Posts tagged Blacklisting

    Labor-Related Amendments to the NDAA

    July 13, 2022 // House Democrats have offered three amendments to the annual National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) that would impose blacklisting on federal contractors and penalize defense contractors that are not unionized. The NDAA is annual legislation produced by the House and Senate armed services committees that sets the policies for the federal defense agencies.

    Associated Builders and Contractors addresses Sen. Sanders Budget Committee Hearing and Misleading Allegations

    May 8, 2022 // The CRA states that, once an agency rule is disapproved by Congress, such a rule may not be issued in “substantially the same form,” unless it is expressly authorized by a subsequent law. A regulatory action pushing for a new Blacklisting Rule, even if narrowly tailored to firms that have been accused of violating the NLRA––as referenced in the chairman’s letter––would most certainly run afoul of the CRA and be subjected to litigation and create additional uncertainty for federal contractors.