Porzio's Pay-to-Play Database (P2P) is New Jersey's "go to" information center for pay-to-play laws.
Businesses that rely on government contracts must be aware of and comply with a host of inconsistent and overlapping pay-to-play laws in New Jersey. A failure to comply with governing pay-to-play laws could have significant financial consequences, as non-compliance could lead to penalties including the loss of a government contract and a disqualification period for future contracts. As a result, P2P was created to help companies understand those pay-to-play laws and ensure that they do not violate them.
Porzio’s Pay-to-Play Database is a user-friendly, informative, interactive database of New Jersey governmental affairs laws and regulations that will assist organizations to comply with lobbying laws, pay-to-play rules, and political contribution rules. Lobbyists, law firms, in-house counsel, trade associations, and corporations have access in the database to criteria, thresholds, and limits that govern political contributions. The database also identifies the counties and municipalities that have pay-to-play rules.
If your business depends on government contracts or if you are having trouble finding your way through New Jersey’s pay-to-play laws, Porzio’s Pay-to-Play Database is the only resource you need to stay compliant and to remain involved in the political process.