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The first payroll submitted by the Prime Contractor and each Subcontractor must be checked for compliance with the wage provisions of the Contract. Items to be checked are as follows:

  • Work classification for each employee.

  • Hourly wage rates for each employee, including fringe benefits, if applicable.

  • Daily and weekly total hours shown.

  • The signed certification.

  • Itemized deductions.

  • Arithmetic.

  • Overtime calculations.

When overtime is incurred, it should be computed at one and one-half times the hourly rate for the classification under which the overtime is incurred.

Follow-up checking of all payrolls on Federal-Aid contracts should also be done. This includes checking payrolls for the Prime contractor and each subcontractor working on the project. As a minimum, follow-up checking of payrolls should include verifying:

  • Timely submission of payrolls to the Resident Engineer from each Contractor

and subcontractor performing work.

  • All weeks to date are accounted for.

  • Work classification for each employee.

  • Payment of Minimum Wage for Work Classification of each employee.

  • The signed certification.

In addition, periodic complete checking of contractor and subcontractor payrolls (i.e., in the same manner as required for the first payroll submitted by a contractor) should be performed periodically throughout the life of Federal-Aid projects.

Rev. 2-14-05

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