Specifications include, but are not limited to: 4.1.1Respondent must be knowledgeable and shall administer the drug and alcohol testing program for the State in accordance with the most current U.S. DOT drug and alcohol testing requirements pursuant U.S. DOT’s drug and alcohol testing pursuant to Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration regulations 49 CFR, Parts 40 and 382 as well as Federal Transit Administration rule 49 CFR Part 655 and Part 40, including all subsequent revisions and additions. 4.1.2Respondent must be contracted with or own a drug testing laboratory certified by Health and Human Services under the National Laboratory Certification Program that performs drug tests using urine specimens with split specimen collection conducted to be analyzed for the drugs or classes of drugs in accordance with the U.S. DOT regulations.4.1.3Respondent must be in contract with a Medical Review Officer (MRO) who is a licensed physician and meets the qualifications of the U.S. DOT regulations.4.1.4Respondent must be in contract with collection sites that are within the city limits of Iowa City/Coralville, Ames, Cedar Falls, Des Moines, Council Bluffs, Sioux City, Davenport, Mason City and Cedar Rapids, as well as within a 30-mile radius of each Iowa DOT facility. The collection site must be in the State of Iowa. 18.104.22.168Respondent must fill out Attachment 22.214.171.124Respondent’s contracted collection sites must provide Screening Test Technicians (STTs), Breath Alcohol Technicians (BATs) and Urine Specimen collectors that meet their respective requirements in accordance with U.S. DOT regulations. Collection sites must use breath alcohol testing equipment in accordance with U.S. DOT regulations.