Report E-Verify: Subcontractor registers as Federal Contractor in Subcontracts & Subcontract Management Posted May 17, 2017 2 hours ago, Fara Fasat said: Where in that clause do you see a requirement to provide proof to you of enrollment within 30 days? Unless I'm missing it, even the prime is not required to provide proof (and to whom, the CO?). Why do you consider it the prime's job to verify that your sub enrolled in E-Verify? Do you require your subs to verify to you that they have filed their EEO reports; have AA plans; notify their employees of rights under the NLRA; etc, just to name a few other mandatory flowdown clauses? Fara: You make a good point re: the proof of enrollment not being in the FAR clause. The requirement came from our DOE Contracting Officer in 2010. And yes, in some cases we do verify our subs have filed the EEO reports, especially if they have disclosed on their Reps & Certs they have not and have no exemption. Our subcontract clause reads: "Within 30 calendar days after award, the Seller shall demonstrate that it has enrolled as a Federal Contractor in the E-Verify System by providing the Contract Analyst a copy of the Seller's ‘Company Information’ page printed directly from the E-Verify System." Many of our subcontractors have multiple subKs and the Contract Analysts may exclude the above clause from the subK if they perform a search in E-Verify prior to subK award and the sub is enrolled as a FC. No further followup action is required. If the sub is not enrolled or is enrolled but not listed as a FC is when this issue arises. I have just reread our CO Guidance and it includes a link to the E-Verify User Manual for Federal Contractors. On page 14 of this document there is an "Important Note: Only Federal contractors who choose 'Federal Contractor with FAR E-Verify clause' are permitted to verify existing employees." It seems that flowing down the FC requirement is the only way to insure our subs can verify its existing employees who will perform under the federally-funded subcontract.