The Practitioner's Guide to Prevailing Wage Compliance
Attendees learn the day-to-day application for ensuring compliance when managing government funded projects. Failure to perform any of the prevailing wage requirements can lead to serious consequences, including but not limited to back wage/fringe claims, fines, criminal charges, and debarment.
The target audience for these courses include:
Service Contract Act (SCA) of 1965 Course
Upcoming SCA Courses
Davis-Bacon and Related Acts (DBA / DBRA) Course
The Davis-Bacon Act passed in 1931 and Related Acts covers federally funded and assisted contracts with a dollar value in an excess of $2,000 for construction, alteration, and/or repairs (including painting and decorating), where the place of performance is in one or more of the 50 states and the District of Columbia. Covered employees are laborers, mechanics, guards, and watchmen employed upon the site of work. The issuing Agency could be Federal, State or Local Government. No matter the size – small or large – every contract subject to DBA and/or DBRA has the same basic prevailing wage and fringe benefit requirements. Onsi provides a Comprehensive DBA Course option to better equip you and your teams in managing and adhering to the requirements within the Davis-Bacon and Related Acts.
This course will answer questions such as:
Upcoming DBA/DBRA Courses
Upcoming Course Calendar