Top Ten Service Contract Act Mistakes and How to Avoid Them to Stay in Compliance and Protect Your Bottom Line
Topic: Performance-Based Acquisition
Original Air Date: Thursday, November 10, 2011
Program Code: 170042
The SCA regulations are complex and don’t always provide a clear path for compliance efforts, particularly with regard to benefits. In addition, federal agencies don’t always perform their role in the regulatory scheme, which can leave contractors vulnerable not only to being tagged with SCA violations but also to not realizing the profit they were anticipating or even losing money on a contract.
This webinar will discuss the top ten SCA mistakes and best practices to avoid these common pitfall, enhance your compliance efforts, and protect your bottom line. Our presenter is Leslie Stout-Tabackman, a partner at the law firm of Jackson Lewis, LLP. Ms. Stout-Tabackman, who practices in the firm’s D.C. Region office, regularly counsels and represents clients with matters before the DOL’s Wage and Hour Division, including Fair Labor Standards Act issues and prevailing wage and benefits issues arising under the SCA and the Davis-Bacon Act (DBA). Her prevailing wage practice includes counseling federal contractors and providing comprehensive training on SCA and DBA prevailing wages and benefits requirements, coverage, exemption and worker classification issues, and related contracting procedures from the solicitation and bid stage through completion of the contract.
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Department of Labor (DOL) prevailing wage law audits and enforcement proceedings are on the rise and can result in:
- Back pay (going back potentially 6 years);
- Overtime violation penalties;
- Withholding of contract funds; and
- Debarment for 3 years from all government contracts.
Lesile Stout-Tabackman, Partner, Jackson Lewis, LLP
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