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the Contractor is a DBE firm, then the certification of payments to DBE and non-DBEs must be submitted. If a DBE firm utilized by the Contractor further subcontracts a portion of its work, a certification of payments to second tier Subcontractors must be completed by the DBE and submitted by the Contractor. If a non-DBE Subcontractor further subcontracts a portion of its work to a DBE, then a certification of payments to the DBE is required. The payment log for Non-DBE Prime/Subcontractor should be

used. In lieu of these forms, the estimates provided the required certifications must be submitted to

Contractor may submit a copy of Subcontractor pay information and certification are included. All the Resident Engineer within thirty (30) calendar days

following

the

end

of

an

estimate

period.

Forms

are

not

required

if

the

DBE

or

its

Subcontractor(s) do not perform these forms are shown in Figures

work items being paid on the estimate. Examples of 107-14 through 107-16. The forms are available on the

Construction Directory of the LAN under the MISC dbepc.doc, pay-dbesubs.doc, pay-nondbe.doc).

subdirectory

(CSD4\Misc\EEO\pay-

The Resident Engineer should review the information submitted and compare it to

the items of work for which the Contractor has received payment to determine that the Subcontractor has been paid for work performed. If a discrepancy is noted, the Resident Engineer should contact the Contractor for an explanation. The Resident Engineer or the office personnel should enter the payment data into the Subcontractor Payment Database within 10 days of receipt. The original payment forms will be signed by the Resident Engineer verifying accuracy of payment and entered into the payment system

and be retained in the Resident Engineer’s office.

(d) Certification of Final Payment. Upon completion of the contract, a final certification of payments to DBEs must be completed. (A copy of the form is included as Figure 107-17.) The Resident Engineer should review the information and amounts recorded on the form for accuracy and validity. If the Contractor is a DBE, the work performed with the DBE Contractor’s own forces and DBE Subcontractors should be shown. If the goal is not met the Resident Engineer should review the Contractor’s explanation and verify its accuracy. If a goal shortfall is not explained, the Resident Engineer should contact the Contractor and require an explanation prior to submitting the

Certificate with subdirectory of

the

Final Estimate.

the

Construction

This form

Directory

of

is also available under the MISC the LAN (CSD4\Misc\EEO\pay-

finalcer.doc).

  • (e)

    General. Other items of importance regarding DBE requirements include:

    • 1.

      The Contractor must pay all Subcontractors, including DBE Subcontractors,

their

respective Contractor 30 days of

subcontract amount for acceptable work receives payment from the Department and the Subcontractor completing its portion of

within ten (10) days after the retainage must be returned within the work. Details on payment of

Subcontractors

can

be

found

in

Subsection

108.01

of

the

Standard

Specifications

and

the

applicable Supplemental Specifications. 2. Credit toward a DBE goal will only be

allowed

for

work

actually

performed

Prime Contractor Or Subcontractor 3. Consistent with normal industry

for which practices,

it is certified. a Subcontractor

may

subcontract

by

up

a

DBE

to

70%

of the work subcontract.

when approved by the Department in the same However, if a DBE Subcontractor subcontracts a

manner

as any other

portion

of its work to

Rev. 3-23-05

Page 100-72

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