(b) The VTA shall not enter into a job order contract for work that is protected by
collective bargaining agreements.
(c) The VTA shall not enter into a job order contract for new construction.
(d) The VTA may enter into a job order contract only if the job order contract, and
the task orders within the contract, is subject to the project labor agreement between
the VTA and the Santa Clara and San Benito Counties Building and Construction Trades
Council, unless otherwise exempted by that project labor agreement.
(e) The VTA shall only enter into a job order contract with the lowest responsible
and responsive bidder, based on the bidder's plans and specifications for typical
(f) A single job order contract shall not exceed five million dollars ($5,000,000)
in the first term of the job order contract and, if extended or renewed, ten million
dollars ($10,000,000) over the maximum of two extended terms of the job order contract.
(g)(1) The VTA may execute a job order contract for an initial contract term of no
more than 12 months, with the option of extending or renewing the job order contract
for two additional 12-month periods. An extension or renewal shall be priced as provided in the invitation for bids. An extension or renewal shall be mutually agreed to by the VTA and the contractor
pursuant to the job order contract.
(2) The job order contract shall specify that its term will not exceed the contract
term or the date that the maximum value of the contract is achieved, whichever is
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