BETWBENTIm

UNn'ED STATES DBPAR.TMENT OF I-lOMELAND SEctIRIrY
U.S. I:MlYllGRATION AND CUSTOMS ENFORCEMENT
WASEThTGTON. DC
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This Agreement, including Attachments 1 - 6, is entered into between United States Imm:igr:ation and
Customs Enforcement, hereinafter referred to as "ICE", and Pinal County, Atizona, hereinafter refcrted to as
the "PROVIDER" for the detention and care of aliens (hereinafter referred to as "DE.TAINEES".
The PROVIDER filhall provide detention sentices for detaJnees at the fonowing location:
Pinal. County Ad.ult Detention Center (Expansion Facility)
971 N. Jason Lopez Circle
Flo'l'ence, Arizona 85232
PlmFOBMANCEI'
The PROVIDER is required, in uDits housing ICE detainees, to perl'orm in a.ccordance with the most
current editions oflCE National Detention Roouire!nents. ICE. Inspel.."to1'9 will conduct periodic inspections
of the &.dJity to assu.re compliance c'E the aforementioned standards. .
TI,ig Agreement shall become effective upon the date of final signature by ICE and the PROVIDER and
remain. in effect fen: a duration of twenty (20) yeats. U ~ I I t.ertninated earlier in writing, bv either 17atty.
Bither party may tenninate this agreement: for any reason and without cause by sending written nodce of
tetmination onc-hund-red (IOO) days in advanee of the effectwc date oftennination. Written notice sh.all be
sent 'tEt,oistere.d Of certified m a i ~ ret1.lm receipt requested to:
For ICE
Attn: 'Connacting Officer
U.S. Deplmnent of Homelaad Security
Immigration and Customs Enfufcement
425 I. StreetN.W., Room 2208
Washington, D.C. 205.36
For Pinal Countt
Mr. Manny Goncil.e:
Assistant CoUDty' Manager
Pinal County Administrative Services
P.O. Bcx.827
F1crence, AZ 85232
In the event the pcrson(s) or mailing addresses ot the parties to receive written nodce of termination needs to
be modified Of changed, written notice ot fil'Uch modification or change shall be sent registered Ol" ce:ctified
mail. return receipt requested to the other party.
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tlqtl1!ICATION AND ruBuc PISCLOS!J'l3!tS*
No public disclosu'l:'es t'eg'at'ding this lOSA shall be made by the PROVIDER (or any of their contTactors Of
subcontracto{S) without the reriew and. approval of such disclosl1f'e by ICE l?u.blic Af:fa.itS and express
permission granted bV the ICE Contracting Officer. The Government consi.den such information privileged
or conficlootlal until award of a formal ot-def under this rOSA .
Oroers W111 be placed under this rGSA when spedfic requirements have been identified and funding
obtained. Performance this IGSA is not authorized until the Cqntract:i.ng Officer issues an order, in.
writing.
PAYMENIRAm
tn considet'ation for the PROVIDER'S petf'onnance undtt the T eT1I:IS and Conditions of this Agreement,
ICE shall make payment to the PROVIDER for each detainee accepted and housed by the PROVIDER..
The PROVIDER shall not cha:rge fot' COIltS, which arc not dired'J.v rd.a.ted to the housing and detention of
detainees. Such costs include, but are not lhnited to:
A) Salaries of elected officials. .
B) Sa.laries of employees not directly engaged in the housing and detention of detainees.
C) Indirect costs in which a percenttge of all local government costs are pfO-f:ated and applied
to individual depattments.
D) Detainee sem.ces which :I.'re not provided to, 01" cannot be used by detainees.
E) Operating costs of fR.c:ilities not udlized by detainees.
FIRM.EOO:D - PER·DIEM RATES AND PRICE ADillSIMENIS
1. Per Diem rate established. by this shall be considered finn-fixed1>rice with economic price
adjustment. The per diem rate of $59.64 will be tn eff-ect for the fl ..r.st two years of the ·agreement.
The rates cover one (1) person pe'l' "prisoner day." The Federal Government rna'1 not be billed for
two (2) days when a prison& is admitted one evening and -removed the following morning. Pinal
County may bill fOt'the day of but not for the day of departure. The per diem rate i.s subject
to price adjustment at the end. of eac:h performance period or two years.
2. Performance Periods, For the put'pose of price adjustments, the petfonnance of this is
twenty·four (24) months ;,n dUnI.tion. The 6.nt period shall extend from the effective date of the
Agreement forward for twentv-fouf (24). months. All succeeding periods shall begin on the
:mni'\l'etSa:ry date of the preceding period.
3. Basis fot Price Adjusonent· A with economic price adjusttnent 'provides fat upward and
downward revision of the stated Pet Diem based upon cost indexes OflabOT and operating expenses,
or based upon Pinal County's actual cost experience in providing the semce.
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MODIFlCAtlQNs
This Agreement, or any of its specific: pTovisions, may be revised or modified by signatoIV' conCUtfence of the
u.ndersigned parties, O'r theit: respective official
TRANSro,RIA'llON SERVICES,: .
1. 'The PROViDER shalt provide ground tran&portation services to and frotn.lCE's Service
Processing Center twic:e daily on (lonna! business days. The PROVIDER shalt transport
detainees securely and in a t.imel.V mantle!' as directed bv the COTR or designated ICE
official. When assigned transportation officers arc not providing transportation lIeMCes the
PROVIDER shall assign the to supplement Sea.l1'i.ty duties within the facility at
no additional ex;pense to the Government.
2. The PROVIDER shall furnish one bw, in good repair and suitable, approved by the
government, to safely provide the tequired transpomtion service. The PRO\nOER. shill
not allow employees to Ul'e their privately owned vehicles to transport detainees. The
PROVIDER shall filtnish vehicles equipped with interior security features lncluding
physical sepatation of detainees &om guards. The PROVIDER shall provide the interior
security specification of the vehicles to ICE for tE!Y'iew and approval prior to i.tlstallation.
3. The PROVIDER personnel provided fOT the above services shall be of the san'le
receive rhe same tralning, eomplete the same security c1eaxances. and wear the samE: unif-onns as
those PROVIDER penonnel are provided for io. the other areas of this agreement.
4. During all transportation activities, at least one officer shall be the same sex as the. detainee.
Questions concerning guard <lssignmenl:S shall be directed. to the COTR for final deteuninaU.on.
5. The PROVIDER shan. upon order of the com, or upon his own dedsion tn an lugent
tnedical situation, transport a detainee to a hospttallocatlon.
6. When the con provides dOC1.l.l:nents to tb,e PROVIDER the detalnee(s) to he
transported
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the PROVIDER shall d.eliver these documents only to the named. authorized
recipients. The PROVIDER shall en.sur.e the material is kept confidential and not viewed' by
any person other than the authorized recipient.
7. The PROVIDER shall establish. a communications system that has direct and imm.ediate
contact with all ttanspOTtation vehicles and. post assigtJ.XJ)ents. Upon demand, the COTR
shall be provided with current status of all vehicles and. post assignment employees.
The U. S. Public: Health Services will he responsible for providing all health care setVi.ces proviCl.ed
under contract for detained aliens in the CU3tody of ICE. The US PHS shall provide medical coverage at the
facility nO less than twent1..four (24) hours pet' day. seven (7) dava pet' week.
The contractor shall provide serurlty-with a minitnum of a staff of one at all times. When patients are housed in
the infirmary, a security shall be posted t.o the unit 24 houTs 3, daYt seven days a week. The contractor. shall
coordina.te a1'ld escort detain.eEls to the tnedical clinic for sick call, appointments and p,illline. Note: Optimum
fun.ctioning of health services depends on a continuous flo", of patients to and from the clink with an average of
one patient per provider every 10 minutes. Throughput fot II clinic of this size could be as high as 200+ patients
per day. Bscott 1?ersonnel will have to be assigned accordingly. .
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'The conttactOT shall provide the detainees written instr.uctions for gaining access to health cart services.
Procedures shall be explained to all detainees in the detainees' natiVe and orally to detainees' who
aTe unable to tead. 1he detainee shall sil;nila1:1v be provided instflJ.ctions and assistance in personal hygiene.
dental hygiene. grooming and health care. It shall be made routinelv available.
The USPHS shall ptovide fur medical screen:i:og upon atr.Wal at the facility performed by health care personnel or:
health mrlned petSonncl.
When communica.ble Ot debilltatl.ng physical problems ate su.spected, the detainee shall be separated frotn the
detainee population, and immediately notify USPI-IS m-aff. Behavioral problems (detainee who is not diagnosed
as psychotic) and suicide Qbserva.ti.on will be the 'rcsponsibility of the contractor ..
Written policy and defined. procedure shall require d,at detainee's written health cotnplaints are soUci:ted and
delivered to the medi.cal fadlity for llpproprlate follow-up.
Written pollcy and defined procedure shall require dlat health. care compliUnt.s Ilre responded to and that sick
call. conducted by USPHS is ava.ib.hle t.o detainees daily. If a detaioee's custody statu!! precludes
atti:mdance at sick call, arrangements are made to provide sick call services in the place of the detaince'sdetention.
A minimum of one sick call shall be conducted daily. USPHS reserves the tight to conduct triage and skk. call in
.the place of the detention.
The USPHS shall provide to the c:onttactor and maintain. basic fit'St aid kits. First aid kits shall be available at
all titne!! and shall be. located throughout.the facility, as necessarvt to allow quick access.
RECl1Q.7t AND DISCHA'RGB OP FED1mAL DETAINEESt
'The PROVIDER. agrees 1:0 receive and dischatge Federal detainees only from :md to properly identified law
en{'01:cem.ent officers and with prior authoruation. Adtnission and dhlcharge of Fec1etal detainees $h(lll be
fully consistent with PROVIDER. poUcies an.d procedures.
ICE deta..inees shall not be released from the facility into the custody of other Federal, state, O't'local offi,cial$
{'Or any reason, exeet:'t fo1' or ettJ.ergency situations. without expTesti authod.%ation of ICE.
The PROVIDER. agteell to allow periodic inspections of the facility by ICE inspecto'CS. Findings wHl be
shared with facility a.dministTato'fs in oT.d.er to promote improvements to facility operations and conditions of
detaintnent.
BlLLINGI· PROCEDURE:
(A) lnygi.ceJj. Invoices shall itemize each detainee by name, 'register number, dates of star, and
appropriate derunelMlav mte. Billing shall be based upon actual number of detainee days
used ..
(B) Inygi<;es Submi3sion.
U.S. JlIlllligntioD and Customs Enforcement
SPC Florenaf Attn; COTR. Pinal County lOSA
3250 North Pi.na!
Florence, AZ 85232
(C) Payment; _ Payment! win be made to the PROVIDER a1ter receipt of a c.omplete invoice. which
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shall c,:ontain a remittance addrESs. AU transfeY{s) will be acoomJ?lished through Electronic Funds
Transfer (EFI) on a monthly basis. The Prompt Pa;yment Act shan apply.
QOWiACI'ING 0PFlCERS' TECHNICAL REPRESENTATIVE (Com.}. RaDlon Maes or successor is hereby
. designated as COTR fot' dds Atreement. This desigmuion does not include authority to sign contractual
dOOltnents or to othefWise commit to, or issue d1.anges which could affect d'le price, quantity, 01' pertOnnance of
this Agreement.
CONl!LIcr OFIN'IERBSTs
TIlis agreement is subject to cancellation for conflict of interest pursuant to AR.S. §38-511, the pettinent
provisions of whkh are incorpOTatoo he'l'ein by this reference.
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IN WlTNESs WImRltOP. the undttsigned, duly authorized officen, ha.ve subscribed thclf names O? behalf of
Pinal County, Arizona and U.S. Immigration and Customs
U.S. Immigration and Customs EnfoTcement

