Federal Labor Standards in Government Contracting (2022 Update)
Created on January 10, 2022
Contracting with the Federal Government is not like a business deal between two companies or a contract between a consumer and a commercial contractor. Thus, advising a Government contractor is not like advising another business client. This course will focus on how the Government uses its contracts to further its socio-economic agenda-from affirmative action and equal employment opportunity to prevailing wages and fringe benefits to incentivizing vaccination against COVID-19. This course also will discuss the risks for contractors that do not understand their legal obligations.
Discuss how contracting with the Federal Government is different from commercial contracting
Review the major labor laws, regulations, and executive orders that impose special obligations on government contractors
Identify the risks to contractors that don't understand their legal and contractual obligations
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