Notice of Change/Withdrawal

Division of Building Construction
60D-15.001: Definitions and Incidental Policies
60D-15.002: Agencies Procedures for Contracting with Continuing Contract Entities
Notice is hereby given that the following changes have been made to the proposed rule in accordance with subparagraph 120.54(3)(d)1., F.S., published in Vol. 36 No. 8, February 26, 2010 issue of the Florida Administrative Weekly.

60D-15.001 Definitions and Incidental Policies.

(1) through (3) No change.

(4) “Competitive negotiation standards” means the methodology established in Rule 60D-5.0091, Florida Administrative Code, for determining fair, competitive and reasonable costs and the process of successive secession negotiations with the next most qualified continuing contract entity.

(5) through (8) No change.

60D-15.002 Agencies Procedures for Contracting with Continuing Contract Entities.

(1) All state agencies serving as the managing agency of a state-owned facilitiesy or a state construction site are authorized to utilize the services of any current Department contract through activation.

(2) through (3) No change.

(4) All activations shall be determined by the contracting agency. Determination shall be based on the needs of the individual project and any qualifications and performance data of the continuing contract entity on file with the activating agency.

(5) through (8) No change.

(9) Before contracting with a continuing contract entity, an agency shall first submit a list of employees qualified to serve as Agency Project Managers as defined by Rule 60D-15.001, Florida Administrative Code. All submitted list shall be accompanied by a copy of each employee’s active license that qualifies them as a Agency Project Manager. All submitted lists shall be accompanied by a copy of each employees’ active license that qualifies them as an agency Project Manager. An agency cannot contract with a continuing contract entity unless the agency employs a Department approved Agency Project Manager.

(10) through (11) No change.