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  1. It is typical for government employees to get accustomed to on-site contractor staff, especially when they've been providing services under contract for an extended period of time. By extended, I mean at least one year. And I'm not referring to non-exempt contractor employees covered by the Service Contract Act. I'm specifically referring to exempt employees with formal educations, extensive experience and training; i.e., professionals. Executive Order (EO) 13495, “Nondisplacement of Qualified Workers Under Service Contracts,” signed by President Obama on January 30, 2009, became effective on
  2. What are the limitations on the Government sitting in on a contractor's interview with prospective contractor employees for a particular contract? Can the Government "approve" or "reject" a candidate for employment with a contractor under a specific contract? Scenario: Government solicitation includes labor category descriptions for a T&M contract. Solicitation includes minimum qualifications contractor employees are required to have (skills, education, experience, etc...). Contractor invites Government to sit-in during contractor's interview with contractor candidate. Candidate's resume s
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