Wisconsin Administrative Code
Technical College System Board
Chapter TCS 8 - Contract For Services
Section TCS 8.04 - General district policies

Universal Citation: WI Admin Code ยง TCS 8.04

Current through February 26, 2024

Each district board shall adopt policies and procedures governing contracts for services with service recipients. Policies and procedures adopted by a district board shall be forwarded to the board within 30 days of adoption. At a minimum these policies shall:

(1) Specify that no employee of a district may receive any additional salary, benefits or reimbursement for expenses for work performed pursuant to a contract for services where that employee is currently being compensated by the district for that work under existing conditions of hire with the district.

(2) Subject to sub. (1), specify those conditions where an employee of the district may receive additional salary, benefits or reimbursement for expenses for work performed under a contract for services.

(3) Identify those district employees by functional title responsible for the development of contracts under this chapter.

(4) Specify the procedures to be followed by the district board in reviewing and approving contracts for services.

(5) Require that all contracts with a foreign government or any business or industry not operating within the state comply with the requirements under s. 38.14(3) (c) and (d), Stats.

(6) Require that every service recipient certify that it does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, color, sex, creed, handicap, political persuasion, ancestry or sexual orientation against;

(a) Any employee or applicant for employment, in regard to hire, tenure or term, condition or privilege of employment except where there is a bona fide occupational qualification.

(b) Any student or any applicant for enrollment in regard to admission or privilege of enrollment.

(7) Prohibit any district resident from being displaced from any program or course solely on the basis of a contract for services with a service recipient.

(8) Require that all payments received by a district from a service recipient be deposited in the district treasury.

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