Information Privacy and Security Provisions (Article 14)
To learn more about Article 14, please refer to the Privacy Resources page.
Exclusion and Debarment Verification
HHSA contractors (and sub-contractors) must not be, and must not have, an employee working on a contract, who is listed on the Office of Inspector General (OIG) List of Excluded Individuals/Entities, the General Services Administration (GSA) Excluded Parties Listing or California Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) List of Suspended or Ineligible Providers.
Any contractor or contractor employee who appears on the OIG, GSA or
DHCS lists is prohibited from working in any HHSA-funded program or
interacting with any HHSA clients. The lists may be checked through
the links below.
▪ U.S. Office of Inspector General List of Excluded Individuals/Entities
▪ U.S. General Services Administration Excluded Parties List
▪ California Department of Health Care Services List of Suspended or Ineligible Providers
Requirements, Responsibilities and Training
BAC serves as a compliance, privacy, and security resource to HHSA programs and contractors, and offers a variety of educational resources, including the following:
Privacy Incident Reporting
To learn more about Privacy and Security Incident Reporting, please refer to the Report a Concern page.
FAQ for HHSA Contractors
BAC works closely with HHSA contractors to ensure they understand and adhere to all relevant laws, rules, regulations, and requirements. The following links on this page will assist you with some of the most commonly asked questions and topics.