Examples of businesses likely subject to the pay-to-playrequirements include law firms, accountants, nonprofitorganizations, medical professionals, hospitals, private schoolsand universities, investment management firms, banks, constructioncompanies, engineering firms, real estate developers, and any otherindividual or organization that provides goods or services orotherwise engages in business with New Jersey governmentalentities.

The following is a step-by-step guide for businesses subject tothis reporting requirement.

"Pay-to-play" refers to the perception that government work isawarded on the basis of a business's political contributions,rather than merit. To combat that perception in New Jersey, acomplex series of laws was enacted to regulate and monitorpolitical contributions made by those companies doing business withNew Jersey government at the state, county or local level.

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