Congress avoided a government shutdown by landing on an agreement on the funding bill. But what exactly is the language in this bill?Read More
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Working together, Congress and the White House have permanently blocked the Obama Administration’s Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces regulations (also known as the “blacklisting rule”) that would have, among other things, required government contractors and sub-contractors to disclose prior labor violations when bidding on certain federal contracts.Read More
Under newly released DOL rules, most federal government contractors entering into new or renegotiated contracts on or after January 1, 2017, will be required to provide employees performing on, or in connection with, the contract with up to 56 hours of paid sick leave per year.Read More
Congress pulled a ghoulish Halloween trick this month, bringing to an end the Government Accountability Office’s (GAO) jurisdiction over bid protests of civilian agency task orders and delivery orders.Read More
A new final rule targeting tax cheats and convicted felons who try to bid on federal government contracts was published on September 30, 2016. The rule is effective immediately and makes permanent an interim rule published back in December 2015 which has already been in effect since February 26, 2016.Read More