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  1. CONSTRUCTION vs COMMERCIAL ITEM

    That's it, Vern! Thanks for the letter & the clarification.
  2. A few years ago, an official (Army? Corps of Engineers?) issued what I think was a policy letter explaining why construction is not a commercial item/service. Has that letter (that I can't find now) been superseded or rescinded by another letter or DFAR/FAR regulation? After many internet, DFAR, & FAR searches, I turn to you for help! Thanks!
  3. Services on a construction site

    Cajuncharlie, both DBRA & SCA clauses are in the prime. Isn't that nice?
  4. Services on a construction site

    Cajuncharlie, both DBRA & SCA clauses are in the prime. Isn't that nice?
  5. Services on a construction site

    Thank you, Vern. I plan to refer to you as a SME in my continuing efforts to convince anyone here that this is the correct interpretation. Hope that's okay with you. It would be very helpful to have additional responses to this thread.
  6. Good day! My question is about selecting the correct labor law to apply to a subcontractor. If the subcontractor is performing a "service" on a DBA construction site, employs no laborers, mechanics, apprentices, trainees or helpers, is the work subject to the Service Contract Act or Davis Bacon Act? Anxiously awaiting your response!
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