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e. Erroneous Termination for Default. If, after notice of termination of Contractor's right to proceed
under the provisions of this clause, it is determined for any reason that the contract was not in default
under the provisions of this clause, or that the delay was excusable under the provisions of Paragraph
(4) (Excuse for Nonperformance or Delayed Performance) of this clause, the rights and obligations of
the parties shall, if the contract contains a clause providing for termination for convenience of the State,
be the same as if the notice of termination had been issued pursuant to such clause.
f. Additional Rights and Remedies. The rights and remedies provided in this clause are in addition to any
other rights and remedies provided by law or under this contract.
17. E-Payment. Contractor agrees to accept all payments in United States currency via the State of
Mississippi’s electronic payment and remittance vehicle. The Agency agrees to make payment in
accordance with Mississippi law on “Timely Payments for Purchases by Public Bodies,” which generally
provides for payment of undisputed amounts by the Agency within forty-five (45) days of receipt of
invoice. Miss. Code Ann. § 31-7-305 (1972, as amended).
18. E-Verification. If applicable, Contractor represents and warrants that it will ensure its compliance with
the Mississippi Employment Protection Act of 2008, and will register and participate in the status
verification system for all newly hired employees. Miss. Code Ann. §§ 71-11-1 et seq. (1972, as amended).
The term “employee” as used herein means any person that is hired to perform work within the State of
Mississippi. As used herein, “status verification system” means the Illegal Immigration Reform and
Immigration Responsibility Act of 1996 that is operated by the United States Department of Homeland
Security, also known as the E-Verify Program, or any other successor electronic verification system
replacing the E-Verify Program. Contractor agrees to maintain records of such compliance. Upon request
of the State and after approval of the Social Security Administration or Department of Homeland Security
when required, Contractor agrees to provide a copy of each such verification. Contractor further represents
and warrants that any person assigned to perform services hereafter meets the employment eligibility
requirements of all immigration laws. The breach of this agreement may subject Contractor to the
a. termination of this contract for services and ineligibility for any state or public contract in Mississippi
for up to three (3) years with notice of such cancellation/termination being made public;
b. the loss of any license, permit, certification or other document granted to Contractor by an agency,
department or governmental entity for the right to do business in Mississippi for up to one (1) year; or,
In the event of such cancellation/termination, Contractor would also be liable for any additional costs
incurred by the State due to Contract cancellation or loss of license or permit to do business in the State.
19. Transparency. This contract, including any accompanying exhibits, attachments, and appendices, is
subject to the “Mississippi Public Records Act of 1983,” and its exceptions. See Miss. Code Ann. §§
25-61-1 et seq. (1972, as amended) and Miss. Code Ann. § 79-23-1 (1972, as amended). In addition, this
contract is subject to the provisions of the Mississippi Accountability and Transparency Act of 2008. Miss.
Code Ann. §§ 27-104-151 et seq. (1972, as amended). Unless exempted from disclosure due to a
court-issued protective order, a copy of this executed contract is required to be posted to the Department