A new webpage on employee misclassification suggests that DOL will continue to view the abuse of independent contractor status as an enforcement priority.
Barbara Kinosky was quoted in a recent Bloomberg BNA article that discussed a proposed FAR rule to encourage communication between agencies and contractors.
President Trump notwithstanding, employment law compliance should remain a top concern in 2017 as local and state legal requirements continue to evolve.
See conclusions from a GSA Office of Inspector General report that reviewed Industrial Operations Analysts and conducted an audit of contractor assessments.
New Department of Labor overtime rule scheduled to take effect December 1, 2016 was blocked from going into effect by a federal judge in Texas.
Centre Law & Consulting (Centre), a leading provider of legal services for federal contractors, has successfully worked on behalf of its client – Phoenix Air – to win a favorable outcome in their bid protest against the Department of the Interior on a recent Request for Proposal (RFP).
Barbara Kinosky will be a featured speaker at the upcoming SubCon workshop, NCMA NOVA chapter meeting, and Service Contract Labor Standards training course.
As we lead up to Thanksgiving this week, Centre Law & Consulting hopes you enjoy a feast filled with many things to be thankful for this holiday season.
Early bird rates have arrived on all 2017 training courses! Use code EARLYBIRD2017 to save $100 off your registration fee before December 30, 2016.
The Value Adjusted Total Evaluated Price Tradeoff is a Source Selection Procedure for the government to evaluate contractors beyond minimum requirements.