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PUBLIC NOTICEREADINGTON TOWNSHIPNOTICE OF SOLICITATION OF PROPOSALS FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICESPLEASE TAKE NOTICE that Readington Township is accepting proposals for theprovisions of the following professional services to the Readington Township during year 2023:Township Attorney, Township Auditor, Township Engineer, TownshipPlanner, Bond Counsel, Dam Engineer, IT Services, Labor Counsel,Magistrate, Risk Management Consultant, Prosecutor, Public AffairsConsultant, Public Defender and Tax Appeal Attorney.A copy of the proposal document may be obtained at the office of the TownshipAdministrator, 509 Route 523, Whitehouse Station, NJ 08889 or via the Township’s website atwww.readingtontwpnj.gov/public-notices . All proposals must be submitted to Richard J. Sheola,Township Administrator, 509 Route 523, Whitehouse Station, NJ 08889 by October 7, 2022 –11:00 AM.Proposals are being solicited to a fair and open process in accordance with N.J.S.A.19:44A-20.4 et. seq.

Readington TownshipHunterdon CountyREQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS2023 PROFESSIONAL SERVICESQualification Receipt Date – September 23, 2022Time – 11:00 AM

READINGTON TOWNSHIPREQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS: 2023 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES WITHIN THE TOWNSHIPPROPOSAL RECEIPT DATE: SEPTEMBER 23, 2022- 11:00 AMPUBLIC NOTICEREADINGTON TOWNSHIPNOTICE OF SOLICITATION OF PROPOSALS FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICESPLEASE TAKE NOTICE that Readington Township is accepting proposals for the provisionsof the following professional services to the Readington Township during year 2023:Township Attorney, Township Auditor, Township Engineer, TownshipPlanner, Bond Counsel, Dam Engineer, IT Services, Labor Counsel,Magistrate, Risk Management Consultant, Prosecutor, Public AffairsConsultant, Public Defender and Tax Appeal Attorney.A copy of the proposal document may be obtained at the office of the Township gov/public-notices . All proposals must be submitted to Richard J. Sheola,Township Administrator, 509 Route 523, Whitehouse Station, NJ 08889 by September 23, 2022 – 11:00AM.Proposals are being solicited to a fair and open process in accordance with N.J.S.A. 19:44A-20.4et. seq.3

READINGTON TOWNSHIPREQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS: 2023 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES WITHIN THE TOWNSHIPPROPOSAL RECEIPT DATE: SEPTEMBER 23, 2022- 11:00 AMCHECK LIST OF REQUIRED DOCUMENTSThe following items are required submissions in this proposal package:InitialsAffirmative Action RequirementsAmericans With Disabilities ActApplicant and Sub-Applicant Business Registration CertificateCorporate Disclosure StatementQualification Proposal FormAcknowledgement of Addenda (as applicable)Affidavit of Non-CollusionReadington Township Professional Appointment CertificationReadington Township Dispute Resolution AcknowledgementChecklist of Required Documents, signed below EACH REQUIRED ITEM MUST BE INITIALED ON THIS FORM IN THE SPACE PROVIDED. THISCHECKLIST MUST BE SIGNED AND SUBMITTED WITH THE PROPOSAL PACKAGE.COMPANY / APPLICANT’S NAMEAUTHORIZED SIGNATUREDATENAME (PRINT)TITLE4

READINGTON TOWNSHIPREQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS: 2023 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES WITHIN THE TOWNSHIPPROPOSAL RECEIPT DATE: SEPTEMBER 23, 2022- 11:00 AMPROPOSAL2023 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES WITHIN THE TOWNSHIPDate:Company Name:Address:Address:***Please check the box next to the professional service that you are submitting a proposal for***Township AttorneyTownship AuditorBond CounselDam EngineerTownship EngineerGovernment AffairsConsultantIT ServicesLabor CounselMagistrateTownship PlannerProsecutorPublic DefenderRisk Management ServicesTax Appeal Attorney5

