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Applicability of Service Contract Act to Service Employees of ADP and High-Technology Companies
113769: Nov 19, 1980
The Service Contract Act was enacted to provide labor standards protection to employees of contractors furnishing services to federal agencies. Covered service employees must receive wages no less than the minimum wage, and for contracts exceeding $2,500, the minimum wages and fringe benefits must be based on rates that the Department of Labor determines as prevailing for service employees in the...
Total Compensation Comparability for Federal Employees
FPCD-80-82: Published: Sep 3, 1980. Publicly Released: Oct 3, 1980.
GAO was requested to review the Administration's proposed total compensation comparability system and to determine how it would affect civilian employees in the Federal Government. In assessing the feasibility of total compensation comparability, GAO addressed the appropriateness of benefits included in the Office of Personnel Management's (OPM) analysis, the importance of the secondary benefits t...
Service Contract Act Should Not Apply to Service Employees of ADP and High-Technology Companies
HRD-80-102: Published: Sep 16, 1980. Publicly Released: Sep 25, 1980.
The Service Contract Act of 1965 protects workers' wages on federal contracts when the contracts' principal purpose is to provide services in the United States using service employees. Minimum wages and fringe benefits must be based on rates that the Secretary of Labor determines as prevailing for service employees in the locality. The Department of Labor notified the General Services Administrati...
Labor-Management Relations Section of the Civil Service Reform Bill
B-40342: Published: Sep 18, 1978. Publicly Released: Sep 18, 1978.
No summary is currently available...
Improvements Needed in Federal Employees' Compensation Program
105740: Apr 12, 1978
The Federal Employees' Compensation Act provides for two types of disability payments--monthly payments for loss of wages for as long as the disability continues, and scheduled awards for certain permanent disabilities. The Federal Employees' Compensation Program has grown substantially since 1970 and, if benefit payments continue to increase at the same rate, annual benefit costs will reach $1 bi...
Federal Pay Comparability
090970: Jan 1, 1978
This article appeared in the GAO Review, Vol. 13, Issue 4, Fall 1978...
Administration of the Workers' Compensation Program
GGD-77-45: Published: Jul 8, 1977. Publicly Released: Jul 8, 1977.
The Postal Service's cost for workers' compensation has increased greatly since fiscal year 1973. Even though the Postal Service has taken action to manage its program more efficiently, it needs to do more.Many problems appear to result from insufficient number of staff to administer the program and inadequate procedures and training...
Proposed Bill to Provide for Grade Retention Benefits for Certain Federal Employees Whose Positions Are Reduced in Grade
FPC-77-47: Published: May 27, 1977. Publicly Released: May 27, 1977.
No summary is currently available...
Changes to the Federal Employees Group Life Insurance Program Are Needed
FPCD-77-19: Published: May 6, 1977. Publicly Released: May 6, 1977.
A comparative analysis was made of life insurance and other death benefit programs available to Federal employees and retirees with similar programs in the non-Federal sector.Death benefits for Federal Employees are available from several sources, including the Federal Employees' Group Life Insurance Program, various retirement programs, and workers' compensation. As a package, these are generally...