The Contract and Labor Compliance Officer supports economic growth by creating a level playing field for Small, Local and Emerging Business (SLEB) enterprises and Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBE) pursuing contracting, subcontracting, and procurement opportunities, ensures firms abide by the applicable public contract codes and Agency specifications, and enforces labor code regulations.
The Contract And Labor Compliance Officer also oversees the Building Opportunities for Business (BOB) Program, which works to promote economic growth, local employment and business development within Alameda County through maximizing public contracting opportunities to local businesses. The BOB Program encourages the participation of small and local contractors, consultants, and vendor businesses by ensuring non-discrimination through outreach, education, and technical assistance.
For additional information or assistance with becoming a certified Alameda County vendor, please contact us below.
For more information regarding the Business Outreach Program and outreach events, click here.