Audit & Certification
- Audit of Contract: A notification to the contractor is required on contracts exceeding
$10,000 that such contracts are subject to an audit by the Sate Auditor for a period
of three years after final payment has been made.
- Drug-Free Workplace Certification: State contractors and recipients of State grants
are required to maintain a “drug-free workplace.” SDSU may suspend payments under
a contract or grant or terminate the contract or grant, or both, if a contractor or
grantee has failed to comply with the legal requirements contained in Govt. Code Sect.
8355, 8356, and 8357.
- Disabled Veteran Business Enterprises (DVBE): State law requires state agencies make
efforts to achieve a goal of three (3) percent participation for disabled veteran
business enterprises (DVBE) in state contracts.
- National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) Compliance: Contracts of $5,000 or more must
contain a condition stating that the contractor has not violated the provisions of
Public Contract Code Sect. 10296 regarding the issuance of orders by the NLRB.
- Non-Discrimination: Services with a value of $5,000 or more must contain a condition
stating that the contractor, by signing the contract, certifies under penalty of perjury
that the non-discrimination requirements of Govt. Code Sect.12990 et seq. have been
met, unless exempted under Title 2, Sect. 8115 of the California Code of Regulations.
- Small Business Procurement and Contracts Act: The Government Code provides for small
business preference where responsibility and quality are equal. To receive the small
business 5% preference, a bidder must be currently certified by the State of California,
and request the preference on each bid. Disadvantaged business enterprises with 51
percent ownership and 10 percent service related disability must be certified through
the Office of Small Business Certification and Resources (OSBCR) formerly OSMB. Direct questions to:
- Office of Small Business
- 1531 I Street
- 2nd Floor
- Sacramento CA 95814-2016
- Phone: 916-322-5060
- Supplier and Contractor Files: The campus procurement office must maintain active
supplier and contractor files on all products and services that are likely to be requested
for the purpose of conducting SDSU business and for carrying out its educational mission.
- Supplier Information Form: Each supplier or contractor (except for a state or other
governmental entity) doing business with the State of California must complete Supplier Information (Payee Data Record) Form 204.