Project DIR #
The project DIR # tends to be 5-7 digits long. Your prime contractor and/or awarding body should have this information. You may also check your contract/bid documents/memos for this information.
The $15k/$25k is based on the project total (COST TO THE PROJECT OWNER), not just your company's contract total.
This is not your company DIR number, which is formatted: 10000xxxxx.
Scopes of Work:
Even if you are working on a Public Works project, your work may not be considered a qualifying scope. A qualifying scope is work that tends to be hands-on, usually laborious. The work may be skilled or unskilled.
Sometimes a project will have extra reporting requirements on it. It may ask that you report to a 3rd-part software system. This is an additional requirement on-top of the general requirements outlined by state and federal regulations.
Reference your bid/contract/compliance documents to determine if there are additional requirements.