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21.11.13.00.htm 21.11.13.00. Title 21 STATE PROCUREMENT REGULATIONS Subtitle 11 SOCIOECONOMIC POLICIES Chapter 13 State Apprenticeship Training Fund ― Capital Construction Projects Authority: State Finance and Procurement Article, §17-6A-01―17-6A-06, Annotated Code of Maryland
21.11.13.01.htm 21.11.13.01. 01 Definitions.. A. In this chapter, the following terms have the meanings indicated.. B. Terms Defined.. 1) “Covered contract” has the meaning stated in State Finance and Procurement Article, §17-6A-01(c) Annotated Code of Maryland.2) “Department” means the Maryland Department of Labor.. 3) “Fund” has the meaning set forth in State Finance and Procurement Article, §17-6A-01(e) Annotated Code of Maryland.4) “Registered apprenticeship program” means an apprenticeship program whic
21.11.13.02.htm 21.11.13.02. 02 Applicability.. A. Each contractor or subcontractor awarded a covered contract defined in Regulation .01 of this chapter shall:1) Both:. a) Be affiliated with a registered apprenticeship program; and. b) Use apprentices from registered apprenticeship programs for each craft or trade in which the contractor or subcontractor employs individuals to complete the contract; or2) Either:. a) Make payments to the Fund; or. b) Make payments to a registered apprenticeship program..
21.11.13.03.htm 21.11.13.03. 03 Hourly Contribution Rate.. A. Contractors and subcontractors that elect to make payments as described in Regulation .02 of this chapter shall pay 25 cents per individual per hour, for each employee who is employed to complete the contract, to:1) A registered apprenticeship program; or. 2) The Fund.. B. Payments described in §A of this regulation shall be made on a monthly basis..
21.11.13.04.htm 21.11.13.04. 04 Registration.. A. Contractors performing work on a covered contract shall complete the registration process at the Department’s website.B. Prior to the commencement of work, a registered contractor shall log onto Department’s website and complete the required project log information, including, but not limited to, the following:1) Identification of the capital project or grant;. 2) Contract value;. 3) Identification of subcontractors with contracts valued at $500,000 or mo
21.11.13.05.htm 21.11.13.05. 05 Notification.. A. Contractors who hire subcontractors performing work valued at $500,000 or more on a covered contract, shall provide the subcontractors with written notice of the following requirements:1) Subcontractors performing work valued at $500,000 or more on a covered contract shall complete the registration process on the Department’s website; and2) Prior to the commencement of work, a subcontractor shall log onto the Department’s website and complete the required proje
21.11.13.06.htm 21.11.13.06. 06 Contractor’s and Subcontractor’s Obligations Related to Contributions.. Contractors and subcontractors who elect to make contributions to a registered apprenticeship program or the Fund are required to comply with the following requirements:A. Indicate on their capital construction payroll records their contributions under State Finance and Procurement Article, §17-6A- 03 or §17-6A-04, Annotated Code of Maryland; andB. Certify to the Secretary, or the Secretary’s de
21.11.13.07.htm 21.11.13.07. 47:14 .07 Registered Apprenticeship Program’s Obligations Related to Contributions.. Upon request from contractors or subcontractors, registered apprenticeship programs shall provide written documentation to the contractors or subcontractors verifying their affiliation with the applicable program.
21.11.13.08.htm 21.11.13.08. 08 Notification of Intended Changes to Designated Registered Apprenticeship Programs or the Fund.. A. Thirty days prior to making a change in the designation of applicable apprenticeship or contribution to the Fund, a contractor or subcontractor shall log onto the Department’s website to indicate the intended change.B. A contractor or subcontractor making payments to the Fund may make a written request to the Secretary that the contributions be directed to a speci
21.11.13.09.htm 21.11.13.09. 09 Registered Apprenticeship Program’s Obligations.. A. Upon notice from the Department’s Division of Workforce Development and Adult Learning that the registered apprenticeship program has been designated for contributions by a contractor or subcontractor, a registered apprenticeship program shall register on the Department’s website.B. A registered apprenticeship program shall comply with the following requirements:. 1) Complete the requested information on contribut
21.11.13.10.htm 21.11.13.10. 47:14 .10 Audit of a Registered Apprenticeship Program.. The Secretary, or the Secretary’s designee, may require an independent audit by a certified public accountant of a registered apprenticeship program to verify that contributions received from contractors and subcontractors are used consistently with requirements set forth inState Finance and Procurement Article, §17-6A-01―17-6A-06, Annotated Code of Maryland and this chapter.
21.11.13.11.htm 21.11.13.11. 11 Enforcement Procedures.. A. The Secretary, or the Secretary’s designee,may investigate whether State Finance and Procurement Article, Title 17, Subtitle 6A, Annotated Code of Maryland, has been violated:1) On the Secretary’s, or the Secretary’s designee, own initiative;. 2) On receipt of a written complaint; or. 3) On referral from another State agency.. B. The Secretary, or the Secretary’s designee, may require a contractor, subcontractor, or registered apprenticeship program
21.11.13.9999.htm 21.11.13.9999. Administrative History Regulations .01―10 recodified from COMAR 21.11.13 to COMAR 21.11.14 effective December 28, 2020 (47:26 Md. R. 1108) ―Regulations .01―11 adopted effective December 28, 2020 (47:26 Md. R. 1108).
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