Subcontractors are also required to submit payroll information for all of their employees using the ePayroll system. Any project that received federal funding requires payroll reporting for all employees working on the project. This is done through the LCPtracker program.
When prevailing wages are being paid, payroll information must also be tracked using the LCPtracker program to generate a Certified Payroll Report (CPR). Payroll information is entered separately for each individual employee being paid. A CPR must be submitted by the prime every week, which means that they rely upon you to provide your payment information promptly.
The first time a prime or subcontractor adds you to a project in LCPtracker, you should be provided with an LCPtracker ID and password by the agency which awarded you the contract.
Required payroll information includes pay rates, hours worked, fringe benefits and deductions. This information may be uploaded from a spreadsheet instead of being input manually on the website. You may also be asked to submit information about the numbers and types of employees (e.g., managers, supervisors, clerks) working on the project.
A subcontractor or trucker not completing/submitting required payroll information will cause the prime contractor to be sanctioned by ADOT and cause payment to the subcontractor to be delayed.
You can sign up for training with LCPtracker or UTRACS in the Field Reports sections of the ADOT website.
ADOT also holds workshops on Certified Payroll reporting every month. You can learn more about Certified Payroll Reporting classes on the same website.