Nondisplacement of Qualified Workers Under Service Contracts
President Biden reinstated a version of the Nondisplacement of Qualified Workers Under Service Contracts EO and it is not the same as the previous one! The final rules have finally been implemented, and the new FAR provision is working into service contracts. Learn about the new version and how to stay out of its crosshairs. | Self-Paced Virtual Training| Intermediate | 90 minutes | 1.5 CPE/CLP | $55 member/$69 non-member
Recorded on 01/12/2023
Description: On November 18, 2021, President Biden issued an executive order reinstating a version of the Nondisplacement of Qualified Workers Under Service Contracts executive order that had previously been implemented by President Obama and then rescinded by President Trump. However, the Biden executive order is not the same! The final rules have finally been implemented and the new FAR provision is working its way into service contracts. In this webinar, we will discuss the Biden version of Non-Displacement of Qualified Workers and what you need to know to stay out of its crosshairs.
Level of Difficulty:
- B.4 Risk Management
- 1.2 Contract Principals
- 1.4 Regulatory Compliance
- 1.7 Communication and Documentation
Nichole D. Atallah
- Nichole Atallah is a Partner and the Practice Group Chair of Labor & Employment at the DC-based law firm PilieroMazza PLLC. Government contractors rely on Nichole’s substantial expertise with FAR Part 22 compliance, including the Service Contract Labor Standards (Service Contract Act), Construction Labor Standards (Davis-Bacon Act), and the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs requirements specific to government contractors. Nichole’s primary goal in representing employers is to help guide them through difficult situations, proactively address compliance, and avoid costly disputes.
- Sarah Nash is a Partner in the Labor & Employment Group at the DC-based law firm PilieroMazza PLLC. She regularly advises clients on compliance specific to government contracting, including offering counsel on prevailing wage laws, such as the Service Contract Act, codes of ethics, and equal employment opportunity requirements. Sarah is also a member of the Firm’s Construction Industry Team, where she focuses on matters arising under the Davis-Bacon Act and prevailing wage requirements.
- 1.5 CPE/CLP credits for participation
- $55 member/ $69 non-member