Those wishing to do business with HACLA will find the information they need in this section. Contents include notices and announcement updates, as well as information on contracting opportunities, compliance requirements, procurement, the Section 3 program, and vendor resources.
Vendors seeking to sell goods and/or provide services to HACLA must follow a two-step process.
Vendors can access important forms and documents relating to partner resources and purchase order terms and conditions.
HACLA staff solicits quotes from vendor lists, including the HACLA Vendor Database and the Section 3, MBE/WBE Business Registry and staff outreach to vendors.
HACLA procures a wide variety of goods, services and equipment. Our primary areas are: constuction, goods and services.
Learn more about our standard forms, policies and reference materials that facilitate the procurement process, contracting and contract compliance.
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On September 28, 2020, HUD published its Final Section 3 Rule in the Federal Register. In the new rule HUD’s intent is to focus more on outcomes (sustained employment) as opposed to inputs (temporary job creation).
Workers employed on public works projects in California must be paid no less than the state prevailing wages if the cost of the work exceeds $1,000.