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September 4 to September 10, 2016

Starting Oct. 25, contractors seeking federal contracts over $500,000 will be required to disclose any civil and administrative proceedings against them violations of any of 14 listed workplace protections in the past three years. Do you agree with this action?


Yes; contractors who have a history of bad behavior shouldn’t be rewarded with federal contracts.
Maybe; there need to be provisions for companies who have been accused but are still in the appeals process.
No; a contractor’s past actions shouldn’t restrict access to future work.

Voting for this poll closed on Saturday, September 10, 2016



Tagged categories: Citations; Contractors; Criminal acts; Ethics; Government contracts; Violations

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