READINGTON TOWNSHIPREQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS: 2023 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES WITHIN THE TOWNSHIPPROPOSAL RECEIPT DATE: SEPTEMBER 23, 2022- 11:00 AMPROPOSAL (Continued)2023 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES WITHIN THE TOWNSHIPThe undersigned declares that he/she has carefully examined and fully understands the Information for Applicants,Specifications and other documents herein referred to and agrees to furnish and deliver all materials and to performall work in accordance with the contract documents for the 2023 Professional Services within the Township.Applicant’s NameAuthorized SignaturePrint NameTitleTelephoneFaxWitness or Attest:E-Mail AddressSignaturePrint Name(If Corporation, affix Corporate Seal)6

READINGTON TOWNSHIPREQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS: 2023 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES WITHIN THE TOWNSHIPPROPOSAL RECEIPT DATE: SEPTEMBER 23, 2022- 11:00 AMGENERAL INFORMATION FOR APPLICANTSI. SUBMISSION OF QUALIFICATIONSA. Readington Township, Hunterdon County, New Jersey (hereinafter referred to as “TOWNSHIP”) invitessealed proposals pursuant to the Notice to Applicants.B. Sealed proposals will be received by the designated representative at the time and place stated in the Noticeto Applicants, and at such time and place will be publicly opened and read aloud.C. The proposal form shall be submitted, in a sealed envelope: (1) addressed to the TOWNSHIP, (2) bearing thename and address of the applicant written on the face of the envelope, and (3) clearly marked “PROPOSAL”with the contract title and/or proposal # being proposal.D. It is the applicant’s responsibility to see that proposals are presented to the TOWNSHIP on the hour and atthe place designated. Proposals may be hand delivered or mailed; however, the TOWNSHIP disclaims anyresponsibility for proposals forwarded by regular or overnight mail. If the proposal is sent by overnight mail,the designation in section C, above, must also appear on the outside of the delivery company envelope.Proposals received after the designated time and date will be returned unopened.E. Sealed proposals forwarded to the TOWNSHIP before the time of Receipt of proposals may be withdrawnupon written application of the applicant who shall be required to produce evidence showing that theindividual is or represents the principal or principals involved in the proposal. Once proposals have beenopened, they must remain firm for a period of sixty (60) calendar days.F.All prices and amounts must be written in ink or preferably typewritten. Proposals containing any conditions,omissions, unexplained erasures or alterations, items not called for in the proposal form, attachment ofadditive information not required by the specifications, or the TOWNSHIP may reject irregularities of anykind. Any changes, whiteouts, strikeouts, etc. on the proposal page must be initialed in ink by the personresponsible for signing the proposal.G. Each proposal form must give the full business address of the applicant and be signed by an authorizedrepresentative. Proposals by partnerships must furnish the full name of all partners and must be signed in thepartnership name by one of the members of the partnership or by an authorized representative, followed bythe signature and designation of the person signing. Proposals by corporations must be signed in the legalname of the corporation, followed by the name of the State in which incorporated and must contain thesignature and designation of the president, secretary or other person authorized to bind the corporation in thematter. When requested, satisfactory evidence of the authority of the officer signing shall be furnished.II. INTERPRETATION AND ADDENDAA. The applicant understands and agrees that its proposal is submitted on the basis of the requirements preparedby the TOWNSHIP. The applicant accepts the obligation to become familiar with these requirements.B. Applicants are expected to examine the requirements with care and observe all their requirements.Ambiguities, errors or omissions noted by applicants should be promptly reported in writing to the appropriateofficial. In the event the applicant fails to notify the TOWNSHIP of such ambiguities, errors or omissions,the applicant shall be bound by the proposal.7

