Department of Labor

Department of Labor: Review of the Regulatory Analysis Review Group on Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s Proposal for the Identification, Classification and Regulation of Toxic Substances Posing a Potential Occupational Carcinogenic Risk

by Regulatory Analysis Review Group October 24, 1978 Department of Labor

Dear Mr. Marshall: The Regulatory Analysis Review Group has completed its review concerning the proposed regulations for the Identification, Classification and Regulation of Toxic Substances Posing a Potential Occupational Carcinogenic Risk. On August 30 and September 26, respectively, I submitted for the Department of Labor’s public record a notice that this proposal had been selected […]

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

by William Lilley June 23, 1976 Department of Labor

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 […]

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An Analysis of Certain Aspects of the Administration of the Davis- Bacon Act

by Robert S. Goldfarb May 4, 1976 Department of Labor

The Davis-Bacon Act, which was passed and signed into law in 1931, requires that contractors engaged in Federal government construction projects must pay their employees at wage rates not less than local “prevailing wages” as determined by the U.S. Department of Labor (DDL). Since 1931, over 60 Federal laws have been enacted that include provisions […]

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