Part 4 - LABOR STANDARDS FOR FEDERAL SERVICE CONTRACTS  


Subpart A — Service Contract Labor Standards Provisions and Procedures
§ 4.1 Purpose and scope.
§ 4.2 Payment of minimum wage specified in section 6(a)(1) of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938 under all service contracts.
§ 4.3 Wage determinations.
§ 4.4 Obtaining a wage determination.
§ 4.5 Contract specification of determined minimum wages and fringe benefits.
§ 4.6 Labor standards clauses for Federal service contracts exceeding $2,500.
§ 4.10 Substantial variance proceedings under section 4(c) of the Act.
§ 4.11 Arm's length proceedings.
§ 4.12 Substantial interest proceedings.
§ 4.1a Definitions and use of terms.
§ 4.1b Payment of minimum compensation based on collectively bargained wage rates and fringe benefits applicable to employment under predecessor contract.
§§ 4.7-4.9 [Reserved]
Subpart B — Wage Determination Procedures
§ 4.50 Types of wage and fringe benefit determinations.
§ 4.51 Prevailing in the locality determinations.
§ 4.52 Fringe benefit determinations.
§ 4.53 Collective bargaining agreement (successorship) determinations.
§ 4.54 Locality basis of wage and fringe benefit determinations.
§ 4.55 Issuance and revision of wage determinations.
§ 4.56 Review and reconsideration of wage determinations.
Subpart C — Application of the McNamara-O'Hara Service Contract Act
§ 4.101 Official rulings and interpretations in this subpart.
§ 4.102 Administration of the Act.
§ 4.103 The Act.
§ 4.104 What the Act provides, generally.
§ 4.105 The Act as amended.
§ 4.106 [Reserved]
§ 4.107 Federal contracts.
§ 4.108 District of Columbia contracts.
§ 4.109 [Reserved]
§ 4.110 What contracts are covered.
§ 4.111 Contracts “to furnish services.”
§ 4.112 Contracts to furnish services “in the United States.”
§ 4.113 Contracts to furnish services “through the use of service employees.”
§ 4.114 Subcontracts.
§ 4.115 Exemptions and exceptions, generally.
§ 4.116 Contracts for construction activity.
§ 4.117 Work subject to requirements of Walsh-Healey Act.
§ 4.118 Contracts for carriage subject to published tariff rates.
§ 4.119 Contracts for services of communications companies.
§ 4.120 Contracts for public utility services.
§ 4.121 Contracts for individual services.
§ 4.122 Contracts for operation of postal contract stations.
§ 4.123 Administrative limitations, variances, tolerances, and exemptions.
§ 4.130 Types of covered service contracts illustrated.
§ 4.131 Furnishing services involving more than use of labor.
§ 4.132 Services and other items to be furnished under a single contract.
§ 4.133 Beneficiary of contract services.
§ 4.134 Contracts outside the Act's coverage.
§ 4.140 Significance of contract amount.
§ 4.141 General criteria for measuring amount.
§ 4.142 Contracts in an indefinite amount.
§ 4.143 Effects of changes or extensions of contracts, generally.
§ 4.144 Contract modifications affecting amount.
§ 4.145 Extended term contracts.
§ 4.146 Contract obligations after award, generally.
§ 4.150 Employee coverage, generally.
§ 4.151 Employees covered by provisions of section 2(a).
§ 4.152 Employees subject to prevailing compensation provisions of sections 2(a)(1) and (2) and 4(c).
§ 4.153 Inapplicability of prevailing compensation provisions to some employees.
§ 4.154 Employees covered by sections 2(a)(3) and (4).
§ 4.155 Employee coverage does not depend on form of employment contract.
§ 4.156 Employees in bona fide executive, administrative, or professional capacity.
§§ 4.124-4.129 [Reserved]
§§ 4.135-4.139 [Reserved]
§§ 4.147-4.149 [Reserved]
§§ 4.157-4.158 [Reserved]
Subpart D — Compensation Standards
§ 4.159 General minimum wage.
§ 4.160 Effect of section 6(e) of the Fair Labor Standards Act.
§ 4.161 Minimum monetary wages under contracts exceeding $2,500.
§ 4.162 Fringe benefits under contracts exceeding $2,500.
§ 4.163 Section 4(c) of the Act.
§ 4.164 [Reserved]
§ 4.165 Wage payments and fringe benefits—in general.
§ 4.166 Wage payments—unit of payment.
§ 4.167 Wage payments—medium of payment.
§ 4.168 Wage payments—deductions from wages paid.
§ 4.169 Wage payments—work subject to different rates.
§ 4.170 Furnishing fringe benefits or equivalents.
§ 4.171 “Bona fide” fringe benefits.
§ 4.172 Meeting requirements for particular fringe benefits—in general.
§ 4.173 Meeting requirements for vacation fringe benefits.
§ 4.174 Meeting requirements for holiday fringe benefits.
§ 4.175 Meeting requirements for health, welfare, and/or pension benefits.
§ 4.176 Payment of fringe benefits to temporary and part-time employees.
§ 4.177 Discharging fringe benefit obligations by equivalent means.
§ 4.178 Computation of hours worked.
§ 4.179 Identification of contract work.
§ 4.180 Overtime pay—in general.
§ 4.181 Overtime pay provisions of other Acts.
§ 4.182 Overtime pay of service employees entitled to fringe benefits.
§ 4.183 Employees must be notified of compensation required.
§ 4.184 Posting of notice.
§ 4.185 Recordkeeping requirements.
§ 4.186 [Reserved]
Subpart E — Enforcement
§ 4.187 Recovery of underpayments.
§ 4.188 Ineligibility for further contracts when violations occur.
§ 4.189 Administrative proceedings relating to enforcement of labor standards.
§ 4.190 Contract cancellation.
§ 4.191 Complaints and compliance assistance.

Authority

41 U.S.C. 351 et seq.; 41 U.S.C. 38 and 39; 5 U.S.C. 301; Pub. L. 104–188, §2105(b); Pub. L. 110–28, 121 Stat. 112; Secretary's Order 9–2009, 74 FR 58836 (Nov. 13, 2009).

Source

48 FR 49762, Oct. 27, 1983, unless otherwise noted.

EditorNote

, Nomenclature changes to part 4 appear at 61 FR 19984, May 3, 1996.