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Contracts & Extensions

SFAs must use the 2024-2025 bid specification and agreement provided by NYSED.  Failure to use the prototype contract will result in disapproval of the contract and the SFA having to rebid.  Any changes to the prototype contract must be approved in writing by NYSED prior to letting bids.

Email the executed contract for review and approval to  The final contract includes all documents included by the SFA in the invitation to bid and all documents submitted by the FSMC that have been mutually agreed upon by both parties (i.e., work sheets, attachments, and operating cost sheets).  Omissions and inaccuracies in the contract will cause delays in approval and your receipt of reimbursement.

2024-2025 Food Service Management Company Contract

2024-2025 Extension of Food Service Contract


Recommended Steps to Successfully Submit an Extension for Approval

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