If the state or local government uses its own employees to do the work, the state or local government must be a certified firm and at least one of the employees assigned to each job must be a certified renovator. If the state or local government hires a renovation firm to perform the renovation, the state or local government does not need firm or renovator certification, but the firm the state or local government hires must be certified and must perform the renovation using a certified renovator that directs and provides on-the-job training to any workers that are not certified renovators.
Are state and local government employees who often do renovation work required to be certified?
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