Letter: To William J. Usery, Secretary of Labor, From William Lilley III, COWPS

by William Lilley on June 23, 1976
by William Lilley

Dear Mr. Secretary:
In April 1975 the Secretary of Labor, John T. Dunlop, and the Director of the Council on Wage and Price Stability, Albert Rees, agreed in an exchange of letters that the Council would investigate the possibility that the procedures utilized in administering the Davis-Bacon Act by the Department of Labor (DOL) might be inflationary. The study was agreed upon as a means of the Department’s satisfying the Inflation Impact Statement program promulgated by Executive Order 11821 and the Office of Management and Budget’s Circular A-107…

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