The WIC program provides eligible participants with nutrition education, healthy foods, and referrals to health and social service programs. ITCN WIC partners with the vendors to ensure that participants have access to the nutritious foods that have been prescribed for them by our WIC Educator.
In order to become an authorized vendor by the Inter-Tribal Council of Nevada you must submit an application, meet all selection criteria, pass a store inspection, stock the required amounts of WIC foods and/or formulas and offer them at a competitive price.
- Violations and Sanctions
- Vendor Termination of Contract
- Vendor Appeals
- Food Stamp Disqualification
- Vendor Selection and Limiting Criteria
- Vendor Monitoring – Compliance Buys
- Civil Money Penalty
- New Vendors Pre-Site Preauthorization Inspections
- Vendor Application and Authorization Process
- Vendor Peer Group Criteria
- Vendor Competitive Price Criteria
- Restriction on Vendor Incentive Items