READINGTON TOWNSHIPREQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS: 2023 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES WITHIN THE TOWNSHIPPROPOSAL RECEIPT DATE: SEPTEMBER 23, 2022- 11:00 AMC. No oral interpretation of the meaning of the specifications will be made to any applicant. Every request foran interpretation shall be in writing, addressed to the TOWNSHIP’S representative stipulated in the proposal.In order to be given consideration, written requests for interpretation must be received at least five (5) daysprior to the date fixed for the Receipt of the proposals. Any and all such interpretations and any supplementalinstructions will be in the form of written addenda to the specifications, and will be distributed to allprospective applicants, in accordance with N.J.S.A. 40A:11-23. All addenda so issued shall become part ofthe contract documents, and shall be acknowledged by the applicant in the proposal. The TOWNSHIP’Sinterpretations or corrections thereof shall be final.III. PREPARATION OF PROPOSALSA. The TOWNSHIP is exempt from any local, state or federal sales, use or excise tax.IV. STATUTORY AND OTHER REQUIREMENTSA. Mandatory Affirmative Action CertificationNo firm may be issued a contract unless it complies with the affirmative action regulations of N.J.S.A. 10:5-31 etseq. (P.L.1975, c.127).1.Procurement, Professional and Service ContractsAll successful vendors must submit, within seven days after the receipt of the notice of intent to award the contractor the receipt of the contract, one of the following:i.A photocopy of a valid letter for an approved Federal Affirmative Action Plan (good forone year from the date of the letter), orii.A photocopy of an approved Certificate of Employee Information Report, oriii.If the vendor has none of the above, the public agency is required to provide the vendorwith an initial Affirmative Action Employee Information Report (AA-302).B. Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990Discrimination on the basis of disability in contracting for the purchase of proposals and services is prohibited.The successful applicant is required to read Americans with Disabilities language that is part of this specificationand agrees that the provisions of Title II of the Act are made a part of the contract. The successful applicant isobligated to comply with the Act and to hold the TOWNSHIP harmless.C. Stockholder DisclosureChapter 33 of the Public Laws of 1977 provides that no corporation or partnership shall be awarded any contractfor the performance of any work or the furnishing of any materials or supplies, unless, prior to the receipt of theproposal or accompanying the proposal of said corporation or partnership, there is submitted a statement settingforth the names and addresses of all stockholders in the corporation or partnership who own ten percent or moreof its stock of any class, or of all individual partners in the partnership who own a ten percent or greater interesttherein. Form of Statement shall be completed and attached to the proposal.D. Non-Collusion Affidavit8

READINGTON TOWNSHIPREQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS: 2023 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES WITHIN THE TOWNSHIPPROPOSAL RECEIPT DATE: SEPTEMBER 23, 2022- 11:00 AMThe Non-Collusion Affidavit, which is part of these specifications, shall be properly executed and submitted with theproposal.E. New Jersey Business Registration RequirementsNon-Construction Contracts – The Contractor shall provide written notice to its subcontractors of theresponsibility to submit proof of business registration to the contractor.Before final payment on the contract is made by the contracting agency, the Contractor shall submit an accuratelist and the proof of business registration of each subcontractor or supplier used in the fulfillment of the contract,or shall attest that no subcontractors were used.For the term of the contract, the contractor and each of its affiliates and a subcontractor and each of its affiliates(N.J.S.A. 52:32-44 (g) (3) shall collect and remit to the Director, New Jersey Division of Taxation, the use taxdue pursuant to the Sales and use Tax Act on all sales of tangible personal property delivered into this State,regardless of whether the tangible property is intended for a contract with a contracting agency.A business organization that fails to provide a copy of a business registration as required pursuant to Section 1 ofP.L. 2001, c134 (C.52:32-44 et al) or subsection e. or f. of section 92 of P.L. 1977, c.110 (C.5:12-92), or thatprovides false business registration information under the requirements of either of those sections, shall be liablefor a penalty of 25 for each day of violation, not to exceed 50,000 for each business registration copy notproperly provided under a contract with a contracting agency.Failure to submit this shall be cause for rejection of the proposal.V. METHODS OF AWARDA. All contracts shall be for 12 consecutive months or less.B. The TOWNSHIP may award the work based on the terms stated in Exhibit A.C. The successful applicant will not assign any interest in this contract and shall not transfer any interest in thesame without the prior written consent of the TOWNSHIP.E. This contract will be awarded pursuant to a fair and open process as prescribed in NJSA 19:44A-20.4 (P.L.2005, c. 51).VI. TERMINATION OF CONTRACTA. If, through any cause, the successful applicant shall fail to fulfill in a timely and proper manner obligationsunder this contract or if the contractor shall violate any of the requirements of this contract, the TOWNSHIPshall thereupon have the right to terminate this contract by giving written notice to the contractor of suchtermination and specifying the effective date of termination. Such termination shall relieve the TOWNSHIPof any obligation for balances to the contractor of any sum or sums set forth in the contract.B. Notwithstanding the above, the contractor shall not be relieved of liability to the TOWNSHIP for damagessustained by the TOWNSHIP by virtue of any breach of the contract by the contractor and the TOWNSHIPmay withhold any payments to the contractor for the purpose of compensation until such time as the exactamount of the damage due the TOWNSHIP from the contractor is determined.9

