SLBE/SBE PROGRAM

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SMALL LOCAL BUSINESS ENTERPRISE (SLBE)
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   

District staff will take affirmative steps to encourage SLBE firms to participate in District construction and construction-related professional services work at both the prime contractor and subcontractor level.  Special effort will be taken to encourage small, local businesses to participate in educational activities that enhance their ability to perform work.  Outreach efforts will be targeted to new businesses, as well as existing businesses located in the City and County of San Francisco.

 

        Questions

For questions concerning the SLBE/SBE Program contact:

 

Office of Facilities Planning & Construction
Email: mlam@ccsf.edu

Phone: (415) 452-5277

         
   

 

 
    Small Business Enterprise (SBE) Program

This program creates subcontracting goals and incentives to increase small business participation on District construction contracts. The minimum SBE subcontractor goal is 25%. SBE bidders receive a 5% bid discount, up to a maximum of $50,000. The Prime Contractor is responsible for and must comply with all SBE rules, regulations and requirements.

SBE Program

           
         

Small Business Enterprise (SBE)
Rules, Regulations and Forms

To be eligible for an award of a construction contract each Prime Contractor must agree to comply with the requirements of the San Francisco Community College District (District) SBE Program. The Prime Contractor is responsible for and must comply with all the details contained in the rules, regulations and requirements.

SBE Rules Regulations and Forms (Revised May 2013)

           
    SLBE Policy
It is the policy of the San Francisco Community College District (District) to ensure full and equal business opportunity for all Small Local Business Enterprises (SLBEs) wishing to do business with the District. 
SLBE Policy on Contruction and Construction-Related Professional Services (Policy Manual Section 7.24)
   
    SLBE Program
To be eligible for a professional services contract award, each consultant must agree to comply with the requirements of the SLBE Program authorized by the San Francisco Community College District, (SFCCD) Board of Trustees, Resolution No. 010426-P1, where applicable. The consultant is responsible for, and must comply with, all the details contained in the Resolution and Program Policies, as implemented through these Rules, Regulations and Requirements.
SLBE Program, Rules, Regulations, Requirements, and Forms for Construction-Related Professional Services Contracts (Revised Nov. 9, 2011)
   
    SLBE Construction Contracts Less Than $15K
The District has also established incentives to enhance SLBE participation at the prime contractor level on construction contracts under $15,000.  The District may extend a ten percent (10%) discount to a SLBE prime contractor.  See SLBE Policy for details.
Information to Bidders and Bid Form for Construction Contracts less than $15,000
   
        SLBE - Monthly Progress Report
For progress payment reporting by the prime consultant during the life of the project.
Form 6
         
SLBE/SBE Certification
To become certified as an SLBE/SBE firm, contact the San Francisco Human Rights Commission or State of California's Department of General Services.

San Francisco Human Rights Commission (SFHRC)
25 Van Ness Avenue #800
San Francisco, CA 94102
Phone: (415) 252-2500
Website: www.ci.sf.ca.us/sfhumanrights

Contract Monitoring Division: http://sfgsa.org/index.aspx?page=6058

State of California
Department of General Services
Procurement Division
707
Third Street, 2nd Floor
West Sacramento, CA 95605
Phone: (800) 559-5529
Phone: (916) 375-4400
FAX: (916) 375-4613

http://www.pd.dgs.ca.gov/smbus/default.htm

         
         
         

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