Job Order Contracting
Request for Proposal Determination
JOC Consultant RFP Plan Holders List
RFP Determination Memo - JOC Program Consultant - Signed 9/10/2020
About the Program
The Job Order Contracting (JOC) Program is a procurement method agencies use to complete small construction projects with a total value of $10,000 to $400,000. The program is administered by the Gordian Group (Gordian) who act as the Commonwealth’s JOC Consultant. To facilitate the completion of these projects DGS has established four Prime Professional Construction Service contracts for General Construction, HVAC, Plumbing and Electrical services in each of the seven regions; Northwestern, Southwestern, Central Southwest, Central Southeast, Capital, Southeastern and Northeastern. These contracts were awarded based on an RFP (Request for Proposal) that considered Technical Qualifications and Pricing. Technical Qualification points were awarded to the contractor with the Technical highest score. Pricing favored the contractor's proposal with the lowest Adjustment Factors. Small Diverse Business participation goals were set as part of the RFP.
Small Diverse Business Opportunities and Information
The Bureau of Diversity, Inclusion and Small Business Opportunities
(BDISBO) is pleased to provide a listing of subcontracting jobs issued through the Job Order Contracting
Program (JOC). The JOC program provides job opportunities as
suppliers/subcontractors in the disciplines of small business Construction,
HVAC, Plumbing, Electrical, and Design. Job Orders are distributed through
the JOC program to the prime contractors. The prime contractors are expected to engage
subcontractors for construction and professional design opportunities for
agencies undertaking construction, renovation, and maintenance projects with a
total value of $400,000 or less.
The Bureau of Diversity, Inclusion and Small Business Opportunities (BDISBO) will perform proactive compliance auditing to ensure open and equitable contracting practices are utilized, contractual commitments are realized and allegations of abuse, false certification or discriminatory practices are investigated. As part of the compliance review, BDISBO will be monitoring and tracking Small Diverse Business and Small Business utilization to ensure commitments made by the Job Order Contracting (JOC) prime contractors are met on an annual basis.
Questions can be directed to Curtis Burwell, Equal Opportunity Manager at 717-783-3119 or RA-GSBDISBOConst@pa.gov.
Agency Project Request Process
Requests for projects will be made by the customer/using agency directly to Gordian’s Landing Page. Gordian will review and clarify the request, then arrange a Scoping Meeting with the appropriate contractor(s). At this meeting, Gordian, along with the contractor(s) and customer/using agency, will walk the job to discuss the requirements, goals and define the scope of work. The contractor(s) will submit a job order package to Gordian who will review to ensure it reflects the customer agency’s scope of work. Gordian will also verify the price proposal is calculated properly by applying the contractor(s) stated Adjustment Factors to the Construction Task Catalog prices. After the job order package is confirmed, it will be sent to the customer agency for their review/discussion and approval. The customer agency will then create the SRM purchase order(s) and construction can proceed in a mutually agreeable time frame.