Labor Contracts

Reliable Labor Force

For more than 25 years ACI has provided inmate labor for some of the best known companies in Arizona. Last year alone, ACI provided over 2.8 million hours of labor to private sector companies. We’re looking for long-term relationships with Arizona companies wishing to replace outsourced skilled labor (work that was previously or currently done out of state or even out of the U.S.). We’re sensitive about taking jobs from unemployed Arizona workers and make every effort to insure that no Arizona workers lose their jobs because of this program. However, we’re happy to compete with the Chinese, Japanese, or other Asian markets, as well as Mexico and other South American countries.

We believe ACI offers a perfect alternative to the distance-outsourcing challenges many companies face. Programs can be designed to provide eight to 100s of workers. We can supply transportation to your location (with some restrictions). We also have industrial space available within prison facilities that has proven to be beneficial for some of our partners. Currently we have space available in Yuma, Winslow, Kingman, Tucson, and Douglas.

This program requires a contractual agreement, a willingness to follow closely monitored security guidelines, and a desire to work with a very motivated group of incarcerated men and women who are willing to work hard when given the opportunity. Costs begin at the Federal or State minimum hourly rate (whichever is higher) per person, plus other very moderate and reasonable security and administrative charges. Be sure to read more about the program here.

1099 Information

Former inmates with questions about to their 1099s from their time working with ACI should call the Arizona Department of Corrections, Rehabilitation and Reentry at (602) 542-8182

ACI does not generate, maintain or have access to inmate 1099 forms.

What’s in it for you?

  • Motivated workers that can be relied upon to be at work on time and prepared to work.
  • Flexibility in production scheduling to meet the changes in demand for your product or service.
  • Workers available when you need them, without being on the payroll at times when demand is slow.
  • Safe, secure, cost-effective work space without huge investments.

What’s in it for your community?

  • Contributions by the inmate to the cost of their incarceration.
  • Inmate contributions to Victims Compensations funds.
  • Inmates can contribute to the support of their families.
  • Mandatory savings by the inmate. This builds a fund to help the inmate make the transition back into society.
  • Inmate contributions to court ordered restitution to victims.

Labor Contract Case Studies

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How can ACI help with your staffing issues?

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Mario Diaz, labor operations administrator

Labor Operations Administrator
(602) 447-3112

Eric Cole, regional manager labor contracts

Labor Operations Manager
(602) 447-3132

Bruce Shiflet, regional manager

Labor Operations Manager
(602) 447-3130

Michael McCarville, regional manager labor contracts

Labor Operations Manager
(602) 447-3129

Derrick Hoskins, labor contracts

Safety Compliance Officer

Corinne Hines-Samuelson, inmate hours

PPSI, Labor Contracts
(602) 447-3133

Corina Gutierrez, labor contracts

Inmate Program Project Specialist
(602) 447-3152

28 Current Labor Partners

    ADOT Motor Vehicle Division
    American Curb & Vent
    Ascent Aviation Services
    AZ Log & Timber
    AZ Structural Laminators
    Ballard Truss
    Common Market (Swift)
    Continental Tire
    Du-Brook Dairies
    Erickson Construction
    ESB Modular
    Fiesta Canning
    Hickman’s Family Farms
    Hometown Hero
    JimGlo Trailer
    Keefe Group
    L & L Manufactured Components, Inc.
    LP Steel
    Morrison Management
    Paul Johnson Drywall
    Right Away Disposal
    Safety Services
    Sun Country Trailer
    Superstition Components
    Trapp Technology
    United Fibers