Conl:mctmg Officer
U.S. Imm.,U"GtI. 2i Enforcement
________
PINAL COUN1Y

Pinal County Board of Supervisors
Atte8t:
ApPTovedas to form and found to be
withit\ the powetS and authority of
the Pi aunty Boa.rd. ofSupervisoTli
the 1 ' f the State of Arizona.
Deputy Pinal County Attorney-
Daurl '2-2-l 0"
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ATTACHMENTS
Attachment 1 ............ Perfonnance Requirement Summary Table
Attachmmt 2 .... " ...... Pinal County Sheriff's Office Detention Officer Employment Background
. Process
Atta:cliroent 3 ........ 0 , , • Pinal County Administration
Attachment 4 ... , .. , ..... Pinal County Staffing Plan
Attachment 5 ............ Pinal County Proposed Route
Attachment 6 ......... ,. "Pinal County Implementation Plan
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This Pod'onnance ;RequiremCllfs (PRS) serves to communicate what the Government intends to
qualitatively inspect. The PRS and Reviewers Guide are based on ACA standards, professional guidelines
referenced by th.e agreement, applicable Government policy and any other appropriate measure within the
agreement of services. The PRS and Reviewers Guide identify:
Each contract requirement, the functional and quality level essential for .successful perfonnan(lo
of each requirement;
Summarize the functional areas; and
Specify the maximum percentage of total reduction in agreement price attributable to each requirement.
Administration and Management - addresses policy development and monitoring; in1emal quality
control; maintenance of det;linee records, funds, and property; admission and orientation procedures;
detainee release; and ac.cororoodations for the disabled
Reduction: 20%
functional Areas
ATTACHMENT 1
Policy Development and Monitoring
InternallDspettions and/or Reviews
Detainee Records
Admission and Orientation
Personal Property and Monies
Detainee Release
Accornmodations for the Disabled
Policy On Staffing
Quality Control
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Security and Cootrol- addresses the issuance of policies and pror.edures to staff; appropriate use of
.force; maintenance of daJ1y incident logs; emergellCY readiness; and detainee accountabiIi.ty aod
discipline

Funmonal Areas
Post Orders
Permanent Logs
Security Features
Security Inspections and/or rmews

Detainee Searches
Detainee Accountability and Supervision
Use of Forroe
Non-routine Use of Restraints
Tool & Equipmen.t Control
Weapons Cuntrol
Detainee Diseipline
Supervision for Special Housing
ContingencylEmergency Plan
Food Service: - addresses basic sanitation procedures and the adequacy of meals provfded to detainees
Reduenon: 15%
Functional Areas SallitatioD Requirements
Ensure Meals are Varied
Special Diets
Staff and Detainee Communiea.tion - addresses opportunides for detainees to communicate witb staff;
detainee grievance procedures; and the provision of diversity training for staff
Reduction: .§'%
Functional Areas Communication
Diversity Training
Detainee Grievances
Safety and SanitatioR - addresses the adequacy of fire safety programs; tbe coiltrol of dange.-ous
materials andlor hazard!!; air quality, noise levels, and slll'litation of the facility; and the cleanliness of
clothing and bedding
Reduction: 10%
FunctionaJ Areas Fire Safety
Non .. Hazardous Furnishings
Control of DangeroDS Materials
EnvirODmaltal Control
Oothing and Bedding

