Application of Labor Laws to Government Acquisitions
SUBPART 5322.1 — BASIC LABOR POLICIES
Contracting officers must involve the Regional Labor Advisors in all labor relation actions outlined in FAR Part 22, as required. AFI 64-106, Air Force Industrial Labor Relations Activities, identifies the Regional Labor Advisors and their assigned geographical areas.
(e) See MP5301.601(a)(i) regarding authority to designate contracts requiring contractors to report actual or potential labor disputes to the contracting activity in addition to the following:
(i) Construction contracts in excess of the simplified acquisition threshold (SAT);
(ii) Service contracts in excess of the SAT; and,
(iii) Any contract that contains the clause at FAR 52.222-1, Notice to the Government of Labor Disputes, (e.g., mission critical services).
5322.101-3-70 Impact of Labor Disputes on Defense Programs
(b)(ii) See MP5301.601(a)(i).
(a) The contracting officer is designated the agency approving official, without power of redelegation.
SUBPART 5322.3 — CONTRACT WORK HOURS AND SAFETY STANDARDS STATUTE
5322.302 Liquidated Damages and Overtime Pay
(c) The Regional Labor Advisors are the agency officials responsible for acting on appeals in accordance with DFARS 222.302(2). The Chief Air Force Labor Advisor (SAF/AQCA) and the Regional Labor Advisors are authorized to take the actions in accordance with FAR 22.302(c).
SUBPART 5322.4 —LABOR STANDARDS FOR CONTRACTS INVOLVING CONSTRUCTION
5322.406-13 Semi-annual Enforcement Reports
SUBPART 5322.8—EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
(a)(8) See MP5301.601(a)(i).
SUBPART 5322.18—EMPLOYMENT ELIGIBILITY VERIFICATION
(d) See MP5301.601(a)(i).