Government Contractor Requirements

Employers that contract with federal or state governments must comply with a number of special employment laws.

Government contractors may be required to comply with federal affirmative action requirements administered by the Office of Federal Contract Compliance (OFCCP), depending on the size of the contract and of the contractor.

They may also be subject to other OFCCP requirements and audits and to the Drug Free Workplace Act.

Government contractors may be subject to federal and/or state prevailing wage laws, establishing minimum wage and benefit levels.

How We Can Help

The attorneys of Harris Dowell Fisher & Harris, L.C., have experience assisting government contractors in complying with such special requirements and dealing with the agencies that enforce them. We can help contractors ensure that if audited they will be in compliance, as well as help contractors respond to compliance audits and investigations.

Contact us to discuss how we may best assist you in this regard.

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