Public Contracting Requirements – Not Just for “Traditional” Government Contractors

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Federal and state laws contain many construction-related requirements that are routine for traditional government contracts and contractors. Not routine, however, are applications of these requirements outside the realm of traditional “public works” projects. Private developers, contractors and quasi governmental entities often are surprised to learn that these public contracting requirements invade projects not thought to be typical government contract projects.

This happens most often where private development projects contain one or more public incentives. Examples include tax credits, special development districts, tax exemptions, tax abatement, and development bonds. Additionally, governments often condition land use approvals of private development projects on the developer’s agreement to make public improvements (often in the nature of traffic-related improvements such as road widening, turn-lane construction, and signalization). Depending on the structure of the incentive or the improvement, the law may impose one or more of the following requirements.

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Topics:  Competitive Bidding, Contract Drafting, Contractors, E-Verify, Performance Bonds, Wages

Published In: Construction Updates, Government Contracting Updates, Zoning, Planning & Land Use Updates

DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.

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