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  • 10/24/2016
  • Beware the 25th of October!

    It’s not quite what the Ides of March was to Julius Caesar, but government contractors do have plenty to worry about come October 25. That’s the day phased implementation of Executive Order 13673, “Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces,” begins. Effective that day, offerors on contracts exceeding $50 million will have to represent, to the best of their knowledge and belief, whether — since October 25, 2015 — there were findings that they violated any of 14 federal statutes and executive orders listed in the order and the implementing regulations. Those laws address wage and hour, safety and health, collective bargaining, family and medical leave, and civil rights protections. Contracting officers will be required to consider those disclosures in determining whether an offeror is a responsible source that has a satisfactory record of integrity and business ethics.

    Why worry?

Heather Lemarier 
Director of Business Development
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