It’s a big set of contracts: $6.4 million for “various providers of professional medical, dental, behavioral health and other support services” to be considered Tuesday by the county Board of Supervisors.

But none of the actual contractors are listed in the staff report or attachments, including on the proposed contract itself.

Instead, the proposed Health Care Agency contract simply lists the vendors as “NAME.”

It isn’t the first time missing information from county agendas has raised eyebrows.

Some county supervisors, including Supervisor Todd Spitzer, have complained recently about key pieces of information not being included in county staff reports.

Tuesday’s supervisors meeting starts at 9:30 a.m. at the county Hall of Administration.

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