UK CSEPP (Chemical Stockpile Emergency Preparedness Program)

Grants and Contracts Details


The scope of services provides a listing of action items, which reflect both long and short-term activities assigned to UK. Long-term action items may require more than twelve months for completion. UK will provide services over a broad range of medical, clinical and technical issues to DPH for the various phases through the utilization of professional medical staff and faculty. If any change to the scope of services causes an increase in the estimated cost or time required for performing the scope of services, DPH will negotiate an equitable adjustment in funding and/or delivery schedule. Additional short and long term action items may be assigned to UK in writing by DPH. University of Kentucky (UK) will: 1) provide medical trainer and consultant services to the Chemical Stockpile Emergency Preparedness Program (CSEPP) health and medical communities within the nine (9) counties surrounding the Bluegrass Army Depot, 2) provide consultative services to the Department for Public Health (DPH) and attend CSEPP related public hearings, 3) perform technical oversight of the CSEPP health and medical plans necessitated by KRS 224.50 under development by an independent contractor, 4) advise and assist in the implementation of the CSEPP health and medical needs assessment, and 5) provide medical screenings for respirator users. A CSEPP Medical Coordinator will be designated as the primary contact person for DPH and shall assign priorities for the action items within the scope of services; and define specific tasks and other responsibilities to UK on an annual basis. All task timelines are delineated by the CSEPP Medical Coordinator. Task activities will be assigned with a date of receipt by UK and a due date to DPH. The CSEPP Medical Coordinator has control over timelines and all tasks. At the time of task assignment by the CSEPP Medical Coordinator, the effort is to meet U.S. Army CSEPP goals to ensure maximum protection and safety of the public in accordance with public laws.
Effective start/end date7/1/046/30/05


  • KY Department for Public Health: $161,191.00


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