Partners Discuss Final Rule Requiring Federal Contractors that use Persuaders to Publicly Identify Themselves on the LM-10 Form
In an interview with SHRM, Cheryl Behymer and Steven Bernstein share their insights on the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) final rule that requires federal contractors that use persuaders to publicly identify themselves by checking a new box on the LM-10 form. Steve explains that there are two new lines on the form to enter contractors' unique entity identifier and federal contracting agency or agencies, but "in all other respects, the form remains unchanged.” And Cheryl notes that the rule adds another certification checkpoint to assist the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs in identifying federal contractors.
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