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www.agc.orgJune 23, 2009
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AGC Submits Recovery Act Comments to Office of Management and Budget
Vice President Biden Visits AGC Member Company Clarkson Construction
Atlanta Business Chronicle Cites AGC Analysis
DOL Issues Guidance on Davis-Bacon Requirements for Stimulus-Funded Projects
House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Releases Highway Bill Draft, Lacks Method for Funding
Senate Begins Health Care Debate, Progress Slow
AGC-Supported Legislation for Green Job Training Would Ensure Funding Available to All Contractors
AGC Presses California for Relief from Potentially Nationwide Rule on Off-Road Diesel Emissions
Senate EPW Committee Approves Expansion of Clean Water Act Jurisdiction
Finding the Green in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act
AGC of Minnesota Recognized as Community Partner of the Year
AGC Chapter Launches Stimulus Awareness Campaign
AGC and ABA Construction Forum Sign Partnering Agreement to Promote A Better Construction Industry
AGC Briefs D.C. Water Authority
Building Contractors Conference a Great Success
Learn More About BIM & Federal Subcontracting
Partnering: Changing Attitudes in Construction
AGC Submits Recovery Act Comments to Office of Management and Budget

On June 22, AGC submitted to the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) written comments for consideration in the interim final regulation on federally-assisted projects. These projects would include building, highway and municipal and utility projects funded by the stimulus.  Read AGC’s comments here.

OMB issued guidance on April 23 establishing government-wide guidance and standard award terms for agencies to include in financial assistance awards (namely, grants, cooperative agreements and loans) as part of their implementation of the Recovery Act. AGC is currently reviewing new guidance issued by OMB on June 22 to determine any significant changes to the April 23 guidance and its impact on the construction industry.

For more information, contact Marco Giamberardino at (703) 837-5325 or Return to Top

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