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The following flow chart should be used to resolve alleged prompt payment complaints.  Alleged complaints can come to the engineer’s attention by means of a lien notice to a bond company, email, discussion at a progress meeting, or other channels.  The engineer is to request the complainant follow up with a detailed written notice (correspondence or email) to the alleged party.  The written notice is to include the engineer and the prime contractor if the prime contractor is not the alleged party.  Additional support is available by contacting the MDOT CFS Prompt Pay Specialist.
 
The following flow chart should be used to resolve alleged prompt payment complaints.  Alleged complaints can come to the engineer’s attention by means of a lien notice to a bond company, email, discussion at a progress meeting, or other channels.  The engineer is to request the complainant follow up with a detailed written notice (correspondence or email) to the alleged party.  The written notice is to include the engineer and the prime contractor if the prime contractor is not the alleged party.  Additional support is available by contacting the MDOT CFS Prompt Pay Specialist.
  
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[[File:CMU 109.08 PPSP FlowChart 04-15-2020.pdf|300px|thumbnail|center|link=//{{SERVERNAME}}/images_construction/2/2d/CMU_109.08_PPSP_FlowChart_04-15-2020.pdf|Process for Alleged Prompt Payment Violation]]
 
 
  
  

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Alleged Prompt Payment Complaints

The following flow chart should be used to resolve alleged prompt payment complaints. Alleged complaints can come to the engineer’s attention by means of a lien notice to a bond company, email, discussion at a progress meeting, or other channels. The engineer is to request the complainant follow up with a detailed written notice (correspondence or email) to the alleged party. The written notice is to include the engineer and the prime contractor if the prime contractor is not the alleged party. Additional support is available by contacting the MDOT CFS Prompt Pay Specialist.


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File:CMU 109.08 PPSP FlowChart 04-15-2020.pdf


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