The Form 2651E is filed by the contractor or supplier to support their progress claim for work completed in Canada.
Q: What is Form 2651E?
A: Form 2651E is a document used to support progress claims for work completed in Canada.
Q: What is a progress claim?
A: A progress claim is a request for payment for work that has been completed up to a certain point in a construction project.
Q: Who uses Form 2651E?
A: Contractors or subcontractors who have completed work in Canada can use Form 2651E to support their progress claims.
Q: What information is required on Form 2651E?
A: Form 2651E requires information such as the contractor's name, address, and contact information, the project name and location, the description of work completed, and the amount claimed.
Q: When should Form 2651E be submitted?
A: Form 2651E should be submitted on a monthly basis, typically within 30 days after the end of each reporting period.
Q: How long does it take to process a Form 2651E?
A: The processing time for Form 2651E may vary, but it is generally within 30 days from the date of receipt by the PWGSC office.
Q: What should I do if there are errors or omissions on Form 2651E?
A: If there are errors or omissions on Form 2651E, you should contact the appropriate PWGSC office to make corrections or provide additional information.
Q: What happens after Form 2651E is processed?
A: After Form 2651E is processed, the contractor will receive a progress payment for the approved amount, subject to any applicable deductions or withholdings.