Physical Facility and Equipment
Services and Ptograms - addresses detainee classificatioD; religious praetiees; work assignments;
ava;labUity of exercise opportunities; access to legal materials and legal representation; access to a
telephone; visitation Urivile2eS; and the handling of detainee mail and corrapondeDce
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Reduction:
Functional Areas
Oassification, Review, and Housing
Religious Pradices
Volunteer Work Assignments
Work Assignments dd Security
Exercise and Outftof-eeD OpportllDities
Legal Materials
Legal Representation
Telephone AcCess
Visitation PrivJ1eges
Detainee Mat1 and Correspondence
Workforce Iategrity - addresses the adequacy of the facility's hiring process and baekgroond cheek
procedures, aftd the adequacy of procedures to respond to allegations of staff misconduct
Reduction: ;lo/n
Functional Are"
St8ft'Background and Reference Checks
StaffTrab:dng, Licensing, and Credeutlaling
Staff Miseondud
Detainee Disoimioation - addresses the adequacy of polities Rud procedures designed to prevent
discrimination against detainees based on gender, race, religion, national origin, or disability
Redu.ction:
Functional Areas IDiscrimination Prevention
FEDERAL GOVERNMENT QUALrrY ASSURANCE.
The Government's Quality Assurante Program (QASP) is ba.sed on the premise that the pro-.ider, and
not tbe Government, is responsible for l'n8ftagement and quality control actions to meet the terms of the
agreement. The QASP procedures that the provider is dot a perfett manager and that
unforeseen and unl:ontroUable problems do occ.ur. Good management and use of att adequate QCP will
allow the faclIity to opeOlte within acceptable quality levels.
Eacb phase of the services rendered under this agreement are subject to inspection both during the
pr01liders operations and after completion of the tasks.
Whe:o the provider is advised of any unsatisfactory condition(s), the contrac:tor shaH Mmit a' written
report to the Ccmtracting Oftlcer (CO) addressing eorrective/preventive actions taken. The QASP is not
a substitute for quality control by the provider.
The com m,ay check the contractor's perfonnance and domment amy noncompliance, however, only
the Contracting Officer may btke fonnal action against for unsatisfactory performance..
The Government may reduce the invoice or otherwise withhold pAyment for any individual item of
donconformance observed. The Government may apply various inspection and extrapolation
techniques (i.e., 100 D/,., surveillance, r8lldom sampling, planued sampling, UllScb.eduled insped:ions,
etc.) to detennine the quality of services and the total payment due.
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FAILURE ,.-0 PERFORM REQUIRED SERVICES. The rights of the Government and remedies
described in this section R7.'e in addition to aD other rights aDd remedies set forth in this RgJ"eement.
Any t"eductions in the invoice shall rdlect the agreement's reduced value resulting from the fanu.re to
perform required services.
ATTACHMENTl
PA.GE 11 OF 17
Pinal Oounty Sheriffs Offtca
Detention OffIcer EmPloyment PI'OCEI8S
1. Ini1ial hd.«view with lJaclqpUad ittWltiprot. Review
and IU1'IIIlp for eny raqulRd doCUlDeQtation.
2. Co11du.ct Crim.inal History Chocks.
•. ccwm (ACICINctC Chcw;;lc$)
b. \021 (lldvers Lic:aue Oteck)
o. 1019 (W1UfBtl18 Cbeok)
d. KQ (Ddwrs JUstoly)
II. Public aecords CheCk via Web
1) Civil R.ecodll.
2) S. 0fI:\0der Rogi.r
J. COJlduct Cumntt b2ployer Vcrifroation.
4. CcmcIuct any Law Enforcement Employer Verificad.on infomlaticm.
S. Coadud TNlh Verification. eitbtr PotYp1IPb or Cortifted Voic:e Stress
Analys,is.
6. SchedUle and cb1ain reiultl of drug tett,
7. lteYiew by COllllllaad Staft'. If appnw'" eoadtu..loftK or emp • ..,...,t
giVed to appJkat,.a4i1ll sGeCe..r.' eompimtOD ... fPlIbt.dqp-eund
,"eMf.
8. Stan: Date Set for appUCIQIt,
C). Applicant begin! work.
10, CantiDWltion of ..... ouad process.
A. Schedule ofModica1 examination..
b. ScbaduIe ofPsycholugical examinRioo-
c. Mld1 out police GOntact quqtiomudre.
d. Nail eM pat .emplgyers queetiOCUUlire. (May illCIuclD pboll8 canbd)
e. Mail Dut penonaI. re6!!teacet qoestionuire. (May illClude pkoa c:ontaCI)
( Mail out &mUy reference quatiOMItre. (May hldu4e pbane oOJltact)
11. Compilelrevie-. all relevant information received concerning applh:ant.
12. ib11 report for .mtew by Command sutrlUld final
acceptance of 8PPticant.
ATTACHMENT 1
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Plnal County MrtIiniatmioft
Terry L.. •• Pinal County Manager
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31 North Anal Sbet. fJdg A
FlOrenCe. A2 85232
520-88e-6212
520-fJ8e..8S1i fax nunber
us
Manny GeM.tez, Pinal County Assistant County Manager fot Admi.,tatrMlve SeMc:es
Lead Pro ..... _.e,
P. O • .Box827
31 North Pinal Skaat. Bldg A. Second 'Ftoor
Ftoranoe. AZ 85232
520-8 ... 221
5»aaa.eoce fax number
manoy us
Jim Throop, Pinal Budget Director
Contact for Budget ................
P. O. Bt*B27
31 Nom PInal heet. Bfdg A. Floor


