Tracy Joshua, the Chief Procurement Officer, certifies that the Office of Procurement and Logistics obtained competitive bids for medical benefits. To that end, an RFP for Medical PPO and HMO was released in June, 2012 in order to meet open enrollment deadline for November, 2012. Proposals were received by all major medical providers that represent Southeast Michigan including BCBSM, Aetna, Priority Health, HAP and Total Health Care. Due to union requirements, DPS must have a PPO and two HMO's for members to choose. The following providers were chosen because they offered the best overall value and met the DPS requirements. BCBSM was selected as the PPO plan provider and HAP and Total Health Care were selected as the HMO providers.
This report lists the total salary and a description and cost of each and every fringe benefit included in the compensation package for the superintendent of the district or intermediate district and for each employee of the district or intermediate district whose salary exceeds $100,000. For purposes of this reporting, salary will be defined similar to that reported as Medicare wages on the employee's prior year W2. This data must be all inclusive and should be data from the most recently completed year for which they are available.
This report includes the annual amount paid by the district for association dues on behalf of the district or its staff from the most recently completed fiscal year for which the data is available. The report also includes a listing of dues paid to each individual association at both the federal and state levels.
District Paid Association Dues 2011-2012
District Paid Association Dues 2010-2011
There were no district paid lobbying costs for 2011-2012.
This page is in compliance with MCL § 388.1618.