A Statement of Work contains essential information regarding the work that will be performed by an independent contractor. Do not submit this document to Procurement & Contracts, but use it as a guide when you are completing the Services iRequest in Marketplace, specifically the 'Describe services' section.
To help you format the Statement of Work, use the examples below.
Example 1 — Statement of Work for Personal Services
- Project scope: Provide technical writing services for the NOA project
- Period of performance: April 1 through June 30, 2002.
- UCSD project manager: P.I. Barnie Dunn.
- Title: NOA Grant #R01 43462-2
- Physical location: Work will be performed off campus at vendor's address.
- Supplies and equipment: No University supplies or equipment will be used.
- Payment rate: 50 hours @ $60.00 per hour
- Total not to exceed: $3,000.00.
- Payment terms: No discount, vendor will invoice bimonthly.
- Employee-vendor relationship: An employee-vendor relationship exists, Employee-Vendor Disclosure form faxed to Procurement & Contracts.
- Worker's citizenship: Vendor is U.S. Citizen.
Example 2 — Statement of Work for Professional Services
- Project scope: Provide applicant recruitment services designed to target under-represented groups, develop applicant pools for identified job groups, and promote UCSD as an employer of choice for diverse populations.
- Recruitment services report due 4/1/02
- Applicant pools per job group due 5/1/02
- Marketing promotion report/schedule due 6/1/02
- Period of performance: 1/15/02 - 6/30/02
- UCSD project manger: Assoc. V.C. Barnie Dunn.
- Title: n/a
- Physical location: Work will be performed on and off campus.
- Supplies and equipment: Vendor will use office computer/ supplies when working on campus.
- Payment rate: Flat fee $15,000
- Total not to exceed: $15,000.00.
- Payment terms: Vendor will invoice UCSD upon delivery of each deliverable.
- Employee-vendor relationship: Vendor is not related to, and has no past/ current affiliation with, any UC employee.
- Worker's citizenship: n/a.
Note: Many contractors provide a proposal or service agreement. Procurement & Contracts must review these documents before they can be included in the purchase order. You can't use these documents in place of a Statement of Work.