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ESQUIRE: REFERENCE IS MADE TO YOUR LETTER OF SEPTEMBER 24. WE HAVE CONCLUDED THAT THE IRREGULARITIES ORIGINALLY REPORTED ARE NOT OF A NATURE REQUIRING IMPOSITION OF DEBARMENT. IS RESCINDED.

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B-124251, JAN. 6, 1956

TO OTIS E. NELSON, ESQUIRE:

REFERENCE IS MADE TO YOUR LETTER OF SEPTEMBER 24, 1955, AND ACCOMPANYING BRIEFS, IN REPLY TO CHARGES THAT GEORGE J. HOEPPNER AND THE HOEPPNER CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, INC., DISREGARDED OBLIGATIONS TO EMPLOYEES UNDER THE DAVIS-BACON ACT, 40 U.S.C. 276A.

UPON RECONSIDERING THE ENTIRE MATTER IN THE LIGHT OF YOUR BRIEFS AND THE ADDITIONAL EVIDENCE, WE HAVE CONCLUDED THAT THE IRREGULARITIES ORIGINALLY REPORTED ARE NOT OF A NATURE REQUIRING IMPOSITION OF DEBARMENT. HENCE, WITHOUT PREJUDICE TO THE EVENTUAL ADJUSTMENT OF WAGE DIFFERENCES, IF ANY, THAT MAY BE INVOLVED, THE NOTICE OF DEBARMENT ACTION ADDRESSED TO MR. HOEPPNER ON AUGUST 12, 1955, IS RESCINDED.

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