Doing Business with DCF This page is for vendors and grantees to help them understand how to obtain a contract with the Department of Children and Families, and provides links to resources for existing DCF contractors and grantees to help them comply with contract requirements. Current DCF Contractors Accounts Payable - Instructions for suppliers (not grantees) about how to submit invoices Audit Information - Many DCF contracts require audits. Refer to your contract to determine if an audit is necessary. DCF Allowable Cost Policy Manual - The most current version of the DCF Allowable Cost Policy Manual DCF SPARC - (System for Payments and Reports of Contracts) The Grant Contract Reporting and Payment System Civil Rights Compliance - Most DCF contractors are required to comply with Civil Rights requirements. Child Care (CC) and Income Maintenance (IM) Eligibility Percentages DocuSign - Instructions for signing contracts electronically Federal Award and Subaward Requirements by CFDA - List of all federal requirements by funding source IT Systems - How to obtain access to any of the DCF operated IT systems RMS (Random Moment Sampling) and RMTS (Random Moment Time Study) Regional Operations STAR Supplier Registration Forms - To provide tax payer information for payments and add or modify an address Tax Exempt Form - DCF's tax exempt certificate Travel Rates - Current State Travel Rates Prospective DCF Contractors Vendornet - The State of Wisconsin operates this site to publish all procurements over $50,000 for all State Agencies. Many local government units use this system as well. All organizations hoping to become contractors are encouraged to subscribe to the system. Commodity Code Help - Getting appropriate notifications from Vendornet requires the organization to identify accurate commodity codes How to Respond to an RFP Overview of DCF Contracting Not finding what you are looking for? Contact us.