READINGTON TOWNSHIPREQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS: 2023 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES WITHIN THE TOWNSHIPPROPOSAL RECEIPT DATE: SEPTEMBER 23, 2022- 11:00 AMC. The contractor agrees to indemnify and hold the TOWNSHIP harmless from any liability tosubcontractors/suppliers concerning payment for work performed or goods supplied arising out of the lawfultermination of the contract by the TOWNSHIP under this provision.D. In case of default by the successful applicant, the TOWNSHIP may procure the articles or services from othersources and hold the successful applicant responsible for any excess cost occasioned thereby.10

READINGTON TOWNSHIPREQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS: 2023 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES WITHIN THE TOWNSHIPPROPOSAL RECEIPT DATE: SEPTEMBER 23, 2022- 11:00 AMEXHIBIT AREQUEST FOR PROPOSAL FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES - 20231.The Readington Township is soliciting proposals for the provision of professionalservices to the Township for the calendar year 2023. Proposals will be accepted for thespecific professional services set forth in the Public Notice, a copy of which is attachedhereto.2.All sealed proposals shall be submitted to Richard J. Sheola, Township Administrator,509 Route 523, Whitehouse Station, NJ 08889 by October 7, 2022 – 11:00 AM. Seven(7) copies of the proposal shall be submitted, one being an original along with anentire proposal on a thumb drive.3.All proposals shall include, at a minimum: the name, address and all contact informationof the person or firm making the proposal; a statement of qualifications, including allapplicable professional licenses held; a statement of experience in rendering suchprofessional services to public entities; and a proposal for compensation or a scheduleof fees to be charged for such professional services.4.All proposals will be evaluated by the Township Administrator of the ReadingtonTownship.5.Proposals will be evaluated by the Township Committee of the Readington Township onthe basis of the proposals deemed to be most advantageous, price and other factorsconsidered. The evaluation will consider:a. Experience and reputation in the field;b. Knowledge and experience with Committee/Administrator form ofGovernment;c. Knowledge of the Readington Township and the subject matter to beaddressed under the contract;d. Availability to accommodate any required meetings of the agency;e. Support staff availability;f. Compensation proposal;g. Other factors, if determined to be in the best interest of the ReadingtonTownship and its agencies.11

