Construction Industry Force Account Council
The Construction Industry Force Account Council (CIFAC) is a non-profit coalition of concerned construction industry associations, contractors and labor unions that works to ensure State and local governments' compliance with the Public Contract Code (PCC).
- ACTION ALERT - ATTENTION LOCAL GOVERNMENTS THAT ARE SIGNATORY TO THE CALIFORNIA UNIFORM PUBLIC CONSTRUCTION COST ACCOUNTING ACT (CUCCAA)
Local Governments: In November of each year, local governments that are signatory to the CUCCAA are required to advertise a notice inviting licensed, registered contractors for inclusion on the Agency's list of qualified bidders for projects under $175,000.
Contractors: This list may be used solely by the agency to solicit bids for smaller projects; no formal project advertising is required. Don't be left out on these bidding opportunities! Contact your local CIFAC Compliance Manager (see Territory Map) for a list of participating agencies.
---Public Contract Code Section 22034 and CUCCAC Manual page 6 Section 1.04
CIFAC announces new compliance manager for Northern Region of California
REDDING, Calif. - The Construction Industry Force Account Council (CIFAC) has recently added a new member to their team by adding Shasta County native Maghan Hunt as the compliance manager for the Northern Region.
Hunt has an extensive background in media. She was a reporter for the E.W. Scripps owned Anderson Valley Post for almost five years, before switching gears to become the Digital Media Manager for a local TV station. Hunt also worked for NASCAR as a Media Relations and Brand Awareness Intern.
CIFAC Strengthens Resources with Additional Representative in Southern Region
Patricia Rascon joins CIFAC as their newest Southwestern Regional Compliance Manager. She will provide coverage in the counties of Los Angeles, Ventura, Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo and Kern.
As an owner of an electrical contracting company, she knows firsthand the challenges contractors face: “This industry is full of hardworking men and women, give them a level playing field and they will accomplish the rest.” Rascon said. Her experience in communicating with contractors, public agencies and utility companies has given Patricia the skills to establish and garner cooperative relationships.