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2003 SPECIFICATIONS

SECTION 107

Right-of-Way Division should be contacted for guidance. Examples of completed TCE

forms are shown in Appendix II.

Blank TCE forms are available on the Misc

subdirectory of the Construction Drive of the LAN (CSD4:\\misc\tce.doc).

107.05 Equal Employment Opportunity

(a)

General.

The Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Program is designed

prevent discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, disability and to promote equal opportunity for employment.

national

origin,

age,

to or

(b) Applicability. This program is applicable to all Federal Aid prime contracts and all subcontracts in the amount of $10,000 or more.

(c) Duties of the Resident Engineer. The following is a list of the duties of the Resident Engineer (RE) as it relates to the administration of the EEO requirements contained in the FHWA-1273 Special Provision:

(1)

Conduct

Pre-Construction

Conferences

in

accordance

with

Subsection 108.01 of this Manual.

(2) Appoint an EEO Field Inspector. The Resident Engineer should submit a memorandum to the State Construction Engineer identifying the name and title of the employee designated as the EEO Field Inspector for the Resident Engineer Office. Copies of the memo are to be sent to the District Engineer and the EEO Section.

(3) Instruct

the EEO

(Figure

107-4). This

form is

Field Inspector in available on the

the use of the EEO Construction Drive

Field Report of the LAN

(CSD4:\\misc\eeo\fieldrpt.doc).

(4) Ensure EEO Field Reports of Prime Contractors and Subcontractors are

submitted on all Federal Aid projects. Subcontractors should be written into the

The name

of the

appropriate

blank.

Prime Contractor and all Indicate in the appropriate

column if the Prime Contractor (Yes - No), whether they are a

and/or Subcontractor worked during the DBE (Yes - No) and the date of the field

reporting period inspection. The

first EEO Field Report shall be completed on after the Contractor begins work. This report quarter in which the first field inspection was

each Contractor within thirty (30) days should be submitted after the end of the conducted. Subsequent reports shall be

submitted each quarter thereafter. The EEO Field Reports should not be desk audits or copied from previous reports. Information entered on these reflect only the activity which has occurred during the reporting period. thorough information should be provided on each Contractor. Additional needed to record this information. Remarks should not be made relative to Subcontractors who have not yet started work. Once started, however, continue until that Contractor or Subcontractor completes all work, even if

prepared from reports should Accurate and pages may be Contractors or remarks must the Contractor

is inactive on the two weeks after

project during a reporting the end of the reporting

period. period.

Reports should be submitted within If a job is substantially complete,

indicate on the last report that the job is substantially will be submitted. Distribution is as follows:

complete

and

no

additional

reports

Original Copy

EEO Section Resident Engineer's Job File

Page 100-53

7-01-03

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