READINGTON TOWNSHIPREQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS: 2023 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES WITHIN THE TOWNSHIPPROPOSAL RECEIPT DATE: SEPTEMBER 23, 2022- 11:00 AM6.A point system for evaluating the proposals will be used as follows:Factorsa) Proven record of experience including references, in providingthe type of services requested7.Points25b) Understanding of the qualitative nature of servicesprovided20c) Personnel qualifications (i.e. resume of key personnel whowill be responsible for work).15d) Location of professionals office5e) Availability of personnel and ability to provideservices in a timely manner.10f) Estimated Cost of services (i.e. price proposal)TOTAL25100A description of the professional services required by the Readington Township and itsagencies is as follows:Township Attorney - The Township Attorney shall be a licensed attorney at law ofNew Jersey. As set forth in the Code of the Readington Township will provide legalcounsel to the Mayor & Township Committee, Township Administrator andTownship Clerk and other officials on a wide variety of issues that are typical of alocal government agency.Township Auditor - . The Township Auditor shall make the annual audit of theTownship financial records, including current and water and sewer utilities sub andcapital accounts for the year ending December 31, 2023 and serve as TownshipAuditor for the calendar year 2023 and perform the duties prescribed by law all inaccordance with generally accepted auditing standards and the laws and regulationsof the State of New Jersey regarding same. The Township Auditor shall perform suchduties and render such services as may from time to time be requested by theTownship Administrator and Governing Body, the Chief Financial Officer and/or theTownship Clerk.12

READINGTON TOWNSHIPREQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS: 2023 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES WITHIN THE TOWNSHIPPROPOSAL RECEIPT DATE: SEPTEMBER 23, 2022- 11:00 AMBond Counsel - The Township Bond Counsel shall be a licensed attorney at law ofNew Jersey. Township Bond Counsel performs and provides legal advice with regardto the following activities: the preparation of Township Bond Ordinances and thereview of the adoption proceedings; the preparation and review of public financeresolutions, the preparation and issuance of Township Bond Anticipation, SpecialEmergency, and Tax Anticipation Notes; and the preparation and issuance of GeneralObligation Bonds. In addition, Township Bond Counsel is responsible for thepreparation and/or review of any Preliminary Official Statement and OfficialStatement of the Township. Township Bond Counsel is also responsible for thepreparation and/or review of any application to the Local Finance Board, andattendance at any related meetings of the Board.Township Engineer - The Township Engineer shall be a New Jersey licensedprofessional engineer. When directed, the Township Engineer shall provide servicesnecessary to review and make recommendations concerning various subdivisions andsite plan proposals regarding their conformance to applicable Township requirementsand needs, municipal ordinances, if applicable, and to the general requirements ofdesign practice. When directed, the Township Engineer shall provide assistance withnormal “public works projects such as paving & milling, drainage, minorconstruction, storm sewer issues and the like in addition to services necessary toobserve, assess conformity to statutory or other ordinance requirements and reportupon the installation of site improvements and subdivision public improvements inconnection with Township or other site developments. When directed, the TownshipEngineer shall provide services necessary to review assess conformity torequirements and take necessary action with respect to issuance of certificates,permits, licenses and similar regulatory documents. Additional requirements willinclude all proper licenses for the operation, maintenance and proper reports for allwater systems and sewer connection by the Township. When requested, the TownshipEngineer shall provide technical advice to other Township members, officials andagents concerning their review of such documents. RFQ should include all servicesunder the conditions of the retainer, as well as hourly rate for any additional services.Attendance at Township Committee meetings (evening) and other daily meetings willbe required. Weekly office hours are also expected.Dam Engineer – The Township Dam Consultant shall be a New Jersey licensedprofessional engineer. When directed, the Township Dam Consultant shall provideservices necessary to review and make recommendations concerning the condition,engineering and integrity of all Township dams. When necessary the Township DamConsultant will make design recommendations and be involved in long term planningand maintenance issues regarding such dams. The Township Dam Consultant willalso prepare and submit any and all reporting requirements to the New JerseyDepartment of Environmental Protection (NJDEP). The Township Dam Consultantwill provide technical advice to the Township Administrator, as well as anyauthorized Township committee regarding Township owned dams.Government Affairs Consultant – an individual or firm engaged in the practice of13

