National Alliance for Fair Contracting

National Alliance for Fair Contracting The National Alliance for Fair Contracting (NAFC) NAFC is a labor-management organization comprised of fair contracting organizations, contractors, and labor unions founded to promote and support a level playing field in the public construction sector.
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NAFC provides a forum in the construction industry for those committed to responsible, competitive contracting and offers its members a wide variety of tools to strengthen, defend and enforce the broad array of laws and requirements which regulate public construction.

NAFC provides a forum in the construction industry for those committed to responsible, competitive contracting and offers its members a wide variety of tools to strengthen, defend and enforce the broad array of laws and requirements which regulate public construction.

Mission: NAFC works to improve cooperation between labor, management, and government agencies so that everyone can work together to ensure fairness in the public construction market.

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11/05/2019
Fair Contracting Update - October 22, 2019

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A Maspeth, Queens, steel-fabrication company copped to cheating hundreds workers out of overtime pay and wages, and agreed to pay out more than $6 million owed to welders and ironworkers, according to its plea deal with the state Department of Labor following a joint investigation with the Manhattan...

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10/29/2019
Fair Contracting Update - October 22, 2019

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A Maspeth, Queens, steel-fabrication company copped to cheating hundreds workers out of overtime pay and wages, and agreed to pay out more than $6 million owed to welders and ironworkers, according to its plea deal with the state Department of Labor following a joint investigation with the Manhattan...

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10/28/2019
Fair Contracting Update - October 22, 2019

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A Maspeth, Queens, steel-fabrication company copped to cheating hundreds workers out of overtime pay and wages, and agreed to pay out more than $6 million owed to welders and ironworkers, according to its plea deal with the state Department of Labor following a joint investigation with the Manhattan...

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10/26/2019
Fair Contracting Update - October 22, 2019

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A Maspeth, Queens, steel-fabrication company copped to cheating hundreds workers out of overtime pay and wages, and agreed to pay out more than $6 million owed to welders and ironworkers, according to its plea deal with the state Department of Labor following a joint investigation with the Manhattan...

Fair Contracting Update - October 22, 2019
10/22/2019
Fair Contracting Update - October 22, 2019

Fair Contracting Update - October 22, 2019

A Maspeth, Queens, steel-fabrication company copped to cheating hundreds workers out of overtime pay and wages, and agreed to pay out more than $6 million owed to welders and ironworkers, according to its plea deal with the state Department of Labor following a joint investigation with the Manhattan...

New West Virginia study finds repeal of prevailing wage saved taxpayers no money - https://www.wvnews.com/news/wvnews/ne...
05/24/2019
New West Virginia study finds repeal of prevailing wage saved taxpayers no money

New West Virginia study finds repeal of prevailing wage saved taxpayers no money - https://www.wvnews.com/news/wvnews/new-west-virginia-study-finds-repeal-of-prevailing-wage-saved/article_65cf328e-fc6c-5483-921b-9106a9cca0e9.html

CHARLESTON — Officials with the West Virginia State Building Trades Council and Affiliated Construction Trades say lawmakers should consider reinstating the prevailing wage law in light of a new study.

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04/04/2019
Fair Contracting Update - March 4, 2019

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"Workers in the construction industry are particularly vulnerable to wage theft from dishonest contractors who cheat their workers," said AG Healey. "As Massachusetts undergoes a historic construction boom, my office will continue to fight for exploited workers and ensure they are paid the wages the...

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03/20/2019
Fair Contracting Update - March 4, 2019

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"Workers in the construction industry are particularly vulnerable to wage theft from dishonest contractors who cheat their workers," said AG Healey. "As Massachusetts undergoes a historic construction boom, my office will continue to fight for exploited workers and ensure they are paid the wages the...

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03/12/2019
Fair Contracting Update - March 4, 2019

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"Workers in the construction industry are particularly vulnerable to wage theft from dishonest contractors who cheat their workers," said AG Healey. "As Massachusetts undergoes a historic construction boom, my office will continue to fight for exploited workers and ensure they are paid the wages the...

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03/07/2019
Fair Contracting Update - March 4, 2019

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"Workers in the construction industry are particularly vulnerable to wage theft from dishonest contractors who cheat their workers," said AG Healey. "As Massachusetts undergoes a historic construction boom, my office will continue to fight for exploited workers and ensure they are paid the wages the...

Fair Contracting Update - March 4, 2019
03/04/2019
Fair Contracting Update - March 4, 2019

Fair Contracting Update - March 4, 2019

"Workers in the construction industry are particularly vulnerable to wage theft from dishonest contractors who cheat their workers," said AG Healey. "As Massachusetts undergoes a historic construction boom, my office will continue to fight for exploited workers and ensure they are paid the wages the...

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02/04/2019
Fair Contracting Update - January 25, 2019

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Housing builders' reservoir of low-wage, less-skilled labor is not refilling itself. Background regulations that promote labor-management cooperation around the vital elements of skilled construction workforce development can play a vital role in restoring California residential building to the prod...

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WHO IS NAFC? NAFC is a labor-management alliance of fair contracting organizations, contractors, and labor unions committed to promoting fairness in public contracting across the nation. NAFC’s Board of Directors includes representatives from its member fair contracting organizations, contractor organizations, and labor unions. NAFC’s Board of Directors:

Rocco Davis, Chairman – LIUNA

Paul Von Berg, Co-Chairman – Southern California Contractors Association

Sean McGarvey, Treasurer – President, North America’s Building Trades Unions


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