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Resources & Education for Government Contractors

 We've compiled a wide variety of resources into one convenient resource. From newsletters and toolkits to educational opportunities, every HR professional working for a government contractor will want to keep these resources at their fingertips.

Government Resources

USCIS E-Verify Home Page
USDOL Wage & Hour Compliance Assistance: Government Contracts
USDOL Wage Determinations Online
USDOL Posting Requirements: Posters of Special Interest to Federal Contractors
VETS-4212 Federal Contractor Reporting

SHRM Toolkits

Managing Federal Contractor Affirmative Action Programs
Complying with the Service Contract Act

News Sources

Government Executive
National Association of Government Contractors
E-Verify Employer Resources
Washington Technology

Law and Accounting Firm Blogs and Articles

Government Contracting Updates
JD Supra (multiple firms)

Government Contracts
Law 360 (multiple firms)

The Federal Government Contracts & Procurement Blog
Fox Rothschild

Government Contracts Insights
Morrison Foerster

Weekly Update for Government Contractors and Commercial Businesses
Piliero Mazza

Government Contract Compliance & Regulatory Update

Government Contracts and Investigations Blog
Sheppard Mullin

SHRM Store

eLearning course: Employment Eligibility: A Practical Guide to I-9 and E-Verify

The inclusion of these links is not to be construed as SHRM endorsement of these products/vendors.

Federal Publications Seminars
GovWin from Deltek
HR Training Center
National Association of Government Contractors
Public Contracting Institute
Thompson Government Contracting
USDOL Wage & Hour Prevailing Wage Conferences & Seminars

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