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subsection and use it as a reference to determine if irregularities may exist in the activity of the DBE.

The Contractor is required to complete a "DBE Participation" form to accompany each contract that requires DBE participation. No work shall be performed by the Contractor or any other Subcontractor on the work originally committed to or included in a subcontract (including purchase orders or other written agreements) with a DBE without prior written approval by the Department.

Upon receipt of satisfactory evidence of the original DBE’s inability or unwillingness to perform, the Resident Engineer (after conferring with the Construction Office) shall notify the Contractor in writing of approval of termination of the original DBE and advise that good faith efforts to replace the DBE subcontractor shall be directed at finding another DBE to perform at least the same amount of work (not necessarily the same work) under the contract as the DBE that was terminated, to the extent needed to meet the contract goal established for the project. Documentation of DBE replacement or good faith efforts for replacement is expected within 14 calendar days of the date of this letter.

If neither an acceptable plan to meet the goal is received nor acceptable documentation of good faith efforts to meet the goal is not received within 14 calendar days, payment will be recovered from the Contractor in the amount of the DBE goal shortfall. If acceptable documentation of good faith efforts to meet the DBE goal is received, the Contractor will have another 14 calendar days to submit a plan to meet the goal or provide acceptable documentation of continuing good faith efforts to meet the goal. Should documentation not be received within the 14 calendar days, payment will be recovered from the Contractor or will continue to be withheld in the amount of the

DBE goal shortfall, pending acceptable good faith efforts to acceptable plan to meet the Contract goal. This process shall day cycle until an acceptable plan to meet the DBE goal is completed and a final determination of good faith efforts Engineers should confer with the Construction Office on this.

meet the DBE goal or an continue in a 14-calendar-

in place or the

project is

can be made.

Resident

When a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise is included on the participation form,

added as a substitute or has a Subsection 103.08 of the Standard

apply. The following procedure compliance with these policies:

subcontract on a project, the requirements of Specifications for Highway Construction should has been developed as a means of monitoring

When a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise is included on the participation form,

added as a substitute or has a Subsection 103.08 of the Standard

apply. The following procedure compliance with these policies:

subcontract on a project, the requirements of Specifications for Highway Construction should has been developed as a means of monitoring

(a) On - Site Inspection / Use and Rental of Equipment. The Resident Engineer's EEO Field Inspector/Labor Compliance Officer should conduct a job site inspection at the start of work by a DBE. During this inspection, it should be determined if the workers are permanent employees of the DBE and if the equipment is owned by the DBE. A DBE should not be allowed to use employees or equipment of another company without prior approval by the Department. In cases where a DBE proposes short-term or temporary use of another Contractor's employees or equipment, the Resident Engineer

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