Over the past two construction seasons, MDOT has piloted the use of LCPtracker software on select projects and is looking to implement its use during fiscal year 2017.
LCPtracker is a web-based software used to collect, verify and manage prevailing wage certified payrolls and related labor compliance documentation. It can validate local, state, or federal Davis-Bacon prevailing wage regulations and reduces the man-hours needed to manually review hundreds of certified payroll records for any given project.
LCPtracker will flag any error or omission discrepancies you may have on your payroll report and will interface with multiple off the shelf payroll software programs and can incorporate data from custom built programs.
To familiarize your company with the many benefits of this program, MITA is hosting a LCPtracker workshop on May 24, 2016 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at the MITA Building.
There is no fee for this workshop so make sure to sign up and have your payroll personnel learn first hand how this program can be incorporated into your daily payroll operations and be ready for what the future holds.