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Chapter 8. Office of the Director
Subchapter 3. Payment of Prevailing Wages upon Public Works
Article 6. Certified Payroll Records: Requests, Content, and Cost

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§16404. Use of Electronic Reporting Forms.

The certified payroll records required by Labor Code Section 1776 may be maintained and submitted electronically subject to all of the following conditions:

(a) The reports must contain all of the information required by Labor Code Section 1776, with the information organized in a manner that is similar or identical to how the information is reported on the Department of Industrial Relations' suggested "Public Works Payroll Reporting Form" (Form A-1-131);

(b) The reports shall be in a format and use software that is readily accessible and available to contractors, awarding bodies, Labor Compliance Programs, and the Department of Industrial Relations;

(c) Reports submitted to an awarding body, a Labor Compliance Program, the Division of Labor Standards Enforcement, or other entity within the Department of Industrial Relations must be either (1) in the form of a non-modifiable image or record that bears an electronic signature or includes a copy of any original certification made on paper, or alternatively (2) printed out and submitted on paper with an original signature;

(d) The requirements for redacting certain information shall be followed when certified payroll records are disclosed to the public pursuant to Labor Code Section 1776(e), whether the records are provided electronically or as hard copies; and

(e) No contractor or subcontractor shall be mandated to submit or receive electronic reports when it otherwise lacks the resources or capacity to do so, nor shall any contractor or subcontractor be required to purchase or use proprietary software that is not generally available to the public.
     Note: Authority cited: Sections 54, 55, 1773.5 and 1776, Labor Code. Reference: Section 1776, Labor Code.  


 HISTORY 
   
1. New section filed 12-22-2008; operative 1-21-2009 (Register 2008, No.52).

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