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November 20, 2009


Fred Smith

The DOL needs to investigate companies on federal contracts that are violating the FLSA by forcing their employees to accept non-exempt jobs that do not qualify as non-exempt. This practice is wide spread in the federal contracting business and the DODIG will not investigate OSHA and DOL violations by contractors because it allows lower bids on contracts. This practice of violating DOL and OSHA requlations allows federal contracting companies to use unfair bidding positions in violation of the CSA (Contract Services Act) which the DODIG is not enforcing when complaints are filed with the DODIG concerning OSHA and FLSA violations.

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