Department of Transportation


Phone: 609.963.2332       Fax: 609.530.6586


REVISED: Civil Rights Procedures

Revisions to Form DC-74A Effective September 2022

The Bureau of Construction Services is pleased to announce a revision to the Form DC-74A, effective September 2022. The following details the changes made from the previous revision of the form:

  • The Construction Equipment Schedule has been modified, and long-term loan balances has been added back to the schedule. Separate columns now exist for the current- and long-term portions of notes payable on construction equipment, as well as a column that totals the two. If construction equipment is listed on the schedule, the long-term loan balances must be indicated, even if those balances are $0. No financial credit towards any construction equipment will be allowed by the Department if the schedule lacks long-term loan balance information individually for each and all pieces of equipment. Reason: Pursuant to regulation, the current portion of notes payable is already factored into a contractor’s financial capability calculation (net working capital). By separating the current portion and net of current portion amounts for notes payable, the Department will potentially be able to award contractors a higher dollar value for construction equipment, and thus a greater financial capability.
  • The Long-Term Loan Balances Schedule has subsequently been removed.
  • The Past Performance History Schedule has been modified for slight changes.
  • The Ownership Disclosure pages have been edited to comply with various state and federal requirements.
  • The Corporation Information Sheet has been revised to include check boxes to coincide with the key at the top of the page.
  • As a reminder, the Department no longer has the ability to have an “Add Pages” button for its several schedules. Therefore, the Department has added these schedules as separate pages for download on its Prequalification webpage on the Department’s website. Alternatively, contractors may continue to attach their own schedules in lieu of utilizing the Department’s schedules, given those attachments include all information requested by the Department.
  • As a reminder, the Form DC-74A now allows for electronic signature by company officials. Furthermore, the Department no longer requires the raised, corporate seal on the Affidavit.


To comply with state and federal requirements set forth, beginning January 1, 2023, the Department will no longer accept any version of the Form DC-74A other than the version revised as of September 2022. Any other version of the Form DC-74A submitted will not be processed.



Project Labor Agreements (PLAs)

In accordance with legislation, P.L. 2021, c69 enacted to require Project Labor Agreements (“PLAs”) on public works projects and amending P.L. 2002, c44, the New Jersey Department of Transportation (“Department”) will condition the award of select Department projects on the good faith negotiation of a PLA by the lowest responsible bidder in accordance with the provisions of N.J.S.A. 52:38-1 to -7. The successful Bidder shall provide within 14 days of the date of Award or Conditional Award an executed PLA, ​and the Department will not execute the Contract with the successful Bidder until the Department determines that the PLA conforms with the provisions of N.J.S.A. 52:38-1 to -7.



Request for Qualification for Dispute Resolution Board (DRB) Candidates

If you are interested in being the third party, impartial member of a Dispute Review Board (DRB) on selected NJDOT projects, you must send your resume and cover letter to Thomas J. Kondash, Jr., Acting-Executive Manager Bureau of Construction Management at For any other questions regarding the DRB, third party candidacy, you can send him an email or call at (609)963-1829.




Qualified DRB Candidates
Anthony Suozzo Binh T. Vo, P.E. David R. Bizuga Frank D. Renda, P.E., P.P.
George M. Lobman John E. Grady, P.E. R. Jeffrey Lanigan, CPM, PMP John A. Purciello, P.E., P.P., D.GE
Michael S. Eckel Michael J. Goldstein Michael G. Wright, P.E., P.P. PMP Richard J. Racynski, P.E.



Revisions to Form DC-74A Submission Requirements

In a continued effort to become paperless, Construction Services will now only accept e-mail submissions of the Form DC-74A. Please refer to the following rules regarding the online submission of the Form DC-74A:

  • Please submit the application as one (1) PDF file. This PDF shall include the Form DC-74A as well as any and all attachments (cover letter, registrations, certifications, resumes, schedules, financial statements, etc.).
  • Please name the PDF file as well as the email subject title with the following naming convention: DC74A ContractorName FinancialStatementDate (e.g. “DC74A ABC Contractors 12-31-2021”).
  • Please email all Form DC-74A submissions to CSPD@dot.nj.govDo not email or copy any other individual or entity within NJDOT.

Construction Services does not have the capability to receive online payments at this time. Therefore, Construction Services asks that checks be mailed to the address listed above. Please note the following regarding the receipt of checks by mail:

  • To ensure your firm's application has been received, please include a printed copy of the email sent to containing the application along with the check.
  • Please note that per regulation, the Department is unable to process or review the submitted Form DC-74A until payment has been received. Payment is to be treated as additional information received by the Department, and effective dates of an approved application will be based on the date of receipt of the check (or additional information, whichever is later).


Beginning January 1, 2022, paper applications will no longer be accepted by the Department. Any Form DC-74A received by mail on or after that date will be returned to the contractor.



2021 EEO Workforce Report - Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Form 1391

Prime contractors and their subcontractors are required to annually report on the make-up of their workforce by race, gender and job category for the last payroll period in the month of July, 2021.  They must report on each and every covered contract or subcontract active during the month of July, 2021. The employment data entered should reflect the workforce on board during all or any part of the last payroll period preceding the end of July 2021.


All NJDOT prime contractors and all related subcontractors with subcontracts of $10,000 or more who worked on FHWA or Federally Funded construction contracts are required to identify all employees who performed work during all or part of the last payroll period in July, 2021, (i.e., Sunday, July 25, 2021, through Saturday, July 31, 2021) and complete a report.  NJDOT prime contractors and subcontractors who did not work on a FHWA/Federally Funded contract during the month of July 2021 are not required to report.


Submissions of the FHWA PR-1391 as an excel file are due to with an email subject line indicating “July 1391 Workforce Reports for Project(s) DPxxx” no later than August 31, 2021.


Please see the following for additional information:


Notice to All NJDOT Construction Contractors - 2021 EEO Workforce Report – Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Form 1391


FHWA Form PR-1391


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Last updated date: February 4, 2020 2:30 PM