The Voice of California Painting Contractors

The PDCC Board of Directors and Legislative Committee advocate on your behalf to the California Legislature, and the governing and regulatory Boards and Agencies.  Our goal is to keep a level playing field so you can earn a fair living.  The PDCC Board of Directors is comprised of painting contractor members.  PDCC is a member of the Governmental Relations Committee of ASAC/American Subcontractors Association of California.

Bills of Interest

Proposed Legislation Addresses FAIR BIDDING PRACTICES for Painting Contractors

AB 1736 – Assemblymember Tom Daly
Timely Notification of Accepted/Rejected Bids
Supported by PDCC

PDCC Members … Thanks for Your Help!  Many of you completed the short online survey we sent out a few weeks ago.  Your efforts Made a Difference!  Our lobbyist was able to provide the requested information to the Senate Government & Finance Committee, and we’re happy to report that AB-1736 has passed out of that committee.

AB-1736 will mandate that the local agencies create and maintain a policy for notifying a successful bidder of the selection and approval of the bid within a reasonable time frame, and that they shall also notify unsuccessful bidders of the rejection/disapproval of their bid within a reasonable time frame. “Bidders” include general contractors and subcontractors.

New Law Equips Subcontractors to Enforce Prompt Payment!

AB 1223 – Assemblymember Anna Caballero
Timely Construction Contract Payments
Supported by PDCC

This law mandates that within 10 days of making a construction contract payment, a state agency that maintains an Internet Web site shall post on its Website the following:

  • Project for which the payment was made;
  • Name of the construction contractor or company paid;
  • Date payment was made or the date the state agency transmitted instructions to the Controller or other payer to make the payment;
  • Payment application number or other identifying information; and
  • Amount of the payment.

The law will exempt from these provisions construction contracts valued below $25,000 and specified progress payments published in the California State Contracts Register under existing law.

The PDCC Board of Directors and Legislative Committee advocate on your behalf to the California Legislature, and regulatory Boards and Agencies. Our goal is to keep a level playing field so you can earn a fair living.  PDCC is a member of the Governmental Relations Committee of ASAC/American Subcontractors Association of California and is an active part of their legislative advocacy.