The Impact of the Davis-Bacon Act on the Department of Defense Construction Procurement Process.
AIR FORCE INST OF TECH WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING
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The research focused on an evaluation of the impact of the Davis-Bacon Act on one construction project currently in effect at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. Research was focused upon the specific DOD contract chosen for this study. Interviews were conducted with base procurement and contractor personnel. Additionally, a thorough review of the wages actually paid on the project was made and a brief wage survey of the local area conducted. The interviews, the wage review, and the survey indicated that over the entire period of contract performance, increased administrative and direct labor costs to the contractor would total about 1.55 percent of the total contract price of slightly over 12 million. DOD Davis-Bacon administrative costs were estimated to total 0.0145 percent of the total price. Modified author abstract
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