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(b) Listing of employment openings with the employment service system pursuant to this clause shall be made at least concurrently with the use of any other recruitment service or effort and shall involve the normal obligations which attach to the placing of a bona fide job order, including the acceptance of referrals of veterans and non-veterans. Listing of employment openings does not require the hiring of any particular job applicant or from any particular group of job applicants referred by the employment service system. Nothing contained herein is intended to relieve the Contractor from any requirements in any Executive Order or regulation regarding nondiscrimination in employment.
(c) (1) Reports required shall include, but not be limited to, periodic reports which shall be filed at least quarterly with the appropriate local State employment service office or, where the Contractor has more than one establishment in a State, with the central office of that State employment service. Such reports shall indicate for each establishment (i) the number of individuals who were hired during the reporting period, (ii) the number of those hired who were disabled veterans, and (iii) the number of those hired who were non-disabled veterans of the Vietnam era. The Contractor shall maintain copies of the reports submitted until the expiration of one year after final payment under the contract, during which time they shall be made available, upon request, for examination by any authorized epresentatives of the Contracting Officer or the Secretary of Labor.
(2) Whenever the Contractor becomes contractually bound to the listing provisions of this clause, he shall advise the employment service system in each state wherein he has establishments, of the name and location of each such establishment in the State. As long as the Contractor is contractually bound to these provisions and has so advised the State employment service system, there is no need to advise the State system of subsequent contracts. The Contractor may advise the State system when he is no longer bound by this contract clause.
(3) If the contract is with a State or local government, the procedures set forth in subparagraphs (1) and (2) of this paragraph (c) are not required.
(d) This clause does not apply to the listing of employment openings which occur and are filled outside the 50 States, the District of Columbia, Guam, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands.
(e) This clause does not apply to openings which the Contractor proposes to fill from within his own organization or to fill pursuant to a customary and traditional employer-union hiring arrangement. This exclusion does not apply to a particular opening once an employer decides to consider applicants outside of his own organization or employer-union arrangements for that opening. (f) As used in this clause:
(1) “All suitable employment openings" includes, but is not limited to, openings which occur in the following job categories: production and nonproduction; plant and office; laborers and mechanics; supervisory and nonsupervisory; technical; and executive, administrative, and professional openings which are compensated on a basis of less than $18,000 per year. This term includes full-time employment, temporary employment of more than three (3) days' duration, and part-time employment.
(2) "Appropriate office of the State employment service system" means the local office of the Federal-State national system of public employment offices with assigned responsibility for serving the area of the establishment where the employment opening is to be filled, including the District of Columbia, Guam, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands.
(3) "Openings which the Contractor proposes to fill from within his own organization" means employment openings for which no consideration will be given to persons outside the Contractor's organization (including any affiliates, subsidiaries, and the parent companies), and includes any openings which the Contractor proposes to fill from regularly established "recall" and “rehire" lists.
(4) “Openings which the Contractor proposes to fill from within his own organization or to fill pursuant to a customary and traditional employer-union hiring arrangement" means employment openings for which no consideration will be given to persons outside of a special hiring arrangement, including openings which the Contractor proposes to fill from union hiring halls, which is part of the customary and traditional employment relationship existing between the Contractor and representatives of his employees.
(5) “Disabled veteran" means a person entitled to disability compensation under laws administered by the Veterans Administration for disability rated at thirty percent (30%) or more, or
a person whose discharge or release from active duty was for a disability incurred or aggravated in line of duty.
(6) “Veteran of the Vietnam era" means a person who was discharged or released within the 48 months preceding his application for employment covered under this part and who (i) served on active duty for a period of more than 180 days, any part of which occurred after August 5, 1964, and was discharged or released therefrom with other than a dishonorable discharge, or (ii) was discharged or released from active duty for service-connected disability if any part of such duty was performed after August 5, 1964.
(g) The Contractor agrees to place this clause (excluding this paragraph (g)) in any subcontract directly under this contract provided, such subcontract is for $10,000 or more (Subcontracts for personal services are exempted from this requirement.)
(h) Failure of the Contractor to comply with the requirements of this clause may result in termination for default of the contract concerned.
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7–103.28 Employment of the Handicapped. In accordance with 12–1302(a), insert the following clause:
EMPLOYMENT OF THE HANDICAPPED (1975 OCT) (This clause applies to all nonexempt contracts and subcontracts which exceed $2,500 as follows: (i) Part A applies 10 contracts and subcontracts which provide for performance in less than ninety (90) days, (ii) Parts A and B apply to contracts and subcontracts which provide for performance in ninety (90) days or more and the amount of the contract or subcontract is less than $500,000, and (iii) Parts A, B, and C apply to contracts and subcontracts which provide for performance in ninety (90) days or more and the amount of the contract or subcontract is $500,000 or more.)
