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Participation Goals

For minority, women, and disabled veterans business enterprises (M/W/DVBE) on all contracts awarded by a district based upon the State-wide levels. Participation goals are set at fifteen percent (15%) for minority business enterprises, ten percent (10%) for women business enterprises and three percent (3%) for disabled veterans business enterprises. This statutory requirement is implemented by regulations promulgated in California Code of Regulations, Title 5, and Section 59500-59509. Neither the statute nor the regulations impose an absolute requirement that contracts awarded by a district meet the M/W/DVBE participation goals. The statute, regulations and applicable law prohibit the application of strict numerical set asides unless there has been a prior factual finding of discriminatory practices. Accordingly, the failure of a bidder to have met the participation goals will not by itself render the bidder non-responsive so long as there is a show of good faith efforts by the bidder to meet the participation goals.

 

PFP

Acronym for Project Funding Proposal.

 

Phase

Phase of construction - preliminary plans, construction, etc. (A, P, W, C, E)

 

Phase Code

Designates different types of capital outlay project phases

 

Plan Type

Designates what types of campus a college is

 

Post-occupancy Evaluation

Normally done by the architect, the project or construction manager, and operations and maintenance staff. This review tends to be ignored, yet it can be extremely important. The primary purpose of this evaluation is to discover possible problems before the warrantees have expired.

 

Preliminary Plans

Preliminary plans, often considered the same phase as design development, involves the completion of environmental requirements and preparation, submission, and approval of preliminary plans by the Chancellor's Office and State Public Works Board.

 

Program capability

One or more of the following components determines program capability: capacity (stations, asf); delivery methodology (smart podiums, virtual labs, consolidating scattered services, improved program accessibility); and new course offerings (new program not previously offered on campus that leads to a certificate or degree, program expansion of occupations/careers that are in high demand)

 

Program Code

Designates the different types of programs that a facility can belong to

 

Program function

Change in room type and/or TOPS category.

 

Project Costs

Calculates FEG and FIM total project costs by year based on year a project was started. It calculates the appropriate costs for every cell of the Summary of Costs for Projects Included in 5YP.

 

Project scope approval

Project meets the board's criteria for prioritizing capital outlay projects and may be eligible for funding pursuant to the requirements, standards, and guidelines required by the state and CCCCO

 

Project Summary

A standard state form used to transmit any capital outlay budget change proposal prepared by the CCCCO and is a prtion of the COBCP.

 

Project Terms and Conditions (formerly Applications, Assurances and Authentications)

Project Terms and Conditions set forth general provisions regarding State capital outlay appropriations. The District Board of Trustees Certification section of the Approval Sheet must be completed or the FPP will be returned to the district for completion.

 

Project Type

Designates the project type for COP Projects

 

Projects Submitted

Gathers all projects ASF for projects in the system wide 5 year plan, as selected by the specialists. It then totals the primary and secondary ASF and sorts it into the appropriate campus and Title V category for each year.

 

Proposed Facilities Costs

Totals costs of proposed facilities in the system. Based on pulling total cost for all FEG projects in the system.

 

Punch List

The contractor owns the job until it is fully complete, or the owner has designated it substantially complete for purposes of occupancy and listed any remaining items to be completed or resolved. These items are called a 'punch list' and, in essence, become the uncompleted contract. The district representative, project manager, construction manager, architect and inspector should all agree on the list. Final commissioning and occupancy of the building must be coordinated to allow the contractor to continue work and complete the punch list.