To assist federal contractors in understanding the FPSW
requirements and the latest developments, FortneyScott is offering three complimentary
Lunch & Learn webinars on complying with the new FPSW final rule which is
scheduled to become effective on October 25, 2016.
1. Overview and Introduction (Wednesday
September 28, 12:00 to 1:30 PM Eastern) CLICK HERE
- Topics Covered: A detailed briefing on the FPSW final rule
(FAR regulations and DOL guidance), including the self-reporting requirements
for labor law violations; how the new requirements are being implemented; the
role of Agency Labor Compliance Advisors and Labor Compliance Agreements; and
additional new compliance obligations involving paycheck transparency and
- Who should attend? All federal contractor representatives who
are responsible for compliance with the final rule, including representatives
with legal, compliance, government contracting and subcontracting/purchasing,
HR and EEO, health and safety, and/or labor responsibilities.
2. Reportable Labor
Law Violations and Paycheck Transparency (Wednesday,
October 5, 12:00 to 1:00 PM Eastern) CLICK HERE
- Topics Covered: Review of the reportable labor law violations,
with a special focus on “administrative merits determinations;” how Labor
Compliance Agreements may operate; the impact of reportable violations on
agency investigations and audits; and practical concerns on meeting the
paycheck transparency requirements by the January 1, 2017 effective date.
- Who Should Attend? Federal contractor representatives
responsible for compiling or addressing the labor law violations and meeting
the pay transparency requirements, including representatives with legal,
compliance, HR and EEO, compensation, health and safety, and labor
3. Addressing Implementation
of FPSW Requirements under the Government Contracting Process (Wednesday, October 19, 12:00 to 1:00 PM
HERE TO REGISTER
- Topics Covered: Overview of the federal procurement process;
how labor law violations and mitigating information will be reported in the SAM
database; the role of Agency Labor Compliance Advisors and the consequences of
their assessments; challenging adverse determinations; the responsibilities of
prime contractors in assessing subcontractor responsibility; and semi-annual
- Who Should Attend: Federal contractor personnel responsible for
compiling and addressing the consequences of the labor law violations in
Federal prime or subcontracting, including representatives with legal,
compliance, government contracting or subcontracting/purchasing responsibilities.
Attendees must register in advance. Please CLICK
HERE to register for all three.
We look forward to having you attend our three webinars on September 28,
October 5 and 19 starting at 12:00 noon (Eastern) on these very significant
government contracting compliance matters.