PART A (a) The Contractor will not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of physical or mental handicap in regard to any position for which the employee or applicant for employment is qualified. The Contractor agrees to take affirmative action to employ, advance in employment and otherwise treat qualified handicapped individuals without discrimination based upon their physical or mental handicap in all employment practices such as the following: employment, upgrading, demotion or transfer, recruitment or recruitment advertising, layoff or termination, rates of pay or other forms of compensation, and selection for training, including apprenticeship.
(b) The Contractor agrees that, if a handicapped individual files a complaint with the Contractor that he is not complying with the requirements of the Act, he will (i) investigate the complaint and take appropriate action consistent with the requirements of 20 CFR 741.29 and (ii) maintain op file for three years, the record regarding the complaint and the actions taken.
(c) The Contractor agrees that, if a handicapped individual files a complaint with the Department of Labor that he has not complied with the requirements of the Act, (i) he will cooperate with the Department in its investigation of the complaint, and (ii) he will provide all pertinent information regarding his employment practices with respect to the handicapped.
(d) The Contractor agrees to comply with the rules and regulations of the Secretary of Labor in 29 CFR Ch. VI, Part 741.
(e) In the event of the Contractor's noncompliance with the requirements of this clause, the contract may be terminated or suspended in whole or in part.
(f) This clause shall be included in all subcontracts over $2,500.
PART B (8) The Contractor agrees (i) to establish an affirmative action program, including appropriate procedures consistent with the guidelines and the rules of the Secretary of Labor, which will pro vide the affirmative action regarding the employment and advancement of the handicapped required by Public Law 93-112, (ii) to publish the program in his employee's or personnel handbook or otherwise distribute a copy to all personnel, (iii) to review his program on or before
March 31 of each year and to make such changes as may be appropriate, and (iv) to designate one of his principal officials to be responsible for the establishment and operation of the program.
(h) The Contractor agrees to permit the examination, by appropriate contracting agency officials or the Assistant Secretary of Labor for Employment Standards (hereinafter referred to as the “Assistant Secretary") or his designee, of pertinent books, documents, papers and records concerning his employment and advancement of the handicapped.
(i) The Contractor agrees to post in conspicuous places, available to employees and applicants for employment, notices in a form to be prescribed by the Assistant Secretary, provided by the Contracting Officer, stating the Contractor's obligation under the law to take affirmative action to employ and advance in employment qualified handicapped employees and applicants for employment and the rights and remedies available.
(j) The Contractor will notify each labor union or representative or workers with whom he has a collective bargaining agreement or other contract understanding, that the Contractor is boundby the terms of Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act, and is committed to take affirmative action to employ and advance in employment physically and mentally handicapped individuals.
PARTC (k) The Contractor agrees to submit a copy of his affirmative action program to the Assistant Secretary within ninety (90) days after the award to him of a contract or subcontract.
(1) The Contractor agrees to submit a summary report to the Assistant Secretary by March 31 of each year during performance of the contract, and by March 31 of the year following completion of the contract, in the form prescribed by the Assistant Secretary, covering employment and complaint experience, accommodations made, and all steps taken to effectuate and carry out the commitments set forth in the affirmative action program.
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7–103.29 Clean Air and Water. In accordance with 1-2302.2, insert the following clause.
CLEAN AIR AND WATER (1975 OCT)
(Applicable only if the contract exceeds $100,000, or the Contracting Officer has determined that orders under an indefinite quantity contract in any one year will exceed $100,000, or a facility to be used has been the subject of a conviction under the Clean Air Act (42 U.S.C. 1857c-8(c) (1)) or the Federal Water Pollution Control Act (33 U.S.C. 1319(c)) and is listed by EPA, or the contract is not otherwise exempt.) (a) The Contractor agrees as follows:
(i) to comply with all the requirements of section 114 of the Clean Air Act, as amended
(42 U.S.C. 1857, et seq., as amended by Public Law 91-604) and section 308 of the Federal Water Pollution Control Act (33 U.S.C. 1251, as amended by Public Law 92-500), respectively, relating to inspection, monitoring, entry, reports, and information, as well as other requirements specified in section 114 and section 308 of the Air Act and the Water Act, respectively, and all regulations and guidelines issued
thereunder before the award of this contract; (ii) that no portion of the work required by this prime contract will be performed in a
facility listed on the Environmental Protection Agency List of Violating Facilities on the date this contract was awarded unless and until the EPA eliminates the name of
such facility or facilities from such listing; (iii) to use his best efforts to comply with clean air standards and clean water standards at
the facilities in which the contract is being performed; and
including this paragraph (iv).
