Instructions for Attachment 2, 3 "Aip Sponsor Certification Form" - Alaska

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Guidance for AIP Sponsor Certification Forms, Attachments 2 & 3
If you have questions about any of the AIP Sponsor Certification forms, contact Jerry Murphy,
phone 907-465-6961, or e-mail to: James_Green@dot.state.ak.us.
ATTACHMENT 2, Sponsor Certification for Equipment/Construction Contracts
Item 6. Check “No”. The following explanation has been added to the form: "Performance and payment
bonds, at 50% each, are required for all construction contracts exceeding $100,000. This bonding meets
or exceeds the requirements of AS 36.30.010 and was approved for use by FAA letter dated March 6,
1991, as adequately protecting the government’s interest." (Note: You need not include a copy of the
letter with your certification.)
Item 7. Check “Yes”. No explanation is required. Breach of contract terms are spelled out in GCP 80-08.
The environmental protection provisions are covered on form 25D-55.
Item 8. Check “Yes”. No explanation is required. Since the Soldiers and Sailors Relief Act, which is
referenced in GCP 70-05, gives preference to all veterans, it satisfies the intent of this requirement.
Item 9. Check “Yes”. No explanation is required. These requirements are satisfied by the language in
form 25D-55 and by including the appropriate federal wage determination in the advertised contract.
Item 10. Check “Yes”. No explanation is required. This requirement is satisfied in form 25D-55 and form
25A-301, Federal EEO Bid Conditions.
Item 11. Check “Yes”. No explanation is required. Covered in the new Section G-120, DBE spec.
Item 12. Check “Yes”. No explanation is required. For the list of suspended and debarred contractors, see
the Contracting and Procurement page of DOT&PF External Website
http://www.dot.state.ak.us/external/state_wide/proc/top.html, or go directly to the GSA listing at
http://epls.arnet.gov
and search by agency (DOT).
ATTACHMENT 3, Sponsor Certification for Project Plans and Specifications
Item 2. Check “Yes”. No explanation is required. If possible, avoid proprietary product specifying. See 49
CFR18.36(c) for instructions and limitations.
Item 4. Check “Yes”.
No explanation is required. This item has been re-worded in order to allow a positive
response. Ensure that all ineligible items are clearly identified as such on the Plans.
Item 5. Check “Yes”. No explanation is required. Process control and acceptance test requirements are
included in the approved modifications to AC 150/5370-10.
Item 6. Check “Yes”. No explanation is required. The standard VE clause (GCP 40-08) has been
approved by the FAA and included in all contracts.
Airport Improvement Program Sponsor’s Guide
FAA Alaskan Region
Instruction for Sponsor Certification Forms
Page 1 of 1
August 18, 2000
Guidance for AIP Sponsor Certification Forms, Attachments 2 & 3
If you have questions about any of the AIP Sponsor Certification forms, contact Jerry Murphy,
phone 907-465-6961, or e-mail to: James_Green@dot.state.ak.us.
ATTACHMENT 2, Sponsor Certification for Equipment/Construction Contracts
Item 6. Check “No”. The following explanation has been added to the form: "Performance and payment
bonds, at 50% each, are required for all construction contracts exceeding $100,000. This bonding meets
or exceeds the requirements of AS 36.30.010 and was approved for use by FAA letter dated March 6,
1991, as adequately protecting the government’s interest." (Note: You need not include a copy of the
letter with your certification.)
Item 7. Check “Yes”. No explanation is required. Breach of contract terms are spelled out in GCP 80-08.
The environmental protection provisions are covered on form 25D-55.
Item 8. Check “Yes”. No explanation is required. Since the Soldiers and Sailors Relief Act, which is
referenced in GCP 70-05, gives preference to all veterans, it satisfies the intent of this requirement.
Item 9. Check “Yes”. No explanation is required. These requirements are satisfied by the language in
form 25D-55 and by including the appropriate federal wage determination in the advertised contract.
Item 10. Check “Yes”. No explanation is required. This requirement is satisfied in form 25D-55 and form
25A-301, Federal EEO Bid Conditions.
Item 11. Check “Yes”. No explanation is required. Covered in the new Section G-120, DBE spec.
Item 12. Check “Yes”. No explanation is required. For the list of suspended and debarred contractors, see
the Contracting and Procurement page of DOT&PF External Website
http://www.dot.state.ak.us/external/state_wide/proc/top.html, or go directly to the GSA listing at
http://epls.arnet.gov
and search by agency (DOT).
ATTACHMENT 3, Sponsor Certification for Project Plans and Specifications
Item 2. Check “Yes”. No explanation is required. If possible, avoid proprietary product specifying. See 49
CFR18.36(c) for instructions and limitations.
Item 4. Check “Yes”.
No explanation is required. This item has been re-worded in order to allow a positive
response. Ensure that all ineligible items are clearly identified as such on the Plans.
Item 5. Check “Yes”. No explanation is required. Process control and acceptance test requirements are
included in the approved modifications to AC 150/5370-10.
Item 6. Check “Yes”. No explanation is required. The standard VE clause (GCP 40-08) has been
approved by the FAA and included in all contracts.
Airport Improvement Program Sponsor’s Guide
FAA Alaskan Region
Instruction for Sponsor Certification Forms
Page 1 of 1
August 18, 2000