520..atl8-6OO8 fax number '
i!rnes.. throoPOco.pinal. .raz.!JSi
Pine. County 81tarltr. Departm.", ActrnJm.ttatJon
Chris Va8qU8Z, Pinat Coooty Shertft'
P. O. 90)(881
971 N. Jason Lopez CiretS. Bldg C
Florance. AZ
520·85&05133
62o..a.S195 faX number
SJlrls.llaSgt,l&z@co.Oina\.sz.us
Pinal Count, Sh.,..,.. O ... rtment Adult Patontion Admlnlattatian
Terry Altman. Chief Deputy. Pinal County Adult Detention fadlity
P. O. BoxB87
971 N. Jason CI,. Bldg B
Florence, /lIZ. &5232
S2Q..888..5Q17
520-88&-5090 _ number
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1. pCJ _ FLO _ PCJ .. PafOrmed twice dail, on normal bttlinee& daYS at
08D0 WId 2000 hotl'S by one bUB.
FLO. Florence Procosling canter
3250 N. Pinal Par1wIaY
Florence, AZ 85232
PCJ == Pinal County JaU
951 N. Pinal Parkway
Florenos, AZ 85232-8799
ATTACHMENT 5
PAGE 160F 17
Implementation Plan
The Implementation plan reflects Pinal CountYs projected ability to accept ICE detainees
October 1, 2006.
Dllte Number of beds available Gender Total maximum ICE
to, new Detainees Detainees
October 1 2006
Forty-Five, (45)
Female 45
Januarv 1, 2007
Sixty (60) Male 105
, February 1. 2007
Sixty (SQ)
Male 165
March 1, 2007
Sixty (50) Male 225
AJ)ri11,2007 SixtY (60) Male 285
May 1. 2007
Sixty (60)
Male 345
June 1. 2007 SixtY (60) Male 406
JulY 1. 2007 Sixty CeO)
Male 465
August 1, 2007 SixtY (60) Male 525
September 1 2007 SixtY (60)
Male 585
October 1, 2007 Fortv (40)
Male 625
The implementation schedule for October 1. 2006 thru October 1, 2007 Wl11 be fOllowed unless
revised by written mutual agreement between ICE and Pinal County, and may be accelerated should
sufficient resources and staffing, as depicted in Attaohment 4 be achieved. AdditionallY1 the
indicated capacity may be exceeded, so long as the total population (ICE Detainees + Pinal COunty
Inmates) do not exceed the facilities operational capacity of 1335. '
The acceptance of male and female detainees will be consistent with the ability of Pinal County to
provide adequate, safe and secure housing which allows for the necessary sight and sound
separation between male and female detainees,
This indicated available bed space is effective thru September 3D, 2009. Effective October 1, .2009
through September 3D, 2011, there will be available not less than 500 beds for ICE detainees.
Should it become necessary to reduce available beds, in order to maintain a safe and secure
correctional environment, due to exceeding operational capacity, Pinal COunty on or before April 1.
2011 and eaCh year thereafter will provide written notification of the available capacity for the
subsequent Federal Fiscal Year.' '
Attachment 6
PAGE 17oFt7
FIRST AMENDMENT TO:
INTER-GOVERNMEfIro' T AL S£RVI CF. AGREEMENT
BETWEEN THE
UNrnW STATES DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY
U.S. lMMIGRATION AND CUSTOMS ENFORCEMENT
WASHINGTON, DC
AND
This Agrt:ement shall amend the Inter-Governmental Service Agreement refe(enced above and dated Augus1 22,
2006 whereby the Implementation Plan set as Attacrunenl6 all Page 17 Of 1'7 is deleted and a new Amended
Implementation Plan is substituted in this place and stead as set forth in Exhibit "A" attaChed hereto.
IN W1TfIro' ESS WHEREOF. (he undcmigned, duly <luthori:red officers, have subscribed their names on behalf of
Pinal County, Ari w na and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
U. S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement
Contracting Offie r
U.S.lmmlb'Tation Customs Enforcement
D"--'C,=----_
,I
G
............ _.
Chai nnan
Pinal COW1ty Board of Supervisors
Daled
Approved as to form and fOWld to be
within the powers and authority of
t he Pinal Counry Board of Supervisors
under the laws of the State of Arizona.
D uty Pinal
Dated' _ _ __ _
PACe I on
Exhibit "A"
Amcnded Implementation Plan
The follOwing implementatiOn plan reflects Pinal County', projected ability to accept ICE January 2, 2007.
Number of beds
available for Total maximum oumber of
Date Detainees Gender ICE Detainees
January 2. 2007 45 Female 45
February I. 2007 60 Male 105
March 1. 2007 60 Male 165
April I 2007 6G MaJe 225
May 1. 2007 60 MaJe 285
June 1. 2007 60 MaJe 345
July 1. 2007 60 MaJe 405
August 1. 2007 60 Male 465
September I . 2007 60 Male 525
October I. 2007 60 MaJe 585
November 1. 2007 40 Male 625
The implementation schedule for January 2, 2007 thru November 1, 2007 wUl be followed unless revised by written
agreement between ICE and Pinal County and may be acoolerated should sufficient resources and staffing, as depicted in
Attachment 4 be achieved. Additionaly, the indicated capacity may be exceedlOld, so long as the total population (ICE
Detainees + Pinal County Inmates) do not exceed the facilities operational capacity of 1335.
The acceptance of male and female detainees will be consistent with the of Pinal County-to proWieadequat&. safe
secure housing, which anO'lW for the necessary sight and sound aeparation betw88f1 male and female dtitainees.
This indicatad avajable bed space is effective Ihru September 30, 2009. Effective October 1, 2009 through September 30,
2011 , there wiU be avaiJable not Ie&& than 500 beds for leE detainees. Stlouk:l it become
in order to maintain a safe and secure correctional envi'onment, due to exceeding operational capacity, Pinal County on or
before AprM 1, 2Q11 and each year thereafter wiK provide written notification of the available capacity for the 5ubsequ8llt
Federal Fiscal Year.
Attachmanl6
PAGE 17 OF 17
PAGE20f2
1. DATE OF ORDER
04/01/2007
2. CONTRACT NO. (ffany)
DROIGSA070004
ES
PAGES
2
a. NAME OF CONSIGNEE
3. ORDER NO;
HSCEOP07FIG00031
4. REQUISITION/REFERENCE NO.
FPH070020
Immigration and Customs Enforcement
5. ISSUING OFFICE (Address correspondence to)
ICE/Detent Mngt/Detent Contracts-DC
Immigration and Customs Enforcement
Office of Acquisition Management
425 I Street NW, Suite 2208
Washington DC 20536

a. NAME OF CONTRACTOR
COUNTY OF PINAL
b. STREET ADDRESS
425 I Street NW
Rm 2208
c. CITY
Washington
f. SHIP VIA
b. COMPANY NAME
[Ja PURCHASE
REFERENCE YOUR
RURAL BRANCH POBOX 3125
1400 NORTH 11 MILE CORNER ROAD
Please fum ish the following on the terms
and conditions specified on both sides of
-d-. this order and on the attached sheet, if
CASA GRANDE
e. ZIP CODE
20536
IX] b. DELIVERY
Except for billing instructions on the
reverse, this delivery order is
subject to instructions contained on
this side only of this form and is
issued subject to the terms and
conditions.of the above-numbered
contract.
9. ACCOUNTING AND APPROPRIATION DATA
See Schedule tion and Customs Enforcement
11. BUSINESS CLASSIFICATION (Check appropriate box(es))
o a. SMALL 0 b. OTHER THAN SMALL
D d. WOMEN-OWNED D e. HUBZone
DC. DISADVANTAGED
D f. EMERGING SMALL
I
D g. SERVICE-
DISABLED
VETERAN-
12. F.O.B. POINT
Destination
13. PLACE OF 14. GOVERNMENT B/L NO. 15. DELIVER TO F.O.B. POINT
ON OR BEFORE (Date)
16. DISCOUNT TERMS
a. INSPECTION
Destination
b. ACCEPTANCE
Destination
30 Days After Award
17. SCHEDULE (See reverse for Rejections)
ITEM NO.
(a)
SUPPLIES OR SERVICES
(b)
Tax ID Number: 86-6000557
DUNS Number: 100001387
. -, ,. ..
b2Low
of Performance: 04/01 / 2007 to
Continued
QUANTITY
ORDERED UNIT
(c) (d)
18. SHIPPING POINT 19. GROSS SHIPPING WEIGHT
a. NAME
SEEB/LUNG
/NSTRUCTIONS b. STREET ADDRESS
ON REVERSE (or P.O. Box)
c. CITY
PHOENIX
22. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
BY (Signature)
AUTHORIZED FOR LOCAl REPRODUCTION
PREVIOUS EDITION NOT USABLE
21. MAIL INVOICE TO:
DHS / ICE/DRO
IMMIGRATION AND CUSTOMS ENFORCEMENT
2035 N. CENTRAL AVENUE
UNIT
PRICE
(e)
20. INVOICE NO.
e . ZIP CODE
2 . NAME (Typed)
AMOUNT
(f)
$4,094,584.20

Susan D. Erickson
TITLE: CONTRACTING/ORDERING OFFICER
QUANTITY
ACCEPTED
(g)
17(h)
TOTAL
(Cont . .
pages)

