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Title 29Subtitle APart 4


TITLE 29—Labor

Subtitle A—OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF LABOR

PART 4—LABOR STANDARDS FOR FEDERAL SERVICE CONTRACTS

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Subpart A—SERVICE CONTRACT LABOR STANDARDS PROVISIONS AND PROCEDURES

§4.1
Purpose and scope.
§4.1a
Definitions and use of terms.
§4.1b
Payment of minimum compensation based on collectively bargained wage rates and fringe benefits applicable to employment under predecessor contract.
§4.2
Payment of minimum wage specified in section 6(a)(1) of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 under all service contracts.
§4.3
Wage determinations.
§4.4
Obtaining a wage determination.
§4.5
Contract specification of determined minimum wages and fringe benefits.
§4.6
Labor standards clauses for Federal service contracts exceeding $2,500.
§§4.7-4.9
[Reserved]
§4.10
Substantial variance proceedings under section 4(c) of the Act.
§4.11
Arm's length proceedings.
§4.12
Substantial interest proceedings.
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Subpart B—WAGE DETERMINATION PROCEDURES

§4.50
Types of wage and fringe benefit determinations.
§4.51
Prevailing in the locality determinations.
§4.52
Fringe benefit determinations.
§4.53
Collective bargaining agreement (successorship) determinations.
§4.54
Locality basis of wage and fringe benefit determinations.
§4.55
Issuance and revision of wage determinations.
§4.56
Review and reconsideration of wage determinations.
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Subpart C—APPLICATION OF THE MCNAMARA-O'HARA SERVICE CONTRACT ACT

Introductory

§4.101
Official rulings and interpretations in this subpart.
§4.102
Administration of the Act.
§4.103
The Act.
§4.104
What the Act provides, generally.
§4.105
The Act as amended.
§4.106
[Reserved]

Agencies Whose Contracts May Be Covered

§4.107
Federal contracts.
§4.108
District of Columbia contracts.
§4.109
[Reserved]

Covered Contracts Generally

§4.110
What contracts are covered.
§4.111
Contracts “to furnish services.”
§4.112
Contracts to furnish services “in the United States.”
§4.113
Contracts to furnish services “through the use of service employees.”
§4.114
Subcontracts.

Specific Exclusions

§4.115
Exemptions and exceptions, generally.
§4.116
Contracts for construction activity.
§4.117
Work subject to requirements of Walsh-Healey Act.
§4.118
Contracts for carriage subject to published tariff rates.
§4.119
Contracts for services of communications companies.
§4.120
Contracts for public utility services.
§4.121
Contracts for individual services.
§4.122
Contracts for operation of postal contract stations.
§4.123
Administrative limitations, variances, tolerances, and exemptions.
§§4.124-4.129
[Reserved]

Particular Application of Contract Coverage Principles

§4.130
Types of covered service contracts illustrated.
§4.131
Furnishing services involving more than use of labor.
§4.132
Services and other items to be furnished under a single contract.
§4.133
Beneficiary of contract services.
§4.134
Contracts outside the Act's coverage.
§§4.135-4.139
[Reserved]

Determining Amount of Contract

§4.140
Significance of contract amount.
§4.141
General criteria for measuring amount.
§4.142
Contracts in an indefinite amount.

Changes in Contract Coverage

§4.143
Effects of changes or extensions of contracts, generally.
§4.144
Contract modifications affecting amount.
§4.145
Extended term contracts.

Period of Coverage

§4.146
Contract obligations after award, generally.
§§4.147-4.149
[Reserved]

Employees Covered by the Act

§4.150
Employee coverage, generally.
§4.151
Employees covered by provisions of section 2(a).
§4.152
Employees subject to prevailing compensation provisions of sections 2(a)(1) and (2) and 4(c).
§4.153
Inapplicability of prevailing compensation provisions to some employees.
§4.154
Employees covered by sections 2(a)(3) and (4).
§4.155
Employee coverage does not depend on form of employment contract.
§4.156
Employees in bona fide executive, administrative, or professional capacity.
§§4.157-4.158
[Reserved]
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Subpart D—COMPENSATION STANDARDS

§4.159
General minimum wage.
§4.160
Effect of section 6(e) of the Fair Labor Standards Act.
§4.161
Minimum monetary wages under contracts exceeding $2,500.
§4.162
Fringe benefits under contracts exceeding $2,500.
§4.163
Section 4(c) of the Act.
§4.164
[Reserved]

Compliance with Compensation Standards

§4.165
Wage payments and fringe benefits—in general.
§4.166
Wage payments—unit of payment.
§4.167
Wage payments—medium of payment.
§4.168
Wage payments—deductions from wages paid.
§4.169
Wage payments—work subject to different rates.
§4.170
Furnishing fringe benefits or equivalents.
§4.171
“Bona fide” fringe benefits.
§4.172
Meeting requirements for particular fringe benefits—in general.
§4.173
Meeting requirements for vacation fringe benefits.
§4.174
Meeting requirements for holiday fringe benefits.
§4.175
Meeting requirements for health, welfare, and/or pension benefits.
§4.176
Payment of fringe benefits to temporary and part-time employees.
§4.177
Discharging fringe benefit obligations by equivalent means.
§4.178
Computation of hours worked.
§4.179
Identification of contract work.

Overtime Pay of Covered Employees

§4.180
Overtime pay—in general.
§4.181
Overtime pay provisions of other Acts.
§4.182
Overtime pay of service employees entitled to fringe benefits.

Notice to Employees

§4.183
Employees must be notified of compensation required.
§4.184
Posting of notice.

Records

§4.185
Recordkeeping requirements.
§4.186
[Reserved]
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Subpart E—ENFORCEMENT

§4.187
Recovery of underpayments.
§4.188
Ineligibility for further contracts when violations occur.
§4.189
Administrative proceedings relating to enforcement of labor standards.
§4.190
Contract cancellation.
§4.191
Complaints and compliance assistance.


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