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21.11.12.00.htm 21.11.12.00. Title 21 STATE PROCUREMENT REGULATIONS Subtitle 11 SOCIOECONOMIC POLICIES Chapter 12 State Apprenticeship Training Fund Authority: State Finance and Procurement Article, §17-603―17-606, Annotated Code of Maryland
21.11.12.01.htm 21.11.12.01. 01 Definitions.. A. In this chapter, the following terms have the meanings indicated.. B. Terms Defined.. 1) “Approved apprenticeship program” means an apprenticeship program or an organization with an apprenticeship program which has been registered with, and approved by, the Maryland Apprenticeship and Training Council or the United States Department of Labor.2) “Commissioner” means the Commissioner of Labor and Industry.. 3) “Covered craft” means a classification of worke
21.11.12.02.htm 21.11.12.02. 02 Hourly Contribution Rate.. A. If a contractor participates in an apprenticeship training program for each covered craft, the contractor satisfies their obligation under State Finance and Procurement Article, §17-603(a)1) Annotated Code of Maryland, by making contributions of at least 25 cents per person per hour.B. If a subcontractor participates in an apprenticeship training program for each covered craft, the subcontractor satisfies their obligation under St
21.11.12.03.htm 21.11.12.03. 03 Contractor and Subcontractor Registration.. A. Contractors performing work on a prevailing wage project shall complete the registration process at the Division of Labor and Industry’s website at https:www.dllr.state.md.us/prevwage.B. Subcontractors who are performing work valued at $100,000 or more on a prevailing wage project shall complete the registration process at the Division of Labor and Industry’s website at https:www.dllr.state.md.us/prevwage.C. Prior to the commencem
21.11.12.04.htm 21.11.12.04. 04 Contractor and Subcontractor Notification to Subcontractors.. A. Contractors and subcontractors who hire subcontractors performing work valued at $100,000 or more on a public work contract subject to the Maryland Prevailing Wage Law shall provide the subcontractors with written notice of the following requirements:1) Subcontractors shall complete the registration process at the Division of Labor and Industry’s website at https:www.dllr.state.md.us/prevwage;
21.11.12.05.htm 21.11.12.05. 05 Contractor and Subcontractor Obligations Related to Contributions.. Contractors and subcontractors are required to:. A. Indicate on their prevailing wage payroll record their contributions under State Finance and Procurement Article, §17-603 or 17-604, Annotated Code of Maryland; andB. Certify that the contributions were received by an approved apprenticeship program or the Fund..
21.11.12.06.htm 21.11.12.06. 06 Notification to Division of Labor and Industry of Changes to Designated Approved Apprenticeship Programs or Fund.A. Contractors and subcontractors shall log onto the Division of Labor and Industry’s website at https:www.dllr.state.md.us/prevwage and indicate each approved apprenticeship program or the Fund to which it will make contributions.B. If a contractor or subcontractor intends to change a designation, it shall log onto the Division of Labor and Industry’s w
21.11.12.07.htm 21.11.12.07. 07 Approved Apprenticeship Program Obligations.. A. Upon notice from the Division of Labor and Industry that the approved apprenticeship program has been designated for contributions by a contractor or subcontractor, an approved apprenticeship program shall register on the Division of Labor and Industry’s website at https:www.dllr.state.md.us/prevwage.B. An approved apprenticeship program shall complete the requested information on contributions received from contractors and
21.11.12.08.htm 21.11.12.08. 08 Audit of an Approved Apprenticeship Program.. The Commissioner may require an independent audit by a certified public accountant of an approved apprenticeship program to verify that contributions received are used consistent with this subtitle.
21.11.12.09.htm 21.11.12.09. 09 Enforcement Procedures.. A. The Commissioner may investigate whether State Finance and Procurement Article, Title 17, Subtitle 6, Annotated Code of Maryland, has been violated:1) On the Commissioner’s own initiative;. 2) On receipt of a written complaint; or. 3) On referral from another State agency.. B. The Commissioner may require a contractor, subcontractor, or an approved apprenticeship program to produce records as part of its investigation.
21.11.12.9999.htm 21.11.12.9999. Administrative History Effective date: July 1, 2013(40:8 Md. R. 724).
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