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Equitable Distribution Program
Miami-Dade County created the Equitable Distribution Program (EDP) to facilitate increased contracting opportunities to community based Architecture and Engineering (A&E) firms, as well as afford County department’s access to qualified professionals for smaller projects in an expedited fashion without necessitating a formal solicitation process.
The program is structured to equitably distribute projects in all County technical certifications to the program participants through a centralized rotational system. Each firm’s position, in the technical certification pools, is based on their prior contracting opportunities with the County. The EDP is applicable for all county projects with an estimated construction cost of $2 million or less and/or study activities less than $200,000 per the thresholds established in Florida State Statute 287.055 for continuous contracts.
Online registration for EDP is now available
Consultants may apply to participate in the EDP Program via the automated Contract Compliance Software. Paper applications are no longer accepted.Back to Top
Becoming an EDP Member
All Architectural and Engineering (A&E) firms with a local Miami-Dade County office that meet the program eligibility requirements may participate in the program once they have successfully completed the EDP application process.
- The firm must have active Pre-Qualification Certification (PQC) with the County.
- The firm is required to be in business for a minimum of one (1) year and may be required to have a place of business in the County.
- A business owner, alone or as a member of a group, shall own or control only one (1) firm including affiliates in the EDP.
- An individual design professional can only qualify one (1) firm pursuant to the respective Licensing Governing Boards of the State of Florida.
- Maintain a current and accurate award and payment records for the past three years on MDC projects.
- EDP firms issued a service order under any County A & E Professional Services Agreement (PSA) are required to submit appropriate utilization reports to the user department on all new and existing County contracts, including EDP work authorizations.
- Upon written notice, a firm shall execute the EDP agreement and submit the required documents and insurance certificates within ten (10) calendar days or lose their position in the EDP listing for a period of one hundred and eighty (180) days.
EDP Program Reports
EDP Work Assignments
EDP Work Assignment Report represents all of the EDP work assignments from the program inception until the designated end date indicated on the report.
County Contractor Reporting Requirements
EDP Work Assignments Issued after January 28, 2013
Subcontractor-Supplier Listing and Subcontractors Payment Report forms must be submitted by the Prime Consultant to the User Department for all EDP Assignments with a fee of greater than or equal to $100,000 with sub-consultants.
(Pursuant to Ordinance 11-90 and Sections 2.8.1, 2-8.8 and 10.34 of the Miami-Dade County Code.)
Contractor Reporting Requirements explains procedure for submitting required reports.
Subcontractor Supplier Listing must be submitted to the User Department as a condition of receiving an EDP Service Order which involves fees of $100,000 or more.
Subcontractor Payment Report must be submitted to the User Department as a condition of final payment for any EDP Service Order which has sub consultants and which involve fees of $100,000 or more.Back to Top
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