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Executive Order — Fair Pay and Safe Workspaces: New contractor responsibilities and the continued expansion of labor law requirements

Agnes P. Dover

Agnes P. Dover,

Washington, D.C.

Thomas L. McGovern III

Thomas L. McGovern III,

Washington, D.C.

George W. Ingham

George W. Ingham,

Northern Virginia

11 August 2014
On 31 July 2014, President Obama signed an executive order titled “Fair Pay and Safe Workspaces,” which will require that contractors applying for certain new contracts in 20161 disclose all violations of certain workplace laws over the past three years. The order also provides that the commission of workplace law violations may preclude contractors from being awarded contracts. Accordingly, it is more critical now than ever for federal contractors to avoid employee-related violations.
Agnes P. Dover

Agnes P. Dover,

Washington, D.C.

Thomas L. McGovern III

Thomas L. McGovern III,

Washington, D.C.

George W. Ingham

George W. Ingham,

Northern Virginia

EEOC Revises Contractor Pay Reporting Rule

Today, the U.S. Department of Labor’s Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) revised an earlier proposed rule that would require that federal contractors report pay data. The...

13 July 2016
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