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Oregon Bulletin

May 1, 2014

Department of Human Services, Child Welfare Programs, Chapter 413

Rule Caption: Repealing OARs regarding Interstate Services for Delinquent Juveniles

Adm. Order No.: CWP 5-2014

Filed with Sec. of State: 4-1-2014

Certified to be Effective: 4-1-14

Notice Publication Date: 3-1-2014

Rules Repealed: 413-040-0370, 413-040-0380, 413-040-0390

Subject: The Department of Human Services, Child Welfare Programs, is repealing OAR 413-040-0370, 413-040-0380, and 413-040-0390 regarding Interstate Services for Delinquent Juveniles. The purpose of these rules was to describe the Interstate Compact on Juveniles. Responsibility for the Compact was transferred to the Oregon Youth Authority July 1, 2005. The Department’s rules have been superseded by Oregon Youth Authority rules, and these rules are now obsolete.

Rules Coordinator: Kris Skaro—(503) 945-6067


Rule Caption: Repealing Child Welfare receipting rules

Adm. Order No.: CWP 6-2014

Filed with Sec. of State: 4-1-2014

Certified to be Effective: 4-1-14

Notice Publication Date: 3-1-2014

Rules Repealed: 413-310-0000, 413-310-0010, 413-310-0020, 413-310-0030, 413-310-0040, 413-310-0050, 413-310-0060, 413-310-0070, 413-310-0080, 413-310-0090, 413-310-0095

Subject: Child Welfare rules OAR 413-310-0000 through 413-310-0095, General Receipting, describe the procedures that were to be followed when the former State Office for Services to Children and Families (SOSCF) processed money that was owed to SOSCF or its clients. Since the time these rules were adopted, the Department has been reorganized. The receipting function now resides in the Department’s centralized Office of Financial Services, and is governed by Department policy. In addition, these rules contain primarily internal business processes that do not need to be in administrative rule. These rules are obsolete and are being repealed.

Rules Coordinator: Kris Skaro—(503) 945-6067


Rule Caption: Repealing OARs related to miscellaneous payments

Adm. Order No.: CWP 7-2014

Filed with Sec. of State: 4-1-2014

Certified to be Effective: 4-1-14

Notice Publication Date: 3-1-2014

Rules Repealed: 413-310-0100, 413-310-0110, 413-310-0120, 413-310-0130

Subject: The Office of Child Welfare Programs proposes to repeal the rules for “Miscellaneous Payments”. These rules were adopted in 1995 to provide for reimbursement of expenses for foster parents to participate in training. Since that time, the process for reimbursement of training-related expenses has changed. It is addressed in each branch office’s biennial training plan as a use of discretionary funds. These rules are no longer current and are being repealed.

Rules Coordinator: Kris Skaro—(503) 945-6067


Rule Caption: Repealing OARs related to Child Welfare contracts

Adm. Order No.: CWP 8-2014

Filed with Sec. of State: 4-1-2014

Certified to be Effective: 4-1-14

Notice Publication Date: 3-1-2014

Rules Repealed: 413-330-0000, 413-330-0010, 413-330-0020, 413-330-0030, 413-330-0040, 413-330-0050, 413-330-0060, 413-330-0080, 413-330-0085, 413-330-0087, 413-330-0090, 413-330-0095, 413-330-0097, 413-330-0098, 413-330-0100, 413-330-0200, 413-330-0210, 413-330-0220, 413-330-0230, 413-330-0240, 413-330-0250, 413-330-0260, 413-330-0270, 413-330-0280, 413-330-0290, 413-330-0300, 413-330-0310, 413-330-0320, 413-330-0330, 413-330-0340, 413-330-0350, 413-330-0360, 413-330-0500, 413-330-0510, 413-330-0520, 413-330-0530, 413-330-0540, 413-330-0600, 413-330-0610, 413-330-0700, 413-330-0800, 413-330-0810, 413-330-0820, 413-330-0830

Subject: The Department of Human Services, Child Welfare Programs proposes to repeal rules in OAR chapter 413 that apply to the contracting process. These rules were adopted when Child Welfare’s predecessor division, the former State Office for Services to Children and Families, had its own contracting and procurement unit. Under the Department’s current organizational structure, contracting and procurement functions are centralized in the Office of Contracts and Procurement, and are subject to the Public Contracting Code, Department of Administrative Services rules, and Department of Justice Model Public Contract rules. The following rules no longer apply to Child Welfare contracts, and are proposed to be repealed:

   - OAR 413-330-0000 through 0080 regarding Criteria for Personal and Professional Services Contracting.

   - OAR 413-330-0100 regarding Contracts Exempt from Department of Administrative Service Requirements.

   - OAR 413-330-0200 through 0360 regarding Screening and Selection of Contractors.

   - OAR 413-330-0500 through 0540 regarding Emergency Contracts.

   - OAR 413-330-0600 and 413-330-0610 regarding Contract Amendments.

   - OAR 413-330-0700 regarding Contract Termination.

   - OAR 413-330-0800 through 0830 regarding Sub-Contracting.

   In addition, OAR 413-330-0085 through 0098 regarding Criminal History Checks for System of Care Contractors are proposed to be repealed because these criminal history checks are subject to Department-wide rules in OAR chapter 407. The rules in chapter 413 no longer apply to these background checks.

Rules Coordinator: Kris Skaro—(503) 945-6067

Notes
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