Compliance 2018-01-26T13:17:59+00:00

We Help You Make Better, Easier And Faster Hiring Decisions

Our annually renewing process is tracked continuously throughout the year for General Liability, Worker Comp, and Commercial Auto. The system immediately alerts us when a contractor’s policy has a change in coverage, is cancelling or expiring. If unresolved, the contractor will be deemed to be out of compliance and their listing will be made inactive.

Directory for Contractors checks for…

  • Felonies, National Criminal & Sex Offenders Check

  • Government Watch List Including OFAC/SDN Check †
  • Professional/Business License Verification

  • Corporate Status Check

  • Federal Tax ID Check Including USPS Address Match

  • Death Master File Check

  • Excluded Parties List System Check ‡

Certificates of Insurance

Collecting insurance certificates that meet your requirements just became a whole lot easier.

Insurance verification for your subs can be a task, consider that your subcontractors may be using multiple insurance carriers (i.e., one for GL, another for WC, etc.) Policies listed on a certificate of insurance often will have different expiration dates. Managing certificates of insurance will help your business avoid costly claims and reduce your exposure.

Tracking and managing certificates of insurance to confirm all limits, endorsements and insurance requirements are in place is not a job for the undisciplined, inexperienced, or otherwise unqualified. In fact, our online platform will save you time and headaches at the time of an audit.

Now you can easily Collect, Review and Track your Certificates all in one place.

† On September 23, 2001, the President issued Executive Order 13224, blocking property and prohibiting transactions with persons who commit, threaten to commit, or support terrorism. All U.S. persons (including individuals and entities) are responsible for ensuring that they do not undertake a business dealing with an individual or entity on the OFAC/SDN list.

‡ The EPLS is an electronic, web-based system that identifies those parties excluded from receiving Federal contracts, certain subcontracts, and certain types of Federal financial and non-financial assistance and benefits.