17(i)
GRAND
TOTAL

OPTIONAL FORM 347 (Rov. 3120(5)
-Prescribed by GSA/FAR 48 CFR 53.213(e)
ORDER FOR SUPPLIES OR SERVICES
SCHEDULE - CONTINUATION
IMPORTANT: Mark all packages and papers with contract and/or order numbers .
. DATE OF ORDER I CONTRACT NO.
04/01/2007 IDROIGSA070004
ITEM NO. SUPPLIES/SERVICES
(A) (8)
09/30/2007
QUANTITY UNIT
ORDERED
(C) (D)
UNIT
PRICE
(E)
I
ORDER NO.
HSCEOP07FIG00031
AMOUNT
(F)
QUANTITY
ACCEPTED
(G)
0001 Provide detention service for housing of
alien detainee at Pinal County, Florence,
Arizona.
1 LO 4,094,584.20 4,094,584.20
68059 Mandays X $59.64 Daily Rate =
$4,094,584.20 (Not to Exceed)
The total amount of award: $4,094,584.20.
The obligation for this award is shown in
box 17 (i) .
TOTAL CARRIED FORWARD TO 1 ST PAGE (ITEM 17(H))
NSN 7540-01-152-8082 503·46·101 OPTIONAL FORM 348 IRoy. 6/95) .
Prescribed by GSA
FAR (46 CFR) 53.213(c)
] .
t SIJPPI IFS OR
I
PAGE or PAGES
, Ma,kal
I wl'h con'",c'. 1
1 4
1. DATE OF ORDER >-
, ,.jS'O't
6. SH'P W,
09/24/2007
a. NAME OF CONSIGNEE
3. ORDER NO.
NO.
HSCEDM-08-F-IG005 FPH080004
ICE De't:ention & Removal
5. ISSUING OFFICE (Address correspondance to) b. STREET ADDRESS
ICE / Detent Mngt/De t ent Contracts-DC I mmi gration and Customs Enforceme nt
Immigrat ion and Customs Enforcement
601 I Street , NW
Offi c e of Acqui sition Management
Suite 900
425 I Street Nt')', Sui t e 2208
Washington DC 20536
c.CITY
I ,. STATE Z'P COOE
Washington
DC 0536
7. TO, f. SHIP VIA
eJ . NAME OF CONTRACTOR
COUNTY OF PINAL
8. TYPE OF ORO"
b. NAME
OS. PURCHASE IX] b. DElNERY
c. STREET ADDRESS
REFERENCE YOUR:
RURAL BRANCH POBOX 3125
Except fot billing instructions on !he
reverse. ll1is delivery order is
1 400 NORTH 11 MILE CORNER ROAD subject to instructions contained on
Pleaso furnish the following on the terms
thts stde only of this form and is
- -
issued subject 10 the lerms and
and conditions spectfied on both sidlls of
conditions of tne above-numbered
d. CITY
Ie. STATE I," Z'P CODE
this order and on the attached sheet, if
contract
CASA GRANDE
AZ IR"??0125
eny. including delivery as indicated.
9. ACCOUNTING AND APPROPRLATION DATA 10. REQUISITIONING OFFICE
ICE Detent i on & Removal
11. BUSINESS CLASSIFICATION (Ch«k appropriafe box(es)) 112. F.O.B. POINT
D 8. SMALL Db. OTHER THAN SMALL o c. DISADVANTAGED
o g. SERVICE-
Des·t inati on
DISABLED
o d. \o\QMEN-OINNED 08. HUBZone
o f. EMERGING SMALL
VETERAN-


14. GOVERNMENT BIL NO. 115:.. DELIVER TO F.O.B. POINT 16. DI SCOUNT TERMS
ON OR BEFORE (Date)
a. INSPECTION I b. ACCEPTANCE 30 Days Af ter Awar:d
Destination Destination
17. SCHEDULE (Sec IeIl6ISa lor RejecIiotJs)
QUANTITY UNIT QUANTITY
ITEM NO. SUPPLIES OR SERVICES ORDERED
UNIT
PRice AMOUNT ACCEPTED
(.) (b)
(c'
(')
Tax ID Number: 86-6000557
.
DUNS Number: 100001367
This is Task Order issued against the
Inter-Governmental Servi ces Agreement
(IGSA) No. DROIGSA-07-0004 for detention
and tra nsportat ion services a t Pinal . County
Conti nued ...
18. SHIPPING POINT 19. GROSS SHIPPING IfoJEIGHT
8. NAME
SEESllL/NG
INSTRUCTIONS b. STREET ADDRESS
ON REVERSE
(Of" P.O. Box)
c. CITY
Phoenix
22. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
BY (Signature)

AUTHORIZED FOR LOCAL REPRODUCTIOM'"
PREVIOUS EDITION NOT USABLE
-
.
21. MAIL INVOICE TO:
Department of Homeland Security
Attn: DRO
2035 N. Centra l Avenue
.......
Id. STATE
-'-M.....
(J , IflJ J 0
W.//lI"1
A1
flt:7 \..
{a, (fj (9)
20. INVOICE NO.
17(h)
TOTAL
(Cont . .
pages)
$0 .00
17(i)
GRAND
TOTAL
e. ZIP CODE
$0.00

85004
NAME (Typed)
Susan D. Erickson
TITLE: CQNTRACTfNGjOROERING OFFICER
OPTIONAL FORM 347 (Rrv 1120051
Pre..,.bod try GSAlF"R CFR 53.213l .)
ORDER FOR SUPPLIES OR SERVICES
SCHEDULE - CONTINUA nON
DATE OF ORDER
09/24/2007
NO.
70004
ITEM NO.
0001
SUPPLIEs/SERVICES
Detention Center, Forence Arizona.
s order is i ssued under the aut hori t y of
Immigration and Nationality Act, as'
and in accordance with the
IGSA between the U. S. -Department
Homeland Security, U.S. Immigration and
Enforcement (ICE) Office of
ID"te,ntion and Remova l (ORO), and Pinal
. .. .. - .
t __ ...
ICE Office of
Office:
fice POC; J ohn Washington,
; . .. ... ....
b2L0V'<
gernent POC:
US Department of Homeland Security
Immigration and Customs Enforcement
425 I Street, NW
Room 2208
Washington, DC 20536
Adult Det e ntion Service: For the
housing and care for persons
IQ,.c,a,neQ. Estimated usage : 228,750 MAN DAYS
BEDS PER DAY) at $59.64 per deim
10
TOTAL CARRIED FORWARD TO 1ST PAGE (ITEM 17(H))
NSN 7540-01-152-8082
ORDER NO.
HSCEDM-08- F-IG005
AMOUNT
O. 0.00
OPTIONAL FORM 3481Rev 1!i9$)
P,eocr\bedby CSA
fAA 1 4 ~ CFR) 53.213(c)
ORDER FOR SUPPLIES OR SERVICES
SCHEDULE" CONTINUATION
IMPORTANT: Mark all packa!=jes and papers with contract andfor order numbers.
DATE OF ORDER I CONTRACT NO.
09/24/2007 IOROIGSA070004
ITEM NO.
(AI
SUPPLIES/SERVICES
(81
25 72 00 000000
$0.00 (Subject to Availability of
Funds)
Availability of Funds (Apr 1984)
.
Funds are not presently available for this
contract. The Government's obligation under
this contract is contingent upon the
availability of appropriated funds from
which payment for contract purposes can be
made. No legal liability on the part of the
Government for any payment may arise until
funds are made available to the Contracting
Officer for this contract and until the
Contractor receives notice of such
availability, to be confirmed in writing by
the Contracting Officer.
INVOICING INSTRUCTIONS: Please submit one
(1) original invoice to the Program Office
POCo The program official must. verify that
the goods and/or services have been
received/accepted prior to invoice
processing by the Dallas Finance Center.
The invoice must also include: (1) IGSA
number DROIGSA070004, (2) The Task Order
number HSCEDM-08-F-IG005, (3) the name of
the Contracting Technical Representative or
appointed government offical
Direct payment inquiries to
The provider shall notify the Contracting
Officer and Contracting Officer's Technical
Representative in writing, when all
allowable charges under task order
exceed 75% of the funded amount authorized
under the task order. In no event is the
provider authorized to incur costs, or
submit invoices, in excess of the total
amount authorized by the Task Order.
The total amount of award: $0.00. The
obligation for this award is shown in box
Continued ...
QUANTITY UNIT
ORDERED
(C) (D)
TOTAL CARRIED FORWARD TO 1ST PAGE (iTEM 17(H))
NSN 7540-01-152-8082 SO:J.-4S-,O,
UNIT
PRICE
(EI
[
ORDER NO.
HSCEOM-OB-F-IG005
AMOUNT
(FI
QUANTITY
ACCEPTED
IGI
OPTIONAL FORM 348 (Roy. 61951
b1 GSA
FAR (48 CFRI
ORDER FOR SUPPLIES OR SERVICES
SCHEDULE - CONTINUATION
IMPORTANT: Mark an oackaaes and oaoers with contract andfor order numbers.
DATE OF ORDER
09/24/2007 DROIGSA070004
ITEM NO. SUPPlIESfSERVICES QUANTITY
ORDERED
(A) (8) (e)
17 ii) 0
UNIT
(D)
TOTAL CARRIED FORWARD TO 1ST PAGE (ITEM 17tH))
NSN 7540-01-152-8082 503-48-101
I ORDER NO.
HSCEDM-08-F-IG005
UNIT AMOUNT
PRICE
(E) (F)
QUANTITY
ACCEPTED
(G)
.
OPTIONAL FORM 348 (Rev. 6195)
prescribed by GSA
FAR (4S CFR) 53.213(0)
AMENDMENT OF SOLICITATION/MODIFICATION OF CONTRACT
11. CONTRACT ID CODe
I PA:e °1 PAGES 2
2. AMENDMENT/MODIFICATION NO. 3. EFFECTIVE DATE 4. REQUISITION/PURCHASE REO. NO. 15. PROJECT NO. (If applicable)
POOO01 See Block 16C
FPH080004.1
6. ISSUED BY CODE
ICE/DM/DC-DC
7. ADMINISTERED BY (If other than (tern 6)
CODE iICE/DM/DC-DC
ICE/Detent Mngt/Detent Contracts-DC ICE/Detent Mngt/Detent Contracts-DC
Immigration and Customs Enforcement Immigration and Customs Enforcement
Office of Acquisition Management Office of Acquisition Management
425 I Street NW, Suite 2208 425 I Street NW, Suite 2208
Washington DC 20536 Washington DC 20536
8. NAME AND ADDRESS OF CONTRACTOR (No., street. county. state and ZIP Code)

