AGC successfully blocked the inclusion of blacklisting and local hire mandates, unworkable one-size-fits-all environmental requirements, and significant liability risks for federal contractors in the annual defense bill that’s likely to become law.
Based on analysis of the USACE-AGC Joint Study on Construction Contract Modifications published last year, USACE publishes its first-ever Contract Changes Playbook for firm fixed-price contracts to provide best practices and drive accountability for timely resolution of change orders.
The FAR Council’s new proposed rule creates two new categories for federal contractors – significant contractors and major contractors – which trigger significant reporting requirements related to greenhouse gas emissions.
The partnering playbook provides several examples and draft templates on a host of issues relevant to AGC members, including partnering across the project delivery life cycle, considerations for planning and implementing pre-award partnering, considerations for post-award partnering, and more.
On October 18, AGC of America formally weighed in against the Biden Administration’s government-mandated project labor agreement proposed rule, amplified by more than 8,500 communications from AGC members against the proposal.