Notice to Contractors (NTC)

Report
Today’s Topics: Overview
1.What is an NTC
2.Why do we use them
3.What type of information is required
4.What type of information should be
included
5.Labor Code Changes with SB854
6.Questions and Answers




This is the invitation...
 The Advertisement for
bids
Who do you want to come to
the party?... Competition
What will make them choose
my invitation… Format
What information is required
on the NTC… Content
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
Contractor classification required.
Place for receipt of bids.
Date and time bids are to be received.
Distinct description of project
(including how and where to obtain
detailed specifications).
Time, date and location of any
mandatory pre-bid conference.
6)
7)
8)
9)
10)
11)
Language regarding prevailing wages.
Where copies of the prevailing wage rates may
be obtained.
Bid security requirement.
Statement that payment bond is required for
projects over $25,000.
Statement regarding escrow in lieu of retention.
For state and federally funded projects, any
statements required by the funding source and
any SBE/UDBE goals and outreach.
• Phased – in Changes include the following:
• Public Works Contractor Registration
Program
• Notice Requirements (NTC)
• Furnishing of Electronic Payroll
• No contractor or subcontractor may be
listed on a bid proposal for a public works
project (submitted on or after March 1,
2015) unless registered with the
Department of Industrial Relations
pursuant to Labor Code section 1725.5
[with limited exceptions from this
requirement for bid purposes only under
Labor Code section 1771.1(a)].
• No contractor or subcontractor may be
awarded a contract for public work on a
public works project (awarded on or after
April 1, 2015) unless registered with the
Department of Industrial Relations
pursuant to Labor Code section 1725.5.
• This project is subject to compliance
monitoring and enforcement by the
Department of Industrial Relations.
• ALL Contractors and Subcontractors must
furnish electronic certified payroll records
directly to the Labor Commissioner (AKA
Division of Labor Standards Enforcement)
Contact Information:
Tracy Soth
Sr. Contract Services Officer
Sacramento County
[email protected]

similar documents