Contractors performing service and/or construction contracts for the federal government must comply with a set of labor standards dictated by statutes and regulations. Principal among these is the requirement to pay employees the certain minimum prevailing wages and fringe benefits dictated by DOL wage determinations or collective bargaining agreements. Construction contracts for the State of Alaska are subject to minimum prevailing wages under the state DOL office often referred to as “Little Davis Bacon” or “Baby Bacon.” The State DOL intent is similar to federal mandates, however; compliance report processes differ from the federal requirements.
Join Jody King, PTAC Contract Specialist, for an overview of Wage Determination (WD) requirements for federal and state contracting. In this webinar, Ms. King will discuss:
Introduction to Wage Determinations (WD) Service Contract Act (SCA) Construction Wage Rate Requirement Statute – formally known as Davis Bacon Act (DBA) State of Alaska Laborer’s & Mechanics’ Minimum Rates of Pay (Pamphlet 600) FAR clauses & provisions incorporating wage determinations How to find the correct wage determination in SAM.gov Applying the correct hourly wage, fringe, sick leave, vacation and holiday Submission of certified payroll Penalties for failing to comply with the service contract labor standards Using DOL FAQs
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