READINGTON TOWNSHIPREQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS: 2023 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES WITHIN THE TOWNSHIPPROPOSAL RECEIPT DATE: SEPTEMBER 23, 2022- 11:00 AMassisting governmental clients navigate through diverse and complex issues withelected and appointed leaders at the State and Federal levels.IT Services - Shall provide specialized expertise, advice and labor related to design,installation and maintenance of individual computers, laptops, mobile devices andnetworks. Experience should include both hardware and software.Labor Counsel – an attorney licensed to practice law in the State of New Jerseywhose practice is either exclusively or significantly devoted to labor law with anemphasis on the public sector. Will be required to provide advice and guidance to theTownship Committee and/or Township Administrator on a wide range of personnelissues.Magistrate – an individual licensed to practice law in the State of New Jersey who isqualified to preside as a Municipal Court Judge.Township Planner - The Township’s Consulting Planner will provide such servicesas directed and as required by the Readington Township Committee or TownshipAdministrator with respect to Master Plan, Affordable Housing Plan, Zoning issuesand similar land use matters.Prosecutor - an individual licensed to practice law in the State of New Jersey who,by experience and education, is qualified to preside as a Municipal Prosecutor.Public Defender - an individual licensed to practice law in the State of New Jerseywho, by experience and education, is qualified to preside as a Municipal PublicDefender.Risk Management Consultant – a licensed professional individual or firm that hassignificant experience in the management of liability, workers compensation andcasualty insurance as it relates to governmental units with emphasis on JointInsurance Funds.Tax Appeal Attorney - an individual licensed to practice law in the State of NewJersey who specialty is defending Tax Appeals at the County Tax Board or State TaxCourt levels.14

READINGTON TOWNSHIPREQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS: 2023 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES WITHIN THE TOWNSHIPPROPOSAL RECEIPT DATE: SEPTEMBER 23, 2022- 11:00 AMFORMS REQUIRING SIGNATURES15

READINGTON TOWNSHIPREQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS: 2023 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES WITHIN THE TOWNSHIPPROPOSAL RECEIPT DATE: SEPTEMBER 23, 2022- 11:00 AMDISCLOSURE OF OWNERSHIPN.J.S.A. 52:25-24.0 (P.L. 1977 c 33)Check One[ ] I certify that the list below contains the names and addresses of all stockholders holding 10% ormore of the issues and outstanding stock of the undersigned.[ ] I certify that no one stockholder owns 10% or more of the issued and outstanding stock of theundersignedLEGAL NAME OF APPLICANT:[] Limited Partnership[] Subchapter S Corporation[] Partnership[] Corporation (Profit or Non-Profit)[] Limited Liability Partnership[[] Limited Liability Company[] Sole Proprietorship] OtherComplete if the applicant/respondent is one of the three (3) types or corporations;Date Incorporated:Where Incorporated:Business Address:Street AddressCityStateZipTelephone NumberFax NumberListed below are the names and addresses of all stockholders, partners or individuals who own ten (10) percentor more of its stock of any classes, or who own ten (10) percent or greater interest therein.(To be completed by for profit only)Full Name of IndividualAddress of IndividualShare (%) Owned1.2.3.Notes:1. Attach additional sheets in this format, if necessary.2. If an organization is shown as a greater tthan 10% Ownership, attach a similar breakdown of their/ itsindividual Owners.16

READINGTON TOWNSHIPREQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS: 2023 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES WITHIN THE TOWNSHIPPROPOSAL RECEIPT DATE: SEPTEMBER 23, 2022- 11:00 AMAFFIDAVIT OF NON-COLLUSIONThe undersigned, being duly sworn according to law, deposes and says:1. I reside at2. The name of the within applicant is3. I executed the said proposal on behalf of the applicant with full authority to do so.4. The applicant has not directly or indirectly entered into any agreement, participated in any collusion orotherwise taken any action in restraint of free competitive proposal in connection with the contract.5. All statements contained in the Qualification Statement and Proposal and in this Affidavit are true andcorrect and were made with the full knowledge that the Readington Township, County of Hunterdon, itsofficers and employees, relies upon the truth of the statements therein made in awarding the above-namedcontract.6. I further warrant that no person or selling agency has been employed or retained to solicit or service suchcontract upon an agreement or understanding for a commission, percentage, brokerage or contingent fee,except bonafide employees of or bonafide established commercial selling agencies maintained by theapplicant.Sworn and subscribed tobefore me on this day of, 2022Signature of ApplicantPrint NameSignature of NotaryPrint Name17