SA. AMENDMENT OF SOLICITATION NO.
COUNTY OF PINAL
RURAL BRANCH P 0 BOX 3125
9B. DATED (SEE ITEM 11)
1400 NORTH 11 MILE CORNER ROAD
CASA GRANDE AZ 852220125
10A MODIFICATION OF CONTRACT/ORDER NO.
X
DROIGSA070004
HSCEDM-08-F-IG005
106. DATED (SEE ITEM 11)
CODE
1000013870000
FACILITY CODE
09/24/2007
11. THIS ITEM ONLY APPLIES TO AMENDMENTS OF SOLICITATIONS
OThe above numbered soliCitation IS amended as set forth In Item 14. The hour and date speCified for receipt of Offers D IS extended. 0 IS not extended
Offers must acknowledge receipt of this amerdment prior to the hour and date specified in the solicitation or as amended, by one of the following methods: (a) By completing
lIems 8 and 15, and returning copies of the amendment; (b) By acknowledging receipt of this amendment on each copy of the offer submitted; or (c) By
separate letter or telegram which includes a reference to the Solicitation and amendment numbers. FAILURE OF YOUR ACKNOWLEDGEMENT TO BE RECEIVED AT
THE PLACE DESIGNATED FOR THE RECEIPT OF OFFERS PRIOR TO THE HOUR AND DATE SPECIFIED MAY RESULT IN REJECTION OF YOUR OFFER. Ifby
virtue of this amendment you desire to change an offer already submilled, such change may be made by telegram or letter, provided each telegram or Jetter makes
reference to the solicitation and this amendment and is received prior to the opening hour and date specified.
12. ACCOUNTING AND APPROPRIATION DATA (If required) Net Increase: $5,856,946.20
See Schedule
CHECK ONE
x
E.IMPORTANT:
13. THIS ITEM ONLY APPLIES TO MODIFICATION OF CONTRACTS/ORDERS. IT MODIFIES THE CONTRACT/ORDER NO. AS DESCRIBED IN ITEM 14,
A. THIS CHANGE ORDER IS ISSUED PURSUANT TO: (Specify authon'ty) THE CHANGES SET FORTH IN ITEM 14 ARE MADE IN THE CONTRACT
ORDER NO. IN ITEM lOA.
B. THE ABOVE NUMBERED CONTRACT/ORDER IS MODIFIED TO REFLECT THE ADMINISTRATIVE CHANGES (such as changes in paying office,
appropriation date, etc.) SET FORTH IN ITEM 14, PURSUANT TO THE AUTHORITY OF FAR 43.103(b).
C. THIS SUPPLEMENTAL AGREEMENT IS ENTERED INTO PURSUANT TO AUTHORITY OF:
O. OTHER (Specify type of modification and authority)
Contractor [KJ is not. D is required to sign this document and return a copies to the issuing office.
14. DESCRIPTION OF AMENDMENT/MODIFICATION (Organized by UCF section headings, including solicitationlcontract subject mat/er where feaSible.)
DUNS Number: 100001387
A. The purpose of this modification is to obligate funding on the reference task order
for detention service at Pinal County Adult Detention Center, Florence Arizona.
B. All other terms and conditions remain the same.
This order is issued under the authority of the Immigration and Nationality Act, as
amended, and in accordance with the attached IGSA between the u.s. Department of Homeland
Security, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Office of Detention and Removal
Continued
Except as provided herein all tellTls and conditions of the document referenced in Item 9A or 10A as heretofore changed remains unchanged and in full force and effect
15A. NAME AND TiTlE OF SIGNER (Type orprinf)
158. CONTRACTOR/OFFEROR
(Signature of person authorized to sign)
NSN 7540·01·152-8070
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15C. DATE SIGNED
--
-
16A NAME AND TITLE OF CONTRACTING OFFICER (Type or print)
Susan D. Erickson

