SERVICE CONTRACT REQUIREMENTS
FOR THE PERFORMANCE OF SERVICE CONTRACTS WITHIN THE UNITED STATES
Public Law 2005, Chapter 92 ( N.J.S.A 52:34-13.2)
Formerly Executive 129
Effective August 3, 2005
To be eligible for an award, a vendor must comply with the requirements of Public Law 2005, Chapter 92 (N.J.S.A. 52:34-13.2)
On May 5, 2005, Acting Governor Richard J. Codey signed Public Law 2005, Chapter 92 (Senate Bill No. S494). P.L. 2005, c. 92 requires that State contracts primarily for the performance of services must include provisions specifying that all services performed under the contract or performed under any subcontract awarded under the contract must be performed within the United States . This requirement applies unless the Director certifies that the service cannot be provided by a contractor or subcontractor within the United States and the certification is approved by the Treasurer, or the Director certifies that inclusion of this provision would violate the terms, conditions or limitations of any grant, funding or financial assistance from the Federal government.
To view Public Law 2005, Chapter 92, click here
To view Executive Order 129, click here
DISCLOSURE FORMS AND INSTRUCTIONS:
- Requires Vendor to complete and submit a Disclosure Certification Form.
The Source Disclosure Form is required to be submitted with all advertised procurements and prior to contract award for all other procurements primarily for the performance of services.
- New Contracts
All contracts awarded on or after August 3, 2005 are subject to the requirements of P.L. 2005, c. 92, and the source disclosure requirements.
Are available on the website under Doing Business - Vendor Forms