Pursuant to Section 202(b) of the District of Columbia Procurement Practices Act of 1985 (PPA), effective February 21, 1986 (DC Law 6-85; DC Official Code §2-302.02(b)); and Chapter 27 of Title 27 of the D.C Municipal Regulations, the purpose of the contract insurance requirement policy is to establish a process for:
- Determining the amount and type of insurance to be required in procurement contracts
- Standardizing insurance clauses, and to minimize risk to the District.
The contract insurance requirement policy also requires contracting officers to inform vendors of the minimum insurance requirements to do business with the District and it requires contracting and procurement officers to send Statements of Work for review and approval to the Office of Risk Management Insurance Program Officer prior to the issuance of a solicitation or awarding a contract involving a procurement over $100,000.
Insurance Requirements for Sidewalk Cafes, Streateries, Partklets, and other Public Space Rentals for Retail and Food and Beverage Service
Effective Through December 31, 2022
- General Liability: $1 million per occurrence / $2 million aggregate
- Workers’ Compensation: $500,000 per accident for injury, per employee for disease, and for policy disease limit
- Automobile Liability (for food trucks): $1 million per occurrence combined single limit for bodily injury and property damage
- Execute Indemnification and Hold Harmless Agreement. A copy of the agreement is provided here.