Licensees must maintain a Customer Register that contains, among other things, a complete and accurate list of all customers served.
Customer Register data for the period October 1 through December 31, 2016 is due BIC no later than January 31, 2017. You can use two different methods to submit your customer register data to BIC. You may choose which method you use:
Method 1: The BIC Online Portal (BIC-OP). The link to BIC-OP is: https://nycbicportal.force.com/BCP/ . The BIC Online Portal (BIC-OP) will allow you to login at any time to easily and efficiently update the required Customer Register information for your business.
To help you understand BIC-OP, we have created online tutorial videos that describe the steps to login, to add or change customer information, to certify and file your customer register, and to request an exemption from filing a Customer Register. Below are the links to each video. You can also access these videos at BIC's YouTube Channel, http://bit.ly/28Ypr2c .
Video 1: Logging in
Video 2: Business Integrity Commission Online Portal Overview
Video 3: Adding or Changing Customer Information in the Business Integrity Commission Online Portal
Video 4: Certifying and Filing Your Customer Register
Video 5: Advanced Techniques
For frequently asked questions, go to: BIC Online Portal FAQ . If you have any questions regarding BIC-OP, please email: email@example.com.
Method 2: Provide BIC with Customer Register data in a comma-separated-value (.CSV) text file format. You can find the new template for the Customer Register here. If you choose Method 2, you must take the following steps:
a. Contact BIC's Information Technology Department at firstname.lastname@example.org to obtain instructions regarding data rules that must be complied with.
b. Email the Customer Register data to BIC (in .CSV text file format) to: email@example.com .
c. Email a completed certification form in PDF format to firstname.lastname@example.org . You may find the certification form here.
d. Any customer register data that is filed in the wrong format, is incomplete, or contains errors will not be accepted and will be returned to the licensee.
If you choose Method 1 or Method 2, a complete and up-to-date customer register shall be filed quarterly:
|January 1 to March 31
|April 1 to June 30
|July 1 to September 30
|October 1 to December 31
Exemption From Customer Register
If you do not collect putrescible waste or recyclable materials from regular customers in New York City, if you only collect construction and demolition debris; or if you only perform on-call work, you may apply to BIC to be exempt from the Customer Register reporting requirements. To apply for a Customer Register exemption, you must login to the BIC-OP (https://nycbicportal.force.com/BCP) and go to the "Request an Exemption" tab.
Please see the Commission Directive regarding Customer Registers here