Through submission of an offer and the State’s acceptance and award of a contract to the Offeror under this solicitation, the Contractor expressly authorizes the State Procurement Office to post on the State of Arizona Department of Administration Internet Website, the continuing Construction Contractor Engagement Survey Job Order final cumulative score for any substantial or final complete Job Order(s) project(s) exceeding $25,000.00 for a time period up to one year after the contract expiration.
Construction Contractor Engagement Survey shall be used by the State of Arizona to serve as a mechanism for contract users to engage the Contractor regarding the recent performance for an issued and substantial complete Job Order. The survey will also allow State of Arizona Procurement Officer to review and provide feedback or establish corrective action as determined.
If one or more scores of “u” (unsatisfactory performance) are listed for the substantial complete Job Order, the Contractor shall address each “u” in writing on the original form’s Contractor comments section, and submit to the State of Arizona Procurement Officer within ten (10) days of receipt, as to how the Contractor will resolve the actions/issues to the satisfaction of the State.
If the total survey score is 76% or less, Contractor shall be required to meet with the State Procurement Officer administering the contract to address the actions or issues.
Contractor may appeal a Construction Contractor Engagement Survey to the State Procurement Officer in accordance with the State’s Protest policy.
Instructions for the Survey:
The Construction Contractor Engagement Survey should be completed prior to final payment but at a minimum no later than project closeout.
The Eligible Agency Project Manager or designated Owner’s representative:
- Shall rate the Contractor with the determiners and weighting called out on the survey for any substantial complete Job Order project exceeding $25,000.00.
- Shall submit the final scored survey simultaneously to the Contractor and to the State’s email address indicated on the survey.