Category Archives: E-Verify

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GAO Dismisses Protest Alleging Noncompliance with E-Verify Requirements

In Ashland Sales & Service Co., B-408969 (Nov. 1, 2013), the Government Accountability Office (“GAO”) dismissed a protest by Ashland Sales & Service Co. (“Ashland”) alleging that a contract for lightweight jackets was improperly awarded to Creighton AB, Inc. (“Creighton”) where Creighton was not enrolled in the employment eligibility verification (“E-Verify”) system at the time … Continue Reading

Federal Contractors: The FAR E-Verify Clause Revisited – Critical Steps a Contractor Can Take To Foster E-Verify Compliance

By Dawn Lurie  “Yes, we use E-Verify.” “Of course, our company is in compliance, we did an I-9 audit a few years ago – isn’t that the same as E-Verify?” “I know this is not an issue, because I remember being told we addressed all I-9 and E-Verify issues.” “No, the General Counsel’s office doesn’t … Continue Reading

Trust, but E-Verify: A Cheat Sheet for Mandatory Employment Eligibility Verification by Federal Contractors

The final rule mandating E-Verify for federal contractors became effective on September 8, 2009. The lawsuit that stayed implementation of E-Verify since January ended with the district court’s granting of the Government’s motion for summary judgment. As long as Congress continues to fund E-Verify, it should remain a permanent fixture of federal procurement.  … Continue Reading

Government Contractors Are Spared E-Verify (For Now) But Face Debarment for Hiring Illegal Immigrants

For the third time, the Government has agreed to delay the mandatory implementation of E-Verify for government contractors. They will not have to comply with E-Verify until June 30, 2009, when contracting officers can begin inserting FAR clause 52.222-54. Employment Eligibility Verification, into solicitations and contracts. 74 Fed. Reg. 17793. E-Verify has been pushed back once already … Continue Reading

E-Verify Postponed . . . Again

Mandatory implementation of E-Verify by government contractors – which was originally scheduled for January 15, 2009 and postponed until February 20 – has been postponed again in connection with a lawsuit filed by the Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America and its co-plaintiffs in U.S. District Court seeking declaratory and injunctive relief … Continue Reading

Mandatory Use of E-Verify Postponed

As noted in an email alert to the Coalition for Government Procurement members, mandatory implementation of the E-Verify use by Government contractors has been postponed to February 20, 2009.  The Coalition has kindly authorized us to republish the text of its alert as a courtesy to our subscribers.… Continue Reading

Federal Contractors Must Now Verify the Legal Work Status of Employees

Beginning on January 15, 2009, certain federal contractors will be required to utilize the E-Verify system to assure that employees assigned to work on federal procurement contracts and all new employees are authorized to work in the United States.  E-Verify is an Internet-based employment verification system administered by the Department of Homeland Security (“DHS”) designed … Continue Reading
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