Contracts

Some agencies or facilities or government entities will provide a contract which can be negotiated, but frequently the contractor is asked to provide the contract to be negotiated and signed. There are no rules for what must be in a contract. There are numerous things to consider when determining fees, schedules, responsibilities, and restrictions.

  • Sample Contract

    Sample Contract

    When it comes to contracts, there is no one size …
  • Program Partnership Contracts

    Program Partnership Contracts

    For a successful collaboration to occur, in-depth discussions need to …
  • Business Expenses

    Business Expenses

    Insurance Premiums –        professional liability –        disability –        health –        …
  • The Value of Time

    The Value of Time

    •         Spent performing activities •         Spent traveling to and from …
  • Earnings

    Earnings

    Pay Dietitians and Nutritionists Median annual wages, May 2012 Health …
  • The Proposal

    The Proposal

    •         Effort on return – bigger contracts require more thorough …
  • Determining a Fee

    Determining a Fee

    Some Things to Consider: Cost vs. Value Time… Spent performing …
  • Contractor Benefits and Perks

    Contractor Benefits and Perks

    •         No set time or day •         Flexible schedule •         …
  • Benefit to the Contracting Agency

    Benefit to the Contracting Agency

    •         Expert help •         Task focus •         No long-term commitment …