Intents & Affidavits

About Intents & Affidavits

Learn about filing requirements, contract amount and when to file Intents and Affidavits for paying prevailing wage on public works projects.

Getting Started Filing

Learn the steps you need to take to start using the online Prevailing Wage Intents and Affidavits (PWIA) system to file your Intents and Affidavits.

File Intent & Affidavit Forms

Use our online system to file your Prevailing Wage Intents and Affidavits.

Intents & Affidavits Customer Help

Get help using Prevailing Wage Intents and Affidavits (PWIA) online service by checking out common questions � and their answers � PWIA users have asked.

View Approved Intent & Affidavit Forms

Look up an Intent or an Affidavit filed by an employer/contractor for work done on a public works project.

Small Public Works Projects Alternate Process

The small public works alternate filing process has changed. The old forms for this process will not be accepted after October 1, 2007. Only a single contractor performing small work directly for the awarding agency, with no subcontractors, may use this alternate process.

Large Contract Reporting Requirements

A 2010 law requires that, for contracts entered into between September 1, 2010 and December 31, 2013, contractors must report to L&I; regarding certain project-specific items produced outside Washington. Contractors will report this data on the Affidavit of Wages Paid form.

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