(f) this Order does not apply to subsidies; Contracts, agreements and grants to Native American tribes under the Indian Self-Determination and Educational Assistance Act (Public Law 93-638), as amended; or contracts or quasi-contractual instruments expressly excluded by the provisions adopted pursuant to point (a) of Section 4 of this Regulation. (b) In calculating the annual percentage increase in the consumer price index for the purposes of subparagraph (a) (ii) (B) of this section, the Secretary shall compare the consumer price index for the last month, quarter or year available (as chosen by the Secretary before the first year to which a minimum wage referred to in subparagraph (a) (ii) (B) applies) with the consumer price index for the same month. the previous month of the year; the same quarter of the previous year or the previous year. (c) Any rule adopted under this Section should, to the extent possible and in accordance with Article 8 of this Regulation, include existing definitions, procedures, remedies and enforcement procedures under the Fair Labor Standards Act, 29 U.S.C. 201 et seq.; the Service Contracts Act, 41 U.S.C. 6701 et seq.; and the Davis-Bacon Act, 40 U.S.C. 3141 et seq. (ii) effective January 1, 2016 and annually thereafter, an amount determined by the Secretary of Labor. The amount shall be published by the Secretary at least 90 days before the entry into force of this new minimum wage and shall correspond to: (ii) the functions of the Director of the Office of Administration and Budget with regard to budgetary, administrative or legislative proposals. (i) (a) it is a contract for services or works; (B) it is a contract or instrument similar to a contract for services covered by the Service Contracts Act; (b) This Order does not apply to contracts or instruments treated as a contract concluded on the basis of requests issued no later than the date of entry into force of the relevant measures taken pursuant to Article 4 of this Order. (B) increased by this amount by the annual percentage increase in the Consumer Price Index for urban and clerical employees (average of cities in the United States, all positions, not seasonally adjusted) or its successor 2 g) Independent agencies are invited to comply with the requirements of this Regulation. Paragraph 8. Effective date.
(a) This Ordinance shall enter into force immediately and shall apply to covered contracts in which the request for such a contract has been made on or after the following: § 4. (a) No later than October 1, 2014, to the extent permitted by law and in accordance with the requirements of the Federal Administrative Goods and Services Act, the Secretary shall make regulations to implement the requirements of this Order, including the provision of paragraph 3(B) the amount required for hourly wages under this Division, to cover 70 per cent of the salary referred to in Article 2 of this Ordinance; and paragraph 2. Determination of a minimum wage for contractors and subcontractors of the Confederation. (a) Executive divisions and agencies (agencies) shall ensure, to the extent permitted by law, that new contracts, contractual-type instruments and demands (collectively, “Contracts”) in accordance with Article 7 of this Regulation contain a clause that the Contractor and any subcontractor include in subordinate subcontracts specifying as a condition of payment that the minimum wage to be paid to employees is payable. Including employees whose wages are paid in accordance with 29 U.S.C. 214 (c) Special certificates issued, in the performance of the contract or subcontract under this Agreement, at least the following shall be: (c) Nothing in this order excuses non-compliance with any applicable federal or state wage law or ordinance that establishes a minimum wage in excess of the stated minimum wage. in this Ordinance. where appropriate, derogations from the requirements set out in this Regulation. To the extent permitted by law, the Federal Procurement Regulatory Council shall, within 60 days of the publication of these regulations by the Secretary, make regulations in the Federal Procurement Regulations to provide for the inclusion of the contractual clause in federal procurement requisitions and contracts subject to such appointment. (iii) for each subsequent year, round off 70% of the wages provided for in section 2 applicable to that year to the nearest multiple of $0.05.
(b) this Regulation is implemented in accordance with applicable law and subject to the availability of funds; (i) the power conferred by law on an organization or its head; or Section 1. Politics. This contract aims to increase efficiency and cost savings in the contracting parties` work with the federal government by increasing the minimum hourly wage paid by these contractors to $10.10. Increasing the wages of low-wage workers increases their morale and the productivity and quality of their work, reduces sales and associated costs, and reduces supervisory costs. These savings and quality improvements will result in greater efficiency and efficiency in public procurement. (b) This Order does not create any rights under the Contract Disputes Act, and disputes as to whether a contractor has paid the wages prescribed in this Order shall, to the extent permitted by law, be settled only in accordance with the provisions of the Secretary in the regulations published under this Order. Paragraph 5. Execution. a) The Secretary shall be empowered to investigate and comply with possible violations of this Order. Paragraph 7. General provisions.
(a) Nothing in this Order shall be construed as affecting or otherwise affecting: (c) For all new contracts and similar instruments negotiated between the date of this Order and the effective dates set out in this Section, agencies are requested to take all reasonable and legally authorized measures to ensure: that persons working under these contracts and instruments treated as contracts receive an hourly wage of at least $10.10 (as stated). in Sections 2 and 3 of this Regulation) from the date of entry into force referred to in this Section. (c) This order is not intended to create any substantial or procedural rights or benefits that are enforceable by either party against the United States, its departments, agencies or entities, its officers, employees or agents, or any other person, whether at law or in equity.4 (ii) Employees` salaries under such contract or quasi-contractual instrument shall be subject to Fair Labor. (b) Within 60 days after the Secretary makes a regulation under subsection (a) of this section, organizations shall, to the extent permitted by law, take steps to exercise any applicable authority to ensure that the contracts described in section 7(d)(i)(C) and (D) of this Order are deemed to have been entered into after the 1st. January 2015, in accordance with the date of entry into force of such action by the Agency, comply with the requirements set out in Sections 2 and 3 of this Regulation. (ii) for contracts for which action by the Agency is taken in accordance with Article 4(b) of this Ordinance, on January 1, 2015, in accordance with the effective date of that action.5 Publication determined by the Bureau of Labor Statistics; and (i) 1. January 2015 in accordance with the date of entry into force of the measures taken by the Federal Procurement Regulatory Council in accordance with Article 4(a) of this Regulation; or (ii) for each subsequent period of 1 year, until the hourly wage under this Division is 70% of the wages applicable under Division 2 of this Regulation for that period, an hourly wage equal to the amount specified in this Division for the preceding year, increased by the lower of the following amounts: (C) it is a contract or concession instrument similar to a contract; including all concessions excluded by the regulations of the Ministry of Labour at 29 C.F.R. 4,133(b); or By the authority I have as President by the Constitution and laws of the United States of America, including the Federal Property and Administrative Services Act, 40 U.S.C. 101 et seq., and in order to promote the effectiveness and efficiency of public procurement through contracts with sources that adequately remunerate their employees, the following is ordered: paragraph 6. Separability.
If any provision of this Order or the application of that provision to any person or circumstance is declared invalid, the remainder of this Order and the application of those provisions to any person or circumstance shall not be affected. (D) it is a contract or instrument similar to a contract with the federal government in respect of federal property or lands relating to the provision of services to federal employees, their dependants or the general public; and (b) If the employees do not receive a sufficient additional amount due to tips related to the hourly wage paid by the employer to equal their wages set out in section 2 of this Ordinance, the cash wage paid by the employer as set out in this section for those workers shall be increased so that their wages are equal to the minimum wage set out in section 2 of this Regulation. .