READINGTON TOWNSHIPREQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS: 2023 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES WITHIN THE TOWNSHIPPROPOSAL RECEIPT DATE: SEPTEMBER 23, 2022- 11:00 AMAFFIRMATIVE ACTION CERTIFICATIONP.L. 1975, C. 127 (N.J.A.C. 17:27)If awarded a contract, all procurement and service contractors will be required to comply with the requirements ofP.L.1975, C.127, (N.J.A.C. 17:27). Within seven (7) days after receipt of the notification of intent to award thecontract or receipt of the contract, whichever is sooner, the contractor should present one of the following to thePurchasing Agent:1. A photocopy of a valid letter from the U.S. Department of Labor that the contractor has an existingfederally-approved or sanctioned Affirmative Action Plan (good for one year from the date of the letter).OR2. A photocopy of approved Certificate of Employee Information Report.OR3. An Affirmative Action Employee Information Report (Form AA302)OR4. All successful construction contractors must submit within three days of the signing of the contract anInitial Project Workforce Report (AA201) for any contract award that meets or exceeds the Public Agencybid threshold (available upon request).NO FIRM MAY BE ISSUED A CONTRACT UNLESS IT COMPLIES WITH THEAFFIRMATIVE ACTION REGULATIONS OF P.L.1975, C.127.The following questions must be answered by all applicants:1. Do you have a federally-approved or sanctioned Affirmative Action Program?YES NOIf yes, please submit a copy of such approval.2. Do you have a Certificate of Employee Information Report Approval?YES NOIf yes, please submit a copy of such certificate.The undersigned contractor certifies that he is aware of the commitment to comply with the requirements ofP.L.1975, c.127 and agrees to furnish the required documentation pursuant to the law.Note: A contractor's proposal must be rejected as non-responsive if a contractor fails to comply withrequirements of P.L. 1975, c.127, within the time frame.Applicant’s NameTitleAuthorized SignatureTelephonePrint Name18

READINGTON TOWNSHIPREQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS: 2023 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES WITHIN THE TOWNSHIPPROPOSAL RECEIPT DATE: SEPTEMBER 23, 2022- 11:00 AMEXHIBIT AN.J.S.A. 10:5-31 and N.J.A.C. 17:27MANDATORY EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY LANGUAGEGoods, Professional Services and General Service Contracts(Mandatory Affirmative Action Language)During the performance of this contract, the contractor agrees as follows:The contractor or subcontractor, where applicable, will not discriminate against any employee or applicant foremployment because of age, race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, marital status, affection or sexual orientationor sex. Except with respect to affection or sexual orientation, the contractor will take affirmative action to ensure thatsuch applicants are recruited and employed, and that employees are treated during employment, without regard totheir age, race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, marital status, affection or sexual orientation or sex. Such actionshall include, but not be limited to the following: employment, upgrading, demotion, or transfer; recruitment orrecruitment advertising; layoff or termination; rates of pay or other forms of compensa

READINGTON TOWNSHIP REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS: 2023 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES WITHIN THE TOWNSHIP PROPOSAL RECEIPT DATE: SEPTEMBER 23, 2022- 11:00 AM 3 PUBLIC NOTICE READINGTON TOWNSHIP NOTICE OF SOLICITATION OF PROPOSALS FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that Readington Township is accepting proposals for the provisions of the following professional services to the Readington Township .

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