, DATE SIGNED
\ 'h .. hAt .. _. _.
2./rI/o
,..",......, (Signature of Contracting Offlr;or)
STANDARD FORM 30 (REV. 10-83)
Prescribed by GSA
FAR (48 CFR) 53.243
REFERENCE NO. OF DOCUMENT BEING CONTINUED
CONTINUATION SHEET DROIGSA070004 /HSCEDM-08-F-IGOOS/POOOOI
NAME OF OFFEROR OR CONTRACTOR
COUNTY OF PINAL
ITEM NO.
(A)
0001
SUPPLIES/SERVICES
(8)
(ORO), and Pinal County.
ICE Ofn
Erickon,
Admin Office:
POC: John Washington,
n Management POC: Susan
US Department of Homeland Security
Immigration and Customs Enforcement
425 I Street, NW
Room 2208
Washington, DC 2053 6
Delivery: 30 Days After Award
Discount Terms_
Delivery Location Code: ICE/DRO
ICE Detention & Removal
Immigration and Customs, Enforcement
801 I Street, NW
Suite 900
Washington DC 20536
Period of Performance: 10101/2007 to 09/30/2008
Change Item 0001 to read as follows (amount shown
is the obligated amount ) :
Alien Adult Detention Service: For the
detention, housing and care for persons detained.
(Estimated 625 Beds per Day) 98 ,205 Mandays
Period of Performance from October 1, 2007
through Ma rch 31 , 2008 .
Remaining balance 130,545 Mandays
NSN 7540·01·152·6067
(C)
98205 EA
UNIT PRICE
(E)
AMOUNT
(F)
59.64 5,856,946.20
O P T ~ O N A L FORM 336 (4·85)
SpQnfl)ll!d tIy GSA
FAR (46 CFR153.110
2
AMENDMENT OF SOLICITATION/MODIFICATION OF CONTRACT
11, CONTRACT 10 CODe I PAGE OF PAGES
1 I 3
2. AMENDMENT/MODIFICATION NO. 3. EFFECTIVE DATE 4. REQUISITION/PURCHASE REO. NO. 15. PROJECT NO. (If applicable)
POOO02 05/14/2008
FPH080004.2
6. ISSUED BY CODE
ICE/DM/DC-DC
7. ADMINISTERED BY (If other than Item 8)
COOE IICE/DM/DC-DC
ICE/Detent Mngt/Oetent Contracts-DC ICE/Detent MngtiDetent Contracts-DC
Immigration and Customs Enforcement Immigration and Customs Enforcement
Office of Acquisition Management Office of Acquisition Management
425 I Street NW, Suite 2208 425 I Street NW, Suite 2208
Washington DC 20536 Washington DC 20536
8. NAME AND ADDRESS OF CONTRACTOR (No., street. county. Stete and ZIP Code)
(x)
SA. AMENDMENT OF SOLICITATION NO.
r
COUNTY OF PINAL
RURAL BRANCH P 0 BOX 3125
98. DAlEO (SEE ITEM 11)
1400 NORTH 11 MILE CORNER ROAD
CASA GRANDE AZ 852220125
10A. MODIFICATION Of CONTRACT/ORDER NO.
X
DROIGSA070004
HSCEDM-08-F-IG005
10B. DATED (SEE /TEM 11)
CODE
1000013870000
FACILITY CODE
09/24/2007
11. THIS ITEM ONLY APPLIES TO AMENDMENTS OF SOLICITATIONS
D The above numbered soliCitation IS amended as set forth In Item 14. The hour and date specified for receipt of Offers D IS extended, D IS not extended.
Offers must acknowledge receipt of this amendment prior to the hour and date specified in the solicitation or as amended, by one of the following methods: (a) By completing
Items 8 and 15, and retuming copies of the amendment; (b) By acknowledging receipt of this amendment on each copy of the offer submitted; or (c) By
separate letter or telegram which includes a reference to the solicitallon and amendment numbers. FAILURE OF YOUR ACKNOW1...EDGEMENT TO BE RECEIVED AT
THE PLACE DESIGNATED FOR THE RECEIPT OF OFFERS PRIOR TO THE HOUR AND DATE SPECIFIED MAY RESULT IN REJECTION OF YOUR OFFER. Ifby
virtue of this amendment you desire to change an offer already submilted, such change may be made by telegram or letter, provided each telegram or letter makes reference
to the solicitation and this amendment, and is received prior to the opening hour and date specified.
12. ACCOUNTING AND APPROPRIATION DATA (If required)
See Schedule
Net Increase: $1,604,852.76
13. THIS ITEM ONLY APPLIES TO MODIFICATION OF CONTRACTS/ORDERS. IT MODIFIES THE CONTRACT/ORDER NO. AS DESCRIBED IN ITEM 14.
CHECK ONE
A. THIS CHANGE ORDER IS ISSUED PURSUANT TO: (Specify authority) THE CHANGES SET FORTH IN ITEM 14 ARE MADE IN THE CONTRACT
ORDER NO. IN ITEM 10A.
B. THE ABOVE NUMBERED CONTRACT/ORDER IS MODIFIED TO REFLECT THE ADMINISTRATIVE CHANGES (such as changes in paying office,
appropriation date, etc.) SET FORTH IN ITEM 14, PURSUANT TO THE AUTHORITY OF FAR 43.103(b).
C. THIS SUPPLEMENTAL AGREEMENT IS ENTERED INTO PURSUANT TO AUTHORITY OF:
D. OTHER (!Specify type of modification and authority)
X FUNDING MODIFICATION
E.IMPORTANT:
Contractor [KJ is not, D is required to sign this document and return o copies to the issuing office.
14. DESCRIPTION OF AMENDMENT/MODIFICATION (Organized by UCF section headings, including solicitation/contract subject matter where feasible.)
DUNS Number: 100001387
A. The purpose of this modification is to obligate funding on the referenced task order
for detention services at Pinal County Adult Detention Center in Florence, Arizona.
B. The total obligated award amount is hereby changed from $5,856,946.20 to
$7,461,798.96 for a net increase of $1,604,852.76.
C. All other terms and conditions remain the same.
Continued ...
Except as provided herein all terms and conditions of the document referenced in Item 9A or 10A as heretofore changed remains unchanged and in full force and effect
15A. NAME AND TITLE OF SIGNER (Type orprinl)
15B. CONTRACTOR/OFFEROR
(Signature of person authoriZed to sign)
NSN
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15C. DATE SIGNED
16A. NAME AND TITLE OF CONTRACTING OFFICER (Type or print)
Susan D. Erickson
16C. DATE SIGNED

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STANDARD FORM 30 (REV. 10-83)
Prescribed by GSA
FAR (48 CFR) 53.243
REFERENCE NO. OF DOCUMENT BEING CONTINUED
CONTINUATION SHEET DROIGSA070004/HSCEDM-08-F- IG005/P00002
NAME OF OFFEROR OR CONTRACTOR
COUNTY OF PINAL
ITEM NO.
(A)
0001
SUPPLIES/SERVICES
(B)
This order is issued under the authority of the
Immigration and Nationality Act, as amended, and
in accordance with the attached IGSA between the
U.S. Department of Homeland SecuritYt U.S.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Office
of Detention and Removal (ORO), and Pinal County.
CONTACT INFORMATION:
~ .. -" fice POC: John Washington,
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ICE O f f i c e ~
Erickson, _
Admin Office:
Management POC:
US Department of Homeland Security
Immigration and Customs Enforcement
425 I Street, NW
Room 2208
Washington, DC 20536
Discount Terms ~
FOB: Destination
Susan
Period of Performance: 10/01/2007 to 09/30/2008
Change Item 0001 to read as follows (amount shown
is the total amount):
Alien Adult Detention Service: For the
detention, housing and care for persons detained.
(Estimated 625 Beds per Day) 125,114 Mandays
Period of Performance from October 1, 2007
through May 31
t
2008.
Remaining balance 103,636 Mandays
NSN 7540-01·152-6067
(C)
5114
UNIT PRICE
(E)
AMOUNT
(F)
59.64 ,461,798.96
OPTIONAL FORM 336 (4-66)
SpOIlsollld by GSA
FAR (46CFR}53.110
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REFERENCE NO. OF DOCUMENT BEING CONTINUED
CONTINUATION SHEET DROIGSA070004 IHSCEDM-08-F- IGOOS/ P00002
NAME OF OFFEROR OR CONTRACTOR
COUNTY OF PINAL
ITEM NO.
(A)
NSN 75040-01-1S2-S067
SUPPLIES/SERVICES
(C)
UNIT PRI CE
( E)
AMOUNT
( F )
336 (4-80)
Sponsored by GSA
FAA (48CFR) 53.. 110
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Department Of Homeland Security Detention Facility Inspection Form
Immigration and Customs Enforcement Facilities Used Over 72 hours

FOR OFFICIAL U ENT SENSITIVE
A. Type of Facility Reviewed
ICE Service Processing Center
ICE Contract Detention Facility
ICE Intergovernmental Service Agreement

B. Current Inspection
Type of Inspection
Field Office HQ Inspection
Date[s] of Facility Review
August 5-7, 2008

C. Previous/Most Recent Facility Review
Date[s] of Last Facility Review
July 30-August 1, 2007
Previous Rating
Superior Good Acceptable Deficient At-Risk

D. Name and Location of Facility
Name
Pinal Adult Detention Facility
Address (Street and Name)
971 N. Jason Lopez Circle
City, State and Zip Code
Florence, Arizona 85232
County
Pinal
Name and Tit cutive Officer (Warden/OIC/Superintendent)
Chief Deputy
Telephone # ( ode)
520
Field Office / Sub-Office (List Office with oversight responsibilities)
Phoenix/Florence Detention Center
Distance from Field Office
60 Miles

E. Creative Corrections Review Team

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F. CDF/IGSA Information Only
Contract Number
N/A
Date of Contract or IGSA
N/A
Basic Rates per Man-Day
$59.64
Other Charges: (If None, Indicate N/A)
N/A
Estimated Man-days Per Year
N/A


E. Accreditation Certificates
List all State or National Accreditation[s] received:

Check box if facility has no accreditation[s]

F. Problems / Complaints (Copies must be attached)
The Facility is under Court Order or Class Action Finding
Court Order Class Action Order
The Facility has Significant Litigation Pending
Major Litigation Life/Safety Issues
Check if None.

