Contract Management


To protect the citizens of the Commonwealth and to provide a safe, secure and humane environment for staff and offenders in carrying out the mandates of the legislative and judicial processes; and, to provide opportunities for offenders to acquire skills which facilitate non-criminal behavior.

 Contract Management 

  The Contract Management Branch is responsible for overseeing the 25 community service centers that house state inmates, probationers, and parolees.  This oversight includes auditing and processing per diem payments for an Average Daily Population (ADP) of approximately 617 inmates and 640 probationers/parolees; auditing and processing of inmate state pay and drug testing.  

 The Branch audits and processes per diem payments for the 10 Recovery Kentucky centers that house up to 500 male/female parolees and probationers in need of substance abuse programming; audits and processes per diem payments for Marion Adjustment Center (MAC), which is owned and operated by Corrections Corporation of America.  MAC has a population of 794 minimum and medium custody male inmates.   

 Also under supervision of the Contract Management Branch is:

o   The Office of Grants:  Responsible for the managing of the Department’s Federal grants, including the application process.

o   The Procurement Office:  Responsible for processing Request for Proposals, Personal Service Contracts, Sole Service Contracts, and all purchasing procedures for the Department of Corrections. 

o   Community Corrections Grants:  Oversight of grants awarded by the Department that provide alternatives to offender supervision based in a community setting. This includes grantee budget and programmatic compliance.

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