Federal Contractors Required to Disclose Labor Law Violations

According to a White House fact sheet, companies must disclose labor law violations from the previous three years before they can win a federal contract. The order applies to contracts valued more than $500,000. The order is an attempt to reward contractors that have clean records by allowing them to check a singe box on the bid form indicating that they have no violations.
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