Mitch.Stein at state.tn.us
Tue Feb 3 12:18:53 EST 2009
The requirement to implement e-verify has been delayed until May 21. It is possible the Obama administration may suspend that entirely since that was mandated by an order of President Bush. If implemented, it will require that beginning on May 21 all federal contracts have a clause that requires the contractor and any subcontractors to agree to use e-verify on any existing employees who work on the federal contract plus all new employees (regardless of whether they work on federal contracts). However, for state and local governments the clause requiring all new employees be screened through e-verify is waived and only new hires working on federal contracts will need to be screened via e-verify. See the FAQ in the attached link and particularly the section near the bottom on exemptions:
Mitchell Stein, PhD
Human Resources Research Psychologist
TN Dept. of Human Resources
>>> "Bryan Baldwin" <Bryan.Baldwin at doj.ca.gov> 2/3/09 11:03 AM >>>
Is anyone using E-Verify yet? Have any guidance on how it applies to the public sector?
Staff Services Manager
California Department of Justice
Division of Administrative Support
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