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Prevailing Wage and Labor Compliance Software Prog

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Bid Information

Bid Alert No: 00000465737

Bid Title: Prevailing Wage and Labor Compliance Software Prog

Agency Bid No. Title: CSP16-10919

Received Date: 01/21/2016

Close Date: 02/03/2016

Purchase Type: Term:

Delivery Point: Ohio

Delivery Date: Not Stated

Special Notices: Questions Due By 01/29/2016


Specifications include, but are not limited to:A fully automated, online Construction Management data analysis application that will allow us to analyze our total project contractor workforce diversity categories including, but not limited to, ethnicity (Caucasian, Black African American), Hispanic, others), Gender and Zip Code (Cuyahoga County and non-incounty); in addition, reporting of contractors contractual amount to include various categories such as SBE, FBE and MBE and multi-tier labor reporting data. Attributes to include with this service/application are the ability to:Monitoring compliance with system prevailing wage regulations.Tracking project contractors/vendors workforce and contractual amount by various diversity categories required by MetroHealth Hospital with the flexibility for future category modifications.Web base software with conventional system access capabilityCustomization of reporting availabilityIntegration opportunity with e-Builder systemServices to be included:Implementation services inclusive of onsite and web based training for both MetroHealth users and its contractors/vendorsDedicated account manager and support staffEmergency contact staff and any system issue tech support availability

Product Codes: 20969, 20868

Agency Information

Issuing Agency: The MetroHealth System (MetroHealth)

State: Ohio

Agency Type: State and Local

Contact: Patrick M. Vanderbilt 4229 Pearl Road, Suite SM2-50, Cleveland, Ohio, 44109

Fax: 216-957-3765




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