverruncnt on fonn USM 24 1 a for approval.
2. Disputes, questions, Of concerns pertaining 10 this agreement will be resolved between the USM and
the approprialC: Local Government official. Space guarantee questions along with any other WlIesolved
issues are to be directed to the Chief. Prisoncr Services Division.
ARIWI.E XIIl - INSPECTION
The Local Government agrees to allow periodic inspections of the faCility by USMS Inspectors. Findings
of the inspection will bc shared with the facility administrator in order to promote improvemt:nts to facility
operations, conditions of confinement, and levels of services. The mandatory minimum conditions of
confinement which are to be met during the entire period of the lGA agreement are:
I. Adequate, tra.ined jail slo.ffwill be provided 24 hour a day to supervise prisoners. Prisoners will be
counted at least once on every shifl, but at least lwice in every 24-hour period. One of the counts must be
visual 10 validate prisoner occupancy. .
2. 10i l staffing will provide full coverage of all securiry posls and full survei ll ance of irunatcs.
3. Jail wi ll provide for three meal s per day for prisoners. The meals must meet' the national\ y
recommended dietary allowances published by the National Academy of Sciences.
4. Jail wi ll provide 24-hour emergency medical care for prisoners.
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5. Jai l wi ll mai ntain an automatic smoke and fire detection and alarm system, and maintain written
policic!! Md procedures regardi ng flIt and orner safety emergency sUndards.
6. Jail wi ll maintain D. water supply and waste disposal program that is certi fied to be in compliance wi th
appl icable laws and regul ati ons.
bRTI CLE XlV - CONfLICT OF INTEREST
Personnel and other officials eonnected with the agreement sm.1I adhere 10 the requirements given below:
I . Advice. No offi cial or cmployee of the recipienl, a sub-recipient, or a contractor shall participate
personally through decisions, approval , disapproval, the rendering of advice, investigation.
or otherwise in any procc.cding, application. request for a ruling or other detenninlltion. contract, grant,
cooperative agreement, claim, controversy, or other particular matter in which Department of Justice funds
ate used, where to hi slher knowledge, hclshe or hi slher immediate famil y, partner, organization other than a
public agency in which he/she is serving as an officer, director, uustee, partner, or employee, Or any person
or organiwllon wi th whom he/sbe is negotiating or has any arrongement concerning prospective:
employment, has a financial interest, or less than an arms-length transacti on.
2. Appearance. In the use of Department of Jw ti ce project funds, officials Or employees of the recipient,
a SUb-recipient Or a contnletor, shal l avoid any ac ti on which mi ght res ult in, or create the appearance of:
3. Using his or her offici al position for pri vate gain;
b. Giving preferenti al treatment to ilny person;
c. Losi ng complete independence or imparti ali ty;
d. Making l\n official decision outside officiol channels;
or
c. Affecting adversel y the confidence ofUle publ ic in the integrity oflhe government or the
program.
ARTICLE XV - CjUbRDrrRANSPORTbTION SERVICES TO MEDICAL fACII.ITY
1. The Loca.l Government agrees, upon request of the Federal Government in whose custody a pri soner is
held, 10 provide:
B. Transpor1at ion and escort guard services for feder:u pri soners housed al their facili ty to and from
a medic.al faci lity for outpallent care, and
h. Transportation and stationary glL'1rd serVices for feder;tl pri soners admi tted to a medical facil ity.
2. Suc h will be performed by qual ifi ed law enforcemenl Or correc1ional offi cer personnel
employcd by the Local Government under their policies, procedures, and pr3ctices. nle Local Government
ac:rccs to augment such pracli ces as may be requested by the USM to enhance specific requi rement for
security. pri soner monilori ng. vi s itati on. and contraband conlrol.
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3. The Local Government will continue to be liable for the actions of its employees while they arc
transporting federal prisoners on behalf of the USMS. Further, the Local Government will also continue to
provide workers' compensation to its while lhey are providing this service. It Is further agreed
that the local jail employees will rontinue to act on behalf of the Local Government in providing
transportation to federal prisoner! on b¢half of the USMS.
4. FWlh<rmon:. the Local Govemrnenl agrees 10 hold hannless .00 iruIcmnlfy !he USMS !II1d ils ofllciab
in (heir officiaJ and individual capacities from any liability. including third-party li ability or workers'
compensation, nOsing fr om the conduct ofthc local jail employees during the course of transporting fedaal
prisoners on behalfoflhe USMS.
5. The Federal Government agrees to reimburse the Local Govemmcnt at the rate stipulated. On page one
( I ) oflhi s 'i!'eemcnl.
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