(1) The term “Air Acr” means the Clean Air Act, as amended (42 U.S.C. 1857 et seq., as amended by Public Law 91-604). : (2) The term “Water Act" means Federal Water Pollution Control Act, as amended (33 U.S.C. 1251 et seq., as amended by Public Law 92-500).
(3) The term “clean air standards" means any enforceable rules, regulations, guidelines, standards, limitations, orders, controls, prohibitions, or other requirements which are contained in, is sued under, or otherwise adopted pursuant to the Air Act or Executive Order 11738, an applicable implementation plan as described in section 110(d) of the Clean Air Act (42 U.S.C. 1857c-5(d)). an approved implementation procedure or plan under section 111(c) or section nu(d), respectively, of the Air Act (42 U.S.C. 1857c-6(c) or (d)), or an approved implementation procedure under section 112(d) of the Air Act (42 U.S.C. 1857c-7(d)).
(4) The term “clean water standards" means any enforceable limitation, control, condition, prohibition, standard or other requirement which is promulgated pursuant to the Water Act or contained in a permit issued to a discharger by the Environmental Protection Agency or by a State under an approved program, as authorized by section 402 of the Water Act (33 U.S.C. 1342), or by a local government to ensure compliance with pretreatment regulations as required by section 307 of the Water Act (33 U.S.C. 1317).
(5) The term “compliance" means compliance with clean air or water standards. Compliance shall also mean compliance with a schedule or plan ordered or approved by a court of competent jurisdiction, the Environmental Protection Agency or an air or water pollution control agency in accordance with the requirement of the Air Act or Water Act and regulations issued pursuant
(6) The term "facility" means any building, plant, installation, structure, mine, vessel or other floating craft, location, or site of operations, owned, leased, or supervised by a contractor, subcontractor, to be utilized in the performance of a contract or subcontract. Where a location or site of operations contains or includes more than one building, plant, installation, or structure, the entire location or site shall be deemed to be a facility except where the Director, Office of Federal Activities, Environmental Protection Agency, determines that independent facilities are colocated in one geographical area.
(7) The term “nonexempi contract or subcontract" means a contract or subcontract of more than $100,000 which is not otherwise exempted pursuant to the EPA regulations implementing the Air Act and Water Act (40 CFR 15.5), as further implemented in ASPR 1-2302.4 or in FPR 1-1.2302-4 (whichever is applicable) and the procedures of the Department awarding the contract.
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7-104 Clauses To Be Used When Applicable.
7-104.1 Clauses for Fixed Price Supply Contracts Involving Construction Work.
(a) In accordance with 12–106 and 18–703, insert the clauses in 7-602.23.
(b) In accordance with 7-602.20 and 7-602.24, insert the clauses set forth therein in addition to the clause in 7-104.3.
7-104.2 Workmen's Compensation and War Hazard Insurance Overseas. (a) In accordance with 10-403(a), insert the following clause.
WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION INSURANCE (DEFENSE BASE ACT) (1960 JAN)
The Contractor before commencing performance under this contract shall provide and thereafter maintain such Workmen's Compensation Insurance or security as is required by the Defense Base Act, as amended (42 U.S.C. 1651). The Contractor further agrees to insert in all subcontracts hereunder to which the Defense Base Act is applicable, a clause similar to this clause, including this sentence, imposing on all such subcontractors a like requirement to comply with the Defense Base Act.
(End of clause)
(b) If a contract would otherwise be subject to 10_403(a) but 10-403(d) applies to some or all of the contractor's employees by reason of waiver by the Secretary of Labor, the provisions of 10–502(b) and (c) apply; and the following clause shall be included in the contract (see also 10-403(e)).
WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION AND WAR HAZARD INSURANCE OVERSEAS (1968 JUL)
(a) This clause applies if the Contractor employs any person who, but for a waiver granted by the Secretary of Labor, would be subject to Workmen's Compensation Insurance under the Defense Base Act (42 U.S.C. 1651). On behalf of such waived employees, the Contractor, before commencing performance under this contract shall provide, and thereafter maintain, at least such Workmen's Compensation Insurance or the equivalent as may be required by the laws of the country of which such waived employees are nationals. The Contractor further agrees to insert in all subcontracts hereunder to which the Defense Base Act would be applicable but for the waiver, a clause similar to this paragraph (a), including this sentence, imposing on all such subcontractors a like requirement to provide such Workmen's Compensation Insurance coverage.
(b) This paragraph applies if the Contractor or any of his subcontractors employs any person who, but for a waiver granted by the Secretary of Labor, would be subject to the War Hazards Compensation Act, as amended (42 U.S.C. 1701 et seq). On behalf of such waived employees the Contractor shall subject to reimbursement as elsewhere herein provided, afford protection the