Policies and Procedures
The Office of Community Investment and Infrastructure (“OCII”) (Successor Agency to the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency (“SFRA”) has continued to implement the SFRA Purchasing Policy. The Purchasing Policy establishes the policies and standards for the purchase of goods (including catering and printing), materials, products, items, supplies, commodities and equipment and personal and/or professional services.
Small Business Enterprise
OCII implements a Small Business Enterprise (SBE) Program with an overall SBE goal of 50% on agency assisted contracts. “Small Business Enterprise (SBE)” means an economically disadvantaged business that: is an independent and continuing business for profit; performs a commercially useful function; is owned and controlled by persons residing in the United States or its territories; has average gross annual receipts in the three years immediately preceding its application for certification as a SBE that do not exceed the following limits:
|Specialty Construction Contractors||$14,000,000|
|Suppliers (goods/materials/equipment and general services)||$12,000,000|
|Professional Services||$ 5,000,000|
OCII no longer certifies small businesses but accepts other governmental certifications of SBEs. Please refer to the Successor Agency’s New Procedure for Certifying SBE for additional information.
Effective March 15, 2022, OCII amended its Small Business Enterprise (SBE) Policy to accept the City and County of San Francisco's micro and small Local Business Enterprise certifications. Please select the following links for a copy of the SBE Policy and SBE Agreement.
Since July 1, 1998, firms seeking contracts or purchase orders that exceed $5,000 have been obligated to comply with the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency’s Nondiscrimination in Contracts and Equal Benefits Policy. OCII continues to enforce this policy. The Policy is based upon the City and County of San Francisco’s Nondiscrimination in Contracts: Equal Benefits Ordinance.
Minimum Compensation Policy (MCP) Declaration
The San Francisco Redevelopment Agency adopted the Minimum Compensation Policy (MCP), which became effective on September 25, 2001. OCII continues to enforce this policy.
Health Care Accountability Policy (HCAP) Declaration
The San Francisco Redevelopment Agency adopted the San Francisco Health Care Accountability Policy (the “HCAP”), which became effective on September 25, 2001. OCII continues to enforce this policy.
Prevailing Wage Policy (Labor Standards)
Construction Workforce Policy
Permanent Workforce Policy
Public Records Policy
Bayview Hunters Point (BVHP) Employment and Contracting Policy
In adopting the BVHP Redevelopment Plan, OCII and the City and County of San Francisco have made a commitment to vigorous equal opportunity and diversity in employment. The BVHP Employment and Contracting Policy is designed to ensure that OCII Action Projects and private Significant Projects (which do not receive OCII assistance), provide employment opportunities for BVHP residents and San Francisco residents in the areas of construction, professional services, and permanent jobs. This Policy has also been adopted for projects in Hunters Point Shipyard and Candlestick Point.