Prevailing Wage Employee Benefit Administration

Prevailing Wage Employee Benefit Administration for Davis Bacon and Service Act Contractors

The U.S. Department of Labor or DOL has responsibilities to oversee that coordination, administration and consistency of the of the labor standards provisions of the Davis Bacon and Related Acts is being followed. The DOL has issued regulations under this authority to establish standards and procedures for the administration and enforcement of the Davis-Bacon labor standards provisions in covered contracts they’re responsible for or to which they provide federal assistance under laws they administer.

Compliance Assistance Materials include:Prevailing Wage Employee Benefit Administration

Davis-Bacon and Related Acts web page – Information on prevailing wage and benefits.

Employment Law Guide – Prevailing Wages in Construction Contracts – Description of the coverage and basic requirements of prevailing wages in construction contracts.

Compliance Assistance – Davis Bacon and Related Acts web page – Information on the acts that require prevailing wages and fringe benefits on federal construction contracts.

Wage Survey Form  – Optional form to ensure consistency in submission of wage data.

Wage Determinations on line – A single location providing federal contract officers and the public to use in obtaining SCA and DBA wage determinations for each official contract action.

Davis Bacon poster – Covered contractors must post this poster.

Form WH-347 – Optional form that satisfies requirements of Regulations parts 3 and 5. See 29 CFR 5.5 (a)(3)  for more information.

Davis Bacon Act – Requires payment of prevailing wages to laborers on a federal construction contract.

Reorganization Plan of 1950

29 CFR Part 1, 29 CFR Part 3, 29 CFR Part 5, 29 CFR Part 6, 29 CFR Part 7 – Regulation descriptions.

This is all the compliance materials, record keeping materials and applicable laws and regulations.  Contact Fringe Consulting for more information.

 

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