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  1. Here Ye!Here Ye! What’s New? Mike Renner and Ted Walschleger IDOT

  2. Senate Bill 51 • Ethics Reform / Increased Oversight • Chief Procurement Officer • Communications Reporting • Prequalification Study • Subcontracting

  3. Illinois Procurement Code 30 ILCS 500Senate Bill 51—Public Act 96-0795 & Public Act 96-0920 Sec. 1-15.07—New definition of “subcontract” Sec. 20-120—subcontractor requirements Prime must state whether the services of a subcontractor will or may be used For IDOT, only applies to first tier subcontractors Trucking firms and material suppliers are not considered subcontractors by the Department Prime must notify the Department if subcontractors are added or changed Subcontracts must include subcontractor certifications

  4. Illinois Procurement Code 30 ILCS 500Senate Bill 51—Public Act 96-0795 & Public Act 96-0920 Article 50—Subcontractor certifications Sec. 50-5 Bribery Sec. 50-10.5 Prohibited bidders Sec. 50-11 Debt delinquency Sec. 50-12 Collection and remittance of use tax Sec. 50-14 Environmental Protection Act violations

  5. Illinois Procurement Code 30 ILCS 500Senate Bill 51—Public Act 96-0795 & Public Act 96-0920 Additional Changes to the Procurement Code Sec. 50-35—Financial disclosures and potential conflicts of interest Sec. 50-60—Voidable contracts Sec. 50-39—Procurement communications reporting requirement

  6. Subcontracting • 1st Tier > $25,000 • Additional Paperwork • 1st Tier < $25,000 & 2nd Tier • No Change • No Material Suppliers / Truckers

  7. Subcontracting • Prime Contractor submits • pdf • IDOT Website • Webinar • http://www.dot.il.gov/constructcontract.htm • Subcontractor cannot work until approved

  8. Subcontracting • Bid Proposal • Subcontractor Documentation • IDOT Web Site • Home Page/Procurement Reform • IDOT Web Site • Doing Business / Contractor Services • Subcontracting Packet • Properly Complete & Sign

  9. Subcontracting

  10. Subcontracting

  11. Subcontracting

  12. Subcontracting

  13. Union / Non-union ? Contractor must be able to satisfy the Apprenticeship and Training Certification as required by Section 30-22(6) of the Illinois Procurement Code. State funded projects only, does not apply to federally funded projects Training programs have to be approved and registered with the U.S. Dept. of Labor

  14. Union / Non-union ? Department may require proof of Certificate of Registration Each type of work or craft must be covered as shown on the CEWP Training can be thru ABC or Collective Bargaining Units Projects covered by Project Labor Agreement, prime contractor and subcontractors must be signatory to Collective Bargaining Agreements.

  15. Union / Non-union ? • PLA’s usually on larger projects that last longer than one construction season • These projects require a large skilled workforce • Project could have completion date • Dispute resolution procedures are put into place addressing contractual and jurisdictional disputes

  16. Union / Non-union ? • PLA’s ensure a timely completion of the project with no work stoppages • Prevailing wage laws apply • PLA’s can be on federally funded and state funded projects • PLA official document, IDOT website under Doing Business, Letting and Bidding Information Presented by Patrick A. Parsons, IPMA-CP, SPHR

  17. ? ? Extra Work Prompt Payment ? ? ? Retainage Mobilization contractors evaluation ? ? Back Charging Subs ?