I. Facility History
Date Built
1995
Date Last Remodeled or Upgraded
2006
Date New Construction / Bedspace Added
1034
Future Construction Planned
Yes No Date:
Current Bedspace
1504
Future Bedspace (# New Beds only)
Number: 1504 Date: N/A

J. Total Facility Population
Total Facility Intake for previous 12 months
18,032
Total ICE Mandays for Previous 12 months
169,327

K. Classification Level (ICE SPCs and CDFs Only)
L-1 L-2 L-3
Adult Male
225 92 78
Adult Female
120 29 0



L. Facility Capacity
Rated Operational Emergency
Adult Male 1221 1080 1275
Adult Female 1275 255 300
Facility holds Juveniles Offenders 16 and older as Adults

M. Average Daily Population
ICE USMS Other
Adult Male 300 N/A N/A
Adult Female 158 N/A N/A

N. Facility Staffing Level
Security:

Support:


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FOR OFFICIAL US CEMENT SENSITIVE
Significant Incident Summary Worksheet
For ICE to complete its review of your facility, the following information must be completed prior to the scheduled review
dates. The information on this form should contain data for the past twelve months in the boxes provided. The
information on this form is used in conjunction with the ICE Detention Standards in assessing your Detention Operations
against the needs of the ICE and its detained population. This form should be filled out by the facility prior to the start of
any inspection. Failure to complete this section will result in a delay in processing this report and the possible reduction or
removal of ICE’ detainees at your facility.

Incidents Description Jan – Mar Apr – Jun Jul – Sept Oct – Dec

Types (Sexual
2
, Physical, etc.)
9 0 1 N/A

With Weapon
0 0 0 N/A

Assault:
Offenders on
Offenders
1


Without Weapon
9 0 1 N/A

Types (Sexual Physical, etc.)
1 0 0 N/A

With Weapon
0 0 0 N/A

Assault:
Detainee on
Staff

Without Weapon
1 0 0 N/A
Number of Forced Moves,
incl. Forced Cell moves
3



0 0 0 N/A

Disturbances
4



0 0 0 N/A
Number of Times Chemical
Agents Used


0 0 0 N/A
Number of Times Special
Reaction Team
Deployed/Used


0 0 0 N/A
Number/Reason (M=Medical,
V=Violent Behavior, O=Other)
0 0 0 N/A
# Times Four/Five Point
Restraints applied/used Type (C=Chair, B=Bed,
BB=Board, O=Other)
0 0 0 N/A
Offender / Detainee Medical
Referrals as a result of
injuries sustained.


0 0 0 N/A

Attempted
0 0 0 N/A
Escapes

Actual
0 0 0 N/A

# Received
11 0 0 N/A Grievances:
# Resolved in favor of
Offender/Detainee
0 0 0 N/A
Reason (V=Violent, I=Illness,
S=Suicide, A=Attempted
Suicide, O=Other)
0 0 S N/A Deaths
Number

0 0 *1 N/A
# Medical Cases referred for
Outside Care
67 82 32 N/A Psychiatric / Medical
Referrals
# Psychiatric Cases referred for
Outside Care
0 0 0 N/A

1
Any attempted physical contact or physical contact that involves two or more offenders
2
Oral, anal or vaginal penetration or attempted penetration involving at least 2 parties, whether it is consenting or non-consenting
3
Routine transportation of detainees/offenders is not considered “forced”
4
Any incident that involves four or more detainees/offenders, includes gang fights, organized multiple hunger strikes, work stoppages, hostage
situations, major fires, or other large scale incidents.
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FOR OFFICIAL USE MENT SENSITIVE

DHS/ICE Detention Standards Review Summary Report
1. Acceptable 2. Deficient 3. At Risk 4. Repeat Finding 5.Not Applicable

Legal Access Standards 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
1. Access to Legal Materials
2. Group Presentations on Legal Rights
3. Visitation
4. Telephone Access
Detainee Services
5. Admission and Release
6. Classification System
7. Correspondence and Other Mail
8. Detainee Handbook
9. Food Service
10. Funds and Personal Property
11. Detainee Grievance Procedures
12. Issuance and Exchange of Clothing, Bedding, and Towels
13. Marriage Requests
14. Non-Medical Emergency Escorted Trip
15. Recreation
16. Religious Practices
17. Voluntary Work Program
Health Services
18. Hunger Strikes
19. Medical Care
20. Suicide Prevention and Intervention
21. Terminal Illness, Advanced Directives and Death
Security and Control
22. Contraband
23. Detention Files
24. Disciplinary Policy
25. Emergency Plans
26. Environmental Health and Safety
27. Hold Rooms in Detention Facilities
28. Key and Lock Control
29. Population Counts
30. Post Orders
31. Security Inspections
32. Special Management Units (Administrative Segregation)
33. Special Management Units (Disciplinary Segregation)
34. Tool Control
35. Transportation (Land management)
36. Use of Force
37. Staff / Detainee Communication (Added August 2003)
38. Detainee Transfer (Added September 2004)


All findings (Deficient and At-Risk) require written comment describing the finding and what is necessary to meet
compliance.


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FOR OFFICIAL US EMENT SENSITIVE
RIC Review Assurance Statement



By signing below, the Reviewer-In-Charge (RIC) certifies that all findings of noncompliance with policy or inadequate
controls contained in the Inspection Report are supported by evidence that is sufficient and reliable. Furthermore, findings
of noteworthy accomplishments are supported by sufficient and reliable evidence. Within the scope of the review, the
facility is operating in accordance with applicable law and policy, and property and resources are efficiently used and
adequately safeguarded, except for the deficiencies noted in the report.


Reviewer-In-Charge: (Print Name)


Signature
Title & Duty Location


Reviewer – In - Charge
Date


August 5-7, 2008

Team Members
Print Name, Title, & Duty Location

SME Medical
Print Name, Title, & Duty Location

SME Food Service
Duty Location

SME Safety
& Duty Location

SME Administrative

Recommended Rating: Superior
Good
Acceptable
Deficient
At-Risk


Comments:

Pinal County utilizes Tasers and it is addressed in the Use of Force Policy.

The facility had two suicide's during the review period one being a ICE Detainee.

Death Summary#1

Name: Rogelio Canales-Baca
DOB: 03/28/1972
ID: A
Arrival Date: 6/23/2008
Date of Death: 7/08/2008

ICE detainee Rogelio Canales-Baca was transferred to the Pinal County Jail on June 23, 2008 from the Florence SPC. At
the time of his screening, he stated that he was nervous. He stated that he was “OK right now”, but wanted his medicine.
Staff from the Florence SPC notified Pinal County Jail of Canales’ previous mental health history and placement on suicide
precautions. He was scheduled for a psychiatric evaluation on June 26 and medical evaluation on June 24.

He was placed on suicide watch on June 24, 2008, as he told staff that he was feeling bad and wanted to hurt himself,
although he had no current plan. On June 26, 2008, he was evaluated by the contract psychiatrist who discontinued the
watch and placed him on 30 minute checks. The doctor also prescribed Prozac.
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On June 30, 2008, he was once again evaluated by the psychiatrist who discontinued the observation and permitted the
detainee to be returned to general population. Canales did well until July 2, 2008, when he placed an urgent medical
request, claiming that if he was deported, he would be killed. He was visibly upset and was once again placed on suicide
watch. His deportation was placed on hold due to his current mental health status.

The psychiatrist evaluated him on July 3, 2008. At that time, he denied any suicidal ideation as long as he remained in
segregation. Suicide watch was once again discontinued, and he was placed on 30 minute checks. Four days later, he told
the psychiatrist that he felt safe in the segregation unit and did not want to return to General Population.

On July 8, 2008, at 1358 hours, Canales was found hanging in his cell. He was cut down and the medical department
responded. CPR was started until EMS arrived at 1408. He was pronounced dead at 1415 hours via paramedics and
E.R. MD.

Death Summary #2
Pinal County Az Jail

Arrival Date: 6/29/2008
Date of Death: 7/16/2008

Name, Date of Birth, and other identifying information was not provided by Pinal County Jail, as the inmate was not an
ICE detainee.

He was booked at the facility on June 29, 2008 on a murder charge by the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office. He was placed on
suicide watch on July 4, 2008 by medical staff. On July 7, 2008, he was removed from suicide watch per medical staff.
He was placed on a 30 minute security watch.

On July 16, 2008, he was found hanging by a towel in his cell. No further information was provided.

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