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21.11.11.00.htm 21.11.11.00. Title 21 STATE PROCUREMENT REGULATIONS Subtitle 11 SOCIOECONOMIC POLICIES Chapter 11 Prevailing Wage ― Contracts for Public Works Authority: State Finance and Procurement Article, §17-204(a) Annotated Code of Maryland
21.11.11.01.htm 21.11.11.01. 01 Definitions.. A. In this chapter, the following terms have the meanings indicated.. B. Terms Defined.. 1) "Established locality" means the nearest locality in Maryland which most closely approximates the site of the public work in terms of population, degree of industrialization, and skill of the work force.2) "Overtime" means:. a) Work performed in excess of 10 hours per calendar day, or work performed on Sundays and legal holidays, including but not limited to:
21.11.11.02.htm 21.11.11.02. 02 Payroll Records.. A. Within 14 days after the end of each payroll period, a contractor shall submit electronically to the Commissioner of Labor and Industry in a format approved by the Commissioner of Labor and Industry a complete copy of:1) The contractor's payroll records; and. 2) Each subcontractor's payroll records.. B. The Commissioner of Labor and Industry shall be responsible for providing the contractor’s or subcontractor’s payroll records to the contracting pu
21.11.11.03.htm 21.11.11.03. 03 Compilation of Wage Rate Determination.. A. The Commissioner shall conduct ongoing surveys to obtain and compile wage rate information.. B. The Commissioner shall encourage contractors, contractors' associations, labor organizations, public officials, and other interested parties to submit voluntarily data detailing wage rates paid to workers on various types of construction in all localities. The following apply:1) Rates are determined for various types of const
21.11.11.04.htm 21.11.11.04. 04 Bona Fide Fringe Benefits.. A. If the amount of bona fide fringe benefits paid by an employer exceeds the bona fide fringe benefits rate in a prevailing wage determination, an employer may credit, up to 20 percent of the basic rate, the amount of excess bona fide fringe benefits against the basic wage rate.B. If the employer does not have a bona fide fringe benefit amount equal to or more than the prevailing wage bona fide fringe benefit amount, the employer shall pay the differ
21.11.11.05.htm 21.11.11.05. 05 Apprentice Bona Fide Fringe Benefits.. An apprentice shall be paid the full amount of the bona fide fringe benefit in the prevailing wage determination for the applicable classification unless the apprentice’s apprenticeship program as approved by the Maryland Apprenticeship and Training Council provides for the payment of a percentage of the bona fide fringe benefit amount.
21.11.11.06.htm 21.11.11.06. 06 Rules of Procedure for Hearings.. A. This regulation supplements the requirements of the Administrative Procedure Act, State Government Article, Title 10, Subtitle 2, Annotated Code of Maryland, and COMAR 09.01.02 and 09.01.03.B. The hearing officer shall be the Commissioner of Labor and Industry, or the Commissioner's designee.C. The hearing officer may:. 1) Administer oaths and affirmations;. 2) Rule on procedural matters and offers of proof and receive relevant evidence;.
21.11.11.07.htm 21.11.11.07. 07 Commissioner’s Investigation.. If the Commissioner receives a complaint that an employee under a public work contract was paid less than the prevailing wage rate for that employee’s classification, the Commissioner shall investigate the complaint and attempt to resolve the complaint informally within 90 days of receipt of the complaint.
21.11.11.9999.htm 21.11.11.9999. Administrative History Effective date: July 1, 1981 (8:13 Md. R. II-5). Regulations .01―06 repealed and new Regulations .01―04 adopted effective October 17, 1988 (15:21 Md. R. 2469)Regulation .01B amended effective July 12, 1999 (26:14 Md. R. 1083). Regulation .02C amended effective February 9, 1998 (25:3 Md. R. 146). Regulation .03E amended effective January 23, 1989 (16:1 Md. R. 72). Regulation .05 adopted effective April 18, 2011 (38:31 Md. R. 509) ―.
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