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NEW SITE EXPEDITES DAVIS-BACON WAGE DATA DELIVERY.

The Labor Department is launching www.beta.SAM.gov to succeed the www.WD0L.gov website for wage determination data under the Davis-Bacon Act, plus Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) guidelines. Features of the new site include:

* Search-based structure. Users can search for a variety of information including specific Davis-Bacon Act and McNamara-O'Hara Service Contract Act wage determinations.

* Learning Center. Tutorial videos and tools familiarize users with the new format.

* Content filter, search. Users can access FAR and CFR citations for specific subjects via a Cross Index page for Contract Labor Standards. Site features more FAR Supplements and other acquisition regulations than WDOL.gov.

* Account option. By creating a beta.SAM.gov account, users can access certain system features exclusive to account holders, including the option to save previous searches; start or modify a Collective Bargaining Agreement; and, "Follow" specific wage determinations and receive email alerts when changes or modifications are published.

The Federal Service Desk will continue to support wage determinations in beta.SAM.gov. Employers can find compliance assistance resources from the Labor Department's Wage and Hour Division at www.dol.gov/WHD/foremployers.htm. Additional compliance assistance resources and answers to common questions regarding federal labor laws can be found at www.Employer.gov.--National Electrical Contractors Association; U.S. Department of Labor

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